Sarcasm and Silliness from a Windy City Cop
posted by SCC at 12:05 AM
1st from 012.
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I saw alot of clout Sgt.s at the Lt.s study group tonite...One thing I didn't see was the royalty..blue blood sgts of the dept.......I thought it was a waist of time.Anyone else?
Wow that commander in 016 is doing a bangup job, crime out of control and the depleting of manpower.....spineless pussy! And listen to that zone on 3rd watch whos more irritating 1750 some hindu or 1790 with the nasal nerd sounding voice. Who are those two?
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Wow that commander in 016 is doing a bangup job, crime out of control and the depleting of manpower-----------------------------You think a District Commander in patrol from 016 has any power in telling the Superintendent how to run the department???Once you get past your 2 years on the job maybe you'll figure things out kid.
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To Mr. ZuluWho were the clout sgts at the study group?How was this any different from any other of Roberts study groups? You get out WHAT YOU put into ANY study group.Sounds like you never were in a study group before.. You must of made sgt "merit" by sucking the same things that are on your "Zulu" website.
As far as LTs Study Groups are concerned, I see Beinstein has not announced how much his study group will be. I think Roberts’s group has knocked him out of the box.He had a lot of balls to charge over $600 bucks in the past.
studying legit right now said... To Mr. Zulu Who were the clout sgts at the study group? How was this any different from any other of Roberts study groups? You get out WHAT YOU put into ANY study group. Sounds like you never were in a study group before.. You must of made sgt "merit" by sucking the same things that are on your "Zulu" website. 7/12/2006 01:10:28 AM No I made it on score. And god can your mother suck cock, & she looks great on my web site.
DO YOU HONESTLY THINK THE COMMANDER OF 016 CAN GET MORE MANPOWER WHEN THE SUPT. THINKS ITS W R O N G TO HAVE GANG TEAMS IN THE 16TH DISTRICT?
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US Government list TOP TEN MOST DEADLIEST JOBS!Sorry you bragging danger rangers, police didn't make the list!1. Logging workersFatalities: 92.4 per 100,000 employedMedian pay: $30,080Logging and timber workers duties include cutting down trees and cutting and moving logs, providing the raw material for countless products. The nature of their work puts them at constant risk of being killed by heavy, falling objects.2. Aircraft pilots and flight engineers Fatalities: 92.4 per 100,000 employed Median pay: $135,430 – but may be much lower for commercial pilots.Although aircraft pilots and flight engineers have one of the most dangerous jobs in the nation, don't swear off air travel just yet. This category also includes commercial pilots of smaller aircrafts – including crop dusters and air taxis – that are far more likely to crash than your typical 747.3. Fishers and related workers Fatalities: 86.4 per 100,000 employedMedian Pay: $28,220Fishers endure storms, fog, wind and hazardous working conditions before bringing you the fresh salmon on your dinner plate. Perilous weather puts fishers at risk of drowning if their boat capsizes or they fall overboard. And if they suffer serious injuries while at sea, help isn't readily available. 4. Structural iron and steel workers Fatalities: 47 per 100,000 employed Median pay: $42,410These workers climb dozens of stories to lay the iron and steel that form buildings, bridges and other structures. Despite strapping on harnesses and other safety gear, structural iron and steel workers face a high risk of fatal injuries from falls. 5. Refuse and recyclable material collectors Fatalities: 43.2 per 100,000 employed Median pay: $26,950When refuse and recyclable material collectors take away your trash, they risk traffic accidents and fatal injuries from explosions of hazardous materials. According to a University of Miami study, the leading cause of on-the-job fatalities for these workers is impatient motorists who try to pass the garbage truck and hit the driver.6. Farmers and ranchersFatalities: 37.5 per 100,000 employedMedian pay: $38,600Farmers and ranchers raise animals and plant, cultivate and harvest crops used to produce our food. However, the tractors and machinery used by these workers can be very dangerous: Non-highway vehicle accidents accounted for 40 percent of occupational fatalities for farmers and ranchers in 2004.7. Roofers Fatalities: 34.9 per 100,000 employed Median pay: $31,300 When these workers climb atop your house to build or repair your roof, they risk slipping or falling from scaffolds, ladders, or roofs, or burning themselves on hot bitumen. 8. Electrical power-line installers and repairers Fatalities: 30 per 100,000 employed Median pay: $49,700When your lights go out, line installers and repairers climb power poles and towers to get your electricity up and running. Power lines are typically high off the ground, so workers are at high risk of injury due to falls. Plus, these workers are often at risk of electrocution from contact with the high-voltage power lines.9. Driver/sales workers and truck drivers Fatalities: 27.6 per 100,000 employed Truck driver median pay: $33,870 Driver/sales worker median pay: $20,320Truck drivers transport goods including cars and livestock, and driver/sales workers deliver and sell their firm's products over established routes. Both groups spend the majority of their time on the road, putting them at high risk of highway vehicle crashes.10. Taxi drivers and chauffeurs Fatalities: 24.2 per 100,000 employedMedian pay: $19,790The dangers of shuttling around patrons go far beyond highway crashes. Taxi drivers, who often work alone and carry large amounts of cash, may also find themselves victims of robbery and homicide.
