reply to post by xxpigxx
>'Easy to say when you're not there.'
Sorry guy, that's straight off of the top disinfo, not to mention the party line.
IF your training was REALLY any good, you would NOT have that out of control feeling. You would be extremely focused and CLEAR headed.
I'm glad with your inadequate training, you didn't shoot your comrade in arms.
I like your scenario.
Once again with ADEQUATE training no one is going to walk out of the shadows at you.
It would take about three days training (actualy nights
) to get you over this fear of the dark.
It is what it is... And these guys did exactly what they are trained to do. And that is to shoot first and ask questions later.
They're underpaid, a good percentage your basic thug personality, etc. etc. Naturally, my apologies to the good cops out there!
Instead of (a bunch of oh so predictable
) posturing, why don't you spill to us your departments defacto standards... It (always) comes down from
In my locale we've got a lot of police departments. We've got the Washington State troopers, simply the best, we've got the King County sheriffs,
mostly great guys doing a tough job, then two REALLY bad organizations Seattle police, it's messed up that they have SO MANY bad apples and then the
worst of the bunch Black Diamond police department... they are nothing more than highwayman of old. Mostly a bunch of overamped terriers that
couldn't make it in a real organization.
So what kind of department were you in?