"with or without flash"

Status
Not open for further replies.

arpege

Member
Joined
Aug 22, 2006
Messages
14
Location
philly
Probably a silly question, but here goes...
I keep hearing the term "with or without flash" in a lot of the police calls...Is that in reference to a gun being fired??
thanks,
arpege
 

mciupa

Member
Moderator
Joined
Nov 5, 2002
Messages
7,271
arpege said:
Probably a silly question, but here goes...
I keep hearing the term "with or without flash" in a lot of the police calls...Is that in reference to a gun being fired??
thanks,
arpege
Could it be in reference to the light bar on the squad car roof ? :confused:
As in , what sort of response is warranted .
Other than that , I'm thinking a crime scene where evidence is being photographed .
Is this a common term , heard daily ?
 

arpege

Member
Joined
Aug 22, 2006
Messages
14
Location
philly
yes.. Daily..
I think that you might be right about the light bar. Arriving on the scene without lights or siren..
 
Status
Not open for further replies.
Top