A SIMPLE ANSWER!Posted on September 30th, 2012 4 comments
7. Candidate must consent to a polygraph examination prior to appointment to the Bureau.
The Lancaster City Police website on requirements to become a city police officer (click here).
There’s a simple answer as to whether the domestic violence allegations against Lancaster Police Chief Keith Sadler brought by his ex-wife are true. Give him a polygraph test!
You have to take one to become a Lancaster City Police Officer in the first place. And you’d be surprised how often the Lancaster Police use polygraph tests on criminal suspects. They do it all the time.
According to an internet search, a very frequently asked question on police candidate polygraph tests is:
During a domestic dispute, have you physically harmed a significant other?
And it obviously should be. It is simply unconscionable to have a Chief of Police who beat his ex-wife. Period. Give the Chief a polygraph test!
4 responses to “A SIMPLE ANSWER!”
I know this off topic but,
LET’S GO EAGLES!!!!!!!
Do you really think it’s off topic, FWIW? LOL! If they disappoint me again, my scream will be heard in China!
So you want someone to proove he is innocent? How does THAT work in your wacked out world? You sound awfully bitter that that horse named Rosa you had such plans to parade around has turned up lame.
PS, Slapping your ex across the face in a public place IS ASSULT.
Watch the insults! I’m not in the least bit “bitter.” Feeling stupid but most certainly not changing my mind about the Chief overall. And I see your spelling ability is nothing to brag about!