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  • Video of Cop taking 2 suspects on....

    Don't know if this is a repost...

    http://youtube.com/watch?v=ZaGlH6jmu...elated&search=

    What would you have done the same/ different? I just found out yesterday I am now officially a rookie! Waiting to swear in in the next 2 weeks, once my backround is completed, but the Chief said he is hiring me!
    You have the right to remain silent, but apparently you lack the skill to exercise that right.

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    He's a scrapper!

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    • #3
      Originally posted by D.o.D cop
      Don't know if this is a repost...

      http://youtube.com/watch?v=ZaGlH6jmu...elated&search=

      What would you have done the same/ different? I just found out yesterday I am now officially a rookie! Waiting to swear in in the next 2 weeks, once my backround is completed, but the Chief said he is hiring me!
      Congrats DOD.
      "First of all, then we have to say the American public overwhelmingly voted for socialism when they elected President Obama." - Al Sharpton, March 21, 2010

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Traffic_82
        He's a scrapper!
        It's too bad that the officer escalated the situation at every turn. Bad tactics by what appeared (at least in the footage shown) to be a rather badge-heavy officer.
        "He who fights with monsters might take care lest he thereby become a monster. And if you gaze for long into an abyss, the abyss gazes also into you."
        -Friedrich Nietzsche

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        • #5
          im not going to bash the guy, im in no postion to judge, but it seems, once he let the second (younger guy) get out, he had a bad situation getting worse every minute.

          i dont think he should have stood there and argued with they guys, i would think by doing this he "lost" control over he situation a bit.
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          • #6
            So by allowing two subjects to get out he lost control? My intial reaction to the video is by allowing one subject to get out of the vehicle and get mouthy......but i got no room to judge, for I am a rookie, and proud to be one!
            You have the right to remain silent, but apparently you lack the skill to exercise that right.

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            • #7
              Every one of them had a bad attitude from the start.

              If the cop wanted to control the situation he should have kept his calm.

              If the other two didn't want to get arrested they should have done the same.

              I'm curious, though. Is swinging a shovel considered assault w/a deadly weapon?

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Fëanor
                I'm curious, though. Is swinging a shovel considered assault w/a deadly weapon?
                Yes! Swinging a common, household iron, with the intent to commit GBI, would be considered ADW. That old guy is lucky that cop didn't put two in the ten ring
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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Bing_Oh
                  It's too bad that the officer escalated the situation at every turn. Bad tactics by what appeared (at least in the footage shown) to be a rather badge-heavy officer.
                  I agree...and if I dropped the "F" bomb with the public (even dirtbags), then I would have some splainin to do.

                  My comment was from the entertainment standpoint...he can throw down .

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Bing_Oh
                    It's too bad that the officer escalated the situation at every turn. Bad tactics by what appeared (at least in the footage shown) to be a rather badge-heavy officer.
                    I will start with an easy topic!

                    The officer was at least half the problem in this scenario. Had he used better verbal communications skills he may have not had this situation escalate as quickly. However, it appears to me that the passenger was spoiling for a fight which means that this confrontation was probably unavoidable.

                    The officer should have used a chemical weapon or taser in this instance instead of going straight to a physical confrontation. Seems to me that he was very unskilled, and perhaps not in a very good position to go hand to hand. If you are going to utilize that tactic, you had better have some skills.
                    Fighting the good fight, one beer at a time.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Traffic_82
                      I agree...and if I dropped the "F" bomb with the public (even dirtbags), then I would have some splainin to do.
                      I will never understand that logic in administration. There are uncountable times in which that language is not only acceptable, but really neccessary. Sometimes it's the only thing scumbags understand, yelling at them at the top of your lungs and cursing every word you know.
                      Fighting the good fight, one beer at a time.

                      "Defense aint for no nice people." Neamiah Warrick, first year starting Saftey, Michigan State University 2006

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by lawhog
                        I will start with an easy topic!

                        The officer was at least half the problem in this scenario. Had he used better verbal communications skills he may have not had this situation escalate as quickly. However, it appears to me that the passenger was spoiling for a fight which means that this confrontation was probably unavoidable.

                        The officer should have used a chemical weapon or taser in this instance instead of going straight to a physical confrontation. Seems to me that he was very unskilled, and perhaps not in a very good position to go hand to hand. If you are going to utilize that tactic, you had better have some skills.
                        I agree that the passenger was trying his hardest to instigate a fight with the officer. What I find unfortunate is that the officer not only encouraged that, but assisted him in starting the fight by ordering him out of the vehicle.

                        The video was like watching a couple of bull moose at rutting season. Both the officer and the passenger wanted to show who had the biggest...um, yea. While I'd expect that kind of behavior from many of our "customers," it's highly unprofessional when it's an on duty officer doing it. Seizing control of a situation with certain verbal and physical skills is sometimes a necessary part of the job. Bumping chests like a couple of drunks in a bar to show who's tougher isn't.

                        Originally posted by lawhog
                        I will never understand that logic in administration. There are uncountable times in which that language is not only acceptable, but really neccessary. Sometimes it's the only thing scumbags understand, yelling at them at the top of your lungs and cursing every word you know.
                        I absolutely agree that coarse language is sometimes the best communication. It isn't always inapproprate to curse at someone on the street. IMHO, this wasn't one of those situations. His cursing wasn't a measured attempt to control a situation, it was an indication that he had lost control not only of the situation but of his own emotions.
                        "He who fights with monsters might take care lest he thereby become a monster. And if you gaze for long into an abyss, the abyss gazes also into you."
                        -Friedrich Nietzsche

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                        • #13
                          Police officer: "You know what?"
                          Passenger: "You know what, what!?"
                          Riveting conversation!

                          In my opinion, it is unprofessional to stand there and get in a yelling match with an offender.

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                          • #14
                            Was good entertainment, he fought them off well. I won't pass judgement on the actual situation but is it just me or did he only call for back up long after he started fighting with them?

                            You could tell this situation was going from bad to worse. Every time I see something like this I always think back to that poor copper that was gunned down when two guys overpowered him.

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by Fëanor
                              Every one of them had a bad attitude from the start.

                              If the cop wanted to control the situation he should have kept his calm.

                              If the other two didn't want to get arrested they should have done the same.

                              I'm curious, though. Is swinging a shovel considered assault w/a deadly weapon?
                              Hey dude, let me swing a shovel at your forty pound knoggin and let me ask you if that hurt ...... . In WWI, I believe that shovels were a weapon of choice for hand to hand combat.
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