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(Toronto Star)   Hidden contraband? Make the suspect take off their clothes. Concealing a weapon? Make the suspect take off their clothes. Speeding ticket? Clothes off, pal. Jaywalking? Naked time, buster   (thestar.com) divider line 32
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2014-01-17 10:14:26 AM  
The board implemented a policy on "level 3" strip searches that dictates when and how a search is conducted, as laid out by the Supreme Court in 2001...There must always be a piece of clothing on the person being searched. For example, if the pants and underwear are off, a shirt must be on, and so on.

This sounds like it could be the foundation of a fun party game.
 
2014-01-17 10:25:59 AM  
What about streaking?
 
2014-01-17 10:27:05 AM  
not if they're a kindergartner. apparently, 'speaking as a mother', it's frowned upon
 
2014-01-17 10:28:08 AM  
These folks are lucky thats all that happened. In the course of any interaction with a police officer, that officer has the right to end your life by any means they see fit. That's a major part of their reason for existing.
 
2014-01-17 10:28:13 AM  
That's a strippin.
 
2014-01-17 10:28:43 AM  
I'm gonna have to start breaking more laws.
 
2014-01-17 10:30:39 AM  
There must always be a piece of clothing on the person being searched. For example, if the pants and underwear are off, a shirt must be on, and so on.

Well that sounds pretty stupid and open to abuse. So a cop can make me get totally naked, but as long as I have a glove on he can claim he didn't strip search me and that he respected my rights and obeyed the law?
 
2014-01-17 10:31:04 AM  
that cop's a  perv.
 
2014-01-17 10:31:19 AM  
Who do these freaks then they are, New Mexico?!?!?
 
2014-01-17 10:34:07 AM  
static2.wikia.nocookie.net

BUSTER!!

 
2014-01-17 10:38:33 AM  
Peeps just wanna feel 'safe'
 
2014-01-17 10:42:39 AM  

Walker: Well that sounds pretty stupid and open to abuse. So a cop can make me get totally naked, but as long as I have a glove on he can claim he didn't strip search me and that he respected my rights and obeyed the law?


That depends on where you're wearing the glove, I suppose.
 
2014-01-17 10:43:40 AM  

sbchamp: Peeps just wanna feel 'safe'



And cops just wanna safe 'feel.'
 
2014-01-17 10:43:47 AM  
at least he wasn't the agent from Beavis and Butthead Do America

Agent Fleming:

Agent Hurly, I want you to give this scumbag a cavity search. I'm talking Roto-Rooter. Don't stop until you

reach the back of his teeth
 
2014-01-17 10:46:16 AM  
This is one of the funniest Fark headlines I've ever read.  Good job, Subby.
 
2014-01-17 10:47:10 AM  

Pocket Ninja: The board implemented a policy on "level 3" strip searches that dictates when and how a search is conducted, as laid out by the Supreme Court in 2001...There must always be a piece of clothing on the person being searched. For example, if the pants and underwear are off, a shirt must be on, and so on.

This sounds like it could be the foundation of a fun party game.



You mean, there could be more?

I...I think my eyes may be sparkling.
 
2014-01-17 10:47:26 AM  

grimnir: Walker: Well that sounds pretty stupid and open to abuse. So a cop can make me get totally naked, but as long as I have a glove on he can claim he didn't strip search me and that he respected my rights and obeyed the law?

That depends on where you're wearing the glove, I suppose.


Touche
 
2014-01-17 10:49:43 AM  

Walker: There must always be a piece of clothing on the person being searched. For example, if the pants and underwear are off, a shirt must be on, and so on.

Well that sounds pretty stupid and open to abuse. So a cop can make me get totally naked, but as long as I have a glove on he can claim he didn't strip search me and that he respected my rights and obeyed the law?


If this was the US, then it would be upheld by the USSC, 5-4.

The board implemented a policy on "level 3" strip searches that dictates when and how a search is conducted, as laid out by the Supreme Court in 2001...There must always be a piece of clothing on the person being searched. For example, if the pants and underwear are off, a shirt must be on, and so on.

Is this police policy or a game from "Who's Line is it Anyway?"

