El Paso County Sheriff's Office to get data-entry overtime funds
El Paso County Commissioners Court on Monday voted to give $105,000 to the Sheriff's Office to allow some of its personnel to work overtime entering class A and B misdemeanor information into the Texas database that helps identify offenders outside El Paso.
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#1 Mar 26, 2013
All these cases should have been in the Texas Criminal data base for years. The Sheriff ran a poor effort until he was told that he would lose funding. Now he wants this to happen quickly and at an overtime basis. He failed to do this when he was in charge of the Police Department and it was up to the individual officer/detective writing the warrants on Class B And Class A to make the entry forms that were turned into the warrants section to make sure the information got out to the other state counties in Texas and into Otero and Dona Ana counties.
About time he got off his kister and got to work.
#2 Mar 26, 2013
I agree with you but you have to be careful in criticizing the sheriff because it may look like you're homophobic. Stick to the facts and the issues and you'll probably be OK but people love to turn it around on you and accuse of racism, sexism or religious bigotry.
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