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Requests for Tampa Officers to Work Beyonce Concert Unfilled

Beyonce has taken a lot of heat for her new song "Formation," which critics claim has an anti-cop message. Some Tampa, FL, police officers might agree, if the request to work her upcoming Tampa concert is any indication. No one has agreed to do it. More Here.

February 18, 2016

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Serene @ 2/20/2016 8:15 PM

Tough. If no one signs up , the PD have said they will still staff it because they have an obligation to do it..seriously?? Most cops sign up for outside jobs because they pay nicely, obviously no amount of money can convince them to guard at a concert for someone who openly disdained them and glorified a group who is / was as racist as they come. How they can "make" the officers work the concert is beyond me , but doesn't sound ethical. I really hope no cops in any state she is scheduled to play , signs up for security detail.

Chicago Cop @ 2/26/2016 9:05 AM

One BLM activist said that Police Officers can go home and change their uniforms but Beyoncé can't change the color of her shin.

My reply to that is that she can go home and change her attitude.

Sheriffs Explorer Sgt. @ 3/27/2016 9:17 PM

I can tell you right now that nothing could ever get me staff her concert.She a hypocrite. She wants the Police to guard her and then she mocks and belittles them. When I watched her video, I was like , this is outrageous. She's another activist to keep an eye on.

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