chief deputy who will it be ?

chief deputy who will it be ?

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just wonderin

United States

#1 Oct 24, 2010
Any guess who it might be - REECE - BROCK - KANDY - B.J.- ANDERSON? I just hope he keeps the money local.
NowayJose

Detroit, MI

#2 Oct 24, 2010
Ain't nobody in that office capable of doing what this county needs in a chief deputy. I mean... Come on! They are all good officers but chief deputy material they are not! Hope he finds who we need not who could please everybody! Someone with some common sense and some structure. They've had free reign to long. After all, this ain't Mayberry. The whole department needs guidance, some sort of accountability and responsibility. Each officer needs to be able to make decisions and stick by them.
XXXX

Summerville, GA

#3 Nov 3, 2010
eddie colbert
xxxxx

Chickamauga, GA

#4 Nov 3, 2010
XXXX wrote:
eddie colbert
NOT HARdLY

Since: Nov 10

Chatsworth, GA

#5 Nov 7, 2010
Good managers realize that it takes time to become familiar with the responsibilities and duties of a new job. Based on the events that have transpired, JE apparently assumed that his chief investigator was capable of running all aspects of the SO; therefore, he dismissed and reassigned staff members with years of experience who would have benefited his transition. This trend has continued to the point of a severe lack of experience and unity in the department and a tremendous decline in public trust. Regardless of who made the decision(s), the SO appears more interested in personal issues rather than serving and protecting the citizens of Chattooga County. In the end, the buck stops with JE – he is responsible for all decisions and actions of the department. It takes a wise man to do what is in the best interests of the people of Chattooga County.

The SO needs a chief deputy who has experience as a Chief Deputy, experience in personnel management, experience in developing and administering a multi-million dollar budget, experience in cooperative efforts with local, state, and federal agencies, and experience in INTERPRETING and ENFORCING Georgia law.

Terminated, displaced, or walked away from years of experience: E. Colbert, M. Schrader, R. Southerland, M. Howard, E. Stroup, S. Fountain, R. Van Pelt, B. Young, B. Dodd, N. Robinson, and others were dedicated to serve Chattooga County. JE, your staff is a direct reflection on you. Good managers surround themselves with highly motivated, effective, and loyal individuals.
oldtimer

Byron, GA

#6 Nov 8, 2010
jacksonthoughts wrote:
Good managers realize that it takes time to become familiar with the responsibilities and duties of a new job. Based on the events that have transpired, JE apparently assumed that his chief investigator was capable of running all aspects of the SO; therefore, he dismissed and reassigned staff members with years of experience who would have benefited his transition. This trend has continued to the point of a severe lack of experience and unity in the department and a tremendous decline in public trust. Regardless of who made the decision(s), the SO appears more interested in personal issues rather than serving and protecting the citizens of Chattooga County. In the end, the buck stops with JE – he is responsible for all decisions and actions of the department. It takes a wise man to do what is in the best interests of the people of Chattooga County.
The SO needs a chief deputy who has experience as a Chief Deputy, experience in personnel management, experience in developing and administering a multi-million dollar budget, experience in cooperative efforts with local, state, and federal agencies, and experience in INTERPRETING and ENFORCING Georgia law.
Terminated, displaced, or walked away from years of experience: E. Colbert, M. Schrader, R. Southerland, M. Howard, E. Stroup, S. Fountain, R. Van Pelt, B. Young, B. Dodd, N. Robinson, and others were dedicated to serve Chattooga County. JE, your staff is a direct reflection on you. Good managers surround themselves with highly motivated, effective, and loyal individuals.
AMEN !!! VERY TRUTHFUL AND WELL WRITTEN. WORTH REPEATING!!
voter

Byron, GA

#7 Nov 8, 2010
refer to post #5. this does not include ALL that was "released". these people had many years of service and training and experience. why get rid of experienced ppl and hire all new ppl? there is MANY years of experience if you add all these together. experience counts. none of these, as far as I know had a "bad record" of service. we voted to change sheriffs but didnt know we would lose so many good people in the dept.
NowayJose

Detroit, MI

#8 Nov 9, 2010
Cry me a river!
thinkaboutit

Byron, GA

#9 Nov 9, 2010
NowayJose wrote:
Cry me a river!
if you ever have a serious need for a LE officer, would you want a trainee or experienced one to answer your call?
The Truth

Doerun, GA

#10 Nov 9, 2010
Mark Schrader would have made a great chief deputy. He worked there for over 15 years. He started as a jailer and worked his way up to detective. Instead of trying to keep Mark our sheriff ran him off just like other good employees. The Sheriffs Dept. is falling apart because of poor decision made by our sheriff.
Anonymous

