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    Mags got a reaction from goldencandy610 in LSPDFR Works, but most plugins dont load   
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    Mags got a reaction from SCPDUnit23 in Upcoming Vehicle Pack: Codename Project Overhaul   
    Very cool! Can't wait to see more pictures
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    Mags got a reaction from Deputy Carnes in ISO: Michigan state police vehicles   
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    Mags got a reaction from Black Jesus in Ford Police Interceptor Sedan To Be Discontinued   
    they are only touching the "cars" SUV's and trucks they are going to keep producing 
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    Mags got a reaction from Black Jesus in Ford Police Interceptor Sedan To Be Discontinued   
    they are only touching the "cars" SUV's and trucks they are going to keep producing 
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    Mags got a reaction from TheDivineHustle in Volunteer Sheriff Constable Shoots Fleeing Suspect   
    A few things that you have to look at here. With my experience in Law Enforcement here are my thoughts...
     
     
    There should never be a volunteer law enforcement position in any agency. Period. Being in a full time position I get hundreds of hours of training every year I will be wiling to guarantee that the volunteer does not.  (My agency does not have this position) Vehicles are tricky in themselves. I'm not going to Monday night quarterback an officers decision... I wasn't there  everyone can sit here all day for hours critiquing the officers decision that he had to make in seconds.   With vehicles you have to determine was the "perp" in the vehicle  A - Trying to get away from you B - Trying to harm you With that being said I will say this once the shots were fired the Perp drove straight and escaped that way. Why when they asked him to get out of the car he backed up towards the police vehicles and other officers? Why not drive forward?
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    Mags got a reaction from Echo Six Gaming Squad in question to distinguish the georgia state police   
    Georgia Department of Public safety has three departments under them:
     
    Georgia State Patrol 
    Motor Carrier Compliance Division 
    Capitol Police
     
    GSP they are troopers. MCCD and Capitol police are Officers, but all three have state wide jurisdiction.
     
    GSP mostly handles the interstates , but in some of the smaller counties they answer calls, conduct traffic stops, handle accidents, handle officer involved accidents, and traffic fatalities. 
     
    MCCD handles the trucks, weight stations etc. They have state wide jurisdiction. They can also pull over regular vehicles as well 
     
    Capitol Police some of the senior guys handle security at the capitol along with the GSP recruits. The other Capitol police officers handle the little calls around the capitol, and lots of traffic enforcement. They also have state wide jurisdiction. 
     
     
    The Chief of GSP is ultimately GSP, MCCD, and Capitol Police's Boss / Chief. He controls all divisions.  
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    Mags got a reaction from Cyan in Grand Theft Auto 6   
    Possible Grand Theft Auto 6 talk
     
     
    https://www.vg247.com/2018/03/06/gta-6-vice-city-miami-female-character-release-date/
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    Mags got a reaction from Pusasaurus in where are all the dev files from gta police mods? other sites?   
    Probably have to wait for someone that maybe still has the file on there personal computer. Or try Bxbugs123 website
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    Mags got a reaction from Officer Swift in [WIP] Hul123 San Andreas Megapack!!   
    Very neat! Nice and different 
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    Mags got a reaction from TheDivineHustle in What cops are really doing when parked in the median   
    no more like kelly clarkson
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    Mags reacted to TheDivineHustle in Oklahoma Police "didn't hear witnesses saying the man was deaf" in fatal   
    Please elaborate to the class on what exactly a taser failure is. The purpose of the taser, to my understanding, is to demobilize the suspect and make them easier to detain. If the taser fails—wouldn't a taser failure imply that it's too late for any other alternative at that point? If the taser failed and officers are now required to resort to lethality, wouldn't it already be too late? An officer is already either hurt or killed at that point because the inefficiency of the taser resulted in a lethal solution. By that time–someone's already hurt. 
     
    Lol funny how everyone always scatters when numbers are pulled. I wish bug spray worked as well as facts did. 
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    Mags got a reaction from TheDivineHustle in Oklahoma Police "didn't hear witnesses saying the man was deaf" in fatal   
    What if he had heart problems, and died due to the taser? 
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    Mags reacted to TheDivineHustle in Oklahoma Police "didn't hear witnesses saying the man was deaf" in fatal   
    I'll answer that for them. They'll say that it's what the officer signed up for because he/she knew the risks when they joined. 
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    Mags got a reaction from TheDivineHustle in Oklahoma Police "didn't hear witnesses saying the man was deaf" in fatal   
    I don't agree with every single shooting a good majority are bad, but a good majority are legal and justified based on law. No officer ever wants to be put in these situations. In this case its unfortunate for both sides, but the man had a weapon.
     
     
    In reply to that. A lot of people have never been in these types of situations ever. lawyers, and the public sometimes take days and weeks judging an incident that a human had to make a split second decision on.  Everyone has a right to have there own opinion, but at the same time until you have been put in one of these situations your opinion is invalid. 
     
    There is no reason for anyone to hold a long metal pipe when walking towards the police what so ever. Yes the man was deaf, but he could see weapons pointed at him.
     
