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(NJ.com)   Decal containing the POL of POLICE "falls off" police car door. What could possibly freak people out in a sanctuary town?   ( nj.com) divider line
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2018-08-09 04:33:27 PM  
BABY
 
2018-08-09 04:44:51 PM  
ect and serve
 
2018-08-09 04:57:13 PM  
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2018-08-09 05:22:09 PM  
So according to those pictures on the right side of the truck it says 'LICE'?
 
2018-08-09 05:26:23 PM  
"The repaired truck in the photo will be receiving the rest of its decal this Friday," the post said.

And they let a cruiser in need of repairs out of the motor pool because....?
 
2018-08-09 05:26:53 PM  
That's weird, the same thing happened years ago with their MIGRAtory birds van.
 
2018-08-09 05:28:27 PM  
The door has been replaced at the local body shop and is on it's way to the vinyl shop to have the logo reinstalled.  This happens all the time in my town. Usually there's a big "out of service" thing on top of them.  People have no sense.
 
2018-08-09 05:30:28 PM  
That's weird, because when ICE carries out raids, their vests and jackets say Police, but they're not police. Maybe these police can get the "POL" from them since they have extra.
 
2018-08-09 05:31:29 PM  
There ain't no cure for stupid.
 
2018-08-09 05:35:18 PM  
Common sense just isn't common anymore.
 
2018-08-09 05:39:06 PM  
I wish fark would lose its POL.
 
2018-08-09 05:39:54 PM  

hissatsu: That's weird, because when ICE carries out raids, their vests and jackets say Police, but they're not police. Maybe these police can get the "POL" from them since they have extra.


1. Okay, that was pretty funny.

2. I think, since they're sworn Law Enforcement, they can get away with "police". It's a much more generic term than, say, "Sheriff" or "Sate Police" or "Wildlife Officer".  I wouldn't be surprised if they rationalize it with the notion that saying "police" to someone will be immediately and clearly understood in more languages.

3. Still, fark ICE.
 
2018-08-09 05:40:55 PM  

King Something: "The repaired truck in the photo will be receiving the rest of its decal this Friday," the post said.

And they let a cruiser in need of repairs out of the motor pool because....?


I once saw a police car drive by at night with one headlight burnt out. I can only assume it was heading back to the police garage.
 
2018-08-09 05:43:40 PM  

lionfish: The door has been replaced at the local body shop and is on it's way to the vinyl shop to have the logo reinstalled.  This happens all the time in my town. Usually there's a big "out of service" thing on top of them.  People have no sense.


It happens all the time with any commercial vehicle.  Which I noticed auto part drivers don't have decals advertising their stores anymore, any of them.  Just plain small trucks with DOT stickers.  Says a lot about their driving, cheaper to not decal.

My FIL years ago, when he still worked for ADT had that problem.  He had gotten into a minor crash.  Silly enough he was trying to stop to help another motorist, and slid into them on a winter morning.  That's pretty much how he tends to help people, good intention is there, but watch out.  Well, after he got the work truck back from the body shop, he took it to get the decal replaced to get it back to looking right.  ADT wrote him up for not having approval to do so.
 
2018-08-09 05:46:35 PM  
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2018-08-09 05:49:24 PM  

Miniac78: Common sense just isn't common anymore.


Just like math.

King Something: "The repaired truck in the photo will be receiving the rest of its decal this Friday," the post said.

And they let a cruiser in need of repairs out of the motor pool because....?


A lot of police departments have less patrol vehicles than officers.  Usually enough to cover a shift, and not much more.  Flint is one of those such departments.  They can't get their computer up and running right, they still patrol with it.  Just means the officer has to call dispatch for running DL/IDs, plates, and other such things like the old days.  If they need it on the road, a sticker isn't enough to stop using a working patrol vehicle.  State police tend to have that kind of budget for good running cars for every officer, but not smaller departments.
 
2018-08-09 05:54:16 PM  
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2018-08-09 05:54:50 PM  
"Man, that is some flagrant false advertising!"

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2018-08-09 06:17:28 PM  

King Something: "The repaired truck in the photo will be receiving the rest of its decal this Friday," the post said.

And they let a cruiser in need of repairs out of the motor pool because....?


Smaller police departments send their cars to private shops for repair.  Those private shops almost always park the car out in front of their shop because of the belief it detours thieves.  Not everyone has the resources of the NYPD or LAPD.
 
2018-08-09 06:38:16 PM  

King Something: "The repaired truck in the photo will be receiving the rest of its decal this Friday," the post said.

And they let a cruiser in need of repairs out of the motor pool because....?


To strike fear
 
2018-08-09 06:48:05 PM  
Yeah, the decal fell off. That's just what they want you to think, José.
 
NFA
2018-08-09 06:57:51 PM  
The decal "fell off".

Sure, Lou, sure.
 
2018-08-09 07:17:17 PM  

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Nobody tell Trump about sky jail.
 
