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    Alfano, Phil
Alford, Mike
Bailey, Rich
Bell, Mark
Bennett, Nate
Biederman, Margie
Boyles, John
Brahm, Bob
Cripe, Rodger
Dominguez, Robert
Harris, Diane
Harris, Don
Hollars, Bob
Hyland, Brian
Kensit, John
Kneis, Brian
Madison, Gary
Marcotte, Steve
Nunes, Les
Papenfuhs, Steve
Russel, Russ
Valcazar, Dan
Vallecilla, Ernie
Weesner, Steve (Deceased)
Yuhas, Dick
Zwemke, Doug


This  following list of members who definitely have Birthdays

We Just don’t know the months. Please help!

Pat Alvarez
Betty Cunningham (Deceased
Ed Flosi
Wil Givin (Deceased)
Earl Lewis
Steve McEwan
John Nunes
Jeremy Martinez
Don Parks
Wil Smoke May 17 (Deceased)
Paul Spagnoli

October 13, 2020 –

From the President:
The leaves are starting to turn and we are still on lockdown; as you may have gathered, the October meeting is canceled. It looks like the PBA Valentine’s Dinner/Dance may be our best chance to get back to some sense of normalcy, if things improve with the virus. A tip of the hat to the members celebrating their birthday this month and a bow of the head to those who are no longer with us. Along the same lines, it was learned that Jess Sanchez #1954, passed on October 7 th . There is no further at this time. I provided Leroy with a short list of members for whom the PBA does not have a birthday month. My apologies for not having the information. Send Leroy or me the proper month or if you know the month for a departed member and it will be updated. The photos sent in to Leroy of your breakfast or lunch gathering is much appreciated. Please continue to share for the rest of the members. It is always nice to see pictures of former PD members. I am still looking for someone to break the ice and submit a birthday photo; all it takes is one and the rest will follow. Take care all and be safe,
Ernie Alcantar
PBA

Phyllis Ann Trussler

Phyllis Ann Trussler was born on September 24, 1936 and passed away on May 1, 2020 and is under the care of Rogue Valley Funeral Alternatives.


Three dead in separate shooting, stabbing overnight in San Jose

 

San Jose to test gunshot detection technology

The Deadly Biden-Harris Assault on Cops

 

OAKLAND, CA – OCTOBER 13: Jay Vazquez, participatory defense & policy coordinator, of Oakland, speaks during a rally for No on Proposition 20 at Lake Merritt Amphitheater in Oakland, Calif., on Tuesday, Oct. 13, 2020. Prop 20 would roll back several criminal justice reforms Californians have enacted in recent years by toughening criminal penalties and restricting access to parole. People who commit certain theft-related crimes could receive increased penalties such as longer jail terms. (Ray Chavez/Bay Area News Group)

Proposition 20: Will California go back to its ‘tough on crime’ past?

 

UPDATE: San Jose approves plan to keep homeless sheltered through winter and beyond

San Jose will buy a hotel to provide transitional housing.

Jake Tonkel, a candidate for San Jose City Council, is at odds with the
San Jose Police Officers’ Association.

QUOTE OF THE DAY

“Our District 6 race alone might see almost half a million dollars by the time this is over against
me or in support of Dev and, absolutely, it has an impact on voters. I’ve gotten emails saying,
‘Jake, why do you hate police officers?”

– San Jose City Council candidate Jake Tonkel on the San Jose Police Officers’ Association spending
nearly six figures to defeat him

 

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Steve Jeffrey’s  Candidate Statement for POA Vice President

As we all are abundantly aware, we as law enforcement officers and as a police officers association are in the midst of some unprecedently times locally and throughout our country; and have faced an extreme level of scrutiny in all aspects of our professional and personal lives.  The current political environment is proving to be a very difficult challenge now and will certainly continue to be in the future.  The numerous proposed statewide legislative changes will continue to be challenge in the years to come and we must be prepared and willing to stand up for what is right to ensure that we protect our officer rights and to ensure that we all have to the opportunity to safely do our jobs.  It is my belief that in times like these it is more important than ever to remain diligent in our support of each other and stand strong together as we traverse these turbulent times.

A trustworthy, membership focused association is vital during the crucial times we currently face.  We are a brotherhood that must remain united; and trust must be at the very core of this association.  The current association regime has shattered that trust by failing to perform its most basic function of membership support.  This is not acceptable.  We are an association that needs to get back to the basics by supporting our members and creating an environment where we all can thrive both professional and personally.  The current times are not perfect, and the foreseeable future will be difficult, but I believe a change is necessary within our association and we must give ourselves the opportunity to once again thrive as an association through membership support and a positive outlook.

