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1 The Informant The Official Publication of the San Diego Police Officers Association Volume XXXIII, No. 12 December 2013 Where are they now? Ken Andy Anderson Jeremy Henwood Mt. Soledad Memorial December

2 San Diego Police Officers Association 8388 Vickers Street (Office) San Diego, CA (Fax) Brian R. Marvel President Jeff Jordon Vice President Tom Bostedt Secretary Mike Pidgeon Treasurer Est Mike Fender Director Paul Hubka Director Ed LaValle Director Rob Lewis Director Paul Paxton Director Committees and Committee Chairs Legal... Lewis (chair), Bostedt, Jordon, Hodges, Schenkelberg Political Action... Fender (Chair), Bostedt, Pidgeon Retirement... Jordon (Chair), Sullivan Business & Governance...Fender (Chair), LaValle, Clark Bylaws & Policy Administration Parliamentarian Member Relations...Bostedt (Chair), Hubka Member Communication Member Relations Public Relations... Chairs: Paxton/Pidgeon, Bostedt, Hubka Informant Website Charity Special Events/Scholarship... Hubka (Chair), Bostedt, Lewis Budget & Finance... Pidgeon (Chair) Labor Management...Bostedt (Chair), Fender, Pidgeon Litigation (Ad Hoc Committee)... Chairs: Marvel/Jordon Memorial...Pidgeon (Chair), LaValle, Jarvis, Young, Takeuchi, Price Editorial and Advertising Information Rollin Bush, Editor Editorial Policy The views or opinions expressed in The Informant are not necessarily the opinions of the San Diego Police Officers Association, the San Diego Police Department or any official body or agency of the City of San Diego. We encourage article ideas and photographs about or of interest to our members. Article abstracts, photos, story ideas, suggestions, letters to the editor, commentaries and information may be submitted in person, by mail or by to the editor. Freedom of expression is assured within the bounds of good taste and the limits of available space. Our target audience is law enforcement, specifically POA members of the San Diego Police Department. Deadline All copy and advertising must be submitted by the tenth of the month prior to the anticipated publication month; e.g. July 10 for the August issue. Content submitted after that date may be considered for a later issue. San Diego Police Officers Association. All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced or transmitted in any form without the prior written permission of the publisher. 2 The Informant

3 In This Issue Scott Henderson... 4 Chaplain s Corner... 5 Where are they Now? - Ken Andy Anderson... 6 Code 4 Chronicles...9 Crime Files - Heroes Among Us...10 Crime Files - Uniform History...11 Jeremy Henwood Mt. Soledad Memorial SDPD Spreads Holiday Cheer SDPOA Discount Tickets SDPOA Store PERT Perspective UC-7: The Beyer Deli Fact from Fiction - Mortality Rates On the Road In Remembrance Board Minutes About the Cover: The Teddy Bear is not for sale. Follow the SDPOA on: President s Message Last month, the San Diego City Council unanimously approved the San Diego Police Department s 5-Year Plan, which was a critical and necessary step toward restoring the health of our police department. The increased staffing levels provided by the plan, coupled with increased spending on equipment, will provide much needed relief to our strained officers and will increase the department s capabilities. Funding for the plan is included in the City s Five Year Financial Outlook that was recently released. The SDPOA will remain vigilant in ensuring that this very critical funding will be appropriated by the City Council during the upcoming annual city budget process. For those not familiar with the 5-Year Plan, a core aspect is upgrading our 25+ year-old Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD) system. Fixing this outdated and clunky system, which uses long-abandoned programming language, has been a goal of the SDPOA and the department for many years. The implementation of a new system will take years, and we anticipate being a part of the development process to ensure that there s not a repeat of the OneSD difficulties. While on the topic of communications, we re actively working with the City and the Department regarding our wireless issues. Our main concern is not which carrier provides the wireless service, but that whichever carrier is selected provides the best wireless coverage and top quality service we need to safely and effectively do our jobs. Be on the lookout for updates regarding the city s current wireless contract and the CAD system in the coming months. Another high priority set forth in the 5-year plan is staffing, which calls for raising the total personnel numbers to 2,124 by For the first time outside of contract negotiations, we were able to get additional funding for the recruitment issues facing the department, and we re working closely with the Recruiting Unit to make sure the funds are wisely used to meet the goal of getting the highest quality candidates. With the increased academy sizes, now is an optimum time to study and promote. On behalf of the entire POA board, I d like to wish all of you a very Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays. I hope you have a safe holiday season and are able to enjoy your time with family and friends. All the best, December

