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  • Charger
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    Ahh yes, the good ol' days of patrolling on a golf cart... I feel your pain..

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  • Craig S
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    This is our Cadillac...we only use it for relieving each other or responding to a call.


    My partner and I showing off the Cadillac...I'm on the back.

    Sorry for the scanned pics.

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  • sgtnewby
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    Originally posted by Badge714 View Post
    That particular truck is used on mining company property. The officers there perform speed enforcement on the mining roads using radar. Also, they perform fire dept and EMS functions at the mines and use the lights for runs.
    Aaaaaaaaaahhhhhhhhhhh..................... Ok

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  • Badge714
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    Originally posted by sgtnewby View Post
    How do you get away with having red and blue lightbars?
    That particular truck is used on mining company property. The officers there perform speed enforcement on the mining roads using radar. Also, they perform fire dept and EMS functions at the mines and use the lights for runs.

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  • sgtnewby
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    Originally posted by Badge714 View Post
    We just bought 3 more of these:
    How do you get away with having red and blue lightbars?

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  • Badge714
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    We just bought 3 more of these:
    Attached Files

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  • sgtnewby
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    Originally posted by badge212 View Post
    For us it's just baton, handcuffs and training for now. All our officers are commissioned but are not allowed to carry firearms. We are transitioning into an armed department next year it's just a budgetary & clientele matter. Most of guys are prior le or military le. Two are reserve peace officers as well.. go figure.

    As for the K9 I cannot think of any in the area but I'll ask, I would think some of the departments in Houston or Dallas would probably have it.
    I've been researching the hospital security k9 thing for 3 years, our hospital is amzingly taking a serious look at it. We have a hospital k9 team from Michigan coming down here for a week sometime soon but the wheels turn very slow around here. I have found 31 hoapitals across the country that have them but I have heard rumors that there are some hospitals in Nevada and Texas with k9's. I just haven't found them yet.

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  • badge212
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    For us it's just baton, handcuffs and training for now. All our officers are commissioned but are not allowed to carry firearms. We are transitioning into an armed department next year it's just a budgetary & clientele matter. Most of guys are prior le or military le. Two are reserve peace officers as well.. go figure.

    As for the K9 I cannot think of any in the area but I'll ask, I would think some of the departments in Houston or Dallas would probably have it.

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  • sgtnewby
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    Originally posted by badge212 View Post

    Sorry the picture isn't all that great just thought i'd share . . .
    That's pretty cool, I wish we could get a 4x4 for our hospital. It would come in handy for those days of 3 feet of snow on the roads...

    Question for ya 212, what do you folks carry for defensive tools at your hospital? And, have you heard of any hospital security departments in TX that have k9?

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  • badge212
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    Sorry the picture isn't all that great just thought i'd share . . .
    We've got two of these and since I took these photos we've added our spotlights and headache racks
    Last edited by badge212; 10-17-2007, 11:31 PM.

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  • HotelSecurity
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    Originally posted by bigdog View Post
    SOrry i forget to put refuse. the question was has LE ever refused to arrest someone you detained cause your not LE?
    New Years Eve in downtown Montreal is a zoo. The police are so busy they go to the call, break up the fight & move on. The record the names of the people involved. If you want someone arrested you have to go the next day to a police station & file a report. (Unless it is a major crime).

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  • Hank1
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    Originally posted by bigdog View Post
    SOrry i forget to put refuse. the question was has LE ever refused to arrest someone you detained cause your not LE?
    No sir! Everyone I have detained for violent crimes has been arrested. I have copies of subpoenas to prove it! LOL!

    Be Safe,

    Hank

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  • Andy Taylor
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    The laws in different states are interesting. Here in CA we can not detain but we can arrest. (Except for shoplifting) It used to be that an LE officer was guilty of a misdemeanor if he/she refused to take a citizen's arrest. Unfortunately that was changed a few years ago, although I am not aware of any GOOD arrests that have been refused.

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  • bigdog
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    Originally posted by Hank1 View Post
    Dog...
    I can honestly say I have never heard that first hand.
    SOrry i forget to put refuse. the question was has LE ever refused to arrest someone you detained cause your not LE?

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  • Hank1
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    Originally posted by bigdog View Post
    One that note, Hank have you ever had a law enforcement agency to arrest a person you detained because "you are not a cop and cant arrest people"?
    Dog...
    I can honestly say I have never heard that first hand.

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