Monday, November 13, 2006


This bears repeating as we only heard about and published it on Saturday - one of our lowest average visitor days. It has already generated almost 140 comments and observations.

In Areas 4 and 5.

Until further notice, ALL JOBS dispatched will be handled by two 10-4 cars PLUS a Sergeant. This has extended to all watches. We're starting to hear that Sergeants are riding two or three deep with a regular Beat car. No one is riding 99 at all. The backlog has got to be in-freaking-credible by dinner time.

And we remind everyone that the Department published a out-and-out denial for the CO Book taking the media to task for releasing unsubstantiated rumors as fact.


Blogger leomemorial said...

So far this year, we have lost a total of 125 police officers. Almost half that number, from gunfire.

Tomorrow I'm sending out a letter to the Mayor/Supt Cline. Perhaps it won't doing anything, but we can't just sit here doing nothing.

On a positivr note, Mike aka "Jeep" from the CPD was nice enough to email pics from the Gold Star Park, and free parking is at:
Waldron Dr/Museum Campus Dr for one hour on Soldier Field non-event days. If you need a map, I can email it to SCC. If you notice the pic in my profile, a photo of the bricks in the park donated by your brothers/sisters of the NYPD...

11/13/2006 12:30:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...
For everyone who is always complaining about anything and everything on the CPD here are some good rules to live by while at work. Follow these and the 8 hours should go by really smooth:
___Rules defining relationships with other cops:
1. watch out for your partner 1st and the rest of the guys on the watch.
2. don't give up another copper.
3. grow some balls
4. be aggressive when you have to, but dont be too eager
5. hold up your end of the work
6. Don't trust the new guy until you have checked him out.
7 DON'T tell anbody else more than they have to know, it could be bad for you and it could be bad for them.
8. DOn't talk to much or too little. both are suspicious.
9. don't leave work for the next tour.
10. If you get caught somewhere you aren't supposed to be don't implicate anybody else.
11. Make sure the other guys on the watch if another cop is dangerous.

_____Rules when dealing with bosses:
1. protect your ass (if the system wants to get you they will)
2. don't make waves. Bosses pay attention to troublemakers
3. don't give them too much activity. Don't be too eager.
4. keep out of the way of any boss from outside your district.
5. don't look for favors just for yourself.
6. don't take on a boss by yourself
7. know what bosses you are working for (who is your sector sgt. or desk sgt.)
8 DON'T do bosses work for them
I love these rules! F*CK the NEW BREEDS!!!

11/13/2006 12:39:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

How many funerals will it take?

Before the City acknowledges that a creditable threat does in fact exist?

11/13/2006 01:33:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Here's somethin funny good old pam z checkin out how cpd meses with the hom. numbers, love every minute. She might want to check out federal money to 911 center i hope an audit will come forth.

11/13/2006 03:21:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This is off topic, I was going Eastbound on Belmont tonight And had a Sergeant from 025 stop me for not having my seatbelt on. I ID'd myself as a retired PO and got a lecture about that I should have my seatbelt on. This piece of shit was wearing a stocking cap. (out of uniform) We are talking about 2 man cars, and shortabes of po's. what is this shit all about????

11/13/2006 04:55:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Can you imagine a sgt doing his job? What the f? You never did your job , why should he?

11/13/2006 08:31:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Sorry you got the lecture, hope he at least gave you a courtesy pass on the citation, i've always believed that you can lecture me or cite me BUT better not do both or i'll drag your name through the mud!..also stocking caps are nearing approval or have already been (not sure because i've been off IOD). Enjoy retirement!

11/13/2006 08:38:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

If you believe Pam Zekman is off base let her know. Her e-mail address is

She did do a number of the Detective Division years ago with her "Killing Crime" exposes.

11/13/2006 08:51:00 AM  
Blogger kwas9811 said...

