Then a page from their playbook may be in order.Once upon a time . whenever an issue arose there , VCDL officers would schedule an appointment with the respective Chief , and engage in polite conversation , as their Plan A . It usually worked , and rarely required Plan B .
One thing we can do is inform any LOE's we know what is happening and they should expect to see more CC and OC by law abiding citizens, be sure to provide some references they can check. Once the grass roots LEO's learn what is going on they will spread the word to their buddies and enough of them will be asking their bosses for verification that it will most likely get a response.How can we possibly make them aware? Reach out to sheriff's offices?
And his wife gave him permission to say that.Yes of course. But she’s my wife and they’re my children and it’s my household.
How it is established in my house, if I’m around she is submissive to my roll as the head of the household and she refers to them as my children when we are talking to each other or friends etc. that goes for the children's discipline too, I’m around I’m lining them in. When I’m off at work she assumes the position and TCOB of her children. Until they get unruly then dad has to step in.
My suggestion when and if beverage moment happens, please tell officer that all officers that he knows should be just a cordial. As well as not to shoot someone for exercising their right. That will be a great step on the other end. We defend the police more than the other side, but not respected the same.UPDATE: I just got off the phone with Corporal Jenkins. Perfect gentleman. Told me that at the time of the traffic stop, the consensus amongst ALL officers on scene was that I was wrong. When they found me to be correct, they had an "Ah..." moment. He did not set by idly and wait for things to happen, he reached out to the A.A.G's office and found that I had already contacted them, and to the A.G. for Worcester County. He informed me that A.A.G. Bowen did, in fact, reach out to the Gun Center and correct them as to manner of carry. Corporal Jenkins told me he was amazed at the speed at which this is all taking place, that notices/bulletins are now going out Statewide to all the agencies throughout Maryland. I told him that A.G Brian Frosh, well-known anti-gunner, should have released bulletins immediately after the Bruen decision, as he knew there would be an onslaught of Wear and Carry applications and that Open Carry would become more prevailant than before. He also said that the broadcast on 102.9FM The Vault was probably due to a call from the Worcester County A.G. I told him that I reached out to OCPD Records to get copies of the body-worn camera and dash camera(if available) video,not as a tool for any type of litigation, but to make sure I didn't make an ass of myself and to spread the word on how one might handle a similar situation. He assured me that I handled the situation perfectly and he was sorry we had to meet under such circumstances, although, he was glad that we had the opportunity to meet to clarify some things, not only for his department, but for departments across the State.
I told Corporal Jenkins that if/when we meet again, presumably under more favorable conditions, his beverage of choice is on me. He accepted my offer and told me to call him next time I'm down the ocean.
I spoke to Records this morning, and they are processing my request. Stay tuned.
Now carry on with the thread derailment.
Not all heroes wear capes. Some wear badges. Kudos to the OCPD for being professional, and despite not believing you were correct, taking the time to make sure
My suggestion when and if beverage moment happens, please tell officer that all officers that he knows should be just a cordial. As well as not to shoot someone for exercising their right. That will be a great step on the other end. We defend the police more than the other side, but not respected the same.I’m a bit confused. The speed of what,Wear and carry? Bruin has nothing to do with the stop. I’m a bit slow, did wear and carry just pass In Md?Not all heroes wear capes. Some wear badges. Kudos to the OCPD for being professional, and despite not believing you were correct, taking the time to make sure.