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Sebastopol Police and Sheriff’s Logs

7:26 a.m. Disorderly conduct related to alcohol and formal probation violation at Taco Bell. Adult arrested.

4:52 p.m. Outside agency warrant served at Sebastopol Post Office. Adult arrested.

7:22 p.m. Driving under the influence of alcohol on Petaluma Avenue. Adult arrested.

Wednesday, June 28

12:28 p.m. Driving with a suspended license on Weeks Way and Petaluma Avenue. Adult arrested.

2:41 p.m. Possession of controlled substance paraphernalia on Healdsburg Avenue and Live Oak Avenue. Adult arrested.

Thursday, June 29

12:06 a.m. Bench warrant served at Community First Credit Union. Adult arrested.

6:45 a.m. Vehicle theft, hit and run with property damage and driving under the influence of alcohol on Main Street. Juvenile arrested.

1:56 a.m. Driving under the influence of alcohol, driving without a license at 7-Eleven. Adult arrested.

12:39 p.m. Felony violation of parole at Sebastopol Police Department. Adult arrested.

Sonoma County Sheriff’s Log

The following are excerpted from Sonoma County Sheriff’s Department daily log entries.

8:28 a.m. Display of weapon on Cooper Road, Hessel.

8:43 a.m. Battery report on Laguna Park Way, Sebastopol.

8:53 a.m. Eviction served on Trenton Road, Forestville.

10:40 a.m. Battery report on Highway 1, Bodega Bay.

12:44 p.m. Warrant attempt on 1 st Street, Guerneville. Adult arrested.

12:46 p.m. Trespass on Coleman Valley Road, Bodega Bay. Report taken.

1:13 p.m. Fireworks on Cherry Street, Guerneville. Gone on arrival.

1:35 p.m. Grand theft reported on Watson Road, Guerneville.

2:59 p.m. Trespass reported on Woodland Drive, Guerneville.

Tuesday, June 27

1:46 a.m. Warrant attempt on 3 rd Street and Church Street, Guerneville. Adult arrested.

8:01 a.m. Disturbance by unwanted guest on River Road, Guerneville. Homeless related incident.

10:39 a.m. Music disturbance on River Road, Guerneville. Issue resolved.

12:31 p.m. Dumping and littering on Graton Road, Occidental.

1:14 p.m. Missing person at risk report on Highway 116, Graton.

2:34 p.m. Public urination or defecation on Front Street, Forestville.

3:12 p.m. Probation search on Canyon 2 Road, Rio Nido. Adult arrested.

3:36 p.m. Fraud report on Cunningham Road, Hessel.

4:27 p.m. Rescue on Moscow Road, Monte Rio.

4:34 p.m. Vandalism report on Bodega Highway, Sebastopol.

5:19 p.m. Auto burglary report on Coleman Valley Road, Bodega Bay.

6:13 p.m. Drunk in public on Mirabel Road, Forestville.

10:22 p.m. Trespass reported on Coleman Valley Road, Bodega Bay.

Wednesday, June 28

1:04 a.m. Promiscuous shooting on Graton Road, Graton. Unable to locate.

1:38 a.m. Warrant attempt on Hessel Road and Highway 116, Hessel. Adult arrested.

2:45 a.m. Suspicious vehicle on River Road, Korbel. Adult arrested.

7:56 p.m. Suspicious person on Main Street, Guerneville. Homeless related incident.

8:27 p.m. Fight on Church Street, Guerneville.

10:48 p.m. Warrant attempt on Drake Road, Guerneville. Citation issued.

11:22 p.m. Fight on 1 st Street, Guerneville. Adult arrested.

11:25 p.m. Vandalism occurred on Old River Road, Guerneville. Report taken.

Thursday, June 29

6:06 a.m. Burglary from auto reported on Martinelli Road, Forestville. Report taken.

7:28 a.m. Burglary from auto reported on Woodside Drive, Forestville. Report taken.

8:48 a.m. Suspicious person on Canyon 2 Road and River Road, Rio Nido. Homeless related incident.

8:59 a.m. Indecent exposure report on Highway 116, Graton.

9:05 a.m. Civil standby/keep the peace on Bohemian Highway, Occidental.

10:34 a.m. Attempted burglary report on Old Monte Rio Road, Guerneville.

11:19 a.m. Suspicious person on Canyon 7 Road, Rio Nido. Adult arrested.

12:36 p.m. Traffic stop on Highway 116 and Neeley Road, Guerneville. Citation issued.

1:24 p.m. Petty theft report on Freezeout Road, Duncans Mills.

1:29 p.m. Fraud report on Schaeffer Road, Hessel.

2:44 p.m. Probation search on Armstrong Woods Road, Guerneville.

