We should give cops swords

How based would it be if we started giving police officers swords like they did in the Victorian period I know police tactics have changed a lot in two centuries but maybe we could update the tactics for it probably ?
But at least we would get lots of kino body cam footage though

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  1. 4 weeks ago
    no

    no

  2. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >they did in the Victorian period
    where’s his sword?

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Here’s a video explaining the history of it https://youtu.be/madmSWUXPFM?si=EPSkDllJkkKZKQgW

  3. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Well it'd be more effective than tazers thats for sure. LOL

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      My God you're dumb.

      >tazers
      It's TASERs, moron.

  4. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    We should give cops swords, but leave them completely dull/blunt swords. Then we should publicize how cops are carrying these super effective weapons. Then dumb Black folk and Mexicans will try to take the easily grabbable swords in melee and the cops can just let them as the draw and magdump the monkeys into the ground. The cops will be 100 justified to any jury or inquiry, because the monkey they shot definitely tried to take what everyone knows is a deadly weapon. Cops win, society wins. 10/10 plan.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      That's precisely why I think they should switch to 380 and 32 compact and subcompact guns concealed on their body and leave the glock on their hip empty

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        that's fricking genius, excusable genocide of the type that will snatch someone's gun

        i leave an unmaintained revolver with a barrel obstruction and an overloaded bullet in my unlocked car for the same reason.

  5. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Police did not have swords in the Victorian Era. Police never carried swords. The first professional police corps as we know them were founded in London, Boston, and New York in the 1830s and police were always lightly armed, in uniform and never expected to kill in the line of duty except in self defense or as a last resort, and certainly not with a sword.
    Only military officers carried swords at that point, and only on campaign, no private citizens, police, or soldiers in the Victorian Era carried swords in public.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Then what it is the pictured I posted and the YouTube link then ?

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        If you watched your own damn video you would know that it was riot gear used in special occasions or for special dangerous details and specifically NOT carried by the everyday cops, because Bobby Peel wanted a civilian police force that was not armed against the citizenry.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >no private citizens, police, or soldiers in the Victorian Era carried swords in public.
      >unsheathes cane sword
      Surprise, wiener gay!

  6. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Halberds are better for town guards. The blunt end gives you a non-lethal option, while the sharp end is both a lethal weapon and a fire axe. You can even hold it horizontally and use its length as a crowd control cordon. Held vertically it can be seen above a crowd, allowing guards to rally on each other and civilians to find help quickly. The other historic town guard weapon is the crossbow, but of course that has been supplanted by guns.
    If I had to outfit a security force for a new city today I would give them halberds made from carbon fibre shafts and steel heads, with a lead counterweight and electric stunning prod at the blunt end. They would also have Hardballers as a last resort weapon, secured to the belt with a retractable cord. Each station would also have designated marksmen who can be called for backup equipped with a SCAR-H instead of a halberd.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >town guards
      these are not police. its even in the name

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >steps inside building
      L to the A to the M to the O

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      morons like this think they're min/maxing when they don't understand that you don't carry a fricking polearm everywhere
      Also, the 'blunt end' doesn't hit nearly hard enough. It's a worse quarterstaff.

  7. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I'm conflicted. On one hand OP is a wiener sucking wiener sucker who lives solely to suck wiener like the wiener sucker he is. On the other hand, I actually kinda like that sword. It's a conundrum.

  8. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    They almost never wore or used those.
    Police truncheons -- which were very frequently worn and used -- are much cooler anyway.
    We should bring back the truncheon.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Basically the modern retractable baton, tonfa’s and batons fell out of favor because they are bullshit to carry when you have to patrol in a car all day.

      Police did not have swords in the Victorian Era. Police never carried swords. The first professional police corps as we know them were founded in London, Boston, and New York in the 1830s and police were always lightly armed, in uniform and never expected to kill in the line of duty except in self defense or as a last resort, and certainly not with a sword.
      Only military officers carried swords at that point, and only on campaign, no private citizens, police, or soldiers in the Victorian Era carried swords in public.

