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fullrearview
07-28-2009, 2:45 PM
* Auburn: $262,225
* Dixon Police Department: $280,152
* Fairfield Police Department: $1,556,205
* Grass Valley Police Department: $279,137
* Gustine: $249,633
* Jackson Police Department: $299,874
* Lodi: $1,430,676
* Los Banos Police Department: $654,806
* Manteca Police Department: $1,479,340
* Marysville Police Department: $281,833
* Merced Police Department: $1,501,880
* Modesto: $4,474,782
* Newman Police Department: $283,164
* Oakdale Police Department: $275,615
* Oroville Police Department: $270,864
* Placerville Police Department: $320,141
* Sacramento Police Department: $9,554,860
* San Joaquin County Sheriff's Department: $5,118,326
* Stanislaus County Sheriff's Department: $2,501,480
* Stockton: $7,932,160
* Suisun City: $319,603
* Sutter Creek Police Department: $238,884
* Turlock Police Department: 1,173,228
* West Sacramento Police Department: $973,356
* Woodland Police Department: $836,190
* Willows Police Department: $255,843

sytfu_RR
07-28-2009, 3:04 PM
No Oakland? SF?

fullrearview
07-28-2009, 3:07 PM
thats the list I got...Sac county didn't get any either and the standards/qualifications don't seem to make much sense/ are inconsistent.

fullrearview
07-28-2009, 3:12 PM
heres a link to more....

http://www.contracostatimes.com/ci_12931605?source=rss

Agency Funding Officers
Antioch $2,078,988 6
East Palo Alto $799,844 2
Emeryville $913,576 2
Fairfield $1,556,205 5
Gilroy $1,160,418 3
Hayward $4,032,027 9
Manteca $1,479,340 4
Oakland $19,747,117 41
Pittsburg $758,096 2
Richmond $3,819,952 8
San Francisco $16,562,750 50
San Joaquin $5,118,326 17
County Sheriff
San Pablo $980,127 3
Stockton $7,932,160 20
Suisun City $319,603 1
Union City $1,494,992 4
Vallejo $2,177,436 6

fullrearview
07-28-2009, 3:37 PM
Salinas, 9 officers ($3,837,546)
Santa Cruz, 5 officers ($1,971,350)
Watsonville, 3 officers ($1,080,468)
Capitola, 1 officer ($291,217)
King City, 1 officer ($302,501)
Marina, 1 officer ($415,267)
Sand City, 1 officer ($398,955)

fullrearview
07-28-2009, 3:42 PM
found it....the whole list.

http://www.cops.usdoj.gov/pdf/chrp_report.pdf

J_B
07-28-2009, 4:34 PM
WTF.....I just saw our transfer list...seriously WTF....

fullrearview
07-28-2009, 7:17 PM
WTF.....I just saw our transfer list...seriously WTF....

no joke huh...Politics....that's all I can say....that and I don't think I will want to work for Sac PD....no offense, to the officers there(great guys and gals), but Washington will be running that dept!

I have a feeling that Sac pd will be implementing A LOT of new "policing" techniques in the future....civilian security force?????:TFH:

misplacedpants
07-28-2009, 8:05 PM
WoW :eek: Its like a carnival game, did they just throw darts at different amounts. Hit this balloon and get $5,567,367.......and hit this one = lay-offs
Who is making the decisions on this? Seriously WTF?

fullrearview
08-18-2009, 10:24 AM
Looks like some of the agencies that are getting money are starting to open up!

fullrearview
08-18-2009, 10:31 AM
WTF.....I just saw our transfer list...seriously WTF....

So are you still in the jail, or did they transfer you back out yet?

J_B
08-18-2009, 12:25 PM
So are you still in the jail, or did they transfer you back out yet?

I was #14, the last to make it back out to patrol. I'm currently working graveyards in the Delta or as I call it, "The Duurty Souf"

I drove the Expedition my first night out (Sunday) but quickly realized it's only good for nothing. I changed back to a car.

It's not too bad and I have a lot of time to go out and hunt.

fullrearview
08-18-2009, 5:29 PM
I was #14, the last to make it back out to patrol. I'm currently working graveyards in the Delta or as I call it, "The Duurty Souf"

I drove the Expedition my first night out (Sunday) but quickly realized it's only good for nothing. I changed back to a car.

It's not too bad and I have a lot of time to go out and hunt.

That's good to hear..We have backed you guys up a few time on Saturdays when we have down from the visitor registration.

J_B
08-19-2009, 12:49 PM
That's good to hear..We have backed you guys up a few time on Saturdays when we have down from the visitor registration.

Have you heard what's going on? They hiring back on-calls? I know they hired back some full timers they laid off as on-calls.

Well listen up for 81G1...I work Fri - Mon graveyards...

fullrearview
09-15-2009, 12:04 AM
Have you heard what's going on? They hiring back on-calls? I know they hired back some full timers they laid off as on-calls.

Well listen up for 81G1...I work Fri - Mon graveyards...

I know its a bit late for this post (hard to keep up with all the threads I post in) but you know whats going on by now.

I was on day shift, so we would have missed each other.

have you heard anything about whats going on? Personally I think they are playing games right now. They are calling in the laid off on calls, but not all of them want to work, so when they get done with the list, they call in full time deputies for OT:mad:

I understand making a point(if that's what they are doing) but that is long gone and they did it much to late! While they are playing political games, peoples lives are deteriorating (old on-calls) and we are ALL willing to work!

I hope they fix this **** soon, or I get picked up somewhere else....I need the hours!

yzernie
09-15-2009, 5:46 AM
I've seen the on-call subject mentioned many times by you guys up north. I have no idea what type of situation you guys are talking about.

On-call deputies? Are these folks full time employees who are on-call during their off shift hours or are they like a reserve that can get paid a salary if they get called in?

fullrearview
09-15-2009, 8:16 AM
I've seen the on-call subject mentioned many times by you guys up north. I have no idea what type of situation you guys are talking about.

On-call deputies? Are these folks full time employees who are on-call during their off shift hours or are they like a reserve that can get paid a salary if they get called in?

We are paid reserves who up until recently were working full time hours. The best way to describe it....Its the farm team. You do a good job and you get bumped up to the big leagues.

For them its a way to get coverage but save A LOT of money by not paying benefits, only right now, I feel they are playing games to get a bigger budget and in the mean time...well you get the picture.

J_B
09-17-2009, 3:34 PM
I know its a bit late for this post (hard to keep up with all the threads I post in) but you know whats going on by now.

I was on day shift, so we would have missed each other.

have you heard anything about whats going on? Personally I think they are playing games right now. They are calling in the laid off on calls, but not all of them want to work, so when they get done with the list, they call in full time deputies for OT:mad:

I understand making a point(if that's what they are doing) but that is long gone and they did it much to late! While they are playing political games, peoples lives are deteriorating (old on-calls) and we are ALL willing to work!

I hope they fix this **** soon, or I get picked up somewhere else....I need the hours!

No worries...I bid back North, D4 graveyards...the best. I understand what you're talking about and it feels that way. I try not to worry about it but it's easier for me since I'm not in your position. Luckily when I was an on-call, I worked so much it was horrible.

I've been working OT as well but it's just been in patrol. I have actually turned some down I've been so tired.

fullrearview
09-19-2009, 1:57 PM
No worries...I bid back North, D4 graveyards...the best. I understand what you're talking about and it feels that way. I try not to worry about it but it's easier for me since I'm not in your position. Luckily when I was an on-call, I worked so much it was horrible.

I've been working OT as well but it's just been in patrol. I have actually turned some down I've been so tired.

Glad to hear that! I also hear that they might be rehiring a few soon!