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    Off Probation Officer Carry in your State
    Last edited by parole995; 07-16-2020, 07:22 PM.

  • #2
    It's called LEOSA now. You wouldn't have a bit of trouble in Tennessee. Don't go in other areas trying to play super cop when your off and you probably won't have trouble anywhere.
    Where'd you learn that, Cheech? Drug school?

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    • #3
      If your LEOSA qualified then you're fine and do not need professional courtesy.

      Stay safe and welcome to the LE family.

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      • #4
        Every Bureau of Prisons staff member (except clergy, and Public Health Service) are covered under LEOSA, even Secretaries and Cooks. There was some that got some grief at the beginning but tBOP, DOJ and the US Attorneys intervened. With the LEOSA updates in 2013 everyone is suppose to have an ID that states Law Enforcement Officer. Common sense would say the average LEO should not have an issue with Probation Officers but common sense sometimes aint!

        You should be fine just be articulate if you are stopped and questions (as in know when you can and can't arrest someone, where and everything else you should know so if they ask you "well what when why and how" you don't look like a soup sandwich!

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