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    Letís blame the everyone except the predator Deputy. He crossed the line I assure you the ones here who are defending him have exactly zero of the facts. Do yourself a favor prior to carrying a flag for him educate yourself. If he spoke to your wife, daughter, sister or mother that way you would lose your mind. Place the blame where it belongs and that simply put is Mark.

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    ... We don't have the time or patients for that crap and it needs to stop or we should start refusing.
    Good luck with that. Let's see you refuse to take a ride a-long.

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    I for one have zero patients, as I am not a doctor

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    Things are perfect here but this Sheriff at least is trying to fix it

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    Suck A$$$$$$es

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    Several issues addressed here. I think the Sheriff and Chief are doing a good job of trying to fix some internal norms and issues that came from the past administration and some that were around even before that. Dysfunction does not happen overnight and it wonít go away overnight either. There is a progression towards better days.

    I agree with those about the fleet section who feel overall needs to be overhauled. If they have people who are certified to fix cars then it should not take 4 months to fix a car that the dealership or tires choice could fix in 4 hours. Thatís unacceptable. The reoccurring fuel smell in the dodges is unacceptable and dangerous from a health standpoint. Until dodge permanently fixes the issue we should not buy them.

    Back to our current administration. The boss is putting his own people in power which is a good thing because some of the supervisors from the good ole days are the reasons why deputies want to quit and feel grossly mistreated. This ainít the case in every district but itís real in others. Some of the shenanigans that are happening on B shift in D4 at the hands of certain supervisors are causing good people to leave, keep thinking about leaving, or question why they chose the profession in the first place. Hopefully in time the current trajectory will continue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Several issues addressed here. I think the Sheriff and Chief are doing a good job of trying to fix some internal norms and issues that came from the past administration and some that were around even before that. Dysfunction does not happen overnight and it wonít go away overnight either. There is a progression towards better days.

    I agree with those about the fleet section who feel overall needs to be overhauled. If they have people who are certified to fix cars then it should not take 4 months to fix a car that the dealership or tires choice could fix in 4 hours. Thatís unacceptable. The reoccurring fuel smell in the dodges is unacceptable and dangerous from a health standpoint. Until dodge permanently fixes the issue we should not buy them.

    Back to our current administration. The boss is putting his own people in power which is a good thing because some of the supervisors from the good ole days are the reasons why deputies want to quit and feel grossly mistreated. This ainít the case in every district but itís real in others. Some of the shenanigans that are happening on B shift in D4 at the hands of certain supervisors are causing good people to leave, keep thinking about leaving, or question why they chose the profession in the first place. Hopefully in time the current trajectory will continue.
    This is a post with some common sense, good job! You are absolutely right about D4 B shift, and I bet those narcissistic jerks read this site and may be some of the disgruntled malcontents who post here. In fact, they probably enjoy us talking about them and use this as energy to increase the vigor with which they jerk each other off under their tree where they smoke cigars next to Mosiac HQ while on duty. Wooden, Anthony, and Waytovich will have to find another place to screw off and plot how to make their squad more miserable once their little parking spot in the middle of that vacant lot gets developed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    This is a post with some common sense, good job! You are absolutely right about D4 B shift, and I bet those narcissistic jerks read this site and may be some of the disgruntled malcontents who post here. In fact, they probably enjoy us talking about them and use this as energy to increase the vigor with which they jerk each other off under their tree where they smoke cigars next to Mosiac HQ while on duty. Wooden, Anthony, and Waytovich will have to find another place to screw off and plot how to make their squad more miserable once their little parking spot in the middle of that vacant lot gets developed.
    Good post. Thank you. Needed to be said. That squad is an absolute nightmare. Truly a nightmare. There are no other words to describe it any better.

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    Here is how it works incase you forgot or do not care. People want to work here to do good in the world. Patrol or jail. The pay and benefits are good, but secondary. Every single one of them come with a career path plan in mind. No matter how basic.

    Once they are hired, they start seeing the true nature of this thankless job and the intentions of the agency and bureaucratic political nonsense. They see that we are the ones to be sacrificed. It takes others longer, but eventually it hits. The pay and benefits keep them here in the mean time, but one of FOUR things happen.

    1. They quit. 2. They make a plan to leave the front lines of the jail or patrol to reduce the mentally damaging exposure and boosts their efforts to be transferred or promoted. They give it 300%, but because they are not connected, they make it nowhere, and burn out and quit. 3. They burn out and stay. 4. They are connected and move up the chain for a nice safe high paying career. So that means deputies, quit, burn out, or advance. What about pushing for something better? How about making the patrol environment better where we don't have to quit, burn out, or claw, bite and kick for advancement. Fix patrol and it will all fall into place. Not with buying toys, but making the job mentally sustainable.

    This is damn common sense. The little secret all cops hide inside. The four paths. Note the first two involve quitting. The third are most of us posters. The fourth? Well, we all know who they are. Im sure some will post insults soon.

    When you take away the method to work your way out of the heavy exposure and cycle in new ones, you lose deputies. Its that simple. How is an agency elite when it does not know even the basics of keeping their employees.

    At a minimum, nothing is done to reduce our exposure by bringing in a squad of med day deputies or to get us home on time or to give us administrative time. If we have no chance at advancing, at least make this job sustainable for 30 years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Here is how it works incase you forgot or do not care. People want to work here to do good in the world. Patrol or jail. The pay and benefits are good, but secondary. Every single one of them come with a career path plan in mind. No matter how basic.

    Once they are hired, they start seeing the true nature of this thankless job and the intentions of the agency and bureaucratic political nonsense. They see that we are the ones to be sacrificed. It takes others longer, but eventually it hits. The pay and benefits keep them here in the mean time, but one of FOUR things happen.

    1. They quit. 2. They make a plan to leave the front lines of the jail or patrol to reduce the mentally damaging exposure and boosts their efforts to be transferred or promoted. They give it 300%, but because they are not connected, they make it nowhere, and burn out and quit. 3. They burn out and stay. 4. They are connected and move up the chain for a nice safe high paying career. So that means deputies, quit, burn out, or advance. What about pushing for something better? How about making the patrol environment better where we don't have to quit, burn out, or claw, bite and kick for advancement. Fix patrol and it will all fall into place. Not with buying toys, but making the job mentally sustainable.

    This is damn common sense. The little secret all cops hide inside. The four paths. Note the first two involve quitting. The third are most of us posters. The fourth? Well, we all know who they are. Im sure some will post insults soon.

    When you take away the method to work your way out of the heavy exposure and cycle in new ones, you lose deputies. Its that simple. How is an agency elite when it does not know even the basics of keeping their employees.

    At a minimum, nothing is done to reduce our exposure by bringing in a squad of med day deputies or to get us home on time or to give us administrative time. If we have no chance at advancing, at least make this job sustainable for 30 years.
    Cool story, bro.

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