2018-08-09 08:30:57 PM  
Space cadets ftw
 
2018-08-09 08:53:59 PM  

anustart: hissatsu: That's weird, because when ICE carries out raids, their vests and jackets say Police, but they're not police. Maybe these police can get the "POL" from them since they have extra.

1. Okay, that was pretty funny.

2. I think, since they're sworn Law Enforcement, they can get away with "police". It's a much more generic term than, say, "Sheriff" or "Sate Police" or "Wildlife Officer".  I wouldn't be surprised if they rationalize it with the notion that saying "police" to someone will be immediately and clearly understood in more languages.

3. Still, fark ICE.


When we want Canadian opinion over our immigration enforcement, we'll call you.

Don't wait up.
 
2018-08-09 09:00:38 PM  
Why would legal residents be worried.
 
2018-08-09 09:11:02 PM  

stuffy: Why would legal residents be worried.


If they're brown, run 'em out of town
 
2018-08-09 09:14:15 PM  

gar1013: anustart: hissatsu: That's weird, because when ICE carries out raids, their vests and jackets say Police, but they're not police. Maybe these police can get the "POL" from them since they have extra.

1. Okay, that was pretty funny.

2. I think, since they're sworn Law Enforcement, they can get away with "police". It's a much more generic term than, say, "Sheriff" or "Sate Police" or "Wildlife Officer".  I wouldn't be surprised if they rationalize it with the notion that saying "police" to someone will be immediately and clearly understood in more languages.

3. Still, fark ICE.

When we want Canadian opinion over our immigration enforcement, we'll call you.

Don't wait up.


You'll get over it.  Or you won't. Don't really care either way.

Besides, your policies affect my daily life. My head office is in Dallas and the resulting paranoia when it comes to verifying immigration status of everyone we even do arms-length business with is insane. Try telling some giant continent-wide transport company in Winnipeg that you want them to send you proof of immigration status for every subcontracted driver that might ever touch your puny volume of on-demand freight between Toronto and Quebec City and the reaction is pretty much "go fark yourself". But that's still what my American bosses expect me to get, even though we have no legal exposure.

I deal with the results of your immigration enforcement every day, and I don't even have any U.S. operations accountability.
 
2018-08-09 10:18:54 PM  

anustart: hissatsu: That's weird, because when ICE carries out raids, their vests and jackets say Police, but they're not police. Maybe these police can get the "POL" from them since they have extra.

1. Okay, that was pretty funny.

2. I think, since they're sworn Law Enforcement, they can get away with "police". It's a much more generic term than, say, "Sheriff" or "Sate Police" or "Wildlife Officer".  I wouldn't be surprised if they rationalize it with the notion that saying "police" to someone will be immediately and clearly understood in more languages.

3. Still, fark ICE.


Fark you.

We have a right to remove people that don't belong here.  Same with RCMP border police.
 
2018-08-09 10:21:51 PM  

anustart: gar1013: anustart: hissatsu: That's weird, because when ICE carries out raids, their vests and jackets say Police, but they're not police. Maybe these police can get the "POL" from them since they have extra.

1. Okay, that was pretty funny.

2. I think, since they're sworn Law Enforcement, they can get away with "police". It's a much more generic term than, say, "Sheriff" or "Sate Police" or "Wildlife Officer".  I wouldn't be surprised if they rationalize it with the notion that saying "police" to someone will be immediately and clearly understood in more languages.

3. Still, fark ICE.

When we want Canadian opinion over our immigration enforcement, we'll call you.

Don't wait up.

You'll get over it.  Or you won't. Don't really care either way.

Besides, your policies affect my daily life. My head office is in Dallas and the resulting paranoia when it comes to verifying immigration status of everyone we even do arms-length business with is insane. Try telling some giant continent-wide transport company in Winnipeg that you want them to send you proof of immigration status for every subcontracted driver that might ever touch your puny volume of on-demand freight between Toronto and Quebec City and the reaction is pretty much "go fark yourself". But that's still what my American bosses expect me to get, even though we have no legal exposure.

I deal with the results of your immigration enforcement every day, and I don't even have any U.S. operations accountability.


Canada is super strict on it's immigration laws.

Stop whining.
 
2018-08-09 10:26:39 PM  

HumanSVD: anustart: gar1013: anustart: hissatsu: That's weird, because when ICE carries out raids, their vests and jackets say Police, but they're not police. Maybe these police can get the "POL" from them since they have extra.

1. Okay, that was pretty funny.

2. I think, since they're sworn Law Enforcement, they can get away with "police". It's a much more generic term than, say, "Sheriff" or "Sate Police" or "Wildlife Officer".  I wouldn't be surprised if they rationalize it with the notion that saying "police" to someone will be immediately and clearly understood in more languages.

3. Still, fark ICE.

When we want Canadian opinion over our immigration enforcement, we'll call you.

