Cheshire CT Police December Report

Will post the video of the municipal overtime study on Wednesday.

“The Fourth Amendment for Dummies”

THIS IS CINDY – CHRIS IS DOING A GOOD JOB ON THE BLOG. I DID FILE A COMPLAINT WITH THE ACLU OVER THIS VOICE RECORDER BAN. WRITING A LETTER OR SHOWING UP IN PERSON IS NOT FEASIBLE FOR PEOPLE WHO WORK NIGHTS,THE ELDERLY WHO MAY NOT BE ABLE TO TRAVEL AT NIGHT AND THE DISABLED WHO MAY NOT BE ABLE TO WRITE OR COMMUNICATE IN PERSON OR BY “LETTER”

LET’S SEE WHAT HAPPENS.

BREAK FROM THE ACTION-DO YOU LIKE RIDDLES? I DO. CAN YOU FIGURE THEM OUT?

CLICK HERE FOR SOME REALLY GOOD ONES.

ALSO: I LIKE THAT SHOW ON FOODNETWORK: “CUTTHROAT KITCHEN” WELL, IF YOU WANT TO WATCH BACK EPISODES, YOUTUBE IS MAKING YOU PAY $1.99 AN EPISODE AND FOODNETWORK ONLY LETS YOU WATCH THE LAST EPISODE. DON’T PAY THE MONEY-WHEN YOU CAN WATCH ONLINE FOR FREE. GO TO WWW.TUBEPLUS  OR PUTLOCKER.COM AND WATCH ALL OF THEM FOR FREE. 

I HAVE LEARNED FROM MY KIDS HOW TO GET AROUND THINGS, ESPECIALLY ON THE INTERNET-CHANGING IP ADDRESSES TO ACCESS VIDEOS FROM OTHER COUNTRIES THAT ARE NOT ACCESSIBLE HERE-ALL LEGAL.  A LITTLE KNOWLEDGE GOES A LONG WAY IN LIFE.

ON ANOTHER NOTE: IF YOU NEED TO SEND A CAKE OR BAKED GOOD ITEM TO A FRIEND OR A LOVED ONE, WHETHER THEY LIVE CLOSE BY OR FAR AWAY-BAKE ME A WISH-IS THE WAY TO GO. I JUST SENT A BIRTHDAY CAKE TO A FAMILY MEMBER. IT ARRIVED ON THE SCHEDULED DATE AND IN EXCELLENT CONDITION AND WAS FRESH. IT IS NOT CHEAP BY ANY MEANS, BUT IT IS THE THOUGHT THAT COUNTS.  THEY HAVE QUITE A SELECTION SO CHECK OUT THEIR WEBSITE AT BAKE-ME-A-WISH.COM. THE CAKE IS THE SIZE OF ONE OF THOSE SMALL ICE CREAM CAKES YOU SEE IN THE LOCAL SUPERMARKET. WITH SHIPPING, HANDLING AND TAX IT WAS $54.

HERE IS THE CAKE I SENT TO MY SON WHO LIVES OUT OF STATE.

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NEWS FROM MONTREAL.

CLICK HERE

Click on this line for “IRS Dings Tennessee County for Unmarked Take-Home Vehicles”

There are more articles to read on the site involving take-home vehicles.

On another note: “The IRS in their own example, has declared that contributions must be made exclusively to other 501c3’s.”

Cindy wanted me to run this Police Staffing Report she found on-line. She wants everyone to focus on the bottom of page 5, the McCandliss (PA) Police Dept. The Town has a population of 27,000 and has 28 sworn officers not 48 as Cheshire with basically the same population has. Cindy says the Town is wondering how to fund their pension, she says start with this and cut that staff. They are not needed. Look below to see what she is talking about. They are overstaffed at the Cheshire CT police with rank and file in Cindy’s opinion. Cindy says the Police have double the staff that is needed according to data presented in the report below.

Cindy says the staffing levels are based on calls for service and traffic stops which is the majority of their business in Cheshire, are not calls for service so the staffing is way out of line. She hopes the Town Government will honestly consider this report and reflect on real staffing needs.

Click on this line for Police Staffing Report

CHESHIRE POLICE DEPARTMENT
INVESTIGATIVE DIVISION
Detective Sergeant Tom Bobok
Assault/Sexual Assault – No new cases were referred to detectives in December.
Arson – Detectives are investigating fire at a residence on Sorghum Mill Drive that
occurred on December 2nd. Detectives believe probable cause exists for an arrest in
that case and an arrest warrant affidavit is being prepared for one suspect.
Burglary – Two burglary cases were referred to detectives in December. One
residential, in which a computer and jewelry were targeted from an otherwise vacant,
unoccupied house and one industrial, in which access was gained into a local business
and a table grinder was targeted.
Check/Fraud Cases – No new cases referred to detectives in December.

Larceny –Detectives began investigating 2 new larceny cases in December. One case
involves the theft of copper wire from outside an industrial business. Another case
involves the reported theft of chain saws and other commercial tools from a storage
garage.
Harassment – No new cases referred in December.
Other – Detectives conducted background investigations on 12 individuals who applied
for pistol permits.
Detective Nastri attended a week long class on crime scene photography as well as
state mandated recertification classes.
Training Officer:
Thomas Wright

The training Officer is now accepting applications for the Citizens Police Academy which
is scheduled to begin in February, 2014. Interested reidents are requested to contact
Officer Wright at 203-271-5560
Supervisory Training- All supervisors have completed a four part series on supervision
and leadership. This training is part of the overall reorganization plan of the supervisory
structure of the department.
Other Training:
 Officer Maliar completed High Visibility Traffic Enforcement at the Academy
 Sgt Strollo, Miller and Det. Nastri attended recertification at the Meriden PD.
 Officers Schechter, Wright and Falk attended a use of force seminar
 Officer Wassil completed Advanced Technical Accident Investigation at the
Academy.

EDITORS NOTE: CINDY SAID OFFICER WASSIL SHOULD COMPLETE A COURSE IN HOW TO GET ALONG WITH PEOPLE  SHE ISN’T RELATED TO.
 Several officers performed SWAT training in Wallingford. Wallingford staged a
simulated SWAT callout and our officers were role players in the event. This was an
excellent training opportunity for both Wallingford and Cheshire Officers.

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 Officer McClelland completed basic training at the CT Police Academy. He achieved
the academy’s highest award given to one recruit each session. The Trooper Allan
Tuskowski award is given to the recruit who achieves the best overall scores in
Police training. He earned the award, in part, for shooting a perfect “300” score on
all firearms qualifications. Officer McClelland will begin Field Training which lasts 12
weeks and should be on the road sometime in early April.
Other news:
Three new officers were sworn in by Chief Dryfe on December 28, 2013. Officers Jose
Rocha of Stratford, Samuel Decapua of Hamden and Tracy Gonzalez of Wallingford,
began the 20 week basic training program at the CT Police Academy on Monday
January 6, 2014. These officers will fill three of the current six vacancies.

 

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