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Jun 23, 2017

Police Department Has Not Lost Morals

Allen Whylie

The department has seen a number of officers being investigated for infractions committed while in uniform. ComPol Whylie, however, maintains that the actions of a few rogue cops do not reflect a breakdown in the morale of its officers.


Allen Whylie, Commissioner of Police

“There’s no reason to think that is deterioration of morale.  As I said, as individual officers we are taught to do the proper thing and free will allows people to do and make decisions and determinations of their own.  If they choose to do the wrong thing and they are caught then we definitely action that, but I don’t think that we can blame the department to say that that has created a drop in morale.  Every individual is responsible for their own actions; we all have the same authority under the law.”

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4 Responses for “Police Department Has Not Lost Morals”

  1. Ali Babarrow says:

    The police have not lost morals. To work for Ali Babarrow, you must not have any to begin with. We discipline those who have morals and weed them out. Otherwise they would work to eliminate GOB corruption, and corruption is what highly prize and joke about, the cleverness of thieves is much admired at UDP.

  2. Belizean pride says:

    lol too bad this blog has no emojis but really this man has no pride in his profession where morality has not existed since I can remember yrs ago.

  3. Trinton says:

    This must be the biggest joke. Police doing their best to be fair and honest is the clear exception. Police are corrupt, self serving and dishonest as a general rule. Even the blind can see them everywhere drinking in their undershirts then doning their uniform after. Everyone, everywhere knows someone who is a habitual criminal, thief, etc. who, when caught red handed are carried away only to return in a few short days. Why? Because they are family, or have the means to, let us say, encourage leniency. I could go on and on, but you get the point. There is a true problem. So please don’t take us for fools by expecting us to believe there is not.

  4. Sam says:

    What a JOKE! Who you trying to fool? The whole world knows you have the most corrupt police officers who accept money for murder for hire.

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