That's a shame, I know a family friend who said their kid called the cops on his parents because they took the PlayStation away, the cop who responded told the parents they should discipline the kid for wasting their time and had a chat with the little brat.Hell, now days that'll get the cops and CPS called on you. No discipline anymore.
That's the thing I'm not surprised, I used to have fist fights with my brother but I never ever called the cops on him or my parents calling the cops. It was just boys being boys. We kept all our problems in house and dealt with them. It's actually embrassing when I think about it, like calling the cops because my brother won't let me watch TV or something. That's a parents job, not a cops job.You might be surprised how often it happens. I've heard it multiple times.
My wife works in the Bronx. I was dropping her off to work one day and I brought my radio with me just to listen. The amount of child EDP calls in the morning around time to go to school was insane. This was just monitoring the Bronx....Swatting has been an issue for the last 10 years, however it doesn't seem to be a problem in NYC compared to other cities and states.
It seems like these "child EDP" calls are coming in very often when it's just a snotty kid being a brat and poor parenting. I mean what kind of parent calls the cops on their kids because they won't go to school, the good ole days when parents used to whip out the belt are long gone.
It's Ebonics, but seriously she's saying "Arrive Alive" part of the NYPD arrive alive program which mandates dispatchers to say it when officers are responding to a priority incident.What's the dispatcher saying at the 5-second mark? Rah-vuh-lahv? She says it again at 39 seconds.
Yup, that message is apart of the arrive alive program. I believe dispatchers are supposed to say it atleast once during every rotation but now they have other messages that need to be read out so they read them at random now. Usually you'll hear it refered as "message of the day"Fascinating! Thanks
Does that have anything to do with when dispatchers warn that intersections are threats, protect yourself and others, etc.?