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Police Commission Meeting Minutes 2018

Meeting Minutes

01-22-2018 Police Commission

January 22, 2018 Police Commission Meeting Minutes

COMMISSIONERS   POLICE CHIEF
Rose Hejl, Chairman Robert Long James A. Kveton
Paul Haluska, Vice-Chairman Kevin Vana  
Charles Sawyer, Secretary    

REGULAR MEETING MINUTES

The January 2018 Regular Meeting of the Board of Metropolitan Police Commissioners of the Town of St. John was held on Monday, January 22, 2018, at 6:00 P.M., as advertised, pursuant to law. Commission Chairman Rose Hejl called the meeting to order at 6:00 P.M., and then led those in attendance in the Pledge of Allegiance. Roll call was taken by Commission Chairman Rose Hejl with the following members of the Police Commission being present; namely, Paul Haluska, Charles Sawyer, Rose Hejl, Robert Long and Kevin Vana. Also present was Police Chief James Kveton and Attorney Dave Austgen.

APPROVAL OF PREVIOUS MONTH’S MINUTES

November 27, 2017 Regular Meeting - Commissioner Haluska moved to approve the minutes from the November 27, 2017 Regular Meeting as written. With a second by Commissioner Vana, the motion carried unanimously (5 Ayes – 0 Nays).

CORRESPONDENCE / COMMUNICATIONS

Commissioner Hejl asked if anyone present had communications for the Commission. Chairman Hejl noted for the record that there were none.

Chief Kveton stated that he has had correspondence from Mr. Bob Davis of the Public Works Department in regards to concerns that the department is having with snow removal the municipal streets.

CHIEF’S MONTHLY REPORT

Chief James Kveton read the monthly report for December 2017. Chief Kveton stated from December 1, 2017 through December 31 31, 2017, the members of the St. John Police Department logged 14,967 miles and responded to 620 law incidents. The investigation of these incidents led to 8 arrests with 16 charges being filed. There were 215 traffic citations issued, along with 188 written warnings, for a total of 403 citations issued during the month of December 2017 by the officers of the St. John Police Department.

Chief Kveton advised vehicle thefts totaled $2,640.00. There were other thefts totaling $9,880.00. Property recovered for the month of totaled $2,640.00.

Chief Kveton advised that for an update on our transparency lists on our web-site, from the PDI System, we have thirteen (13) different categories listed currently; arrest demographics, bias crimes, call for community service engagement, crime mapping, monthly report, an officer involved shooting, officers’ response to resistance (which is basically resisting peace officer), traffic stops, traffic accidents, citations, warnings, and year-end report are all listed. Chief Kveton stated that this information our citizens can view without asking for it specifically.

OLD BUSINESS

Chairman Hejl advised there was no Old Business before the Commission this evening.

HUMAN RESOURCES

Promotions – Chief Kveton made a recommendation to the Commission to promote two (2) Corporals to Sergeant; that being Detective Corporal Steve Flores and Corporal Jay Dahlin. Commissioner Haluska made a motion to promote Detective Corporal Steve Flores and Corporal Jay Dahlin to the rank of Sergeant. Motion seconded by Commissioner Sawyer. Motion carried five (5) Ayes and zero (0) Nays.

Chief Kveton called upon the officers to come up to the podium and receive their stars.

Chairman Hejl and the Commissioners extended their congratulations to the aforementioned officers and received applause.

NEW BUSINESS

Chairman Hejl advised the first item under new business is Town Ordinance No. 1663 and Resolution No. 165. Commissioner Haluska made a motion to approve Town Ordinance No. 1663 in regards to Towing Regulations and recommend to the Town Council to approve same. Motion seconded by Commissioner Vana. Motion carried five (5) Ayes and zero (0) Nays.

Commissioner Haluska made a motion to approve Resolution No. 165 / General Order No. 7.24 for Vehicle Operation and Maintenance. Motion seconded by Commissioner Sawyer. Motion carried 5 Ayes – 0 Nays.

ANY AND ALL

There were no items brought up under “Any and All.”

PUBLIC COMMENT

There were no subjects in the audience who made a public comment.

MEETING SCHEDULE

The next Regular Meeting will be held on Monday, February 26, 2018. Work Study Sessions and/or Executive Sessions will be announced if necessary.

ADJOURNMENT

Commissioner Haluska moved for adjournment. Commissioner Long seconded motion. Motion carried four (5) Ayes and zero (0) Nays. The meeting adjourned at 6:11 P.M.

