“F-ing [n-word], I hate them! Police officer Rose Valentino was furious and hit the handle of the squad car as the body camera rotated.
A Cincinnati police officer who also appeared on the 2011 TLC reality show was pulled off the streets of Ohio after an explosion using an n-word captured by her body camera.
“F-ing [n-word], I hate them! According to a post-investigation internal affairs report, police officer Rose Valentino, who hit the police car’s steering wheel on April 5, was furious. NBC news report.
Valentino was particularly frustrated when the lights and sirens were activated, as the crowd of cars lined up to pick up students from Western Hills University High School wasn’t moving.former Cynthinaty police woman The star was particularly angry when the black “boy passed by and gave Valentino the middle finger,” the report said.
Valentino told investigators, “This was a tough job and I’ve come to the point where I’m really affected,” she said for 14 years, according to a report from the Cincinnati Police Department of Interior. Said that. Valentino claimed she would seek treatment to relieve stress and she did not use racial slurs on a regular basis.
Cincinnati Mayor Aftab Pureval said in a statement: “Our law enforcement agencies represent the city as a whole, and it’s worth reassuring to know that Black Cincinnatians are treated with mutual respect.”
“Valentino officers claim that there was no racial prejudice that influenced their work,” the internal report said. “Valentino believes this was a spiritual episode.”
Despite her denial, Valentino was kicked out of the streets of Cincinnati and put on a mission behind the desk.
“We keep all employees, especially sworn police officers, at a high standard,” interim mayor John Carp said in a statement. “The video of Officer Rose Valentino’s body camera is worrisome. We hope that CPD will investigate this issue thoroughly and recommend disciplinary action in strict accordance with the city’s disciplinary procedure.”
Carp insisted that Valentino “wouldn’t go out into the streets of the city in uniform, badges, or firearms.”
The city’s NAACP chairman, Joe Mallory, also expressed concern about the physical fitness of the officers, saying that “to so induce such agitation, aggression and anger, it should not be so easily induced.” Stated.
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