    So my question to everyone is the guy kept walking towards the officers with a pipe. The guy then gets to one of the officers and starts striking him in the head with a pipe then what do we do at that point? Now we have an officer knocked out from a pipe now what do they need to do?  And no the other officers can't shoot because they are worried about hitting that other officer with a bullet. 
     
     
    Everyone wants to say what should've happened, but no one has been put into that situation.  For instance people say you should have tased him? Ok what if the taser was ineffective now the guy is even closer to me with a pipe. Or what if the guy had a heart condition, and died from the taser. Then people would have been like oh you didn't have to tase him.. So its  a lose lose situation. I guess police are supposed to not do anything, and just leave? I don't know . Society watches a lot of NCIS, lethal weapon etc. this stuff on tv is no where close to reality.
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    Mags reacted to DeltaKid in Sandy Shores PD   
    Thanks, yeah I have made all the big ones, looking to try out the small ones now. 
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    Mags reacted to DeltaKid in Sandy Shores PD   
    Working on a concept... Don't want to build an entire skin pack if no one likes it. I do like it, getting a feel from the community.



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    Mags got a reaction from DinoG4M3R in PLS HELP   
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    Mags reacted to TheDivineHustle in Oklahoma Police "didn't hear witnesses saying the man was deaf" in fatal   
    This. Seems as though everyone forgets this right here. When shots are fired by an officer, it's game over. There are no more chances. You're done for, and you probably deserve it. Rest in pieces.
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    Mags reacted to TylerF in Oklahoma Police "didn't hear witnesses saying the man was deaf" in fatal   
    Real life ain't like the movies. You shoot until the threat stops. If it takes more than one bullet, so be it.
     
    People react in all kinds of different ways when they are shot, and the physiological and psychological processes the shooter goes through must be taken in account as well. Read up on the OODA loop.
     
    I figured the officers would be no-billed.
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    Mags got a reaction from TheDivineHustle in Oklahoma Police "didn't hear witnesses saying the man was deaf" in fatal   
    Exactly stopping the threat. You shoot until the threat is down then you reassess the situation. If the subject no longer poses a threat then you render aid to the suspect or other officers. A deadly force encounter is not shoot to wound someone its shoot until there is no longer a threat.
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    Mags got a reaction from TheDivineHustle in Oklahoma Police "didn't hear witnesses saying the man was deaf" in fatal   
    No you don't tackle someone with a metal pipe its not happening. You have to look at the big picture he could possibly hurt you or someone else with that pipe. If you look at any case/ case law any person that had a knife or big objects have been shot and justified.
     
    Georgia Tech police shot a man with a multi tool knife because they asked him multiple times to drop the knife. They had to take out the threat. The shooting ended up being justified.
     
     
    At the end of the day if you were put in that decision I would like you to tackle him and tell me the outcome. 
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    Mags got a reaction from TheDivineHustle in Oklahoma Police "didn't hear witnesses saying the man was deaf" in fatal   
    I don't know the particulars in this case, but this is a general response..
     
    A metal pipe is being used as a deadly weapon, just like a car, just like a knife. The general public always says "why didn't you tase him?" A response to that is you have to be close enough to tase him. The taser probes don't have unlimited string. At that point your putting your self at risk of getting hit by a pipe. Your not going to bring a taser or OC to a knife fight the force option in that is not equal. So say you tase the guy with the pipe and it doesn't make contact has happened thousands of times or the taser has no effect on the person that has also happened then what are you going to do now you are dangerously close to a person that has a pipe with no reasoning.  A pipe can kill just like anything else, its not about coward its about going home at the end of the day. No officer really wants to shoot, and kill anyone. But the general public likes to criticize the officer for not using this force option, when at the end of the day the person who is saying it has no idea what they are talking about, and or has never been put in that situation. 
     
     
    The same people have been invited to do a police simulation on a projector, and was put in a scenario, and has ended up killing someone when it was not justified. Then they said oh dang I didn't realize you only have a couple seconds to make that decision. 
     
     
    A lot of people want to Monday night quarterback a decision that was made, and just end up sounding really ignorant. People should also read state law, and federal laws. 
     
     
     
    The 21 foot rule is used all the time, but of course all situations are circumstantial
     
     
    http://www.policemag.com/channel/weapons/articles/2014/09/revisiting-the-21-foot-rule.aspx
     
     
     
     
     
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    Mags reacted to manios in Looking for feedback   
    Yeah only two vehicles so far - FPIS and FPIU. I was thinking about a 13 FPIU and 15-17 Tahoe as well but Im busy with college so not really sure. Hell maybe even include an Impala or Caprice.
     

    I'd like to see how many real-life cars I can get done first, and then possibly move onto the lore-friendly ones!
    Thanks! Yeah the logo is a tad bit small I guess, I will increase the size of it in future liveries released!
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    Mags reacted to Palmaurian in GTA V Retro Justice Series   
    Hi guys. Retro Justice is a GTA V Youtube Series, dedicated exclusively to the 80s and 90s era of Law Enforcement. Enjoy the series and feel free to express your opinion! 
     
     
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