This has been a long time coming. One man cars on midnights, primary beat cars downed, wagon as a beat car. God forbid anyone tell the truth and the accountability meetings. Manpower shortages cannot be used as an excuse, not even mentioned, so as not to upset Phil & Co. Patrol will canvas the area after burglary reports (oops sorry that's a theft from building handed now) so that the very short handed Dets can cut that step from their follow-ups.
But alas, we must work one man cars and handle jobs 99. If we don't then the "well then we have to cancel CU, no one can have off", is thrown at us. WC's are able to do this because no one wants to appear to be the bad guy. We either screw ourselves or screw our co-workers.
Just remember, while sgt's bid for their watch, some do not, lt's don't, capt's don't, they are on a watch at the whim of the commander, who is a commander at the whim of someone else, etc etc etc. They'll screw you to get what they want....

11/13/2006 08:59:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

You certainly didn't need a lcture. Seat belts are the law but let's face it-they're mostly an option. It's your choice to spend your pension on a feeding tube when some nitwit head ons you in your car. As for the stocking cap-if it's the new CPD stocking cap-it is regulation. If the Sgt is a piece of shit it isn't because of his cap. Oh, and lighten up.

11/13/2006 09:37:00 AM  
Blogger Have it Better Than Most (I guess) said...

TO: 11/13/2006 04:55:23 AM

I'm not going to go on a rant about this, but as you said you ARE retired...The stocking cap is approved now. Guess cline figured 1) they are wearing all kinds of knit caps, might as well make it one style and
2) the younger officers won't wear the "Rocky and Bullwinkle" hat....

11/13/2006 09:37:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

this is off topic, but D.Mcee really quit the dicks class?

11/13/2006 09:41:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Did anyone read the article in the Sun Times yesterday about the jewelry thieves arrested inside the jewelry store on Milwaukee Avenue.
It took the owner three calls to 911 and thirty minutes for a car to respond.
That is way too long and is indicative of the manpower cuts the Districts have taken.

11/13/2006 09:42:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Three Chicago Streets and Sanitation Department employees could be fired -- including one whose name appears on the once-secret "clout list" -- a fourth has resigned and two more have been suspended for allegedly participating in a payroll scam in the Northwest Side's 45th Ward.

After a months-long undercover surveillance by the city inspector general's office, laborers Daniel Degnan and Michelle Allison and truck driver Scott Lorentz are accused of routinely working a three- or five-hour workday when they were supposed to be on the clock for eight hours.

Truck driver Robert Williams allegedly participated in the scam, but for a shorter period of time, after Degnan and Allison were transferred to Williams' garbage truck. Williams has been suspended for 60 days.

Refuse collection coordinator Louis Nava, who was supposed to be supervising the employees, resigned earlier this year after being interviewed by city investigators. Ward Supt. Nicholas Slywczuk was suspended for five days.

11/13/2006 10:20:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Who was the Sgt.?+

11/13/2006 10:41:00 AM  
Blogger wagonman said...

to 12:39

Wise rules but I didn't get #9.
Probably my being obtuse-----yet again

11/13/2006 10:46:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Like I said...I was amazed that the city even reacted to the threat of the vice lords uniting with the gd's or whoever to kill a Chicago Police Officer.

I was even more amazed when I saw Chicago Police Officers standing in the street this weekend doing seat belt enforcement. Joke of a department.

11/13/2006 10:56:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey, anonymous (4:55:23 AM) WEAR YOUR SEATBELT! My guess is, you e-mailed the blog right after you got home. Getting home so late (or early), my guess is you might have had a few pops as well. THAT might have been the real reason for the lecture. You probably did some other things that brought you to that Sgts' attention. At least you made it home. Who knows, it might have been a wake up call for you!

11/13/2006 11:29:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

just wear your fucking seatbelt it does save lives

and by the way stocking caps are part of uniform now

11/13/2006 11:42:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

11/13/2006 04:55:23 AM

Stocking caps are authorized now.

11/13/2006 12:18:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This piece of shit was wearing a stocking cap.
11/13/2006 04:55:23 AM

the stocking cap with the star/checkerboard on it has been approved.

