Out of Service Flag on a Police cruiser

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Out of Service Flag on a Police cruiser

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What does it mean?
Does it mean he/she is not on duty. Any accidents or any other incidents on his/her way to where ever he/she heading, he/she is not obliged to stop.


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WTF. Where did you see this?, still giggling.....
http://www.OHTA.ca OR http://www.OntarioTrafficAct.com


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Reflections wrote:WTF. Where did you see this?, still giggling.....
It happened this morning on McCowan Road, Markham.

So funny, I should have taken a picture.


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Hahaha!

Hmm...sprinkle catastrophe?
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Unread post by tdrive2 on

Humm maybee it was Julian Fantino looking for street racers.

It would be my best guess that putting an out of service on a cop car would deceive people so he could catch them and slap 172 on them and take their car.

:lol:

To be honest it sounds like a angry civilian just put it on the car and the cop didnt notice. Probally someone who saw a cop and dislikes our police so they just put it as some sort of smart ass coment.


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This was on news today, The Officer ran out of coffee!


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Unread post by viper1 on

repair people have to do that.

Been going for years.

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Unread post by hwybear on

Civilians taking cruisers for mainteance and repair. Or could be an officer taking a disabled cruiser for service (ie: lights and/or siren, radio not working)




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