Myths about policing?

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Pete Broccolo
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Re: Myths about policing?

Postby Pete Broccolo » Tue May 31, 2016 8:14 pm

No 20 Year Medal wrote:
Dudley DoRight wrote:...You know how it is with kit & clothing..,.leave it lying around and it grows legs.
Now that's not a myth. Never leave a good flashlight in the cruiser at the end of shift.

VERY true.

Thankfully, I am about the only dinosaur here, otherwise if there WERE some of the older, particularly NCO, types on here, they would be old-man-in-the-deli-returning-cold-soup ranting about the disappearing pens and AA batteries that they used to lock up (as God is my witness!)
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Re: Myths about policing?

Postby RedcapCrusader » Fri Jun 10, 2016 12:02 am

Myth: You won't have to be an overpaid babysitter anymore.

Truth: I do way more babysitting now, than when I worked Security. The only difference is the babies tend to be bigger knobheads, more violent, etc.


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