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the time a screenshot of the post had been taken, it had been liked dozens of times. As it spread on social media, however, other people were less amused. One screenshot of the quilt had been shared more than 12,000 times. Related Stories U.S. Fatalities Confirmed After Boat Dock Fire in Alabama
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Wow! Imagine terrorizing people with such insensitivity during a time of giving and helping the less fortunate. Way to go Mobile Alabama Police Department, wrote user @JrocLot. On Monday, an apology from Mobile Chief of Police Lawrence Battiste was posted on the departments official Facebook. As a police department entrusted with serving and protecting our community, we offer our sincerest apology for the insensitive gesture of a Facebook post by two of our officers where they are holding up a homeless quilt made of panhandling signs, the post said. Although we do not condone panhandling and must enforce the city ordinances that limit panhandling, it is never our intent or desire as a police department to make light of those who find themselves in a homeless state. Rather, our position has always been to partner with community service providers to help us help those faced with homelessness with hope to improve their quality of life. iframe s黄岛区租房便宜的小区 rc=https://www.facebook.com/plugins/post.php?href=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.facebook.com%2Fthemobilepolice%2Fposts%2F2608805102672333width=500#8243; width=500 height=353 style=border:none;overflow:hidden scrolling=no frameborder=0 allowTransparency=true allow=encrypted-media/iframe Get The Brief. Sign up to receive the top stories you need to know right now.
Thank you! For your security, we've sent a confirmation email to the address you entered. Click the link to confirm your subscription and begin receiving our newsletters. If you don't get the confirmation within 10 minutes, please check your spam folder. Many commented on the Facebook post that this response was not enough. The officers, the person taking the photo, the person that posted t
nd their supervisors should all be fired!! They all have shown they lack the professionalism and empathy required to obtain public trust!! wrote Chris Shawver. A department spokesperson confirmed to TIME that the officers names are Preston McGraw and Alexandre Olivier. The officers are still on active duty, but they are facing an internal investigation to determine whether they will be required to undergo training or punishment, the spokesperson said in an email. Abo
ut 551 people are homeless on any given night in Mobile City, Mobile County and Baldwin County, according to the National Alliance to End Homelessness. Write to Tara Law at email@example.com.