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12-27-06, 10:09 AM #1
Hi from France
I'm 33 y.o french police detective working for the french National Police in a big city P.D in east of France; near the German border, and I'm currently assigned at the Vice Division. I'm cop since 12 years now, I began my career in Paris where I worked there the first 4 years before I asked to be transfered. I've had lots of assignements during these years, day patrol shift, night patrol shift, night street crime unit (in plain clothes), and I moved naturally to invesgatives units, like "Urban Violences Investigation Unit" and Vice now.
I'm really happy to be here, i'm sure that i'll enjoy! )
Best regards, stay safe!
(and sorry for my bad english...)
12-27-06, 10:35 AM #2Some people dream of success, while other people live to crush those dreams.
12-27-06, 10:38 AM #3
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I do not have the authority or the permission to post for my Sheriff's Office.
12-27-06, 10:57 AM #4
Welcome to LEF!!! Always good to see LEO's from another country register. Private message Reca about gaining access to the private, Verified LEO only area.
12-27-06, 11:54 AM #5
Bienvenue choubacca! It's amazing that someone from a non-Anglophone country found this forum. How did you hear about it? Comment avez-vous entendu parler de ce forum?
And not that it's my place to deal with these matters, but I'm wondering how the moderators can verify someone from France. Do any of the moderators speak French? Is hilarity going to ensue when they call up a French police department and try to talk to them using some combination of English and broken French?
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12-27-06, 12:02 PM #6
Hi and welcome to LEF!
12-27-06, 12:07 PM #7
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12-27-06, 12:32 PM #9
Anyway, we're obviously not going to give away the secrets of the verification world, in order to protect the integrity of the site's LEO only area.
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12-27-06, 01:03 PM #11
Thanx all for your welcome, it's great to hear.
I knew this forum through Terminator's post on Glock Talk forum where i'm (with another nickname) -
And I already sent a MP to Reca for the "verified LEO" forums access, and yes, I suppose that's easy for the moderators to verify if i'm a real cop - as asked, I gave my (french) direct phone number from my P.D, and I have a governemental e-mail adress too, so, easy for them to verify...
Thanks again all,
12-27-06, 01:10 PM #12
12-27-06, 01:34 PM #13
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12-27-06, 01:40 PM #14
Welcome! I'm corresponding with another French Cop that I'm trying to get to come over here, so maybe you'll have company soon.For the morning will come. Brightly will it shine on the brave and true, kindly upon all who suffer for the cause, glorious upon the tombs of heroes. Thus will shine the dawn.
12-27-06, 03:22 PM #15
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12-27-06, 04:25 PM #16
Hello and welcome to LEF!
12-27-06, 05:35 PM #17
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12-27-06, 07:49 PM #18
Bonjour Monsier, welcome to LEO forums!
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