/where the rights don't count and the freedoms are totally made up
 
2014-01-17 10:52:22 AM  
I don't get it.  I mean, I don't want to see approx. 95% of the population naked, for any reason.  If any, of the vast majority of people, began taking off their clothes, I would be headed for the door.  If I were a cop, I would pull my weapon and order them to put their farking clothes back on, or I'll shoot.
 
2014-01-17 10:53:03 AM  

Arkanaut: What about streaking?


Carrot Top picks out your wardrobe.
 
2014-01-17 10:54:17 AM  

Pocket Ninja: The board implemented a policy on "level 3" strip searches that dictates when and how a search is conducted, as laid out by the Supreme Court in 2001...There must always be a piece of clothing on the person being searched. For example, if the pants and underwear are off, a shirt must be on, and so on.

This sounds like it could be the foundation of a fun party game.


Sounds like a bit from "Who's line is it anyway?"
 
2014-01-17 10:57:27 AM  
The government is out of control. Snowden is an enemy of the state for revealing that NSA  and other 3 letter agencies spy on American citizens and foreign leaders. The fact that the monitoring was against the law they claim to uphold is not the issue.

An independent watchdog agency should be established to keep a tight leash on the spooks. And give them authority to examine everything. When PD goes to complete encryption for communications, what safeguard is in place to prevent abuse of power by PD?

Police Departments must operate under laws made by Congress and their own states; legislators. Policies vary by department and, jurisdictions.  Allowing Police Department to investigate themselves has to be legislatively removed from all states.
 
2014-01-17 11:00:31 AM  

6655321: The government is out of control. Snowden is an enemy of the state for revealing that NSA  and other 3 letter agencies spy on American citizens and foreign leaders. The fact that the monitoring was against the law they claim to uphold is not the issue.

An independent watchdog agency should be established to keep a tight leash on the spooks. And give them authority to examine everything. When PD goes to complete encryption for communications, what safeguard is in place to prevent abuse of power by PD?

Police Departments must operate under laws made by Congress and their own states; legislators. Policies vary by department and, jurisdictions.  Allowing Police Department to investigate themselves has to be legislatively removed from all states.


Why should congress get to dictate what Canadian police do?
 
2014-01-17 11:09:33 AM  
I'm picking up more of a "dumb cop" vibe rather than a perv vibe.


A tribe called perv vibe.
 
2014-01-17 11:23:55 AM  
www.nytmare.org
 
2014-01-17 11:58:01 AM  

Egoy3k: 6655321: The government is out of control. Snowden is an enemy of the state for revealing that NSA  and other 3 letter agencies spy on American citizens and foreign leaders. The fact that the monitoring was against the law they claim to uphold is not the issue.

An independent watchdog agency should be established to keep a tight leash on the spooks. And give them authority to examine everything. When PD goes to complete encryption for communications, what safeguard is in place to prevent abuse of power by PD?

Police Departments must operate under laws made by Congress and their own states; legislators. Policies vary by department and, jurisdictions.  Allowing Police Department to investigate themselves has to be legislatively removed from all states.

Why should congress get to dictate what Canadian police do?


USA!  USA!  That's why!!

/ Were strip searches conducted at a Tim Hortons.
// Don't trust Canadian stories that don't mention Tim Hortons.
 
2014-01-17 12:16:08 PM  
The one piece of clothing strip search rule is idiotic.
You could have the person take everything off except for their shirt and then cavity search them.
Then you could have them put their socks back on and then remove their shirt.
Problem solved and search done within the law.
 
2014-01-17 12:42:15 PM  
The board implemented a policy on "level 4" strip searches that dictates when and how a search is conducted, as laid out by the Supreme Court in 2001:  It ain't no fun if the homies can't have none.
 
2014-01-17 01:52:01 PM  
FTFA: "Updated: GTA mayors meet to ask province for storm help"

images1.wikia.nocookie.net
www.grandtheftwiki.com

Gents, a storm is last thing you need help from ... I'm gonna be throwin' down 'nades and make you think it was rainin'...
 
2014-01-17 02:47:45 PM  
Epic headline, Subby.  I'm still laughing.

10/10
 
2014-01-17 04:24:04 PM  
www.wendybox.com I'm ok with this.
 
2014-01-17 09:39:16 PM  
Sort of like Dr. Kim?
 
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