This is a discussion on When to say police within the Defensive Carry & Tactical Training forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; I often work on shouting more obscure phrases at the range, just for fun. Things like "I'm a hemophiliac!" or "drop your pants!" or even ...
I often work on shouting more obscure phrases at the range, just for fun. Things like "I'm a hemophiliac!" or "drop your pants!" or even "don't touch that cat". Talk about people giving you weird looks.....
Wouldn't claim to be the Police though. And my profession isn't very intimidating. I suppose I could shout "Telecom Sales Rep, DROP IT!" but it just doesn't seem to carry the same weight.
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Yeah this part of Tx, I like to think if a bad guy has the drop on me and I scream Police, I wont be doing much other then bleeding but then again. In this area we have had break ins with bad guys yelling "Police" to gain entry to a house.
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I too would probably not impersonate a cop. I would be telling everyone to be calling the police so they do know I am not a threat.
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It doesn't require a badge or uniform to inpersonate an LEO. No way would I ever state "Police."
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