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Discussion in 'Cop Talk' started by GoldDot40, Jun 20, 2013.
Well played, sir!
I break mine out once in a while, but sop's says either is fine...officer's choice.
this style is what i have....
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Sweet pic! What kind of watch is that?
It's old school but I like it.
I'm liking that Norfolk badge. Simpler the better. Out of the 5 designs I've had with 3 agencies, my favorite was a small sheriff 7 pt. type star they gave us as a DA Inv. It was small and had a simple clip in back.
Now I just have my retired ID card to comply with HR218 and I'm perfectly happy with that. The two badges I retained just stay in a drawer.
That is my favorite type of badge, the U.S. Marshal badge.
I like it better than the Centurion shields that is all the rage here in SoCal.
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Just had to do it
Lol, you should have used a NAA .22 revolver.
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Don't need the badge when you got the sash, boy!
How about the LEOSA sash for when you're traveling?
Here ya go, the ultimate CWP badge.
The CSU and UC badges are still 7 point stars. We see some from other campuses because ours needs help from time to time and they only have a dozen officers. Think 4 foot doobie.
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I don't carry them small guns.......I'll stick with that 25 like Bond wanted to.
Ours. Everybody above officer has their rank on it vs. badge number. Lt. and above is gold. Gold was started by our last chief.
I dislike the shield with eagle on top style badges. It just looks uneven. NYPD has a good series of badges. I like how just about every rank has a different badge. LAPD style is okay, better than the squashed eagle look. I do like my 7 point star. It is pretty much the standard out in the Bay Area. There are a few that don't but I can only think of three off the top of my head.