4:31 p.m. Forgery report on Vine Hill Road, Graton. Report taken.

5:35 p.m. Display of weapon reported on Guernewood Road, Guerneville.

5:47 p.m. Trespass on Coleman Valley Road, Bodega Bay. Gone on arrival.

8:15 p.m. Grand theft reported on Cherry Street, Guerneville.

9:22 p.m. Petty theft reported on Highway 116, Guerneville. Homeless related incident.

2:38 a.m. Violation of probation on Eagle Nest Lane and River Road, Rio Nido. Adult arrested.

8:29 a.m. Vehicle repossession on High School Road, Graton.

9:33 a.m. Grand theft report on Petersen Road, Hessel.

1:47 p.m. Suspicious person on Moscow and Terrace roads, Monte Rio. Adult arrested.

3:03 p.m. Grand theft report on 1 st Street, Guerneville.

3:06 p.m. Theft of utility reported on Cazadero Highway, Cazadero.

7:49 p.m. Reckless operation of a boat on Church Street and Main Street, Monte Rio. Gone on arrival.

9:28 p.m. Fireworks on Hessel and Hutchinson roads, Hessel. Unable to locate.

9:37 p.m. Promiscuous shooting on Irving Street and Ross Road, Graton. Unable to locate.

Saturday, July 1

9:28 a.m. Suspicious vehicle occupied on Old River Road, Forestville. Homeless related incident.

12:03 p.m. Suspicious circumstances on Highway 116, Guerneville. Gone on arrival.

1:31 p.m. Suspicious vehicle unoccupied on Summerhome Park Road, Forestville. Citation issued.

3:04 p.m. Suspicious person on Highway 116 and Moscow Road, Duncans Mills. Report taken.

3:17 p.m. Parking violation on River Drive, Forestville.

4:13 p.m. Traffic hazard on Canyon 2 Road and Willow Road, Rio Nido.

4:19 p.m. Trespass on Coleman Valley Road, Bodega Bay.

5:26 p.m. Bridge jumping on Cosmo Court, Forestville.

6:36 p.m. Assault with a deadly weapon report on Rio Nido Road, Rio Nido.

7:06 p.m. Animal control call on Bodega Highway, Sebastopol.

9:31 p.m. Fireworks on Edison Street, Graton.

9:52 p.m. Promiscuous shooting on Old Monte Rio Road, Guerneville.


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Police Brutality

A young man s family reports that he was brutally beaten by police during a shoplifting arrest; police are photographed smearing pepper spray in the eyes of non-violent protestors these are but two of the recent reports of alleged police brutality throughout the U.S. a problem that has been described as epidemic.

This article discusses police brutality and the rights of victims subjected to it. For more information on police misdeeds in general, see Police Misconduct .

Police Brutality: Abuse of Power

Police officers are given a great deal of latitude in performing their duties. Because they are expected to protect the public and confront potentially violent individuals, they can legally use physical, and even deadly, force under certain circumstances. However, an officer who uses force when it is not called for, or who uses more force than is necessary to perform his or her job, may cross the line into police brutality. The term is not a legal term and the definition is therefore a bit soft; it may be best described by way of example.

A driver who failed to stop at a Walmart parking lot stop sign endured a lot more than just an embarrassing chat with the cops and a hefty ticket. The Deming, New Mexico, the police officers who pulled him over, claimed that he was clenching his buttocks in a suspicious fashion, so they arrested him, obtained a search warrant, and forced him to submit to an anal probe and colonoscopy to determine if he was hiding illegal drugs. No drugs were found.

In November 2013, police officers in Tullytown, Pennsylvania, arrested a 14-year-old boy on charges of shoplifting at a local Walmart. The boy s mother alleges that the cops viciously beat her son, leaving him with a broken nose and swollen eyes. She said the officers also used a Taser on the boy s face.

In Humboldt County, California, police officers applied pepper spray directly on the eyes of hand-cuffed and immobilized nonviolent anti-logging protestors. Photographs of the officers swabbing the eyes of the writhing young people with the chemical agent made headlines around the globe. A similar incident of officers in Davis, California, pepper spraying university student protestors at close range led to international outrage and a class action lawsuit.

And, in 2009, 22-year-old Oscar Grant was killed by a transit police officer who had him pinned to the ground, face-down, in an Oakland, California, rail station, a tragedy depicted in the 2013 movie, Fruitvale .

Constitutional Implications

Given that the unique and broad powers wielded by police officers are conferred by the state, police officers are essentially acting on behalf of the government. The U.S. Constitution defines the limits of governmental powers.

Police officers as agents of the government

These constitutional constraints apply to police officers as agents of the government. While a citizen who is subjected to police brutality may be able to sue the police officer or even the department for personal injury damages under state tort law, many cases of police brutality involve civil rights violations under the Constitution or federal laws construing constitutional rights.

