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Officer exposed

Brothers and Sisters I received a disturbing account of an officer who was exposed to what is believed to be fentanyl. This is becoming a massive problem at SDCC. I just spoke with officers at the hospital. Officer Turner was not responding to the nasal Narcan doses. They gave him 5. Currently, he is stable, but not super responsive. He is barely conscious. This is like 5 officers in the last month or so. I will be calling the Director tomorrow. This needs to be addressed immediately by drug dogs. They are saying the inmate Jimmied open his door and blew the dope at the officer to expose him. If they have that much of this shit that they feel they can just waste it, there is a severe problem. Let me also say if you know of any staff member who is supplying or allowing inmates to be supplied, they do not play for the same team as us. They are not your brother or sister, if you see something, say something! If they picked the side of an inmate, they chose the wrong family. We need solidarity and dirty staff are not welcome in our family! Huge thank you to the officers who are down at the hospital with Turner. There were others at the hospital, but thank you Officers Vasquez, Garcia, and Costello for speaking with me and keeping me updated. This is fraternalism, this is solidarity, and these are the values we cherish in FOP. Be safe and take care of each other.

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VARGAS
VARGAS
28 de nov. de 2023

inmates=$ Us officers are expendable and easily replaced 

Curtir

This is attempted murder. Are these inmates being charged with crimes and being given a lot more time for this? Or is he just gonna get a 'write up'?

Curtir

Does the Intramuscular Narcan injection treatment response faster to treatment compared to the intranasal? What is more effective?


Heard that medical staff hesitated (claimed he can loose his medical license...blah blah blah; so much for Good Samaritan Law to assumes a duty to use reasonable care of saving ones life whether the person is an inmate, Officer or Staff or some outsider that was pick up on the highway need medical help) or he was to much controlled by the dept policy not allowed to use injection on staff but inmate is okay till more time goes by a permission was given by higher authority.


Hearing this was very disturbing news about the way our Dept in housed medical staff…


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Korushing
Korushing
27 de nov. de 2023

I think drug dogs should be posted at the gate house during shift change. If caseworkers, maintenance, free staff go to take their break then they need to be scheduled. This would ensure that a drug dog can be there. Also, there are scanners now that can detect substances on paper, WE NEED THESE AT ALL THE FACILITIES. Supervisors shouldn't be exempt from being around the dog either. This obviously isn't an isolated incident it has happened several times in the last month or two. The inmates ARE weaponizing the product that is brought into the facility. If Maintenace has a sperate entrance to the facility that needs to be closed off as well.

Curtir

And tell me why is the yard or even the Unit not on a lockdown? They really are showing they could care less about their Officers safety at all.

Curtir
Respondendo a

Thank you. Called the Unit they are on lock down. They changed the initial orders. So that's a step. This is the 6th Officer to have an reaction with drugs within a month. I hope they really follow through with what they told you because this is way out of hand.

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