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List of SCPD Officers for Copwatchers
by (posted by) Norse
Monday Jul 22nd, 2013 3:34 PM
A Public Records Request (essentially just an e-mail headed with the words "Public Records Act Request") is often sufficient to quickly dislodge info (though sometimes you run into stiff resistance). The person to e-mail at the SCPD with requests for such is Debbie Lentini (dlentini [at] cityofsantacruz.com) at the Records Department. It looks like the list hasn't changed too much since it was posted at http://badcopsc.blogspot.com/2011/08/list-of-scpd-officers.html but this one is presumably more up to date. In posting stories involving the SCPD, it's helpful to know and use their names.

SCPD Officers as of 7-22 according to their Records Department
§In case the PDF isn't clear...
by Robert Norse Monday Jul 22nd, 2013 3:39 PM
SANTA CRUZ POLICE DEPARTMENT
BADGE ID LIST


100 Vogel, Kevin Chief 148 Teaford, Alex
101 Bush, Jonathan Sgt. 149 Kramer, Nicholas
102 Garcia, Jose Sgt. 150 Hoppe, Erich
103 Flippo, Dan Lt. 151 Kendall, Kevin "Trevor"
104 Barry, Warren Lt. 152 Ganzel, Alexander
107 McPhillips, Jack Sgt. 153 Cecena, Karina
108 Forbus, David Sgt. 154 Warren, Brian
110 Martinez, Richard DC 155 Rosell, Dave
111 Conner, Mike Sgt. 156 Kiar, Ryan
112 Eveleth, Mark Sgt. 157 Cross, Carly
113 Clark, Steve DC 158 Pawlak, David
114 LeMoss, Christian Sgt 159 Schonfield, Laurel
115 Vasquez, Arnold Sgt. 160 Trog, Joshua
116 Medina, Michael Sgt. 161 Martin, Alex
117 Campbell, Scott Sgt. 162 Crowell, Forrest
118 Escalante, Bernie Lt. 163 Guerrasio, Dominic
120 Harms, Michael Sgt. 164 Winston, Bill
121 Richard, Larry Lt. 165 Inouye, Ron
122 Crofts, Greg Sgt. 166 Mulvihill, Matt
123 Garner, Scott Sgt. 167 DeOcampo, Paul
124 Albert, David 169 Jones, Carter
125 Auldridge, Jeff 170 Hedley, Michael
126 Clayton, Bill 171 Fincutter, Eileen
128 Huynh, Mike 173 Hansen, Wesley
130 Bynes, Wendy 174 Shields, Timothy
131 Shepard, John 177 Heebner, Adrienne
132 Cockrum, Denise 178 Hatcher, Brian
133 Kelley, Jason 179 Rodriguez, Saul
134 Ross, Dustin 180 Badeo, Ruben
135 Deeg, Ken 181
182
Burnham, Ian
Gunter, David
137 Hernandez, Joe 183 Clark, Barnaby
138 Northrup, Brent 185 Gallegos, Juan
139 Dukelow, Rodney 186 Williams, Damon
140 Emigh, David 187 Young, Tom
141 Bayani, Patrick 188 Aguilar, Armando
142 Trindade, Patrick "Ric 189 Cline, Bruce
143 Cathrein, Marcel 190 Morey, Wesley
144 Ahlers, Travis 191 Burruel, Bradley
145 Vasquez, Nathan 192 Venegas, Sergio
146 Bailey, Mark 193 McCauley, Shannon "Koby"
147 Azua, Bill 194 Duarte, Miguel
195 Terry, Sean
196 Rodriguez, Abe
199 Forbus, Daniel

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by --
Monday Jul 22nd, 2013 7:42 PM
Two names are no longer on the list.
by video in pairs
Tuesday Jul 23rd, 2013 4:28 AM
you should teach a class at the Free Skool on Record Requesting.
by Defend with Video
Thursday Jul 25th, 2013 10:54 AM
The Hawthorn cop shooting a dog 4 times went viral.
There is a similar report at
Bad Cop Santa Cruz
http://badcopsc.blogspot.com/
that Officer Ron Inouye shot a dog in Santa Cruz.
No video though. There is an older list of cop badges there too.

Does anyone know why you can't post there anymore?

Did a snitch infiltrate the Collective and change the Admin password?
Or simple Neo-Flakism?
Cops win again I guess.


by SCPD (posted by Norse)
Monday Jul 29th, 2013 2:10 PM

Another Public Records Act request was speedily answered by Debbie Lenori. She provided a list of some of the codes used by the SCPD in referring to the specifics around "calls for service". The codes were mentioned in an earlier Public Records Act request seeking info on how much police involvement there was with the 24-hour portapotty (which was supposed to precede a restroom) at Cathcart and Cedar Streets from 1999 to 2003.

I'll likely be writing another story on Portapotty Politics--since I got a limited response. It's useful to know the details here--considering the current staff action reportedly planning a portapotty on Front St. near the Community Credit Union in the City's Parking Lot (see http://www.santacruzsentinel.com/ci_23718760/editorial-toilet-trouble-city-doing-its-best-deal ). I consider this an expensive set-up which is best dumped in the crapper in favor of open bathrooms at night in San Lorenzo Park and downtown.

The codes I was given:

CFLAG – Citizen Flag
TS-Traffic Stop
ACCPP-Accident Private Property
FUP-Follow Up
HOTREG-Registration Request
XCK-Extra Checks
LINFO-Beat Information
SUSPER-Suspicious Person
SUSVEH-Suspicious Vehicle


Call Dispositions are as follows:
HBD-Had Been Drinking
R16-Report,NoArrest
Traffic Stops are either M-Moving Violation/E-Equipment Violation/O-Other
DUP-Duplicate
R12-Report, ADW
F60-Follow Up,Other Activity
I50-Citation,Traffic
I70-Citation,Municipal Code
A80-Arrest,Drugs/Alcohol
H45-Handled at Scene,Suspicious Circumstances
A86-Arrest,Alcohol
H52-Handle at Scene,Collision Non-Injury
A62-Arrest, Warrant
H70-Handled at Scene,Municipal Code
S60-Subject Contacted,Other Activity
H60-Handled at Scene,Other Activity
H45-Handled at Scene,Suspicious Circumstances
G45-Gone on Arrival, Suspicious Circumstances
S45-Subject Contacted,Suspicious Circumstances
NDG-No Dispo Given

These codes refer the attached summary of calls for service at Cathcart and Cedar, some of which may refer to complaints about the portapotty there.

For those pondering the attachment, I'm also advised by a local source that only those entries that actually involve a Case Number, as distinguished from an Incident Number are actually on their way to generating a Police Report. There may however be citations without a police report, simply involving officer's notes. Or such is my experience in traffic court.