      >What is the gendarmerie
      >What is the marechaussée
      fricking anglo island monkeys have no idea about police work

      https://i.imgur.com/e2nlxVa.jpg

      How based would it be if we started giving police officers swords like they did in the Victorian period I know police tactics have changed a lot in two centuries but maybe we could update the tactics for it probably ?
      But at least we would get lots of kino body cam footage though

      not based at all, what nieche would they fill? stop overcomplicating the work of average patrol donkeys, they can barely handle what they have right now
      all they need is
      >hands for subdueing
      >baton for crowd control / subdueing
      >handcuffs for controling
      >taser as a force equalizer
      >pepper spray as a force equalizer
      >pistol as a direct lethal response
      >rifle as a lethal response to high alert calls
      and most importantly
      >a mouth to talk and prevent the use of force
      You don’t need 5000 tools to handle a moron that doesn’t want to listen
      maybe US police would be less on edge if they weren’t forced to respond to calls alone and wouldn’t need to respond to violent morons every week

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >gendarmerie
        Military law enforcement squads
        >marechaussée
        Military police
        Modern civilian policing was invented specifically to get away from this continental jackbooted thuggery shit

        >US police
        >forced to respond to calls alone
        they aren't, its incredibly rare for a call to go out to a single responder and backup is always the first request
        >and wouldn’t need to respond to violent morons
        this is one horn of the dilemma. the US is a violent place filled with ignorant and antisocial people with guns. Our entire culture is rooted in antipathy to authority, total rejection of social cohesion, and owning firearms. It's pretty great actually, but it is the major cause of police killings
        >every week
        the other horn is that training is both stupidly lax and very badly corrupted by private instructors running grifting seminars where they teach young cops the 'warrior mindset' and it makes otherwise decent idiots into pants-pissing hysterical neurotics with guns and pre-trauma induced PTSD

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >baton for crowd control / subdueing
        >pepper spray as a force equalizer
        Here is gear most cops stop carrying within their first year on the force. As useful as they are, everytime you use the baton you're getting sued and everytime you use the spray you have to wrestle the criminal into your squad car (possible chance of getting pepper spray on yourself) and after dropping off the prisoner you have to clean the squad car.

        >gendarmerie
        Military law enforcement squads
        >marechaussée
        Military police
        Modern civilian policing was invented specifically to get away from this continental jackbooted thuggery shit

        >US police
        >forced to respond to calls alone
        they aren't, its incredibly rare for a call to go out to a single responder and backup is always the first request
        >and wouldn’t need to respond to violent morons
        this is one horn of the dilemma. the US is a violent place filled with ignorant and antisocial people with guns. Our entire culture is rooted in antipathy to authority, total rejection of social cohesion, and owning firearms. It's pretty great actually, but it is the major cause of police killings
        >every week
        the other horn is that training is both stupidly lax and very badly corrupted by private instructors running grifting seminars where they teach young cops the 'warrior mindset' and it makes otherwise decent idiots into pants-pissing hysterical neurotics with guns and pre-trauma induced PTSD

        >the other horn is that training is both stupidly lax and very badly corrupted by private instructors running grifting seminars where they teach young cops the 'warrior mindset' and it makes otherwise decent idiots into pants-pissing hysterical neurotics with guns and pre-trauma induced PTSD
        Yep.

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Except retractable batons are dogshit.
        > Flimsy.
        > Backwards, with a center of balance on the wrong end.
        > Can't be used for thrusting and hard prodding.
        Just a terrible weapon.

        • 4 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          >flimsy
          jesus christ get some quality anon instead of buying cheap 40 bucks road warrior military store bullshit
          look up Bonowi EKA
          >cant be used for thrusting and hard prodding
          Théo Luhaka would disagree

          >baton for crowd control / subdueing
          >pepper spray as a force equalizer
          Here is gear most cops stop carrying within their first year on the force. As useful as they are, everytime you use the baton you're getting sued and everytime you use the spray you have to wrestle the criminal into your squad car (possible chance of getting pepper spray on yourself) and after dropping off the prisoner you have to clean the squad car.

          [...]
          >the other horn is that training is both stupidly lax and very badly corrupted by private instructors running grifting seminars where they teach young cops the 'warrior mindset' and it makes otherwise decent idiots into pants-pissing hysterical neurotics with guns and pre-trauma induced PTSD
          Yep.

          >gets you sued
          sounds like you need to reform your force application laws
          >getting pepper sprayed yourself
          if you have wind, you spray your glove and rub it through the face, otherwise police pepperspray muzzles make a fine rope, like a squirt gun, they don’t spray a cloud

          it’s mostly so the adversary runs out of breath while you wrestle, there’s a reason every police force in the first world concentrates the hand to hand training on pinning, even while cuffed

          • 4 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >Bonowi EKA
            It's still shit that's balanced backwards, which is why nobody likes them.
            >Théo Luhaka would disagree
            You are a degenerate.