Homicides:thru 10 Jul 06 = 207Same period 2005 = 215
Wow that commander in 016 is doing a bangup job, crime out of control and the depleting of manpower-----------------------------You think a District Commander in patrol from 016 has any power in telling the Superintendent how to run the department???No but the Commander is responsible for the morale of the district. Everyone hates him. After putting out a to-from with 100 rules listed,( SCC where is that document ?) and treating us like 2 year olds, it's hard to respect him. He has NO CLUE how to run a district. He is so hard up for activity, it has been suggested that contact cards be filled out for curfews and school absentees. Isn't that stupid? Not what the contact card system is for. 16 year old never been arrested, late for school one day. Yeah, real smart. So inbetween the 5 school checks, contact cards, movers, park checks, absentees, seat belt missions, doc missions, and school dismissals, it's really hard to be productive. Also remembering the sacred rules like not getting gas the first hour of your tour or the last hour and a half of your tour. Only one car is allowed to get gas at ORD without permission even though 3 other cars are closer to ORD than Sunnyside. The list goes on and on. I think my favorite one is NO PERSONALS an hour I think it is before the end of your tour? So if you have to take a piss or shit, you better plan it. HASCC post that stupid list of rules would ya?Before you tell me to bid out if I don't like it. I have been elsewhere, I am happy with my 5 minute commute in rush hour traffic. I still work, but it's getting harder. 30 square miles is a lot of ground to cover and it's hard to do anything else when you are running from one end to the other. This commander is the worst we have had in 10 years. A little hint sir, if you treat people good, they produce for you.
5:04 AM is using another poster's REGISTERED nickname.
I find it hard to believe you dind't know what you were getting when Price became commander of 016. When he was the watch commander in 023 on the 1st watch the troops started a revolt and Price went bye bye. He was later rewarded for his excellent work by being promoted to Dist Commander. The Kool Aid must have been very tasty for him. Fat Ass loves the N. Side so much he gave the Dist where more cops live than any other in the city a total JO for a dist commander. He's former IAD and has the personality of a smashed tomato. Wherever Price has gone he has lowered morale. Everyone of us who lives in 016 should go to our alderman and complain to get rid of this asshat. We don't have enough police and the few that r there should have it better than to put up with dad as the commander
THE OTHER DAY IN 005 WE HAD A 10-1 WHERE THE RESIDENCE OF ALAGATOR-GARDENS BEGAN THROWING BOTTLES AND ROCKS AT THE POLICE. TWO OFFICERS GOT HURT AND WENT TO THE HOSPTIAL ANOTHER WAS HURT BUT HE HURT HIS HANDS WHILE SENDING ONE OF THE ROCK THROWING OFFENDERS TO THE HOSPITAL. WHEN THE 10-1 WAS CALLED WE STILL DIDN'T HAVE ENOUGH MAN-POWER THE ZONE HAD TO CALL THE 004 DISTRICT FOR MORE HELP. HEY SUP HOW ABOUT SENDING MORE MAN POWER TO 005.....SHIT WE WILL EVEN TAKE AN ENTIRE CALL OF P.P.O.'S.......THANKS TO 004 FOR THE HELP
Commander Cadaver from 016, former IAD rat. Caught using his city vehicle to get to the marathon, any punishment...hell no-a promotion. Shortly after the incident he made Captain. You got to fuck up to move up
Hey Monique Bond: we do not "dislodge" our weapons from our holsters but we DRAW our weapons from the holster. Get a clue... and lay off the collegen.
I saw a lot of Sgts attending the Lt's class last night on company time in their company vehicles...WTF with that?I somehow think that thats not ' Authorized'.
That's been going on for years, still can't find the time due slips for those who took their own cars and never returned, oh the protected blessed ones. Theft, Deny, Deny Theft. Small side of mgmt. perks, ya gotta love um. Sponsored by Daley Hired Truck Program and titled "It's Not All A Shame" Slurp Toast to ya!
"It's not ALL a sham." TRANSLATION: "It's just partly/mostly a sham.""Study Group" (by invitation only)=secret preparation for clout baby suckholes on how to navigate another ExamScam.Only in Chicago...
