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    New uniforms?

    Whatís this I hear about them testing new uniforms? I guess Iím out of the loop.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Whatís this I hear about them testing new uniforms? I guess Iím out of the loop.
    There's a loop?

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    Kinder, gentler not as frightening to millennials is the rumor. Next it will be rainbow cruisers. No wait I forgot we already have one. Sick sick people running this 3 ring circus. And don't forget the Mayor. What a disgrace IMO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Kinder, gentler not as frightening to millennials is the rumor. Next it will be rainbow cruisers. No wait I forgot we already have one. Sick sick people running this 3 ring circus. And don't forget the Mayor. What a disgrace IMO.
    So Iím guessing load bearing vest arenít going to happen? Iíve heard this rumor going around.

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    So Iím guessing load bearing vest arenít going to happen? Iíve heard this rumor going around.
    Load bearing vests would seem too aggressive and intimidating to the snowflakes, LGBTQ, minorities and millennials. The next thing you know they will ban black gloves because they too are intimidating.

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    Liberal think8ng has destroyed America

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    So are the load bearing vest a real thing or just a rumor? Pretty sure Temple Terrace switched to them awhile ago and other agencies are already testing them. Idk why we wouldnít make that switch.

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    Load vest

    They cover more, carry IFAK on Molle to save your own life if your shot in leg or arm, better on women hips and back without heavy belts many many other reasons. Problem is there is a couple tools in training that run their retired mouths that any outer carrier is dangerous and their personally preference is no. They canít be to Militaristic as ďbikeĒ squad or the COP squad use them. Itís all garbage. We should be able to buy our own we just need department to tell us which one they will approve just like bike squad. Itís always a double standard here. Yes bikes can have load bearing patrol no. Beard ok if you pay. Beards not ok if you donít. Itís comical. Body cameras is a MUST but no we canít buy them for everyone. Hahaha

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    Pba

    The pba should take it as a grievance as bikes are allowed load bearing but patrol no. So if I buy the same vest as bikes I am going to get written up for wearing it????? Good luck with that

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    They cover more, carry IFAK on Molle to save your own life if your shot in leg or arm, better on women hips and back without heavy belts many many other reasons. Problem is there is a couple tools in training that run their retired mouths that any outer carrier is dangerous and their personally preference is no. They canít be to Militaristic as ďbikeĒ squad or the COP squad use them. Itís all garbage. We should be able to buy our own we just need department to tell us which one they will approve just like bike squad. Itís always a double standard here. Yes bikes can have load bearing patrol no. Beard ok if you pay. Beards not ok if you donít. Itís comical. Body cameras is a MUST but no we canít buy them for everyone. Hahaha
    There is absolutely NO reason that patrol officers in any agency should not be allowed to wear uniform style load bearing vests. K9 officers have been wearing them across the country for over a decade now and why? Because they can carry things they need, get dangerous weight off of their hips and strip them off when they need to cool down. They also breathe better and are overall more comfortable. I know because I was allowed to wear one for years and instantly noticed a reduction of lower back issues and injuries. The funny thing is, the approved patrol outer (non load bearing) vest we have is the absolute worst one I have ever seen. It is a completely different color and material and becomes dusty and dingy after the first day itís worn. Not to mention the tiny useless pockets that do nothing but curl up making it look even worse. Nice job to whoever picked out that piece of crap. I guess in the grand scheme of things it doesnít matter since so many show up to work looking like unmade beds in their wrinkled and dirty uniforms so the POS approved outer vest is perfect to keep up that stellar TPD image.

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