Hamilton PD A+

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Hamilton PD A+

Postby Dewman » Fri Nov 27, 2015 4:41 pm

Had my first encounter with Hamilton PD today.
My truck was broken into and some tools and other items taken. So I needed a Police Report to cover some of it.

At the start of the video I was across the street checking on my 80 year old neighbor that had just had back surgery.

No issues about the sidearm that I open carried. The one officer was a little more on the nervous /cautious side than the other. On the other side I had about half a pot of coffee down me and was {inappropriate language}.

But in the making of this video no one was disarmed.

Link to my one drive for the video. http://1drv.ms/1YyA1Nt
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Re: Hamilton PD A+

Postby glocksmith » Sat Nov 28, 2015 9:27 am

Yeah, they were a bit stand-offish and at the ready. Not your fault though, it happens to a lot of us. I got the same attitude the time I had to call the cops, although I wasn't carrying. They seemed to relax after chatting with me for a few minutes.
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Re: Hamilton PD A+

Postby Brian D. » Sat Nov 28, 2015 10:06 am

Couldn't hear (maybe there wasn't audio?) but that looked like typical "interview stance" with someone not known to the officers. To be honest it's much the same with most of us in fire/EMS, we're not there to give hugs or lollipops.
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Re: Hamilton PD A+

Postby Dewman » Sat Nov 28, 2015 10:14 am

hugs or lollipops. Was not looking for either one .
Would have been nice if they had gone down about 1 block and kicked in the door. Then drag him out by the mullet kicking and screaming.
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Re: Hamilton PD A+

Postby Brian D. » Sat Nov 28, 2015 11:16 am

Dewman wrote:hugs or lollipops. Was not looking for either one .
Would have been nice if they had gone down about 1 block and kicked in the door. Then drag him out by the mullet kicking and screaming.


Yeah I get that about the 'hugs or lollipops', it was said just as a general thing. Not really aimed at anybody on here. We are not a naive bunch.

As for your desire for the cops to go kick that door in...probably many among this forum have been stolen from too, we feel your pain. if you saw where my pickup was parked when the thief broke into the good aluminum toolbox mounted to the bed and stole my AR-15, you'd be a little surprised 9I sure was) because that street is so busy.

Wish there had been a video camera pointed in that direction, but alas.
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