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CRESPOGRAM REPORT

SEPTEMBER 3, 2013

IT’S OROSA’S POLICY
COPS BELIEVE NEW OROSA POLICY HINDERS ABILITY TO CHASE BAD GUYS.  JAVIER ORTIZ BLAMES POLICY ON FORMER CHIEF EXPOSITO
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A couple weeks ago the Miami Police Department put into practice a new policy on foot pursuit that many officers believe hinders, if not outright stops officers from giving chase to bad guys in certain situations.


The policy has not been well received by officers on the beat, and on August 26th, Fraternal Order of Police President Javier Ortiz sent the following email to all of his members.

After receiving a copy of Ortiz’s email I reached out to former Chief Exposito to ask him whether this claim was true. He told me that he had read the policy and that he thought it was a bad policy and he had never authorized or signed such a policy.


As luck would have it, rather than being forced to rely on Exposito’s denial to refute Ortiz, it seems that this policy is so disliked that I received several copies of some of the documents associated with this policy’s implementation, including the smoking gun document that established not only that Chief Orosa approved this policy, but includes his signature and the date that he approved it.

Now, why you ask, would Javier Ortiz send an email that attempted to put the blame for this unpopular policy on Exposito, when I was told that the policy was introduced at a January 2013 Policy Review Committee meeting attended by a bunch of high-ranking police staff including at least 3 Assistant Chiefs, and was approved by Orosa on April 25, 2013?


The flip answer would be that he’s been hanging out with Commissioner “Ethics” Sarnoff too much lately and has taken on Sarnoff’s sociopathic, lying behavior, but Ortiz has demonstrated that he doesn’t need to mimic someone else’s sociopathic behavior. His sociopathy is documented though out the documents that chronicle his career on the force.


No, I think it has more to do with the “Family and Friends Plan” that exists between Regalado, Orosa and Ortiz.


While it’s not widely known, the Chief is, and has been sitting on a series of reports and documents that could land Ortiz in real trouble.


There are IA reports recommending reprimands that Orosa refuses to sign, and Ortiz’s Quid for Orosa’s Quo in not signing those IA reprimands is that he will always do what he can to show that he’s another of Regalado’s do-boys.


Taking cheap shots at Exposito - even when they can be proven to be false - is just something that Ortiz does to make Regalado and Orosa happy.


As for the policy that the cops don’t like because they feel it restricts their ability to chase after the bad guys, here it is.