            • 4 weeks ago
              Anonymous

              >balanced backwards
              Okay, so you never held one or used one, got it

              • 4 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                If you really believe that batons and clubs should have a center of balance somewhere around or just in front of their hilt, you have absolutely no experience with blunt weapons of any sort.

              • 4 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                You have never held an EKA
                You have no experience with sticks
                You have no formal training with batons
                You never used a tonfa against a person
                Stop talking out of your ass because you swing a mace at a medieval larp convention

              • 4 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                > Doggedly defending the cope-stick
                I've got more training with sticks and batons than you do, that's for sure.
                You are correct, though. All medieval impact weapons were very front-heavy, which facilitates their use. The EKA, like other extendable batons, is bottom-heavy.

              • 4 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                The EKA, when extracted, is too heavy, if you’d have one or held one or used one you’d know that.
                You’d also know that it can indeed be used for thrusting because it doesn’t retract unless you push the button in the grip.
                Stop pretending to be more than you are, you glow.

              • 4 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                > The EKA, when extracted, is too heavy
                Coping hard, I see.
                Look at picrel.
                First of all, they're not that heavy. The heaviest is a little over a pound and a half. That's not unusual for a truncheon or fighting club. (The Irish would load theirs with lead, so that they were often heavier than 2 pounds at a 26"+ length.)
                Second, note the shape and the weight difference between the longest (26") and the shortest (16"). There's literally no way they're not absurdly bottom-heavy. If they were evenly balanced, the 16" would weigh substantially less, or the 26" would weigh more.
                Expandable batons are garbage and are outperformed by your average Victorian police cudgel. Keep coping, because you'll never be able to carry one, and your superiors force you to wear a shit-tier "weapon".

              • 4 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                Forgot pic.

          • 4 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >if you have wind, you spray your glove and rub it through the face, otherwise police pepperspray muzzles make a fine rope, like a squirt gun, they don’t spray a cloud
            >it’s mostly so the adversary runs out of breath while you wrestle, there’s a reason every police force in the first world concentrates the hand to hand training on pinning, even while cuffed.
            You didn't even read my comment. I'm not talking about the pepper spray "in the air", I'm talking about the pepper spray on the criminal's skin and clothes. When you pin him or wrestle with him there is a high chance of getting that shit on you (yes, even with the rope kind).

            • 4 weeks ago
              Anonymous

              You just squirt on the forehead, do you want to kiss him?
              The few times I got sprayed was because someone was excessively using it, second hand contamination from clothes etc mostly results in itchy skin, a sore throat and a small cough, nothing more
              Besides don’t you guys have dedicated transport vehicles with plastic backseats you can hose down?

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Who cares? They already have batons. A bludgeon is a bludgeon.

      Basically the modern retractable baton, tonfa’s and batons fell out of favor because they are bullshit to carry when you have to patrol in a car all day.

      [...]
      >What is the gendarmerie
      >What is the marechaussée
      fricking anglo island monkeys have no idea about police work

      [...]
      not based at all, what nieche would they fill? stop overcomplicating the work of average patrol donkeys, they can barely handle what they have right now
      all they need is
      >hands for subdueing
      >baton for crowd control / subdueing
      >handcuffs for controling
      >taser as a force equalizer
      >pepper spray as a force equalizer
      >pistol as a direct lethal response
      >rifle as a lethal response to high alert calls
      and most importantly
      >a mouth to talk and prevent the use of force
      You don’t need 5000 tools to handle a moron that doesn’t want to listen
      maybe US police would be less on edge if they weren’t forced to respond to calls alone and wouldn’t need to respond to violent morons every week

      Legendary amounts of morale damage against gangsters.

  9. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    yea
    lets give cops swords
    we should make laws that the rest of the goyim cant walk around with theirs

  10. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Swedes equipped police with swords up until the 1960s or something.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous
  11. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I believe the Police should deploy cataphracts for foot chases, Jamal Tyrese Tyrone would shit himself when he saw this charging him with a lance

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      That armor might be accurate, but the Cataphract and horse would be covered in colorful decorations and displays of wealth and Heraldry.

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