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  • #91
    Originally posted by L.M. View Post

    Well, the cops have to make some kind of judgement call while at the scene regardless of procedure. I agree that some separation may be necessary, arrest, temporary detainment to cool him off, but not incarceration, prison jammies and shackles. Those are excessive measures in this "one-size fits all" protocol. There's room for improvement in that system.
    I side with the police on this. They are trying to keep the woman safe in a potential domestic abuse case.

    Their job is not easy and some people are making their job more difficult.

    On the continuous improvement side I think a lot of money should be spent on police training in many different scenarios. I do not know the exact protocols of this police department but from what I have seen people talk about when doing my research police spend less than 5% of their time every year on training and almost all of it is re-certification on various equipment use. I have seen very little examples of scenario training and human interaction training.

    A former Navy seal leader said he thinks it would be a good idea for police to spend 20% of their time training for human interaction. It was probably the best take I have herd on how police performance can improve. He admits we can not use the 100% exact same protocols used by Navy Seals but he said there are many lessons learned in training the best operators in the county that could be converted into public enforcement training.

    Right now it appears the decision makers are doing the least amount of training possible for police officers.
    Last edited by Hadez; 05-14-2022, 08:08 AM.
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    • #92
      Originally posted by broncolee View Post

      How did she blow it out of proportion? She never wanted him arrested in the first place. The police made that decision.

      She had every right to want her stuff back and to leave. He was preventing that.
      She called the police, which why all this is now a headline news story etc. The police are not relationship counselor's. She said she never felt threatened, she used the police to get her way. If thats not the case why is she now backpedaling?
      Calling the police is like pulling out a gun, it escalates everything, she called the cops to scare jeudy not because she was scared. Thats wrong period.
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      • #93
        Originally posted by listopencil View Post

        Legal and illegal does not equate to moral and amoral. And we are still innocent unless proven guilty in a court of law regardless of what we are charged with.
        2022 people still believe the this. Aside from many influences, access to good lawyers plays a huge role. Jeudy has the resources for good counsel which should help him.

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        • #94
          Broncos WR Jerry Jeudy released on personal recognizance bond
          The victim spoke during Jeudy's hearing saying she did not consider Jeudy a threat and hoped the charges would be dismissed. Harvey Steinberg represented Jeudy.

          Author: Mike Klis, Janet Oravetz (9News), Wilson Beese (9NEWS)
          Published: 2:25 PM MDT May 12, 2022
          Updated: 5:15 PM MDT May 13, 2022


          ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — Denver Broncos receiver Jerry Jeudy appeared in court Friday morning, where his attorney argued that there was a lack of evidence in the case.

          Jeudy was arrested Thursday and was in custody at the Arapahoe County Detention Center. During the hearing, he was granted a $1,500 personal recognizance bond and was released from custody later Friday.

          After his release, Jeudy made it the couple yards or so over to Broncos' headquarters and sat down with head coach Nathaniel Hackett.

          “I had an opportunity to talk with Jerry, and we’re going to move forward from this,'' Hackett said following the team's rookie minicamp practice. "We’re going to learn from it as a team. That’s what it’s all about. There’s adversity, and it’s how we respond from that adversity. So I think that’s so important. Things happen, and we just have to learn from them.”

          No plea was entered in the courtroom with Jeudy's next hearing set for May 31.

          "Sometimes bad things happen to good people,'' Jeudy's attorney Harvey Steinberg said as he addressed the media outside Judge Chantel Contiguglia 's courtroom after the hearing. "That's what this case is. I don't think he should have been arrested. I don't think he should have been incarcerated.''

          Arapahoe County Sheriff's Office deputies were dispatched around 10:15 a.m. Thursday after a woman called 911 for a "keep the peace " call, said Sheriff Tyler Brown.

          Jeudy was taken into custody without incident between 11:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. Thursday, and he was cooperative with deputies, Brown said.

          He was held on a misdemeanor charge of second-degree criminal tampering, with a domestic violence enhancer.

          Brown said the woman reported Jeudy locked her wallet, a car seat and their child's medical papers in his car and would not give her access. She told deputies she was trying to leave the home and wanted her property back, which he would not give her access to, according to Brown.

          The victim spoke in court Friday. She said she did not consider Jeudy a threat and reported there was no physical contact. She said she wanted the charges dismissed and only called police to have the situation monitored.

          Jeudy was not accused of committing any physical violence, and the domestic violence enhancer was added because he has an intimate relationship and shares a child with the woman who called 911, according to Brown. The 1-month-old child was present during the incident, he said.

