The whiners, pissers and moaners at Minnesota Cop Flop . . . aka Andrew "Buttinski" Henderson have again shown us HowNotTo handle corrupt local officials, haven't they? They have, haven't they?
While the whiners, pissers and moaners at Minnesota Cop Flop . . . aka Andrew "Buttinski" Henderson (The adults who think and act like four-year-olds, right?) are whining, pissing and moaning Nemmers is busy undermining the credibility of the corrupt local officials, isn't he? He is, isn't he?
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to: "Siqveland, John" email@example.com, "Eastham, John" John.Eastham@co.ramsey.mn.us, firstname.lastname@example.org
date: Thu, Nov 19, 2015 at 12:48 PM
subject: Chapter 13 data - Data to expose Carlton Co. Attorney Tommy "The Drunk" Pertler's rigging of Ramsey Co. Deputy Brett Berry's Case No. 09-CR-15-1308?
John Eastham Sergeant, Public Affairs / Data Practices 651-266-9421:
Chapter 13 data request - Please email me the following readily available free electronic public data:
1. Ramsey Co. Deputy Brett Berry's signed statement acknowledging receipt and understanding of Ramsey Co. Sheriff's dept.'s Lexipol policy and procedure manual.
2. Current union contract for Ramsey Co. deputies.
3. Ramsey Co. position description for Deputy Canine (K-9) Handler
4. Training logs for Ramsey Co. Deputy Brett Berry Years: 2010-2015
5. Data on the existence and status of any complaints or charges against Ramsey Co. Deputy Brett Berry regardless of whether the complaint or charge resulted in a disciplinary action and the the final disposition of any disciplinary action for Ramsey Co. Deputy Brett Berry
Terry Dean, Nemmers
Case No. 09-CR-15-1308 The State of Minnesota vs BRETT ARTHUR BERRY 10/21/2015 Pre-trial (11:00 AM) (Judicial Officer Beiers, Leslie) 09/30/2015 Reset by Court to 10/21/2015 Result: Held 10/21/2015 Demand for Jury Trial Doc ID# 12 01/20/2016 Pre-trial (9:00 AM) (Judicial Officer Beiers, Leslie) 01/26/2016 Jury Trial (8:30 AM) (Judicial Officer Beiers, Leslie)
Time spent caring for a police canine is generally considered “hours worked.” However, some court and arbitration decisions have upheld agreements that are in place specifying a set amount of paid time or extra compensation that an officer will receive for caring for the dog. VI. Hours worked. League of Minnesota Cities Information Memo: Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA): Police and Fire Employees 4/2/2013 Page 4 http://www.lmc.org/media/document/1/flsapoliceandfireemployees.pdf
C. Canine officers LMC information memo, Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA): Compensation for Lectures, Meetings, and Training Programs. Canine training for police officers may be outside regular work hours and may even be voluntary, but most likely the city must pay an officer for attending this type of training as it is directly related to the employee’s job. LMC information memo, Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA): Police and Fire Employees. With some exceptions, time spent caring for a police canine is generally considered “hours worked.” League of Minnesota Cities Information Memo: Police Department Management and Liability Issues 9/1/2015 Page 15
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z_sqUG2qCVc ".... technically always on duty." K-9 Vest Donation Stearns County MN Stearns County MN Published on May 1, 2014 Stearns County Sheriff's Deputy Eric Schultz gives special thanks to Vested Interest in K-9s and Hair by Jim/CaJah Salon for the custom-made protective vest given to K-9 Deputy Aspen.
Job Title: Deputy Canine (K-9) Handler ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
F. The handler is responsible to see that the dog is kept healthy, safe and well cared for. Negligent care will be cause for disciplinary action or termination as a dog handler.
G. The canine handler will maintain and submit required K-9 reports and evaluations.
WORK ENVIRONMENT The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. This position works primarily in the field for patrol related duties. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is often exposed to airborne particles; body fluids; chemical solutions; heat; cold; humidity; wet slippery area. The noise level in the work environment is usually loud. This position is impacted by urgent time deadlines, heavy or uncontrollable work flow, hostile customers, the need to make quick decisions, the need for extreme accuracy and attention to fine detail, uncontrollable interruptions and the need to frequently shift attention.
BACKGROUND INVESTIGATION Those employed in this position are subject to a background investigation. Conviction of a crime will not necessarily disqualify an individual for this classification.
102.4 MANUAL ACCEPTANCE As a condition of employment, all employees are required to read and obtain necessary clarification of policies. All employees are required to sign a statement of receipt acknowledging that they have received a copy or have been provided access to the Policy Manual, and understand that they are responsible to read and become familiar with its contents. Duluth Police Department Policy Manual - Policy 102 - Policy Manual - 19
It's not the first time Deputy Brett Berry and his lawyer requested to push the pretrial hearing to a later date. On Wednesday, attorneys rescheduled a settlement conference for January 20, 2016 with a jury trial set for January 26, 2016 if no settlement is reached. K-9 abuse trial pushed to later date By Tara Terregino, KJBR October 21, 2015 Updated Oct 21, 2015 at 5:10 PM CST
The deputy was attending a training and certification event at Black Bear Casino Resort in June when he was captured on video "yelling at his dog and aggressively scolding" his partner, according to the criminal complaint. Surveillance video then showed him "grabbing (the dog) by the collar and slamming it to the ground on its back" and "beating it repeatedly on or about the shoulder or ribs area," the charges said. MN deputy charged with assaulting his own police dog hopes to avoid trial By By Tom Olsen / Forum News Service, INFORUM and Forum Communications Company on Oct 21, 2015 at 8:47 p.m.
