Fwd: [Central-New-York-Oath-Keepers] County Sheriff

From: Gigi B.
Sent on: Friday, November 9, 2012 2:06 PM
 
Anyone thinking about running for Sheriff in 2013? Interesting stuff below:

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To: [address removed]
Sent: 11/9/2012 1:56:02 P.M. Eastern Standard Time
Subj: [Central-New-York-Oath-Keepers] County Sheriff
 

Outreach to County Sheriff "Guide"


This is a basic outline, structured to give you guidance to approach a Sheriff and his department. It would be a good idea to read through it, understand it, modify and or design it to contain the ideas you want to accomplish with your county Sheriff. The problems that may arise with approaching a Sheriff’s department might become magnified if the Sheriff does not understand nor realize the real power he wields from his department. If the sheriff does not understand his status in our government, your attempts at engaging him (the Sheriff) in meaningful conversation or having him understand what you want him to do using you or your group will at first appear futile. Either way here is an Outline to starting a Sheriffs Outreach Program. It can be changed to adapt to your needs. I hope this helps someone and everyone.

As a special notation on this Outline, you must remember that the word posse has negative connotative meaning for some persons, groups and or organizations. Toward the conclusion of this outline you will see that I have used posse to refer to an organized group of citizens (Oath Keepers) that have come to the aid of the Sheriff’s department. A better label of the group to stop any negative connotation before it begins might be special deputies unit, Sheriff’s reserves or another specific term that the Sheriff himself might bestow upon it.
Thanks
Steven James Frasure


Oath Keeper County Sheriff Outreach Plan
This plan offers a positive perspective of Oath Keepers

National, State, Regional and or County Coordinators

1. Make an appointment to talk with your Sheriff
A.
Call or walk into the Sheriff office to set up the appointment
1. You might get right in, so be prepared.
2. Ask specifically to talk with the Sheriff; do not rely on the department’s deputies. They are not the decision makers
B. This is not demeaning to the deputies but you must have straight forward knowledge of the Sheriffs thoughts and ideology not 2nd hand knowledge through speculation.
C. Give him a Sheriff’s packet that you have personally made up and engage him in conversation of that packet.
1. Do not leave this with another deputy; do not leave it at the dispatcher’s window. You should at all cost give this personally to the Sheriff.

D. Again discuss the packet
1. This means you need to know the entire contents of the packet.
A. Read everything in this packet, watch the video, know what you are giving.
1. Knowledge is power

Remember REACH – TEACH — INSPIRE

Contents of Sheriffs Package
Manila Envelope
Oath Keeper Organization Application
Pocket United States Constitution
Pocket (Individual State) Constitution
Booklet written by Sheriff Mack
Application to Sheriff Mack Seminar
Sheriff Mack CD if available
Letter written by Jim Singleton to all Law Enforcement Personal. (Pertaining to the NDAA, violations).
A listing of your individual State Officers and structure.
Oath Keeper National Organization CD
4 Oath Keeper Push Cards
4 Oath Keeper Brochures


E. Ask the Sheriff of your county if he has been to one of Sheriff Richard Mack speaking events, or has he or she heard any of what Sheriff Richard Mack has spoken about.
1. If he has attended one of the events
A. Did he realize that Sheriff Mack was trying to help him understand the importance of his position and the strength of his office?
B. Would he be interested in Sheriff Mack putting on a seminar for him and his deputies?
If the Sheriff states that yes he would like it.
1. You being on working out the details to bring Sheriff Mack to his county
If No
2. What is it specifically that caused you to dislike him or his ideology? (I can’t see where many would oppose the idea)

F. Does the Sheriff your speaking to believe in the oath that he took to uphold the supreme law of the land, The United States Constitution?

G. What is his belief on the 2nd Amendment?

H. Would he disarm the American people if so directed by the Federal Government and or our President?

I. Under the knowledge that he is the most powerful law enforcement person in the country, would he ask federal officers to stand down and leave his county?

J. Sheriff Richard Mack believes that the Sheriff can and should institute a Posse for aiding in problems arising within the county.

K. What kind of programs does the Sheriff of your county have set up so that volunteers could help?

Ride along? Reserves? Posse?

L. Explain to the sheriff, that in these economic hard times if you would add a posse to his office, he is adding an instrument of aid to his understaffed deputies.
A. Explain the positive inclination of this idea:
1. Personnel that live in the county will be on the posse
A. better understanding of the immediate geographic area,
B. better knowledge of the people
C. Public awareness of extra personnel on staff to allow for greater coverage of areas helps to keep crime contained

M. Qualification to become a Posse Member
1. Only those that have been trained can join the posse
2. The posse must be trained and qualified
3. All must possess an Ohio Carry Conceal License
4. All must qualify under the guide lines set forth by a committee set up to oversee all facets of each
county organization.
5. A background check must be run and the results kept in the personal file.
(A back ground check will be run on the individual when the Posse/Reserve/Deputy member obtains
his or her CCW).
(A back ground check will be run on the individual when the Posse/Reserve/Deputy member obtains
his or her police officer training certificate or like training.
6. All Posse/Reserves/Deputy Members must fill out an application to join.
7. All Posse/Reserves/Deputy Members must abide by the rules and regulations of the county in which
they live and or belong.
8. All Posse/Reserves/Deputy Members will have to take an Oath administered by the Sheriff of the County to which they will live and or belong. This must be done to maintain law and order under the jurisdiction of the Sheriff of that particular county.

N. It must be understood that the Sheriff is the Primary Leader and administrator to this group.
A. Individual Leaders of the posse.
1. To be determined after organization of such Posse/Reserves/Deputy Members is complete.
D. Physical Qualifications
1. Doctor’s physical and or release.
E. Bonded
2. Person joining will pay for any type of bond that will be determined if necessary.
C. Hold harmless agreement releasing fault and responsibility of death or catastrophic loss away from the county Sheriff and or the county that the person shall be a member of.
D. Files
1. A complete file will be maintained by all those that become Posse members. From all counties--

O. Structure of the County Posse/Reserves/Deputy Members
A. State
1. Individual County
2. Townships
3. Cities
4. Villages

 





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