Gun? Gun? Where is my Gun?

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    Red face Gun? Gun? Where is my Gun?

    http://www.komonews.com/news/local/115907204.html
    This officer is going to be the butt of a lot of razzing and jokes.
    Also how long did it take her to notice that it was missing?

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    Looks like the detective has a another case to solve. Please, no guessing hair color.
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    If I ever call 911 PLEASE do not send her to help me.................

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    I've seen that happen a couple times, though not in a restroom. The times I saw it was guys who had put their weapon in a locker, so as to book a suspect when an assiatance call cam out. They left their prisoner to the custody of the jailor and ran to their unit to respond to the assistance call. The problem was usually resolved, temporarly by their or their partners BUG, until they could retrieve their duty weapon.

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    If we lost our gun when I was active, we were fired, it was that simple.
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    I love the understatement "Hastings says the detective is extremely disappointed.".

    Really

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hiram25 View Post
    If we lost our gun when I was active, we were fired, it was that simple.
    As it should be. God knows where that G-22 is and who has it and when will it be used and how will it be used. Some of the "new breed" of LEO's leaves a bit to be desired at times.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hiram25 View Post
    If we lost our gun when I was active, we were fired, it was that simple.

    Why does it always seem like it's the affirmitive action or fresh out of college LEO's that we always read about lossing there weapons? I just have to shake my head when a para-military organization puts more weight on a college degree, color or sex than real world shtf experience.

    As for the detective in the op, I hope she has already set up her next job because I think that feeling she has on her gut is her career going down the drain.
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    Oregon State Police Lt. Gregg Hastings says the Glock Model 22 semiautomatic in a holster is listed as lost or stolen in Oregon's Law Enforcement Data System.
    Well, at least it's safely holstered.
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