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  • airtight security officer
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    HUA- head up @$$
    UTL- unable to locate
    415fgt- fight

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  • flashlightcop509
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    Not really an acronym or abbr., but...

    10-200 Drop dead gorgeous female

    Of all people, it was a kiosk operator in my mall that pointed this out to me, he had used it with other Officers before my arrival; Apparently, he didn't know I was unaware of this particular code and one day said to me "10-200!", and I was like, "Huh? WTF?"

    Until he explained it to me...

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  • Chucky
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    Originally posted by N. A. Corbier View Post
    Is someone starting to see my real motive here?
    Does it have anything to do with a post several months ago when you replied that it has been a long time since you have seen so many acronyms used and was very impressed with the posters knowledge of so many. And now you intend to write a post made up of as many acronyms as possible to see if anyone can decipher it??

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    Originally posted by N. A. Corbier View Post
    Is someone starting to see my real motive here?
    Yeah, it was dark and I was drunk, but now I understand.

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  • ValleyOne
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    Some of ours have a contextual meaning... As in it depends on the context they are used in...

    RP - Reporting Party OR Responsible Party

    IR - Incident Report

    AR - Alarm Reort

    DAR - Daily Activity Report

    DK - Drunk or...

    HBD - Has Been Drinking

    ETOH - Alcohol-As in "Medics are on scene [of the accident] and they advise ETOH is involved" (ETOH actualy means Alcohol-look it up)

    RTF - Report To Follow

    CT - Criminal Trespass Notice

    Verbal CT - Same as ^^^ just verbally advised not given a written notice

    MVA - Motor Vehicle Accident

    LOL - Vacation/time off or pay increase request form

    UTL - Unable To Locate

    MIP - Minor In Possesion

    X (not Xray) Is usually a Female, but in this County it's a SO Supervisor,,, Cpl and above.

    POS - Piece Of Sh*t usualy referring to a vehicle ("'89 Buick 4dr blue POS")

    OP - Observation Point. As in "I will set up OP at 5th and Dean to see if the vehicle drives by."

    EDP - Emotionally Disturbed Person (Mental)

    CLR - Clear/available...

    Code 4 - Situation is under control / No further assitance needed. I worked for one company that discovered a LOT of bad guys knew what Code 4 meant, so they did it backwards they had a ten code, and anything other than the CORRECT phrase ("No, I'm good." or something like that) would bring the cavalry racing.

    County over here uses a Code 4A (adam) - I'm OK for now, keep coming non-emergent.

    That's about all I can think of for now...

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  • bpdblue
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    Mr CORBIER, to answer your question, if this were 4th grade, I'd be raising my hand, answering, "I do, I do."

    And the answer I'd be giving is that there are so many acronyms, used by so many different groups that have given their own meaning to the acronyms, that there maybe several different meanings to every one used. In other words, you may have your meaning for D.O.B., but to me it means Date of Birth. I use D.O.A. for Dead on Arrival. Does it mean something else to YOU.

    Therefore, the obvious answer is never to use the initials of words in your posts and expect someone else to know what the heck you are talking about.

    Just spell out the whole word and maybe we all can understand what your saying.

    Do I get a passing grade on my answer?

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  • Aussie-SO
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    PE - Peaceful Ejection
    FE - Forcible Ejection
    IR - Incident Report
    DI - Detected Incident
    SR - Staff Report
    SNR - Service Not Required
    UB - Unacceptable Behaviour
    IP - Intoxicated Person
    T - Trespass
    A - Arrest
    SD - Self Defence
    NK - Not Known
    ID - Identification
    IW - Independent Witness
    PA - Police Attended
    PN - Police Notified
    NF - No Force
    NI - No Injuries
    ND - No Damage

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  • N. A. Corbier
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    Originally posted by OccamsRazor View Post
    Another example of why this thread is a GREAT idea:...
    Is someone starting to see my real motive here?

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    Another example of why this thread is a GREAT idea:

    Originally posted by UtahProtectionForce View Post
    PI - Positive Identifaction
    ACT - arrest control technique
    5150 (used in california) - mental subject
    FIR - Fatal Incident Report
    FIC - Field Interview Card
    OFC - Officer
    CCR - Community Contract Rules (apt security)
    GH - Guard House
    TX- transmission
    RX - Reception
    POA - Powers of Arrest
    PI- Private Investigator
    ACT- Advanced Certification Training (Securitas thing)
    5150- Van Halen album (Or was that Van Hagar?)
    FIR- Field Interview Report (Used in Seattle)
    OFC- Office
    CCR- Central Contractor Registration (Used by the Department of Defense)
    GH- General Hospital (used on TV)
    TX- Texas
    RX- Prescription
    POA- Point of Access

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  • Chucky
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    SP - Suspicious Person or persons followed by location and ID.

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  • UtahProtectionForce
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    PI - Positive Identifaction
    ACT - arrest control technique
    5150 (used in california) - mental subject
    FIR - Fatal Incident Report
    FIC - Field Interview Card
    OFC - Officer
    CCR - Community Contract Rules (apt security)
    GH - Guard House
    TX- transmission
    RX - Reception
    POA - Powers of Arrest

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  • Mr. Chaple
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    P.I. - Professional/Private Investigator
    P.C.I. - Professional Certified Investigator
    P.S.P. - Physical Security Professional
    TX - Phone Call
    F.N.G. - ..........
    D.T. - Defensive Tactics
    S.A.R. - Shift Activity Report
    I.R. - Incident Report
    To.Co. - Tour Confirmation

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  • Guest's Avatar
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    Originally posted by ValleyOne View Post
    I kinda like "Urban Outdoorsman" myself...
    PDA- Person(s) of Dubious Address.

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  • ValleyOne
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    Originally posted by Badge714 View Post
    HLP = Homeless Person (being politically incorrect, I still use BUM!)
    I kinda like "Urban Outdoorsman" myself...

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  • Badge714
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    GFC = Guard First Class
    OFC = Officer First Class
    PC = Post Commander
    FO = Field Officer
    DK = Drunk
    POS = Piece of sh!t
    HO = Prostitute
    HLP = Homeless Person (being politically incorrect, I still use BUM!)

    Last edited by Badge714; 11-15-2007, 10:45 AM.

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