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  • Seriously! How hard is it to answer a simple question? If you are not a LEO you deserve no PC! Get it!
    Conduct every traffic stop extending the olive branch of peace; while having a tactical plan to kill everyone inside the vehicle. - Gordon Graham

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    • Originally posted by guffyone View Post
      Today on the way to work -17 with low traffic. I pushed on the speed to warm up the car heat was on blowing cold air at me new car. I see a local PD cruzer pull a u turn. Hits me with the lights I pull over to the right, stop, turn interior lights on. He runs the plates "police memorial" me in uniform. Gets out of the car tells me why he stopped me. "The way he talk was Traffic Stop Guidelines 101"

      He then asked me what my "legal justification was for speeding". I never heard any officer ask anyone that.

      I felt he could write any other joe 8 mph over. I looked at him when he came back with the goody. I Said no professional courtesy he replied I can't I'm still on probation. I all most told Him 1 day I will say that to you.

      Something tells me his gonna write the chief one day. Tell him the same.

      What would have done if you were the officer writing or me.
      You posted this on 1-16-2009 at 6:37pm. In your post you state that the traffic stop happened 'today' so we can assume that the traffic stop happened during the daytime.

      If that was the case why did you turn your interior lights on, is it possible that you were ticketed for having windows tints as well as speeding. If so that would explain why you are so ****ed off, you might have to remove the tints.

      Just speculation.
      For some reason whenever I watch 'COPS' I want to move to Texas.

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      • Originally posted by xdrcx View Post
        Being from California I finally became curious about these "memorial" license plates after trying so hard not to get involved in this thread. According to this application, anyone who wants their license fees to go toward a memorial fund can get these plates. Seeing as anyone can get these plates, how does having them make you eligible for any courtesy other than you support law enforcement? Even though you seem to have a lack of respect toward law enforcement.
        It doesn't. Some idiots however feel that it does.
        Inmate: Why y'all treat us like criminals
        Me: you really want an answer to that
        Inmate: Man thats crazy CO

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        • This whole thing with cops writing cops is B.S. and needs to stop!
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          • All I can say is wow... As a LEO I've been stopped on several traffic stops for legit violations and I've never expected PC... I usually get asked on a TS if I'm a LEO and I respond with a respectful "yes" and then I apologize for wasting the officers time because now he has to comply with his PD's policy on warnings. Some PD's have strict rules regarding warnings and how they're given. The fact that you expected PC, regardless of your job, shows a maturity and humility issue. Earning that badge is more than a free pass to violate IVC. We are held to a higher standard then the general public.

            You have a lot to learn and grow in before you will make a successful police officer.

            BTW, I think the next time Guffy walks into Best Buy he's going to request the employee discount because he feels he deserves it even though he doesn't work for Best Buy or any of its affiliates. You wouldn't do that would you Guffy? So why, as non-LE, do you expect PC?
            Last edited by southchicopper; 01-25-2009, 09:55 AM.

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            • Question for all you street cops, since we are talking about tickets: There has been many times when a squad comes up behind me looking like he/she is about to pull me over, then does not for whatever reason. Is there a tag on my plates that denotes them belonging to a peace officer, just wondering.
              For some reason whenever I watch 'COPS' I want to move to Texas.

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              • Originally posted by 38allin View Post
                Question for all you street cops, since we are talking about tickets: There has been many times when a squad comes up behind me looking like he/she is about to pull me over, then does not for whatever reason. Is there a tag on my plates that denotes them belonging to a peace officer, just wondering.
                No, nothing comes up saying you're LE. It could be the copper sees a sticker, medallion on the car, where you are,cars registration, time of day, car could be reg. to PD address, (change of shift around 35th-Cal, car registers to add. in Mt. Greenwood, etc..) Just like that CCDSPD car on Cent. south of I55. He doesn't even stop manything at certain times of day because every car he radars is CPD or CCDOC on their way in to work..

                Or maybe the copper wasn't going to stop you at all.
                Last edited by ChiTownDet; 01-25-2009, 02:29 PM.

