Journal June 13, 2013

This article I read from facebook really gets the blood boiling in a way, and then makes you feel good too. As usual, read and decide for yourself.

BOULDER, CO -- A woman's complaint has drawn attention to a city's policy to allow police to routinely enter homes that are unlocked.  </p>
<p>Chrissy Smiley returned from walking her dog to discover that police had entered her home while she was walking.  He left his business card on her kitchen table.  When she called the number, the officer explained that "he felt he had probable cause to make sure that [she] was safe."  She added that she found the officer's explanation unsettling.</p>
<p>"I have nothing to hide. My house is really clean, there are not bongs lying around. It's just creepy that someone would come in when I am not there." </p>
<p>"We absolutely do not do these things on a whim," said Sgt. MacPherson. "We always knock and announce before entering." </p>
<p>www.dailycamera.com/news/boulder/ci_23420284/boulder-woman-disturbed-by-police-policy-enter-unsecured
BOULDER, CO — A woman’s complaint has drawn attention to a city’s policy to allow police to routinely enter homes that are unlocked.Chrissy Smiley returned from walking her dog to discover that police had entered her home while she was walking. He left his business card on her kitchen table. When she called the number, the officer explained that “he felt he had probable cause to make sure that [she] was safe.” She added that she found the officer’s explanation unsettling.

“I have nothing to hide. My house is really clean, there are not bongs lying around. It’s just creepy that someone would come in when I am not there.”

“We absolutely do not do these things on a whim,” said Sgt. MacPherson. “We always knock and announce before entering.”

www.dailycamera.com/news/boulder/ci_23420284/boulder-woman-disturbed-by-police-policy-enter-unsecured

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