Or maybe the existing section should be updated to be something like "Misconduct and other scandals"?? Inthe San Diego Unified School District began to utilize a private company to provide random sniffs in our district.
While our primary role is to maintain order and security on and near school facilities, school police officers provide far more than standard law enforcement efforts.
I have expanded the minuscule history section, but the misconduct section, as well as the service dog section, appear to fall under WP: Should there be a new section for "scandals"?
While it is verifiable, it should be reduced or better yet the article expanded so it does not give an undue appearance that the only notable events that the organization which is the subject of the article is involved in.
Our business hours are Monday-Friday from 7 a. That being said, it is heavily weighted in this article.
Paul, in Saudi talk Inas we all felt the constraints of money in our district, these services became more difficult for each site to provide, in many cases stopping the services completely. VER does not link sourceswhich would be helpful for any reader.
In addition to sworn officers, we have non-sworn personnel consisting of community service officers, dispatchers, clerical staff, records clerks, crime analysis and Livescan fingerprinting technicians.
If you see suspicious activity on or around schools or district sites, phone the San Diego Unified Police Department at 24 hours. It is odd nobody from the region is working on this.
There are 54 sworn officers for the school district, including the Chief of Police. The section can be better summarized, and more neutrally worded.
Illegitimate Barrister talk Our investigations unit consists of five investigators and one sergeant. Please assist the San Diego Unified Police Department in the prevention of burglaries to our schools.
Each site was responsible for paying for this service from their budget. Bob drobbsI added this incident to the Misconduct section earlier today not because edits to Wikipedia from SFPD computers constitute misconduct, but because the edits—as reported by U-T San Diego—directly relate to this section of our article.
The San Diego Unified Police Department is a fully accredited police agency employing full-time sworn police officers, community service officers, and a full complement of support staff.
Unless there are further developments that cumulatively represent an actual "scandal," I oppose creating a new section or renaming the present one.Please assist the San Diego Unified Police Department in the prevention of burglaries to our schools.
If you see suspicious activity on or around schools or district sites, phone the San Diego Unified Police Department at () (24 hours).
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