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  • #46
    be careful dept’s IA monitor this site
    Last edited by scotsmen; 11-01-2008, 10:16 AM.
    The comments made herein are those solely of this writer and in no way reflect the opinions of any LE agency, other person or entity.

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    • #47
      Originally posted by mjw5678 View Post
      Actually if you have ever seen a job posting or application for them your options are Correctional Officer or Deputy Sheriff
      Both take the same Illinois exam - both are Deputy Sheriff's. Those in Corrections actually have the blessing of a dual title, not just one.

      As I am with the Sheriff's Administration - trust me, I know more about what our people are than your ignorant rants.

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      • #48
        Originally posted by mjw5678 View Post
        I believe it im sure you have your reasons,pay cut or not being able to deal with actuall armed offenders who arent locked up in cells. But thats each C/Os own choice what they do.
        Yes, I can deal with 100+ max inmates, direct contact, by myself. But you're absolutely correct, I am afraid to deal with just one or two Pookie's and Tito's on the corner. As opposed to 100+ that are indeed locked up for a reason.

        But please keep expounding your wisdom my fellow Deputy Sheriff from Kane County.

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        • #49
          I wonder If mjw thinks Kane county C/O's are just dumb drunk "Turn Keys"?

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          • #50
            Originally posted by rolt View Post
            Yes, I can deal with 100+ max inmates, direct contact, by myself. But you're absolutely correct, I am afraid to deal with just one or two Pookie's and Tito's on the corner. As opposed to 100+ that are indeed locked up for a reason.

            But please keep expounding your wisdom my fellow Deputy Sheriff from Kane County.
            pookies and titos, are those racial terms? I would imagine they are. what you all need to understand is that key turners is a name alot of us refer to C/O's as. If you dont like it not my fault blame the guy who came up with it. Thats great if you are all Deputy Sheriffs, they are currently changin our C/O's to deputies also, which alot of us on the road have a problem with,but o well. Im sure you are all well aware that not many people wanna work in the jail hence hiring alot of warm bodies just to fill spots. And they put a bad name to all of you. I believe i stated some do not want to take a pay cut. I have talked to some C/O's here and out in cook who have said they would not want to be out on the road doing our job just as some of us would not want to work in the jail. I tested for Cook and would have done my time in the jail or courts if I needed to but I got hired by a PD and decided not to finish the testin process. I agree we are both on the same side of the law, however our jobs are very different.

            If im not mistaken i never really degraded your job or you personally, which is more then I can say for several of your posts. No matter what Sheriffs dept you work for there are people with juice that get promoted or moved. SO what do your job, whining about it does nothing for you.

            Also Scotsmen the simple title of Deputy Sheriff does not mean Police. And if you notice they are the ones refering to themselves as Jailguards.

            Also we have a commander out here that you all can have back also.

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            • #51
              Originally posted by Big Boned J.G. View Post
              To my fellow Jail Guards, awsome posts! True to form. Hilarious, yet disturbing. Let's keep it up!
              case in the point.

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              • #52
                Originally posted by mjw5678 View Post
                case in the point.
                You mean, 'case in point.'

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                • #53
                  Yep. We do refer to ourselves as Jailguards at times. It is a friendly term we use. I don't even mind you calling me a Jailguard. What I do have a problem with is your "I'm better than a Jailguard attitude".

                  I also have a problem with an alleged Police Officer posting on a forum like he was text messaging his BFF. "UR"? Come on, are you a twelve year old girl? Talk like a big boy and we may stop spanking you. If you want we could refer you to a "How to get over cyber bullying." website.

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                  • #54
                    Originally posted by JGtiltheworld View Post
                    I got an idea what you have seen and done on the "road". Here are my guesses....

                    1.) Personal driver and head bobber for your Sgt.

                    2.) Never getting out of your squad.....hence the "road" reference and not street.

                    3.) You have "seen" other officers do their job while you hide in the back.

                    4.) But mostly showing everyone and their mother that you are the "real" police. Probably a "real" tough guy with drunken mexicans and old ladies.

                    So why don't you go back to jerking off to fag porn while you have you duty rig on. PPusssy

                    Hey JG, why do have to pull us drunk Mexicans into this? I never said anything about your lime green steppin suit!

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                    • #55
                      No one here has gone to the Sheriffs Department Turn Key Academy and recieved 400+ hours of turn key training to be certified by the Turnkey Training and Standards Board.

                      No one has gone to 400+ hours of Glorified Security Guard training.

                      We are all law enforcement. We are brothers.

                      I don't have the desire or time to break us down into ridiculous sub titles like glorified security guards, turnkeys, ect.

                      Why is the airport police any less the police than you? Is the training different?

                      I spent 14 years working with a department that worked closely with CCDOC external operations in a situation where they were my backup as much as I was theirs. If they can handle County Jail and external operations at Stroger, they can handle Kane County.

                      And next time you run into a Aurora or Elgin Copper, ask him who Tito and Pookey are.

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                      • #56
                        Originally posted by rolt View Post
                        You mean, 'case in point.'
                        Oops sorry mr admin, you shoulda sent in back in red ink

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                        • #57
                          Originally posted by Himso View Post
                          Yep. We do refer to ourselves as Jailguards at times. It is a friendly term we use. I don't even mind you calling me a Jailguard. What I do have a problem with is your "I'm better than a Jailguard attitude".

                          I also have a problem with an alleged Police Officer posting on a forum like he was text messaging his BFF. "UR"? Come on, are you a twelve year old girl? Talk like a big boy and we may stop spanking you. If you want we could refer you to a "How to get over cyber bullying." website.
                          please ive laughed at most of your replies it only goes to show how ignorant you all are.
                          text messaging,ok, sorry didnt know you guys couldnt keep up with abbreviations. And once again never said I was better then any of you,but by your replies to my postings, I have to say, Im definetly a step above.

