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|Comment||Thank you so much for your speedy reply and sage answer. You've put my mind at ease. Yes, I did call the Police, but it was indeed completely up to the Police whether the men were arrested or not; and they didn't take long making up their minds either. I don't know why I wasn't thinking about it that way until I read your answer. You are right, better safe than sorry. My father always taught me to be very polite to Police Officers (of course he needn't have told me to be very polite to them), but he also told me to always thank them for their brave service, risking their lives daily to protect us: so thank you Sir, and thank you for your service. I'm sure you did innumerable good deeds and protected countless innocent people throughout your career. Merry Christmas! Jenn.|
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I am a retired Federal Law Enforcement Officer with 20 years in a combination of military security, police investigations and criminal investigations. I worked with several agencies through my tenure but my last five years were with the Federal Air Marshal Service. Currently I am a VP of a electronics security manufacturer providing leadership and client consulting specifically in the area of video surveillance.
1988-1996 USAF Security Specialist Nuclear Security and Security Police Investigations
1996-2001 Department of Veteran Affairs Police Department Miami Fl.
2001-2008 Federal Air Marshal Service
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