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California Officers Sue, Claim Agency Retaliated After They Complained About Ticket Quotas


Six Whittier, Calif., police officers are suing the city, saying they faced retaliation when they complained and refused to meet alleged ticket and arrest quotas. More Here.

March 05, 2015
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CompSTAT @ 3/8/2015 4:40 PM

They must not be familiar with CompSTAT. Some of us out there have to meet the "requirements" on a weekly basis. I am not sure why the citizens are OK with CompSTAT.

TMF @ 3/17/2015 8:19 AM

Hmm let me see, make arrests, write citations and conduct patrol activities...isn't that their job?! They are suing because they're expected to do their job...really

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