Sometimes the good guys look like really bad guys. Read how Hal Collier handled a bad guy sighting.
Last Ramblings, I couldn’t find another officer who needed help when I was on loan to another division. This time I got lost looking for a whole police station
By Hal Collier, Retired LAPD In my last Ramblings, I described being assigned radio calls outside your division. I will now describe being loaned to another division and still getting lost. … Continue reading
This is about a call for police service and the cops can’t find the location.
It happens every year at this time. It’s called, “Flu Season.” That’s right. It strikes without warning and it can bring grown men to their knees. It affects men, women and kids alike and even can cause weakness in the elderly
By Hal Collier, Retired LAPD This is the third in a three part series about why some became cops. The results are from an informal survey sent out by Hal … Continue reading
By Hal Collier, Retired LAPD A few weeks ago, I asked forty cops, “Why did you become a cop with the LAPD? Who influenced you to join?” Twenty-four responded … Continue reading
By Hal Collier, Retired LAPD About a week before Christmas I sent out a Ramblings survey question to 40 former members of the LAPD. I received 24 responses. The responses … Continue reading
By Hal Collier, Retired LAPD Now, I’ve been around the block a few times and not so naïve that I believe all cops tell the truth. Every so often a cop … Continue reading