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Old January 11, 2011, 12:48 PM   #7
Single Six
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Join Date: January 31, 2010
Location: N.C.
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This has happened before and will happen again. Off-duty and undercover officers need to try to remember that in that sort of situation, when Uniformed Patrol arrives, THEY are in charge. They should follow all commands the patrolmen give them, and all will be sorted out in a few minutes. Until then, the plainclothes officer is in serious danger. In the small town where I serve as a LEO, all the officers know each other...but we could just as easily encounter a similar situation with a visiting federal agent or officer from another jurisdiction.
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