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Parkland school resource officer pension: $8,702/month

Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by M1911, May 16, 2018.

  1. M1911

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    Spend 20 years in the Marines running towards gunfire = $2,500 a month pension. (not me, just hypothetically speaking)

    Spend however many years in Boward County Sheriffs Department and only one day have the occasion to run away from gunfire = $8,702 a month pension.

    Something ain't right. :(
     
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  3. Horrible

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    Not a bad haul. If they allowed educators with CCW licenses to exercise their God-given and Constitutionally guaranteed and protected rights, that could have been money saved.

    But they would rather pass more meaningless lawrs that will guarantee that mass shootings will continue to happen in spades.
     
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  4. Mr.E

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    That's ridiculous and infuriating.
     
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    I wonder what the death benefit to his family would be if (ahem) something bad were to happen to him?
     
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    I want to hurl. How stupid are we thinking MA was home to hacks.
     
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    couldn't help but think of this 60's TV show
    'cept, this prick isn't innocent
     
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    Pffft. Every single Professor and State Police Officer that ever worked for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts has a bigger pension than this.
     
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    Pension, #1 reason to wake up in the morning! [wink]
     
  11. Prepper

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    It must be nice.... Get paid lots of money for a job that requires doing literally nothing. And the one time the job actually calls for you to do something, fail spectacularly at it. Then, get to retire from do nothing job early and be handsomely rewarded.

    I'm doing it wrong.
     
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  12. AntiHippie

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    I really thought he’d have a “was cleaning his gun and it went off” kind of thing by now.
     
  13. Boris

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    and this is the chief reason why in a SHTF, deputies will support .gov right or wrong.

    same deal with things in Russia. Cop is making 5x what a nurse makes, but cops have guns and will do whatever regime tells them (sorry bro, just following orders)
     
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    The Marines' union must not be as strong as the sheriff's union.

    /s
     
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    the chief reason for gun control is controlling lower levels of society. This is why you need gun control (because with enough money it's non-issue) You'll also need well compensated security force too.
     
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    Those very low levels nobody can control and those levels do not care about any rules and regulations. They focus on milking the system and system is pretending that they have control over the milking.

    Gun control is aimed at middle class. Stupid, gun free, middle class is the goal here.
     
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    Pig at the trough...

    [​IMG]
     
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    current middle class is not what it used to be, both parents working, paycheck away from bankruptcy.
     
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  19. robjax

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    so that's how much the tax payers there will have to pay to support a coward for the rest of his life. meanwhile 17 people lay dead for an eternity.

    I could see if he tried but he didn't even try.
     
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    If you're pension is 8k, how much was your regular pay? Holy hell, didn't know sheriffs, cops, security guards or whatever pulled down that much money..
     
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    Sure it will go down in the history books as a heroic tactical advance to the rear to throw of the shooter and kept the count down..
     
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    I think this pension is equal to his base pay plus the overtime he did in his last year in order to boost his pay that the pension is based on. Wow, all that overtime must have been rough... It is exhausting doing nothing.
     
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    There are MA State Police pulling in $240k. Its public info. Absolutely maddening.

    The coward in question should be stripped of his pension and prosecuted under those Princess Diana style laws... he failed as a cop, American, and a a man.
     
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    Exactly. My standards aren’t high; no cop is a soldier. I’d have understood if he advanced slowly, or pissed himself, or did ANY PART of the job of protecting students.

    But he didn’t do anything at all.
     
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    No duty to protect. Reminds me of the Hawke-Petit home invasion in CT. The police stood outside the house while the mother and daughters were sexually assaulted, murdered and set on fire.
     
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    In Ma. it is called a Bulger/Meehan kiss.
     
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    Ok, so this gives a rationale for cowardly behavior. Thought process: “Run to criminal, save children, err pension, children, pension, pension, children. I guess I’ll go with the pension!” Rat Bastard.
     
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    Especially in Florida. I figured the pay would be MUCH lower down there compared to up here.
     
  30. Mountain

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    Their pension pay often equals their last regular pay. Plus they will still rake in extra cash via detail assignments, especially in Mass where it seems like every orange barrel on the highway or side of road gets an officer to protect it.

    My BIL retired from the PD and is collecting that pension. He is now working for the sheriff department and I think after 10 years he can collect that pension too. He'll be in his lower 60's if he does the 10 years.
     

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