Violations

Among the constitutional claims a victim of police brutality may raise are:

  • denial of the due process rights guaranteed by the Fourth and Fourteenth Amendments to the Constitution
  • unreasonable searches prohibited by the Fourth Amendment of the Constitution, and
  • violation of civil rights under the Civil Rights Act of 1871 (42 U.S.C. 1983).

Section 1983 of the Civil Rights Act of 1871 provides for a private civil action for damages by any person deprived of his or her civil rights by anyone acting under color of law (in other words, in an official, governmental capacity).

Constitutional implications where race is a factor

If a police officer brutalizes a person based on that person s race (by using unnecessary force, humiliating tactics, or the like), the victim may also raise a claim of violation of his right to equal protection under the law. This claim is in addition to a claim under Section 1983, which he may also bring. Racial profiling by the police is explained in depth in Racial Profiling and the Police .

Community Damage

Another harm inflicted by police officers who engage in brutality is the loss of trust by members of the community they have sworn to protect, a trust officers need if they are to be effective in their jobs. Victims and witnesses of crimes are much less likely to report crime or cooperate in investigations if the cops have betrayed their trust by brutalizing their neighbors, family members, and friends. This collateral effect is explained in Opportunistic NYPD Leaks: Undermining Public Safety and Community Trust. a blog entry on the Huffington Post.

Talk to a Lawyer; Take Action

If you believe that you or someone you know has been the victim of police brutality, contact a lawyer in your area with experience in civil rights law. And, learn more about the problem of police brutality and how to get involved to stop it.

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The Fulton Police Department s mission is to provide quality public service based on high ethical and professional standards. Our mission can only be attained through a sincere commitment to public service. This mission includes being both responsive and responsible to the public we serve. Our mission is public service and we are proud of it.

The Fulton Police Department takes pride in it s professional approach to modern day law enforcement. We continue to be a trend setter for agencies of this size by updating policies, tactics and procedures while providing advanced and specialized training for their officers. The Department s Special Response Unit (SRU) has undergone extensive, nationally recognized training and has been instrumental in the successful resolution of numerous potentially life threatening situations.

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I want to personally thank you for visiting the Fulton Police Department web site. I appreciate your interest in learning more about your police department.

We developed this web site to help keep you, the citizen, better informed about your police department and to help us work closer together to make Fulton a better place to live and raise a family. Fulton is a fast growing community and to maintain the high quality of life that you deserve we must work together. I hope, in part, this site will help us do that.

Myself and each member of the department consider it an honor and privilege to serve the Fulton community. Our goal is to exceed your expectations and never forget that we are here to serve.

If at anytime I can be of service to you, please contact me by phone, e-mail or in person at your police department.

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Dream Police lyrics

The dream police, they live inside of my head.

The dream police, they come to me in my bed.

The dream police, they’re coming to arrest me, oh no.

And when I fall asleep I don’t think I’ll survive the night, the night.

They’re looking for me.

Ev’ry single night they’re driving me insane.

Those men inside my brain.

(Live inside of my head.)

The dream police, they come to me in my bed.

(Come to me in my bed.)

The dream police, they’re coming to arrest me, oh no.

And when I fall asleep, bet they’re spying on me tonight, tonight.

They’re looking for me.

Ev’ry single night they’re driving me insane.

Those men inside my brain.

They don’t get paid to take vacations, or let me alone.

They spy on me, I try to hide, they won’t let me alone.

They persecute me, they’re the judge and jury all in one.

They’re looking for me.

Ev’ry single night they’re driving me insane.

Those men inside my brain.

The dream police, they come to me in my bed.

The dream police, they’re coming to arrest me.

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      The Peace Officer Training Academy provides specialized training for Law Enforcement Officers who require peace officer certification in their unique positions, including such examples as Police Constables. Corrections Officers. Animal Control Officers. Bailiffs. Court Officers. and Reserve Officers. Such officers are required to meet minimum training standards set forth by the New York Municipal Police Training Council.

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      The Peace Officer Training Academy will be conducting several Basic Course for Peace Officer and Basic Course for Peace Officer with Firearms programs. These are open to all New York State residents in Oswego and Onondaga counties. Registration is open now. The basic course is required for all Peace Officers, and highly recommended for Civilians, Security Officers, Military Personnel, and College Graduates that are seeking a career in Law Enforcement. The training is both physically and mentally challenging.

      The Town of Schroeppel will be sponsoring and registering each participant with the New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services. Upon successful completion of the program, each graduate will receive a Law Enforcement Certificate from the Division of Criminal Justice Services, Municipal Police Training Council and Peace Officer certification.

