Sheriff Salazar talks potential changes to give deputies resources on jail grounds - Bihari Gyan

Sheriff Salazar talks potential changes to give deputies resources on jail grounds

SAN ANTONIO (KABB/WOAI) - Long shifts plus a shortage of workers equal employees scrambling to cover unfilled positions and rearranging family plans. 

But this came to a head last week for one Bexar county deputy who couldn't leave her post to pick up her children from their after-care program on time.

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She called police to file a report in hopes Child Protective Services wouldn't be contacted because she was late.

"My understanding is that she has been complained on before by another parent and she was trying to get ahead of any complaints

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that may be coming to get documentation as to why it was necessary for her to miss picking up those children," says Bexar county Sheriff Javier Salazar.

We have a copy of the call from dispatch, it reads as follows:

"C (complainant) says she is a Bexar officer, says she is not being relieved and wants a police report because she doesn’t want to get

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