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Discussion in 'Political Issues' started by robhic, Feb 17, 2020.
That kid flinching and backing up after calling that cop a pig was hilarious.
US Park Police
Federal Air Marshal Service
US Fish & Wildlife Service
Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives
US Immigration and Customs Enforcement
Drug Enforcement Administration
US Marshals Service
US Secret Service
Federal Protective Service
Dept. of Defense Police
US Border Patrol
Supreme Court Police
Tennessee Valley Authority Police
US Postal Inspection Service
and many, many more.
Was one of those LEOs carrying a paint ball gun? Pepper spray balls?
Again, not arguing, but many on your list are not marked Federal Police. I am well aware that there is a plethora of federal law enforcement agencies but the ones I have either worked with or been exposed to have a designator such as Inspector for the Postal Service, Deputy for the US Marshall, Special Agent or Agent for the Secret Service, etc. Not saying it doesn’t exist, just haven’t seen one not designating the specific department.
Very brave. Very badass. Knowing he can spout his crap to the one person that won’t beat the estrogen out of him.
His greatest fear is if that uniform fell off this fellow.
THROAT PUNCH that smart mouth little punk!
Other than this, I suppose we just can't help you.
Good grief guys lighten up. I just said I hadn’t seen one, not arguing their existence. The only ones we generally see here are BIA (Bureau of Indian Affairs) but they’re clearly marked as such.
Every federal agency I listed employs fully sworn federal LEOs with full police powers.
You can argue with them if you're a sovereign citizen.
Maybe there are a lot of things you haven't seen.
I've received speeding tickets from FAA police and US Park Police, and interacted with many others. They are certainly "real police," even FWS "game wardens."
Again guys I know this and have worked with them in the past. My brother is a retired Special Agent. I just have never seen a police vehicle that was marked just Federal Police without a symbol or name of the specific federal agency. Never was any discussion of agencies or police powers existing just a comment that I had never seen a generically marked Federal Police vehicle. Ya’ll just wanting to start something out of nothing or what? GEEZ!!!
Gee, I never saw a state police vehicle which didn't name which state, or a county sheriff vehicle which didn't name the county. I'll bet their badges and ID cards are just as specific.
Not sure how old you are. I’m past 50.
Back in the day, you are right. The word “Police” wasn’t used much for uniformed Federal LE. The General Services Administration was the “Police” agency for buildings and structures. The Post Offices had the “Postal Security Force”
And Postal Inspectors.
Others actually went the other way. White House Police became Uniformed Division of the Secret Service.
The word “Police” wasn’t as prevalent.
Chui, what do you mean? If by "militarized", you mean police have more black plastic tactical gear, yes... but if you mean apt to take more and quicker action, no way.
As other have posted, watch videos from decades ago. Police did NOT take any crap from people, and went in swinging.
I can't believe the restraint police have today.
Pull their masks off of their faces so everyone can see who they are.
Rodney King's fault.
I thought not wearing masks in these cases was law, already? I don't figure why it's not enforced more....
I’m 60 and got out if the game back in early 2000’s. No it wasn’t and I have purposefully stayed away from the general areas they operate in. Back then I don’t remember anybody using “police” on their vehicles except in a more localized type setting.