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Cop-Paparazzi

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While working on putting this page together, a page with Misc police pics, of our brothers and sisters in the field, doing what we do, pics that will help preserve our history, and provide some sort of back-up or assistance to the active officers. My thought was to call it either "Police Paparazzi" or "Paparazzi Police" each having a funny meaning, but Police in front of, or behind the word Paparazzi can give it a different meaning, and still not change the effects of the shot. The added security I or any one of us that stops to take a pic of our brothers in the line of duty, and if need be the on-scene 10-16, as I am sure if the officer needed a back-up we would put down the camera and help. All that said and done, I was talking this over with one of my site developers and design techs; I was a little excited ( I know hard to believe - I get a little excited about police stuff, our history, my time with the BPD and this site..... ) Anyway, I was a little excited, and when I went to say one of these two police/paparazzi/police phrases, and not knowing which should go first, my mouth took over and coined a new phrase, a phrase that I think will be the phrase we are going to use. I called it "Cop-parazzi" it was funny how it just popped out.

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Motto Patch Ever On the Watch

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Thomas Gay Sr. 

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Courtesy Bob Collins, Retired Baltimore County PD K-9 officer.
His dad was a BPD chauffeur and drove for Deputy Commissioner Tom Keys 

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Courtesy Bob Collins, Retired Baltimore County PD K-9 officer.
His dad was a BPD chauffeur and drove for Deputy Commissioner Tom Keys 

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Courtesy Bob Collins, Retired Baltimore County PD K-9 officer.
His dad was a BPD chauffeur and drove for Deputy Commissioner Tom Keys 

Bob Collins 4Courtesy Bob Collins, Retired Baltimore County PD K-9 officer.
His dad was a BPD chauffeur and drove for Deputy Commissioner Tom Keys 

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Courtesy Ret LT Bob Wilson

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The following pics came to us courtesy of Robert Oros

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The above pics came to us courtesy of Robert Oros

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We didn't think this was us (BPD) and still don't, aside from the look of the badges and hat devices 
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