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Most days my chief comes in wearing just our regular uniform.

He doesn’t wear any bling or anything. His collar brass is gold and says “CHIEF”.
 
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Yup that’s my states state troopers, yes troopers. Not police...
looking like.... well you called it.

Shhhhh. snowflakes mite notice... and get triggered..


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Sheriff of Escambia County, FL. I like him, but the bling is a little much, IMHO.


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The campaign ribbons are a bit much .
 
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The campaign ribbons are a bit much .
but, but, but, but he survived the great budget crisis of '17 and weathered the PowerPoint storm of '18. Big Grin



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I love that we all support law enforcement but ready to give raspberries to the higher-ups who take themselves too seriously. Rightly so. Wink


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Originally posted by selogic:
The campaign ribbons are a bit much .
but, but, but, but he survived the great budget crisis of '17 and weathered the PowerPoint storm of '18. Big Grin
Those appear to be his USAF military ribbons - obviously I don't know how blending your military uniform with your LEO one, but that appears to be the case here.

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I love that we all support law enforcement but ready to give raspberries to the higher-ups who take themselves too seriously. Rightly so. Wink
Absooooloootely.
 
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Atlanta's Chief isn't too bad I guess.




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Originally posted by tatortodd:
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Originally posted by selogic:
The campaign ribbons are a bit much .
but, but, but, but he survived the great budget crisis of '17 and weathered the PowerPoint storm of '18. Big Grin
Those appear to be his USAF military ribbons - obviously I don't know how blending your military uniform with your LEO one, but that appears to be the case here.

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Originally posted by sjtill:
I love that we all support law enforcement but ready to give raspberries to the higher-ups who take themselves too seriously. Rightly so. Wink
Absooooloootely.


Yes, those are USAF ribbons. By the 2 qual badges above the ribbon set, he was both an USAF Security Police/Forces member, and also qualified in Space Operations.


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Atlanta's Chief isn't too bad I guess.




That image is mirrored or the badge is on the wrong side.
 
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Atlanta's Chief isn't too bad I guess.




That image is mirrored or the badge is on the wrong side.


It's mirrored. Look at the patch.




 
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In Ohio, Sheriffs wear one star, the Superintendent of OHP is a Colonel. Most police chiefs wear eagles. Some get a bit full of themselves and wear 4 stars. Sheriffs outrank everyone in their county, so it's kinda funny to see some Andy-and-Barney department chief wearing four times as many stars as the Sheriff.
 
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