Re: Speeding Cops In Neighborhood Roads?

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Not defending the cop necessarily, but as a firefighter we respond to a lot of calls where the police are responding as well. We do have certain calls that require a "silent" approach, such as domestic calls, suicide attempts, or any time there may be an emergency that might be aggravated by the sudden noise and activity of lots of cars and trucks arriving with all the "bells and whistles".

Police almost always use the "silent" approach on burglary calls or suspicious people lurking about.

It MAY be that the cop you saw had used his light/sirens enroute to your neighborhood and shut them off when he got there but still has to hurry to the call.

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  Speeding Cops In Neighborhood Roads?Topic by: Viet Viet 07/14/02 04:07AM
  Re: Speeding Cops In Neighborhood Roads?Re: MopeHead MopeHead 07/14/02 06:30AM
  Re: Speeding Cops In Neighborhood Roads?Re: paul paul 07/14/02 10:44AM
  Re: Speeding Cops In Neighborhood Roads?Re: chuck russo va chuck russo va 07/14/02 11:16AM
  Curfew?Re: Chris Robertson Chris Robertson 07/14/02 02:17PM
  Re: Curfew?Re: chuck russo va chuck russo va 07/14/02 02:30PM
  Re: Curfew?Re: Toehead Toehead 07/14/02 09:46PM
  Re: Speeding Cops In Neighborhood Roads?Re: MopeHead MopeHead 07/14/02 11:50AM
  Re: Speeding Cops In Neighborhood Roads?Re: durden durden 07/14/02 01:10PM
  Re: Speeding Cops In Neighborhood Roads?Re: chuck russo va chuck russo va 07/14/02 02:16PM
  Re: Curfew?Re: david f martin david f martin 07/14/02 02:20PM
  Re: Curfew?Re: chuck russo va chuck russo va 07/14/02 02:31PM
  Re: Curfew?Re: Seth Seth 07/14/02 09:21PM

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