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In an interview with the Press-Tribune, ..., 2 Feb 2016 [cached]
In an interview with the Press-Tribune, Jones and Mayor Garret Nancolas said they were familiar with the PERSI requirement after former Caldwell Police Chief Bob Sobba later become a city councilman.
“If I remember correctly, (Sobba) had a break in service before. He had met the 90-day requirement,� Jones said.
The mayor agreed.
“Unless the rules have changed, there must have been something different with Bob,� Nancolas said.
Seat No. 6: Incumbent Rick Wells ..., 17 Oct 2007 [cached]
Seat No. 6: Incumbent Rick Wells and challenger Bob Sobba
Wells focused on what believes his experience and expertise have brought the city during his three terms.
"It's my firm belief that the money that can be saved and the opportunities that can be gained by keeping in place sound management are considerable," he said, estimating that he thinks his behind-the-scenes work on the Indian Creek project has saved the city $2 million.
One of Sobba's key points was the need for increased cooperation between government agencies and thorough policy review."We all work for the taxpayers, we need to cooperate," he said.
Sobba also stressed the need for thorough policy review.In a discussion of whether ordinances and fees imposed by the city are too harsh, too lenient or just about right, Sobba said they are usually somewhere in between and should be constantly evaluated to ensure they are effective.
Wells also said ordinances must by constantly updated to meet the changing vision they are meant to reflect and that fees should be based on the costs they apply to.While current fees might seem high, he said, the costs of running the city are also high.
A retired chief of the Caldwell Police Department, Sobba also discussed public perception of crime and the need to take proactive and preventative measures within the community.
About Us | Drug Free Idaho, 16 June 2011 [cached]
Bob Sobba, Caldwell City Council
United Way of Treasure Valley [cached]
In fact, when Caldwell Police Chief Bob Sobba recently asked his officers to determine similarities in the worst offenders, he found that none had graduated from high school and all had started their criminal activity with truancy and curfew violations.Students who are truant fall behind making dropping-out easier than catching-up.
CALDWELL -- Caldwell Police ..., 20 June 2007 [cached]
CALDWELL -- Caldwell Police Chief Bob Sobba announced he plans to retire in mid-August.
Sobba has worked in law enforcement for 36 years.
He spent 14 years at the Boise Police Department and was chief of Caldwell Police for a combined 18 years.
Sobba says he plans to stay active during his retirement.
He plans to volunteer his time in the city of Caldwell.
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