4 Detective Scott Henderson Sporting long blond hair, earrings and tattoos, Detective Scott Henderson doesn t look like your stereotypical member of the San Diego Police Department, nor would most say that he is. Scott was born in Glasgow, Scotland, the son of a local corrections officer, so his journey to become a detective for the Gang Unit of the SDPD is not your typical tale either. Right away we were rocking and rolling... At age 12, Henderson s family traversed the Atlantic in search of the American dream. Unfortunately for Scott, that journey landed him just north of Tampa, Florida, a place he didn t particularly enjoy. At that age there were very few options to get out, stated Scott. In 1988, Scott found his way out and joined the United States Marine Corps. He received schooling, was deployed for a few years, reenlisted, and finished out his ten years of service at Camp Pendleton. Toward the end of his tenure, Scott worked on getting his U.S. citizenship, which is not a requirement to be on active duty in the military, but is necessary to join a law enforcement agency. I always knew that becoming a peace officer was an option. It probably had a lot to do with my upbringing, said Henderson. After receiving his citizenship, Scott graduated from the 41st Regional Academy and joined the SDPD in He initially wanted to work for the California Highway Patrol, but San Diego offered him a job first. In the end, I m really happy I made that decision there are a lot more opportunities with this department, stated Scott, who should know, considering he s covered a lot of ground since joining the department. Scott cut his teeth with patrol in Mid-City, where he was assigned for three and a half years until he moved over to the newly formed Graffiti Team as one of its original members. At the time, we were stationed up in Traffic, reminisced Scott. After Graffiti, Scott worked with the Gang Suppression Team for a few months before being reassigned to Western, where he ended up working on their Street Crimes Unit. In 2006, Scott was promoted to Detective and went to Vice for undercover work, where he grew out his signature hairstyle. While there, he was one of the initial detectives working on San Diego s growing human trafficking issues. After a year and a half, Scott got picked up to work in Narcotics, where he once again performed a lot of undercover work, but now in conjunction with the DEA, FBI and ATF. In March of 4 The Informant Member Spotlight this year, Scott took a job in the Street Gang Unit, where he hopes to stay. Right away, we were rock and rolling the work is nonstop, and I love it, stated Scott. He is assigned to the Lincoln Park Bloods, who provide more than enough work for him and his partner in southeast San Diego. We investigate anything from shootings to robberies anything related to a suspect or victim being involved in the Lincoln Park gang. When asked why the media doesn t seem to cover much gang activity, Scott was quick to explain that it would eat up the entire broadcast. There s no way to cover it all. It s very prevalent. Although he s looking forward to staying with the Gang Unit for a long time, he still misses going undercover once in a while. It was fun. You get to play a character and act the fool a little bit. Not many get to do that, so I made sure that I took advantage when I could, stated Scott. His ability to dirty himself up and take on various roles might explain his other passion as a member of All Liquored Up, a band that covers anything from AC/DC to ZZ Top and everything in between. You can catch them performing occasionally at Hooley s Irish Pub and Grill, Jimmy Loves, and various benefit concerts. Recently, the band performed at the PAF s Halloween Concert Party benefitting Officer Donald Meeks (see last month s issue). His love of music stems from his uncle in Scotland. He s the one that introduced me to Deep Purple, Zeppelin and Black Sabbath. After coming over to the states, I got into KISS and Aerosmith. If interested in checking out the band, they ll be playing at Hooley s Irish New Year s Eve event from 2 to 6 p.m. Although police work and his music take up a considerable amount of time, his real passion is raising his son with his beautiful wife and spending time at the river. As you may have noticed, Scott s picture is missing from this article due to the nature of his work, and for similar reasons, family details have also been excluded. If you do see a long haired guy sporting tattoos wandering down the halls of SDPD headquarters, don t be alarmed. He s more than likely our very own Detective Scott Henderson. Unless it isn t then be alarmed. The Informant would like to thank Scott for his 10 years of service in the Marines, his 15 years with the SDPD, and his entertainment contributions for many POA benefits. He s truly one who broke the mold, and the department is not only better, but more interesting, with him on board.

