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    What do you carry in your patrol bag?

    I saw a thread regarding what you carry on your duty belt. I want to know what you carry in your patrol bag. I carry the following:

    black pens
    Yellow highlighter
    Pencil
    Thick marker
    Extra fine “Sharpie”
    Correction tape or white out
    12” ruler, either wood or plastic (metal does not photograph well)
    Sidewalk chalk or lumber crayon, white or yellow
    3” binder with at least 20 dividers, for PnPs
    Steno pad, 5”x8”
    Traffic collision template
    Lettering guide
    Citations
    Posse box
    Stapler
    single hole punch
    Antibacterial wipes
    Hand sanitizer
    Rubber gloves
    Back up flashlight, c or d cell with spare batteries
    Pen light, with spare batteries
    Chargers, for electronic items you carry
    Various sizes of zip lock bags, paper bags
    Binoculars
    Insect repellant, Sun screen, aspirin, anti-diarrhea, antacid
    Ca. Vehicle Code, Ca. Penal code, UCM; quick codes or full text
    Whistle
    Zip ties
    Gun shot kit


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    Passenger seat bag:
    Citations (issued, rarely used)
    Report forms (issued, used too much)
    Hog tie x3 (2 just issued, one of them is mine)
    Leg cuffs
    Steno notebooks
    Clip board
    Taser X26 (issued)


    Passenger floorboard:
    Magazine pouch (4x30 rifle mags, 2x15 Glock mags, clips onto my duty belt when needed)
    Backpack:
    Compass
    GSW kit
    2x liters water
    Food ration
    Toilet paper

    Rear compartment:
    Ballistic helmet
    Goggles
    Ear protection
    Rain jacket
    Uniform jacket
    Digital camera (issued)
    GPS (handheld, issued)
    Less lethal shotgun
    Evidence kit:
    Crime scene tape
    Various bags
    Latex gloves
    Finger print kit

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    4 Black pens
    2 Blue pens
    Clipboard w/forms,statements,cheat sheet on codes
    Binoculars
    stinger and charger
    night vision monocular
    extra uniform tie (since mine gets "left" at home and in case I see the boss coming during long sleeve season)
    trauma shears
    2 water bottles
    spare rubber gloves
    note pads
    box of ammo
    3 empty chew cans
    fake dog poop
    spare change
    empty envelope
    check I need to cash
    misc receipts
    county map
    digital pocket recorder w/usb cable
    batteries
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pudge113 View Post
    4 Black pens
    2 Blue pens
    Clipboard w/forms,statements,cheat sheet on codes
    Binoculars
    stinger and charger
    night vision monocular
    extra uniform tie (since mine gets "left" at home and in case I see the boss coming during long sleeve season)
    trauma shears
    2 water bottles
    spare rubber gloves
    note pads
    box of ammo
    3 empty chew cans
    fake dog poop

    spare change
    empty envelope
    check I need to cash
    misc receipts
    county map
    digital pocket recorder w/usb cable
    batteries
    OK gotta ask why those two, the chew cans I can assume to hold stuff in but why the fake dog poo.
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    Actually, the empty chew cans are just ones I didn't get a chance to toss. However I keep them around because they are great for quarters, and extra uniform buttons and pin backs that I also keep in my bag.

    The fake dog poop is just kind of there. It's been known to find it's way on a shift partner's seat, the firehouse, wherever. Gotta be prepared for whatever man! lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pudge113 View Post
    Actually, the empty chew cans are just ones I didn't get a chance to toss. However I keep them around because they are great for quarters, and extra uniform buttons and pin backs that I also keep in my bag.

    The fake dog poop is just kind of there. It's been known to find it's way on a shift partner's seat, the firehouse, wherever. Gotta be prepared for whatever man! lol


    i thought you were describing what was in my bag until the part " Dog Poop" popped out.

    only you guys out there in Holmes County ,would carry rubber dog shit with you in case of emergency.

    Let me guess,
    that's what you holmes countians call "Stop Stick".

    LIke the cartoon, through a banana down, you slip and fall,
    in holmes county, lay out the Dog POo, car runs over it, skids out of control.
    YEAH, IM THE BERRIES, AND CHERRIES IN YOUR REAR VIEW MIRROR.

    Handle every stressful situation like a dog.
    Eat it, Play with it, or piss on it, and walk away!

    As smart as man is, we haven't been able to invent a machine that can smell drugs or tell us where a person has walked,” Dogs are sophisticated investigative tools!

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    dog treats and candy
    If you run from me...you'll just go to jail tired!

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    Quote Originally Posted by k-9max View Post
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    i thought you were describing what was in my bag until the part " Dog Poop" popped out.

    only you guys out there in Holmes County ,would carry rubber dog shit with you in case of emergency.

    Let me guess,
    that's what you holmes countians call "Stop Stick".

    LIke the cartoon, through a banana down, you slip and fall,
    in holmes county, lay out the Dog POo, car runs over it, skids out of control.

    No, I've just been waiting to run into certain Tusc County Deputies on a prisoner exchange or something so I can leave them a present
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