We’re not against the police.  We’re not against the police department, but we are against police who commit misconduct (and those who help cover it up).

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Just a little note to say that while the LAPD doesn’t have enough officers to handle radio calls on patrol, their specialized units have a lot of time on their hands—and their brothers and sisters on patrol aren’t pleased.

Seems that LAPD’s Recruitment and Employment Division learned how to do the nae nae while on duty and decided to post a video online showcasing their skills.

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That’s cute and shows the human side of policing. I like a good nae nae session as well as the next person.  However, their co-workers slugging it out in the mean streets of Los Angeles could care less, especially at a time when they don’t have enough officers to handle all of the calls coming in.

Their captain, who I believe is on drop and about to retire come June, is also in the video but out of uniform.

LAPD can’t even fill their patrol basic cars and people are getting killed in the streets of Los Angeles on a daily basis but the Recruitment and Employment Division has time to choreograph and post a dance video—that they mysteriously took down right before I posted this.

Here’s a novel idea. Perhaps some of those officers can nae nae their way into a patrol car and help their colleagues out with all of the radio calls for help coming in since they have so much free time on their hands.

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