"I believe it is unethical and immoral, the things that they are doing," Gabrielle Guerra said Friday night.
Guerra is taking a stand, demanding those who are paid to protect and serve her city do just that.
"The citizens of Hamlin request to be respected, safe, and feel that they are still able to have their freedom and privacy," she said.
She claims she's been threatened, cursed at, and received excessive fines at the hands of Hamlin officer, and she's not the only one.
"These people are hard-working and barely can afford to keep their lights and water on. These excessive citations, it's hard on them," she said.
The Hamlin Police Department was unavailable for comment Friday night. Guerra has started a petition to present to the city council, and has already gathered more than eighty signatures.
The department has seen its share of controversy over the past year. Officer Josh Coffee was fired back in August for misusing a stun gun on the job.
Now, Guerra is hoping the council will take action once again.
"I hope that they will either reprimand or at least talk to them, and make sure that this stops," she said.
The mayor of Hamlin was not available for comment Friday.
Guerra plans to present the petition to the city council at the February 20th meeting.