Wednesday, September 01, 2004


From yesterday's "Cop Shop" column in the Delaware County Daily Times:

Seven SEPTA Transit Police Officers who work at 69th Street Terminal have been commended for outstanding performance. Sgt. Edward Reynolds received a commendation for bravery. Sgt. Robert Wright and Officer Gary Macklin both received a pat on the back for perfect attendance. Officers Richard Buggy, Warren Bannister and James Davis all received merit commendations. And last but not least, Officer Francis George was commended for bravery and as officer of the second quarter.

The article doesn't indicate what the "rent-a-cops" did to earn these awards, but given how low the standards seem to be to become a "rent-a-cop" for SEPTA - at least compared to Philadelphia and other suburbs in Pennsylvania - it must not have been much.

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