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ateamer
ateamer
Salty Dog
Last Activity: Yesterday, 10:44 PM
Joined: 08-10-2000
Location: Florida - formerly California Central Coast
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  • ateamer
    replied to Drinking cold coffee after a run?
    Just work out, run, eat sensibly and stay hydrated. Unless you’re an high-level competitive athlete, you don’t need to be so precise. Don’t overthink it....
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  • ateamer
    replied to Golden Gate Bridge Patrol
    I was a security guard before becoming a deputy. If I was doing it all over again, I’d get a job in sales (probably selling cars) to develop the gift of gab, to get people to want to do things your way.
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  • Back when I went through the academy, we didn’t need them. The department housed its recruits near the academy. My group got put up in a nice house in a regular middle-class neighborhood five minutes from the academy.

    It was great. Every evening we had group study sessions which helped...
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  • If you were an Explorer just two years ago, how the hell are you a reserve now? And an FTO at that? So you’re a fulltime peace officer, off probation, and have been to FTO school?
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  • ateamer
    replied to Ride along possible?
    There are no Soviet agencies....
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  • ateamer
    replied to Ride along possible?
    I once had a ridealong who was a British constable (Nottinghamshire), and one of our sergeants had a police chief from somewhere in Africa. Both had met people from our department via the International Police Association.

    A PD in our area hosted a couple British constables who partnered...
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  • ateamer
    replied to Are all law enforcement officers cops?
    The word “cop” comes from the Latin word “capere”, to capture or seize. The use of the word “cop” meaning to grab something or someone predates the London constables and NYPD. The word was adapted to refer to a LEO because that’s what cops do - they capture people.
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  • ateamer
    replied to SWAT Tryout
    If you haven’t been talking with the guys on your department’s team for the last year and picking their brains, you’re way behind the 8 ball.
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