Town of St. John, Lake County
Indiana, Board of Metropolitan
Police Commissioners

______________________________
Charles Sawyer, Secretary

ATTEST:

________________________________
Cliff Wroe/mlh, Recording Secretary

02-26-2018 Police Commission

February 26, 2018 Police Commission Meeting Minutes

COMMISSIONERS   POLICE CHIEF
Rose Hejl, Chairman Robert Long James A. Kveton
Paul Haluska, Vice-Chairman Kevin Vana  
Charles Sawyer, Secretary    

In Attendance

Commission Chairman Rose Hejl took roll call with the following members of the Police Commission being present; namely, Chairman Rose Hejl, Vice-Chairman Paul Haluska, Secretary Charles Sawyer, Robert Long, Kevin Vana, Chief James Kveton.

Approval of Minutes

Commissioner Haluska moved to approve the minutes from the January 22, 2017 regular meeting as written. With a second by Commissioner Sawyer, the motion carried unanimously (5 Ayes – 0 Nays).

Correspondence / Communications

Chief Kveton read a letter from a resident, Joseph Lenehan, regarding a positive interaction that his wife and son had with Officer Widen while they were at Subway in town. He went on to say that, this was not the first time that his family had a positive interaction with our officers in a public setting outside of their normal responsibilities. He thanked the Chief for his leadership and to Officer Chris Widen for going out of his way to be a positive influence.

There was no other correspondence.

Chief’s Monthly Report

Chief James Kveton read the monthly report for January 2018. Chief Kveton stated from January 1, 2018 through January 31, 2018, the members of the St. John Police Department logged 16,817 miles and responded to 576 law incidents. The investigation of these incidents led to 15 arrests with 24 charges being filed. There were 313 traffic citations issued, along with 208 written warnings, for a total of 521 citations issued during the month of January 2018 by the officers of the St. John Police Department.

Chief Kveton advised there were no vehicle thefts. There were other thefts totaling $9,963.00. Property recovered for the month of totaled $368.

Chief Kveton also presented the annual report for 2017. The second page is an overview of the report, which shows that Officers increased their response to community traffic concerns by 62%. The Detective Bureau, after having an increase of cases investigated by 86% over the last four years, had an additional increase of 29% in 2017. Calls for Service have gone up 26%. Training hours for our department has a 4% increase as we work to our goal. Traffic accidents decreased by 8%. The overall Calls for Service for the Department increased from 11,951 in 2016 to 15,088 in 2017.

Old Business

Chairman Hejl advised there was no Old Business before the Commission this evening.

Human Resources

Application Process
– Chief Kveton asked the commission to move forward with a recommendation for their number one applicant in the eligibility list, pending the applicant passing a voice stress analysis. The Chief would take the applicant before the next Town Council meeting in March for a conditional offer of employment. A motion was made Commissioner Haluska made a motion to approve the request of Chief Kveton to make a recommendation of the number one applicant being presented to the Town Council for a conditional offer of employment pending the results of the voice stress analysis. A second was made by Commissioner Sawyer, the motion carried unanimously (5 Ayes – 0 Nays).

New Business

Chairman Hejl advised the first item under new business is Resolution No. 168 for Police 4.15 regarding Probationary Periods. Commissioner Vana made a motion to approve Resolution No. 168. Motion seconded by Commissioner Haluska. Motion carried five (5) Ayes and zero (0) Nays.

Any and All

Commissioner Haluska complemented Officers Sidenbender and Widen who responded to a domestic situation in his neighborhood. The victim came to Commissioner Haluska’s residence where he requested officers to respond. The Officers showed compassion to the victim and handled the situation in a professional manner.

Public Comment

Edith Robinson, 10805 W 151st Ave. Cedar Lake, IN – She has worked in our town for many years and will not mention names, but with regards to the dog case that is currently in court; there are many things being said that are negative and confusing being said about this incident. She wants to know if it is being dealt with like any other case like a murder case. These dogs are living things just like humans, and she is not going to mention any names, but she wants to know as well as the rescuers that work with Animal Control, who were present at the meeting, that the case is being dealt with at a professional level. The dogs should not be release into a life of torture like they had in the past. Pit Bulls get a bad rap, and she does not want to hear from public people that his breed should be abolished. It is not the dog, the breed, it is how they are raised. She would hope that any Police Officers in any town would take this case and make it as important as a murder trial and not just a dog case. These dogs have feelings and the people behind these dogs have feelings and would hope that they fight for these dogs as much as we fight for them. I hope someone will take the reins and run with this and give this town much more positive press.