That's where police say Berry repeatedly struck the dog. Five minutes before the incident, Black Bear's security escorted the officer out of the casino's bar. They reported Berry being upset. Jury Trial Set for Officer Accused of Abusing K9 Raeanna Marnati, Web Producer, email@example.com POSTED: 06:28 PM CDT Oct 21, 2015
Drunk-Driving Breathalyzer Refusing Carlton Co. Attorney Tommy "The Drunk" Pertler Rigging K-9 Beater Ramsey Co. Deputy Brett Arthur Berry's Criminal Case? Case No. 09-CR-15-1308: The State of Minnesota vs BRETT ARTHUR BERRY? Drunk Pertler Still Illegally Withholding Data For His Drunk Son Jack's Case 09-CR-14-907 He Rigged? Not To Mention The Illegally Withheld Probationary Sanctions For Rigged 69DU-CR-12-2386? http://lionnews00.blogspot.com/2015/06/drunk-driving-breathilzyer-refusing.html
Data Practices Policy for Members of the Public We will provide electronic copies (such as email or CD-ROM) upon request if we keep the data in electronic format. Policy required by Minnesota Statutes, section 13.025, subdivision 2. Page 9 http://www.ipad.state.mn.us/docs/accesspolpub.doc
Response to a Data Request • Government entities should respond in one of three ways 1. Provide access to the data (and copies when requested) 2. Inform you the data are classified as not public (must give statute section) 3. Inform you the data do not exist • Not responding is not a proper response. Can I ask for that? Information Policy Analysis Division (IPAD) MN Department of Administration Website: www.ipad.state.mn.us Phone:651.296.6733 Email:firstname.lastname@example.org page 12.
https://www.revisor.mn.gov/statutes/?id=609.2231 609.2231 ASSAULT IN THE FOURTH DEGREE. Subdivision 1. Peace officers. Whoever physically assaults a peace officer licensed under section 626.845, subdivision 1, when that officer is effecting a lawful arrest or executing any other duty imposed by law is guilty of a gross misdemeanor and may be sentenced to imprisonment for not more than one year or to payment of a fine of not more than $3,000, or both. If the assault inflicts demonstrable bodily harm or the person intentionally throws or otherwise transfers bodily fluids or feces at or onto the officer, the person is guilty of a felony and may be sentenced to imprisonment for not more than three years or to payment of a fine of not more than $6,000, or both.
https://www.revisor.mn.gov/statutes/?id=609.43 609.43 MISCONDUCT OF PUBLIC OFFICER OR EMPLOYEE. A public officer or employee who does any of the following, for which no other sentence is specifically provided by law, may be sentenced to imprisonment for not more than one year or to payment of a fine of not more than $3,000, or both: (3) under pretense or color of official authority intentionally and unlawfully injures another in the other's person, property, or rights; or
13.03 ACCESS TO GOVERNMENT DATA. Subd. 3. Request for access to data. (a) Upon request to a responsible authority or designee, ... (d) ... The responsible authority, upon the request of any person, shall provide sufficient documentation to explain and justify the fee being charged. (e) The responsible authority of a government entity that maintains public government data in a computer storage medium shall provide to any person making a request under this section a copy of any public data contained in that medium, in electronic form, if the government entity can reasonably make the copy or have a copy made. (f). Upon the request of any person denied access to data, the responsible authority or designee shall certify in writing that the request has been denied and cite the specific statutory section, temporary classification, or specific provision of federal law upon which the denial was based. Subd. 2. Procedures. (a) The responsible authority in every government entity shall establish procedures, consistent with this chapter, to insure that requests for government data are received and complied with in an appropriate and prompt manner. 13.05 DUTIES OF RESPONSIBLE AUTHORITY. Subd. 12. Identification or justification. Unless specifically authorized by statute, government entities may not require persons to identify themselves, state a reason for, or justify a request to gain access to public government data. A person may be asked to provide certain identifying or clarifying information for the sole purpose of facilitating access to the data. 13.43 Personnel Data (1) name; employee identification number, which must not be the employee's Social Security number; actual gross salary; salary range; terms and conditions of employment relationship; contract fees; actual gross pension; the value and nature of employer paid fringe benefits; and the basis for and the amount of any added remuneration, including expense reimbursement, in addition to salary; (2) job title and bargaining unit; job description; education and training background; and previous work experience; ... (4) the existence and status of any complaints or charges against the employee, regardless of whether the complaint or charge resulted in a disciplinary action; (5) the final disposition of any disciplinary action together with the specific reasons for the action and data documenting the basis of the action, excluding data that would identify confidential sources who are employees of the public body; (6) the complete terms of any agreement settling any dispute arising out of an employment relationship, including a buyout agreement as defined in section 123B.143, subdivision 2, paragraph (a); except that the agreement must include specific reasons for the agreement if it involves the payment of more than $10,000 of public money; (7) work location; a work telephone number; badge number; work-related continuing education; and honors and awards received; and
from: Eastham, John John.Eastham@co.ramsey.mn.us
to: Lion News email@example.com
date: Thu, Nov 19, 2015 at 4:34 PM
subject: RE: Chapter 13 data - Data to expose Carlton Co. Attorney Tommy "The Drunk" Pertler's rigging of Ramsey Co. Deputy Brett Berry's Case No. 09-CR-15-1308?
