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Good News: The SFPD is Hiring Police Cadets! – But, Bad News: The Pay is Just 6.6% More Than the Coming $15 Minimum Wage?!Friday, November 21st, 2014
I guess this is the SFPD’s version of a Community Service Officer program?
But the pay starts off at $15.99 per hour?
The thing is that the In-&-Out Burger pays more. And didn’t we just vote in a higher minimum wage?
Can you imagine living in the Bay Area with a part-time job what pays $1300-something per month before taxes? Well, if you’re a rich kid living at home, I could see how you could swing that. Or if you had financial aid as a college student. Otherwise, IDK.
Read ‘em and weep:
“SFPD Hiring Part-Time Cadets.
·Perform clerical duties such as ordering, receiving and distributing supplies, processing mail, preparing
reports, indexing and filing criminal records and correspondences
·May direct and control traffic
·Monitor walk-through metal detectors and video surveillance equipment in building security assignments
·Search handbags, briefcases, backpacks and other containers
·Provide directions and other information to persons entering public buildings
·Provide first aid and CPR in case of life threatening emergencies
·Performs traffic and pedestrian control as directed;
·Participates in crime prevention activities such as neighborhood watch meetings, school and community group
presentations, and Police Department building tours;
·Maintains records and retrieves information;
·Attends weekend and/or evening training sessions;
·Performs other related duties and responsibilities not requiring Peace Officer powers
Cadet Rotations and Training Assignments:
·Public Safety Building
·Field Operations Bureau
·Other Duties and Assignments as needed
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
·Learn the organization and functions of a Police Department
·Techniques for courteously dealing with the public in a tactful, but firm, manner
·Communicate orally with people of diverse education, social and ethnic backgrounds
·Learn, understand and apply applicable police department rules, regulations, instructions, laws, ordinances,
policies, practices and methods
·Work courteously with the general public on the telephone and in person
·Understand and carry out oral and written directions
·Walk and/or stand for log periods of time
·Understand and follow oral and written instructions
·Establish and maintain effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of work
$15.99 – $19.38/hour; $2,771.00 – $3,358.00/month; $33,254.00 – $40,300.00/year
To apply –> http://www.jobaps.com/SF/sup/bulpreview.asp…
How the Mellow SFPD Handles Things When All You Want To Do on Election Day is Sit at a MUNI Stop and Drink BeerFriday, November 7th, 2014
You’d make it simpler for the fuzz if you’d transfer your booze to a water bottle or something. Simply putting your 40 in a paper bag or, in this case, black fabric(?), doesn’t cut it.
So they’ll pour your brew out right in front of you. And then quickly move on to the friction of the day, no muss, no fuss.
“Panhandle Police Altercation” – The Difference Between Being Found “Not Guilty” Vs. Being “Found Innocent”Thursday, November 6th, 2014
Well, here it is.
The problem with this Hoodline headline is that Dude wasn’t “found innocent.” IRL, the jury ruled that he is not guilty.
In other words:
“Juries never find defendants innocent. They cannot. Not only is it not their job, it is not within their power. They can only find them ‘not guilty.’”
Am I being too picky here?
World Series Update: “FUCK SFMTA” – “Only in SF Do People Hate the Transit Agency More Than the Cops”Thursday, October 30th, 2014
Word on the Street, via @SFNick, @robertol, and @kevinmonty:
Hey, how’s Prop A doing? The last polling I saw it wasn’t doing so hot, but that was a while ago.
Oh look, media coverage:
Meanwhile, the people at the SFMTA claim to be offering, “Excellent Transportation Choices.” And they ask the public for advice about MUNI can become “more perfect.”
Something’s gotta give here – I suppose we’ll find out next week…
Attention Tour Bus Operators: After a Fender-Bender, Get Your Rigs Out of the Middle Lane of Oak Street – Don’t Be Calling Your Insurance AgentWednesday, October 29th, 2014
So, yes, you had a little fender-bender with your big bus, and yes, it was related to the endless tinkering done by the SFMTA MUNI DPT DPW bowl of alphabet soup. So what! It’s not that big of a deal. CSI San Francisco isn’t going to send it’s Go Team and the NTSB isn’t coming neither.
Therefore, get your bus out of the roadway, pull it over. Sure, take a couple iPhone shots first, sure. But then get outta the way. THIS IS SFPD POLICY. Don’t you know this? You had at least two employees on the scene, why not have one, I don’t know, let’s call him the Driver, drive the bus to one side of the road or the other. Did you call the SFPD? IDK, but if you did, don’t you want them to show up? Now, how are they going to do that if you block the road, which, as stated, is a noteworthy bottleneck already, due to ongoing construction efforts, for umpty-ump minutes?
I cry foul.
Streetfighter 94117: New SFPD Park Station Captain Raj Vaswani Takes Down a Shoplifter at the Lucky, You Know, PersonallyThursday, October 23rd, 2014
That is, if I’m reading this right:
“Probation Violation – Fulton/Masonic – 10/02/2014 4:25PM
Captain of Park Station who was on routine patrol is approached by a loss prevention agent. The agent states a theft had just occurred at Lucky’s supermarket and the suspect was still in sight. Captain observed the subject walking away and immediately ordered the thief to stop, which the thief was reluctant to do. The Captain was able to catch up to the thief and attempt to take him into custody. The thief would not go down without a fight. After a brief struggle, the Captain was able to overpower the thief and take him into custody. The thief was on felony probation for the transportation of drugs.”
PARK STATION, COMPANY F, WHERE THE SUMMER OF LOVE NEVER ENDS:
If You’re Going to Jaywalk Across Masonic to Get To and From the Trader Joe’s, This is How You Should Do ItThursday, October 23rd, 2014
Instead of heading up the hill to get back to their ride, these gals walked downhill a few paces and then used congested traffic near Geary to their advantage:
That’s better than most, of course.
What they’re doing is turning a complicated, deadly game of chicken into a simpler chore of waiting for northbound traffic to get a red and then shuffling across two lanes…