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Posted: 9/2/2015 8:42:39 PM EDT
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Link Posted: 9/2/2015 8:44:28 PM EDT
http://www.tnonline.com/2015/sep/02/one-officer-flown-following-assault-west-penn-township



She approached the car and a black male came around the car, picked her up and threw her down the embankment. Her officer down alert went off and police from Carbon and Schuylkill counties rushed to the scene
Link Posted: 9/2/2015 8:47:38 PM EDT
didn't the boston shooting use a disabled vehicle as bait too
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When will the great enabler speak?
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Originally Posted By caduckgunner:
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He's busy drinking piss in AK.
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Originally Posted By BigDeeeeeeee:

He's busy drinking piss in AK.
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Originally Posted By BigDeeeeeeee:
Originally Posted By caduckgunner:
When will the great enabler speak?

He's busy drinking piss in AK.


too busy with his gay lover like during Benghazi.
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It is getting out of hand and is not going to end up like the string pullers intended.
Link Posted: 9/2/2015 9:31:08 PM EDT
Officer down alert?

Is that like the alert things for when old people fall down?
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Originally Posted By Locke556:


Officer down alert?



Is that like the alert things for when old people fall down?
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Actually,  it looks like it is tied into the EAS system.   ( like Amber alerts )




The legislation would require that the following criteria be met to activate the system:



  • A law enforcement officer was killed or seriously injured by an offender;

  • The offender poses a serious risk or threat to the public and other law enforcement;

  • The offender’s vehicle, vehicle tag, or partial tag is available for broadcast; and

  • The law enforcement agency recommends activation of the system.


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Originally Posted By NoloContendere:


And a recent one in south Mississippi. Cop loosed his k9 from the car and pup took a tasty bite out of the perps.
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Originally Posted By NoloContendere:
Originally Posted By NWhiker:
didn't the boston shooting use a disabled vehicle as bait too


And a recent one in south Mississippi. Cop loosed his k9 from the car and pup took a tasty bite out of the perps.


I remember that one. Amazing how a bad guy gets a change of heart when the dogs are released.
Link Posted: 9/2/2015 9:40:40 PM EDT
Schuylkill County ain't Baltimore
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Fuckity fuck fuck fuck
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In before situational awareness posts!

In before women shouldn't be cops posts!


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You really want to hear what that fuck has to say about how his sons need space to destroy?

 
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Officer down alert?
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Funniest thing I've read all week!
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Originally Posted By Federov:


Schuylkill County ain't Baltimore
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Monroe Cty seems to be getting there though.



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Originally Posted By Federov:
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Baltimore would be scared of most of the residents of Schuylkill Co...
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So disabled vehicles seems to equate to ambushes now. They seem to be using vehicles to get an Officer to respond and then attack. Wonder If anyone would be offended if we start jumping out with M4's?
Link Posted: 9/2/2015 10:17:38 PM EDT
State Police are searching for two Hispanic males who stabbed the female during a traffic stop. My in-laws live there and are crapping themselves. FIL has the Fudd guns loaded for bear.
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Baltimore would be scared of most of the residents of Schuylkill Co...
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Originally Posted By JKrammes:
Originally Posted By Federov:
Schuylkill County ain't Baltimore


Baltimore would be scared of most of the residents of Schuylkill Co...


http://www.treasurenet.com/forums/pennsylvania/218537-barbie-dolls-coal-region-pennsylvania.html
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Originally Posted By cwm1150:
Wonder If anyone would be offended if we start jumping out with M4's?
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Nope
Link Posted: 9/2/2015 10:30:53 PM EDT
Is my crystal ball calibrated?
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Why does Allentown sound familiar? Was there something else happened there recently?
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Originally Posted By cwm1150:


So disabled vehicles seems to equate to ambushes now. They seem to be using vehicles to get an Officer to respond and then attack. Wonder If anyone would be offended if we start jumping out with M4's?
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I wouldn't like it but very much understand why you would want to.



 
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Originally Posted By BUCC_Guy:
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A great big orange button.
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Originally Posted By runfrumu:
In before situational awareness posts!

In before women shouldn't be cops posts!


