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Traffic Officers & Motor Cops

If you have to stop and consider what to do with anything not having taillights, this group is for you.

Members: 129
Latest Activity: Feb 2, 2016

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Discussion Forum

Retired police motor officers

Started by Richard Perez Feb 10, 2013.

Motor Unit Challenge Coins! 1 Reply

Started by Bury Bryce. Last reply by John W. Crews Aug 30, 2010.

Speed traps 7 Replies

Started by Sgt Kilburn. Last reply by Aaron Wayne Burgess Mar 14, 2010.

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Comment by Marcel Kruijs on March 12, 2011 at 11:27am
Hello, I'm an accident reconstructionis with Danbury Police Dept., Danbury Ct.  We ride 2010 FLHTPI Electra glides.  Best job in the department.
Comment by Marcel Kruijs on March 12, 2011 at 3:22pm

Any one know what kind of LTI mount is on these bikes and where I can get one.

Comment by Charles Morris on March 29, 2011 at 10:49am
Perusing the different groups and joining the ones I am either associated with or interested in.  I am a NHTSA certified operator and instructor for RADAR and LiDAR.  I have the Genesis Directional RADAR in my cruiser and we also have two LTI 20/20 LiDAR units at my department.  We aren't large enough to have dedicated traffic officers but when I am not responding to calls for service I am out working traffic.  Unfortunately, I don't have that much free time.
Comment by Adam Marco Hass on June 6, 2012 at 3:14pm

Deputy Adam Hass - Yuma County Sheriff's Office - 5 yrs on - 1 yr in the saddle. Prior LE USMC MP for 4 years, DOD Police Officer for 5 years, USA MP for 5 years- riding a 2007 HD Road King on-duty and a 2003 HD VRSCA off-duty,- HGN, Radar, MVCI Basic, Advanced and Recon, CPR Instructor, CART (Critical Accident Response Team), AR-15, Shotgun (no mounts on the motor yet).

Comment by James A. Murphy on August 22, 2012 at 9:12am

Greetings and Good Morning to all!  My name is Major James Murphy with the Plymouth Co. Sheriff's Dept. (MA.) I am also a member/ Logistics Officer for the METROLEC MOP Unit. I am new to this group.

Have a great day!  STAY WELL and Ride Safe!  JAM

Comment by Gene Baskette on October 9, 2012 at 12:56pm

I was part of a re-organized  Motor Unit, we were called MOST (Motor Officer Strike Team). The officers selected for this assignment were mostly from specialized units that had either a narcotic or violent crime background. Our goal was to use the manueverability  of our motors in high crime and drug trafficing areas to reduce crime and make drug arrests. One of our biggest tools was our radar to stop speeders, this led to many arrests on outstanding warrants, drugs, weapon violations, etc;  Any other agencies out there using motors in a similiar capacity?

Comment by david o'hare on August 10, 2013 at 6:32pm

I spent three years hunting DUI's and a bunch of years riding the motor.  After getting promoted I was shipped back to patrol.  I'm waiting to get back on the motor soon I hope.  All the motor guys and girls out there, check out  I designed a great holster for your motor while I was working on a bid last year.  I think you will all find it a great piece of equipment.

Comment by Sherman D. Brown, Sr. on August 25, 2014 at 10:19am

New to the group. Honolulu Police Dept. Solo-Motorcycle Detail in the 70's. Medical-out, fractured neck in last accident (1980). Worked for a couple of PD's in WA, then went on to Boeing and retired as a Security Manager (2009). Member of IPA, but forgot to pay my dues this year. Must wait for the first of Sept. when my 'welfare' (SS & pension) checks hit the bank. Best job in the world, riding a Harley year round in Hawaii.

Comment by Adam Marco Hass on June 3, 2015 at 5:13pm

Question to motor officers.  I have been in the saddle for 4 years and always wondered if any of you carry a back up weapon and where you keep it?

Comment by J.D. "Mac" on June 4, 2015 at 8:59am

To Adam Hass, I have always carried a backup pistol.  Currently it's a Glock 43, originally I wore a belly-band type holster over-top of my vest under my shirt which works well.  Recently I have discovered it in one of my chest pockets on my uniform shirt quite well also.


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