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Citizen Complaint Filed Against Detective Ben Suire August 1st, 2012

Citizen Complaint Filed Against Detective Ben Suire August 1st, 2012

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Citizen Complaint filed by Stephen Spring and Chris Alexander on behalf of Kencil D. Joseph on August 1st, 2012
“On behalf of our client, former Officer Kencil Joseph, please receive this complaint against Detective Ben Suire for an alleged violation of General Orders 201.1 General Conduct (Calea 26.1.1) which prohibits the use of social networks during working hours unrelated to employment or job performance ( See: subsections A, (6) (7)). Additionally, we believe there is a Lafayette Consolidated Government PPM which prevents the use of social media networks during employment hours. We have confirmed that today, Detective Ben Suire utilized Facebook while on what we believe was an LPD computer, during working hours. The use of the social network during his work hours we believe is confirmed since Ben Suire's schedule of work today was 8am to 4pm. Please see attached the Facebook exchange made at approximately 1pm today. At the very least, we would suggest the comments and use of the thin blue line logo suggest a total lack of sensitivity by Detective Suire.
Thank you for your prompt attention.
Stephen Spring & Chris Alexander
Attorneys for Kencil Joseph”
Citizen Complaint filed by Stephen Spring and Chris Alexander on behalf of Kencil D. Joseph on August 1st, 2012
“On behalf of our client, former Officer Kencil Joseph, please receive this complaint against Detective Ben Suire for an alleged violation of General Orders 201.1 General Conduct (Calea 26.1.1) which prohibits the use of social networks during working hours unrelated to employment or job performance ( See: subsections A, (6) (7)). Additionally, we believe there is a Lafayette Consolidated Government PPM which prevents the use of social media networks during employment hours. We have confirmed that today, Detective Ben Suire utilized Facebook while on what we believe was an LPD computer, during working hours. The use of the social network during his work hours we believe is confirmed since Ben Suire's schedule of work today was 8am to 4pm. Please see attached the Facebook exchange made at approximately 1pm today. At the very least, we would suggest the comments and use of the thin blue line logo suggest a total lack of sensitivity by Detective Suire.
Thank you for your prompt attention.
Stephen Spring & Chris Alexander
Attorneys for Kencil Joseph”

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