5 Chaplain s Corner by Herb Smith, San Diego Police Department Chaplain Comfort ye; comfort ye my people, says your God. Speak kindly to Jerusalem, and call out to her, that her warfare has ended, and her iniquity is pardoned... A voice is calling, Clear a way for the Lord in the wilderness; make straight in the desert a highway for our God. Let every valley be lifted up, and every mountain and hill made low; make the crooked straight, and the rough places plain (Isaiah 40:1-4). So goes the opening oratorio of Handel s Messiah, traditionally presented in whole and in part this time of year, in virtually every city and town of the western world, primarily throughout the U.S. It bespeaks the prophecy of God s Anointed One who comes into the world to save those who are called by His Name, who look to Him for the redemption of their soul and spirit. It is a beautiful piece in every respect and I thrill to both listen and sing with it. I personally think that for those who have trusted in God s saving grace in this life, one of the first things they ll hear in Paradise when passed from this world is the Hallelujah Chorus, in a manner only Heaven could display it, audibly and visually. We ll see But these opening lines are so very poignant. We are told from the beginning of this Scriptural composition that there is a genuine message of comfort in this world, no matter where or how we may find ourselves in it, direct from the heart of God, to us. It is a word spoken with gracious kindness and genuine sincerity. We are so much at war with ourselves on many fronts doubts, regrets, perplexities, confusion, insecurities abounding from fear of the unknowns and feelings of abandonment, betrayal, rejection and failure. But God comes to us to bring an end to our warfare, and pardon our iniquity so that it no longer defines us. And yet our hearts must be opened to receive it, hearts that, in a wilderness of emotional and spiritual suffering and pain, are a desert waste place of dark valleys, impassable mountain ranges, steep and craggy hills, crooked, convoluted paths and dry stony passes. It s hard to see or hear anything in such a place. and the faith, hope and love of God s call-out to us, a light begins to dawn with a warmth of healing and wholeness that beckons our surrender to warfare and take up of His peace. That voice calls out in the desert for those who have ears to hear. You re not alone, not forgotten, and dearly loved. Don t miss this message of Christmas. God searches us out from our ruined wasteland of destruction and debris for His glory and our good. Clear away the obstruction, come out from hiding, and be made new. And the glory of the Lord shall be revealed, and all flesh shall see it together; for the mouth of the Lord hath spoken it (v.5). Yet when we come out from among the hollows of our obstructive uncertainties and tombs of our decaying past, and expose our hearts to honesty, trust, responsibility December

6 Where are they now? Retired Sgt. Ken Andy Anderson 610-SAM, Can I have a unit If you were a Western Division Patrol officer in the 80s and early 90s, you were no stranger to this phrase. It was the call sign for Sgt. Ken Anderson, the senior patrol sergeant on the San Diego Police Department. It meant he had found a 502, the old penal code section for a DUI, and he needed a patrol officer to take custody of him. where the top 30 people on the written test were evaluated for popularity. While Andy did very well on the written test, he wasn t very popular but was still selected #22. For his promotion, he received $100 extra per month. In 1972, Andy fell from favor as a motor sergeant. He had finagled an off-duty job for a few days for himself and most of the motor unit. They were paid $8 an hour (which was more than they made with the police department) to drive corporate big wigs around the city. When management found out, he received one of his many department vacations consisting of five days on the beach and a transfer out of motors for the offense. He readily admitted his involvement but says he would probably still do it again. Andy was re-assigned to Western Division as a patrol sergeant. He remembers many incidents, but one that stands out was the PSA crash in He was catching up on paperwork in Balboa Park when he heard the first boom of two planes crashing, then a second boom when the commercial airliner hit the ground. Andy was the first sergeant on scene and worked the crash for two straight weeks. His description of the scene is graphic, but intriguing. He believes his experience investigating traffic collisions helped him keep his perspective during the aftermath. During one of these stops, with about three years on the department, my salty ass made the mistake of doubting the intoxication level of one of Andy s stops. At Andy s urging, I took the suspect to Room 138. Sure enough, he was over the legal limit. I never doubted Andy, or any senior officer, again. Andy was raised in Eastchester, New York. He moved to the Chicago area and attended Lake Forest College where he studied psychology, until he found it was all bullshit and changed his major to sociology. After responding to an ad SDPD Chief Sharp placed in the Chicago Tribune while Andy was a bus driver in Glenview, Illinois, he joined the SDPD in The hiring process consisted of a very basic written test, completing 10 chin-ups and a medical clearance, all of which took about an hour. After receiving a postcard from Chief Sharp saying he was hired, Andy drove out from Illinois to start his training. He trained six hours each day in a classroom/gym/ locker room at 801 W. Market Street, then walked a beat in North Park, Ocean Beach, or Downtown for the next four hours. This was a ten-hour shift for eight hours pay, as there was no overtime back then. Andy was promoted to Sergeant in 1967 while assigned to the motor unit. He described the process as a written test 6 The Informant If you are doing your job, you are going to piss some people off, and that will lead to discipline, says Andy. Never was this truer than when he stopped two possible robbery suspects in Linda Vista. Upon realizing he had the right guys, he started to handcuff them to the steering wheel. They drove off with Andy hanging out the window AND with the handcuffs Andy had used for 30 years. Andy fired two rounds into the dashboard to get himself free. When questioned by I.A. about the third round he fired as the vehicle was driving away, Andy stated, That was just for fun! The fun shot cost him five days on the beach. Andy laughs about the discipline he has received over the years, like the day on the beach he received when detained by Mexican police for bringing his gun to Mexico while celebrating with a fellow officer. Imagine a bunch of cops with a Mexican Police Motor escort racing back to the border so they could make it to work after a raucous weekend of beer and lobster in Ensenada and Rosarito Beach. Andy s retirement was nothing short of spectacular. Held at Tecolote Shores, attended by hundreds, and covered by all of the local news stations, it had just the right amount of fun and controversy that would lead to a big I.A. investigation. I won t tell you if anybody got a day or two on the beach, but if they did, Andy would say it was worth it!! Andy, as everyone knew him, was a cop s cop. He had a great work ethic and expected the same out of the officers who worked for him. Andy called in sick only once in 33+ years and continued making arrests right up until he retired. After

