Kind of. Crown Vics are inexpensive to maintain pretty much because cop cars are the majority of them. So yards stock extra parts, and everybody knows how to strip a Crown Vic and rebuild it because of how regularly they get jacked up. But
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Yeah, various federal agency uniformed police are all over DC. Generally, the reason is that each federal agency has unique security requirements at their respective locations which require its own internal law enforcement agency to deal with it and answer directly to that respective
It is way lighter than a regular helmet. It also offers better protection and modularity. It also costs around 3500 dollars with accessories.
No, interested in other people with similar interests opinions? I’m really confused by the downvotes and the hostility. I’m ex-military, pro-police and a gun enthusiast. I’m not a wet blanket who thinks all cops are bastards. When it comes to current events where LEO’s
Balanced by having to look at the MDT. And you glance over to see that the LPR has misread the “CALL BEFORE YOU DIG” warning on a PG&E truck as a stolen plate out of Orinda.
But they won’t. So should we kill them? Or should the police use any civil means before resorting to murder? Don’t accept the job if you aren’t willing to die in the line of duty. Cops as a huge majority are corrupt and act
It’s the same as the Daily Mail being all over the new CT-SFO units that were deployed at Wembley for the England-France match. They keep going on about “THIS IS THE NEW FACE OF BRITISH POLICING, THEY’RE NOT BOBBIES, LOOK HOW MILITARIZED THEY ARE!!”
Clips are used to keep ammunition together and then eventually using it to load this ammunition into a firearm with an internal magazine. Magazines, or detachable magazines to be more precise are connected to the firearm and will be used to load ammunition straight
I’m late to this I know, but let me shed some light on this, from my perspective. I was there, I saw a lot of this. The people that they’re shown riding over presented a lot of shit about unmotivated violence etc. However they
It’s an interesting thing to note, many European patrol officers carry radios up on the chest area, the full handheld where you’ll never see that here in America. They’ve been making Motorola bricks for decades now and the cops keep buying them, probably due
>I see this as absolutely horrible as it could easily be used to spy on people without probable cause. >If a helicopter was floating just outside my window for a good view Considering the weight limitations/flight times, the chances of these devices having the
Considering every cop in Boston and he surrounding areas were on scene this is hardly part of an elite unit. I would be surprised it actual core member of Boston Swat with the exception of a few COs looked this rotund.
Well the IDF doesn’t wear camo and I wore OG/OD stuff in the British army. Olive green has traditionally been a colour worn by armies and not police. These guys are decked out in Cry Precision clothing worn almost exclusively by military personnel, in
Rather than ban pursuits I think police should be able to do more to stop the pursuit while it’s happening. At the moment in NSW police can’t even overtake the pursued vehicle without permission. I think more tactics should be allowed such as tactical
Because all registered demonstrations are protected. If they started waving swastikas or calling for genocide they would be arrested (if you could pick out the right ones), but if they stay within legal terrain (usually tiptoeing along the line) there’s nothing one can do.
I have no sympathy for these people. None. I’ve heard all the bullshit excuses for why them protesting a justified-use-of-force incident is ok and shouldn’t be criticized on that basis, e.g. “well you’re missing the point, it’s about the systemic abuse over the years,
What’s the gun? It almost looks like an [M3](http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/M3_submachine_gun) I don’t see anything on their [extensive webpage](http://www.lapdonline.org/lapd_equipment) for an SMG. I found a [higher-res version](http://cdn.tabnak.ir/files/fa/news/1392/8/1/301648_487.jpg) and it looks like an SMG with a rail-mounted forward grip.
The bloke is talking shit, all police officers are still wearing the Navy Blue drill pants and light blue shirts. But there are a lot more plain clothes about, or I’m just noticing them more these days.
You fucking minorities are the most racist people I’ve ever met. And yet you’re the first ones to cry “racism” blah blah blah. Im a minority myself and I don’t have a problem with law enforcement, you know why? Because I FUCKING FOLLOW THE
I like the look of this, but I still prefer the 11-15. At least the Interceptor version of the 16 looks good, cause the civilian version looks like garbage, they ruined it for me.
😀 Obviously this was a terrible time for my county but I love the scenery! I had no idea they had snipers out in the fields then!
I had a 95 fully loaded Bronco XLT, regularly maintained, with the rear seats taken out to save weight (about the only molested thing about it). That sucker GUZZLED! When gas was in the mid-upper four’s per gallon, filling it would come close to
If that’s the case then it’s a step backwards for NSW. I don’t want to believe you. The only VF I’ve seen being used by GD’s up here is the Evoke and I’ve just assumed the Highway cars were the V8s. Any chance of
The term *Sondereinsatzkommando* was a term which has been used officially in the Federal Republic of Germany. However, it is out of use now because a *Sondereinsatzkommando* was used in Nazi Germany for SS purposes. So now, when you want to show off your