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Friday, December 25, 2015

Aurora Crony Cop Kristen Ziman Shows What $165,000 Salary Gets Taxpayers


Aurora Crony Cop Kristen Ziman is corrupt, dishonest and incompetent but aside from drinking lots of wine she is the best person at the Aurora Police Department (APD) to make frequent trips to Dunkin' Donuts.

Just remember she gets paid over $165,000 per year to make these donut runs, not including income from other schemes.

Some of our viewers have asked if she's simply taking a break from guarding the streets of Aurora.

No.

Kristen Ziman hasn't worked the streets of Aurora for many years and the only "risk" she puts herself at is walking from atop the $163 million Aurora Police Palace into the parking deck and having to endure cold temperatures.

Her trips to Dunkin Donuts are not for breaks, but every minute is paid by you.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...


MERRY CHRISTMAS

Citizens take notice I found this on a post. Lets all make a complaint and follow up so it is not washed away.


Apd || Professionalstandards || Faq


Frequently Asked Questions
What is considered a personnel complaint?A complaint of wrong-doing or inappropriate action on the part of any employee of the Aurora Police Department. Any person may lodge a complaint.Will my complaint be acknowledged?Yes. Personnel complaints, where violations of the laws or Aurora Police Department policies and procedures can be articulated, shall be accepted, documented and reviewed.What are some of the reasons that people file personnel complaints?Many people file personnel complaints because of feelings that they were treated improperly and want the Department to be aware of these actions. Many times, people do not understand why someone was arrested, ticketed, or had force used on them when they did not feel it was appropriate. Some people file personnel complaints because they think it will help their criminal case, traffic ticket, or for revenge against the Department employee. All cases are investigated thoroughly and appropriate actions taken.What types of complaints will not be taken?Complaints alleging disagreements on traffic tickets, parking tickets, or probable cause for an arrest are examples of complaints that may not be taken. These decisions are for the Court to make and not normally subject to review by the Aurora Police Department.How do I file a personnel complaint?A personnel complaint against any employee of the Aurora Police Department may be taken by any supervisor. Go to the front desk area and speak to the officer and request to speak with a supervisor about a personnel complaint. The supervisor will listen to your complaint to see what, if any, laws, policies or procedures may have been violated. Upon making such a determination, the supervisor will complete a performance complaint and request that you sign the performance complaint in the presence of a notary public. If a supervisor is not available, you may take a Details of Complaint form with you, fill it out with as much detail as possible, and return it to the Aurora Police Department’s Office of Professional Standards. By Illinois law, the complaint form must be notarized. You will be contacted when the complaint is received.Will my complaint be investigated?Yes. Upon the receipt of a complaint, the Office of Professional Standards will review the complaint and send you a confirmation letter. A thorough investigation will be conducted into all complaints. It is imperative that enough information be provided to thoroughly investigate a complaint.Will the employee be told about the complaint?Yes. As in the case with any potentially punitive process, the accused is afforded the right of knowing what he/she is accused of and who the accusers are. This is done in all fairness to the employee just as it is for any other person.Will anything happen to the employee?This depends on what the employee did and if the personnel complaint is sustained against the employee. If the employee’s actions were criminal, the information will be given to the responsible State’s Attorney’s office for possible criminal charges.

Happy NEW YEAR Grooms, Zimans, Deans, Deleones, Tunnys

Anonymous said...

No cop is worth more than 67K a year.

Anonymous said...

I have trouble believing a cop is worth more than 50K a year. I bet you could get an endless stream of applicants if you started at 35K and maxed at 50 for regular cops.