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Bill Bussinger

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VOLUSIA EXPOSED.COM

HQ Phone:  (386) 323-3524

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VOLUSIA EXPOSED.COM

1300 Red John Rd.

Daytona Beach, Florida,32120

United States

Company Description

VolusiaExposed.Com believes that this is a seriously questionable practice (back dating paperwork), or has the making of yet another sequel to the blockbuster movie - "Back to the Future" (1985). VolusiaExposed doesn't anticipate seeing a nuclear powered Del...more

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Employment History

Deputy Chief

Volusia


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www.flaccreditation.org

Accreditation Manager: Deputy Chief Bill Bussinger
Phone: (386) 239-6415 ext 24 Email: bbussinger@co.volusia.fl.us


volusiaexposed.com [cached]

At the beginning of the Personnel Board, Assistant County Attorney Jones assures the Personnel Board that all records and documents have been turned over to Gardner's attorneys, as is required by Florida Statutes. (Florida Officer Bill of Rights).
However, shortly after Captain Gardner's Personnel Board came to order, Assistant County Attorney Nancye Jones quickly objected to the Personnel Board hearing any allegations of whether Captain Gardner's, Officer Bill of Rights had been violated by Volusia County officials. Attorney Jones places an objection to the Personnel Board addressing any alleged violations of Captain Gardner's Officer Bill of Rights. However, Smith transforms from Columbo to Barney Fife, as soon as Mr. McKinnon questions him on his knowledge of Florida Statutes - Florida Officers Bill of Rights. Florida Statutes (F.S. 112.531-112.535 - commonly known as the Florida Officer Bill of Rights) states, that if an officer, while under investigation by his / her agency, believe that his / her rights have been violated, by the agency conducting the investigation, the officer can demand that his / her concerns be reviewed by a "compliance review committee". Apparently, Deputy County Attorney Smith feels as through the county properly reviewed Captain Gardner's allegations, that his Florida Officer Bill of Rights had been violated, and since the county did not agree that his rights were violated, there was no need to have a compliance review committee hearing. Finally, we note that in 2010, the Beach Patrol's Deputy Chief, Bill Bussinger was caught downloading porn while on duty. In fact, he was caught twice. Deputy Chief Bussinger was investigated and he too, was found to have violated SEVERAL County Merit Rules, to include 86-453(13). Interestingly, Deputy Chief Bussinger was only suspended for twenty (20) days.


www.hfch.org [cached]

According to Deputy Beach Chief Bill Bussinger, the group consists mainly of boys and girls from Police Athletic League (PAL) programs in Port Orange and Deland.
"These are children that do not get to visit the beach as often as those in our other Junior Lifeguard programs," Bussinger said. "This camp is tailored especially for them." Because the beach creates a different set of circumstances from pools and lakes, the children receive training in safety techniques for the ocean including rip currents, strong surf and lightening. "Some of these children are less experienced in water," Bussinger said. "For them we use the same techniques but keep them closer to shore to help build their confidence level." Participants also receive environmental education. They are introduced to protected and endangered species of plants and animals that inhabit the beach. "We also take them to the top of the lighthouse so they are able to get a bird's-eye view of the inlet and the stabilization project," said Bussinger.


www.news-journalonline.com

· Volusia County Beach Patrol Deputy Chief Bill Bussinger, 57


www.news-journalonline.com

Winds reached 60 mph on the beach, Volusia County Beach Patrol Deputy Chief Bill Bussinger said.


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