Thursday, October 20, 2011

locked and loaded

A big THANKS to people who have been sending in pics lately. I really appreciate it!

Tuesday, October 18, 2011

tag! you're it!

I've added a list of my tags to the left. This way you'll be able to do a better search than the "search" features gives you.

For instance, someone mentioned doing a post on Motor Cops recently and I've done a lot of them, yet when I searched the blog, it came up "no posts". However, if you click the "motor cops" tag, you can see a lot of the motor cops posts I've done.

Hope you like this feature!

more from Clark County

She reminds me so much of an actress, but for the life of me, I can't pinpoint who it is! Ugh! Hate when that happens.

Sunday, October 16, 2011

i've always thought..

this officer was handsome. yep, he deserves his own post:) For some reason I keep thinking he's a Sgt. Or maybe he SHOULD be? lol

Tuesday, October 11, 2011

I thought this was rather cool!

While I LOVE long uniform coats on men, I doubt they'd be very conducive to chasing down suspects....not to mention tackling them:)

What the well dressed policeman was wearing

Monday, October 10, 2011


Will the person who sent me an email identifying a cop in one of my posts please resend?

It landed in my spam box along with a bunch of other msgs and it registered in my brain that it was NOT spam about one second after I hit "delete all". It began with something like, "The unidentified Las Vegas officer...." and that was all I saw:(


Thursday, October 06, 2011

Ladies, get your cameras ready.....

Oregon City Police are holding a "Meet Your Police" session Oct. 11 to citizens can become familiar with the Clackamas County Interagency SWAT team.

Team members will meet with members of the public from 7 to 9 p.m. in the Municipal Court Chambers, Oregon City Police Building, 320 Warner Milne Road.

Oregon City Police Officers Chad Weaver and Jared Turpin, members of the interagency team, will give a presentation on what a SWAT team does and when they are called; how a SWAT team functions; what different team members do; what equipment they use; and what training do SWAT members undergo.

After their presentation, Weaver and Turpin will take questions.

For more information, call Lt. Jim Band at 503-496-1686.