11/13/2006 12:22:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

To 11/13/2006 04:55:23 AM
New order states that stocking cap is uniform if it is the department approved style. It has a checkerboard and star on the front. FYI

11/13/2006 12:31:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Cancelled as of 1149 today.

11/13/2006 12:42:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Just remember, while sgt's bid for their watch, some do not, lt's don't, capt's don't, they are on a watch at the whim of the commander, who is a commander at the whim of someone else, etc etc etc. They'll screw you to get what they want....

Lts bid for watches. One bid, one management per watch.

11/13/2006 12:52:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Top 10 rules for being a good cop:

10. Stop your fucking whining and start doing your job.
9. Look professional. You look like a bunch of fucking slobs with your tie undone, shirt wrinkled and boots that have not been shined in 5 years.
8. Get rid of the bad police mustaches. 90% of all police officers that have mustaches look like they should star in a 70's porno.
7. Stop thinking your such tough guys. Most of you grew up in the suburbs and now want to let the rest of us know what it is like to deal with the gang bangers.
6. Get fucking educated. At least learn to write a coherent thought on a case report. I hope they come out with automated arrest soon if only for the spell check.
5. Go home after work. More to life than this job. Stop getting all liquored up talking about your war stories to the rest of the police losers at the bar after work.
4. Stop decorating your car with police paraphernalia. FOP medallions, hatbands, ticket books in the window!!! Park legally like 99% of the rest of us and you don’t have to have your car looking like the police goof you are.
3. The real police can be aggressive and lock-up a ton shitheads without getting a lot of C.R. numbers.
2. You are a bunch of fucking Phat fucks!!! Lose some weight, especially the ladies, exercise a little and stop eating at the place that gives you the most food for the least amount of money.
1. I don’t give a shit about how your daddy used to police. Yeah, yeah, your daddy beat the shit out of protestors in 1968 and everyone respected him. Fuck that! Just police the way you were taught--that is right, I'm telling you NOT to forget everything they taught you in the academy--and go home to your family.

11/13/2006 01:16:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Off Topic: Tonight should be interesting after the Ten O'clock news on #2 is over with. I think Cline should consider other jobs or something else to do. He has been preaching about how well he has done with crime, it turns out he is just hiding it. Did he pass the ethics test. Malloy and Cline have wore out there welcome. Both have way too much power, they decide who stays and who goes, who gets promoted and who does not. There are units on this department that you can not get promoted out of, because they "say so". There are Lt's, Sgt's, and patrolman who used to work and for what ever reason ended up in these units and now are told that Malloy and Cline will not promote you because you happen to be in a certain unit, or still in a district and have not done anything recently. Most of us came on the job to advance, and now were told we are not good enough. Time to Go !

11/13/2006 01:57:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Per Charlie Williams,as of 1st watch 13 NOV, sergeants no longer have to be sent on each job.

11/13/2006 01:57:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Off Topic:

Captains will be made shortly, expect 5 or 6 within a week or so.

11/13/2006 02:02:00 PM  
Blogger Doubter said...

"This is off topic, I was going Eastbound on Belmont tonight And had a Sergeant from 025 stop me for not having my seatbelt on."

The Doubter has probably been retired a lot longer, so there's two things here he doesn't understand:

A. A sergeant making traffic stops? Do sergeants have ticket books? When did that start?

B. what about Code of Criminal Procedure 5/108-1 (2). I know it comes under search and seizure, but nevertheless it specifically says:

No motor vehicle . . . shall be stopped . . . by any law enforcement officer solely on the basis of a violation of 12-603.1 of the Illinois Vehicle Code(the seat belt statute.)

Am I missing something? Just curious.

11/13/2006 02:15:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

And who gives a shit if he was wearing a stocking cap apporved or not-- its cold ya whiny biotch! 50-1 odds says seeing how late you posted-- you reeked of a tavern anyway. Just buckle up boozy!

11/13/2006 02:19:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Judging by the ball-rubbers sticking up for the sgt on the traffic stop, this dept. is more F&*#$@d then I realized.

