Former Deputy Constable Pct.4 arreste...

Former Deputy Constable Pct.4 arrested for faking training

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Dynamite Dynamite

San Antonio, TX

#1 Jan 15, 2013
Former Pct.4 Deputy Constable arrested for falsifying training attendance for favoring other deputies who never show up & reporting it to Texas Commission on Law Enforcement Officer Standards and Education.

For more information read the link below.

http://www.woai.com/content/blogs/briancollis... .
shat

Denver, CO

#2 Jan 16, 2013
So?
Sammy

San Antonio, TX

#3 Jan 16, 2013
I read the WOAI article. A few months ago, a news article about Bexar County reserve officers working security for Sheriff Ortiz said that reserve officers could not work side jobs per Texas law. How do the Constables get away with making their deputies work the MLK parade, golden gloves, etc? Are they exempt? Aren’t the Texas Rangers invetigating Ortiz for this? The DA needs to look into this matter also.
Cleto

San Antonio, TX

#4 Jan 16, 2013
Sammy wrote:
I read the WOAI article. A few months ago, a news article about Bexar County reserve officers working security for Sheriff Ortiz said that reserve officers could not work side jobs per Texas law. How do the Constables get away with making their deputies work the MLK parade, golden gloves, etc? Are they exempt? Aren’t the Texas Rangers invetigating Ortiz for this? The DA needs to look into this matter also.
You need to send in a fax or email to the Texas Rangers & DA's Office asking them why is the Sheriff's Office being investigated for the same thing the Constables been doing for years. Last month Harris County Constable Pct.6 Victor Trevino got indicted for making his reserve and paid deputies sale fund raiser tickets,making the reserves work special functions under duress, or lose their commission. Is Bexar County Constables exempt from illegal political practices.
Cleto

San Antonio, TX

#5 Jan 16, 2013
Sammy wrote:
I read the WOAI article. A few months ago, a news article about Bexar County reserve officers working security for Sheriff Ortiz said that reserve officers could not work side jobs per Texas law. How do the Constables get away with making their deputies work the MLK parade, golden gloves, etc? Are they exempt? Aren’t the Texas Rangers invetigating Ortiz for this? The DA needs to look into this matter also.
Sammy ,read this link! This will be very helpful information to you. If you want to bring it to the Texas Rangers and DA's attention.

http://abclocal.go.com/ktrk/story... .
shove it

San Antonio, TX

#6 Jan 17, 2013
You people don't know what you're talking about.
Ranger Joe

San Antonio, TX

#7 Jan 17, 2013
shove it wrote:
You people don't know what you're talking about.
It's not "you people" talking. It's the District Attorney that stated that Texas law prohibits reserve law enforcemnt officers from working side jobs, like the MLK parade,special events, and fund rasiers for the constables. If you are one of the constables. the Rangers know about you and are watching.
Cleto

San Antonio, TX

#8 Jan 17, 2013
Ranger Joe wrote:
<quoted text>
It's not "you people" talking. It's the District Attorney that stated that Texas law prohibits reserve law enforcemnt officers from working side jobs, like the MLK parade,special events, and fund rasiers for the constables. If you are one of the constables. the Rangers know about you and are watching.
Are you going to the MLK march Monday? Guess you're gonna have your camcorder with you and also troubleshooters from WOAI TV beating KSAT defenders & Eyewitness wants to know with Fox SA the caboose filming the reserve deputies under duress working the MLK march.
shove it

San Antonio, TX

#9 Jan 17, 2013
I'm shaking in my boots! You still are ignorant.
shove it

San Antonio, TX

#10 Jan 17, 2013
You obviously don't know the law on this and are confused on this issue.
Ranger Joe

San Antonio, TX

#11 Jan 17, 2013
shove it wrote:
You obviously don't know the law on this and are confused on this issue.
"If an idiot were to tell you the same story every day for a year, you would end by believing it."

Horace Mann
Sammy

San Antonio, TX

#12 Jan 17, 2013
The following is the text of a letter to Bob Lew, Constable of Precinct 3, Bexar County, Texas from Steve Hilbig, Criminal District Attorney of Bexar County, Texas.

