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    Wondering if anyone has some cheat sheets they would be willing to share or send to me. I've got one given to me by a training officer and another one from another jurisdiction. I'm going to be making an attempt to make up my own, but I'd like to see what some other folks have done. Its always good to see what people place where and how it's organized. 18.2 / 46.2 would be especially good, but if you've got local codes I'll be just fine.

  • #2
    Originally posted by LochRaven View Post
    Wondering if anyone has some cheat sheets they would be willing to share or send to me. I've got one given to me by a training officer and another one from another jurisdiction. I'm going to be making an attempt to make up my own, but I'd like to see what some other folks have done. Its always good to see what people place where and how it's organized. 18.2 / 46.2 would be especially good, but if you've got local codes I'll be just fine.
    I have a traffic code one, but will have to wait till I get to work tonight to scan it. As to the criminal code, I just use a code book that you can pick up at the magistrate's office for a few bucks.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by smk99 View Post
      I have a traffic code one, but will have to wait till I get to work tonight to scan it. As to the criminal code, I just use a code book that you can pick up at the magistrate's office for a few bucks.
      Yeah, I've also seen folks using the one from lexis nexis as well. Just trying to see how folks set theirs up and use them. One of the ones I got is meant to be utilized on the laptop, while the other is more suited to be in paper form or in a book.
      Last edited by LochRaven; 10-04-2009, 08:21 AM.

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      • #4
        Mine is a tri-fold laminated card, a bit bigger than 8X11. One area has standard criminal codes, mostly ones that someone on the road would run into fairly regular, DUI, Possession, Domestics, etc. The rest is traffic.

        Each traffic section is broken down by type of offense...EG: Speeding, RD, Right of Way, Equipment, etc etc. Within each section are the specific offenses and the code section right next to it. Its not too different from any sheet that anyone else would use.

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        • #5
          We're given one from the department that is a small 3x4 20ish page book with 18.2 and 46.2 code titles and #s. It's invaluable, but I.ve been thinking of also making just an 8.5x11 sheet that I can "laminate" (scotch tape) to my clipboard with common traffic codes on it. If I get around to making it this weekend I'll send copies around to anyone that wants it.
          Magistrate: "Do you have any other pending charges?"
          Drunk: "Well there's this thing where the cops said I spit blood on them."
          Me: "Wait a minute, that was me!"
          Drunk: "Oh... now you like me even less."

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          • #6
            Careful of such crutches.

            It's good to actually look up "law" from time to time ... in a current book, and to "read" it is even a "good thing".


            "That's right man, we've got mills here that'll blow that heap of your's right off the road."

            "Beautiful Daughter of the Stars."(it's my home now)

            >>>>> A Time for Choosing <<<<<

            Retired @ 31yr 2mo as of 0000 hrs. 01-01-10. Yeah, all in all, it was good.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by DetDep View Post
              We're given one from the department that is a small 3x4 20ish page book with 18.2 and 46.2 code titles and #s. It's invaluable, but I.ve been thinking of also making just an 8.5x11 sheet that I can "laminate" (scotch tape) to my clipboard with common traffic codes on it. If I get around to making it this weekend I'll send copies around to anyone that wants it.
              I have one in Word if you want it. I laminated it and kept it on my ticket book. PM me your email addy and I will send it to you if you want.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by t150vsuptpr View Post
                Careful of such crutches.

                It's good to actually look up "law" from time to time ... in a current book, and to "read" it is even a "good thing".


                Agreed....but, its how you use it that determines if it becomes a crutch or not.

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