Laurie Tuttle (Difficult to hear), business address is 9564 N Industrial Dr., which is across the street from where the dogs were taken. We need to tell people coming from other states that St. John will not tolerate the activities that were going on with the neglect and abuse of these dogs regardless of breed. As you can see, I am a dog trainer, and when I hear that it is just a dog, it really infuriates me. If we let this go on what is going to stop the next ten since they go from state to state and town to town? Someone needs to stand up and tell them that we do not want it here.

Chief commented that this is an ongoing investigation; the individual has been charged with multiple misdemeanors and felonies and cannot comment on the case. It seems that you have some information; I believe that the case has been handled diligently by our officers and if there is a particular circumstance that is concerning, come in and talk with me and I will investigate it to make sure it is handled correctly.

Cynthia Yaverski, 10606 Maloian Dr. I am a Volunteer for Animal Control Officer since November and own a pit bull. Once this case happened, I want to thank the officers who have responded when there were issues at the facility. I have called the police when there were issues, and one of the officers did state that he wished this would go away which infuriates us since this dog is just like any other dog, but because it is a pit bull this is what happens. Jan Kalinowski has done an amazing job for this town and does the best that she can for this town. She went on to say that the town has received bad press and we want to have good press and that these dogs are being discriminated against Chief stated if there is something specific to come in and it can be investigated. Cynthia responded by stating, the Police Commission knows too and that they need to see some pictures of the dogs. She went on to say the Volunteers are there 4 to 5 days or more caring for the dogs and continue to work full-time jobs. It is not just the Pit Bulls, but there are other animals that we are caring for as well.

Meeting Schedule

The next Regular Meeting will be held on Monday, March 26, 2018. Work Study Sessions and/or Executive Sessions will be announced if necessary.

Adjournment

Commissioner Haluska moved for adjournment. Commissioner Sawyer seconded motion. Motion carried four (5) Ayes and zero (0) Nays. The meeting adjourned at 6:18 P.M.

Town of St. John, Lake County
Indiana, Board of Metropolitan
Police Commissioners

______________________________
Charles Sawyer, Secretary

ATTEST:

________________________________
Cliff Wroe, Recording Secretary

03-26-2018 Police Commission Meeting Canceled
04-23-2018 Police Commission

April 23, 2018 Police Commission Meeting Minutes

COMMISSIONERS   POLICE CHIEF
Rose Hejl, Chairman Robert Long James A. Kveton
Paul Haluska, Vice-Chairman Kevin Vana  
Charles Sawyer, Secretary    

In Attendance

Roll call was taken by Commission Chairman Rose Hejl with the following members of the Police Commission being present; namely, Chairman Rose Hejl, Vice-Chairman Paul Haluska, Secretary Charles Sawyer, Robert Long, Chief James Kveton, Attorney David Austgen. Commissioner Kevin Vana was absent. Chairman Hejl noted a special guest attendance of Christian Jorgensen, Town Council President.

Approval of Minutes

Commissioner Haluska moved to approve the minutes from the February 26, 2018 regular meeting as written. With a second by Commissioner Vana, the motion carried unanimously (4 Ayes – 0 Nays).

Correspondence / Communications

Commissioner Hejl asked if anyone present had communications for the Commission. Chairman Hejl noted for the record that there were none.

Chief’s Monthly Report

Chief James Kveton read the monthly report for April 2018. Chief Kveton stated from March 1, 2018 through March 31, 2018, the members of the St. John Police Department logged 20,243 miles and responded to 504 law incidents. The investigation of these incidents led to 25 arrests with 36 charges being filed. There were 487 traffic citations issued, along with 362 written warnings, for a total of 849 citations issued during the month of March 2018 by the officers of the St. John Police Department.

Chief Kveton advised no vehicle thefts. There were other thefts totaling $3,325.00. Property recovered for the month of totaled zero (0).

Chief Kveton advised that he had a conversation with Town Manager Stephen Kil in regards to traffic citations that have been issued over the last couple of years for comparisons. Chief advised there are two (2) types of traffic citations. One is by town ordinance, and the other is total citations. Just reviewing the last three (3) years; in 2016 the first quarter we issued 281 Town Ordinance and 533 total citations issued. In 2017, it went up to 368 Town Ordinance and 648 total citations issued. In 2018, It has gone up again to 404 Town Ordinance and 921 total citations being issued. The increase is attributed to an increase in addressing concerns from the public and at the request of the Council to reduce traffic crashes and injuries. In the year-end report you can see there is a reduction in traffic crashed and injuries as the traffic enforcement increases.

