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  • GREEN

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    1. There aren't many around the city......just memorize where they are and either avoid them, slow down at those intersections.....or don't speed. I do agree with the whole stolen vehicle thing though.
    2. Oh ok, that makes sense. I like the graphic idea, and the point system as well.
    3. It shows in the police Mobile Database Terminal (MDT) if a person has a license, as well as the level (1 or 2). The weapon license is removed from anyone who commits a felony; however it's only for 7 days. After that time, you need to purchase one again at Ammunation.
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    5. Exactly. For the most part, LEOs whom are authorized to drive unmarked vehicles are told to keep it simple and not use crazy colors like pink, lime green, etc. I typically used dark colors. The most out of the norm for me was midnight purple.....which pretty much looked black to most people.
    6. I believe you need to create a support ticket.
    7. Same here. It also depends on the complexity of the issue too.
    8. ...there would be riots in the streets if that happened. Not with weapons of course, because no one could afford them at first.....lol
    9. lol sure, I get hunting is for meat.......but killing an animal is killing an animal. I guess it depends on how this would be brought into the city.
    10. What about the hunting job then? How would that play into this?
    11. I was only aware of mech shops 1 - 5......
    12. Yeah it's been happening in some of the boroughs still unfortunately. Hopefully the issues will be resolved soon.
    13. Whaaaat? How does that even make sense? Damn.
    14. Ok fair enough. Then I suggest simply placing a /311 call before you start shooting to ensure police on duty are aware....as well as expect a visit at the range itself.
    15. I thought the same, but I witnessed someone respond to a shots fired there recently; however perhaps it could have occurred on the exterior of the building.....but making it seem like it was coming from inside.
    16. This would be a good idea to have, as the current shooting ranges don't actually have anything to shoot at. Also be advised that anyone can use the shooting ranges in the city. Just make sure /311 to let all law enforcement on duty know that is your intention. Note that even if you do notify everyone, you will likely have police respond to a shots fired call as they cannot be ignored. Simply put your weapon away when you see Law Enforcement Officers enter, and politely show them your weapon's license (and obviously don't go there will illegal firearms).
    17. I've seen similar things in other communities. I like it overall. The way people drive in BCRP, most won't have licenses after a week.....lol
    18. I totally agree with regards to removing dirty money. Every one of my reasons are already listed above.
    19. Welcome to the city Ken!
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