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angeredmgmt
angeredmgmt
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Last Activity: 06-15-2020, 08:11 PM
Joined: 10-02-2017
Location: Texas
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  • Even though I've received speeding citations in my earlier years where my speed was reduced by the officer, I never practiced that during my career. It wasn't to be hard on people, but it just wasn't done in my department as far as I know. Reading the above replies, I'm another one for wanting to...
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  • I had a buddy who went through the hiring process with me. He got the handshake and a "welcome the blah blah PD" after going through the oral interview and other processes. However, he didn't pass the color vision test. He was devastated, but he got a job shortly after in the Federal prison...
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  • angeredmgmt
    replied to Do not shop on etsy
    That’s absolutely right, we live in a free market, capitalist system...which means where you decide to shop or not means something - in a way it is voting with your money. I was taught long ago by my grandmother to “not trade” with people or businesses you don't agree with.

    I have...
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  • angeredmgmt
    replied to Do not shop on etsy
    https://californiaglobe.com/section-...urder-t-shirt/

    I haven’t personally checked, but Amazon reportedly has the above anti-Cops shirts. If so, I’m really thinking about discontinuing my membership with them.
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  • The left believe President Trump and the republican senate are racist entities, and that all of the 'racist' forces, LE being one of them, are controlled by them. IF the president is not reelected and the senate goes blue, I'm betting the rhetoric will greatly be toned down since their side is now...
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  • angeredmgmt
    replied to Careers after retirement?
    I really don't have a desire to get back into the workforce, but at the time I retired, I could have been a constable deputy in my county. My former partner retired shortly after me and became one. He does similar work of arresting for warrants as we did together, but he also does courtroom security...
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  • angeredmgmt
    replied to Who plans on leaving asap?
    There was a dark time in mid to late 2015 where LE was taking a big hit, but nothing at this level. Even so, the mental hit I was taking from that added to my physical problems led me to retiring the last day of that year. My goal was 30 years, but I just couldn't make it the last 3.5 years to the...
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  • I was never taught to have a detained person in my front seat as our Texas DPS does. Personally, I didn't want anyone in my front for my safety AND because I had a lot of my 'stuff' occupying the seat. I've had different iterations of equipment storage in my unit, but in the last few years in a patrol...
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  • Many police contacts are negative or under stressful situations - not the best atmosphere to make friends. Most people don't want it pointed out that they are breaking the law and still more don't want to be detained, let alone, be arrested. Because of this, it is a futile pursuit for law enforcement...
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  • EVERYONE should go on ride alongs so they can experience firsthand the freak show which is the endless parade of human debris officers deal with. Live PD and COPS give a taste of what it is like out there, but there is NOTHING like the real thing, baby!
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  • angeredmgmt
    replied to Yet another race topic
    This 'problem' is about as much of a problem as SNL's "violins on TV" which Weekend Update's news commentator, Emily Litella, ranted and raved about. The left's main tactic is to divide and conquer, and it has ALWAYS been that way. Booker T. Washington, who was born into slavery in the 18th...
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    Last edited by angeredmgmt; 06-05-2020, 03:12 AM.

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  • angeredmgmt
    replied to Volvo squad car?
    I haven't been to Aspen, Colorado in years, but the last times I have been there, they had marked Saabs. Back then, they would be running radar on the side of the road with a low profile light bar which looked like a ski rack - very sneaky! I think they even had some Volvos, themselves. There are...
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  • angeredmgmt
    replied to Part Time Police Academy
    Nothing wrong with going to a self-sponsored academy, but don't think you will get anything out of it other than a peace officer license. A peace officer license in Texas can get departments to look at you, but it is up to them 100% if they want to hire you and commission you as a peace officer....
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  • angeredmgmt
    replied to Suspects faking medical problems
    It was relatively common for the person I arrested claiming some type of ailment, but it wasn't an every day occurrence. If we got to the jail and the arrested person got rejected by the screening nurse, then I'd have to transport them to the county Hospital a few miles away. I would have to stay...
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  • angeredmgmt
    replied to Use of lethal force in television
    Having not watched the scene in question, but answering if an officer(if in Texas) is justified in using deadly force immediately after coming upon a person whose life is in apparent imminent danger...yes. If the officer believed the use of the deadly force was imminently necessary to stop the actor...
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  • angeredmgmt
    replied to Going from FF to Cop
    We had several FFs in my academy. They were all very experienced FFs before coming over, and their career path continued in the FD as fire marshals. I don't know if that is possible for you, but it may be something to look into.

    I too have color deficiency so that was an issue getting...
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  • angeredmgmt
    replied to Blackhawk holsters
    Serpas aren't perfect, but I began to prefer them over other holsters I've carried over the years. They became the standard holster in my agency with the new guys/gals, so I went to them for uniformed duty when I got a new duty weapon. I currently have a non-duty use serpa holster for my G43, but I'm...
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