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Re: Gray-Legged Cry babies

Post by Guest » 03/04/14 15:02:13

Still rings true.

Re: Gray-Legged Cry babies

Post by Comical » 08/06/13 21:01:06

Left 7 years ago. Still check on here every once in a while for kicks and giggles. Yup, still good for a laugh.

Carry on! :devil:

Re: Gray-Legged Cry babies

Post by Guest » 07/13/13 07:52:47

Guest wrote:
Guest wrote:
Guest wrote:
Guest wrote:
guest7 wrote:He's not a GFC boy, If he was a GFC boy then he would know GFC was never an entering agency. I don't even think he's any type of L/E

You do know that any Law Enforcement agency can and do complete criminal cases -except DEP officers who are not in their park. Some of us remember not too long ago when a park patrol officers were unable to even stop for back-up outside a park. What a bunch of clowns.

Right-on! Been there.


Give it a rest. There were less than 90 total Park officers in the entire state including supervisors meaning they they couldn't be everywhere. We worked the cases in the parks unless it was outside our capabilities such as a suspicious death. Your comment about DEP not being able to work cases when they are out of a park reveals how much of a moron you are. If you haven't been keeping up with technology, there is an invention called a "radio". On numerous occasions, the "dispatcher" called me on a "radio" and sent me to a park to work the call. If you knew someone who was restricted from providing backup to another agency, it had something to do with that officer and his Lieutenant. In my region, we never had that restriction. It probably galls you since you sound like a never been and this is your only forum to talk to a LEO, but I probably wrote you the ticket outside of the park that you are mad about :devil: FYI, I still write tickets while being employed by FWC. :snicker:

Bad news there Parkboy. He is factually correct about the "no back-up" outside a park. Saw and hear about it myself. Really Chickensh*t if you know what I mean.


Again, it might have been the officer and his LT. Some officers in every agency including FWC have restrictions put on them due to misconduct or ill advised actions. This was not widespread and did not occur in my region. We frequently assisted officers from other agencies.

Re: Gray-Legged Cry babies

Post by Guest » 07/11/13 09:23:44

Guest wrote:
Guest wrote:
Guest wrote:
guest7 wrote:He's not a GFC boy, If he was a GFC boy then he would know GFC was never an entering agency. I don't even think he's any type of L/E

You do know that any Law Enforcement agency can and do complete criminal cases -except DEP officers who are not in their park. Some of us remember not too long ago when a park patrol officers were unable to even stop for back-up outside a park. What a bunch of clowns.

Right-on! Been there.


Give it a rest. There were less than 90 total Park officers in the entire state including supervisors meaning they they couldn't be everywhere. We worked the cases in the parks unless it was outside our capabilities such as a suspicious death. Your comment about DEP not being able to work cases when they are out of a park reveals how much of a moron you are. If you haven't been keeping up with technology, there is an invention called a "radio". On numerous occasions, the "dispatcher" called me on a "radio" and sent me to a park to work the call. If you knew someone who was restricted from providing backup to another agency, it had something to do with that officer and his Lieutenant. In my region, we never had that restriction. It probably galls you since you sound like a never been and this is your only forum to talk to a LEO, but I probably wrote you the ticket outside of the park that you are mad about :devil: FYI, I still write tickets while being employed by FWC. :snicker:

Bad news there Parkboy. He is factually correct about the "no back-up" outside a park. Saw and hear about it myself. Really Chickensh*t if you know what I mean.

Re: Gray-Legged Cry babies

Post by Guest » 07/11/13 06:53:02

Guest wrote:
Guest wrote:
guest7 wrote:He's not a GFC boy, If he was a GFC boy then he would know GFC was never an entering agency. I don't even think he's any type of L/E

You do know that any Law Enforcement agency can and do complete criminal cases -except DEP officers who are not in their park. Some of us remember not too long ago when a park patrol officers were unable to even stop for back-up outside a park. What a bunch of clowns.

Right-on! Been there.


Give it a rest. There were less than 90 total Park officers in the entire state including supervisors meaning they they couldn't be everywhere. We worked the cases in the parks unless it was outside our capabilities such as a suspicious death. Your comment about DEP not being able to work cases when they are out of a park reveals how much of a moron you are. If you haven't been keeping up with technology, there is an invention called a "radio". On numerous occasions, the "dispatcher" called me on a "radio" and sent me to a park to work the call. If you knew someone who was restricted from providing backup to another agency, it had something to do with that officer and his Lieutenant. In my region, we never had that restriction. It probably galls you since you sound like a never been and this is your only forum to talk to a LEO, but I probably wrote you the ticket outside of the park that you are mad about :devil: FYI, I still write tickets while being employed by FWC. :snicker:

Re: Gray-Legged Cry babies

Post by Guest » 07/10/13 12:18:53

Guest wrote:
guest7 wrote:He's not a GFC boy, If he was a GFC boy then he would know GFC was never an entering agency. I don't even think he's any type of L/E

You do know that any Law Enforcement agency can and do complete criminal cases -except DEP officers who are not in their park. Some of us remember not too long ago when a park patrol officers were unable to even stop for back-up outside a park. What a bunch of clowns.

