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about 3 years ago
I think it is best to put tattoos where they can be covered up.
My department just made it that if the tattoos can be seen on the fore arms, then you have to wear a long sleve shirt year round (with tie).
To hot for that. Besides it does not look professional. It's looks like they spent time in prison. Arms, neck and face. When do we draw the line
Love to look at them but it's not for me.
Love the ink!
I need to get a picture of my tattoo sent in for part two. Mine was almost a 10 years in the making
I'm sorry, but I never saw an appropriate tattoo on a cop. Looks unprofessional in a uniform. If you can't see them fine, but anywhere else reminds of a prison population get together.
Here in Montgomery Alabama NO VISIBLE TATTOOS are aloud .They will FIRE you for it(very unconstitutional)I thank! You surly would not get hired.
Robocop - It's been a labor of love! It takes longer than you'd think to sift through the thousands of photos on this site to fine LE tattoos! I'm definitely hoping to get a second one out quickly
I love widowofacop's tat the best. It rather chokes me up.
Cool tats people!
Wow, 5 hours and almost 10,000 views! How long has this been in the making? Where the hell was I at? Love it.
I like ALL the TATS displayed...some were awesome, some were inspiring, some were just freakin cool!
I guess alot of these folks will not be going UC. Just like we make book on the perps, intelligence says they make book on us including tats, scars and other markings.
Great ink all the way across the board.
I love PoliceLink Member's Stout517 tattoo, it not only pertains to police officers but to firefighters and service members. Those words alone have so much meaning!
I get the idea. But totally disagree with the display locations on some. Might regret that someday in the future and I dont mean due to age and skin condition either. Of course I am prejudiced against tattoos to begin with. I dont disagree with some who want such. But on a professional, absolutely not. Sorry I wouldnt want a physician or surgeon walking in to my O.R. getting ready to operate, with a flagrant tattoo of a scalpel and a bone saw emblazoned on their body. Or perhaps a Coroner who tries to change specialization areas? Same difference. And before I get flamed, I realize the intent really I do. Just dont agree especially those who try to be "cute".
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