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Posted: 9/1/2015 11:50:14 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 9/1/2015 11:53:59 PM EDT by glocklover]
When you are out and about, if you happen to run into a law inforcement officer, take a second to scan the area for potential trouble. You may be able to alert him/her of approaching trouble. They have been unfairly demonized by the media, politicians, and race baiters. They are being forced into a no win situation. The vast majority of law enforcement are decent people who just want to help protect our communities, and go home to their families at the end of the day. When we call for them, they do the best they can to help. The least we can do is be an extra set of eyes for them.
Link Posted: 9/1/2015 11:51:39 PM EDT
sounds like a good way to be mistaken for a "suspicious person"


just sayin
Link Posted: 9/1/2015 11:52:25 PM EDT
Enforcement
Link Posted: 9/1/2015 11:53:06 PM EDT
Link Posted: 9/1/2015 11:53:26 PM EDT
Cops roll deep around here I always see at least two on the way to and from school and see at least one at the bottom of the hill before my house to catch speeders.
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I'm always willing to jump in to back a boy in blue ... I just hope when the cavalry arrives they don't beat my ass too much before the cop I'm helping can ID me as one of the good guys (TM).

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Originally Posted By Paul:



Originally Posted By glocklover:The least we can do is be an extra set of eyes for them.




I'm always willing to jump in to back a boy in blue ... I just hope when the cavalry arrives they don't beat my ass too much before the cop I'm helping can ID me as one of the good guys (TM).





 
This.
Link Posted: 9/1/2015 11:55:03 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By NWhiker:
sounds like a good way to be mistaken for a "suspicious person"


just sayin
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Link Posted: 9/1/2015 11:55:56 PM EDT
No thanks, I'll help where asked (or clearly needed), but they're not scanning my 6. Thats my job.
Link Posted: 9/1/2015 11:56:07 PM EDT
I really can't tell if this thread is genuine or sarcasm...
Link Posted: 9/1/2015 11:56:21 PM EDT
Last time I was close to a situation the cops might have been interested in I got to watch about 25 tree guys who do nothing but move huge ass logs all day fight about 10 thugs that had no idea what was coming. PSA, that 260 pound groundy that can spear chuck a 450 pound log into a chuck and duck is not to be fucked with at the end of the day on Friday.
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Originally Posted By NWhiker:

sounds like a good way to be mistaken for a "suspicious person"





just sayin






Don't make eye contact appears that is a legit reason for a stop now

 
Link Posted: 9/2/2015 12:03:20 AM EDT
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Originally Posted By triburst1:
I really can't tell if this thread is genuine or sarcasm...
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genuine
Link Posted: 9/2/2015 12:04:22 AM EDT
Didn't Heimat Sicherheitsdienst Fuhrer Janet Napolitano say something similar to Wally World employees?

Link Posted: 9/2/2015 12:05:22 AM EDT
[Last Edit: 9/2/2015 12:10:59 AM EDT by AssaultRifler]
I'm always looking out for cops when driving fast

 
Link Posted: 9/2/2015 12:06:51 AM EDT
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Originally Posted By Paul:


I'm always willing to jump in to back a boy in blue ... I just hope when the cavalry arrives they don't beat my ass too much before the cop I'm helping can ID me as one of the good guys (TM).
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Originally Posted By Paul:
Originally Posted By glocklover:The least we can do is be an extra set of eyes for them.


I'm always willing to jump in to back a boy in blue ... I just hope when the cavalry arrives they don't beat my ass too much before the cop I'm helping can ID me as one of the good guys (TM).


That's my problem with helping out.
I’m not getting shot for trying to help.
Link Posted: 9/2/2015 12:09:23 AM EDT
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Originally Posted By Paul:


I'm always willing to jump in to back a boy in blue ... I just hope when the cavalry arrives they don't beat my ass too much before the cop I'm helping can ID me as one of the good guys (TM).
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Originally Posted By Paul:
Originally Posted By glocklover:The least we can do is be an extra set of eyes for them.


