Carrying out of State

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    I Respect LEO's who respect the law

    Quote: "It's called brotherhood. No matter what state you're a Cop, FF, or EMS.
    You show me a shield, and I show you love. That's how NYPD works."
    That kind of blind "brotherhood" is one reason some departments have problems.

    It's a shame you don't believe that NYPD, EMS, etc. should obey the law they're sworn to uphold. I looked and found no news reports of convoys being escorted or stopped on the way TO the gulf coast. The ones I found weree of Passaic and NYPD vehicles being stopped by, and some drivers REFUSING to stop for, a deputy sheriff along I-81 in Virginia.

    “Clocked at 95 MPH in the 65 MPH zone, the convoy of about a dozen vehicles was asked to pull over by Augusta County, Virginia Sheriff's Deputy Michael Roane. Six of the New Jersey police sped away without stopping.

    Under Virginia law, it is illegal to operate emergency lights when there is no emergency. Moreover, driving 80 MPH on any highway is considered reckless driving and carries a sentence of 12 months in jail, a $2500 fine, a six-month license suspension and possible car confiscation (VA code § 46.2-862).” http://www.thenewspaper.com/news/06/681.asp


    I live in Virginia, though I was born in Queens, NY. I expect to be stopped if I disregard the law here or anywhere else. One of your posts spoke of officers returning home after two weeks in field conditions – boo hoo! I spent a career in the Air Force and about eleven years of that overseas for between two and four YEARS per tour and many others in service had it much worse than I. If your local officers stopped me because I was speeding in a hurry to get home after four years away they'd expect me to grow up, pay the ticket, and obey the law. I expect the same of them and they should stop whining about being caught doing something wrong; they start to sound like politicians!

    I respect LEO's who don't believe they're above the law; those that feel they're better than the rest of us should have their badges taken away.
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    Just a gentle reminder to all, of my Post #4 - make points and opinions but keep it cool
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    First of all ATV, if in fact you are a LEO you must know that you're covered under HR 218 aka LEOSA. If you have your paperwork you CANNOT be hassled by any LEO for simply carrying. Secondly, if the incident you refer to is the one where the NJ officers were really shinging their backsides while enroute home you really must know they were really out of line. The LAST thing one does is to compromise another officer, endanger the public, and for Gods sake one surely woulden't advertise who they are using marked vehicles.

    FYI I speak from experience, the Va. Officers were right, frankly I'd have written tickets till my hands cramped. FYI I am a retired 30 plus year LEO/CLEO....If I received a report of such activity by my folks the price would be a LOT higher than the cost of those tickets.

    Those Virginians were and are right!!!

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    You guys mean to tell me that you would summons an Officer, in the line of duty?
    It's not like they were in civilian clothes and personal vehicles. These were P.O.'s and FDNY FF's and EMT's in uniform and in dept. vehicle rendering aid to the vic's of Katrina.
    I cannot believe I'm reading this! OMG!
    I can understand if I go to your city and I blow the light or stop sign or even speeding at that, but never in the LOD. Never.
    What do you guys do when a bus is rushing a patient to the nearest trauma center and it happens to be in the next town? Would you pull them over and give them a summons?
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    Sorry guy's, but this is the wrong site for me. I thought this site was about a common cause and brotherhood?
    It just seems like you guys can't wait to write another cop from an out of state agency. Maybe even try to jam them up?
    Later.

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    Folks - we have some severe polarization here and I am not going to promote any further potential flame fanning by leaving this open. I won't take sides either.

    Sorry to see such a rift develop. Closed - for now at least.
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    I will add that everyone involved in this heated discussion make note of this. Let this spread to another thread or continue to disregard the appeals of a moderator in this forum and I will personally ban you from the site permanently. If you want to disagree, do it with civility or take it somewhere else.....
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