August 14, 1997
Honorable Bob Lew, Constable, Precinct 3, San Antonio, TX 78217
Dear Constable Lew,
I have enclosed a copy of Attorney General Letter Opinion 97-069, dated July 25, 1997, which addresses the use of deputy constables, both regular and reserve, to provide security at events sponsored by separate governmental or private entities and for which they receive additional compensation. The opinion speaks for itself and essentially states as follows:
1. A regular or reserve deputy constable may not perform any act in his capacity as a reserve or regular deputy constable in exchange for any type of compensation from another governmental or private entity including a contribution to a deputy constables’ association;
2. A Constable may not deploy regular or reserve deputy constables to perform acts in their capacity as deputies in exchange for any additional compensation, and;
3. If a Constable or deputy constable, regular or reserve, provides security services while off-duty for compensation, they must comply with the Texas Board of Private Investigators and Private Security Agencies Act.
If you have any questions about the opinion, please contact me.
Sincerely,
Steven C. Hilbig, Criminal District Attorney, Bexar County, Texas
----------
Summary
A regular or reserve deputy constable may not perform official duties in exchange for any type of additional consideration from another governmental or private entity, including contribution to a deputy constables’ association, nor may a constable deploy regular or reserve deputy constables to perform official duties in exchange for any type of additional consideration. A constable may merely inform regular, full-time deputy constables of opportunities for off-duty security employment, but both the constable and the deputy constables will be subject to the Texas Board of Private Investigators and Private Security Agencies Act, V.T.C.S. Art. 4413(29bb), if the constable does so pursuant to a contractual agreement or does so for any type of consideration. A constable is not authorized to call a reserve deputy constable into service for the purpose of providing security for a separate governmental or private entity unless the deputy constable does so to preserve the peace and enforce the law within the scope of his or her official duties.
Yours very truly,
Mary R. Crouter, Assistant Attorney General
Anton Chigurh

San Antonio, TX

#13 Jan 18, 2013
Sammy wrote:
The following is the text of a letter to Bob Lew, Constable of Precinct 3, Bexar County, Texas from Steve Hilbig, Criminal District Attorney of Bexar County, Texas.
August 14, 1997
Honorable Bob Lew, Constable, Precinct 3, San Antonio, TX 78217
Dear Constable Lew,
I have enclosed a copy of Attorney General Letter Opinion 97-069, dated July 25, 1997, which addresses the use of deputy constables, both regular and reserve, to provide security at events sponsored by separate governmental or private entities and for which they receive additional compensation. The opinion speaks for itself and essentially states as follows:
1. A regular or reserve deputy constable may not perform any act in his capacity as a reserve or regular deputy constable in exchange for any type of compensation from another governmental or private entity including a contribution to a deputy constables’ association;
2. A Constable may not deploy regular or reserve deputy constables to perform acts in their capacity as deputies in exchange for any additional compensation, and;
3. If a Constable or deputy constable, regular or reserve, provides security services while off-duty for compensation, they must comply with the Texas Board of Private Investigators and Private Security Agencies Act.
If you have any questions about the opinion, please contact me.
Sincerely,
Steven C. Hilbig, Criminal District Attorney, Bexar County, Texas
----------
Summary
A regular or reserve deputy constable may not perform official duties in exchange for any type of additional consideration from another governmental or private entity, including contribution to a deputy constables’ association, nor may a constable deploy regular or reserve deputy constables to perform official duties in exchange for any type of additional consideration. A constable may merely inform regular, full-time deputy constables of opportunities for off-duty security employment, but both the constable and the deputy constables will be subject to the Texas Board of Private Investigators and Private Security Agencies Act, V.T.C.S. Art. 4413(29bb), if the constable does so pursuant to a contractual agreement or does so for any type of consideration. A constable is not authorized to call a reserve deputy constable into service for the purpose of providing security for a separate governmental or private entity unless the deputy constable does so to preserve the peace and enforce the law within the scope of his or her official duties.
Yours very truly,
Mary R. Crouter, Assistant Attorney General
Thats what everybody says. I usually settle it by flipping a coin, call it...Heads you march, Tails you stay home and Bar-B-Que.
Cleto

San Antonio, TX

#14 Jan 18, 2013
Anton Chigurh wrote:
<quoted text> Thats what everybody says. I usually settle it by flipping a coin, call it...Heads you march, Tails you stay home and Bar-B-Que.
Pct.4 Deputies be careful, Bosco and the Lt are monitoring this website to see who they can track. Go to a pawn shop or flea market and buy a used tablet and do it from a open wifi from being undetected.
Big Wangus

