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  • Only Law Enforcement Personnel Reply To Posts Here

    To ensure this forum stays on topic as much as possible, ONLY members classified as "sworn police officers" should 'reply' to topics in this thread. The original poster can be ANYONE, but those who reply should be the ORIGINAL POSTER and LAW ENFORCEMENT personnel ONLY.

    If you want to discuss the topic, are NOT in LE, and are NOT the original poster, post it in an appropriate public forum, but the 'Ask a Cop' should no longer be used as a breeding ground for civilian vs. cop discussions.

    Users are encouraged to report posts that are clearly not LE.

    HOWEVER, is you are a civilian and have a NEW Question or need clarification of an answer, you can reply in the original post. But we will not permit the 'Ask A Cop' discussion to turn into a battleground between civilians and cops...or for that matter cops and cops, or all in between.

    IF YOU POST HERE AND DO NOT QUALIFY AS THE ABOVE, YOU WILL BE BANNED IMMEDIATELY AND FOREVER. CANNOT STATE IT ANY CLEARER. NO EXCEPTIONS. NO WARNINGS. NO ANTI-LAW ENFORCEMENT RESPONSES OR POSTS.
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    For the purpose of participation in the Officer.com forums, we define a sworn police officer as follows:
    1. One who has powers of arrest on probable cause, can detain a person based on reasonable suspicion, has the legal ability to serve search and arrest warrants, and can carry firearms visible or concealed anywhere in the United States.
    2. One who retains these powers on duty and off, 24 hours a day.
    3. For officers employed outside the United States, has powers similar to those described in #1 as appropriate in their country, and would be generally recognized as a law enforcement officer.
    4. Honorably retired law enforcement officers may post responses in the restricted forum sections. An honorably retired officer is someone who met the requirements of #1 and #2 above, and possesses credentials from the agency where they were last employed, certifying them as a retired officer.

    Military Police, some corrections officers, and most reserve officers do not qualify as sworn police officers under this definition.
    This definition may be modified as circumstances warrant. Please note when the message thread header indicates that new content has been posted, so that you stay current.
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