Chatsworth, GA

#11 Nov 9, 2010
voter wrote:
refer to post #5. this does not include ALL that was "released". these people had many years of service and training and experience. why get rid of experienced ppl and hire all new ppl? there is MANY years of experience if you add all these together. experience counts. none of these, as far as I know had a "bad record" of service. we voted to change sheriffs but didnt know we would lose so many good people in the dept.
The citizens of Chattooga County lost law enforcement officers with many, many years of experience. No administration is perfect, but the county NEEDS the experienced officers who have been terminated or left on their own due to working conditions. Chief Deputy responsibilities involve making difficult and many times unpopular decisions. Eddie Colbert was a trained, experienced, and dedicated Chief Investigator and Chief Deputy with over 15 years of experience. Mark Schrader was a well-trained investigator with over 15 years experience. We need these and the "released/fired" officers back. With no disrespect to the newly hired, less experienced officers, the citizens need to know that safety is the priority of the administration!
voter

Byron, GA

#12 Nov 9, 2010
need a different sheriff
Voter 2

Doerun, GA

#13 Nov 9, 2010
voter wrote:
need a different sheriff
We will get a chance to elect a new sheriff in 2012.
oldtimer

Dalton, GA

#14 Nov 19, 2010
NowayJose wrote:
Ain't nobody in that office capable of doing what this county needs in a chief deputy. I mean... Come on! They are all good officers but chief deputy material they are not! Hope he finds who we need not who could please everybody! Someone with some common sense and some structure. They've had free reign to long. After all, this ain't Mayberry. The whole department needs guidance, some sort of accountability and responsibility. Each officer needs to be able to make decisions and stick by them.
More experienced and trained people with some common sense is badly needed within the entire department.
BigMac

Dalton, GA

#15 Nov 19, 2010
jacksonthoughts wrote:
Good managers realize that it takes time to become familiar with the responsibilities and duties of a new job. Based on the events that have transpired, JE apparently assumed that his chief investigator was capable of running all aspects of the SO; therefore, he dismissed and reassigned staff members with years of experience who would have benefited his transition. This trend has continued to the point of a severe lack of experience and unity in the department and a tremendous decline in public trust. Regardless of who made the decision(s), the SO appears more interested in personal issues rather than serving and protecting the citizens of Chattooga County. In the end, the buck stops with JE – he is responsible for all decisions and actions of the department. It takes a wise man to do what is in the best interests of the people of Chattooga County.
The SO needs a chief deputy who has experience as a Chief Deputy, experience in personnel management, experience in developing and administering a multi-million dollar budget, experience in cooperative efforts with local, state, and federal agencies, and experience in INTERPRETING and ENFORCING Georgia law.
Terminated, displaced, or walked away from years of experience: E. Colbert, M. Schrader, R. Southerland, M. Howard, E. Stroup, S. Fountain, R. Van Pelt, B. Young, B. Dodd, N. Robinson, and others were dedicated to serve Chattooga County. JE, your staff is a direct reflection on you. Good managers surround themselves with highly motivated, effective, and loyal individuals.
Brilliant post...worthly of reading again!
jackson

Summerville, GA

#16 Nov 20, 2010
Voter 2 wrote:
<quoted text>
We will get a chance to elect a new sheriff in 2012.
no chance, big john's gonna be sheriff of chattooga county for as long as he wants to be, get over it
Hmmmmmmm

Dalton, GA

#17 Nov 20, 2010
Schrader For Sheriff 2012 ???????
Voter 2

Brookville, PA

#18 Nov 27, 2010
Hmmmmmmm wrote:
Schrader For Sheriff 2012 ???????
Schrader has my vote!
Concerned and Conused

Ludlow, VT

#19 Nov 27, 2010
The Truth wrote:
Mark Schrader would have made a great chief deputy. He worked there for over 15 years. He started as a jailer and worked his way up to detective. Instead of trying to keep Mark our sheriff ran him off just like other good employees. The Sheriffs Dept. is falling apart because of poor decision made by our sheriff.
If John had sense enough to bring Mark Schrader or Mike Howard back as Chief Deputy, he just MIGHT be able to bring his administration out of the toilet and even possibly get re-elected. Either of these men would do a fine job and are well liked and respected by the good citizens of Chattooga County. But, John's pride and ego won't let him even consider this possibility! Just my opinion.
jone

Dalton, GA

#20 Nov 27, 2010
why do we need a chief deputy,they are doing a fine job as is

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