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05-14-06, 04:17 AM #1
what do other officers/deputys/troopers call there citation, i have heard many names and would like to hear more.
05-14-06, 05:12 AM #2
When I rolled with the Sheriff's Dept. here in LA County they were calling them "Duckets".
05-14-06, 08:10 AM #3
My boyfriend worked for a department and his Sgt, now LT, always called them coupons and from then on he has called the citations coupons since and it drives me nuts
05-14-06, 08:24 AM #4FishTail Guest
You mean those pieces of paper you hand out to people for violations?
I call them FPNs (Fixed Penalty Notice) for traffic or PNDs (Penalty Notice for Disorder) for anything else we can use them for.
05-14-06, 08:44 AM #5
I call them Citations.Being the best is not what always counts. What counts is always trying your best.
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05-14-06, 09:14 AM #6
call them tags here.MANNNNN.... YOU MUST BE FAST, BECAUSE I WAS HAULIN ASS WHEN I PASSED YOU!
05-14-06, 09:21 AM #7
We also call them tags where I am. I think that is pretty common througout Minnesota. I used to work in North Dakota, too, and I can't remember what we called them out there.
05-14-06, 09:57 AM #8
Summons, Ticket, or Citation. VERY rarely some will refer to them as a GS&C (General Summons and Complaint)"If anything worthwhile comes of this tragedy, it should be the realization by every citizen that often the only thing that stands between them and losing everything they hold dear... is the man wearing a badge." -- Ronald Reagan, in the wake of the deaths of 4 CHP troopers in the Newhall Incident, 1970
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05-14-06, 10:04 AM #9
The chief and the other officer here call them tickets, I call them citations. However after a clearing a vehicle stop. Myself and 2 of the deputys tell the dispather that we just singed up another one if we cite.Just because your sign off after you're shift is done, doesn't mean that it's over and put blinders on. You're a cop 24/7 wether you like it or not. If thats something you can't handle, you should find a new line of work!
05-14-06, 10:04 AM #10
if shes cute, i suppose you could call it a date reminderMANNNNN.... YOU MUST BE FAST, BECAUSE I WAS HAULIN ASS WHEN I PASSED YOU!
05-14-06, 10:17 AM #11
When I was getting them, I called them "tickets." Now that I'm giving them, I call them "citations." Those I give them to call them "Butt-wipe" among other things."Nothing says guilty like a high-priced lawyer."
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05-14-06, 10:37 AM #12
We call the summons here but refer to writing them as "Im gonna go out and stroke a few""And don't go home, and don't go to eat, and don't play with yourself. It wouldn't look nice on my highway", Buford T. Justice
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05-14-06, 01:08 PM #13
Just among the guys (and gals), we "hang paper" on every contact. No verbal warnings allowed, gotta write them a citation, write a written warning, or make an arrest. If we determine there was no crime committed, we have to fill out a "3x5" for records...a 3" by 5" piece of paper with all the details of the contact. Officially, we tell the dispatcher on the radio we either "cited them for......" or "warned them for...." or "no action".......................
05-14-06, 01:44 PM #14
you work for one of THOSE depts. i heard about those. i thought that i had a crap load of paperwork.MANNNNN.... YOU MUST BE FAST, BECAUSE I WAS HAULIN ASS WHEN I PASSED YOU!
05-14-06, 01:47 PM #15
We call them "Skins", "Pinches", "Whacks".
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05-14-06, 01:59 PM #16Originally Posted by zpd307
05-14-06, 02:38 PM #17GM7203 Guest
Most truckers call them "Safe Driving Awards".
05-14-06, 03:02 PM #18Originally Posted by GM7203MANNNNN.... YOU MUST BE FAST, BECAUSE I WAS HAULIN ASS WHEN I PASSED YOU!
05-14-06, 03:29 PM #19
I call them C-Notes."We're surrounded. That simplifies the problem."
Lewis B. "Chesty" Puller, USMC
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- Sun Tzu, the Art of War
05-14-06, 04:47 PM #20Originally Posted by nitestokker
1) A hand-written report
2) A perfectly-drawn diagram to approximate scale, especially if any vehicle was involved (even parking lot scrapes) - She had to use drafting templates. During my ride-along we had 3 hit & runs in parking lots, and she took a total of nearly 2 hours to do diagrams. These were very minor fender-benders and paint scrapes, with no injuries, no suspects
3) A typed report on her MDT (the handwritten one was still required).
4) A voice-recorded report on her tape recorder - She said it will be re-typed by a stenographer. I asked her why they couldn't use the one she typed into her MDT, and she said it was because the systems didn't talk to each other
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