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California officer accused of sexually assaulting 6 women

(CNN) — A California police department is doing some soul searching after arresting one of its own on allegations of sexually assaulting half a dozen women.

While in uniform, a West Sacramento police officer assaulted at least six women since October 2011, police said Monday. The officer was fired, arrested and investigators are looking for other potential victims. Full Article

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As I read this story I am remember older news reports on similar abuses by police officers. I wonder if all of these offences were counted up and taken as a percentage of the patrolling police force, would it be higher than 1.9% or 1.3% ? Is it statistically more dangerous to be pulled over than to live within 2,000 feet of a RSO?

That’s a very good question, I’d be interested in that statistic myself.

And what is the statistical danger of living within 2000′ feet of a cop?

This is the BEST REPLY EVER on this site!

I personally am always worried about these volatile mentally disturbed individuals who feel completed (often they claim by God) to control others. I am sure that the majority of them were abused by their fathers (most likely cops as well) and so will there sons!

But the Police Man is your “friend.”

A teen driver is far more likely to get molested during a “routine” traffic stop than by some trench coat clad, shifty eyed sex offender. Yes, police commit around 700 reported sex crimes per year and countless unreported sex crimes. Check the National Police Misconduct Report for some eye opening facts. Of those police committed sex crimes, 57% are non consensual, 38 % are with minors. That means that law enforcement commits more sex crimes than teachers; fewer cops commit more crimes. About 800,000 cops vs 6.2 million teachers in the US. Police commit around 700 reported offenses vs 500 for teachers. I say we have a real danger in blue, to protect and serve? Those days are long gone, the new norm is a dirty cop. I

So police (800,000) versus RSOs (750,000 nationwide). Cops, by their own stats commit 700 sexual offences a year. RSO have 1.9% (I argue 1.3% but go with the 1.9%) recidivism rate, with an average of 20 years on the registry (thanks to states with lifetime), math implies that RSOs are responsible for 700 new offences a year. So cops are statistically as dangerous and RSOs, Or RSOs are a trust worthily as your friendly neighborhood police officer. The boogie man is now the Cops, start a registry, bar them from schools, parks, beaches, and my neighborhood. Just think how many crimes they get away with that are not caught! (Read with sarcasm)

Oh, and keep in mind, a cop’s sentence, if any, averages one third the time of anyone else convicted of the same crime. Where’s the love?

At least he didn’t plan on eating his victims like this NY cop! I’m not sure, is cooking and eating victims a registerable offense?

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