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2014-2015 SALARY IMPACTS OF SECTION 186 SAN BERNARDINO POLICE DEPARTMENT
Attribute to Mr. Parker:
Section 186 of the City Charter requires a basic standard for fixing salaries, classifications, and working conditions of the Police and Fire Departments. Impact to the salaries of the Police Safety Management Unit require salary increases ranging from 2.52% to 5.29% and the Police Safety Unit (those represented by the San Bernardino Police Officers' Association) for Fiscal-Year 2014-2015 require salary increases ranging from 3.52% to 4.92%. The total costs to the City represent over $1.3 Million annually in additional base salaries, benefit and estimated overtime costs. View PDF
DUI Saturation Patrol
The San Bernardino Police Department conducted a DUI Saturation Patrol from 6:00 p.m. to 2:00 a.m. on Thursday, October 16, 2014. During this event 50 vehicles were stopped, 11 people were given field sobriety tests, 2 of which were arrested for driving under the influence (alcohol). 6 people were arrested for warrants and 1 for a non-DUI violation. 23 citations were issued for miscellaneous traffic violations, 3 citations were issued to drivers operating vehicles with a suspended or revoked drivers license, 10 citations were issued to unlicensed drivers, 12 vehicles were impounded.
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