Sorry,Then you are probably not in law enforcement, at least not full time. It's an officer safety issue not to mention how unprofessional it sounds.
Yeah, like sig 37... sig 38 does any good.Then you are probably not in law enforcement, at least not full time. It's an officer safety issue not to mention how unprofessional it sounds.
Not sure I understand. I spend quite a lot of time in Knox County and worked there for a few years, so been there, done that.Sorry,
there are places in Indiana south of 465.
I do it every day, and while I could live without them, I'd much rather have them, and much rather not be told that I'm not allowed to use them, especially because of a suggestion from a totally incompetent federal agency such as FEMA.Those of us that do this every day do not miss 10-codes.
I'm sure the EMA clowns, Cloud Cops, and Hammies sound professional, right. I've heard DOHS many times sound like a bunch of truckers. If you aren't in law enforcement, then go jump, because it's a line of work you know NOTHING about. How about the methheads, parolees, dealers, etc who have welfare $$$ to burn and purchase those wonderful digital scanners that were supposed to be so hard to get? I've pulled two out of two seperate meth operations in the last year. They do listen. Yes the codes and signals are available and easily deciphered, but not all have figured them out.
You both have the classic FEMA mentality.
Not sure I understand. I spend quite a lot of time in Knox County and worked there for a few years, so been there, done that.
Your flashy Federal seal gave you away, I would like to know, however, what classes you teach and why since I graduated from Vincennes University, I'm not familiar with you?
Your FEMA mentality of "We know what is best because we control the money" does not work with me, nor many other full time law enforcement officers.