7 retirement, Andy worked a few jobs to keep busy and put a few extra dollars in his pocket. He directed traffic, managed an RV lot and did a little truck driving. He spends his time now with his dogs, Bud, who bites, and Sam, who seldom bites. He hangs out at the American Legion where he swaps stories and tips back a few beers with a great group that includes a few other veteran coppers. Image from retirement party flyer Andy has a knack for telling a story, and the detail with which he describes everything is incredible. His caricature is the model for the old cop-new cop cartoon depicting the grizzled veteran with a shotgun and a cigar next to the rookie officer with a laptop and a latte. There are many stories that I cannot tell here, but if you buy Andy a beer, you ll get a story that s worth your while. The San Diego Police Historical Association proudly presents the A.D. Brown Christmas Luncheon A Tradition Since 1974 Thursday, December 5, AM 2PM Holy Trinity Church located at Ballard and Redwood in the City of El Cajon. Open to all active duty, retired and the few friends in between who once served but left us early. Come by and enjoy old friends and fresh food. To reserve your seat simply fill out the information below and mail it to: San Diego Police Historical Assoc Broadway MS 734 San Diego, CA Call with any questions NAME: PHONE: Number of $20 each: Total: December

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9 Code 4 Chronicles Great Dope Arrest in Southern! by Debbie Farrar On October 7, 2013, Officer David Kean #6877 was conducting a hotel registry check at the Motel 6 located at 160 Calle Primera. While at the hotel, Officer Kean was contacted by the hotel manager about a large package containing a crystalline substance found by one of the maids while cleaning room #126. The manager gave a description of the person who had been staying in the room, and Officer Kean realized he had seen a person matching that description when he first arrived. Officer Kean parked his car in the hotel parking lot and watched the room while he completed his registry check. The suspect Officer Kean had seen prior to talking to the manager returned to the location, and Officer Kean contacted him. During Emergency Equipment Engineering Triple "E" the conversation, the male admitted to Officer Kean that there was a large package of what appeared to be salt in his hotel room. Officer Kean was able to get consent to enter the hotel room and examined the package of salt. The salt turned out to be over 20 pounds of methamphetamine (street value of $150,000). The male who rented the room was arrested and later admitted to narcotics detectives that he had been hired to smuggle the drugs into the U.S. from Mexico. METRO has a new MOBILE APP! It s as Easy as Tap! 1. Download our FREE Mobile App 2. Login to Mobile Banking 3. Manage Your Finances Check account balances View accounts history Transfer funds between accounts Pay bills CODE-3 Industries, Inc. Serving You Since 1976 abc Emergency Equipment Engineering 4304 Twain Avenue San Diego, CA (619) (800) Federally insured by NCUA Available for your smartphone or tablet. Search San Diego Metropolitan CU December

