Miami-Dade police spokesperson: 10 reasons to be happy about getting away from reporters

Miami-Dade Police Department public information officer Nancy Perez, who is getting a new assignment on Friday, sent this farewell to reporters on the cops beat. My tipster writes: “I have a feeling it was meant as a final fuck you to a more than a few Miami journalists.”

Today I say goodbye to you, the media. This doesn’t have to be a period of sadness, or maybe a period of happiness for some of you. Let’s try focusing on the benefits of transferring to a District. No, I did not forget to tell you which district, I omitted it on purpose.

1. No more on-call 365 days a year. (this includes nights also)
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2. No more accusations of trying to hide something.

3. No more arguments with reporters over reporting the truth, and not sensationalizing the story.

4. No more it’s an emergency phone call. But the emergency is insignificant.

5. No more requests for information and my deadline is 1 hr. away.

6. No more why? Why? Why?

7. No more Me! Me! Me!

8. No more I need, I need, I need.

9. No more backdooring me in order to get information.

10. No more threats “I will contact your boss!”

I hope you finally learn the mysterious emotional appeals that I have made to Oprah and Dr. Phil the last nine years of having worked as a Public Information Officer.

In closing, I will miss many of you who really took your jobs seriously and acted in a professional manner. Also, those of you who have a BIG heart and really care of the community that you along with us serve.

“Value the people who sacrifice something for you, because maybe that something was their everything.”

* From 2012: “The cop who arrested me is a media spokesperson” (photographyisnotacrime.com) | (facebook.com)

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