Don’t forget, cops are tops.
IT’SWednesday and I’m sitting in my office wondering what I am going to write about(that’s what I want my boss to think, but really I am having multiple power naps and winding the clock down to 5pm).
A thought crosses my mind, then it crosses back and I forget what it was. However, I do remember that the River Festival is on this weekend and you can come down and see myself and my colleagues down by the Forward Command Post.
The Forward Command Post is a Mercedes Benz Van with equipment inside designed for Forward Command duties. It is covered in blue and white checks and has “POLICE” written on the sides. You can’t miss it.
Just please don’t tell me that when the door is open it says “LICE” and not “POLICE”. Please come up with a better joke, I dare you. There will be a fancy Lexus Police car for all you rev-heads to drool over, there will be a pretty little Police Dog that will lick you and you can pat, and there may even be something for the kids.
This weekend will be fun but there is something that is not fun, and that is having your house broken into. I have written about home security and I have written about Firearm safety, it’s time to combine the two and have a bit of a rant about the security of firearms stored in your home.
If you have firearms and your licensed there are some things that you have to remember. Just because you have an approved gun cabinet and your gun cabinet is solid and fixed to the wall don’t think that your liability stops there. You have to show that you have reasonable control over those firearms.
If you own a holiday home in the Shoalhaven and you live in, say, Dubbo have you got reasonable control over your fire arms if you have them stored in the Shoalhaven? I would suggest not. Firearms are being stolen from break and enters and it is up to the gun owners to keep a tab on their guns and have a think about reasonable control. You may get into a spot of bother if you don’t. Your licence could be suspended and your firearms removed.
As always, in case of emergency, call (000).
Non-emergencies contact Police Link on 131 444 or your local police. To provide anonymous information call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.
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Don’t forget,cops are tops.
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