10 Crime Files Heroes Among Us by Steve Willard SDPOA Historian Sometime ago I read a news story that former marine Dakota Meyer was having trouble finding work. At one point he did find employment only to be mocked for his military achievements by his superiors. While it is shameful anyone would belittle the awards of a member of the US military, Dakota is America s youngest recipient of the Medal of Honor. Often (mistakenly) referred to as the Congressional Medal of Honor, it is our nation s highest award. The irony of Dakota being one of our nation s greatest warriors being lost into obscurity as a civilian is beyond strange. Apparently what occurs on the battlefield often stays on the battlefield especially when it comes to valor. Locally, a good friend of mine has a Medal of Honor. Even though he owns this prestigious honor something that s been bestowed less than 3000 times in our nation s history it was not awarded to him. The direct recipient of the medal, in the first batch of the first 13 ever issued in the history of our nation, was issued to his great great uncle for valor during the Civil War more than a century and a half ago. Today the framed medal hangs in his living room. Sharing the frame is a handwritten letter, on White House stationary, from President Abraham Lincoln detailing the award. It s an amazing sight. Seeing the medal made me wonder: are there any SDPD officers who have ever been awarded the Medal of Honor? It would be a great question to ask an expert on SDPD history but when you are (allegedly) that expert where does one turn? Apparently to the history books, personnel records and other cops. To date here is what I ve learned: SDPD has never employed a Medal of Honor recipient. The closest we ve come was Lieutenant Homer Johnson who served from A WWII veteran and a bronze star recipient, Lt. Johnson s son in law, M. Sandro Vargas Jr., was awarded the medal during Vietnam. It s rumored two sisters who served as reserve officers in the 1980 s were daughters of a Medal of Honor recipient as well. Other SDPD officers have been awarded high medals including retired Detective Tom Jauregui who was awarded the Silver Star and the Bronze Star during Vietnam. Retired Sergeant Al Massey was awarded the Bronze Star with a V for valor also in Vietnam. These officers were awarded for their service prior to joining the SDPD so what about cops who were here first, then were called up to serve and were awarded high medals? Detective Sergeant Manny Del Toro was called up during Iraq and was ultimately awarded the Bronze Star. I m sure there are other high medal awardees and I would love to hear from you on this subject. Going back to WWII, Patrolman Frank Myrick was called up to serve in He ultimately became a fighter pilot. On July 17, 1944, he was killed in action near Pisa Italy when he flew directly into enemy gunfire to attack a Nazi supply train. It was his 3rd pass at the train. Awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross and an air medal with oak leaf clusters, he died a decorated war hero. Patrolman Robert Harvey also served in WWII as a combat test pilot. Like Myrick he too was awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross. Harvey returned to SDPD and served another six years before he was called back to duty in 1951 to serve in Korea. By that time Harvey was a vice detective. He was killed on October 31, 1952, when his B-29 bomber was shot down over the Sea of Japan. To commemorate the service of Officer Myrick and Detective Harvey, a bronze plaque was placed at the bottom of the flag pole near the entrance to the San Diego Zoo. Commissioned in 1952, it s been there for more than 60 years but most San Diegan s have never seen it because of surrounding shrubbery. We lost an employee in the Vietnam War. On March 10, 1969, police cadet Allen Mortensen, who had been drafted from the SDPD ranks, was on patrol in a Vietnamese rice paddy when an errant U.S. artillery round exploded near him. The 23-year-old Green Beret sergeant was killed instantly. More recently, on October 18, 2008, Officer Rico Borjas lost his life while serving his country in Afghanistan. While the deaths of those four employees do not technically qualify as line of duty, the San Diego Police Museum has chosen to honor their sacrifices as they died fighting for their country. On August 6, 2011, Officer Jeremy Henwood was murdered in the line of duty. The irony was that as a former Marine Corps officer, Henwood had served in a combat theatre and returned unscathed only to be gunned down on the streets of America simply for the uniform he wore. The incident was a stark reminder that there are cold blooded cowards right here in our own community that will kill a cop for no other reason than for what he or she represents. Many first responders reject being called heroes. It s understandable. Anyone applying for this line of work simply for the glory is probably not the right candidate for the profession. That said, what else could one call somebody who willing dons a uniform that some see as a target? What do you call someone who runs towards danger while everyone in their right mind is trying their absolute best to get away from it? What do you call a person who willingly leaves their community, a place of relative safety, to go off and fight a vicious war? Hero seems to fit, even if the title is reluctantly accepted. In memory of Officer Julie Y. Cross SDPD murdered in the line of duty as a US Secret Service agent on 06/04/ The Informant

11 Crime Files A Uniform History This month, The Informant asked Steve Willard to set the Crime Files time machine back almost 125 years to illustrate some of the more drastic uniform changes the department has seen over the years. All the photos below were taken at the San Diego Police Museum (4710 College Avenue) and Steve provided the context and description. If you haven t already, be sure to visit the museum to check out thousands of SDPD artifacts from throughout the history of the department. For those active and retired members of the department, imagine patrolling in the summer wearing these woolen gems June 1, On the first day of the San Diego Police Departments existence, officers hit the street in Navy blue overcoats with silver buttons and a large seven point silver badge affixed to their chest. On their heads they wore Navy blue London Bobbie style helmets. Each uniform cost $42.50 (out of a monthly salary of $80), the praise was well earned. On January 1, 1915, Chief Keno Wilson introduced his entire force to the city in an olive drab green WWI dough boy style uniform. Officers wore the green high collar coat during the summer then switched to an all blue style in the winter. Caps were mandatory. Badges were made of solid copper and were shaped much like a six leaf clover. In 1935, the department switched back to blue uniforms to commemorate an exposition in Balboa Park. This time the uniform was a ¾ length dress coat with blue pants and a white shirt and black tie. It may very well have been the best looking uniform the department has ever worn but it came with a price. In addition to being costly, many officers complained the all wool design made it exceptionally hot. December

