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LRPD has suspended Sgt. Willie Davis for ten days because he, and the Black Police Officers Association, made a complaint about racist social media posts of a LRPD recruit instead of reporting it to a supervisor and he re-posted a image/meme of kneeling athletes on his personal Facebook page. 


If the BPOA had not written that letter and it had not been made public, LRPD would have swept the entire matter of the racist recruit under the carpet and we would have never known about it.
That recruit and another were fired over use of the term "nigga".

We were contacted several weeks ago by the girlfriend of one of the fired recruits, Brandon Gurley. She and Gurley provided us with copies of posts that other current recruits made that used the "n" word.  She advised us that she had mad a complaint to the Little Rock Police Department.

One recruit is Katina "Pug" Jones.

Another is Kreshun King.

How many other recruits had similar message on their social media accounts?
Here are their names, take a look for yourself, but we expect that their social media accounts have been scrubbed or deleted.

We sent a FOI request to LRPD about complaints made about recruits social media accounts.

This is what they sent. It was non-responsive to our request. We wanted copies of the actual complaints.

But in their response, they included information about Sgt. Davis.  According to Davis, LRPD never advised him that they were sending this information to us in response to and FOI request about the LRPD recruit class.  Notification is required under the Arkansas Freedom of Information Act.  But LRPD thinks that laws don't apply to them

Why were Katina "Pug" Jones and Kreshun King not fired like recruits Brandon Schiefelbein and Brandon Gurley were? There posts were of the the same nature of the ones that resulted in both Schiefelbein and Gurley termination.

The actions against Sgt. Davis were pure retaliation.  

Davis has been a long time critic of beleaguered LRPD Police Chief Kenton Tremar Buckner.

Take a look at the story the Arkansas Times posted on their blog today.

They also interviewed Sgt. Davis for another story about LRPD's uses of saturation patrols and unwarranted traffic stops and pointed out Sgt. Davis' criticism of Buckner.

It must be pointed out that Buckner tired to shut down the much lauded O.K. program that Sgt. Davis in involved with.

City leadership would not let that happen. They did not want Buckner to shut it down like he did the C.O.P. program.

Buckner has also been told the media that he does not see the need for the Black Police Officer Association as we have the Fraternal Order of The Police.

Buckner is a hypocrite in that he uses our tax dollars to maintain memberships and attend conferences for the  National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives ("NOBLE") and the National Forum for Black Public Administrators ("NFBPA").

This is an example of why the BPOA, and most of Little Rock's citizens,  have little trust or respect for the hypocritical, befouled police chief.

Buckner and other high ranking officers flaunt the departmental rules they use to punish officer like Sgt. Davis.

Buckner often hangs around a convicted felon and sexual offender, yet he took action against Officer Latrice Williams when she was seen talking to a former classmate that she did not know had been convicted of a felony.

Buckner appears to have taken no action against Officer Zeb Tyler who on his Facebook page accused the Mayor and City Manager of theft of public funds. 

Tyler also stated that the way to deal with Muslims is genocide.

He never responded to our emails about Tyler.

We understand that Sgt. Davis is appealing his disciplinary action to the Civil Service Commission.

That hearing will be packed with supporters of Sgt. Davis and we will there with  them.

#CleanOutLRCItyHall #TimeForChange.

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