7/12/2006 09:01:19 AM He's completely correct. Although it was my RDO that day, we are quite understaffed. I really hope it doesn't take a P.O. getting seriously injured (GOD forbid KILLED) for the brass and puppeteers to realise we need more troops in 005. I know, I know, many will say what a $|-|ith0Le 005 is, but the ghetto is what the ghetto does. We need some bosses with some balls to let us do some REAL policework, and stop harping over O.T. (when earned and warranted) and CrAPS meetings. I attended Bt. 522's meeting a while back, and nearly died laughing. When the citizens were told that they have "1" beat car, you could've heard a pin drop. I don't know if they were expecting several cars, or marshall law. Priceless.
No but the Commander is responsible for the morale of the district. Everyone hates him. After putting out a to-from with 100 rules listed,( SCC where is that document ?) and treating us like 2 year olds,maybe you don't read the posts, from the 2 year old on this blog!!!!
Anonymous said... THE OTHER DAY IN 005 WE HAD A 10-1 WHERE THE RESIDENCE OF ALAGATOR-GARDENS BEGAN THROWING BOTTLES AND ROCKS AT THE POLICE. LOL! remember when housing was out in the garden's, and you asswipes wouldn't enter the garden's FOR NOTHING!!!! live with it!
BABING BA BANG, and we still won't enter it for NOTHING, why would we go in for NOTHING, no need to go in for nothing, LOL. Don't call us, wait for our call, stand by the fone.
way to go CLINE, for covering the S/W side!!A 14-year-old boy was shot and killed last night in the city's Brighton Park neighborhood on the Southwest Side, authorities said.2900 block of West 40th Street The victims were standing near a fast-food restaurant in the 7800 block of South Cottage Grove Avenue around 3 a.m. when two men wearing dark clothing approached and opened fire on them
By Jon HilkevitchTribune transportation reporterPublished July 12, 2006Chicago is looking for alternative sites to operate a heliport for police and fire helicopters, officials said Tuesday, ceding to neighbors who raised noise concerns about plans to base the facility just south of Navy Pier.I suggest, 3900 S Shore Drive. its a proven landing location.
Anonymous said... By Jon HilkevitchTribune transportation reporterPublished July 12, 2006Chicago is looking for alternative sites to operate a heliport for police and fire helicopters, officials said Tuesday, ceding to neighbors who raised noise concerns about plans to base the facility just south of Navy Pier.How about Meigs field? Oh thats right, the midget bulldozed it in the middle of the night to save us from terrorists.
So the city is going to move the helicopters once again? How mch money did they spend on the one down around 95th? The place has only got to be about 5 years old. Take a look at the Fitz. Maybe the money should come out of the mayors and the city planners checks for that bright idea
How many orders are on the LTs study list? (Today is the first day to sign up)Are there more than usual?Supposedly the first part will be multiple choice / out of 3 NOT 4 .. pick only A, B, or C .. Are they making it easier for the clout A-holes to pass part 1 so they can get a merit spot?
By Jon HilkevitchTribune transportation reporterPublished July 12, 2006Chicago is looking for alternative sites to operate a heliport for police and fire helicopters, officials said Tuesday, ceding to neighbors who raised noise concerns about plans to base the facility just south of Navy Pier.If I'm not mistaken,we once had a heliport on Lake Michigan,it was called MEIGS FIELD,fucking idiots!
To 12:43am....If you work in 016, why dont you go out and try to put a stop to the crime, instead your a dog ass trying to push the blame somewhere else, typical dog ass...Secondly, I work in 017 and I would take 1750 or 1790 over most Sgt's and Lt's on this dept. 1790 is old school, maybe sounds a bit funny, but he'd go to bat for ya in a second, and still loves to be involved..can't say that for most bosses. and 1750, the guy's great..leaves you alone, and trusts his guys/gals. Wouldn't hurt ya either. Get your shit straight before you start talking shit about the good bosses in 017. If you want someone to talk shit about, CAPT. KEVIN ANDERSON is FAIR GAME...now he's an ASSHAT!!!