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13 Jeremy Henwood Mt. Soledad Memorial Honoring one of our own fallen heroes On Saturday, November 9, 2013, fallen SDPD Officer Jeremy Henwood was honored during a special Veterans Day ceremony at the Mount Soledad Veteran s Memorial in La Jolla. Hundreds were in attendance for the unveiling of a plaque that memorialized his service with a photo and brief biography, which will be placed on the wall of veterans. As a Marine, Jeremy was deployed overseas three times, one of which was to the Middle East. After leaving the Marine Corp, Jeremy joined the San Diego Police Department in On August 6, 2011, Jeremy was killed by a suicidal gunman for doing nothing more than wearing his uniform. Henwood was a valued asset to the department and beloved by all those that knew him. As Interim Mayor Gloria stated at the event to Jeremy s father, the passage of time has not dampened our love and our appreciation for your son and his service to our city. December

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15 by Angela Bull Coppers Get a Chance to Shine During the Holidays SDPD spreads cheer throughout the season. Despite their dedication to serving the community, police officers rarely get to make someone s day brighter. However, the holiday season presents several opportunities to turn that around. This year, The San Diego Police Department will be involved in a variety of events designed to spread a little cheer and give back to those in need. One of the most widely known events is Shop with a Cop (www., which takes place this year on Saturday, December 7th. Hosted by San Diego County Probation Department and San Diego County District Attorney s Office, uniformed officers are paired with more than 300 underprivileged children for a day of seasonal festivities. The morning begins with an exclusive show at Sea World, and is followed by a patrol car procession to Target, complete with lights and sirens. The children are then given $100 gift cards to spend on presents for themselves and their families. Officers help them budget their money, choose gifts, and get everything beautifully wrapped. The 2013 Law Enforcement Teddy Bear Drive ( is on Tuesday, December 10th, and incorporates participants from over 20 local police, sheriff, state and federal agencies throughout San Diego County. Officials fill up their patrol units with over 50,000 teddy bears that have been collected at area stations and events. The units then drive in a lighted caravan from the USS Midway to Rady Children s Hospital and donate the bears to sick and healing patients. In the past, Chargers team members have also been on scene to take pictures and hand out the fuzzy friends. Later in the month, on December 21st, juvenile Safety Patrol Officers citywide are honored at the annual Safety Patrol Christmas Party. Approximately 800 kids are recognized for their hard work and valuable contributions to public safety at their schools with a carnival-like party full of games, food, prizes, and more. auditorium. Once inside, they get to spend time with Santa and Mrs. Claus, and they received a wrapped gift before they leave. Northern Division officers have the opportunity to participate in the Alcott Elementary Angel Tree Program. A Christmas Tree is placed inside the division and it is decorated with paper angels descriptions of children at the school and toys that are appropriate for them. Officers choose an angel and purchase a gift for the students, who have been diagnosed within a range of severe to mild disability. The gifts are then delivered to the children at the school, much to their delight. Southeastern Division hosts their annual Southeastern Christmas Party at the Jacobs Center on December 19th. Over 60 families, selected from the community, are invited to attend a Christmas dinner served by officers, to visit with Santa Claus, and to enjoy toys, games, and plenty of Christmas cheer. In addition to parties and events, all commands will wrap and deliver donated gifts and food to needy families identified by schools, organizations, and even patrol officers on radio calls. In prior years, area stations have also hosted Christmas Tree drives, Christmas dinners, visits with Santa Claus, and even trips to holiday plays. Holiday events often require many helping hands and hours of volunteer time. Citizens and officers are vital to identifying deserving families, staffing food and gift drives, wrapping presents, distributing packages, and filling several other roles. If you re interested in participating in Shop with a Cop, the Teddy Bear Drive, or area events at your local station, or if you have an idea for a new event, contact your Community Resource Officer or Juvenile Services Team to get started. In addition to these citywide celebrations, individual SDPD divisions also host localized events specifically for their communities. Central Division hosts Santa s Village on December 14th at Kimbrough Elementary School. Underserved children ages kindergarten through 3rd grade are invited to attend Santa s Village inside the winter wonderland of a transformed December

