Tag: Bexar County

Is this Abuse of Official Capacity by a Police Chief?

A Police Chief claimed to be a victim of a crime. He filed a report with his own office. His own officers investigated. They filed a complaint with a notary of a Justice of the Peace. The Justice of the Peace issued a warrant. It’s believed the employee […]

Kyle Police Chief – CAMP COUNTY – A Start of a Career – Was it Proper? A Chronological Review of Jeffrey B Barnett

So, we have wrote numerous stories on someone who is currently a Police Chief with the City of Kyle, Jeff Barnett. We have obtained many Texas Public Information Act (TPIA) records through the legal process of open records requests (ORR). We still have the same questions: How was […]

Ethics Complaint Filed with the City of Kyle

An Ethics Complaint was submitted to the City of Kyle and is currently under review. There is a ninety (90) day window until a response is provided. The complaint focuses on the Police Chiefs conduct for an extended amount of time. It also addresses a matter where he […]

UPDATE: (Whit Barnett was Constable (Confirmed by County Meeting Minutes, STILL NO TCOLE RECORD) Camp County Constable 1988 & 1992

In our quest for verification to the truth of our initial story, we continue to research and we seem to continue to validate our findings. It looks like Whit Barnett was never licensed as a Camp County Constable for Precinct 1. This is the “countywide,” Office which went […]

Is There Cryptic Employment of the City of Kyle Police Chief? (UPDATE TO PART OF THE FINDINGS)

There has been a referral made to the Texas State Auditors Office related to Northeast Texas Community College and the problems the program had to obtain applicants for the Basic Peace Officer Course Program. What you see below is the transcript of Jeffrey B. Barnett (current City of […]

Separation Form (F-5) and TCOLE, Are They Accurate?

We recently watched a news story by WOAI San Antonio about the F-5 document and we found there to be conflicting information in the story. The F-5 is a document which is submitted to the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement (TCOLE), ending ones tenure with a department. The […]

A THIRD Confirmation? Is this not enough? – Camp County Constable

We have received a third confirmation there is no record of Thomas Whitley (whit) Barnett being commissioned by TCOLE to be a Constable with Camp County.

Whit Barnett – Camp County

We received information from Camp County showing an election of Whit Barnett with the Constables Office. There is no date listed for the election. We still have reliable information from the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement (TCOLE) related to Whit Barnett having “no record,” with them. We have […]

Northeast Texas Community College (NTCC) Investigation?

It is our belief, based upon our submission to the Texas State Auditor’s Office the Peace Officer program at Northeast Texas Community College may be under review This speculation is based upon a case number being assigned to our request. Previously, a question we asked did not have […]

Records Retention Requirements are Laws

There has been some talk about records not being provided or not having records available. The facts are very simple. The LAW requires retention of records for specific periods of time. When someone says someone was working somewhere, but there is no proof and State Commissions say otherwise, […]

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