Price will be the CO of 016 as long as he wants. Cline did not make him or put him there. His clout goes wayyyyyyyyyyyyyy back. He was blessed and ordained the day he got on the job.What else is new? The only thing thqat ever changes is the names. Price today, some other beneficiary tomorrow. Like the kid song says- this is the song that never ends.
telling the Superintendent how to run the department???No but the Commander is responsible for the morale of the district.----------------HAHAHAHAAAAAHAHAAAAHHAHAHAAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHHAAHAHAHHAHAHAAHAHAHAHAHAAHHHHAA
WHICH ONE OF THE BELOW CAN AFFORD A HOUSE IN A SAFE NEIGHBORHOOD IN CHICAGO??????1. Logging workersemployedMedian pay: $30,0802. Aircraft pilots and flight engineers Median pay: $135,430 – but may be much lower for commercial pilots.3. Fishers and related workers Median Pay: $28,2204. Structural iron and steel workers Median pay: $42,4105. Refuse and recyclable material collectors Median pay: $26,9506. Farmers and ranchersMedian pay: $38,6007. Roofers Median pay: $31,300 8. Electrical power-line installers and repairers Median pay: $49,7009. Driver/sales workers and truck drivers Truck driver median pay: $33,870 Driver/sales worker median pay: $20,32010. Taxi drivers and chauffeurs Median pay: $19,790OK I GUESS ONLY THE AIRLINE PILOT!
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What is all the bullshit going on at Midway??/ I retired from there now what? anyone know?? Coppers in trouble??
Look for the "meritorious" nominations for sergeant's for the class after Labor Day 06. Last class off the current list. Stay tuned.
I don't think Monique Bond is using collegan...I think she's embalmed!
05:06quit your bitching.not everyone gets to own a house....it's just your tough shit.you knew the pay scale when you took this job. you, sir, are part of the new generation that will not do as well as their parents.you are facing eroding pay and benifits combined with rapid price increases for just about everthing else. it's not your falt and there is really nothing you can do about it. you dreams and asperations have fallen victim to several mega trends beyond your control.try watching the boomers relaxing in retirement, it may calm you down and steel yourself to the fact that your life will suck compred to theirs.
This email was sent to the Mayor’s OfficeWith the series of abuses with the Water Department’s payroll scandal, I’m surprised no one has inspected/investigated the Chicago Police Department’s headquarters location. First, very few members are working full, consecutive eight hours shifts. If sworn members assigned administrative positions at 35th Street have the ability to swipe in when they arrive at work, why shouldn’t they be required to swipe out? Ironically, the civilian employees at 35th Street are required to swipe in and swipe out. What prevents a sworn member assigned to an administrative position at 35th Street to simply swipe out when they leave?Second, field personnel of the police department are scheduled to an 8 ½ hour shift, why are administrative positions of sworn personnel at 35th Street treated differently? For example, field personnel assigned to the 2nd Watch (days) work either 7 to 3:30 or 8 to 4:30. However, administrative positions of sworn members at 35th Street are scheduled to an 8 hour shift, 7 to 3, 8 to 4 or 9 to 5. Why are sworn personnel at 35th Street treated differently than field personnel? If sworn personnel assigned to administrative positions are treated different because their civilian counterparts work an 8 hour shift, then sworn personnel should be required to swipe out as their civilian counterparts? Further, Sergeants and Lieutenants are given an extra .75 hours each day of overtime. The original line of reasoning for the extra overtime (.50 before) was that Supervisors arrive early and stay late. However, with the ability of members to swipe in and swipe out, do Sergeants and Lieutenants actually arrive early and stay late? Are civilian Supervisors at 35th Street given an extra .75 hour under the same reasoning? Each year, each group has the ability to exchange 200 hours for money. The cost of such overtime is significant to the City. The City should ensure that these people of actually working such hours. If Sergeants, Lieutenants, Captains swipe in and swipe out, the City can determine whether the extra .75 hour per day is actually needed. When they exchange the hours for cash, they have committed a theft. If people demand the extra .75 of overtime each day or cite the contract, then simply make them work it.
Finally, someone who thinks that we should all swipe in and out. You sir, are an asshat. Enough said. If you don't like your job as a civilian, take the test or go get a typing job somewhere else.
HELP MEMy firearm is lodged in my holster...LMAO
7/13/2006 12:04:28 AM I'll bet that letter was sent "anonymously" too, you jealous, cowardly cunt!FYI: anonymous letters get put in the circular file.
Look for the "meritorious" nominations for sergeant's for the class after Labor Day 06. Last class off the current list. Stay tuned. I'm not the spelling/grammer po po but could you clarify if the class is going in right after Labor day or are they asking for the "nominations" then?
Finally, someone who thinks that we should all swipe in and outIts probably blonde in a bottle 1612.
Monique Bond is she black , she's a hottie I wouldn't mind taking a turn on that.
Sgt. Scooter is watching you......
7/12/2006 06:39:06 AM, YOUR ONLY THERE TO BE IN YOUR PARTNERS LAP, YOU DA MAN!.....SORRY, I THOUGH THIS WAS THE C.B. LOVER.