16 Please note: Ticket prices highlighted in yellow have recently changed. ATTRACTION Age Member Regular Expires Limits CALIFORNIA ADVENTURE - ADULT (10+) $88.32 $92.00 OR- DISNEYLAND 1 DAY 12/31/13 8/Member CHILD (3-9) $82.56 $86.00 PARK PASS per month CALIFORNIA ADVENTURE & DISNEYLAND 1 DAY HOPPER *CALIFORNIA ADVENTURE AND DISNEYLAND 2 DAY HOPPER Electronic, Credit Card Purchases Only ADULT (10+) CHILD (3-9) ADULT (10+) CHILD (3-9) $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ /31/13 12/31/13 8/Member per month 8/Member per month CALIFORNIA ADVENTURE & DISNEYLAND ANNUAL PASSES - Please visit to determine which annual pass best fits your needs. Credit Cards ONLY! BIG BEAR/SNOW SUMMIT *Blackout Dates Apply* KNOTT'S BERRY FARM LEGOLAND-GET A SECOND DAY FREE 2 DAY LEGOLAND RESORT HOPPER LEGOLAND, SEALIFE AQUARIUM & WATERPARK *MAGIC MOUNTAIN Electronic, Credit Card Purchases Only A $7.99 Processing fee applies MEDIEVAL TIMES CA SAN DIEGO ZOO/ SAFARI PARK SEA WORLD - 1 DAY SEA WORLD - AQUATICA SEA WORLD FUN PASS * UNIVERSAL STUDIOS 3DAY Electronic, Credit Card Purchases Only * UNIVERSAL STUDIOS BUY ONE DAY GET A YEAR Electronic, Credit Card Purchases Only ADULT (22+) JR. (13-21) REG. (12+) JR (3-11) $42.00 $34.00 $34.00 $25.00 $59.00 $49.00 $62.00 $33.00 Not In Season 12/31/13 ALL AGES $59.00 $ /31/13 ALL AGES $68.00 $ /31/13 GENERAL $34.99 $ /29/13 ADULT (13+) CHILD (-12) ADULT (12+) CHILD (3-11) ADULT (10+) CHILD (3-9) ADULT (10+) CHILD (3-9) ADULT (10+) CHILD (3-9) $42.65 $32.40 $38.25 $29.75 $59.00 $59.00 $28.00 $20.00 $67.00 $67.00 $57.95 $37.95 $44.00 $34.00 $79.00 $71.00 $38.00 $30.00 $79.00 $71.00 No expiration 06/03/14 06/03/14 08/31/13 08/31/13 During Season 12/31/13 ALL AGES $75.00 $ /31/13 ALL AGES $84.00 $ /31/13 8/Member Per Month 8/Member per month 8/Member per month 8/Member per month 8/Member per month 8/Member per month 8/Member per month 8/Member per month 8/Member per month 8/Member per month 8/Member per month 8/Member per month These tickets must be purchased electronically (at the POA store) using a credit or debit card with a Visa or MasterCard logo. 16 The Informant MOVIE THEATERS MEMBER REGULAR EXPIRES Limits AMC Restricted $7.00 $12.50 No expiration AMC GOLD - Unrestricted $8.50 $12.50 No expiration READING $7.50 $12.00 No expiration 10/Member REGAL / EDWARDS / UNITED $7.50 $12.50 No expiration per month ARTIST Restricted REGAL / EDWARDS / UNITED ARTIST Unrestricted $8.50 $12.50 No expiration You must show POA membership card to purchase member tickets - NO EXCEPTIONS! Please call the POA store to verify ticket availability. All prices are subject to change without notice.

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18 PERT Perspective MENTAL ILLNESS FACTS & NUMBERS Numbers of Americans Affected by Mental Illness One in four adults approximately 61.5million Americans experiences mental illness in a given year. One in 17 (about 13.6 million) live with a serious mental illness such as schizophrenia, major depression or bipolar disorder. Approximately 20% of youth ages 13 to 18 experience severe mental disorders in a given year. For ages 8 to 15, the estimate is 13%. Approximately 1.1% of American adults (2.6 million) live with schizophrenia. Approximately 2.6% of American adults (6.1 million) live with bipolar disorder. Approximately 6.7% of American adults (14.8 million) live with major depression. Approximately 18.1% of American adults (42 million people) live with anxiety disorders, such as panic disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), generalized anxiety disorder and phobias. About 9.2 million adults have co-occurring mental health and addiction disorders. Approximately 26% of homeless adults staying in shelters live with serious mental illness and an estimated 46% live with severe mental illness and/or substance use disorders. Approximately 20% of state prisoners and 21% of local jail prisoners have a recent history of a mental health condition. 70% of youth in juvenile justice systems have at least one mental health condition and at least 20% live with a severe mental illness. Getting Mental Health Treatment in America Approximately 60% of adults, and almost 50% of youth ages 8 to 15 with a mental illness received no mental health services in the previous year. African American and Hispanic Americans used mental health services at about one-half the rate of whites in the past year and Asian Americans at about one-third the rate. 50% of all chronic mental illness begins by the age of 14; 75% by age 24. Despite effective treatment, there are long delays sometimes decades between the first appearance of symptoms and when people get help. The Impact of Mental Illness in America Serious mental illness costs America $193.2 billion in lost earnings per year. Mood disorders such as depression are the third most common cause of hospitalization in the U.S. for both youth and adults ages 18 to 44. Individuals living with serious mental illness face an increased risk of having chronic medical conditions. Adults living with serious mental illness die on average 25 years earlier than other Americans, largely due to treatable medical conditions. Over 50% of students with a mental health condition age 14 and older who receive special education drop out of school the highest dropout rate of any disability group. Suicide is the tenth leading cause of death in the U.S. (more common than homicide) and the third leading cause of death for ages 15 to 24 years. More than 90% of those who die by suicide had one or more mental disorders. Although military members comprise less than 1% of the U.S. population, veterans represent 20% of suicides nationally. Each day, 22 veterans die on average from suicide. FOR MORE INFORMATION ON MENTAL ILLNESS VISIT or call NAMI 18 The Informant

