El Cajon sergeant accused of sexual assault

El Cajon sergeant accused of sexual assault

FOX 5 San Diego
Staff8:12 p.m.
PST, December
8, 2011

El Cajon,Calif—
A sergeant with the El Cajon
Police Department is the subject of an internal investigation stemming from a
sex-assault accusation lodged by a law enforcement volunteer, ECPD Chief Pat
Sprecco disclosed today.

The sergeant has been on leave since the
allegation arose late last summer, according to Sprecco, who declined to release
the name, gender or age of the accused.
Since then, the District Attorney’s Office has investigated the case and rejected it
due to lack of evidence, according to Sprecco.

ECPD officials learned about the alleged sex crime from the county
Sheriff’s Department on Aug. 28, the day after it purportedly occurred in
Alpine, a community within the enforcement jurisdiction of the latter
agency.

“The reporting party/victim is a 20-year-old male volunteer with
the El Cajon Police (Department),” Sprecco said in a prepared
statement.

The sergeant will remain on leave pending completion of the
in-house review of the allegations, the chief said.

“We have determined through our investigation that this case involves only one police sergeant and
one police volunteer,” Sprecco added.

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San Bernardino County begins releasing inmates early

The San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department will begin releasing about 150 inmates Friday due to overcrowding in county jails, the result of California’s controversial prison diversion program.

San Bernardino County Sheriff Rod Hoops decided to release the inmates, mostly parole violators or those convicted of nonviolent crimes, over the next five days. The inmates have to have served at least half of their sentence, and have less than 30 days remaining on their sentence.

The move is a result of a U.S.  Supreme Court decision requiring the state to lower its prison  population by 30,000. To meet this mandate, inmates convicted of certain crimes who would have initially served their sentences in state prison now must serve their time in county jails.

Up until now, San Bernardino County managed to keep the jails from overcrowding through work-release and other programs. But with the system rapidly approaching capacity, the sheriff opted to make more room for new arrestees and higher priority inmates.

The parole violators being released will have their criminal and custody history examined, and they will be placed under the supervision of state parole officers.

Meanwhile, Southern California counties have reported seeing much higher numbers of state prisoners entering the local jails than officials had predicted, prompting local jurisdictions to speed up efforts to reopen shuttered jail wings and to find other arrangements for some inmates.

County jails are receiving extra state funding to help house the prisoners, but some doubt whether the money will be enough to avoid releasing some inmates. Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca said he is considering a plan to release some inmates who are awaiting trial and outfit them with electronic monitoring devices.

Other counties are also considering major expansions of house-arrest programs, as well as channeling some nonviolent inmates into mental health and substance abuse programs.

The L.A. County Sheriff’s Department has the funding to open an additional 1,800 beds, but the county is expected to take on 8,000 state prisoners in the next year, according to an internal report by the district attorney’s office. The jails could reach capacity in December, the report found.

Some counties, including Los Angeles, are under court order preventing jail overcrowding. So officials said that some inmates will be released to make way for the state prisoners.

Orange County Sheriff Sandra Hutchens has warned that none of the alternatives are ideal. For example, she said, she’s unsure how many inmates can be trusted to serve time wearing GPS-monitored bracelets.

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Riverside, California – DUI Checkpoint Scheduled for Friday, December 9, 2011

DUI/Driver’s License Checkpoint Planned This Friday

Riverside, CA  – The  Riverside Police Department Traffic Unit will be conducting a
DUI/Driver’s License checkpoint on Friday, December 9, 2011, at an undisclosed location within the city limits between the hours of 6:00 p.m. and 12:00 a.m.

DUI checkpoints are a proven enforcement tool effective in reducing the number of persons killed and injured in alcohol involved crashes.

Research shows that crashes involving alcohol drop by an average of 20 percent when well-publicized checkpoints are conducted often enough.

Officers will be contacting drivers passing through the checkpoint for signs of alcohol and/or drug impairment.