Any sworn member that messes with other p.o.'s sworn or retired
is a jag.
Conversely, any off-duty or retired p.o. that gives on duty police a hard time is a bigger jag.

11/13/2006 02:55:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

...Just remember, while sgt's bid for their watch, some do not, lt's don't, capt's don't, they are on a watch at the whim of the commander, who is a commander at the whim of someone else, etc etc etc. They'll screw you to get what they want...

Lts do bid for watches.

11/13/2006 03:21:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

what are you a fucking that's the first time a sgt gave you a lecture........i've been lectured by officers on traffic stops........shit happens, suck it up....lose the ego....a pissing match gets you a ticket and you'll almost always be on the losing end....once i see a star and i.d. i just give the usual be safe, and walk away....unless the guy really needs a ride home......because i know one day your gonna be my guardian angel when im wrestling with dude on a t-stop.....remember there are a lot of dicks on this job....they'll get what's coming to them....till then everyone stay safe....

11/13/2006 05:37:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Didn't that "robbery" in the jewelry store take place in 014?
30 minute repsonse? No surprise there! I'm even willing to bet it was a white shirt who got there first!

11/13/2006 05:43:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

First and foremost...
[Being on topic that is]

That order was officially rescinded as of today, 13 November 06. It was originally initiated because of the notorious threats from the "New Breed and Gangster Disciples" to kill a pre-determined number of CPD members based upon the shoot-out where 2 New Breed were [justifiably] shot by the CPD coupled with further intelligence which added credibility to the threats. Like the Dept. or not, at least they took some proactive actions on this instead of reactive actions.
Initially in Area 4 & 5 [implemented] but Citywide [notified]
{better safe than sorry}

Incidently, the [new] knit skull caps are now officially authorized with a few exceptions.
1 Nov thru late April
Not with wool [dress] uniforms
Not with tie
NO variations [cocked, backwards etc]
Temp. restrictions, I think it was 40 degrees or below.

While not necessarilly the best looking [mimics the b.b. cap] when you're out there on a detail and it's cold, especially your ears, you'll realize it's NOT a fashion contest but more of a survival item.
Prices/quality vary. We even hear of people selling them and giving a donation to the Chicago Police Memorial. Nothing verified to date.
My opinion is it's a cheap piece of 'insurance' to fold into your jacket pocket. That 'one fire or traffic control detail' when it's freezing, will pay for itself.
Stay safe.

11/13/2006 06:30:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


11/13/2006 07:28:00 PM  
Blogger Schicklegroover said...

How ironic. On the way home tonite I got pulled over by a seat-belted Sgt. who lectured me for not wearing my CPD knit cap!
Whoa!! Glavin!!!!

11/13/2006 07:51:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Anyone know if the stocking cap has been approved?

11/13/2006 08:34:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

God forbid if a lone officer is killed in the line of duty due to the policies and inaction of Daley, Cline and his Kool-Aid hacks.

They will have the officer's blood on their hands.

11/13/2006 08:57:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

yes, you are missing something....we can stop a vehicle just for the driver and or passenger not wearing a seat's good p/c. so i guess you really have'nt been around for awhile.

11/13/2006 09:44:00 PM  
Blogger Have it Better Than Most (I guess) said...

TO Doubter:

Check again Seatbelt violation is a primary offense in the State of Illinois, great P.C. Having said that there is nothing that says a SGT can't stop, also nothing that says a SGT can't write you.... They just opt not to for some reason.

11/13/2006 10:11:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Can I tell you wher I wear my CPD knit cap ?

11/13/2006 10:32:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Doubter- the word in that section of Crim Pro is now "searched," not "stopped." You may stop a car for no seatbelt-just not search it without more.

11/13/2006 10:33:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

hey doubter, pop open that wallet and get an ILCS book from this decade.

11/13/2006 10:38:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The Big Expose' As usual , all hot air and no real facts.

Homicides are not hidden, no matter how hard the fool in area 5 keeps bleating that they are.

