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Anyone have police stickers on there car or seen it - June 17, 2008, 12:58 PM

They are all black with blue line in the middle, n if u have what u think about on a bike?
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June 17, 2008, 01:07 PM

I've seen them on bikes all the time, just get the teeny sticker to put on your tag.


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June 17, 2008, 01:09 PM

i always wondered what the hell those stickers was...what are they for?
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they dont meen crap.


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June 17, 2008, 01:13 PM

I would still run w/one of those stickers on lol. Anyone have blue and red strobes

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June 17, 2008, 01:34 PM

i thought it met that you had a family member that is a cop.


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i thought it met that you had a family member that is a cop.
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yea, and they really dont do crap unless the person who pulled you knows your family member.


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June 17, 2008, 01:43 PM

Yea they dont mean crap..unless your the cop driving.
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June 17, 2008, 01:47 PM

I didn't know how easy they were to obtain. I have one on my car now, but a police officer put it there, I haven't gotten around to putting one on my bike, and don't know if I will. The one on my car has gotten me out of a ticket, by referencing the cops name who gave it to me.


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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Thin_Blue_Line_(emblem)

The Thin Blue Line is a controversial symbol that Law Enforcement Officers in the United States use to identify other officers, their spouses and other family members.

Proponents of the symbol claim that the blue strip between two larger blocks of black symbolically represents the officers place in the world, separating the "good" from the "bad".

The colors also carry a dual meaning, with the black serving as a reminder of fallen officers and the blue, a color long associated with law enforcement, representing the camaraderie of those still standing.


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When they started, it was a police only availability, now you can buy them all over the place. Police officers now demand proof if you try to say you are related to a police officer.

They can actually backfire if the officer stopping you thinks you have it just to avoid tickets.


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When they started, it was a police only availability, now you can buy them all over the place. Police officers now demand proof if you try to say you are related to a police officer.

They can actually backfire if the officer stopping you thinks you have it just to avoid tickets.
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When they started, it was a police only availability, now you can buy them all over the place. Police officers now demand proof if you try to say you are related to a police officer.

They can actually backfire if the officer stopping you thinks you have it just to avoid tickets.
You can just say you have it there as a reminder of fallen officers. But that makes you a douchebag if you're just trying to avoid a ticket.


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The wiki explained what it is. If you put that on there and you dont have a family member who is a LEO, good luck in getting a warning.

Most have it to at least let the LEO know your affiliations, but they still verify.

I would never put that or FOP plates on my vehicles, they scream "KEY ME".


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The wiki explained what it is. If you put that on there and you dont have a family member who is a LEO, good luck in getting a warning.

Most have it to at least let the LEO know your affiliations, but they still verify.

I would never put that or FOP plates on my vehicles, they scream "KEY ME".
Worse than that... because everyone knows what it is and because MS13 has vowed to kill law enforcement officers, you'd be stupid to put one on your vehicle. And yes, I have heard of people being targeted because of the thin blue line sticker.

Yeah, maybe it's a bit of "over reacting" but why tempt fate?

BTW, name dropping and the sticker don't necessarily get you out of a ticket. Instead, a lot of officers will still write the ticket and then tell you to have your "connection" contact them to talk about it. YMMV


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