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How to Tell Where a Cop Works (Part 2)

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K-9 Units


  • Become sadistic.

  • Show pictures of your latest and best dog bite.

  • Brag about your largest drug find.

  • Smell like a dog.

  • Starts to look like your dog

  • Workout 3 times a day.

  • Show off your bruises and bites, even when it is on your ass.

Administrative Units


  • Three-hour lunches every day, tell everybody it's a "meeting."

  • Upgrade department cell phone every month.

  • Tell everybody you are published in a national law enforcement magazine.

  • Has an awesome pen set

  • Update your revenge list on a weekly basis.

  • Expert at PowerPoint, bar charts and graphs

  • Golf Rules! Play LOTS of golf.


My signature? You couldn't read my chicken scratch so I don't need no sig..

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 Guys getting ready to retire:


  • At a certain point, refer to themselves as 'single-digit-midgets'.

  • Start giving away stuff but not their good gear.

  • Give the appearance of needing a haircut.... badly.

  • Are generally the last one to get to a hot call.

  • Show you pictures of themselves taken on old Polaroid instant film

  • Discover they have hundreds of dollars in coins from their 'rat hold' savings in their lockers.

  • Locate in that same locker speed loaders containing green ammo.

 


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 Motor Cops 


Write tickets to EVERYONE.


Spend every weekend cleaning your bike and polishing boots


Annoy everyone on the radio calling out your stops.


Talk about nothing but how many tickets you wrote in one day.


Ride by a building with big windows to see your reflection.


Golf is lame, motor rodeos are cool.


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Lunch usually consists of graphic shop talk and pictures from the most memorable cases.  My better half is a Medicolegal Investigator for our ME's Office and so when we get to work a case together our dinner table conversations are usually not a normal family conversation.  The kids love the stories too...

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 There are many others but I can't seem to post them....


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Patrol Sergeant


  • Remembers very well "how we usta do it."

  • Always willing to tell his officers the above.

  • Tries to fit the word "liability" in to every sentence.

  • Talks about "what he's hearing from upstairs."

  • Doesn't like to get out of the car.

  • Will drive over sidewalks and across grass if it allows him to stay in the car while being briefed by the POs when he's needed at a call.


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I love these!  Keep 'em coming!!!


Aim at the high mark and you will hit it. No, not the first time, not the second time and maybe not the third. But keep on aiming and keep on shooting for only practice will make you perfect. Finally you'll hit the bull's-eye of success.

— Annie Oakley , Annie Oakley exhibit at the National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame in Fort Worth, Texas