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  • Tim Dees
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    I think we'll kill this one before it gets any nastier. Thread closed.

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  • CGIS1
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    Originally posted by Big Shot
    most out of state cops = ticket
    in state = depends on attitude
    in county = so far zero
    federal leos = always a ticket

    EDIT : Fire/EMS same as above, but in county = so far zero

    I have good stats for cites.
    thanks buddy :/.... whats wrong with feds! Since I don't deal with traffic I can't say exactly what I would do, but I probably would cut a break.

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  • Bearcat357
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    Originally posted by Big Shot
    most out of state cops = ticket
    in state = depends on attitude
    in county = so far zero
    federal leos = always a ticket

    EDIT : Fire/EMS same as above, but in county = so far zero

    I have good stats for cites.

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  • Sgt. Geezer
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    Originally posted by Big Shot
    most out of state cops = ticket
    in state = depends on attitude
    in county = so far zero
    federal leos = always a ticket

    EDIT : Fire/EMS same as above, but in county = so far zero

    I have good stats for cites.
    Well Big Shot.... That's a way to rile up the Forum a bit. But we know you're trying to agitate and probably would only take an action on DWI ... Maybe.

    As for me ....... I never cite LEOs.

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  • grumpyirishman
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    ??????????

    Originally posted by Big Shot
    most out of state cops = ticket
    in state = depends on attitude
    in county = so far zero
    federal leos = always a ticket

    EDIT : Fire/EMS same as above, but in county = so far zero

    I have good stats for cites.

    What a maroon.....

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  • notasheep
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    Originally posted by Big Shot
    most out of state cops = ticket
    in state = depends on attitude
    in county = so far zero
    federal leos = always a ticket

    EDIT : Fire/EMS same as above, but in county = so far zero

    I have good stats for cites.

    lol, It's bad when I can tell you're an arogant S.O.B. from 5 or 6 lines...

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  • notasheep
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    Originally posted by countdown
    I wanted to get an idea of how many here would cut an off-duty officer a break if pulled over for a traffic violation?

    Based soley on them being LE, mind you.

    I know ALOT cut breaks to people in general. I have been cut a break before(honest mistake- officer picked up on my honesty I suppose).

    I am going off LE-ONLY basis. No traps or tricks here. Just want an idea.
    What about firemen? Thanks guys

    Yes. Every time, ALL the time. (civil infraction type stuff). I let veterans go with a v/w too.

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  • Big Shot
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    most out of state cops = ticket
    in state = depends on attitude
    in county = so far zero
    federal leos = always a ticket

    EDIT : Fire/EMS same as above, but in county = so far zero

    I have good stats for cites.

    Leave a comment:


  • Northtechsan
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    Originally posted by countdown
    I wanted to get an idea of how many here would cut an off-duty officer a break if pulled over for a traffic violation?

    Based soley on them being LE, mind you.

    I know ALOT cut breaks to people in general. I have been cut a break before(honest mistake- officer picked up on my honesty I suppose).

    I am going off LE-ONLY basis. No traps or tricks here. Just want an idea.
    What about firemen? Thanks guys
    I think we have all answered all this question before in previous posts

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  • AZLawDawg
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    ok, I'll bite.

    Yes.

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  • Do you cut off-duty officers a break when pulled over?

    I wanted to get an idea of how many here would cut an off-duty officer a break if pulled over for a traffic violation?

    Based soley on them being LE, mind you.

    I know ALOT cut breaks to people in general. I have been cut a break before(honest mistake- officer picked up on my honesty I suppose).

    I am going off LE-ONLY basis. No traps or tricks here. Just want an idea.
    What about firemen? Thanks guys

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