Thursday, January 8, 2009

Fantino conduct questioned!

Jan 07, 2009 04:30 AM
Re:Internal hearing turns ugly for Julian Fantino, Jan. 4

You have assisted both the public and the police "community" by publishing this story. Julian Fantino's conduct toward the officers in question and his behaviour at the police act hearing call for an independent investigation.

If his conduct toward Chief Superintendent Bill Grodzinski was retalitory and was a "punishment transfer," then he should be removed from office. His rationale of requiring an experienced supervisor for the North-Eastern Region, then selecting Grodzinski, simply doesn't make sense. What responsible corporation in today's world would transfer a senior executive without even the courtesy of a meeting to discuss the transfer?

Barry Ruhl, OPP Ret., Southampton

1 comment:

  1. Honestly how is that this guy has a job with any sort of power, when his own officers, retired and active speak out against his actions.

    One trial regarding Caledonia and a disciplinary hearing, who's paying for that Julian?