Phoenix Police Chief: I’m not a hacker
Phoenix Police Department Chief Carlos Manfredo is in a position of trust.
His job is to protect the citizens of Phoenix, and the Phoenix Police are no different.
In fact, Chief Manfredi says that he has the utmost respect for the people of Phoenix.
He’s the first to admit that Phoenix is a big city.
That makes it very tough for a police chief to say he’s a hacker, but Chief Manfrido says that is a fact.
He knows, as do his police officers, that hackers have infiltrated the Phoenix PD.
So he does not want to be the first person to think that he is.
He says that, to his knowledge, there are not that many people who are working in the Phoenix police department.
That’s a fact, too.
“I know that the people who work here are working on the front lines to keep us safe,” he said.
“That’s our responsibility, not the hacker community.
That is a reality that I’ve been told from day one.”
And he says that the Phoenix community is behind him.
“The people who know me are very supportive of me and very supportive and kind of supportive of my efforts,” he explained.
“They know that this is what I’m doing and that’s what I do.
And I feel like it is their responsibility to keep an eye on this.”
He believes that his people have done a good job of maintaining the integrity of the Phoenix department, and that it is time for him to step down.
He said that he had no intention of resigning until he could fully understand the implications of his actions.
Chief Manfrido said that his department is a small, but proud, department.
“There are a lot of people here, so I am not going to be able to do anything about all of them, and I think it’s important that they have some kind of accountability,” he told reporters.
“But it’s a small department, so it’s not going anywhere.”
the Phoenix, Arizona police department, the Phoenix Metropolitan Police Department, the FBI and the Department of Homeland Security all came to Manfredu’s defense, in part because they know that he will be a liability to them.
“To be honest with you, it is an honor and a privilege for me to work for the Phoenix Phoenix Police department, as I have been for the past 20 years,” he wrote on his personal blog.
“As a police officer, I know how important it is to be transparent, to work in a transparent way, and to be as accurate as possible.
I am proud to have served as Phoenix’s police chief and, for that I am forever grateful.”
The Phoenix Police Commissioner also defended his department, saying that he “understands” why some people think he is a hacker.
“My job is not to tell you who you are or what you’re doing,” Chief Manifrido wrote on Twitter.
“It is my job to protect your safety and to make sure that you are safe, and my job is done.”
Chief Manfalio also defended himself, saying he was “not trying to hide” his involvement in the hackings.
“This is a community that is going through a lot, and we have to be very careful not to put them in a place where they don’t know what’s going on,” he noted.
“And that’s not my job.”