By Michael G. Stogner
San Mateo County News.com has asked San Mateo County Sheriff Carlos G. Bolanos what his policy is for his 800 employees being vaccinated. The Sheriff and his Public Information Officer have not responded yet.
The Public has a right to know if the Sheriff Deputy that has pulled him/her over for a traffic stop is fully vaccinated. It’s no secret that several people in Law Enforcement think they are above the rules, “Those Who Matter” club. Some have even filed lawsuits to avoid being vaccinated.
Violation of Oath? First responders, whose oath is to serve and protect, and to race into harm’s way in the interest of public safety.
I’ve asked a simple question, Sheriff Bolanos what is your policy on your employees being vaccinated in order to serve the public? In order to be in a Court Room, to be in MaGuire or Maple Jail, or San Mateo County Medical Hospital, or the 400 County Center Building, or Sheriff Activities League?
What is San Mateo County Sheriff Office Policy?
Michael Stogner <email@example.com>To:Carlos Bolanos,firstname.lastname@example.org Cc: Mike Callagy, John Beiers, Dave Canepa, Don Horsley, Carole Groom and 3 more…Sat, Sep 18 at 6:44 AM
Good morning Sheriff Bolanos,
What is your policy on your employees being fully vaccinated?
What is your total number of Employees, and how many have been fully vaccinated as of today?
If any claim religious exemptions will those documents be verified for perjury?
Thank you in advance of your response.
Michael G. Stogner
San Mateo County News.com
The same question could be asked for All San Mateo County Employees.
Note: Sheriff Carlos G. Bolanos is a candidate for Re-Election in just 9 months.