      The next basic course will begin early summer 2017, and is scheduled to be completed by late summer. Students must be registered and a fifty percent (50%) down payment received no later than two weeks prior to the first classroom session. Applicants must bring valid government-issued photo ID. The optional firearms portion of the basic course will begin immediately after conclusion of the basic course. The registration and tuition for the firearms will be discussed at basic orientation.

      All classes, including the firearms training, will be held at the Town of Schroeppel Municipal Building, 69 County Road 57A, Phoenix, NY 13135 (located just north of Syracuse NY). Low cost housing and access to local restaurants is available.

      About the Course . This is a part-time academy, scheduled to accommodate those students that are unable to attend a full-time academy. Classes are generally conducted on Thursday and Friday evenings from 18:00 to 22:00 hours, and on Saturdays and Sundays from 08:00 to 17:30 hours. Occasionally, class may be conducted on different days and/or times to accommodate instructors and students scheduling. Tuition is $1350.00 for the 99-hour basic course and $1850.00 for the 146-hour course with firearms training, with a 50% deposit required at registration and full payment due no later than orientation. For the full program announcement, click here.

      NYS PISTOL PERMIT RECERTIFICATION

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      The Sanford Police Department has received a grant to provide evidence-based treatment for opioid addiction to Sanford/Springvale residents. Selected persons will receive medication-assisted treatment using Suboxone combined with behavioral therapy. The current grant will fund this treatment effort through June 30, 2018; however, we hope that the State will offer a new grant opportunity which will extend the treatment period f or another two years.

      If you are addicted to opioids, are a Sanford/Springvale resident, and you have a true desire to stop using opioids, then speak to any Sanford Police Officer. The first step is to complete an interview and screening. The screening sheet will be forwarded to a community-based opioid treatment program, currently Grace Street Services in South Sanford, and Nasson Health Care in Springvale. Your application will be screened by the treatment provider and you will be notified if you are accepted into the program.

      Our grant has limited funds. Once accepted into the program, you will be expected to follow all of the rules to include:

      Demonstrating a sincere desire to stop using opioids, as determined by the treatment provider
      Attending group sessions and individual counselling as directed by the treatment provider
      Arranging for your own transportation to and from the treatment site
      Submitting to random drug tests, possibly multiple times a week
      Submitting to Suboxone strip counts, to include used packaging
      Joining a 12-step program and obtaining a sponsor
      Providing a working telephone number on which you may be reached seven days a week
      Avoiding any and all criminal conduct

      I know. There are a lot of rules. You should know that any violations of the rules may result in your removal from the program. The available funds are limited, and there are too many people who need help. This is a serious program for serious people. Do not even bother to apply unless you are ready to stop using opioids right now, and are prepared to work hard. It will not be easy, but we, the Police and the community treatment providers, are willing to help you.

      This is not a diversion program. If you are facing criminal charges, those charges will not be dismissed as a part of the program. If you turn-in any drugs and/or paraphernalia to a police officer during this process, you will not be charged with a crime or violation.

      If you have decided that you do not want to die, and you truly wish to stop using opioids, then talk to any Sanford Police Officer.

      THE SANFORD POLICE DEPARTMENT IS HIRING:

      We are looking for applicants for a full time Police Officer. Citizens can download an application on our website at www.sanfordpd.com or at the City Hall Human Resource Dept. The deadline to apply is June 30th by 4:30 pm.

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      The Sanford Police Department receives numerous requests from police patch collectors and law enforcement enthusiast around the world. The distribution of the Sanford Police Department uniform shoulder patch is restricted and it is our policy to only issue uniform patches to authorized employees of the department. For security reasons the uniform patch is not available to the public and is not available for purchase.

      Please read the below city ordinance that runs between December 1st and April 1st for the listed streets. During a city wide parking ban there is no on street parking allowed. We will update you when possible via Facebook. Parking ban info will also be on the City’s website and news outlets. Please remember that if you are parked on the street during a ban you are subject to a parking ticket and your vehicle may be towed at the owner s e xpense. We rely heavily on your cooperation so that the streets and sidewalks can be cleared for pedestrian and vehicular travel.
      A. The Director of Public Works (or his designee) may declare that an emergency exists any time during the calendar year. The emergency shall be announced by notifying local radio and television media, by notifying other public safety departments of the Town, and by other appropriate methods. The declaration of an emergency shall be accompanied by a ban on on-street parking. The announcement shall include the duration of the parking ban and that parking is prohibited on any public way until the parking ban is lifted.

      Sanford, Maine The Sanford Police Department has partnered with Sanford Regional Communications Center to offer a service known as Text-a-Tip, that allows the public to anonymously submit information to the Police Department.

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