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Old 02-01-2013, 09:20   #51
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The raid jacket alone would be worth it... HO POLICE. Wear that to your local main drag to scare all the ladies of the night.


Those same officers could work for the Airport Security Serivce.

I can see their raid jackets now........
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Old 02-01-2013, 12:39   #52
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Hell they allow dental board investigators to be "police" in Tx, why not some HOA dudes.....
Don't those guys do drug diversion investigations? I would think that it makes sense to swear them in.

We swear in anyone that does investigations that can result in criminal prosecution, at least at the state level. Makes for a cleaner court case.
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Old 02-01-2013, 16:47   #53
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Those same officers could work for the Airport Security Serivce.

I can see their raid jackets now........
After the merger of the agencies, it can be the:

Airport
Security
Service
Home
Owners
Law
Enforcement

Department
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Old 02-01-2013, 17:39   #54
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After the merger of the agencies, it can be the:

Airport
Security
Service
Home
Owners
Law
Enforcement

Department
I'm assuming their special team would be the

Fast
Action
Response
Team...
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Old 02-01-2013, 17:49   #55
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I'm assuming their special team would be the

Fast
Action
Response
Team...
That's just the little poots that come out, but for some serious action, you need:

Special
High
Incident
Team

and

Proactive
Interdiction
Special
Service
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Old 02-01-2013, 18:13   #56
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After the merger of the agencies, it can be the:

Airport
Security
Service
Home
Owners
Law
Enforcement

Department
Quote:
Originally Posted by GD2J View Post
I'm assuming their special team would be the

Fast
Action
Response
Team...
Quote:
Originally Posted by lawman800 View Post
That's just the little poots that come out, but for some serious action, you need:

Special
High
Incident
Team

and

Proactive
Interdiction
Special
Service
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Old 02-05-2013, 00:01   #57
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I once saw a situation where some guy calls city hall to complain about a light the city had just installed in a city park. Apparently he was some big shot on the HOA board and expected all changes in the neighborhood to go through him.

City hall told him his house was too far from the light for him to complain about it shining in his bedroom window, and that the city is not a member of the HOA, therefore is not subject to HOA rules.
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