Saturday, April 5, 2014

Mail officer at MCSD? What???

Is it true that the McHenry County Sheriff's Department has a "mail officer"?

Rumor has it that a woman fills the position and reports to a Lieutenant, who shields her from the sergeants. Could this be true?

Is it true that it takes her eight duty hours to complete her work, but that the work takes only four hours when she isn't there? Is there a training problem? Speed of work problem? Attitude problem? Where did she work before? USPS?

If she is slow, wouldn't it be a good idea to let duty sergeants supervise her work and let them speed up her productivity? What's the pay for that position?

Is she a civilian employee or a corrections officer?

How many pieces of mail actually come into the jail on a daily basis?

1 comment:

Big Daddy said...

Chicago has a mailroom that is stocked by a staff of mail people.