No courtesy

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Re: No courtesy

Postby Good Trooper » 04/17/10 18:35:51

Sir,
I apologize for the citation you received. Under NO, and I mean, NO circumstances do I write a fellow LEO. Hell, I even let off NJ or NY visitors who have a badge indicating their relative is an LEO. ANY LEO will be granted a break, even if they act offensively, which I have never encountered. LEO's are polite, and unnecesssarily apologetic. You speed, SO WHAT. YOU will be held responsible for any results. LEO's are trained on driving techniques. Those on this site stating troopers are taught to write fellows LEO's ARE LYING. I WAS THERE. Every profession has 1 or 2 idiots who don't understand we are PROFESSIONALS and will grant LEO's the respect they deserve. Again, sir, I apologize for the childish actions of another.
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Re: No courtesy

Postby Guest » 04/17/10 19:00:34

Treasure Coast LEO wrote:I know Trooper Smith very well and in my opinion, she is one of the best! Her uniform is consistently squared away and I have personally learned a great deal from her. I’ve backed her up on stops and know where she draws the line. So, with that in mind, my guess is you were clipping along at 100 or above on Florida’s’ Turnpike. As you showed your silly badge expecting a free pass for idiotic behavior, the Trooper handed you a citation while you displayed a stupid ass look wondering what just happened. Carry on cry baby and go pay your St Lucie ticket. Better yet, take the case to court and tell Magistrate Schwab that she must have stopped the wrong car because you’re an LEO and the law doesn’t apply to you. After which, come back her and let us know how that worked out for ya. Big Baby!


Yourself and Tpr. Smith are pieces of crap. I'm glad that my zone partners aren't as stubburn as you two. I could care less if an LEO is doing 170 mph on the 821, they will get away with a warning. I'll let them learn how to drive more responsibly on their own. I didn't get this job to police the police and I am not a supervisor.
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Re: No courtesy

Postby Guest » 04/17/10 21:05:02

Guest wrote:
Treasure Coast LEO wrote:I know Trooper Smith very well and in my opinion, she is one of the best! Her uniform is consistently squared away and I have personally learned a great deal from her. I’ve backed her up on stops and know where she draws the line. So, with that in mind, my guess is you were clipping along at 100 or above on Florida’s’ Turnpike. As you showed your silly badge expecting a free pass for idiotic behavior, the Trooper handed you a citation while you displayed a stupid ass look wondering what just happened. Carry on cry baby and go pay your St Lucie ticket. Better yet, take the case to court and tell Magistrate Schwab that she must have stopped the wrong car because you’re an LEO and the law doesn’t apply to you. After which, come back her and let us know how that worked out for ya. Big Baby!


Yourself and Tpr. Smith are pieces of crap. I'm glad that my zone partners aren't as stubburn as you two. I could care less if an LEO is doing 170 mph on the 821, they will get away with a warning. I'll let them learn how to drive more responsibly on their own. I didn't get this job to police the police and I am not a supervisor.


Agreed! More than 25 years with FHP and I am proud to say that I have never written another PO. It isn't about them being above the law, it's about giving a fellow LEO a break on something that is not that critical.
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Re: No courtesy

Postby Guest » 04/18/10 01:03:48

Wow, it appears some LEOs don't want to take on reponsability for their actions the way the nimrod general public normally do. "I know I was going 93, but I said I was sorry and I'll NEVER do it again." I haven't written a LEO, a LEOs family member, or military because they've all been couteous. However if one would get mouthy... You have 3 options, sinature at the bottom. :wink:
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Re: No courtesy

Postby Guest » 04/18/10 04:25:28

This says it all, there is nothing else that needs to be added.
I could care less if an LEO is doing 170 mph on the 821, they will get away with a warning. I'll let them learn how to drive more responsibly on their own. I didn't get this job to police the police and I am not a supervisor.
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Re: No courtesy

Postby swflatrooper » 04/18/10 07:15:22

How about you quit speeding . Stop thinking your above the law because you carry a badge. How about setting an example to the motoring public and driving within the law. I have been written by North Port city on I-75. I never came on here crying I took my lumps like a man. A few days later the same officer that wrote me was on a Felony stop and I backed him up just like I would do for anybody. I have had no hard feelings for this officer he was doing his job. I should have been doing the speed limit that night.
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Re: No courtesy

Postby Guest » 04/18/10 08:44:37

The mentality of these people kill me, like speeding is some kind of felony or something. Yea, I am a trooper and I do know the dyke in question and I have never written another cop, with the exception of crashes, in my way too long of a career. There are more than enough jack bag civilians out there that need my attention to worry about the occasional cop that I stop. Get a grip on yourself.
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Re: No courtesy

Postby Guest » 04/18/10 08:48:12

She falls right in with the rest of the charger azz holes. Is it something about the car that does this to them? At least she only gave him one ticket though.
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Re: No courtesy

Postby Bay_Co_Tpr » 04/18/10 13:43:57

swflatrooper wrote:How about you quit speeding . Stop thinking your above the law because you carry a badge. How about setting an example to the motoring public and driving within the law. I have been written by North Port city on I-75. I never came on here crying I took my lumps like a man. A few days later the same officer that wrote me was on a Felony stop and I backed him up just like I would do for anybody. I have had no hard feelings for this officer he was doing his job. I should have been doing the speed limit that night.


