Metro Nashville’s failed transgender response; How Goodlettsville got it right

Metro Nashville has been quietly handling their response to the transgender shaming incident by multiple city employees in October. Along the way, they have shown some signs of progress. However, they also took 28 days to ask the victim’s name, and are considering a city-wide response that does nothing to address the behavior of the employees. Goodlettsville, however, addressed the incident with a passion, and moved forward with the support of their community.

Metro Police officers & firefighters took secret photos of & shamed transgender citizen

8 sworn police officers, 2 firefighters, 1 dispatcher, & 1 Metro teacher. That’s how many government employees took part in the public shaming of a transgender citizen of Nashville. Metro confirms investigations are now in progress in multiple departments, including MNPD’s Office of Professional Accountability.

Metro Police Officers & Firefighters took secret photos of & shamed a transgender citizen

8 sworn police officers, 2 firefighters, 1 dispatcher, & 1 Metro teacher. That’s how many government employees took part in the public shaming of a transgender citizen of Nashville. Metro confirms investigations are now in progress in multiple departments, including MNPD’s Office of Professional Accountability.

Nashville Uber/Lyft Driver Found Parked in Traffic, Asleep at Wheel, Arrested for DUI

Nashville Uber/Lyft Driver Christopher Redman has an upcoming court date on June 29th, to answer to charges that occurred a few weeks ago, on 02/23. Those charges include DUI & Implied Consent. He continues to drive and carry passengers, despite the charge, and continues to drink at bars and post about it on social media. So what was he doing in the hours before that he became so drunk that he (reportedly) passed out at the wheel in the middle of traffic on West End Ave? It seems that prior…

Is it Proper for DA’s Office & Public to Give Gifts/Money to Nashville Police Officer?

Recently, Metro Nashville Police (MNPD) Officer Josh Hausman was injured on the job, when a suspect stabbed him in his left hand – and after some stitches at the hospital was at home recovering within a few hours of the incident. He had surgery yesterday to repair some ligaments in the hand, but is expected have a full recovery. While we wish officer Hausman the best in his recovery, we want to take a deeper look at donations and gifts in situations like these. Why would the be acceptable in…