OH cop who appeared on reality cop show suspended after for racial slur to describe black student

Female Cincinnati police officer who appeared on reality TV cop show is suspended after using a racial slur to describe a black student who gave her the middle finger – and then claimed she was ‘desensitized’ to the n-word by music

  • Rose Valentino was ‘suspended’ for reportedly calling a black student a ‘n***a’ after he reportedly flipped her off
  • She was driving back to the station on April 5 when she got caught behind a line of cars outside the high school 
  • Valentino then flipped her cruiser lights on for the cars to move, and when they didn’t and the student flipped her off, she became agitated 
  • She can be heard calling the boy a ‘f**king n**a’ and saying she ‘hates them’ 
  • The 14-year police veteran said she had been ‘desensitized’ to the slur through music and ‘hearing people on the street’ 
  • She will be on desk duty while the disciplinary process takes place 
  • Valentino also has other disciplinary actions against her for improperly pointing a firearm during another race-related incident in 2018  

A female Cincinnati police officer has been suspended after using a racial slur to describe a black student who gave her the middle finger. 

Rose Valentino was ‘suspended’ for reportedly calling a black student a ‘n***a’ after he reportedly flipped her off while she was driving near the Western Hills University High School on April 5. 

Police confirmed she will be placed on desk duty while the disciplinary hearing takes place. She will not be allowed to patrol the streets, wear her badge, or carry a firearm. 

Bodycam footage picked up audio of her yelling ‘f**king n***a, I f**king hate them,’ after she flipped on her cruiser lights to get the cars waiting in line to pick up their kids to move. 

The encounter with the student was not released by the police department, but Valentino, who appeared on the TLC series Police Women in Cincinnati, reportedly rolled down her window and yelled at drivers to move when the student flipped her off. 

Valentino, who has been on the force for 14 years, was driving her cruiser back to the police station when she became agitated and could be heard screaming: ‘God, I hate this f**king world. I f**king hate them.’

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Rose Valentino was 'suspended' for reportedly called a black student a 'n***a' after he reportedly flipped her off while she was driving near the Western Hills University High School on April 5

Rose Valentino was ‘suspended’ for reportedly called a black student a ‘n***a’ after he reportedly flipped her off while she was driving near the Western Hills University High School on April 5

Valentino reportedly got caught behind a group of cars waiting to pick up their kids at Western Hills University High School on April 5 while trying to get back to the station (pictured). When she flipped her cruiser lights on for them to move, the cars reportedly didn't move and a black student flipped her off, causing her to become agitated and yell: ''F**king n***a, I f**king hate them'

Valentino reportedly got caught behind a group of cars waiting to pick up their kids at Western Hills University High School on April 5 while trying to get back to the station (pictured). When she flipped her cruiser lights on for them to move, the cars reportedly didn’t move and a black student flipped her off, causing her to become agitated and yell: ”F**king n***a, I f**king hate them’ 

It is unclear if she there was an emergency when she flipped her lights on, as bodycam footage shows there was nothing blocking the entrance to the police station. 

According to an internal report, viewed by WLWT 5, the officer recalled being frustrated because ‘individuals [were] not taking her seriously.’ She also reportedly cited that modern music and ‘hearing people talk on the street’ has ‘desensitized’ her to the slur. 

‘Constant exposure has allowed this slur to slip into Officer Valentino’s vernacular,’ the internal report stated. 

Valentino reported, denied that she has any racial bias and ‘sought treatment’ after the incident, according to the Cincinnati Enquirer reported. 

‘Officer Valentino believed that she was being affected by her profession and has since sought treatment,’ an internal report said. 

The officer is now facing a backlash, not only from the public, but from the police organizations and the mayor. 

Cincinnati Mayor Aftab Pureval criticized her use of the slur, calling it ‘hateful, angry, and racist language.’  

Cincinnati Police Union President Dan Hils also said the officer should have avoided using the term. 

Cincinnati NAACP said Valentino does ‘not deserve the privilege of serving the citizens of Cincinnati’ and that her ‘true bias’ has been exposed. 

‘She should not be a police officer,’ the organization said in a statement. 

This isn’t the first time the naughty police officer has been subject to disciplinary action, despite performance reviews, viewed by WCPO, showing she has been marked as having exceeded standards. 

Valentino has been reprimanded for failing to turn on her body camera several times, reports show, and she was one of the three officers involved in a lawsuit involving race in November 2018, WCPO reported.

She also appeared on Police Women of Cincinnati (pictured), which aired on TLC

She also appeared on Police Women of Cincinnati (pictured), which aired on TLC

She and the other officers were accused of illegally detaining relator Jerry Isham and buyer Anthony Edwards, who are both black, while they were viewing a home in West Price Hill. 

A retired police officer called 911 to report a break-in, and court documents indicate that Valentino escalated the situation by aiming her gun at the two men and putting them in handcuffs. 

The city later settled the lawsuit. 

In March 2020, she was convicted by a plea of disorderly conduct after punching two relatives and using an umbrella to damage a vehicle, WCPO reported. She was off-duty at the time. 

She was referred to a behavioral health center for anger management. 

DailyMail.com has requested the records from the Cincinnati Police Department.  

