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  • Iowa #1603
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    Originally posted by Michigan View Post
    Will that effect my application process into any other PD's?
    Have you ever heard the term "You shot yourself in the foot."

    If you have any further quesitons pleas PM jamilla
    http://forums.officer.com/forums/mem...132068-jamilla

    Originally posted by mdrdep View Post
    This is only somewhat true. They recently hired a reformed terrorist who has planted and maintains IED's throughout the state. NOw when the pursuit hits the above mark they just have Amhed hit the switch and blow up the offending vehicle and occupants.
    Amhed or ACHMED?

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1uwOL4rB-go

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  • PhilipCal
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    Originally posted by thepizzle44 View Post
    sorry I didnt get back to you guys until today, the reason why i asked about the policy is because i had a meeting with a local lieutenant who gave me a list of possible questions they might ask me on some oral boards. I had no such luck finding anything online so i figured this would be the appropriate place to find the information. thank you guys for the information that was given.
    At an entry level Oral Board, you would not be expected to be familiar with agency policy concerning pursuits.

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  • Ohio5-0
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    Originally posted by thepizzle44 View Post
    sorry I didnt get back to you guys until today, the reason why i asked about the policy is because i had a meeting with a local lieutenant who gave me a list of possible questions they might ask me on some oral boards. I had no such luck finding anything online so i figured this would be the appropriate place to find the information. thank you guys for the information that was given.
    Oral boards are meant to see what YOU would do in situations, not what people told you on a forum. No one helped me with mine, I answered my questions using my problem solving skills and reasoning. We aren't here to help you (or at least I am not) with our experiences. Do it yourself.

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  • thepizzle44
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    sorry I didnt get back to you guys until today, the reason why i asked about the policy is because i had a meeting with a local lieutenant who gave me a list of possible questions they might ask me on some oral boards. I had no such luck finding anything online so i figured this would be the appropriate place to find the information. thank you guys for the information that was given.

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  • mdrdep
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    Originally posted by Ohio5-0 View Post
    Although pursuit policies vary, I know the following is true from a buddy of mine who works in Rhode Island. Once their lightbar is activated, they can only follow you for 2 miles. If you make 3 right turns, they have to IMMEDIATELY terminate the pursuit. If you display your hazards, they will think you are having car problems and leave. Hope this helps!
    This is only somewhat true. They recently hired a reformed terrorist who has planted and maintains IED's throughout the state. NOw when the pursuit hits the above mark they just have Amhed hit the switch and blow up the offending vehicle and occupants.

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  • Ohio5-0
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    Originally posted by thepizzle44 View Post
    Does anyone know what the pursuit policy is in the state of Rhode Island? any info is greatly appreciated thanks
    Although pursuit policies vary, I know the following is true from a buddy of mine who works in Rhode Island. Once their lightbar is activated, they can only follow you for 2 miles. If you make 3 right turns, they have to IMMEDIATELY terminate the pursuit. If you display your hazards, they will think you are having car problems and leave. Hope this helps!

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  • Michigan
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    Originally posted by RoadKingTrooper View Post
    And don't forget, it will go down in your PERMANENT RECORD!.................................YOUR PERMANENT RECORD!!!!!!
    Will that effect my application process into any other PD's?

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  • RoadKingTrooper
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    Originally posted by Michigan View Post
    He's right. I should not have told you the above information. However, what's done is done and there is no changing it now. I can only hope a MOD will delete my previous post and ban me for life.
    And don't forget, it will go down in your PERMANENT RECORD!.................................YOUR PERMANENT RECORD!!!!!!

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  • Michigan
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    Originally posted by SgtCHP View Post
    POLICIES and PROCEDURES are NOT discussed in open forums!
    He's right. I should not have told you the above information. However, what's done is done and there is no changing it now. I can only hope a MOD will delete my previous post and ban me for life.

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  • SgtCHP
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    POLICIES and PROCEDURES are NOT discussed in open forums!

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  • CarFan
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    Originally posted by Michigan View Post
    They can only pursue you if they are wearing their hat. If for some reason their hat falls if during the pursuit, they have to kill themselves immediately.

    Drive carefully and pray the cop isn't wearing his/her hat when you flee!

    ^^^True for fact^^^

    If the pursuing Police Officer is wearing a tight fitting ball cap you are screwed.

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  • BigW
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    All I can speak for is my area. We run you till the wheels come off. You'd do best to assume this is policy for all departments and not break the law.

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  • Michigan
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    Originally posted by thepizzle44 View Post
    Does anyone know what the pursuit policy is in the state of Rhode Island? any info is greatly appreciated thanks
    They can only pursue you if they are wearing their hat. If for some reason their hat falls if during the pursuit, they have to kill themselves immediately.

    Drive carefully and pray the cop isn't wearing his/her hat when you flee!

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  • PhilipCal
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    Pursuit policies vary from state to state, and from agency to agency within a given state. In your place I don't believe I'd be too disappointed if I didn't receive a whole lot of information past that. No offense to you personally, but as I noted these policies do vary widely, and we as a forum, are a little reluctant to discuss some policies and tactics.

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  • goodfella
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    Originally posted by HI629 View Post
    Exactly what kind of heist are you planning? This kind of information isn't generally available to the general public.
    lol

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