San Antonio, TX

#15 Jan 24, 2013
Cleto wrote:
<quoted text>Pct.4 Deputies be careful, Bosco and the Lt are monitoring this website to see who they can track. Go to a pawn shop or flea market and buy a used tablet and do it from a open wifi from being undetected.
I sit in Starbucks and use their Wi-Fi to monitor this thread. I feel sorry for all the Support Officers who work these functions under duress. You can see it again tomorrow at the Cowboy Breakfest!
Cleto

San Antonio, TX

#16 Jan 24, 2013
Sammy wrote:
The following is the text of a letter to Bob Lew, Constable of Precinct 3, Bexar County, Texas from Steve Hilbig, Criminal District Attorney of Bexar County, Texas.
August 14, 1997
Honorable Bob Lew, Constable, Precinct 3, San Antonio, TX 78217
Dear Constable Lew,
I have enclosed a copy of Attorney General Letter Opinion 97-069, dated July 25, 1997, which addresses the use of deputy constables, both regular and reserve, to provide security at events sponsored by separate governmental or private entities and for which they receive additional compensation. The opinion speaks for itself and essentially states as follows:
1. A regular or reserve deputy constable may not perform any act in his capacity as a reserve or regular deputy constable in exchange for any type of compensation from another governmental or private entity including a contribution to a deputy constables’ association;
2. A Constable may not deploy regular or reserve deputy constables to perform acts in their capacity as deputies in exchange for any additional compensation, and;
3. If a Constable or deputy constable, regular or reserve, provides security services while off-duty for compensation, they must comply with the Texas Board of Private Investigators and Private Security Agencies Act.
If you have any questions about the opinion, please contact me.
Sincerely,
Steven C. Hilbig, Criminal District Attorney, Bexar County, Texas
----------
Summary
A regular or reserve deputy constable may not perform official duties in exchange for any type of additional consideration from another governmental or private entity, including contribution to a deputy constables’ association, nor may a constable deploy regular or reserve deputy constables to perform official duties in exchange for any type of additional consideration. A constable may merely inform regular, full-time deputy constables of opportunities for off-duty security employment, but both the constable and the deputy constables will be subject to the Texas Board of Private Investigators and Private Security Agencies Act, V.T.C.S. Art. 4413(29bb), if the constable does so pursuant to a contractual agreement or does so for any type of consideration. A constable is not authorized to call a reserve deputy constable into service for the purpose of providing security for a separate governmental or private entity unless the deputy constable does so to preserve the peace and enforce the law within the scope of his or her official duties.
Yours very truly,
Mary R. Crouter, Assistant Attorney General
Watch out Bosco & Lt.Kempker! After the Texas Rangers are through investigating the Sheriff's Office reserves and makes some arrest,they are going after all the Constables , you'll two will be under oath! Perjury is serious offense,you'll might as well give up your peace officer license,you'll two need to think "Is my loyalty to the Constable worth throwing away my lively hood and and losing everything? " that's gonna suck for all of you'll to be a convicted felon,can't vote,lose CHL privileges, no one hires ex felons. To Bosco & Lt.Kempker.,are you gonna come clean,or cover up you'll forcing the reserves to work security functions,force to sell tickets when ask by the Texas Rangers Investigators? Will you'll take the fall?
Citizen Joe

San Antonio, TX

#17 Jan 24, 2013
Cleto wrote:
<quoted text>Watch out Bosco & Lt.Kempker! After the Texas Rangers are through investigating the Sheriff's Office reserves and makes some arrest,they are going after all the Constables , you'll two will be under oath! Perjury is serious offense,you'll might as well give up your peace officer license,you'll two need to think "Is my loyalty to the Constable worth throwing away my lively hood and and losing everything? " that's gonna suck for all of you'll to be a convicted felon,can't vote,lose CHL privileges, no one hires ex felons. To Bosco & Lt.Kempker.,are you gonna come clean,or cover up you'll forcing the reserves to work security functions,force to sell tickets when ask by the Texas Rangers Investigators? Will you'll take the fall?
Well said...the Constables should be concerned, very concerned! Each of the four PCT's have skeleton in their closet.

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