                          as far as the glorified security, they are. they may recieve the same training but then why does CPD still patrol the airport if the airport police are good enough. They are unarmed and and stand alot of fixed posts. Alot of the parttimers in Summit are airport cops, they are a great bunch of guys. Never said they were not, however The job they do at the airport is basically a security job, hence the title SPECIAL POLICE.

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                          • #58
                            Originally posted by Cable View Post
                            No one here has gone to the Sheriffs Department Turn Key Academy and recieved 400+ hours of turn key training to be certified by the Turnkey Training and Standards Board.

                            No one has gone to 400+ hours of Glorified Security Guard training.

                            We are all law enforcement. We are brothers.

                            I don't have the desire or time to break us down into ridiculous sub titles like glorified security guards, turnkeys, ect.

                            Why is the airport police any less the police than you? Is the training different?

                            I spent 14 years working with a department that worked closely with CCDOC external operations in a situation where they were my backup as much as I was theirs. If they can handle County Jail and external operations at Stroger, they can handle Kane County.

                            And next time you run into a Aurora or Elgin Copper, ask him who Tito and Pookey are.
                            Here yah go moron pulled right off the cities website. What does the job title say???????????????????????????????????????????

                            AVIATION SECURITY OFFICER - HOURLY
                            Job Number: 143621
                            Description
                            Aviation Security Officer - Hourly
                            [/B]
                            JOB ANNOUCEMENT

                            Department of Aviation

                            Duties: Secures airport air side and land side areas, airport terminals, roadways and department facilities. Conducts preliminary incident investigations. Issues citations for security violations or makes arrests if necessary. Prepares reports detailing security activities. Maintains crowd and traffic control. Enforces Department of Aviation commercial vehicle regulations. Conducts safety inspections with reference to the Occupational Health and Safety Administration (OSHA), nuclear regulatory procedures, fire code and hazardous materials. Enforces Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) security programs and regulations. Performs related duties as required.


                            Qualifications

                            Must be certified as an Illinois Law Enforcement Officer. All applicants certified as Law Enforcement Officers outside the State of Illinois must meet the State of Illinois requirements within 6 months of hire. Must successfully complete all pre-appointment personnel processing requirements. A valid U.S. Driver's License is required.

                            NOTE: To be considered for this position you must provide information about your educational background and your work experience. If you fail to provide this information at the time you submit your application, it will be incomplete and you will not be considered for this position. There are three ways to provide the information: 1. you may attach a resume; 2. you may paste a resume; or 3. you can complete the on-line resume fields.

                            NOTE: A copy of your official transcripts, licenses or training certificates will be required at the time of interview/test, if applicable.

                            NOTE: Current City of Chicago employees are eligible to apply; however, cannot hold two (2) active City of Chicago assignments simultaneously. This is a part-time position; hours will not exceed 1040 in a calendar year.

                            NOTE: Certified Law Enforcement Officers who have not been active in Law Enforcement for over 3 years from date of hire will be required to complete a training course conducted by the Illinois Law Enforcement Training and Standards Board. Officers are required to complete the training course within six months of their date of hire. Officers may only take the course once. Officers who fail to complete the course or who fail to pass the course will be terminated.

                            Evaluation: Your initial evaluation will be based on information provided on the application form and documents submitted with the application. Applications must be submitted by the individual applicant. No second party applications will be accepted.

                            Residency Requirement: An employee must be an actual resident of the City of Chicago. Proof of residency will be required at the time of employment.

                            IF YOU ARE A PERSON WITH A DISABILITY AND REQUIRE A REASONABLE ACCOMMODATION IN ORDER TO PARTICIPATE IN THE APPLICATION PROCESS, PLEASE CONTACT THE CITY OF CHICAGO, DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN RESOURCES AT 312-744-4976 (VOICE) OR 312-744-5035 (TTY). YOU MAY BE REQUIRED TO PROVIDE INFORMATION TO SUPPORT YOUR REASONABLE ACCOMMODATION REQUEST.


                            ALL REFERENCES TO POLITICAL SPONSORSHIP OR RECOMMENDATION MUST BE OMITTED FROM ANY AND ALL APPLICATION MATERIALS SUBMITTED FOR CITY EMPLOYMENT.

                            City of Chicago is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer


                            City of Chicago Department of Human Resources
                            Richard M. Daley, Mayor Homero Tristan, Commissioner

                            Job Posting: 2008-Aug-07 | Closing Date (Period for Applying) - External: 2008-Oct-01
                            Bargaining Unit: 10 | Starting Pay Rate: 18.68
                            Work Locations:
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                            • #59
                              Originally posted by mjw5678 View Post
                              please ive laughed at most of your replies it only goes to show how ignorant you all are.
                              text messaging,ok, sorry didnt know you guys couldnt keep up with abbreviations. And once again never said I was better then any of you,but by your replies to my postings, I have to say, Im definetly a step above.

                              as far as the glorified security, they are. they may recieve the same training but then why does CPD still patrol the airport if the airport police are good enough. They are unarmed and and stand alot of fixed posts. Alot of the parttimers in Summit are airport cops, they are a great bunch of guys. Never said they were not, however The job they do at the airport is basically a security job, hence the title SPECIAL POLICE.

                              Step above? Really? Want to have a spelling contest?

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                              • #60
                                Originally posted by mjw5678 View Post
                                Oops sorry mr admin, you shoulda sent in back in red ink
                                You keep proving my point. You are a moron.

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