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Contact with LEO and CCW experiences.

Discussion in 'Law & Order' started by TSQUARE, Dec 18, 2020.

Experience when CCW and LEO contact

  1. Positive (they seem appreciative you informed)

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  2. Negative (they seem annoyed you informed)

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  3. I’m a law breaking rebel and don’t inform

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  1. Youngers Bend

    Youngers Bend Marksman

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    That's the way the job is done. Some might even think that it's their job to detect crime and take action and if they aren't doing it they are nothing but mooches drawing a paycheck. Most criminals are perfectly happy to tell some of what they're up to if you simply ask. It's human nature. People want to be liked and understood.
     
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  2. TedKennedy

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    They sure act like spoiled kids when you won’t tell them anything lol.
     
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    mouthpiece Sharpshooter

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    How much money you got riding on that?
    I'll take that bet for $5000

     
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  4. MacFromOK

    MacFromOK Sharpshooter

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    Pretty sure you can safely bet the farm... :D
    :drunk2:
     
  5. TedKennedy

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    #Metoo
     
  6. AKguy1985

    AKguy1985 Sharpshooter

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    I've had a couple very negative interactions with LE during traffic stops over having my CCW permit. I think I've told them here in the past. One, in 2013 I had an OHP trooper pull me out of my car, grab my gun out of it's holster, and then literally toss it into my car. I was stopped for a cracked windshield.
     
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  7. dennishoddy

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    I'm thinking the OHP is much more aware of our gun laws than they were in 2013. My lead foot interactions with them have resulted in zero issues.
     
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    This was over a cracked windshield, I wasn't speeding.
     
  9. dennishoddy

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    I don't doubt that at all. A cracked windshield that is in the vision area has a violation attached to it because the driver is impaired.
    I know it's been used when it's not in the drivers view by overzealous LEO.
    Judgement call for the most part that can be contested in court.
     
  10. JuanGrande62221

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    I’m not sure about others, but I always appreciate people telling me that they’re armed. And besides a guy doing 105 in a 45, I don’t remember ever giving anyone that was armed a ticket. I figure that most with a concealed license (or law abiding armed citizen now) aren’t criminals, don’t get into trouble much, and odds are they’re pretty good people.
     
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