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Officers will also check for  proper licensing and will strive to  delay motorists only momentarily.

Drivers caught driving impaired can expect jail, license suspension,  and insurance increases, as well as fines, DUI classes,  and  other expenses that can exceed $10,000.

“Over the course of the past three years, DUI collisions have claimed 18 lives and resulted in  201 injury crashes harming  299 of our friends and neighbors,” said  Riverside Police Sergeant Showalter.

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), checkpoints have provided the most effective documented results of any of the DUI enforcement strategies, while also yielding considerable cost savings of $6 for every $1 spent.

Checkpoints are placed in locations that have the greatest opportunity for achieving drunk and drugged driving deterrence and provide the greatest safety for officers and the public

.“Deaths from drunk and drug-impaired driving are going down in California,” said Christopher J. Murphy, Director of the  California Office of Traffic Safety (OTS).

“But that still means that hundreds of our friends, family and co-workers are killed each year, along with tens of thousands who are seriously injured.

We must all continue to work together to bring an end to these tragedies.

If you see a Drunk Driver – Call 9-1-1.” Funding for this checkpoint is provided to Riverside Police Department by a grant from the California Office of Traffic Safety, through the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, targeting those who still don’t heed the message to designate a sober driver.

MEDIA NOTES: To schedule an interview regarding the Riverside Traffic Safety
Operations, please contact Sergeant Skip Showalter, (951) 351-6046, or via email at
sshowalter@riversideca.gov.

To schedule an interview regarding impaired driving efforts and programs in California please contact Chris Cochran, California Office of Traffic Safety at (916) 509-3063 or via email at ccochran@ots.ca.gov.

Redlands, California – Redlands Boulevard DUI Checkpoint Scheduled for Saturday, December 10th, 2011

Weekend sobriety/drivers license checkpoint scheduled

The Redlands Police will conduct a grant-funded DUI/License Checkpoint in the eastbound lanes of Redlands Boulevard between Sixth and Eighth streets beginning at 10 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 10, until 4 a.m. Sunday.

DUI Checkpoints along with regularly scheduled high visibility DUI enforcement serves as a proven deterrent with the goal of removing impaired drivers and heightened awareness of the dangers of driving under the influence of drugs and alcohol.

The Redlands Police Department and the Avoid the 25 DUI Task Force recommends these simple tips any time you plan to drink alcohol.

Plan a safe way home before you begin drinking.

Before drinking, designate a sober, ‘Non Drinking’ driver.

If you’re impaired, take a taxi, call a sober friend or family member, or use public transportation.

If you happen to see a drunk driver on the road, don’t hesitate to Report Drunk Drivers, Call 911.

And remember, Friends Don’t Let Friends Drive Drunk.  If you know someone who is about to drive or ride while impaired, take their keys and help them make other arrangements to get to where they are going safely.

Funding for this operation is provided by a grant from the California Office of Traffic Safety, through the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.

 

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Ventura, California – DUI Checkpoint Scheduled for Saturday December 10, 2011

Ventura, CA – The Ventura Police Department Traffic Unit will be conducting a DUI/Drivers License Checkpoint on Saturday December 10, 2011 at an undisclosed location within the city limits between the hours of 8:00 p.m. and 3:00 a.m.  DUI checkpoints are a proven enforcement tool effective in reducing the number of persons killed and injured in alcohol involved crashes. Research shows that crashes involving alcohol drop by an average of 20 percent when well-publicized checkpoints are conducted often enough.

Officers will be contacting drivers passing through the checkpoint for signs of alcohol and/or drug impairment.  Officers will also check for proper licensing and will strive to delay motorists only momentarily. Drivers caught driving impaired can expect jail, license suspension, and insurance increases, as well as fines, fees, DUI classes, other expenses that can exceed $10,000.

