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Ala. Officer Allegedly Fired Over Quotas

Former Auburn (Ala.) Police Officer Justin Hanners says he was fired for speaking out about the agency's enforcement quotas that required officers to make 100 contacts per month. Read the full story here.

July 26, 2013

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JD @ 7/31/2013 2:14 AM

Great job Justin. I hope you find employment soon.

Maybe you could run for Mayor. If elected, fire that moron of a chief and build a police department that the city deserves.

You are a very well spoken person. So I believe you have it in you to join the ranks of politicians.

Good luck.

Chief Thomas @ 7/31/2013 5:26 PM

Great job Justin, you stood for what was right even in the face of adversity, hang in their man. Also check out the CSPOA website, you will love it.

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