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Anonymous
1/12/2014 4:29:09 PM (115)
His name is Sgt. Rob Rohloff, he is with Mingo Valley Div


   





Mike Fulps
8/2/2013 12:25:49 PM (114)
Officer Rohlof badge #01453 wrote my wife a speeding ticket (using radar) this morning while on her way in to work at a remote location way out in Wagoner County. Apparently there was is no common sense used while evaluating the situation by the officer.
This is a road with no houses or access onto the road in the mile section he was using his radar and very little traffic on this road. My wife is a very responsible driver and was going faster than the posted limit as she was running late for work due to an issue with a child. I know to most cops that doesn't really matter as it's just a matter of quota and not necessarily to do the RIGHT thing. My real puzzlement is why a City of Tulsa cop is 4 miles outside of Tulsa County just cruising around with apparently no where to have to be.I guess being a cop is the perfect job to have to not have to be anywhere by any certain time other than when they are called to crime scene then they can go as fast as they want which they do anyway whether it involves a crime or not! Again no common sense was used under the circumstance. Does a City of Tulsa cop have jurisdiction that far out in Wagoner County? Don't get me wrong, I appreciate our law enforcment,heck, I have family in law enforcment! I'm not arguing the fact that my wife was speeding. I feel our law enforcment plays a vital role I just wish they would remember what that role is! It's not to stop good law abidding citizens on a road in the middle of nowhere and write speeding tickets just because they can! That's just rediculous! I really don't see how Officer Rohloff can feel any sense of pride handling things like this. But I'm sure as long as he gets that quota, He can help continue to grow that government machine that many people continue to rely on more and more! And people like my wife and I continue to pay for. I know I probably won't get a response but one would be appreciated...maybe from officer Rohlof?


   

email:  mfulps22@gmail.com




Anonymous
6/2/2013 6:05:56 AM (113)
I encountered a Tulsa Police Officer when he was called to a minor accident I was involved in.

While talking, and "shooting the breeze" I guess,
this officer used extensive profanity in his conversation (just about every word in the book)

I have owned a business for 10 years. If an employee acted with such lack of taste and professionalism, they would be gone, probably that day.

Moreover, it is difficult for me to envision any occupation where it is "ok" to use extensive profanity in conversation... They would not last one week.

One would think a police officer, of all people,
would have a higher lever of professionalism.


   





Anonymous
6/2/2013 6:04:42 AM (112)
I encountered a Tulsa Police Officer when he was called to a minor accident I was involved in.

While talking, and "shooting the breeze" I guess,
this officer used extensive profanity in his conversation (just about every word in the book)

I have owned a business for 10 years. If an employee acted with such lack of taste and professionalism, they would be gone, probably that day.

Moreover, it is difficult for me to envision any occupation where it is "ok" to use extensive profanity in conversation... They would not last one week.

One would think a police officer, of all people,
would have a higher lever of professionalism.


   





Anonymous
4/9/2013 9:35:29 AM (111)
I not gonna say my name but i think when a white cop see a black person they stop us for no reason i will say this u all are nigga haters dont mean we are black dont make us bad we humans just like yall stupid ass pricks


   





Matt
9/26/2012 7:20:46 PM (110)
THANKS TPD FOR YOUR SERVICE

From EMERSON ELEMENTARY AND THE TULSA COUNTY COURTHOUSE


   





Greatful
7/23/2012 8:08:44 PM (109)
I choose not to give my name for obvious reasons, but I just like many others in this town have mixed feelings when it comes to the police force in this town. However I just had an encounter with an Officer Lincoln from the RID division that handled the situation with extreme professionalism, and did'nt judge me by my past. I gave him the respect he deserved, and in return he showed me respect! Dont get me wrong he didnt go out of his way to do me a favor, he just did his job in a respectful manner. When I show up to court I will have my past problems straightened out, and will face the consequences like a man. So I know the chances of the Officer seeing this are slim, Thank you Officer Lincoln for the way you handled your job, and I can't help but think that if more officers handled themselves like you the people of Tulsa may start to change their views about our police force!


   





TPDD
7/11/2012 12:47:47 AM (108)
Mr. Adair, we do not decide what data the city reports. The data only reflects what the city publishes as a result of the consent decree. To remove you, we would have to scrub the data presented by the city not just for you, but for everyone who is retired, or discharged. And, frankly, scrubbing the data would violate an ethical standard that we hold in that we present only that data that the city itself publishes.




   





Harold D. Adair
7/2/2012 12:23:04 PM (107)
Please correct my racial status. You have me listed as a w/m and I am a native american indian. Also since I have been honorably retired since 4/2007 please remove me altogether from any of your postings.


   

email:  hadair@cityoftulsa.org




Jerk
12/5/2011 5:14:23 PM (106)
[Comment Removed by Admin - That was uncalled for]


   





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