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  • #16
    Originally posted by AuxiTrooper View Post
    So why hasn't somebody done that already?

    PM me:
    vehicle pic
    license plate info
    IN DL #
    Your address!
    And we know that in all things God works for the good of those who love him, who have been called according to his purpose.”- Romans 8:28

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    • #17
      Originally posted by Bearcat357 View Post
      Just curious.....would you cite the actual security officer or the company he/she works for.....?

      Well the UTT says ______ (named driver) DID UNLAWFULLY OPERATE ____ (vehicle). So as with other vehicle violations, it goes to the driver of the vehicle.

      Driver can sort it out with employer but driver is still ultimately responsible for the violation.
      And we know that in all things God works for the good of those who love him, who have been called according to his purpose.”- Romans 8:28

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      • #18
        Originally posted by Underdog28 View Post
        Is there an IC code that allows private hospital security red lights?
        Are they an "authorized emergency vehicle?"
        IC 9-21-20
        Chapter 20. Designation of Authorized Emergency Vehicles

        IC 9-21-20-1
        Emergency vehicle; designation; prohibited vehicles
        Sec. 1. (a) The Indiana department of transportation may designate as an authorized emergency vehicle a vehicle:
        (1) other than an ambulance that is owned by a person other than a hospital; and
        (2) that is used in emergency service.
        (b) The Indiana department of transportation may designate and authorize other emergency vehicles under the rules the department prescribes.
        As added by P.L.2-1991, SEC.9.

        IC 9-21-20-2
        Vehicles not affiliated with a hospital, law enforcement agency, or fire department; prohibition on withholding approval
        Sec. 2. The Indiana emergency medical services commission may not withhold approval of a motor vehicle as an authorized emergency vehicle because the motor vehicle is not affiliated with a hospital, law enforcement agency, or fire department.
        As added by P.L.2-1991, SEC.9.
        And we know that in all things God works for the good of those who love him, who have been called according to his purpose.”- Romans 8:28

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        • #19
          Originally posted by OffDuty View Post
          Well the UTT says ______ (named driver) DID UNLAWFULLY OPERATE ____ (vehicle). So as with other vehicle violations, it goes to the driver of the vehicle.

          Driver can sort it out with employer but driver is still ultimately responsible for the violation.
          There are some citations for "permitting operation of..." as well, though. I've cited several passengers for permitting operation of vehicle with expired plates or uninsured vehicle, as an example, when they were the registered owner but a friend was driving for whatever reason.
          I miss you, Dave.
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          • #20
            Originally posted by OffDuty View Post
            Well the UTT says ______ (named driver) DID UNLAWFULLY OPERATE ____ (vehicle). So as with other vehicle violations, it goes to the driver of the vehicle.

            Driver can sort it out with employer but driver is still ultimately responsible for the violation.
            Once again...pretty crappy thing to do to some schmuck that is trying to make a living and his employer tells him/her to drive the thing.....and they end up are being told/ordered to use the lights as they assist someone and await a LEO to respond....

            But that's just me.....as there are usually more pressing things....and if I am that hard-up for tickets.....I can always go out and run some RADAR for a while and get a snag or two there....

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            • #21
              Originally posted by towncop View Post
              It would be a stretch, but you could obviously cite the driver of the vehicle and then cite the company head for permitting the violation.
              Originally posted by CruiserClass View Post
              There are some citations for "permitting operation of..." as well, though. I've cited several passengers for permitting operation of vehicle with expired plates or uninsured vehicle, as an example, when they were the registered owner but a friend was driving for whatever reason.

              Thanks for driving my point home!
              Why are there so many babies on O.com? Creole, you and your buddy JPSO Recruit help me out on this one....

              * "Preach always, if necessary, use words!" St Francis of Assisi

              * Luke Chapter 6, Verses 27-36

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              • #22
                Our director is a campus police officer with full powers and says that because we act as his agents we are permitted to have red and blues.

                It still seems strange, the door says security, not campus police.
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                • #23
                  When I worked campus security a few years ago, we had one POLICE car and one SECURITY car. The police was red/blues. The security was Red/Yellow.
                  I am not sure, but I think I drove through campus the other day and the Security had R/B in the windows but still a yellow/red light bar. I don't know how that worked out. Might just be in case a Commisioned officer drives a secuity vehicle? Would that be legal, to use the R/B then?

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                  • #24
                    Originally posted by AuxiTrooper View Post
                    Our director is a campus police officer with full powers and says that because we act as his agents we are permitted to have red and blues.

                    It still seems strange, the door says security, not campus police.
                    What's difference between "Police" and "Campus Police"?

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                    • #25
                      Originally posted by Ten Six View Post
                      What's difference between "Police" and "Campus Police"?
                      I don't know, but he never refers to himself as a police officer, only a campus police officer. He could very well have no more power than the rest of us working for him (as campus security) and just likes how his given title sounds.

                      He's never arrested anybody since retiring from the local PD and the only time he tries to use his title is when he says the university rules don't apply to us because we're working as his agents. Making the waiver students sign giving consent to search to any university official void for us because he's "campus police."

                      Actually typing this and reading it again leads me to believe he's a greater wannabe than a few of the guys I work with.
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