Right-on! Been there.

Re: Gray-Legged Cry babies

Post by Guest » 07/09/13 14:35:28

guest7 wrote:He's not a GFC boy, If he was a GFC boy then he would know GFC was never an entering agency. I don't even think he's any type of L/E

You do know that any Law Enforcement agency can and do complete criminal cases -except DEP officers who are not in their park. Some of us remember not too long ago when a park patrol officers were unable to even stop for back-up outside a park. What a bunch of clowns.

Re: Gray-Legged Cry babies

Post by guest7 » 07/06/13 14:59:55

He's not a GFC boy, If he was a GFC boy then he would know GFC was never an entering agency. I don't even think he's any type of L/E

Re: Gray-Legged Cry babies

Post by Guest » 07/06/13 07:32:01

Guest wrote:
Guest7 wrote:Okay, you found a stolen vehicle and had dispatch call the S/O. WOW great job. That's because we were not an entering agency. FWC was not DEP was. FMP GFC and FWC until now didn't do other police work because they were not an entering agency. FWC will never be a good resource agency because of that.

FWC (and GFC) can and does enter crimes into the system. I have worked in rural and highly developed S. Fla. and have worked these cases to completion. Interestingly I did more in S. Fla, only because the locals were too busy or were jerking us around. It is more work but with a little effort not that bad. In the same area I have been called to several parks to do Law Enforcement in state parks while being watched by the park's officers. I have also seen/heard many calls from park officers to the SO to handle person and property crimes. Nice try but here are the facts parkboy.


You sound full of it and it starts with bull........ If you we're called into a state park prior to the merger to do "law enforcement " while park officers were standing nearby watching you, then it wasn't to work a burglary or similar offense. It was more likely a resource matter like an alligator issue which most park officers had no training on. Regarding the SO, we would have them take a rape, suspicious death, etc. Other than matters where we did not have the resources or manpower to work it, we took it. Nice try GFCboy.

Re: Gray-Legged Cry babies

Post by guest7 » 07/03/13 20:30:45

So somebody from the parks called you to work a crime, if you worked for GFC or FMP you were not an entering agency. If you entered crime information then you worked for DEP or SO or PD. FWC started as an entering agency recently. Just to let you know you make any sense.

Re: Gray-Legged Cry babies

Post by Guest » 07/03/13 09:06:12

Guest7 wrote:Okay, you found a stolen vehicle and had dispatch call the S/O. WOW great job. That's because we were not an entering agency. FWC was not DEP was. FMP GFC and FWC until now didn't do other police work because they were not an entering agency. FWC will never be a good resource agency because of that.

FWC (and GFC) can and does enter crimes into the system. I have worked in rural and highly developed S. Fla. and have worked these cases to completion. Interestingly I did more in S. Fla, only because the locals were too busy or were jerking us around. It is more work but with a little effort not that bad. In the same area I have been called to several parks to do Law Enforcement in state parks while being watched by the park's officers. I have also seen/heard many calls from park officers to the SO to handle person and property crimes. Nice try but here are the facts parkboy.

Re: Gray-Legged Cry babies

Post by Guest7 » 06/30/13 18:55:25

Okay, you found a stolen vehicle and had dispatch call the S/O. WOW great job. That's because we were not an entering agency. FWC was not DEP was. FMP GFC and FWC until now didn't do other police work because they were not an entering agency. FWC will never be a good resource agency because of that.

Re: Gray-Legged Cry babies

Post by Guest » 06/30/13 07:13:38

Guest7 wrote:Do you why that was, maybe because GFC,FWC was not an entering agency until now.


that doesn't prevent officers from working burglaries, thefts, and other crimes. I have recovered stolen vehicles before and notified the SO to have it removed.

Re: Gray-Legged Cry babies

Post by Guest7 » 06/29/13 19:24:47

Do you why that was, maybe because GFC,FWC was not an entering agency until now.

Re: Gray-Legged Cry babies

Post by Guest » 06/29/13 18:01:46

ol'timer wrote:
Guest wrote:
Guest7 wrote:DEP knows nothing about hunting and fishing, FMP knows nothing about hunting or catching folks. You know the rest.


and GFC knows nothing about crime suppression patrols, working auto crashes, burglaries, domestics, environmental crimes, traffic, etc. In other words, we are all FWC and none of us have the training or experience to do everything.

To your main point, GFC worked all of that and more in Management Area Campgrounds, rural locations etc and we did not do it the DEP way - call the SO.


BULL......... I know for a fact the S.O. was called by GFC officers and continued to be called by former GFC after the merger to FWC. Your recollections seemed to be skewed somewhat.

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