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  • On duty Cops being asked to disarm in hospital ER's.

    Good evening,
    I was on Second city Cop and found this http://secondcitycop.blogspot.com/20...his-again.html has this every happened to anyone on here? If so how was it handled? Thanks

  • #2
    I'd try to contain my laughter. Then I'd professionally tell them to **** off. Only in Chicago have that ever happen to me

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    • #3
      No. Never. I can't even imagine. It's insulting considering in 13 days it will be 1 year since we lost some people including an officer in a hospital mass shooting in the city.

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      • #4
        Been in hospitals maybe 1000+ times on investigations, never told to disarm, nor would I. Was at a hospital once and the opposing team came up to a floor to finish what they started on the street. My partner and I had them on the floor at gunpoint by the freight elevators. Security got there and told us to holster our guns. LOL We did once our help got there and dudes were cuffed.

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        • ChiTownDet
          ChiTownDet commented
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          County, Christ, Mt. Sinai, Northwestern, Univ. of Chicago, U of I, Reese, Mercy, Holy Cross, St. Bernard, Jackson Pk, South Shore, South Chicago, off the top of my head. Don't remember going to Children's.

        • Chicago1991
          Chicago1991 commented
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          Any of the hospitals you mentioned ever give you a hard time or did you all get along for the most part? Thanks

        • Chicago1991
          Chicago1991 commented
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          Any of the hospitals you mentioned ever give you a hard time or did you all get along for the most part? Thanks

        • ChiTownDet
          ChiTownDet commented
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          Nope, never had a problem.

      • #5
        “Go ahead. Arrest me...”
        Now go home and get your shine box!

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        • #6
          Originally posted by ChiTownDet View Post
          Been in hospitals maybe 1000+ times on investigations, never told to disarm, nor would I. Was at a hospital once and the opposing team came up to a floor to finish what they started on the street. My partner and I had them on the floor at gunpoint by the freight elevators. Security got there and told us to holster our guns. LOL We did once our help got there and dudes were cuffed.
          Any other interesting hospital stories? Thanks.

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