And they think the cops won't steal them. That's so nice, but those limited edition armbands could get the pricey on the international e-bay market.
Hey, I SlogTipped that story on Monday!
Hey! My friend blogblogged this LAST F-ing WEEK!!
Maybe the lesbian gangs that O'Reilly talked about will be sporting those, along with their pink pistols. ;)
If I saw a cop wearing one it'd be hard not to go all Nelson on him and point... "HAA HAA!"
What about the cops who are 8 year-old girls? It doesn't seem like it would be a deterrent for them at all.
Great, now my 3 year old is gonna wanna move to Thailand and be a cop when she grows up.
Well, it's not the WORST idea they could come up with.
I have an idea. The SPD should borrow this idea and take it a step farther: have cops who commit misdemeanors wear a full hot pink cop suit.
Yes, there are women in the SPD, but the idea isn't so much a sex-identity one as much as a 'this uniform is garishly loud and ugly' one.
Of course, neither idea addresses the compromise of an officer's perception of authority, but hey.
I like it. The concept of shaming seems to work especially well, and I feel it has been largely overlooked in North America.
Maybe they should do something like this in the US and Canada for misdemeanors... ;)
I don't know if shaming could work here anymore. There are too many people who just don't give a shit. Not surprisingly, they're more likely to pull stuff that's worthy of shaming.
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