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  • #16
    An agency is in control of what comes out of their agency so you would have to get agency permission to 'Tube about anything relating to them. I'm sure you can continue your travel and review videos, but you would have to limit any videos connected with your agency to what they would allow.

    As an example, you could say you were a full time LEO with a local/state/federal agency while reviewing a LE tool of the trade or showing a new way to shoot tactically, but again, not use any reference to your agency...without their approval. Good luck!

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    • #17
      The fact that it seems like a bad idea to you should scream high decibels.

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      • #18
        Sometimes you can do it with style and even identify yourself. This LAPD officer has been doing it for years. Based on how well its done and how long its lasted, I suspect that behind the scenes, LAPD Public Affairs may have had a hand in it. His videos have cut down because he switched from motors to helicopters and can't film from there but what's posted is informative.

        https://www.youtube.com/results?sear...ry=officer+rob

        Going too far is half the pleasure of not getting anywhere

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