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Just a reminder for those who view this forum- SIGforum supports law enforcement and we will not tolerate anyone who views police as an impediment. The police are absolutely necessary functionaries of any civilized society.

**NSFW**

 
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A VERY heartfelt THANKS Para.....
 
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Thanks to all of our LEO's and all that you do to keep the wolves at bay.


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Thanks Para, outstanding video. And, thanks to all our men and women in blue, for what you do.

I remember fondly, staying up at night with my mom, listening to my dad on the scanner while he was a reserve with the San Diego Sheriffs Office. Many harrowing nights.


Mike


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If you won't stand behind our troops, feel free to stand in front of them.

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I spent most of last night trying to forget yesterday. I needed this today. Thank you Para.



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Thanks to police officers everywhere for the work they do.

Also, a big thank you to the dispatchers (we have some here if I recall correctly). Their professionalism during those calls is inspirational.
 
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I have nothing but respect for the good folks who put themselves in harms way to uphold our laws.
May God bless them and keep them safe.
 
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Thanks men and women for protecting us. You out your lives on the line every day. It does not go unnoticed!



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Damn right!


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Thanks for posting Para.

Law enforcement is a very difficult career and I only understand a fraction of the challenges and adversities they face. I appreciate all of their hard work and dedication.



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DISCLAIMER: These are the author's own personal views and do not represent the views of the author's employer.
 
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SIGforum supports law enforcement


I've never doubted that and think this forum is one-of-a-kind.

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I don't have the words...

Thanks Para.
 
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I got brush off response to this formerly secure private message to M.D. elsewhere:

"Do you have any ideas other than my desperate idea of just calling police? (That is not a threat, to you.) They will not allow this expensive continuance of kicking me out of ED's with pointless referrals which accomplish nothing useful for me."

ETA: I know that police will help and not just continue routine of "Get paid, Don't get sued, I don't have time to be helpful."
 
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Everyone who is in public safety, Thank You and Stay Safe!


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Amen.

-Rob




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Thank you for the video Para.

That video was hard to watch. But, with a Sister-In-Law who is a Lt. with the Pittsburgh police department, I had to finish it.

Thanks to all who serve as Law Enforcement Officers.



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It's the law.




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I support this
100%

We hosted Thanksgiving with a senior WA State Patrol officer's family. The stories he told.

I don't know how they put up with the BS every single day. He just transferred to south Seattle, so he could have a better schedule, (all days) to spend more time with his family. Now he is in gangbanger territory. F. I feel bad for the officers working the night shift down there. And I can not imagine being a LEO in Chicago or Baltimore. Just can not imagine it. Thank you to all of the LEOs here and everywhere.
 
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Thanks for stating something we should all be saying daily.


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Thank you Para, thank you very much.


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Many thanks to all who serve our communities protecting us.


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