I'm always willing to jump in to back a boy in blue ... I just hope when the cavalry arrives they don't beat my ass too much before the cop I'm helping can ID me as one of the good guys (TM).


Sad but true....
Link Posted: 9/2/2015 12:09:49 AM EDT
Sounds like OP probably likes police more than they like him
Link Posted: 9/2/2015 12:12:14 AM EDT
Nope.
Link Posted: 9/2/2015 12:13:01 AM EDT
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Originally Posted By Paul:


I'm always willing to jump in to back a boy in blue ... I just hope when the cavalry arrives they don't beat my ass too much before the cop I'm helping can ID me as one of the good guys (TM).
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Originally Posted By Paul:
Originally Posted By glocklover:The least we can do is be an extra set of eyes for them.


I'm always willing to jump in to back a boy in blue ... I just hope when the cavalry arrives they don't beat my ass too much before the cop I'm helping can ID me as one of the good guys (TM).



+1

Luckily, my store supplies food to the local police K9 units, so I know quite a few cops in the area. My area isn't a bad area, but we do have a fair amount of vagrants that we have to call the cops on, so I've met a lot of normal patrol cops.

If I got involved, I've met enough of the cops who run this area to feel safe that they'd recognize me as a friend, and not a foe.
Link Posted: 9/2/2015 12:13:30 AM EDT
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Originally Posted By www-glock19-com:
Don't make eye contact appears that is a legit reason for a stop now  
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Dehumanizing stare.
Link Posted: 9/2/2015 12:19:30 AM EDT
I would gladly help out a cop in distress as long as it's not the chief, commies are on their own.
Link Posted: 9/2/2015 12:19:50 AM EDT
Not my job, mang.
Link Posted: 9/2/2015 12:21:54 AM EDT
Maybe, maybe not. Every situation is different but I generally try not to get involved in quarrels between strangers, especially if I'm unaware of the circumstances.
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Link Posted: 9/2/2015 12:33:05 AM EDT
I'm not a sheepdawg, sorry.
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I'm not a sheepdawg, sorry.
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I'm more of a fat Newfoundland.
Link Posted: 9/2/2015 12:36:10 AM EDT
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Originally Posted By m1awolf:


Sad but true....
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Originally Posted By m1awolf:
Originally Posted By Paul:
Originally Posted By glocklover:The least we can do is be an extra set of eyes for them.


I'm always willing to jump in to back a boy in blue ... I just hope when the cavalry arrives they don't beat my ass too much before the cop I'm helping can ID me as one of the good guys (TM).


Sad but true....


Not really a problem here, but I would roll in and help any MT LEO across the State that I have met so far.

MT LEO's are a bit different than the rest of the country.
Link Posted: 9/2/2015 12:37:39 AM EDT
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Originally Posted By glocklover:
Originally Posted By NWhiker:
sounds like a good way to be mistaken for a "suspicious person"


just sayin





ok now tell me what I'm exactly supposed to do if I see a black guy in hoodie walking up behind the policeman? Tackle him? Pull out my gun and start shooting? Yell "Every body get down! There's a black guy!"
Link Posted: 9/2/2015 12:38:58 AM EDT
YOU NEVER INVITE THE MAN INTO YOUR LIFE. yes caps lock.
Link Posted: 9/2/2015 12:39:53 AM EDT
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Originally Posted By elcope:


Not really a problem here, but I would roll in and help any MT LEO across the State that I have met so far.

MT LEO's are a bit different than the rest of the country.
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Originally Posted By elcope:
Originally Posted By m1awolf:
Originally Posted By Paul:
Originally Posted By glocklover:The least we can do is be an extra set of eyes for them.


I'm always willing to jump in to back a boy in blue ... I just hope when the cavalry arrives they don't beat my ass too much before the cop I'm helping can ID me as one of the good guys (TM).


Sad but true....


Not really a problem here, but I would roll in and help any MT LEO across the State that I have met so far.

MT LEO's are a bit different than the rest of the country.