The figures are correct, bad, but correct.
Next case!

11/13/2006 10:39:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

How does the city explain WBBM-TV's Pam Zekman's charge that autopsy protocols by the office of the medical examiner have EIGHTY MORE criminal homicides than the CPD is willing to report?

How can the Detective Division carry cases as either naturals or mere death investigations when medical evidence indicates murder?

Any specifics on homicide clearance rates by area?

Perhaps Chief Maher can explain.

11/13/2006 10:51:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

All the detective bosses are provided with woodchippers for "garden use".

11/13/2006 10:57:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

SEE PAM ZEKMAN??? Homocide #"s??
The city/management have been reclassifying crime for years, nothing new. Now it's out there!
Hire more police!!!

11/13/2006 11:05:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Who just saw the Pam Zekman piece on the CBS evening news?

I don't know what brass bonehead allowed the Deputy Chief of Dics to be interviewed on television. Wow. Whoever made that call should have their Blackberry confiscated!

The ignorance of the brass to tell PATHOLOGISTS in the Medical Examiner Office how someone died. Funny, I thought it was the job of DOCTORS, not police brass whose careers hinge on homicide numbers, to determine the cause of death.

Then when she pinned him down he ended the interview! Hilarious.

11/13/2006 11:08:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

In Terms of Safety, does anybody know whenthe New Handguns are going to be approved?? Which ones made the cut??

11/13/2006 11:11:00 PM  
Blogger leftisthebest said...

The Zekman report was all smoke and mirrors and no substance. I thought Chasden did a fine job when questioned by Zekman. It was a good move to put on him rather than the Chief of Detectives.

What about the guy whose brother's death was ruled non-criminal. The M.E. it was a homicide because, among other things, he had a bloody mouth/tongue. The victim's brother said, "those guys (M.E.) go to school and the police is the police."

Also they pointed out a beat officer made a case a homicide which was later reversed by the detective's investigation.

11/13/2006 11:27:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

That order has been recinded as of 1800 hrs....13 November...back to normal....if it was such a threat...why are we back to normal now that the higher ups are back at the puzzle palace after a weekend of binge drinking?? We haven't heard any answers as to why everything is back to normal....and we haven't heard where the so called intelligence came from...give me an AR15 or a Remington 870...I'll watch myself just fine..

11/13/2006 11:57:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The medical examiner makes the final determination in determining cause and manner of death.

If the CPD comes up with additional evidence to contradict the findings of the M/E, the latter will reconsider their determination.

The CPD can't just arbitrarily sweep 80 criminal homicides under the carpet. The city must abide by the determination of the M/E.

11/14/2006 12:14:00 AM  
Anonymous ex-homicide dick said...

It's Dr. Donoghue's call on suspicious unnatural deaths.

The CPD must abide with the findings of the Medical Examiner. PERIOD!

I'm flabbergasted that the Detective Division actually attempted to justify this outrage with Zekman.

11/14/2006 12:27:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

As I recall, Zekman did an expose many years ago re: the CPD, that dealt with "killing crime", when the Det. Div. routinely reclassified crimes from active to unfounded (couldn't find/contact the victim, etc.). At some point thereafter, the media did an expose about "no cars available" (the CPD not having enough available cars to handle the calls). Anyway, the CPD prohibited the use of those words, choosing to use the phrase RAP ("radio assignments pending"); and of course, most districts are in a "RAP" from March until November....meaning that there are still no cars available, in many districts, on most days and nights. Meaning: many officers, based on HQ deployment orders, are chasing the dope (kind of like a dog chasing its tail), while a small number of officers try and contend with an ever increasing call workload, and the citizens get shortchanged....big time.

11/14/2006 12:47:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Believe it or not retired PO
The stocking cap is now a real uniform
I know because I asked

another retired PO

11/14/2006 02:14:00 AM  
Blogger Doubter said...

Re. stops for seat belt use, thanks to all who set me straight. I checked the current statute again.(Sorry for not taking your word for it, but I am The Doubter.)

