None of this is allowed, yet it's happening at a prolific rate right now. Unit rules and department policies are only as good as the enforcement of such. When someone gets fed up with hearing loud music that they shouldn't have to, much like a real community, you should have the right to file a complaint with the authorities. And here they do, also. But as of recently, when someone files the complaint, the authorities have singled out the protestor among the music listening offenders. It creates hostile environments and adds another element to the building powder keg of explosive tensions. All for no good reason, I might add. If 75 people can hear the music, one officer can as well. I wish they would keep in mind what policies need to be enforced and protect the people that have to suffer at the hands of others who could care less about a community... either yours or ours.
by Rory Andes
The department's name includes the word "corrections". Try it...
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