Old Business

Chief Kveton brought up something that would be considered correspondence. A lady who was recently issued a citation from Officer Lukasik and was appreciative and praised the officer for his professionalism and concern and for explaining the dangers of her actions. She came to the station to express that thanks in person to the Chief.

Human Resources

Chief Kveton informed that the Council approved hiring an officer and a conditional offer of employment to Samuel Jacobs. He has since completed his medical and psychological evaluation and should be hearing back on that within the next few weeks.

New Business

Chief Kveton turned it over to Council President Jorgensen who recognized the Commission and their effort, work with the Police Department, and presented the members of the Commission with Police Commission badges. President Jorgenson did inform the Commission members that they are on loan and will be revoked if misused. The Commissioners thanked President Jorgenson.

Any and All

There were no items brought up under “Any and All.”

Public Comment

There were no comments from the public.

Meeting Schedule

The next Regular Meeting will be held on Monday, May 21, 2018. Work Study Sessions and/or Executive Sessions will be announced if necessary.

Adjournment

Commissioner Haluska moved for adjournment. Commissioner Long seconded the motion. Motion carried four (5) Ayes and zero (0) Nays. The meeting adjourned at 6:10 P.M.

Town of St. John, Lake County
Indiana, Board of Metropolitan
Police Commissioners

______________________________
Charles Sawyer, Secretary

ATTEST:

________________________________
Cliff Wroe, Recording Secretary

05-21-2018 Police Commission

April 23, 2018 Police Commission Meeting Minutes

COMMISSIONERS   POLICE CHIEF
Rose Hejl, Chairman Robert Long James A. Kveton
Paul Haluska, Vice-Chairman Kevin Vana  
Charles Sawyer, Secretary    

CALL TO ORDER:

Commissioner Rose Hejl called to order the St. John Police Commission Regular Meeting on Monday, May 21, 2018, at 6 p.m.

(The Pledge of Allegiance was recited by all.)

ROLL CALL:

Roll call was taken by Commissioner Sawyer with following members present: Rose Hejl, Paul Haluska, Robert Long, Kevin Vana, and Charles Sawyer Staff present: James Kveton, Chief of Police

APPROVAL OF MINUTES:

Commissioner Hejl entertained a motion for the approval of the April 23, 2018, Regular Meeting minutes. Motion by Commissioner Haluska. Seconded by Commissioner Long. Motion carries 5 ayes to 0 nays.

CORRESPONDENCE/COMMUNICATIONS:

The following correspondence were referenced for the record:

Chief Coulson with Cedar Lake Police sent a thank-you letter for the assistance the St. John Police Department provided to them.

Merchant’s Bank sent a hand-written letter of appreciation for all St. John Police Department does for the community.

Chuck and Cindy Kreisl of Calumet Harley-Davidson sent a letter of appreciation for St. John Police Department’s assistance with the Bike Blessing ride on April 28, 2018.

The Lake Central School Board of Trustees sent a letter of appreciation for support provided to the schools and the added presence provided by the St. John Police Department.

CHIEF’S MONTHLY REPORT:

Chief Kveton informed the Commission that a police officer was killed in Baltimore County and asked that everybody keep the family and the police department in Baltimore in their thoughts.

Chief Kveton reported from April 1, 2018 through April 30, 2018, the members of the St. John Police Department logged 18,646 miles and responded to 532 law incidents. These investigations led to 31 arrests and 51 charges being filed.

There were 380 traffic citations issued along with 300 written warnings for a total of 680 citations being issued during the month. Vehicle thefts totaled zero, other thefts totaled $16. No property was recovered.

OLD BUSINESS:

Nothing to report.

HUMAN RESOURCES:

Application Process Update:
Chief Kveton stated that Samuel Jacobs was approved for hire both by the Police Commission and the Town Council. He will be up before the Pension Board this evening. He has passed all phases of the process including the medical and psychological examination. The Pension Board will be considering his approval into the PERF system this evening and then said approval will be sent to the State for final approval. He is already trained and will be starting on the street in field training upon completion of the process.