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I know some amazing female cops......but then I know some stupid, worthless, dangerous cops of both sexes as well.

I now feel it's individual choice if you want to be a cop and are not qualified.

Oh sure I would hate be be partnered with such a piece of shit cop, but then it's my choice to stay or quit if I can't change the situation and get a better partner.

On the other hand the job is a blast with a good partner (male or female)
It's all about choices.
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This seems about right!
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Originally Posted By motown_steve:
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Its a shithole

and

Billy Joel

and if you watch Greg Gutfeld he mentions Allentown a lot, because that is where he is from
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Originally Posted By motown_steve:


Why does Allentown sound familiar? Was there something else happened there recently?
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Jimmy "Superfly" Snuka was just arrested for allegedly killing his girlfriend there in the early 80's
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Jimmy "Superfly" Snuka was just arrested for allegedly killing his girlfriend there in the early 80's
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Originally Posted By motown_steve:

Why does Allentown sound familiar? Was there something else happened there recently?
Jimmy "Superfly" Snuka was just arrested for allegedly killing his girlfriend there in the early 80's




 
This is the most recent.  




There is always something going on there     That an allot of traffic fatalities.
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Originally Posted By Banditman:
It is getting out of hand and is not going to end up like the string pullers intended.
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I'm not sure what the string pullers intent is.

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Originally Posted By Cacinok:

I'm not sure what the string pullers intent is.

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It is getting out of hand and is not going to end up like the string pullers intended.

I'm not sure what the string pullers intent is.



Cloward Piven, basically.

Then Marxism.
Link Posted: 9/2/2015 11:32:19 PM EDT
One thing this makes clear to me is that we need to get back to the policy of two cops to a car , every car, that we had up until the 80s at least. I can't remember when it started getting changed everywhere, but budget cuts in some places started going to one officer per car. I will redact that 80s thing, if I'm wrong, just going on memory, but I know for a fact, in SC and NC anyway, there were almost always two to a car back in the 70s at least. That would really cut down on a lot of this.
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Originally Posted By Bob243:

  Actually,  it looks like it is tied into the EAS system.   ( like Amber alerts )

The legislation would require that the following criteria be met to activate the system:


  • A law enforcement officer was killed or seriously injured by an offender;
  • The offender poses a serious risk or threat to the public and other law enforcement;
  • The offender’s vehicle, vehicle tag, or partial tag is available for broadcast; and
  • The law enforcement agency recommends activation of the system.

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Originally Posted By Bob243:
Originally Posted By Locke556:
Officer down alert?

Is that like the alert things for when old people fall down?

  Actually,  it looks like it is tied into the EAS system.   ( like Amber alerts )

The legislation would require that the following criteria be met to activate the system:


  • A law enforcement officer was killed or seriously injured by an offender;
  • The offender poses a serious risk or threat to the public and other law enforcement;
  • The offender’s vehicle, vehicle tag, or partial tag is available for broadcast; and
  • The law enforcement agency recommends activation of the system.


More likely a man-down button on the radio. Some of them will go off if the radio is horizontal for a set amount of time.
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Originally Posted By pavlovwolf:
One thing this makes clear to me is that we need to get back to the policy of two cops to a car , every car, that we had up until the 80s at least. I can't remember when it started getting changed everywhere, but budget cuts in some places started going to one officer per car. I will redact that 80s thing, if I'm wrong, just going on memory, but I know for a fact, in SC and NC anyway, there were almost always two to a car back in the 70s at least. That would really cut down on a lot of this.
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We had a discussion about that issue some years back here on ARFCOM, and I raised the same concerns that you do.  As I understand it, budgetary constraints brought the curtain down on two-man patrol units in most areas.

Not being an LEO myself, I was assured by many LEOs here that they didn't feel they needed two-man patrol units anyway, with backup readily available by radio, and I deferred to their expert opinions as being more valid than my own.

I wonder, though, if any of them are having a change of heart about that.

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Originally Posted By BUCC_Guy:


Officer down alert?
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Orange button?







 
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Originally Posted By Locke556:
Officer down alert?

