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Police union weighs in on recent JSO incidents

Jacksonville, Fla. -- We're learning new information about the carjacking that turned into a police chase that landed one teen behind bars and an innocent woman in the hospital.

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doug1 - 1/5/2010 7:35 AM
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it seems like the jso needs to take driving safety classes. yes, jso must arrest criminals but not at being a risk to pubiic safety. dragster1

Marine - 8/12/2009 10:59 AM
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Another card carrying NACCP memeber. Pajic & Pajic will make a legal issue out of it. Sue the city again and then give out scholarships.

old dog v - 8/12/2009 8:03 AM
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Part of the problem..The low-profile light bars in use today are not as visable as the older ones, and the police cars are smaller. Add the increase in SUV traffic, and you have invisable police. The siren is now more important, but seems to be used less, and too many won't hear it due to windows closed, stereo too loud, cell phones, kids & video in the back. The officers should really lean on their siren, and the rest of us need to keep a window open a bit and be more aware of what's going on in the real world. when you are driving, DRIVE FIRST. All other activities come way after that.

lc5472 - 8/11/2009 7:46 PM
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I am so SICK of people picking on our police departmetn. This thug needed to get caught and if this woman had gotten out of the way it wouldnt have happened. Get a grip people!!!!!
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