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    Employees are risks!!!

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    CCSO does have a fast turnover rate because of it being a horrible place to work. How about some the former employees or current step children employees give one example of the bull crap that goes on there.

    1. The female clerk at the jail who became involved with her Captain, so they transferred her to Utilities Rd. She started in records and worked her way up to supervisor, but wait, did she test for this position or was the fix in?

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    CCSO is a great place to work, the people bad mouthing this agency are slugs who expect everything handed to them when they sit on 60s the entire shift and dodge calls. If you are proactive and not a lazy slug you’ll go far in this agency and it’ll be a great experience, we get yearly raises and great equipment and you don’t have the super high call volumes of other agencies around us

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    CCSO is a great place to work, the people bad mouthing this agency are slugs who expect everything handed to them when they sit on 60s the entire shift and dodge calls. If you are proactive and not a lazy slug you’ll go far in this agency and it’ll be a great experience, we get yearly raises and great equipment and you don’t have the super high call volumes of other agencies around us
    All Righty Then When the highlight of your day is retail theft, vandalism and taking calls because a dog shit on the sidewalk

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    All Righty Then When the highlight of your day is retail theft, vandalism and taking calls because a dog shit on the sidewalk
    We're a public agency and respond to citizen's calls for service, that doesn't change anywhere. Every cop works retail theft's and vandalism calls.

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    STOP POLICEING FOR PROFIT AND YOU WOULDNT NEED SO MANY COPS,THATS NOT WHAT ARE FOUNDING FATHERS FOUGHT FOR.WHEN ARE YOU GUYS GOING TO BUST DETECTIVE JACOB HAWKINS FOR HIS CORRUPTION,HE THREW 20 DETECTIVES UNDER THE BUS INCLUDING THE SHERIFFS SON TO SAVE HIS OWN CORRUPT ASS,HERES HIS PERSONAL FILE AND ALL IA INVESTIGATIONS HES BEEN IN https://drive.google.com/drive/folde...1iLNLpJ0V1tVbt

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    Why did the Calea Manager resign a few years ago?

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    You know you are allowed to view the redacted documents at no charge and you can take photos of those documents with your phone. It’s right in Ch. 119. Done it many times.

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    119.07 Inspection and copying of records; photographing public records; fees; exemptions.—
    (1)(a) Every person who has custody of a public record shall permit the record to be inspected and copied by any person desiring to do so, at any reasonable time, under reasonable conditions, and under supervision by the custodian of the public records.

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    3)(a) Any person shall have the right of access to public records for the purpose of making photographs of the record while such record is in the possession, custody, and control of the custodian of public records.
    (b) This subsection applies to the making of photographs in the conventional sense by use of a camera device to capture images of public records but excludes the duplication of microfilm in the possession of the clerk of the circuit court where a copy of the microfilm may be made available by the clerk.
    (c) Photographing public records shall be done under the supervision of the custodian of public records, who may adopt and enforce reasonable rules governing the photographing of such records.
    (d) Photographing of public records shall be done in the room where the public records are kept. If, in the judgment of the custodian of public records, this is impossible or impracticable, photographing shall be done in another room or place, as nearly adjacent as possible to the room where the public records are kept, to be determined by the custodian of public records. Where provision of another room or place for photographing is required, the expense of providing the same shall be paid by the person desiring to photograph the public record pursuant to paragraph (4)(e).

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