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What are the odds?

Discussion in 'Cop Talk' started by ronduke, Oct 2, 2012.


  1. ronduke

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  2. collim1

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    Wow, congrats to him, I got two complaints last week.
     

  3. gsp174

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    I will send in a complaint with no facts, incorrect information, and load it with falsehoods just so IAB can get him and tarnish his good reputation.


    I am really surprised about all those stops and nocomplaints. Normally you would get a couple that at least wants to trade a complaintfor a ticket and think it’s some type of deal.
     
  4. CanIhaveGasCash

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    That is just down right impressive. Maybe I should go see a dentist and have them improve my smile on the departments dime, all in the name of improving community relations.
     
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  5. x_out86

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    Kudos to the deputy. Just goes to show that professionalism and a good attitude can never be overlooked.
     
  6. steveksux

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    I don't understand. How could there be 25,000 traffic stops with no survivors?

    It's the only explanation for no complaints....

    Randy

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  7. blueiron

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    The Deputy missed their true calling in Sales.
     
  8. razdog76

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    That's easy, just use one of the several, spare coworker name tags in your cruiser... If the **** is really going to hit the fan, change it out to someone in admin. :supergrin:
     
  9. blueiron

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    When I was a young hard charger, I walked through admin and detectives with an unstated purpose.

    After that, when some crazy loon or a similar person demanded a card, I gave them one of the previously appropriated and shuffled business cards. People that hadn't been on the street in 15+ years couldn't figure out why someone who was complaining to them days later that their apartment manager was part of the Illuminati's new world order and repressing their 'rights'.

    I have only one regret in doing this - that I never put "joinder" on the back of the cards.
     
  10. rudeboy3

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    :rofl::rofl: That is freaking awesome. You sir are my hero.