This acknowledges receipt of your data request. I will contact you when the data is available.
Sergeant, Public Affairs / Data Practices
Ramsey County Sheriff’s Office
425 Grove Street | Saint Paul, Minnesota 55101
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Sent: Thursday, November 19, 2015 12:48 PM
To: Siqveland, John
Subject: Chapter 13 data - Data to expose Carlton Co. Attorney Tommy "The Drunk" Pertler's rigging of Ramsey Co. Deputy Brett Berry's Case No. 09-CR-15-1308?
More to come . . .
Drunk-Driving Breathalyzer Refusing Carlton Co. Attorney Tommy "The Drunk" Pertler Rigging K-9 Beater Ramsey Co. Deputy Brett Arthur Berry's Criminal Case? Case No. 09-CR-15-1308: The State of Minnesota vs BRETT ARTHUR BERRY? Drunk Pertler Still Illegally Withholding Data For His Drunk Son Jack's Case 09-CR-14-907 He Rigged? Not To Mention The Illegally Withheld Probationary Sanctions For Rigged 69DU-CR-12-2386?
Coordinator Dennis Genereau Forced To Drop Out of Carlton County Attorney's Race On October 16, 2014 Because Of Nemmers' Criminal Misconduct Complaint? Complaint Filed On October 15, 2014 & Uploaded To YouTube (ArrestAJudgeKit) On October 16, 2014? Complaint Filed Against Both Genereau & Pertler? County Attorney Thomas "The Drunk" Pertler To Drunk With Power (And Alcohol?) To Be Phased By Complaint? Nemmers Proves (Thank You, Jesus!) Exposing Local Corruption Wins Out Over Accepting Lessor Of Two Evils, Doesn't He?
Carlton County Attorney Thomas "The Drunk" Pertler Rigging Cases For "Drunk" Son Jack? Tommy's Sweetheart Treatment Is To Dismiss Obstruction Of Legal Process For Son, Jack? Can You Say "Conflict Of Interest"? No Mention Of Formal Personnel Complaint Against County Attorney Candidate/Coordinator Dennis Genereau? Pertler Drunk On Power Or Just Drunk? Perlter's Drunken/Retarded Response After Call To Assistant Co. Attorney?
Lion News: Carlton Co. Attorney Pertler & Coordinator Genereau Illegally Withhold Data? Part 1
Lion News: Dashcam Video - Arrest Of Carlton County Attorney Thomas 'The Drunk' Pertler?
Lion News: MN State Patrol Harasses Nemmers For Carlton's 'Drunk' Pertler? Part 1
Lion News: MN State Patrol Violating Mn Data Laws For Carlton's 'Drunk' Pertler? Part 1
Lion News: MN State Patrol Violating Mn Data Laws For Carlton's 'Drunk' Pertler? Part 2
Lion News: St. Louis Co. Court Covering Up For Carlton County's Attorney Thomas 'Drunk' Pertler?
10/23/2013 Probationary Sanctions For Drunk Driving & Breathalyzer Refusing Carlton County Attorney Thomas "The Drunk" Pertler? Will Perlter Be Sober Enough To Read And Respond To My Data Request? Formal Personnel Complaint Against County Attorney Candidate/Coordinator Dennis Genereau? Both Genereau And Pertler Think & Act Like They Are Above The Law, Don't They?
Carlton County Coordinator Dennis Genereau Illegally Withholding Public Data? Fears Personnel Data Will Show "Sweetheart Treatment" For Co. Attorney "Drunk" Pertler? Commissioner Robert Olean Aiding & Abetting In Data Crime & Ticket-Fixing Scandal?
Dash Cam Video Of Drunk Driving Speeder Rep. Thomas Huntley Illegally Withheld By State Patrol? Colonel Kevin Daly & Messenger Boy Lt. Roeske Conspiring With Huntley To Dodge Data Requests? Rep. Huntley Demanding Super-Special Treatment On Dash Cam Video? State Patrol Has History Of Illegally Withholding Public Data, Don't They?
Mn Dept. Of Public Safety's Joseph Newton Aiding & Abetting Sgt. Jesse Grabow, Lt. Eric Roeske, Capt. Steve Stromback & Capt. Sean Meagher In The Illegal Withholding Of Public Data & Criminal Misconduct? He Is, Isn't He?
Fbi Criminal Justice Information Systems (188.8.131.52) Is Watching Lion News On November 25, 2013? Looking Into Corrupt Personnel Of Minnesota Dept. Of Public Safety?