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Old 07-09-2016, 05:05 PM   #1
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Default Dallas Police HQ on Lockdown, Swat teams outside.

http://www.wfaa.com/news/reports-dpd...reat/268431154

SWAT swarms parking garage by DPD headquarters with weapons drawn
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Old 07-09-2016, 05:17 PM   #2
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"suspicious person cornered in parking garage"
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Old 07-09-2016, 05:37 PM   #3
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really hope nothing else happens.
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Old 07-09-2016, 05:49 PM   #4
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No DPD lockdown per Dallas DPD.
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I heard cops in my city have assault rifles in their cars right now. If people were ever going to give the boys in blue a wide berth, now is a good time.
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ok so reports coming in. No lock down, no shots fired.

Just a shotgun breach being used in the garage because of a suspicious person.
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From what I have heard the Dallas Police Department is one of the better ones in the U.S. too bad.
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Why would they need shotguns to breach doors and use devices to open locks on fences in their own department?
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Why would they need shotguns to breach doors and use devices to open locks on fences in their own department?
To protect themselves from a potential BLM whack job terrorist that wants to kill them maybe
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To protect themselves from a potential BLM whack job terrorist that wants to kill them maybe
In a building they work in, they needed to shoot doors open?

As for your quote... lol.
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There was someone who got into their garage, when spotted by police, they ran off.
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There was someone who got into their garage, when spotted by police, they ran off.
Allegedly.
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In a building they work in, they needed to shoot doors open?

As for your quote... lol.
You nor I know the security posture of the building.
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Why would they need shotguns to breach doors and use devices to open locks on fences in their own department?
Maybe they thought they were going to be overrun by the Black Power/Panther/ Muslim/Socialist/BLM/Boko Haram/Obama/Assasins Brotherhood.
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yea they have no reason to be nervous only 5 of them died the other day
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yea they have no reason to be nervous only 5 of them died the other day
At the hands of the Bkack Power Assasins Network no less...oh wait it was bull****.
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At the hands of the Bkack Power Assasins Network no less...oh wait it was bull****.
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Crowds line up to hug Dallas police officers after prayer service http://mashable.com/2016/07/09/crowd.../#yFHbMM7C805r

How's about something positive!
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Crowds line up to hug Dallas police officers after prayer service http://mashable.com/2016/07/09/crowd.../#yFHbMM7C805r

How's about something positive!
I truly believe that major crises such as these do more to bring people together in support than separate us.
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From what I have heard the Dallas Police Department is one of the better ones in the U.S. too bad.
Anytime a police department has a robot you can send in a crisis situation loaded with a bomb you can detonate remotely, it's bad ass in my mind.

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It's been tough being a cop for the last 2-3 years.
I'm pro law enforcement 100%. However, our justice system needs to be looked at on a case by case basis, and I say case by case because for most part our justice system works as intended.
That being said, we've had cases in the last two-three years without having to go too far back, in which some cops have gotten away with murder.
This has triggered some of these events taking place because people remember that justice has failed them.
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Anytime a police department has a robot you can send in a crisis situation loaded with a bomb you can detonate remotely, it's bad ass in my mind.
Eventually I think the state patrol will send out a robot or drone during traffic stops to give you a ticket.

I think part of the problem is that traffic cops create an us against them interaction with the police for everyone on the road which leads to a subconscious dislike of the police.

If they could somehow separate the traffic cops and rename them road safety people, etc then the normal police who come to the rescue would have a better image overall I think.
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Eventually I think the state patrol will send out a robot or drone during traffic stops to give you a ticket.

I think part of the problem is that traffic cops create an us against them interaction with the police for everyone on the road which leads to a subconscious dislike of the police.

If they could somehow separate the traffic cops and rename them road safety people, etc then the normal police who come to the rescue would have a better image overall I think.
That's a training issue and it's correctable.
I've been pulled over by cops -specially state troopers- that has ended up in a nice conversation, whether a ticket was issue or not, and I have traffic encounters with cops like the a-holes in Aurora that come up to you aggressively and intimidating for no reason, just because they can

The state troopers are better trained, and better equipped to handle any type of situation, in moments of chaos they're always as cool as cucumbers.
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That's a training issue and it's correctable.
I've been pulled over by cops -specially state troopers- that has ended up in a nice conversation, whether a ticket was issue or not, and I have traffic encounters with cops like the a-holes in Aurora that come up to you aggressively and intimidating for no reason, just because they can

The state troopers are better trained, and better equipped to handle any type of situation, in moments of chaos they're always as cool as cucumbers.
Well I was talking more about driving creates this antagonistic relationship between drivers and cops because anyone can break the law by speeding or other traffic violations. So on the road the cops become the enemy subconsciously.

And this negates all the good things cops can do when people need help or need aid.

So if you could separate the two I think it would help the police force. For example traffic robots as a separate entity from the police/cops.
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