I didn't know about the EBR connection. I don't think NOLA (New Orleans for those of you who don't know) has anything to do with it. This is apparently the Jefferson Parish SO. Since I grew up in JP, this is going to be interesting to me and since Lindsay is also from the area (originally) I'm going to get his attention on this thread. I have already got the DVR programmed for it. BTW, that is Sheriff Lee, I think you were referring to and he also had nothing to do with New Orleans.He was a reserve for east baton rouge too, until he was asked to give up his commision due to family disturbance calls..
that dang mayor for Nola was giving away badges before he died.. chin or whoever he was..
Um, where would that be? I know of no portion of New Orleans that is not in Orleans Parish. Part of the Crescent City Connection (the bridge across the Mississippi River) goes across Jefferson Parish, but it lands in Orleans Parish on both sides.The only thing that has to do with NOLA is the part of NOLA that is IN JP.. ...
For those of you not from LA the codes they are using like 95G or 107 are all based on to the revised LA State Statutes. 95 deals with weapons, the G means gun of course. 107 is a suspicious person, 62 is a theft, etc. As for the folks riding around with him, I don't know about everyone but both John Fortunato and Alex Norman are both active and commanders of the Public Relations and Community Relations (respectively) divisions. As for the vehicles, I don't know, but I did note that one of them (at least on the first show) had no plates on it.well the show has been the source of alot of humor in our unit, we all watched it and it reminds me of our CSU (Crime Suppression Unit) riding aornd in uniform in rough areas looking for things to get out on. If your in law enforcement and watch it closely you ill see that theyr call-jumping theyr monitoring radio for things they are close too and they go to it etc. Recently they got out with some guys that were "sitting in a car drinking" they took a "95G" which is apparently JP's radio code got a gun because they were all saying "95G" anyway they put the gun on the roof of the car not 3 feet from the guy he had taken it from?
I do enjoy hearing the Lousiana accents from those guys, in one episode when they rolled up on the car-jacking suspect guy he was on the ground and appeared detained and Seagal runs up and tries to take over ...that was pretty bad.
All those guys riding with them are reserves officers thats why theyve all got rank and riding around with him. I wonder if Seagal bought the SUVs or if A&E provides them also it appears that they are talking strictly to theyr group apparently the reserve has its on TAC chan.
I figure its only a matter of time before Saturday Night Live does spoof on it......