Do they beat you a little differently?
Link Posted: 9/2/2015 12:43:08 AM EDT
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Originally Posted By Paul:


I'm always willing to jump in to back a boy in blue ... I just hope when the cavalry arrives they don't beat my ass too much before the cop I'm helping can ID me as one of the good guys (TM).
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Originally Posted By Paul:
Originally Posted By glocklover:The least we can do is be an extra set of eyes for them.


I'm always willing to jump in to back a boy in blue ... I just hope when the cavalry arrives they don't beat my ass too much before the cop I'm helping can ID me as one of the good guys (TM).



This.  

Even tonight, cop had someone pulled over at 7-11.  Did a slow drive to check the area.  I was in parking lot.

But, this is Plano (according to Bill Whittle, the gun nut capital of the world).  Not much crime here.

Txl
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Originally Posted By YEEEEEEHAW:

Do they beat you a little differently?
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Originally Posted By YEEEEEEHAW:
Originally Posted By elcope:
Originally Posted By m1awolf:
Originally Posted By Paul:
Originally Posted By glocklover:The least we can do is be an extra set of eyes for them.


I'm always willing to jump in to back a boy in blue ... I just hope when the cavalry arrives they don't beat my ass too much before the cop I'm helping can ID me as one of the good guys (TM).


Sad but true....


Not really a problem here, but I would roll in and help any MT LEO across the State that I have met so far.

MT LEO's are a bit different than the rest of the country.

Do they beat you a little differently?


Yes, they use pool noodles.
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Originally Posted By TheOldRepublic:

  This.
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Originally Posted By TheOldRepublic:
Originally Posted By Paul:
Originally Posted By glocklover:The least we can do is be an extra set of eyes for them.


I'm always willing to jump in to back a boy in blue ... I just hope when the cavalry arrives they don't beat my ass too much before the cop I'm helping can ID me as one of the good guys (TM).

  This.



Us boys in blue appreciate it when shit hits the fan. All too often all we see is about a dozen iPhones pointed our direction.
Link Posted: 9/2/2015 12:47:36 AM EDT
smile and wave
Link Posted: 9/2/2015 12:49:07 AM EDT
Seems like a reasonable thing.

I try to be courteous to the leo here, I've only been in this state for 2 years and stopped for a few minor things. Polite and professional every time. Only given verbal warnings and a thank you for my service (vet tags).
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Do they beat you a little differently?
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Originally Posted By YEEEEEEHAW:
Originally Posted By elcope:
MT LEO's are a bit different than the rest of the country.

Do they beat you a little differently?

Link Posted: 9/2/2015 12:55:19 AM EDT
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Funny. When do I start getting paid for doing their job for them?
Link Posted: 9/2/2015 12:57:49 AM EDT
Since I'm an average white male I'm too busy keeping myself safe
Link Posted: 9/2/2015 12:57:50 AM EDT
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When I see an officer, I'm too busy checking my speedometer, avoiding eye contact, and trying to evade the license plate readers for privacy's sake.





I try to avoid the revenuers in general.




 
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When I see an officer, I'm too busy checking my speedometer, trying to not make eye contact, and trying to avoid the license plate readers for privacy's sake.
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I'm too busy marking them on Waze.
Link Posted: 9/2/2015 1:02:39 AM EDT
lol
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Originally Posted By Extorris:

I'm too busy marking them on Waze.
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Originally Posted By arashi:
When I see an officer, I'm too busy checking my speedometer, trying to not make eye contact, and trying to avoid the license plate readers for privacy's sake.

I'm too busy marking them on Waze.



At least someone cares.
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  This.

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Originally Posted By Paul:


Originally Posted By glocklover:The least we can do is be an extra set of eyes for them.




I'm always willing to jump in to back a boy in blue ... I just hope when the cavalry arrives they don't beat my ass too much before the cop I'm helping can ID me as one of the good guys (TM).



  This.





