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  • Joseph
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    Hi from Russia

    Welcome to the forum. New Orleasns Police Department. Joseph New Orleans, Louisiana USA

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  • Polski201
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    Ni panumayu

    Glad to have you posting here. Tell us a little about what it is like to be police in Russia.

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  • Tikidaddy
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    Welcome to the neighborhood Russian.

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  • jerseyshorecop
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    Welcome

    Welcome aboard....

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    Welcome from Texas. Enjoy the forum, have fun and stay safe.

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  • Operator13
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    Originally posted by Russian
    The militia are the Russian police. I believe Leninski is a district of Vladimir, Russia.
    thats rihght (please excuse my english)[/QUOTE]

    That's OK, your English is better than my Russian

    Welcome!

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  • Five-0fromSoCal
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    welcome from california

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  • oscarmitre
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    Zdravstruiyi - that's probably wrong, I'm going from memory. Anyway, "welcome" again.

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  • JohnKelly
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    Originally posted by Russian
    Hi to All! I`m an operative of militia department "Leninsky" of Vladimir (Russia). I live in Vladimir, graduate from Vladimir Law institute of the Russian interior in 2003.
    Originally posted by cimcop1
    What does that translate to in English?
    Hey cimcop1, how about, "Hello to All, I'm an operative of militia department "Leninsky" of Vlanimir (Russia). I live in Vladimir and I am a graduate from Vladimir Law Institute of the Russian Interior in 2003.

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  • oscarmitre
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    Welcome Russian - where - geographically - is your policing area?

    On edit:

    Is this it? http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vladimir,_Russia

    If so, it looks like a fascinating city.
    Last edited by oscarmitre; 11-20-2005, 04:56 AM.

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  • Russian
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    The militia are the Russian police. I believe Leninski is a district of Vladimir, Russia.[/QUOTE]

    thats rihght (please excuse my english)

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  • L-1
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    Originally posted by cimcop1
    What does that translate to in English?
    Dude, half of the inmates in Chino doesn't speak English. After all these years you should be multi-lingual. <GD&R>

    The militia are the Russian police. I believe Leninski is a district of Vladimir, Russia.

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  • L-1
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    Welcome to the board. You will meet officers from around the world here and have a chance to exchange ideas and throughts with them on law enforcement.

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  • cimcop1
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    What does that translate to in English?

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  • Russian
    started a topic Hi from Russia!

    Hi from Russia!

    Hi to All! I`m an operative of militia department "Leninsky" of Vladimir (Russia). I live in Vladimir, graduate from Vladimir Law institute of the Russian interior in 2003.

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