I always say, if you can't get the straight dope on SCC, where can you get it?

By the way, I don't care if the Sgt. wears a stocking cap or a party hat, I'm just glad he's out there working.

11/14/2006 08:26:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The M.E. can clasify a death as a homicide. The M.E. can not clasify it as a Murder. Sometimes the M.E. wont make a dertermination pending police investigation. I can't see dicks playing with the numbers. Why do care about stats?

11/14/2006 08:31:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

11:27 PM

Stick to your knowledge of traffic laws, leftisthebest.

You're in way over your head.

11/14/2006 09:04:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The M.E. can clasify a death as a homicide. The M.E. can not clasify it as a Murder. Sometimes the M.E. wont make a dertermination pending police investigation. I can't see dicks playing with the numbers. Why do care about stats?

11/14/2006 08:31:53 AM

you must not be the police... the det's wouldn't but they would be ordered by thier det sgt to.. shit comes down hill

11/14/2006 11:44:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Been a sergeant four years, total time on job 20. I never stopped a older M/2 solely for an apparent seatbelt violation. I'll bet my pussy compatriot from 25 never stopped a M/1 for any reason..

11/14/2006 02:09:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

anyone know the GO# for the new cap... i haven't seen it and i can't find it.... and the w/c isn't on board yet, he was yelling at people today... i need some proof to show him...

11/14/2006 04:37:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...
Been a sergeant four years, total time on job 20. I never stopped a older M/2 solely for an apparent seatbelt violation. I'll bet my pussy compatriot from 25 never stopped a M/1 for any reason..

11/14/2006 02:09:55 PM

Oh shut the fuck up SARGE! The only thing the 025th District Sarge did that might have been a lil over the top was LECTURE the old-timer, and he probably didn't even do that.

I worked in a shit hole district for a while and, I admit, I didn't hammer enough shit-heads with movers, but I don't feel too bad because I hammered them with felony cases.

I looked down on other coppers that enforced traffic violations, especially in slower districts, and even more so if they hammered "the working class."

I now work in a unit and I have to tell you, I'm sick and tired of pulling over the "working class," coppers' family members, and those "friendly yuppies that wave at you," and letting them off with lectures and warnings. Sometimes lessons are best learned the hard way and, unfortunately, writing movers is not one of my assigned duties.

Guess what "working coppers," these "citizens" were ALL driving like ghetto rat assholes.

So, to all my fellow PO's that are stuck in patrol and are handing out movers on a regular basis, I salute you! Especially you coppers working in my neighborhood. FUCK these assholes bandwagonning on our professional courtesy.

I thank you in advance for giving my family a play and I thank you for writing up the fuckers that drive around like they have lights and sirens on their personal vehicle.

11/14/2006 05:46:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Stocking Caps are approved. The C/O in 017 had a hissy fit about it. Hey "Commander"! Try directing traffic at 3 in the morning at a traffic accident when its 3 below and snowing, and tell me we don't need a stocking cap. I doubt I'll see you there.

Me hears third watch Sgt. also encouraged the watch to buy the caps and wear them to the Xmas party, as if anyone will be going!

11/14/2006 07:34:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

When I get stopped out in 022 for traffic violations, I just pony up with a double sawbuck and everything's fine! Thank God there's no CRIME in 022!

11/14/2006 08:08:00 PM  
Anonymous alice said...

I remember the good old days, when the citizens all admitted to going $20.00 over the speed limit, and never gave any lip to us

11/14/2006 08:29:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

c/o in 017 is an asshat, no pun intended.

11/15/2006 05:01:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

anyone know the GO# for the new cap... i haven't seen it and i can't find it.... and the w/c isn't on board yet, he was yelling at people today... i need some proof to show him...

11/14/2006 04:37:04 PM


Post your District and your watch and I will send copies of the knit hat uniform specification in the police mail to the watch secretary.

11/15/2006 08:39:00 AM  

<< Home

Newer Posts.......................... ..........................Older Posts