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OH cop who appeared on reality cop show suspended after for racial slur to describe black student

Female Cincinnati police officer who appeared on reality TV cop show is suspended after using a racial slur to describe a black student who gave her the middle finger – and then claimed she was ‘desensitized’ to the n-word by music

  • Rose Valentino was ‘suspended’ for reportedly calling a black student a ‘n***a’ after he reportedly flipped her off
  • She was driving back to the station on April 5 when she got caught behind a line of cars outside the high school 
  • Valentino then flipped her cruiser lights on for the cars to move, and when they didn’t and the student flipped her off, she became agitated 
  • She can be heard calling the boy a ‘f**king n**a’ and saying she ‘hates them’ 
  • The 14-year police veteran said she had been ‘desensitized’ to the slur through music and ‘hearing people on the street’ 
  • She will be on desk duty while the disciplinary process takes place 
  • Valentino also has other disciplinary actions against her for improperly pointing a firearm during another race-related incident in 2018  

A female Cincinnati police officer has been suspended after using a racial slur to describe a black student who gave her the middle finger. 

Rose Valentino was ‘suspended’ for reportedly calling a black student a ‘n***a’ after he reportedly flipped her off while she was driving near the Western Hills University High School on April 5. 

Police confirmed she will be placed on desk duty while the disciplinary hearing takes place. She will not be allowed to patrol the streets, wear her badge, or carry a firearm. 

Bodycam footage picked up audio of her yelling ‘f**king n***a, I f**king hate them,’ after she flipped on her cruiser lights to get the cars waiting in line to pick up their kids to move. 

The encounter with the student was not released by the police department, but Valentino, who appeared on the TLC series Police Women in Cincinnati, reportedly rolled down her window and yelled at drivers to move when the student flipped her off. 

Valentino, who has been on the force for 14 years, was driving her cruiser back to the police station when she became agitated and could be heard screaming: ‘God, I hate this f**king world. I f**king hate them.’

Scroll down for video 

Rose Valentino was 'suspended' for reportedly called a black student a 'n***a' after he reportedly flipped her off while she was driving near the Western Hills University High School on April 5

Rose Valentino was ‘suspended’ for reportedly called a black student a ‘n***a’ after he reportedly flipped her off while she was driving near the Western Hills University High School on April 5

Valentino reportedly got caught behind a group of cars waiting to pick up their kids at Western Hills University High School on April 5 while trying to get back to the station (pictured). When she flipped her cruiser lights on for them to move, the cars reportedly didn't move and a black student flipped her off, causing her to become agitated and yell: ''F**king n***a, I f**king hate them'

Valentino reportedly got caught behind a group of cars waiting to pick up their kids at Western Hills University High School on April 5 while trying to get back to the station (pictured). When she flipped her cruiser lights on for them to move, the cars reportedly didn’t move and a black student flipped her off, causing her to become agitated and yell: ”F**king n***a, I f**king hate them’ 

It is unclear if she there was an emergency when she flipped her lights on, as bodycam footage shows there was nothing blocking the entrance to the police station. 

According to an internal report, viewed by WLWT 5, the officer recalled being frustrated because ‘individuals [were] not taking her seriously.’ She also reportedly cited that modern music and ‘hearing people talk on the street’ has ‘desensitized’ her to the slur. 

‘Constant exposure has allowed this slur to slip into Officer Valentino’s vernacular,’ the internal report stated. 

Valentino reported, denied that she has any racial bias and ‘sought treatment’ after the incident, according to the Cincinnati Enquirer reported. 

‘Officer Valentino believed that she was being affected by her profession and has since sought treatment,’ an internal report said. 

The officer is now facing a backlash, not only from the public, but from the police organizations and the mayor. 

Cincinnati Mayor Aftab Pureval criticized her use of the slur, calling it ‘hateful, angry, and racist language.’  

Cincinnati Police Union President Dan Hils also said the officer should have avoided using the term. 

Cincinnati NAACP said Valentino does ‘not deserve the privilege of serving the citizens of Cincinnati’ and that her ‘true bias’ has been exposed. 

‘She should not be a police officer,’ the organization said in a statement. 

This isn’t the first time the naughty police officer has been subject to disciplinary action, despite performance reviews, viewed by WCPO, showing she has been marked as having exceeded standards. 

Valentino has been reprimanded for failing to turn on her body camera several times, reports show, and she was one of the three officers involved in a lawsuit involving race in November 2018, WCPO reported.

She also appeared on Police Women of Cincinnati (pictured), which aired on TLC

She also appeared on Police Women of Cincinnati (pictured), which aired on TLC

She and the other officers were accused of illegally detaining relator Jerry Isham and buyer Anthony Edwards, who are both black, while they were viewing a home in West Price Hill. 

A retired police officer called 911 to report a break-in, and court documents indicate that Valentino escalated the situation by aiming her gun at the two men and putting them in handcuffs. 

The city later settled the lawsuit. 

In March 2020, she was convicted by a plea of disorderly conduct after punching two relatives and using an umbrella to damage a vehicle, WCPO reported. She was off-duty at the time. 

She was referred to a behavioral health center for anger management. 

DailyMail.com has requested the records from the Cincinnati Police Department.  

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