Suggestion for new patrol cars

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Suggestion for new patrol cars

Postby Guest » Mon Nov 27, 2017 8:49 pm

Why doesn't the dept. get all green SUVs for patrol? They can then just put a gold star on the front door and the wording SHERIFF down the side in white letters. This would take us into the 21st century and get past the clown cars we now have with the Winnebago stripes.
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Guest

Re: Suggestion for new patrol cars

Postby Guest » Tue Nov 28, 2017 11:55 pm

Guest wrote:Why doesn't the dept. get all green SUVs for patrol? They can then just put a gold star on the front door and the wording SHERIFF down the side in white letters. This would take us into the 21st century and get past the clown cars we now have with the Winnebago stripes.


When you paint over the stripes of a zebra, your not going to get a horse. Its the clowns, that make the cars circus equipment.
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Guest

Re: Suggestion for new patrol cars

Postby Guest » Wed Nov 29, 2017 12:10 pm

Most are kiss ass clowns, and not real LEO's. They should have big red shoes too.
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Guest

Re: Suggestion for new patrol cars

Postby Guest » Wed Nov 29, 2017 1:44 pm

Good point
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Guest

Re: Suggestion for new patrol cars

Postby Guest » Wed Nov 29, 2017 1:49 pm

Tine to step into the 21st century is right. More unmarked cars for patrol. That way they could actually roll up on crime. No one ever said calls can't be answered in an unmarked car. This old 70s BS about visibility is a joke. We need to conquer crime not coddle it. Citizens always complain they never see the police anyhow.
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CO@E6

Re: Suggestion for new patrol cars

Postby CO@E6 » Thu Nov 30, 2017 2:15 am

Guest wrote:Tine to step into the 21st century is right. More unmarked cars for patrol. That way they could actually roll up on crime. No one ever said calls can't be answered in an unmarked car. This old 70s BS about visibility is a joke. We need to conquer crime not coddle it. Citizens always complain they never see the police anyhow.


New rules. No more take home cars. Save money.
1 marked car, three shifts. 2 man units in high crime sectors. Increase plain clothes, with high performance unmarks.
Foot beats for medium + density c-pop. Plain clothed for Transit unit for bus stops and rides while on patrol, and visit homeless living sites. This new format needs to be supervised by corrections, since they're already qualified, to supervise those in need of supervision. PBSO need to make more contact with their true constituents, not just the beautiful ones.

New perk. A bus pass to get back and forth to work.
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Guest

Re: Suggestion for new patrol cars

Postby Guest » Thu Nov 30, 2017 4:53 pm

Why doesn't the dept. get all green SUVs for patrol? They can then just put a gold star on the front door and the wording SHERIFF down the side in white letters. This would take us into the 21st century and get past the clown cars we now have with the Winnebago stripes.


why change the clown cars for idiots in pickle suits
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Guest

Re: Suggestion for new patrol cars

Postby Guest » Fri Dec 01, 2017 9:16 am

I really like CO@E6 suggestion. But that would mean all the FOGs we have would actually have to work.

Great idea. Now that's actually thinking out of the box. Something this agency lacks.
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Guest

Re: Suggestion for new patrol cars

Postby Guest » Fri Dec 01, 2017 1:25 pm

Our RD's need to get more involved with our valued citizens.

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Guest

Re: Suggestion for new patrol cars

Postby Guest » Fri Dec 01, 2017 4:01 pm

The cars are fine....all sworn personnel should be issued a car.....
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CO@E6

Re: Suggestion for new patrol cars

Postby CO@E6 » Fri Dec 01, 2017 4:26 pm

Guest wrote:The cars are fine....all sworn personnel should be issued a car.....


While "on duty". Yes. ( And with tactical variations).

Haitian LEO's should drive decoy cabs, to place the passengers in their comfort zones for the SNAP card drug runs.
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Consumer Affairs

Re: Suggestion for new patrol cars

Postby Consumer Affairs » Sat Dec 02, 2017 11:34 pm

We need two (2) foot beat / bike units on Lake Worth Road, between Military and Kirk.
Min. of five (5) "quality" felony arrests per week available for those with the balls to do "real police work.

Please keep us in the community updated.

Thank you.
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Juan Carlos Fonjul

Re: Suggestion for new patrol cars

Postby Juan Carlos Fonjul » Sun Dec 03, 2017 5:27 am

Don't tell us what to do. Don't EVER tell us what to do.
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Guest

Re: Suggestion for new patrol cars

Postby Guest » Sun Dec 03, 2017 5:38 am

Consumer Affairs wrote:We need two (2) foot beat / bike units on Lake Worth Road, between Military and Kirk.
Min. of five (5) "quality" felony arrests per week available for those with the balls to do "real police work.

