I am an Ultra-Conservative, Alpha-Male, True Authentic Leader, Type "C" Personality, who is very active in my community; whether it is donating time, clothes or money for Project Concern or going to Common Council meetings and voicing my opinions. As a blogger, I intend to provide a different viewpoint "The way I see it!" on various world, national and local issues with a few helpful tips & tidbits sprinkled in.
The New Ford Police Interceptor Car Is an Intimidating Animal
From Cudahy Chief of Police Thomas D. Poellot
I just wanted to thank everyone who came to the parade, who participated in the parade, those that volunteered to work the events in the park, those that went to the events in the park, to those that worked hard putting it all together, the fire department for being on hand in case of an emergency and the police for keeping the events orderly and safe.
At approximately 03:00 pm on Monday, there was a roll over hit and run at the corners of Plankinton and Kirkwood. Two people fled the scene with CPD looking for them. A local resident and his granddaughter who were in the vehicle that was hit and flipped over, only had minor injuries, and refused conveyance. This is an open investigation by the Cudahy Police Department.
Good morning National Night Out friends!
I have to say, if you have not done the Citizens Police Academy you really need to. My wife and I both did it and we both walked away with a better understanding of things and a deeper appreciation for all the Cudahy Police do and are up against every day.
One of the processes of running for election is seeking endorsements. Some people will grant them and sometimes they say no.
I would like to thank each and every one of the Cudahy Police Department Officers for the honor of your union’s endorsement. When I receive the official Endorsement letter, I will post it up for everyone to see.
We as a community have issues in Cudahy and we need to face them before they will get better. The Cudahy Police need all of the residents of Cudahy to help them.
I would like to see the Elected Officials of Cudahy get serious about the real things plaguing our City.
So a few weeks ago I was driving on I-94 Westbound and to my left was a Milwaukee County Sheriff SUV.
The 2012 Cudahy Police Department Citizens Police Academy begins on Thursday, March 29th at 6pm at the Cudahy Police Department, 5050 S. Lake Drive. The class will be held from 6pm-9pm on subsequent Thursdays and will cover a wide variety of topics, including firearms training, evidence collection, Drunk Driving laws, Use of Force, Domestic Violence, and much more. Following the academy, a banquet will be held.
You might remember Supervisor Patricia Jursik’s Equal time and Fair Reporting where she is upset at the fact that I, a blogger, didn’t give both sides. What is it with people that they clearly don’t know what a blog is?
Let’s take a look at Mrs. Jursik's response to Sheriff Clark. Titled - Get off your high horse and help
Located at the Cudahy Family Library parking lot.
A tad bit of time ago, I received an invitation to a friend of mine, who is a Cudahy Police Officer, retirement party. I was so looking forward to going. So I wrote on the family calendar July 30th.
While talking to one of my neighbors about the rash of graffiti we have been seeing in the third district (mostly in the alleys) he made the comment of, “At least the taggers were considerate and only tagged public city things like stop signs, recycle/garbage cans, telephone/electric poles and not our fences or garages!”