California highway Patrol Tow Contracts
Posted in the Baldwin Park Forum
#1 Jul 13, 2011
The California Legislature declares that it is important to the public safety that tow truck drivers, who perform freeway service patrol
operations under agreement with any specified public transportation planning entity, do not have criminal records which include violent crimes against persons.
My question is Why does the California Highway patrol award towing contracts with owners that have felony criminal convictions.
Cazlifornia legislators have defined "Tow truck driver" as a person who operates a tow truck, who renders towing service or emergency road service to motorists
"towing service" and "emergency road service" have the same meaning as defined in Section 2436.
For the purpose of conducting criminal history and driver history checks of any California Highway Patrol rotation tow truck operator, the commissioner may utilize the California Law Enforcement Telecommunications System (CLETS).
The Department of Justice shall develop a procedure whereby it will notify the requesting law enforcement agency if the person fingerprinted has been convicted of any of the specified crimes or is
convicted of a specified crime subsequent to employment or beginning operation of a tow service. The Department of Justice shall release
the requested information to the requesting agency.
#2 Jul 13, 2011
It is clear that the laws of this state enacted by our legislators require a criminal background check for both tow truck drivers and tow company owner and operators.
Why is it that the California Highway Patrol continues to contract with Royal Coaches towing.
Why is it that Baldwin Park, Azusa and West Covina contract with Royal Coaches towing.
The Owner of Royal Coaches admitted under oath at my trespassing trial that he has Felony convictions.
#3 Jul 13, 2011
Baldwin Park, Azusa, West Covina, and the California Highway Patrol.
Do you really think its a good idea to impound a vehicle and place it in safe keeping with a tow company who has felony criminal convictions.
AM I MISSING SOMETHING HERE.
#4 Jul 13, 2011
Does any one remember that Royal Coaches was fined for gating off two public streets and using them for their own commercial purpose. How about the stolen electricity, what about the illegal dumping of run off in to the city sewer system. Or the 50 cell phones and personal property removed from impounded vehicles that Royal Coaches sold at yard sales. Or the demolition of 12 houses with out permits.
How can the California Highway Patrol, the city of Azusa, West Covina and Baldwin Park possibly justify compromising Public Safety by contracting with criminals.
#5 Jul 14, 2011
Well I guess crime does pay If you choose the California Highway Patrol, The city of Azusa, West Covina and Baldwin Park to partner up with.
I expect this from Corrupt Baldwin Park.
But it is out of character for the California Highway Patrol who has long been recognized as the premiere law enforcement organization in the state of California.
#6 Jul 14, 2011
My sources say that marlen Is looking for money from certain tow boys for upcoming election and for a future building approval on some empty concrete. I certainly hope J/S doesn't make a fatal mistake since everything has been so quite lately.
#7 Jul 14, 2011
I guess we will see how good their screening is when the new contracts come out. If they already did the new contracts then a report is going to have to be filed on this new evidence that the CHP just happened to miss. I would begin to wonder was there inside doings because from my understanding this life checks are very good.
To tow in Baldwin Park all that is required is money to certain city council members like the Garcia twins and Lozano and then grease the
city general fund and city manager.
To tow in West Covina you see Touhey
To tow in Irwindale it is Breceda
It is a slimey business if the wrong people fall for the pay me for business routine.
#8 Jul 14, 2011
Yes but we should expect more from the California Highway patrol. They are charged with protecting the Governor and our legislators. You would think they they would follow the laws and have respect for what our legislators declare.
The California Legislature declares that it is important to the public safety that tow truck drivers, who perform freeway service patrol operations under agreement with any specified public transportation planning entity, do not have criminal records which include violent crimes against persons.
#9 Jul 14, 2011
You can not let a fox guard a hen house. And you can not place a citizens personal property in safe keeping with a tow company who has felony criminal convictions
In the Baldwin Park, Azusa, and West Covina area. If a citizen has an accident on the way to the bank with a deposit that he has put under the front seat or glove box and is taken to the hospital by ambulance. Your property including your deposit is in the hands of convicted criminals.
Good luck getting it back.
This is why our legislators decided to protect the citizens. And the California Highway Patrol and other law abiding law enforcement organizations are charged with the task of protecting the citizens.
Law enforcement and convicted criminals make strange bed partners. And that partnership is not in the best interest of the motoring public.
#10 Jul 14, 2011
Maybe we should change their name to Criminal Highway Patrol
#11 Jul 15, 2011
Hey didn't they just convict a Walnut Sheriff from stealing over a half a million dollars in tow money that nobody missed for years. This towing scam is big business and worth hundreds of millions of dollars and we are trusting convicted felons? Hell the sworn to protect boys can't even keep their hands off of it. I wonder who can we trust anymore the politicians steal our money and the law enforcement people can't be trusted either.
#12 Jul 16, 2011
I wonder is there inside dealings going on with these tow company's and CHP departments. It seems nobody wants to check the special tow company who is right in their backyard. I wonder could we have another Walnut sheriffs scandal brewing. This is going to require some research.
#13 Oct 17, 2011
WOW Bobs towing steals one cell phone and the California Highway Patrol throws the book at them.
Royal Coaches steals 50 cell phones and the California Highway Patrol simply looks the other way.
I guess Old Bob didn't think of sharing the profits like Royal Coaches does.
There has to be a reason why the Baldwin Park office of the California highway patrol completely ignores their policy of contracting with CRIMINALS.
The owner of Royal Coaches has been convicted of multiple felonies. Yet the California Highway Patrol continues to contract with them.
Our cars are impounded for safe keeping and placed in the hands of criminals.
Hey Bob sue the C H P for singling you out and treating you differently.
#14 Oct 18, 2011
Hey attention all tow truck drivers who have lost their job because you have a criminal history.
Apply at Royal Coaches for a job.
Its the only tow company in California that the Highway Patrol bends the rules for.
Its amazing what a pay off can do to a fine organization.
#15 Oct 19, 2011
The only logical reason that the California Highway Patrol ignores their policy not to contract with criminals and allows drivers with criminal records to respond to their calls is kick back money.
Some one down at Baldwin Park office of the California Highway Patrol is on the take.
Show them, the money and Good Public Policy is out the window
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