Are you mentally ill, or just missing sack?
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Re: No courtesy

Postby Guest .223 » 04/18/10 15:21:47

Having a badge entitles you to alot of things but endagering the lives of everyone else by wrecklessly speeding on the highway is where some draw the line. Troopers are no better than deputies and cops we are all the same in Gods eyes and we all bleed red. Some of us just have to realize what kind of responsibility we have and uphold it in our daily lives.I used to work for a Sheriffs office and now I am a Military Police Officer in the Air Force.

Not every trooper doesnt give courtesy to LEO's I was pulled over by Trooper Gibson of the Broward troop this last week (not for speeding, I was driving my mother in laws vehicle and the registration was expired ha ha) But the trooper was very professional and I did not recieve UTC, thank you Sir!

Stay safe out there brother and sisters, its not getting any easier :cop:
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Re: No courtesy

Postby swflatrooper » 04/18/10 16:14:16

Bay_Co_Tpr wrote:
swflatrooper wrote:How about you quit speeding . Stop thinking your above the law because you carry a badge. How about setting an example to the motoring public and driving within the law. I have been written by North Port city on I-75. I never came on here crying I took my lumps like a man. A few days later the same officer that wrote me was on a Felony stop and I backed him up just like I would do for anybody. I have had no hard feelings for this officer he was doing his job. I should have been doing the speed limit that night.


Are you mentally ill, or just missing sack?


No I'm not mentally ill and yes I have a very big sack if you would like I will tea-bag you and you can find out. What gives us the right to speed down the road and not get a ticket? Where in the academy did they teach us that we are exempt from the laws? Because I'm thinking I may have missed that day.
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Re: No courtesy

Postby guest1989 » 04/18/10 17:00:52

There's another Trooper that is a cop writer in collier county Trooper Morales. He would write his own mother!
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Re: No courtesy

Postby SWFL Leo » 04/18/10 17:18:38

I am an leo in SWFL and I can tell you from personal experience that every trooper I have ever come in contact with has been nothing but courteous, professional, and has always taken care of their brothers and sisters. No matter how long we are all in this career, your always going to have certain pric*s who just don't care. Whether that be officers, deputies, troopers; we all know they are a few in every agency that just dont give a sh*t. Most give professional courtesy on a daily basis. And a message to the ones who do wanna write a a speeding ticket for only a few miles over, pay backs are a b*tch. And don't think for a second you won't have that agency gunning for the officer, deputy, or trooper who pulled the non sense. Sad but true. :devil:
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Re: No courtesy

Postby Guest » 04/19/10 04:42:22

swflatrooper wrote:How about you quit speeding . Stop thinking your above the law because you carry a badge. How about setting an example to the motoring public and driving within the law. I have been written by North Port city on I-75. I never came on here crying I took my lumps like a man. A few days later the same officer that wrote me was on a Felony stop and I backed him up just like I would do for anybody. I have had no hard feelings for this officer he was doing his job. I should have been doing the speed limit that night.


That cop from North Port that wrote you is an idiot just like every other idiot who won't overlook a minor infraction committed by a fellow officer.
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Re: No courtesy

Postby Broward LEO » 04/19/10 09:02:36

Guest wrote:
Treasure Coast LEO wrote:I know Trooper Smith very well and in my opinion, she is one of the best! Her uniform is consistently squared away and I have personally learned a great deal from her. I’ve backed her up on stops and know where she draws the line. So, with that in mind, my guess is you were clipping along at 100 or above on Florida’s’ Turnpike. As you showed your silly badge expecting a free pass for idiotic behavior, the Trooper handed you a citation while you displayed a stupid ass look wondering what just happened. Carry on cry baby and go pay your St Lucie ticket. Better yet, take the case to court and tell Magistrate Schwab that she must have stopped the wrong car because you’re an LEO and the law doesn’t apply to you. After which, come back her and let us know how that worked out for ya. Big Baby!


This post is definetly NOT WRITTEN by a law enforcement officer. "She is one of the best! Her uniform is consistently squared away" LOL is that what makes a good LEO?????? Unfortanetely after you have been to officers funerals that have been shot and killed and then attend the trial of the scumbag that did it and watch the circus in the jury box and negative comments by "citizens" you may one day learn the meaning of LAW ENFORCEMENT FAMILY and realize that if we don't look out for one another no one else will.

STOP ACTING LIKE TRIPLE A WITH A GUN AND LEARN HOW TO BE A BETTER LEO........Crybaby!

I could care less if an LEO is doing 170 mph on the 821, they will get away with a warning. I'll let them learn how to drive more responsibly on their own. I didn't get this job to police the police and I am not a supervisor.
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