Please keep us in the community updated.

Thank you.



If you want foot patrols then go back to New York you fuckin mulignan go fuck yourself
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Guest

Re: Suggestion for new patrol cars

Postby Guest » Sun Dec 03, 2017 1:21 pm

Consumer Affairs wrote:We need two (2) foot beat / bike units on Lake Worth Road, between Military and Kirk.
Min. of five (5) "quality" felony arrests per week available for those with the balls to do "real police work.

Please keep us in the community updated.

Thank you.


That's Palm springs now dumb fuck. Been theirs for 5 yrs. Try knowing what you are talking about before running your mouth.
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Consumer Affairs

Re: Suggestion for new patrol cars

Postby Consumer Affairs » Sun Dec 03, 2017 5:21 pm

Guest wrote:
Consumer Affairs wrote:We need two (2) foot beat / bike units on Lake Worth Road, between Military and Kirk.
Min. of five (5) "quality" felony arrests per week available for those with the balls to do "real police work.

Please keep us in the community updated.

Thank you.


That's Palm springs now dumb fuck. Been theirs for 5 yrs. Try knowing what you are talking about before running your mouth.


Thank you for the update. That's good news.
Now get on over to Sunny lane and fix it, after that, close up the drug houses on Breazy lane then drop off a couple of foot deputies off on Orleans Ct. to engage with residents and spread some PBSO good faith.
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Comsumer Affairs

Re: Suggestion for new patrol cars

Postby Comsumer Affairs » Sun Dec 03, 2017 6:14 pm

I would also like to see an increased presents on Schall Rd, and Westgate.
And foot patrols at Belvedare homes.

You guys need to do real police work, and stop sitting in your cars doing nothing.
Now, chop,chop.
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Guest

Re: Suggestion for new patrol cars

Postby Guest » Mon Dec 04, 2017 1:42 pm

I agree.

More of PBC finest EDPs
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Consumer Affairs

Re: Suggestion for new patrol cars, WASTE OF MONEY

Postby Consumer Affairs » Tue Dec 05, 2017 8:45 pm

We don't need half of the cars we have.
Cushman carts can save $$$ in high density environments.
https://www.cushman.com/vehicles/haulerr-800
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Guest

Re: Suggestion for new patrol cars

Postby Guest » Sun Dec 10, 2017 2:09 pm

Unmarked SUVs for Sergeants with command consoles in the back.

Unmarked SUVs for Lieutenants with drone set ups to eliminate the use of the multi million dollar helicopter on most incidents.

Unmarked Chargers for all traffic units.
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Guest

Re: Suggestion for new patrol cars

Postby Guest » Sun Dec 10, 2017 2:53 pm

Guest wrote:Unmarked SUVs for Sergeants with command consoles in the back.

Unmarked SUVs for Lieutenants with drone set ups to eliminate the use of the multi million dollar helicopter on most incidents.

Unmarked Chargers for all traffic units.


You have to have an FAA license to fly the drones. We have a drone unit and a few hand picked schmucks have been given positions. They need to be used far more often than they are now it would save tax payers millions. The problem is the helicopter pilots see there is no need for them any more and are fighting hard to keep the status quo. Bradshaw likes showing off his fancy aircraft too. It will take a new sheriff with the courage and foresight to get rid of the helicopters before the drone unit is expanded to what it should be.
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Guest

Re: Suggestion for new patrol cars

Postby Guest » Sun Dec 10, 2017 3:17 pm

I don't think you can completely eliminate the helicopter. They are needed to follow suspect cars or during pursuits....any fluid type incident. Drones should be used for everything else. The agency could scale back on the use of the helicopter though to save the taxpayers money.

Also we need the helicopter to fly those politically connected people around so the agency can collect that tax dollar.
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Guest

Re: Suggestion for new patrol cars

Postby Guest » Sun Dec 10, 2017 3:20 pm

Maybe the agency could expand the drone unit so they were available 24/7 and have more then one out at a time.

As for the helicopter, maybe the dept. could hire civilian pilots...ex military pilots....instead of cops. You don't need cops to fly. They don't make arrests or use their law enforcement certificate for anything. Let's start getting smart.

