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    Had a conversation with a individual on Friday about o/c. He rufused to believe that o/c was legal , we discussed this for an hour until i gave up and went to retrive the iformation pamphlet which he then was shocked. He told me he had a friend who was a DP officer and that he was coming over today I told him to ask then show him the information i gave him ,and i told him i will be coming over o/c ing with his permission. Will see what happens.

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    You should print out the MSP Legal Update instead.

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    Did that too, I gave him everything i could find. thanks

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    Overload em with info from so many credible sources that they cannot help but realize it's legal
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    Or send them to a MOC meeting.
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    We know the DPD already has problems with OC. Ask TheSzerdi or Veritas. Both have had major problems with them. Veritas got the better end of the deal, TheSzerdi, unfortunately did not, and has court in order to get his confinscated property back.
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    well i talked to the D P officer while o/c ing and to my suprise he was good with it and said he knew it was legal to o/c, We talked a bit and i went on my way. Not a bad guy he has been a police officer for over 20 years.

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    I have to believe that most of the trouble comes from officers and unit commanders that choose to ignore the law rather than that they don't know the law.

    I think they have an idea that it shouldn't be legal so thats how they handle it. Untill we call them on it often enough they will just keep on jerkin people around and making a bad name for the good LEO's out there.
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    If they all knew the laws as good as they thought, they should be lawyers. They'd get paid more.
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