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  • JDZNate
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    Girlfriend bought me a portable bluray player. Comes in handy.

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  • Dep D
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    Originally posted by swat_op506 View Post
    Ummmmm..... WUT?
    I think we would get along well. Did you have trouble with the psych exam, too?
    LMFAO!!! Not the LAST time I took it....

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  • bigcitypolice06
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    Redbox.....

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  • SpecialCitizen
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    Crackheads don't mind walking two miles in the rain to get a hit... walking in the rain = hands on my hood...

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  • Chomp
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    Originally posted by ARSONCOP View Post
    What is this "RAIN" thing you are talking about...??? We have had only two (2) days so far this month.
    You get two days of rain *per month*? Poor bastard.

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  • creolecop
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    Originally posted by ChiCity View Post
    What are some productive ways to make use of my time on patrol when it's pouring out?
    answer calls on the pending screen, works for me ;-)

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  • Eastside
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    Foot patrols in your public housing / high crime apartment complexes - I second that

    We also patrol parking structures, malls etc the scum all go hide out and dwell over coffee

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  • Fugitive Hunter
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    Rain what rain lol? I guess it depends on what you are used to. I did ride alongs in Washington State or Oregon and for them guys it was business as usual regardless of weather. But your talking about it place where it can rain from Oct till July.

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  • swat_op506
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    Originally posted by Dep D View Post
    "Doe a deer, a female deer, ray a drop of golden sun".... Yes use the time to find your softer, gentler side... Listen to the pitter patter of the rain drops on the roof of your patrol vehicle.. Can you feel it.. The empathy... The sympathy.. You ARE CIT MATERIAL!!!!

    Feel your beating heart grow in your chest... I'm getting chills, no, no, "It's from the rain, it's from the rain..." "Your SWAT or your not", "Your SWAT or your not."

    OK, NOW, pull someone over for traffic violation such as speeding. Write the PA. Ask them to step put of their car to your patrol vehicle. Place the PA under your spot light, and explain the boxes, their options etc., and then have them sign carefully...

    Send them on their way, and continue until you get a call or whatever.
    Ummmmm..... WUT?
    I think we would get along well. Did you have trouble with the psych exam, too?

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  • Jericho
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    What is this "rain" of which you speak? Being in AZ (Phoenix Metro Area) we rarely see any. When it DOES rain the wrecks pile up because very few people know how to drive in it.

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  • ateamer
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    Probation searches, parole searches, stuff that keeps you under a roof. Or just do business as usual. You have Gore-Tex, right?

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  • Sackett
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    Hope to God that you do not have to work an accident, and drink lots of coffee. General patrol is always good. Criminals might think that we wont be patroling in a hard rain, and you might run up on something good.

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  • Dep D
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    "Doe a deer, a female deer, ray a drop of golden sun".... Yes use the time to find your softer, gentler side... Listen to the pitter patter of the rain drops on the roof of your patrol vehicle.. Can you feel it.. The empathy... The sympathy.. You ARE CIT MATERIAL!!!!

    Feel your beating heart grow in your chest... I'm getting chills, no, no, "It's from the rain, it's from the rain..." "Your SWAT or your not", "Your SWAT or your not."

    OK, NOW, pull someone over for traffic violation such as speeding. Write the PA. Ask them to step put of their car to your patrol vehicle. Place the PA under your spot light, and explain the boxes, their options etc., and then have them sign carefully...

    Send them on their way, and continue until you get a call or whatever.
    Last edited by Dep D; 04-29-2011, 08:43 AM.

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  • Bill321
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    A good Officer never gets cold, gets wet or goes hungry. Words to live by. Wait for the next crash and look for disabled vehicles. Last big rain we had here I provided coverage to a tire changer. After my initial approach he got wet while I sat in my squad waiting for him to finish changing his tire. Should have had tire service on his insurance.

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