This is the letter I sent in response...
Thank you for the recent letter and copy of the training directive. I will not dispute the findings regarding Officer Schaeffer's actions, as intent has to count for something. I would have appreciated simply being asked though. I am glad I was able to provide some small help in regards to information regarding open carry.
I would like to ask, if/when a stop should happen again, can I presume given peaceable actions on my part before I am approached I can expect a similar "low key" approach, as opposed to say being physically manhandled? Also, as one more point of clarification, what if I had no backpack to put my weapon into? Where would it have gone when it was returned? I can understand from the interest of officer safety seperating the gun and ammo, but I had a speedloader in my left pocket, which was known to the officers. Had I been of evil intent, I could have easily and quickly recovered and reloaded my weapon. The fact that the speedloader was ignored makes me question some of the actions here. If I had been carrying my 9mm with a spare mag, reloading would have even been simpler.
I would enjoy knowing in greater detail the protocol OPD follows in stops of this nature. I am not disputing the right to officer safety any more than you dispute my right to bear arms. But I believe knowing (and of course sharing on opencarry.org) OPD doctrine would be benificial for both parties.
I appreciate the time and effort you put into this manner, and will be expressing that in a letter to Chief Michel.