“Over the course of the past three years, DUI collisions have claimed 3 lives and resulted in 55 injury crashes harming 82 of our friends and neighbors,” said Sgt. Ryan Weeks of the Ventura Police Department Traffic Unit.

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), checkpoints have provided the most effective documented results of any of the DUI enforcement strategies, while also yielding considerable cost savings of $6 for every $1 spent.  Checkpoints are placed in locations that have the greatest opportunity for achieving drunk and drugged driving deterrence and provide the greatest safety for officers and the public.

“Deaths from drunk and drug-impaired driving are going down in California,” said Christopher J. Murphy, Director of the California Office of Traffic Safety (OTS).  “But that still means that hundreds of our friends, family and co-workers are killed each year, along with tens of thousands who are seriously injured. We must all continue to work together to bring an end to these tragedies.  If you see a Drunk Driver – Call 9-1-1.”

Funding for this checkpoint is provided to The Ventura Police Department by a grant from the California Office of Traffic Safety, through the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, targeting those who still don’t heed the message to designate a sober driver.

MEDIA NOTES: To schedule an interview regarding the Ventura Police Traffic Safety Operations, please contact Sgt. Ryan Weeks at 805 339-4309 or via email at rweeks@venturapd.org.  To schedule an interview regarding impaired driving efforts and programs in California please contact Chris Cochran, California Office of Traffic Safety at (916) 509-3063 or via email at chris.cochran@ots.ca.gov.

via DUI/Drivers License Checkpoint Planned | City Of Ventura.

12/07/2011

Incident:    DUI/Drivers License Checkpoint Planned

Contact:   Sgt. Ryan Weeks (805) 339-4409

Location:   City of Ventura

Date of Release:  December 7, 2011

Date of Checkpoint:  Saturday December 10, 2011, 8:00 p.m. to 3:00 a.m.

Officer(s) Involved:    Ventura Police Department Traffic Division

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Lompoc, California – DUI Checkpoint Scheduled for Saturday December 10, 2011

DUI/Drivers License Checkpoint Planned this Weekend

The Lompoc Police Department Traffic Unit will be conducting a DUI/Drivers License Checkpoint on Saturday December 10, 2011 at an undisclosed location within the city limits between the hours of 6:00 p.m. and midnight.

DUI checkpoints are a proven enforcement tool effective in reducing the number of persons killed and injured in alcohol involved crashes.

Research shows that crashes involving alcohol drop by an average of 20 percent when well-publicized checkpoints are conducted often enough.

Officers will be contacting drivers passing through the checkpoint for signs of alcohol and/or drug impairment.

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Officers will also check for proper licensing and will strive to delay motorists only momentarily.

Drivers caught driving impaired can expect jail, license suspension, and insurance increases, as well as fines, fees, DUI classes, other expenses that can exceed $10,000.

“Over the course of the past three years, DUI collisions have claimed 2 lives and resulted in 97 injury crashes harming 99 of our friends and neighbors,” said Sgt Ed Lardner.

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), checkpoints have provided the most effective documented results of any of the DUI enforcement strategies, while also yielding considerable cost savings of $6 for every $1 spent.

Checkpoints are placed in locations that have the greatest opportunity for achieving drunk and drugged driving deterrence and provide the greatest safety for officers and the public.

“Deaths from drunk and drug-impaired driving are going down in California,” said Christopher J.

Murphy, Director of the California Office of Traffic Safety (OTS).

“But that still means that hundreds of our friends, family and co-workers are killed each year, along with tens of thousands who are seriously injured.

We must all continue to work together to bring an end to these tragedies.

If you see a Drunk Driver – Call 9-1-1.

” Funding for this checkpoint is provided to Lompoc Police Department by a grant from the California Office of Traffic Safety, through the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, targeting those who still don’t heed the message to designate a sober driver.