Don't wait up.

You'll get over it.  Or you won't. Don't really care either way.

Besides, your policies affect my daily life. My head office is in Dallas and the resulting paranoia when it comes to verifying immigration status of everyone we even do arms-length business with is insane. Try telling some giant continent-wide transport company in Winnipeg that you want them to send you proof of immigration status for every subcontracted driver that might ever touch your puny volume of on-demand freight between Toronto and Quebec City and the reaction is pretty much "go fark yourself". But that's still what my American bosses expect me to get, even though we have no legal exposure.

I deal with the results of your immigration enforcement every day, and I don't even have any U.S. operations accountability.

Canada is super strict on it's immigration laws.

Stop whining.


Yes we are, and they're far too convoluted.  BUT we  also don't put toddlers in prison away from their parents or create religious and racial litmus tests for immigrants.

(It's mainly about keeping as many Americans out as possible, really.)
 
2018-08-09 10:34:38 PM  

anustart: HumanSVD: anustart: gar1013: anustart: hissatsu: That's weird, because when ICE carries out raids, their vests and jackets say Police, but they're not police. Maybe these police can get the "POL" from them since they have extra.

1. Okay, that was pretty funny.

2. I think, since they're sworn Law Enforcement, they can get away with "police". It's a much more generic term than, say, "Sheriff" or "Sate Police" or "Wildlife Officer".  I wouldn't be surprised if they rationalize it with the notion that saying "police" to someone will be immediately and clearly understood in more languages.

3. Still, fark ICE.

When we want Canadian opinion over our immigration enforcement, we'll call you.

Don't wait up.

You'll get over it.  Or you won't. Don't really care either way.

Besides, your policies affect my daily life. My head office is in Dallas and the resulting paranoia when it comes to verifying immigration status of everyone we even do arms-length business with is insane. Try telling some giant continent-wide transport company in Winnipeg that you want them to send you proof of immigration status for every subcontracted driver that might ever touch your puny volume of on-demand freight between Toronto and Quebec City and the reaction is pretty much "go fark yourself". But that's still what my American bosses expect me to get, even though we have no legal exposure.

I deal with the results of your immigration enforcement every day, and I don't even have any U.S. operations accountability.

Canada is super strict on it's immigration laws.

Stop whining.

Yes we are, and they're far too convoluted.  BUT we  also don't put toddlers in prison away from their parents or create religious and racial litmus tests for immigrants.

(It's mainly about keeping as many Americans out as possible, really.)


With half of the population wanting America to embrace the 'white power' movement, and the toadstool-in-chief who encourages that, I really cannot blame you.

This toadstool in the WH is an embarrassment, not only to Americans, but the human race as a whole
 
2018-08-09 11:44:52 PM  

gar1013: anustart: hissatsu: That's weird, because when ICE carries out raids, their vests and jackets say Police, but they're not police. Maybe these police can get the "POL" from them since they have extra.

1. Okay, that was pretty funny.

2. I think, since they're sworn Law Enforcement, they can get away with "police". It's a much more generic term than, say, "Sheriff" or "Sate Police" or "Wildlife Officer".  I wouldn't be surprised if they rationalize it with the notion that saying "police" to someone will be immediately and clearly understood in more languages.

3. Still, fark ICE.

When we want Canadian opinion over our immigration enforcement, we'll call you.

Don't wait up.


Nobody called you, but you threadshiat anyway.
 
2018-08-09 11:48:00 PM  

HumanSVD: anustart: hissatsu: That's weird, because when ICE carries out raids, their vests and jackets say Police, but they're not police. Maybe these police can get the "POL" from them since they have extra.

1. Okay, that was pretty funny.

2. I think, since they're sworn Law Enforcement, they can get away with "police". It's a much more generic term than, say, "Sheriff" or "Sate Police" or "Wildlife Officer".  I wouldn't be surprised if they rationalize it with the notion that saying "police" to someone will be immediately and clearly understood in more languages.

3. Still, fark ICE.

Fark you.

We have a right to remove people that don't belong here.  Same with RCMP border police.


ICE has only been around since 2002. We've had borders MUCH longer than that. How does the government's cock taste?
 
2018-08-10 09:33:56 AM  

jtown: [img.fark.net image 850x636]

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First one is an obvious photoshop. not sure about the starbucks van
 
2018-08-10 03:10:34 PM  

stuffy: Why would legal residents be worried.


They're not. I lived in Colorado Springs some time back. Someone started a hoax rumor that ICE would sweep through the public soccer fields that weekend. That was the ONLY weekend that the fields were not only not packed all day but completely barren.

Approximately 1 million immigrants a year find a way to do so legally and I am part of that number. Borders exist for a reason. You don't get to whine about not letting illegal immigrants on one hand and then complain about the Russians tampering with our elections on the other unless you want to sound like a moron.

National security is a thing and borders are secured for a reason, whether they be physical or electronic.
 
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