19 UC-7: An Anonymous Eater Highlighting cop-friendly eateries in the City of San Diego that provide a full meal for under or around $8.00 using a strict 5 badge rating system. The Beyer Deli Recently, I was on a long, southbound, directionless adventure I traveled for days and days and days, stopping occasionally to fill my gas tank and then moving on. I felt as though I might never reach any destination. I saw so many foreign lands! So unfamiliar! Was I in Argentina? Chile? Had I reached the southern tip of Patagonia? Would my name go down in history books as a fearless, scurvy-afflicted explorer? I eventually became so weary that true sustenance was in order. I stopped and looked around at my fascinating surroundings, otherwise known as Southern Division. The Beyer Deli is located at 3065 Beyer Boulevard, in the faraway land of South Bay, (619) They take cash only and are open Monday-Friday from 7 a.m.-3 p.m. There is ample parking, as it is located inside an industrial park, which is perfect for report writing and 1017 s. The space is fairly small, so I recommend taking breakfast or lunch to go. There are several parks nearby, such as the Wing (ask a South Bay cop) and Montgomery Waller, which provide an excellent setting for a squad lunch. I ate at the Beyer Deli twice while Jacob D was out of town for a few days, thus missing out on his beloved consumption of all things pastrami. Regarding the pastrami I usually don t go mad for it like Jacob D; give me some pure unadulterated roast beef, and I m happy as a clam, but Beyer Deli s Manhandler ($6.25) came highly recommended by several reliable sources. I dove INTO this sandwich of warm pastrami, bacon, coleslaw, and Thousand Island dressing, and it was to die for! The pastrami was juicy, savory and generously laid across the squaw bread. The bacon was thick, and unlike many deli sandwiches that reduce bacon to a bit player, the Manhandler was overflowing with it. The coleslaw, not content to be just a side, provided the perfect, fresh crispiness for all the savory flavors. This was a massive sandwich that required a fork. I happily drove back to the Beyer Deli for a second visit. This time, I tried their Chicken Salad sandwich ($5.95) on sourdough bread. Success! I was so happy to find a place that makes a proper chicken salad without unnecessary raisins and cranberries. This sandwich was also an overflowing meal requiring flatware and many napkins. Full disclosure: I can eat mayonnaise out of the jar because I think it s that good, so Beyer Deli s chicken salad sandwich was a roaring success in my book because they were not shy about deploying tons of it here. The word salad is hilariously misleading as there was nothing remotely saladesque about this voluminous meal. The Beyer Deli, though located a healthy drive for many of us, is worth a rogue, out of division, excursion. The customer service was excellent. They were fairly busy both days I ate there, but I was always greeted by a welcoming Hello the moment I walked in the door. The Beyer Deli is a great choice for the cop who wants a generous meal at a very fair price. I am giving it 4 badges. Grand Canyon University PROUDLY OFFERS A B.S. in Public Safety Administration AND M.S. in Leadership with an Emphasis in Disaster Preparedness and Executive Fire Leadership A 10% tuition discount * is offered to those in the following professions: - Police Officers Dispatchers - Firefighters - Border Patrol Officers - EMT/Paramedic - Corrections Officers For more information, *This promotion will be applied toward your tuition only, and you will not receive funds in excess of your charges. To remain eligible for this discount, you must maintain continuous enrollment in your program of study. In an undergraduate program, you must maintain a minimum of 2.0 GPA and in a graduate program you must maintain a minimum of 3.0 GPA throughout your program. Grand Canyon University is regionally accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. ( ; org/). This promotion cannot be used in conjunction with any other GCU promotions/awards. For more information about our graduation rates, the median debt of students who completed the program, and other important information, please visit our website at Please note, not all GCU programs are available in all states and in all learning modalities. Program availability is contingent on student enrollment. December

20 FOR ALL TICKET HOLDERS: 33rd Annual San Diego Police Officers Association Charity Christmas Party Saturday, December 14, 2013 Jerry Griffin Memorial Food and Toy Drive Please bring a non-perishable food item and a wrapped gift for a child with the appropriate gender and age range for the gift marked on the outside of the package. DREW AUTO CENTER 2013 Ford Fusion 2013 F150 Our Goal... Customers For Life Fleet Pricing Huge Inventory Large Service Department Complete Parts & Apparel Store State-of-the-Art Collision Repair Center Finance & Lease Programs Extended Warranty & Security Protection For an appointment, call one of your POA representatives: FLEET DEPARTMENT Mike Safford x7729, 28 years Jerry Miller x7727, 23 years Toll Free (888 Drew Ford) 20 The Informant

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