Chief Kveton made a request of the Commission: Officer Luke Schreiber, who has been with us 18 years, has submitted paperwork to the Police Pension Board which will be considered right after this meeting requesting a disability pension which resulted from the effects of the officer-involved shooting that occurred last August. Chief Kveton requested the Commission’s tentative approval for the hiring of the next individual on the hiring list pending the approval by the Town Pension Board and the State PERF Pension Board of Officer Schreiber’s disability pension. The next academy date starts at the beginning of August. Time is of the essence in order to avoid missing the academy start date.

Commissioner Hejl entertained a motion. Motion by Commissioner Haluska. Seconded by Commissioner Sawyer. The motion carried 5 ayes to 0 nays.

NEW BUSINESS:

A. General Order 2.13 Uniforms and Appearances – Resolution No. 161 for General Order 2.13.

B. General Order 2.24 Social Networking – Resolution No. 107 for General Order 2.24.

C. General Order 1.08 Duty to Obey Lawful Orders – Resolution No. 153 for General Order 1.08.

Commissioner Hejl entertained a motion. Motion to approve the aforementioned General Orders by Commissioner Haluska. Seconded by Commissioner Sawyer. Motion carries 5 ayes to 0 nays.

ANY AND ALL:

Nothing to report.

PUBLIC COMMENT:

No one from the public was present.

MEETING SCHEDULE:

Commissioner Hejl advised the next Regular meeting will be June 25, 2018. Work Study and Executive meetings will be announced if necessary.

ADJOURNMENT:

Commissioner Hejl entertained a motion to adjourn. Commissioner Haluska made a motion to adjourn. Commissioner Sawyer seconded the motion. Motion carried 5 ayes to 0 nays.

(Commissioner Hejl adjourned the meeting at 6:36 p.m.)

Respectfully Submitted:

Margaret R. Abernathy, Recording Secretary
St. John Police Commission

06-25-2018 Police Commission

April 23, 2018 Police Commission Meeting Minutes

COMMISSIONERS   POLICE CHIEF
Rose Hejl, Chairman Robert Long James A. Kveton
Paul Haluska, Vice-Chairman Kevin Vana  
Charles Sawyer, Secretary    

CALL TO ORDER:

Commissioner Hejl called to order the St. John Police Commission Regular Meeting on Monday, June 25, 2018, at 6 p.m.

(The Pledge of Allegiance was recited by all.)

ROLL CALL:

Roll call was taken by the recording secretary with following members present: Paul Haluska, Charles Sawyer, and Rose Hejl. Staff present: James Kveton, Chief of Police. Absent: Robert Long and Kevin Vana.

APPROVAL OF MINUTES:

Commissioner Hejl entertained a motion for the approval of the May 21, 2018, Regular Meeting minutes. Motion by Commissioner Sawyer. Seconded by Commissioner Haluska. Motion carries 3 ayes to 0 nays.

CORRESPONDENCE/COMMUNICATIONS:

Nothing to report.

CHIEF’S MONTHLY REPORT:

Chief Kveton reported from May 1, 2018 through May 31, 2018, the members of the St. John Police Department logged 22,323 miles and responded to 669 law incidents. These investigations of these events led to 33 arrests with 55 charges being filed.

There were 410 traffic citations issued along with 324 written warnings for a total of 734 citations being issued during the month. Vehicle thefts totaled $10,000; other thefts totaled $640. Recovered property was the vehicles that were stolen for a total of $10,000.

OLD BUSINESS:

Nothing to report.

HUMAN RESOURCES:

A. Certification of Police Eligibility List
Commissioner Hejl entertained a motion. Motion for certification of the current list by Commissioner Haluska. Seconded by Commissioner Sawyer. The motion carried 3 ayes to 0 nays.

NEW BUSINESS:

General Order 3.04 Social Networking – Resolution No. 158 – Response to Resistance Training and Proficiency for Less Lethal Weapons.

Commissioner Hejl entertained a motion. Motion to approve General Order 3.04 by Commissioner Haluska. Seconded by Commissioner Sawyer. Motion carries 3 ayes to 0 nays.

ANY AND ALL:

Chief Kveton advised the commissioners that the ceremonial swearing in of Samuel Jacobs on Thursday, June 28, 2018, at the Town Council Meeting which is scheduled for 7 p.m.

PUBLIC COMMENT:

No one from the public was present.

MEETING SCHEDULE:

Commissioner Hejl advised the next Regular meeting will be July 23, 2018. Work Study and Executive meetings will be announced if necessary.

