Not entitled, simply covered by Texas laws. I frequently wear a polo shirt and slacks on duty. I have my Glock 19.5 in a Safariland ALS, extra mag and cuffs in combo holder on off side and my badge in a holder on my belt right in front of my gun. This IS my uniform when dictated by my agency and duty assignment. Off duty, I carry concealed simply to reduce unwanted attention. If you read the entire account of the incident, the officer explained that he was a Texas PO but after the employee continued his stance, the officer graciously exited the business without further escalation. This was the proper way to handle that situation. While I agree with most of what is said, bottom line in Texas, the 30.06/30.07 laws do not apply to POs or even retired PO with proper credentials. We have all types of "entitled persons" in the USA. The list is long and growing longer. It's just the way it is.
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- Sun Jun 03, 2018 9:58 am
- Forum: Never Again!!
- Topic: Manager at Texas Whataburger denies service to detective because of his gun
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