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09-26-11, 09:58 PM #1
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09-26-11, 11:02 PM #2
First off, good god I hope that blob in uniform sits behind a desk and is never counted on to have another officers back in a fight.
Secondly, I do think we have some areas in the city where this might work. Probably wouldn't work where I live as the sheriff's office is one of the most extreme cases of being understaffed that I've seen, and we're pretty rural.The world would be much cleaner if blind people carried brooms instead of sticks.
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10-03-11, 06:06 AM #3The reason they do psych evalsVerified LEO
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I'm guessing the large woman is a CSI.
I can't say that I like the look of this program much. I wouldn't want a designated voice of reason riding along with me, because the presence implies that there was a need. The police are perfectly capable of talking to other members of their community directly. I can see a benefit to having a relationship with community members on a larger scale, but I can't see what they would have to contribute in terms of showing up on calls.
I'm perfectly capable of deescalating tense situations without some clergyman trying to do it for me.
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