As promised, here are some of the responses from the “Promotional System Survey.” Next month’s article will highlight some solutions our members had to improve this system. With everything, we must rally all stakeholders and work together to make this system as fair as possible. Like the discipline system, some things die slowly! Persistence!
For years, the rank and file have voiced their concerns with our current promotional system. In an effort to make your voices heard, we utilized a survey to capture not only concerns but proposed solutions. Accompanying this article are your thoughts on our current promotional system.
California Peace Officers’ Memorial: The California Peace Officers’ Memorial Foundation is a nonprofit charitable foundation whose mission is to recognize and honor California’s peace officers who gave their lives in the line of duty serving the citizens of this great state, and to provide support to the family members left behind.
Body cameras are here, and we could not stop that train from moving forward. However, your Board of Directors has worked tirelessly to ensure that the body-worn video (BWV) policy was as fair as possible. We negotiated provisions in the policy in order to ensure that you were protected. The following are only a few highlights:
Shame on the L.A. Times for lashing out at Whitter Police Chief Jeff Piper when he had the courage to call a spade and spade. Whitter Police Officer Keith Boyer would still be alive today if not for the California criminal justice reforms put in place recently. Enough is enough and if something doesn’t change soon, crimes rate, homelessness and lawlessness will continue to soar and be uncontainable. The L.A.
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