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Post by trainguard » Fri Feb 24, 2012 11:52 pm

Hey guys heard on the radio last night "office of safety fags" does any one know what this dept is and what type of flagging system do they use O_o
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Post by SteveNSWP » Sat Feb 25, 2012 1:38 am

Is this a legit question???? If so i'll answer it and just hope that your not taking the piss LOL!! What your hearing is "Officer Safety Flags". I assume that QPS can add notations to a persons name record that will list any threats to police and/or officer safety. Here in NSW we call them warnings. Usually radio wont say "No warnings" if theres nothing, they will just broadcast the result of the CNI search. However if a CNI check shows warnings on the person subject to the name check, radio here will say, "Person has warning approach with caution may be armed" or "Person has warnings, search with caution may carry uncapped syringes" or "Warning, person has a level of resistance unrmed, resist control, wrestle" or something similar. I assume the "no officer safety flags" is something similar to this. I don't know why VKR would tell a crew that there are no flags, because the crew would probabaly assume that if their were, that the radio operator would have read them to them already.

Anyway hope that helps!!

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Post by trainguard » Sat Feb 25, 2012 1:48 am

Hey Steve oh it's officer safety. Lol there was a bit of static when the operator from VKR was talking it sounded like office of safety lol well that cleared it up thanks bro stay safe
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Post by trainguard » Sat Feb 25, 2012 1:53 am

trainguard wrote:Hey Steve oh it's officer safety. Lol there was a bit of static when the operator from VKR was talking it sounded like office of safety lol well that cleared it up thanks bro stay safe
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Post by Stretch » Sat Feb 25, 2012 10:01 am

Yeah Steve's right. It's a standard line for VKR (pretty sure it's only just recently started) if the person has no flags or warnings)


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Post by qwertyuiop » Sun May 04, 2014 7:40 pm

SteveNSWP wrote:I don't know why VKR would tell a crew that there are no flags, because the crew would probabaly assume that if their were, that the radio operator would have read them to them already.

Anyway hope that helps!!

Steve.
I've been listening to QPS on my scanner for years. It's common procedure here for the operator to say "Nill cautions or flags. Not a person of interest." or "Recorded, not currently wanted."

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