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                • Originally posted by 38allin View Post
                  Question for all you street cops, since we are talking about tickets: There has been many times when a squad comes up behind me looking like he/she is about to pull me over, then does not for whatever reason. Is there a tag on my plates that denotes them belonging to a peace officer, just wondering.
                  Sometimes I have a hard time seeing a plate, dirty or snow, or no light or whatever, so I will fly up on someone to get a closer look, since I'm constantly running plates/looking for possible hits, no hit, no take down, have a nice day.

                  i'd say about every 3/4 of the time, I see the person buckle up after I fly up behind them, lol

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                  • Originally posted by MetalBeldo View Post
                    Sometimes I have a hard time seeing a plate, dirty or snow, or no light or whatever, so I will fly up on someone to get a closer look, since I'm constantly running plates/looking for possible hits, no hit, no take down, have a nice day.

                    i'd say about every 3/4 of the time, I see the person buckle up after I fly up behind them, lol


                    The best is they doing so quickly it catches your eye. Even though I like that they put it on I probably woudln't have noticed they weren't wearing it but they made it so obvious.

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                    • Originally posted by MJN325
                      No tag denoting LE exists. Unless the reg is registered to a PD or LE Agency. There are certain circumstances where a plate could be "flagged" however it would never be done just because someone is a Peace Officer. Hope that helps.
                      In CA peace officers and hose draggers can get confidential plates. When you run the plate the vehicle info yr/make/reg exp date etc comes up as well as ower's name, then it says their agency name instead of the address.

                      For example CA lic plate 1xxx222
                      2000 mits exp 01/01/01
                      Jon W Smith
                      Los Angeles City Fire Dept
                      Originally Posted by VegasMetro
                      maybe it’s me but I think a six pack and midget porn makes for good times?????

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                      • Has anybody thought about the possibility that this Guffy character and the explorer that was arrested for pretending to be a cop are one in the same? That would be hilarious.

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                        • Originally posted by guffyone View Post
                          Today on the way to work -17 with low traffic. I pushed on the speed to warm up the car heat was on blowing cold air at me new car. I see a local PD cruzer pull a u turn. Hits me with the lights I pull over to the right, stop, turn interior lights on. He runs the plates "police memorial" me in uniform. Gets out of the car tells me why he stopped me. "The way he talk was Traffic Stop Guidelines 101"

                          He then asked me what my "legal justification was for speeding". I never heard any officer ask anyone that.

                          I felt he could write any other joe 8 mph over. I looked at him when he came back with the goody. I Said no professional courtesy he replied I can't I'm still on probation. I all most told Him 1 day I will say that to you.

                          Something tells me his gonna write the chief one day. Tell him the same.

                          What would have done if you were the officer writing or me.

                          LMFAO.. "any other joe" who the hell are you! stop playin with yourself.

                          P.S. a janitor at a park district PD doesnt get you professional courtesy

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                          • From what I understand, professional courtesy or not entirely depends on the cop holding the ticket book. It is nice to inadvertently speed, get caught, and get a "have a nice day" every once in a while. But if the cop decides to write you a ticket, just remember that it was YOU who was doing the speeding.
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                            • Originally posted by MetalBeldo View Post
                              There's a difference between completely blowing a stop sign and a "California Stop" Sorry about the confusion, but I mean total disregard for the sign, as if it's not even there. After this one accident I saw back when I was still in High School, yes I will write anyone who completly blows the sign.
                              I find it hard to believe you work in Cook County with an attitude like that. In Cook County we have more than enough on our plates to be worrying about Cops driving aggressively off duty IMOA. I drive super aggressive on duty and its hard to turn off once I leave work...

                              A month ago I had an instances where I had to ask for help and guys from another towns PD showed up (along with our guys). I guess if you never been in hairy situations you would be the type to consider writing other cops.... But by all means if it works for you keep on keepin on

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                              • Originally posted by Matt18 View Post
                                I find it hard to believe you work in Cook County with an attitude like that. In Cook County we have more than enough on our plates to be worrying about Cops driving aggressively off duty IMOA. I drive super aggressive on duty and its hard to turn off once I leave work...

                                A month ago I had an instances where I had to ask for help and guys from another towns PD showed up (along with our guys). I guess if you never been in hairy situations you would be the type to consider writing other cops.... But by all means if it works for you keep on keepin on
                                Really? I didn't realize it was SOOO hard to "turn it off" when I leave work.
                                For the cops out there: You are an adult. If you want to write someone, write them. If you don't want to write someone, then don't write them.

                                "Jeff, you are the best cop on this board"-Anonymous Post

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