Muhheakannuck Nations at Nu Scodack
The Making of a Sagamore
Never Called by His Given Name
Auxiliary Police I
Three Rules:They established three rules every auxiliary had to observe: #1- Shined shoes: This resulted in the best dressed precinct in the city. People with shined shoes keep the rest of themselves spotless and it is contagious. It was so effective, the PD made it a requirement that officers wear corfams. Thia was a disaster, however, as they don't breathe and didn't need to be polished which eliminates the psychological benefit somewhat.#2- If an auxiliary was going to be absent on the agreed upon duty night, s/he had to notify the command: This made APOs aware that their presence and absence was noticed. It greatly improved reliability. The penalty for failing to notify was to write a "49" explaining why they were absent. This improved the writing capability of the officers and led to some getting hired in clerical jobs.#3- A patrol had to notify the command prior to leaving their post. They were aware this was for their safety and so knew someone cared about them. They were also made aware and continuously reminded of the need for caution.These three rules were enough to maintain a dsiciplined command.