Moreno Valley, California – Christmas Holiday DUI Enforcement Scheduled December 16, 2011, to January 2, 2012

Winter Holiday Anti-DUI Campaign

There Are No Holiday Festivities in Jail

RUOK? is the Wrong Message to Send this Holiday Season

Moreno Valley, CA— As you celebrate the holiday season enjoying traditions, food, family and fun, be reminded that the Moreno Valley Police Department, together with police, sheriff, CHP and the Avoid the 30 DUI Taskforce, will be working during the holiday season from December 16, 2011, to January 2, 2012, to arrest anyone caught driving drunk behind the wheel. The Moreno Valley Police Department will conduct various checkpoints during this time frame because of our commitment to the traffic safety campaign.

“RUOK?” is the text message version of the often heard question, “Are you okay to drive?” If you have to ask someone the question, you already know the answer. You know they have had too much to drink or are showing signs of being “buzzed.” You know that they are not okay to drive. Asking the question doesn’t relieve you of the responsibility. Call them a cab, take them home yourself, offer your couch.

DUI/ Driver’s License Checkpoints, Multi Agency DUI Task Force deployments and roving DUI patrols are scheduled locally in partnership with law enforcement statewide and around the county during the Winter Holiday Anti-DUI Campaign. DUI Checkpoints are placed in locations that have the greatest opportunity for achieving drunk and drugged driving deterrence. Officers will be contacting drivers passing through the checkpoint for signs of alcohol and/or drug impairment. Grant funded Drug Recognition Experts will be staffing most of the checkpoints.

DUI Checkpoints, along with regularly-scheduled high-visibility DUI enforcement, are proven strategies with the goal of removing impaired drivers from the road and heightening awareness of the dangers of driving under the influence of drugs and alcohol. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), sobriety checkpoint programs can yield considerable cost savings: $6 for every $1 spent. The Moreno Valley Police Department has additional DUI Checkpoints and operations scheduled throughout the course of next year.

“There will be no spreading holiday cheer behind the bars of a jail cell,” Sergeant Bengtson said. “Don’t let your 2011 holiday season end in an arrest or worse, death. Remember, whether you’ve had way too many or just one too many, it’s not worth the risk.”

In December 2009, there were 753 people killed nationwide in crashes that involved drivers or motorcycle riders with blood alcohol concentrations of .08 Blood Alcohol Content. In California, 57 individuals died on the states streets and highways.

“The message is simple, Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over. Drinking alcohol and driving do not mix. If you plan to consume alcohol, you should also plan not to get behind the wheel of a vehicle or ride a motorcycle,” said Sergeant Bengtson.

Sergeant Bengtson recommends these simple tips for a safe holiday season:

Plan a safe way home before the festivities begin

Before drinking, designate a sober driver and leave your car keys at home

If you’re impaired, use a taxi, call a sober friend or family member, or use public transportation

Use your community’s sober ride program

If you happen to see a drunk driver on the road, don’t hesitate to contact your local law enforcement, Call 911

And remember, “RUOK?” is a ridiculous question. If you think they’ve had too much, they probably have. Help him or her make other arrangements to get home safely.

The national Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over crackdown is led by the California Office of Traffic Safety (OTS) and NHTSA, with the California Avoid DUI Task Force Campaign combining high-visibility enforcement and heightened public awareness through publicity.

For statewide and local Avoid DUI Task Force Campaign Enforcement Schedules for the county and Daily DUI Arrest/Fatal Stats for the county and region, visit www.californiaavoid.org.

The Program is funded by the California Office of Traffic Safety who reminds everyone to please – Report Drunk Drivers – Call 9-1-1!

via :: Sheriff-Coroner :: Riverside County, California.

Press Release: Winter Holiday Anti-DUI Campaign

Agency: Moreno Valley Police

Station Area: Moreno Valley

Written Date: December 6, 2011 Time: 2:00 PM

Incident Date: 12/16/11 – 1/2/12 Time:

Incident Location: City of Moreno Valley

Reporting Officer: Sergeant Jim Bengtson

File Number(s): Various

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