          Asked about Jeudy withholding the baby's property, Steinberg said: "I'm not convinced it's the baby's property. He's the father of the child and I know from time to time you wanted to take your child somewhere and in order to do that you take the child's property with you, don't you?"

          The crime Jeudy was accused of is a low-level misdemeanor, according to Brown, but he said the sheriff's office treats all cases involving domestic violence seriously.

          A temporary protection order was put in place preventing all parties from making contact with each other, which Brown said was standard in domestic violence cases.

          However, in court Friday, the victim said she was not seeking a non-contact order, and the judge ruled she and Jeudy could have contact. The judge also gave Jeudy permission to travel.

          The Broncos released a short statement Thursday regarding the arrest.

          "We are aware of the matter involving Jerry Jeudy and are in the process of gathering more information,'' the statement said.

          Jeudy was the Broncos' first-round draft pick, No. 15 overall, in the 2020 NFL Draft. He had 52 catches for 856 yards and three touchdowns as a rookie. After an encouraging offseason, training camp and preseason last year, Jeudy suffered a high ankle sprain in the Broncos' season-opener at the New York Giants and was sidelined the next seven games. He returned for the final nine games and finished with 38 catches for 467 yards and zero touchdowns.

          source:https://www.9news.com/article/sports...b-0dc65f510690

          ^ It's not established exactly who owns what. I would guess that dad (who has collected $10.6 million from the Broncos to date) probably paid for the formula, the car seat, and everything else relating to his child, but we'll see what additional facts come out on May 31st.

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          • #95
            Originally posted by Fantaztic7 View Post

            Can’t take that risk in a domestic violence scenario. De-escalating and keeping him from making an even worse mistake was a gift to Jeudy.
            Arresting him is only short term. Long term it makes the situation worse.

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            • #96
              Originally posted by PA_Broncos_Fan View Post

              Arresting him is only short term. Long term it makes the situation worse.
              Consequences of not managing his business better. As for long term it depends on they handle themselves moving forward.

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              • #97
                Originally posted by Fantaztic7 View Post

                Consequences of not managing his business better. As for long term it depends on they handle themselves moving forward.
                He should take her to court get whatever custody he can get and cut off all communication with her going forward.
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                • #98
                  Originally posted by 58Miller View Post
                  She called the police, which why all this is now a headline news story etc. The police are not relationship counselor's. She said she never felt threatened, she used the police to get her way. If thats not the case why is she now backpedaling?
                  Calling the police is like pulling out a gun, it escalates everything, she called the cops to scare jeudy not because she was scared. Thats wrong period.
                  He admitted to behavior that constitutes a crime in Colorado. That’s what the police are for.
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                  • #99
                    Originally posted by Hadez View Post

                    Hard to find more true words on these forums.

                    SOO many examples of this yet still so many like to jump to judgement.

                    To me it speaks more about the poster than the subject they trying talk about. I think some people get triggered and start projecting their life experiences on the subject.
                    Too bad more people didn't read my post.

                    Originally posted by Fantaztic7

                    Don’t drag other highly controversial situations into the thread.
                    Interesting comment. You're correct, but part of the clean up from yesterday including you doing the same.



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                    • Originally posted by Peanut View Post

                      Too bad more people didn't read my post.



                      Interesting comment. You're correct, but part of the clean up from yesterday including you doing the same.



                      Thread cleaned again.
                      What part was highly controversial?

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                      • I think the cops overreacted as a former cop I would have just separated them for the night gave my card and called if they had problems the next day

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                        • Originally posted by $Broncos$ View Post
                          I think the cops overreacted as a former cop I would have just separated them for the night gave my card and called if they had problems the next day
                          Agreed I think they did too and in the end it will be nothing

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                          • Originally posted by $Broncos$ View Post
                            I think the cops overreacted as a former cop I would have just separated them for the night gave my card and called if they had problems the next day
                            Some states require that an arrest be made. Maybe the cops didn’t have that discretion.
                            My Opinion isn’t determined by what the Popular Opinion is. Sometimes I agree with the Majority, Sometimes I Don’t. If My Opinion is Different than Yours, I have to Ask One Question:
                            You Mad Bro?
                            Don’t Be A Mean Girl

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                            • Originally posted by $Broncos$ View Post
                              I think the cops overreacted as a former cop I would have just separated them for the night gave my card and called if they had problems the next day
                              Based on the statute the cops determined they had probable cause to make an arrest.

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                              • Originally posted by broncolee View Post

                                Some states require that an arrest be made. Maybe the cops didn’t have that discretion.
                                They had discretion however based on the statute determined there was enough probable cause to make an arrest.

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