If elected to the position of Vice-President of the San Jose Police Officers Association, I purpose the following areas of focus:

  • Immediately work tirelessly to regain the trust of our entire membership
  • Negotiate for better wages and benefits for our entire membership
  • Improve the quality of our work environment with a focus on employee attraction and retention.
  • Provide proper representation and membership support
  • Provide increased communication and transparency of association activities
  • Increase our political footprint through aggressive political action
  • Increase our engagement and support of the communities we serve

I have worked for the City of San Jose for 22 years.  Throughout my career with the San Jose Police Department I have served as a patrol officer, Field Training Officer, Traffic Enforcement Unit, Special Events Team and Criminal Intelligence Unit.  I am currently assigned to patrol as a District Sergeant.  Prior to my law enforcement career, I was a member of Sheet Metal Workers Local 104 and San Jose International Firefighters Local 230.  I am also proud to say that a large portion of my family are members of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers IBEW 595.  I have been associated with labor my whole adult life.

Therefore, I am seeking your vote for the position of Vice-President of the San Jose Police Officers Association.  Your voice matters and this November, you and the entire membership will have a choice to move forward with a positive purposeful change or remain rooted in the current stagnant existence.  I believe that we must adapt as the world changes around us and as we face significant change it is extremely import to have a police officers association that has its entire membership’s best interest at heart and an association that is willing to protect its own to the end.

I recognize that our police officer’s association is not the executive board’s association or their political platform, it is an association that belongs to all the hard working men and women of the San Jose Police Department who deserve better; who deserve to be heard and protected at all costs.  If elected, I will work diligently to help create a police officer’s association that we can all be proud of and an association that we can all feel confident in knowing we will be supported in both our professional and personal lives.

Remember:  This is OUR association!  YOU are a critical part!  We must ALL stand as one!

Thank you for your consideration.

Steve Jeffery #3520

Staffer of Democrat Senate candidate refers to police as ‘worthless f***ing pigs’

Three police officers injured as protesters clash with Trump supporters in San Francisco

 

During the Pandemic period during which we are all bored to the bone, staying at home with little to do other than
communicate by email, let me encourage you to use the time to to do you part in recruiting new members to the PBA.

If you are communicating with sworn personnel from ours or any agency, invite them to join is in the SJPBA. Sweeten
the  pot with the promise of an open bar and dinner once a month! That oughta do it if they’ve been a cop for more
than 3 weeks 🙂

On the first meeting night after the pandemic restrictions are lifted,
LET’S GET MOIR AND HIS BARTENDERS TO WORK THEIR BUTTS OFF!

TAKE NOTE: Membership to the PBA is open to all sworn members of the Police Dept., active or retired.
Associate membership is open to all sworn officers of other agencies — active or retired — of any local, state or federal agency.

Invite them as a guest or just point them to
https://www.sjpba.net/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/PBA-application-NEW.pdf

 

San Jose early 1900’s

California readies its COVID-19 vaccine distribution plan

With a Friday deadline, state structures the safe storage, transportation and distribution of the vaccine

Further Evidence That The Farsider Is Truly An Educational Publication!

 

Coronavirus economy:
Job rebound fizzles in Bay Area, California — South Bay powers on

OAKLAND, CA – MARCH 17: Light traffic is seen in this aerial view of the maze in Oakland, Calif., on Tuesday, March 17, 2020. Seven Bay Area counties are locked down in an unprecedented shelter-in-place order from Gov. Gavin Newsom because of the coronavirus spread. (Jane Tyska/Bay Area News Group)

 

Wilson, Miranda, Martin, Wedlow, and Edwards circa mid 1980’s.

1947 Lou’s Village San Jose, Ca

The Last Lynching In California

Brooke Hart, the son of a San Jose department store owner, was kidnapped
and murdered in November 1933. The sensational crime would unleash a mob’s
fury and end in the gruesome park hanging of two men before a cheering crowd.
A lynch mob batters down the Santa Clara County Jail door in San Jose to get at Thomas Thurmond and John M. Holmes, the suspects in the kidnap and murder of Brooke Hart.
On Nov. 26, 1933, an angry mob broke into the Santa Clara County Jail in San Jose and took Thomas Thurmond to St. James Park where they hanged him.

It drew a crowd of spectators!

The photos everyone should see & understand







 

K9 Sarge ends career with plenty of finds and apprehensions

BIRD DANCES TO DIFFERENT TUNES!

 

Dog Really Hates His Owner’s Off-Key Singing

Parrot Throws Tantrum When Owner Says She’s Leaving

Dog Furious That Owner Washed All Her Stuffed Animals


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L.Pyle#1621

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