The Vanderburgh County Sheriff’s Office graduated twenty-three (23) new confinement officers from the Indiana Law Enforcement Basic Jail Officers Course today. Officers from Vanderburgh, Pike, Tipton, Tippecanoe, Dubois, Gibson, Warrick and Spencer counties completed the Basic Jail Officer’s Course.In 2006, the Indiana Law Enforcement Training Board approved the Vanderburgh County Sheriff’s Office as a regional training site for this forty (40) hour course, which is required of all newly hired jail officers during their first year. The new officers were instructed in subjects such as ethics, tactical communication, report writing, jail operations, physical security, searches, evidence gathering, booking and admissions, bloodborne pathogens, cultural awareness, suicide prevention, mental illness and legal issues.The regional officers will return to their respective agencies next week in order to continue additional facility-specific training. Vanderburgh County Sheriff’s Office confinement officers will spend the next two weeks attending additional classroom and practical training, which will include topics such as housing unit supervision, gang identification, defensive and physical tactics, record keeping and practical scenarios. Upon completion of the classroom training, the new confinement officers will be assigned to a Field Training Officer (FTO) for an additional ten (10) weeks before being permitted to work alone.At any given time the Sheriff’s Office houses over 675 inmates within the confines of a 146,500 square foot facility. As an Indiana Law Enforcement Academy accredited provider, the Sheriff’s Office accepts applications from outside agencies to attend the Basic Jail Officers Course at our facility. Pictured above: Jail Officers Course – Class 2018-108FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmail
BACOLOD City – Three quarantineviolators yielded suspected shabu in Barangay San Juan, San Carlos City, NegrosOccidental. Detained in the lockup cell of the SanCarlos City police station, the suspects face charges for violation of RepublicAct 9165, or the Comprehensive Dangerous Drugs Act of 2002 and for violation ofExecutive Order No. 20-20, series of 2020./PN Police officers conducting coastalpatrol chanced upon the suspects onboard a motorized banca not wearing face masks on April 24. The suspects also failedto show quarantine passes, a police report showed. When frisked, they yielded suspectedillegal drugs valued at around P50,000. They were Rhodney Alqueza, and brothersWarlito and Jerry Boy Villadar – all residents of Barangay 6, San Carlos City,a police report showed.
Facebook4Tweet0Pin0Submitted by the Oly Town ArtesiansThe Oly Town Artesians will play their regular season opener on Saturday, November 17 when they host the Western Indoor Soccer League’s newest member, Tacoma Narrows FC, at The Pavilion at The Evergreen State College. It is the first of ten regular season games for the Artesians as announced by the WISL this week.With the addition of Narrows FC, the WISL returns to a six team league for its fifth season and each team will play five home games. The Artesians play three of their first four games on their home turf but then hit the road for four straight before finishing things off with two home games in a row, including a visit from three-time WISL champion Bellingham United in the regular season finale.Here is the entire Artesians 2018-2019 schedule…November 17 – vs. Tacoma Narrows – Evergreen Pavilion – 6:30 PMDecember 1 – vs. Snohomish Skyhawks – Evergreen Pavilion – 6:30 PMDecember 8 – at Bellingham United – Bellingham Sportsplex – 7:35 PMDecember 15 – vs. Tacoma Stars Reserves – Evergreen Pavilion – 6:30 PMDecember 22 – at Oly-Pen Force – Oly-Pen Sports Center – Time: TBAJanuary 5 – at Tacoma Stars Reserves – Tacoma Soccer Center – 6:00 PMJanuary 12 – at Snohomish Skyhawks – Snohomish Soccer Dome – Time: TBAJanuary 19 – at Tacoma Narrows – Tacoma Soccer Center – 8:00 PMJanuary 26 – vs. Oly-Pen Force – Evergreen Pavilion – 6:30 PMFebruary 2 – vs. Bellingham United – Evergreen Pavilion – 6:30 PM Oly’s home field is The Pavilion at The Evergreen State College, a unique campus facility that received a $1 million renovation over the summer that included a new roof, new siding and interior improvements that will make the building much more inviting for players and fans. The field is the smallest field in the WISL but features the best site lines and the best atmosphere in the league and the Artesians are dedicated to putting on the best show in the WISL this season.The Artesians will get their first competitive action next Saturday at the WISL Preseason Tournament, hosted by the Oly-Pen Force at the Oly-Pen Sports Center in Bremerton. The first games are set to kick off midday. A full schedule will be posted this week. Stay up to date with the Artesians by visiting the Oly Town Artesians website, following them on Twitter, and liking them on Facebook.
Soccer Quest wrapped up its indoor league season by crowning champs in the three adult divisions.Abacus made it a clean sweep of the Jackson’s Hole Masters League by capturing both playoff and regular season title. Abacus edged out Bia Boro 6-5 in the final to claim the title.The regular season champs advanced to the final by scoring another narrow semi final victory, 5-4, over Jackson’s Hole.In the other divisions, Dirty Dozen beat Selkirk Eyecare 4-3 to claim the Bridge Ladies Rec League crown.The win also made it a two-title season for regular season champ Dirty Dozen.Meanwhile, in the Nelson Ford Men’s Open league Kootenay Co-op nipped Old Dogs 7-5 in the final.The teams finished tied for top spot during the regular season.