Drone operators can still go to calls, make arrest, etc. Helicopter pilots can't.
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Guest

Re: Suggestion for new patrol cars

Postby Guest » Sun Dec 10, 2017 4:03 pm

Guest wrote:Maybe the agency could expand the drone unit so they were available 24/7 and have more then one out at a time.

As for the helicopter, maybe the dept. could hire civilian pilots...ex military pilots....instead of cops. You don't need cops to fly. They don't make arrests or use their law enforcement certificate for anything. Let's start getting smart.

Drone operators can still go to calls, make arrest, etc. Helicopter pilots can't.


Great idea. Drone Ops can use Cushman carts.
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AIR CAV

Re: Suggestion for new patrol cars

Postby AIR CAV » Sun Dec 10, 2017 9:56 pm

Guest wrote:Maybe the agency could expand the drone unit so they were available 24/7 and have more then one out at a time.

As for the helicopter, maybe the dept. could hire civilian pilots...ex military pilots....instead of cops. You don't need cops to fly. They don't make arrests or use their law enforcement certificate for anything. Let's start getting smart.

Drone operators can still go to calls, make arrest, etc. Helicopter pilots can't.


HOW MANY UPLIFTS PER. YR. ? WHAT'S THE AVIATION BUDGET ?
A REAL HELICOPTER CHARTER CORP., AS CONTRACTED AND ON CALL.
A SWORN LEO CAN SIT IN THE JUMP SEAT AND STAY IN CONTACT WITH THE GROUND SUPPORT.
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Guest

Re: Suggestion for new patrol cars

Postby Guest » Mon Dec 11, 2017 11:58 am

Why do you need a sworn LEO in the jump seat? Only need someone who can relay what is happening and GPS coordinates . Make sure the helicopter has a video going the entire time it is up. Can then be tracked from the ground.
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Guest

Re: Suggestion for new patrol cars

Postby Guest » Mon Dec 11, 2017 2:44 pm

Guest wrote:Why do you need a sworn LEO in the jump seat? Only need someone who can relay what is happening and GPS coordinates . Make sure the helicopter has a video going the entire time it is up. Can then be tracked from the ground.

Because they need someone who is qualified to know when to shut off the video in the case of a severe beatdown, like the one BBPD gave that nigger.
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Capt. Quiet

Re: Suggestion for new patrol cars

Postby Capt. Quiet » Mon Dec 11, 2017 3:31 pm

Guest wrote:
Guest wrote:Why do you need a sworn LEO in the jump seat? Only need someone who can relay what is happening and GPS coordinates . Make sure the helicopter has a video going the entire time it is up. Can then be tracked from the ground.

Because they need someone who is qualified to know when to shut off the video in the case of a severe beatdown, like the one BBPD gave that nigger.


Have you guy's lost it? We need to keep all crew members in house.
Civilian crew members are likely to recite actual occurrences of 4th violations to the press.
That's certainly a problem worth avoiding for obvious reasons. G can tell ya.
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Guest

Re: Suggestion for new patrol cars

Postby Guest » Mon Dec 11, 2017 3:35 pm

Guest wrote:
Guest wrote:Why do you need a sworn LEO in the jump seat? Only need someone who can relay what is happening and GPS coordinates . Make sure the helicopter has a video going the entire time it is up. Can then be tracked from the ground.

Because they need someone who is qualified to know when to shut off the video in the case of a severe beatdown, like the one BBPD gave that nigger.


"case of a severe beatdown, like the one BBPD gave that nigger".


Once they caught a glimpse they got home sick. You would have felt the same.
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Dooshe

Re: Suggestion for new patrol cars

Postby Dooshe » Mon Dec 11, 2017 8:55 pm

Ok EL or GL or whatever you are moderator!! Oh YouTube guy or county clerk guy or comma guy or civilian posing as a cop guy. GFU!!!
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Guest

Re: Suggestion for new patrol cars

Postby Guest » Mon Dec 11, 2017 9:43 pm

Guest wrote:I don't think you can completely eliminate the helicopter. They are needed to follow suspect cars or during pursuits....any fluid type incident. Drones should be used for everything else. The agency could scale back on the use of the helicopter though to save the taxpayers money.

Also we need the helicopter to fly those politically connected people around so the agency can collect that tax dollar.


Others have them. County code enforcement uses them frequently.
How many drones do we have now ?
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Guest

Re: Suggestion for new patrol cars

Postby Guest » Thu Dec 14, 2017 3:59 am

Time to go to black and whites, the color of real police vehicles.
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