Questions still being asked about person hired to investigate SBPD misconduct complaints

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Questions are still being asked after news came out, last week, that a former Indianapolis cop hired to investigate South Bend police misconduct complaints, was suspended seven times in seven years.

The South Bend Tribune says two of the suspensions Josh Reynolds faced had to do with rude and derogatory comments on social media, once in 2013 and again in 2015.

Another two times, he “failed to improve performance” and failed to respond to radio calls. South Bend City Clerk Dawn Jones hired Reynolds for the new position in May, and told the Tribune she “absolutely” still wants Reynolds for the job, even after learning of the suspensions.

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1 comment

Charles U Farley July 13, 2021 at 11:25 am

Crooked Dems hired a crooked cop to help them turn the SBPD into villains by way of blatantly fraudulent investigations, and people are shocked that the stoolie cop is crooked?


Anyone who is surprised by this hasn’t been paying attention to the corrupt Democrats for the last few decades.


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