 
Yup.   Especially our 3 locals.
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I'm too busy marking them on Waze.
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Originally Posted By arashi:

When I see an officer, I'm too busy checking my speedometer, trying to not make eye contact, and trying to avoid the license plate readers for privacy's sake.


I'm too busy marking them on Waze.
LOL.  So thats how you boys avoid work?

 
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Us boys in blue appreciate it when shit hits the fan. All too often all we see is about a dozen iPhones pointed our direction.
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Originally Posted By TheOldRepublic:
Originally Posted By Paul:
Originally Posted By glocklover:The least we can do is be an extra set of eyes for them.


I'm always willing to jump in to back a boy in blue ... I just hope when the cavalry arrives they don't beat my ass too much before the cop I'm helping can ID me as one of the good guys (TM).

  This.



Us boys in blue appreciate it when shit hits the fan. All too often all we see is about a dozen iPhones pointed our direction.



This....
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This....
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Originally Posted By AZJBT:
Originally Posted By TheOldRepublic:
Originally Posted By Paul:
Originally Posted By glocklover:The least we can do is be an extra set of eyes for them.


I'm always willing to jump in to back a boy in blue ... I just hope when the cavalry arrives they don't beat my ass too much before the cop I'm helping can ID me as one of the good guys (TM).

  This.



Us boys in blue appreciate it when shit hits the fan. All too often all we see is about a dozen iPhones pointed our direction.



This....


Yep
Link Posted: 9/2/2015 2:03:50 AM EDT
ironically I think the black lives are more important than anyone else assholes are going to get  a LOT more blacks killed.  


I suspect cops are on a hair trigger and more people will wind up shot/beat/tazed.

and I suspect that if black people felt targeted or put out or whatever before, it's REALLY bad now.



I've personally gone from not noticing black people, to basically noticing a lot more and paying close attention if there are more than 1 black male in a group near me or the family, or if a black male heads directly or is near me.  

not paranoid but I pay a lot more attention and notice place people now a lot more. While it's probably an astronomically small percentage of the black population that feels like this,  but you wouldn't know unless it's too late if you aren't at least watching.
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LOL.  So thats how you boys avoid work?  
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Originally Posted By Extorris:
Originally Posted By arashi:
When I see an officer, I'm too busy checking my speedometer, trying to not make eye contact, and trying to avoid the license plate readers for privacy's sake.

I'm too busy marking them on Waze.
LOL.  So thats how you boys avoid work?  

I haven't been one of the "boys" for 3 years now.
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This....
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Originally Posted By Paul:
Originally Posted By glocklover:The least we can do is be an extra set of eyes for them.


I'm always willing to jump in to back a boy in blue ... I just hope when the cavalry arrives they don't beat my ass too much before the cop I'm helping can ID me as one of the good guys (TM).

  This.



Us boys in blue appreciate it when shit hits the fan. All too often all we see is about a dozen iPhones pointed our direction.



This....


I phones have caught a lot of iniquitous stuff since  they were invented.



Link Posted: 9/2/2015 8:18:32 AM EDT
I avoid any type of law enforcement at all times.

The whole "never invite the man into your life" thing. And yes I put my money where my mouth is...... I don't call them ever either. Even after a couple of break ins and stolen items. So I'm not a hypocrite by saying this. (The only thing in the last 10 years I had to report was a stolen pistol. So I don't get my ass handed to me later if it is found as part of a crime)

And it is terrible when people get killed. But in no way am I involving me or mine into that type of situation.
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I'm always willing to jump in to back a boy in blue ... I just hope when the cavalry arrives they don't beat my ass too much before the cop I'm helping can ID me as one of the good guys (TM).
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Originally Posted By Paul:
Originally Posted By glocklover:The least we can do is be an extra set of eyes for them.


I'm always willing to jump in to back a boy in blue ... I just hope when the cavalry arrives they don't beat my ass too much before the cop I'm helping can ID me as one of the good guys (TM).


This right here.  Will help out if they obviously need it, otherwise I'm staying outta the way.  Normally I'll be keeping an eye on my six, not theirs.
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