The same goes for being promoted up the ranks and sustaining that promotion, whereby individuals must demonstrate their willingness to lie, cheat, steal, drink the “kool-aid,” bend over, and backstab their fellow employees, at the immediate behest of their superior officers, or else become targeted for career assassination and unlawful termination.
There has always been a certain small degree of individuals that fit into this category, but in this day and age, that number has greatly increased, and it is probably a waste of time to try to discern if any honorable supervisors are left. It has not always been this way, but unfortunately it is definitely that way now.
In comparison, the Federal government, which has been infected with elements of the Muslim Brotherhood, the LVMPD Police Administration has been infected with elements of Organized Crime.
Scandal after scandal, lie after lie, criminal cover-up after criminal cover-up and still this community tolerates and accepts this type of behavior from our alleged protectors, without even a wink or a prayer.
The question is, what is it going to take before the people in this community wake up and smell the roses?
Open Murder usually generates a spark of attention even from the most mundane individual. Well, here you go: In November of 2007, LVMPD Officer Kevin Scott Dailey failed to show up for work at the Clark County Detention Center. Dailey’s co-workers wondered where he was, and they were told to mind their own business by LVMPD supervision and not to concern themselves with Officer Dailey’s whereabouts and AWOL status. LVMPD Correction Officers in CCDC generated fliers inside the jail asking for any/all information regarding the whereabouts of LVMPD Officer Kevin Scott Dailey; an inmate came forward and told officers that Officer Kevin Dailey was murdered by the Russian Mafia and that Officer Kevin Dailey’s sister was also prostituting herself for the Russian Mafia, and in addition was also dating a LVMPD Intelligence detective.
This information was met with animosity by the LVMPD Intelligence section and severe punishment was dealt out to the Correction Officers that generated the Officer Dailey fliers that produced this very disturbing information. Still, no formal investigation was underway for the whereabouts of Officer Kevin Dailey.
Toward the end of November 2007, three weeks after the first report of LVMPD Officer Kevin Scott Dailey’s failure to report for duty at the CCDC, a civilian passerby spotted Officer Kevin Dailey’s burned-out personal vehicle in the desert area near Lake Mead in the Henderson jurisdiction. Henderson Police were notified, the vehicle was impounded, but still no formal investigation was initiated at to where Officer Kevin Dailey was.
LVMPD Correction Officers were outraged that LVMPD or Henderson Police Department had not initiated any formal investigation as to the whereabouts or welfare of a LVMPD, fully commissioned on duty Corrections Officer that had been missing and unaccounted for during that three weeks’ time.
Unbelievably frustrated by the lack of concern by the LVMPD Administration, co-workers in the jail formed a voluntary search party, made up from corrections officers, family, and friends, to start looking for evidence and clues to Officer Kevin Scott Dailey’s whereabouts. The search party decided to start looking from the location of where Officer Dailey’s burned-out vehicle was found. The search party immediately found Officer Kevin Scott Dailey’s severed head approximately 300 feet from where his burned out vehicle was first located by the citizen passerby.
Henderson Police were immediately notified, as was LVMPD. Both police departments responded; but strangely, LVMPD sent out the Intelligence Section to respond rather than the Homicide Section. Intelligence Detectives informed everyone at the scene that they were now in charge and for everyone to leave and not discuss this incident with anyone
To date, the only publication of the death of Officer Kevin Scott Dailey, dob/6-5-68, is an obituary entry in the RJ, dated December 5, 2007. No mention of the circumstances, manner of death, cause of death, or any other information has been published or documented.
Disturbingly, the autopsy report for Officer Kevin Scott Dailey in the Clark County Coroners Data Banks was removed six hours after it was put in, and allegedly is now unavailable.
I personally have written letters and sent legal depositions to U. S. Attorney Daniel Bogden, the Justice Department, the FBI, Senator Harry Reid, Senator Dean Heller, the District Attorney’s Office, the State Attorney Generals Office, the LVMPD, and others regarding this incident. To date, no action appears to have been initiated by anyone, regarding the beheading murder of LVMPD Officer Kevin Scott Dailey.
Justice must prevail, and all those responsible or complicit in this egregious act must be held accountable, regardless of how much power they possess, or how much money they have, or who they know, or how rich and powerful they are. The Rule of Law must be obeyed and not betrayed.
IN GOD WE TRUST
Gordon Martines is a former LVMPD detective who has served in many capacities over his 39-year career in law enforcement. He has been a candidate for sheriff in 2002, 2006, 2010 and 2014, with the intention of bringing integrity and accountability back to the department, and filed a federal lawsuit against LVMPD in 2011. Martines now contributes his opinions and ideas to the Las Vegas Tribune to keep the public informed and help improve policing in Las Vegas. He has also appeared on the Face the Tribune radio program several times to share his plan for a better LVMPD.