Is that like the alert things for when old people fall down?
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Interestingly, yes. It is.
Link Posted: 9/2/2015 11:46:26 PM EDT
K-9's in all cars? Would that help?
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Originally Posted By 6winchester2:


We had a discussion about that issue some years back here on ARFCOM, and I raised the same concerns that you do.  As I understand it, budgetary constraints brought the curtain down on two-man patrol units in most areas.

Not being an LEO myself, I was assured by many LEOs here that they didn't feel they needed two-man patrol units anyway, with backup readily available by radio, and I deferred to their expert opinions as being more valid than my own.

I wonder, though, if any of them are having a change of heart about that.

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Originally Posted By 6winchester2:
Originally Posted By pavlovwolf:
One thing this makes clear to me is that we need to get back to the policy of two cops to a car , every car, that we had up until the 80s at least. I can't remember when it started getting changed everywhere, but budget cuts in some places started going to one officer per car. I will redact that 80s thing, if I'm wrong, just going on memory, but I know for a fact, in SC and NC anyway, there were almost always two to a car back in the 70s at least. That would really cut down on a lot of this.


We had a discussion about that issue some years back here on ARFCOM, and I raised the same concerns that you do.  As I understand it, budgetary constraints brought the curtain down on two-man patrol units in most areas.

Not being an LEO myself, I was assured by many LEOs here that they didn't feel they needed two-man patrol units anyway, with backup readily available by radio, and I deferred to their expert opinions as being more valid than my own.

I wonder, though, if any of them are having a change of heart about that.




Two cops on the scene every single stop beat a radio. One is right there covering you, the other may have drive for several minutes, when the altercations only take 20-30 secs.

Rural areas, here for instance, if I call a cop, it may be 30 minutes before he can get here ( response time on one of two burglary calls involving armed persons and theft of my guns, and with DJ in the wind, was 27 minutes. The second car that he called for back up was at the edge of Richland county, and took 35 minutes to get, which is at the northern edge of the county.
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Two cops on the scene every single stop beat a radio. One is right there covering you, the other may have drive for several minutes, when the altercations only take 20-30 secs.

Rural areas, here for instance, if I call a cop, it may be 30 minutes before he can get here ( response time on one of two burglary calls involving armed persons and theft of my guns, and with DJ in the wind, was 27 minutes. The second car that he called for back up was at the edge of Richland county, and took 35 minutes to get, which is at the northern edge of the county.
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Originally Posted By pavlovwolf:
Originally Posted By 6winchester2:
Originally Posted By pavlovwolf:
One thing this makes clear to me is that we need to get back to the policy of two cops to a car , every car, that we had up until the 80s at least. I can't remember when it started getting changed everywhere, but budget cuts in some places started going to one officer per car. I will redact that 80s thing, if I'm wrong, just going on memory, but I know for a fact, in SC and NC anyway, there were almost always two to a car back in the 70s at least. That would really cut down on a lot of this.


We had a discussion about that issue some years back here on ARFCOM, and I raised the same concerns that you do.  As I understand it, budgetary constraints brought the curtain down on two-man patrol units in most areas.

Not being an LEO myself, I was assured by many LEOs here that they didn't feel they needed two-man patrol units anyway, with backup readily available by radio, and I deferred to their expert opinions as being more valid than my own.

I wonder, though, if any of them are having a change of heart about that.




Two cops on the scene every single stop beat a radio. One is right there covering you, the other may have drive for several minutes, when the altercations only take 20-30 secs.

Rural areas, here for instance, if I call a cop, it may be 30 minutes before he can get here ( response time on one of two burglary calls involving armed persons and theft of my guns, and with DJ in the wind, was 27 minutes. The second car that he called for back up was at the edge of Richland county, and took 35 minutes to get, which is at the northern edge of the county.


We live on the edge of our county, no major metro area's nearby for about 5 miles, I have listened to the radio and our county while one of the larger in IL is mostly farmland, they have requested numerous interagency backups from the other county next to us, State Police or even the largest metro PD, we had a need for a deputy and it took them 25 minutes to arrive.