ADJOURNMENT:

Commissioner Hejl entertained a motion to adjourn. Commissioner Haluska made a motion to adjourn. Seconded by Commissioner Sawyer. Motion carried 3 ayes to 0 nays.

(Commissioner Hejl adjourned the meeting at 6:03 p.m.)

Respectfully Submitted:

Margaret R. Abernathy, Recording Secretary
St. John Police Commission

07-23-2018 Police Commission Meeting Canceled
08-27-2018 Police Commission

August 27, 2018 Police Commission Meeting Minutes

COMMISSIONERS   POLICE CHIEF
Rose Hejl, Chairman Robert Long James A. Kveton
Paul Haluska, Vice-Chairman Kevin Vana  
Charles Sawyer, Secretary    

CALL TO ORDER:

Commissioner Hejl called to order the St. John Police Commission Regular Meeting on Monday, August 27, 2018, at 6:01 p.m.

(The Pledge of Allegiance was recited by all.)

ROLL CALL:

Roll call was taken by the recording secretary with following members present: Paul Haluska, Charles Sawyer, Kevin Vana, and Rose Hejl. Staff present: James Kveton, Chief of Police.

Absent: Robert Long.

APPROVAL OF MINUTES:

Commissioner Hejl entertained a motion for the approval of the June 25, 2018, Regular Meeting minutes. Motion by Commissioner Haluska. Seconded by Commissioner Vana. Motion carries 4 ayes to 0 nays.

CORRESPONDENCE/COMMUNICATIONS:

Nothing to report.

CHIEF’S MONTHLY REPORT:

Chief Kveton reported that from July 1, 2018 through July 31, 2018, the members St. John Police Department logged 21,751 miles and responded to 737 law incidents. The investigations of these incidents led to 27 arrests, with 45 charges being filed. There were 401 traffic citations issued, along with 284 written warnings, for a total of 685 citations being issued during the month. We had zero vehicle thefts this month. Other thefts totaled $14,718; but it should be noted that that investigation was a family-related crime where family jewelry was taken by a family member, which is still under investigation.

OLD BUSINESS:

Nothing to report.

HUMAN RESOURCES:

A. Promotions
Commissioner Hejl advised the next item on the agenda is Promotions under Human Resources and turned the floor over to Chief Kveton.

Chief Kveton stated that, with the Commissioners’ permission, he would like to call Officer Luke Lukasik to be promoted to the rank of Corporal.

Chief Kveton bestowed upon Officer Lukasik the tie-tack and badge for the rank of Corporal. Chief Kveton stated that Deputy Chief Demeter inspected the badge to ensure it is set properly and that it has his badge number on it.

Chief Kveton congratulated Corporal Lukasik.

Chief Kveton shared with the Commissioners that Corporal Lukasik is the type of officer who is willing to come forward with information and ideas; who imparts different perspectives and contributes new information, ideas, and perspectives; and who has worked diligently on the Policies, Rules & Regulations.

Chief Kveton told Corporal Lukasik that he respects him a great deal, respects his opinion, and thanked him for being willing to share his new ideas.

(A brief recess was taken for those present to offer Corporal Lukasic congratulations.)

NEW BUSINESS:

A. Resolution 171 – General Order 2.04-2.10 – Establishing and Approving a Policy for Internal Investigations
Commissioner Hejl entertained a motion. Motion to approve General Order 2.01-2.10 by Commissioner Haluska. Seconded by Commissioner Vana. Motion carries 4 ayes to 0 nays.
B. Request for Emergency Hire
Commissioner Hejl entertained a motion. Motion to approve an emergency hire by Commissioner Haluska. Seconded by Mr. Vana. Motion carries 4 ayes to 0 nays.

ANY AND ALL:

None was had.

PUBLIC COMMENT:

None was had.

MEETING SCHEDULE:

Commissioner Hejl advised the next Regular meeting will be September 24, 2018. Work Study and Executive meetings will be announced if necessary.

ADJOURNMENT:

Commissioner Hejl entertained a motion to adjourn. Motion to adjourn by Commissioner Vana. Seconded by Commissioner Haluska. Motion carried 4 ayes to 0 nays.

(Commissioner Hejl adjourned the meeting at 6:12 p.m.)

Respectfully Submitted:

Margaret R. Abernathy, Recording Secretary
St. John Police Commission

09-24-2018 Police Commission Meeting Canceled
10-22-2018 Police Commission Meeting Canceled
11-26-2018 Police Commission Meeting Canceled
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