Tuesday, December 13, 2011

Officer Coverage For Today.


Courtesy goes out to Kathy Fies of The Milton Police Department for providing the following information to our readers.

Today, Tuesday, December 13th, 2011, the 30,000 plus residents of Milton have three police officers protecting them and enforcing the laws on the books.

This shift runs from roughly 5am to 5pm.


Anonymous said...

hey jerk why dont you move already

Anonymous said...

Who's the "jerk"? Just as we guessed, it's post 9:32 AM. So many here are hoping the same for you and the family - bye!!

Anonymous said...

no wonder my mailbx keeps getting hit

Anonymous said...

Enloe's a jerk for making us aware that we are under protected. When something happens at your house, and you are not responded to because our officers are spread to thin, than maybe you will get it. No, actually, I don't think you would get it even then.

If you lived in Alpharetta and had an emergency and were not responded to quickly enough and something horrible happened because the police were busy helping Milton police respond, how would you feel as an Alpharetta citizen?

It's going to get to the point where eventually city council will wake up. Too bad the theives that hit Bailey's house didn't hit Thurman, Lockwood, Lusk or Hewitt, maybe then they'd feel it's important to have a strong police force. After all isn't public safety number one as a leader for our city?

Apparently not with the motley crew we have currently.

Anonymous said...

The three officers we do have, have nice butts!

Anonymous said...

This is important news. Quality.

Anonymous said...

If you want more police on the beat, let the city council know you are willing to pay more taxes for the service. You can't have it both ways with lower taxes but, more city paychecks.

Anonymous said...

Just think what the $250,000 price tag for the "historic house" could have been better used for. Maybe hire two more officers plus a well deserved bonus for the officers we now have.

Anonymous said...

250,000 at 40.000 per officer I'm no GT grad but thats bout 6.25 more police.....Tim can be the .25