I feel for the law in our parts, fortunately we haven't had a BLM type incident YET, but in speaking to some of the LEO's, they feel it's just a matter of time.
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Originally Posted By pavlovwolf:
One thing this makes clear to me is that we need to get back to the policy of two cops to a car , every car, that we had up until the 80s at least. I can't remember when it started getting changed everywhere, but budget cuts in some places started going to one officer per car. I will redact that 80s thing, if I'm wrong, just going on memory, but I know for a fact, in SC and NC anyway, there were almost always two to a car back in the 70s at least. That would really cut down on a lot of this.
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Good luck finding people who want to pay for it.
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Originally Posted By InfiniteGrim:


Its a shithole

and

Billy Joel

and if you watch Greg Gutfeld he mentions Allentown a lot, because that is where he is from
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Originally Posted By InfiniteGrim:
Originally Posted By motown_steve:
Why does Allentown sound familiar? Was there something else happened there recently?


Its a shithole

and

Billy Joel

and if you watch Greg Gutfeld he mentions Allentown a lot, because that is where he is from


Where this happened is 45 minutes from Allentown, but might as well be a world away.  It's a small farming town, tucked between two mountains on the edge of coal country.

Originally Posted By pavlovwolf:
One thing this makes clear to me is that we need to get back to the policy of two cops to a car , every car, that we had up until the 80s at least. I can't remember when it started getting changed everywhere, but budget cuts in some places started going to one officer per car. I will redact that 80s thing, if I'm wrong, just going on memory, but I know for a fact, in SC and NC anyway, there were almost always two to a car back in the 70s at least. That would really cut down on a lot of this.


West Penn Township is 58 sq miles, with only 3800 people and three full time officers.  How do you propose they double up?
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Originally Posted By ShooterPatriot:


Where this happened is 45 minutes from Allentown, but might as well be a world away.  It's a small farming town, tucked between two mountains on the edge of coal country.



West Penn Township is 58 sq miles, with only 3800 people and three full time officers.  How do you propose they double up?
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Originally Posted By ShooterPatriot:
Originally Posted By InfiniteGrim:
Originally Posted By motown_steve:
Why does Allentown sound familiar? Was there something else happened there recently?


Its a shithole

and

Billy Joel

and if you watch Greg Gutfeld he mentions Allentown a lot, because that is where he is from


Where this happened is 45 minutes from Allentown, but might as well be a world away.  It's a small farming town, tucked between two mountains on the edge of coal country.

Originally Posted By pavlovwolf:
One thing this makes clear to me is that we need to get back to the policy of two cops to a car , every car, that we had up until the 80s at least. I can't remember when it started getting changed everywhere, but budget cuts in some places started going to one officer per car. I will redact that 80s thing, if I'm wrong, just going on memory, but I know for a fact, in SC and NC anyway, there were almost always two to a car back in the 70s at least. That would really cut down on a lot of this.


West Penn Township is 58 sq miles, with only 3800 people and three full time officers.  How do you propose they double up?



Our town, before my buddy and fellow member here got put over the police department, bought two brand new Danali's , one brand new patrol car, two brand new four wheelers, and a fucking boat.

There are 2500 people in our town, and we have 4 full time officers and one part time.

Now, this was all done because my buddy was forcing the old mayor out, who was using the police chief as his personal little squad.

The new mayor put IndfidelJoeBob ( his screen name here ) over the police committee and he's cleaning it up.

For what they paid for the new vehicles and the four wheelers and boat, and the trailers for them, we could have bought used vehicles as we always had, and hired two more cops at the salary our town pays. As it is, it looks like the NSA is doing a lot of business in town. The Denali's are triple black, with tint so dark you can't see anything. It's ridiculous.

The old mayor put the town on the hook really bad, and he did it illegally by doing the purchases without the consent of the council.

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Shendo462dafuq
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Originally Posted By EdAvilaSr:

He will soon be sending some high official from the DOJ to see if any civil rights were violated...............................of the perpetrator(s)
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Originally Posted By BigDeeeeeeee:
Originally Posted By caduckgunner:
When will the great enabler speak?

He's busy drinking piss in AK.


too busy with his gay lover like during Benghazi.

He will soon be sending some high official from the DOJ to see if any civil rights were violated...............................of the perpetrator(s)


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