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ronduke
11-11-2012, 01:24
Troopers deploying to New Jersey from multiple State Police agencies include:
Pennsylvania State Police - 105
Maryland State Police 25
Mississippi Highway Patrol 50
Michigan State Police 24
Florida Highway Patrol 25
Maine State Police 15
Louisiana State Police 25
Vermont State Police 11

http://www.njsp.org/news/pr110512a.html

https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10151329667592216.537402.114238542215&type=1

https://www.facebook.com/LouisianaStatePolice

Sgt. Rambo
11-11-2012, 14:47
The boys from Mississippi and Louisiana must think they are on a different planet...LOL Good to see them sending help though!!

blueiron
11-11-2012, 15:02
Why would they notice a difference? Aside from one being a fictional parody, the style of governance is similar...

http://i47.photobucket.com/albums/f176/blueiron/BossHogg.jpeg versus http://i47.photobucket.com/albums/f176/blueiron/JerseyBossHogg.jpeg

:supergrin:

Kidding aside, every State in the CONUS should have sent some troopers. Kudos to the States who did and even more to the cops doing the hard work in an unfamiliar beat.

isp2605
11-11-2012, 19:17
Troopers deploying to New Jersey from multiple State Police agencies include:
Pennsylvania State Police - 105
Maryland State Police – 25
Mississippi Highway Patrol – 50
Michigan State Police – 24
Florida Highway Patrol – 25
Maine State Police – 15
Louisiana State Police – 25
Vermont State Police – 11

29 from the Illinois State Police. Newspaper reported 25 Troops but they got the number wrong (no surprise). Total of 50 LEOs from Illinois.

http://www.sj-r.com/breaking/x2053821661/Springfield-police-officers-headed-to-N-J-for-storm-assistance
Six Springfield police officers are among a group of 50 Illinois law enforcement officers who will spend a week helping New Jersey residents recover from Superstorm Sandy.
Deputy Chief Cliff Buscher of the Springfield Police Department said the officers will be leaving Saturday morning from the Illinois Emergency Management Agency’s Emergency Operations Center, 2200 S. Dirksen Parkway.
While in New Jersey, the officers will assist local authorities with patrol work and site security.
The Springfield officers are driving four marked squad cars to New Jersey. Twenty-five Illinois State Police troopers are part of the contingent.

Patchman
11-11-2012, 19:24
Damn, another reminder we only have each other to depend on.

wrenrj1
11-11-2012, 19:28
Damn, another reminder we only have each other to depend on.

And ain't it a good thing. Americans stepping up to help our own. Glad to see our current administration didn't ask the UN to offer up assistance...

RussP
11-11-2012, 20:05
Kidding aside, every State in the CONUS should have sent some troopers. Kudos to the States who did and even more to the cops doing the hard work in an unfamiliar beat.Isn't this a pre-planned phased emergency response program?

L-1
11-11-2012, 20:34
Actually during Katrina, Mexico sent their army, naval vessels and military convoys to Texas and Louisiana to help in the recovery. It was the first time the Mexican Army had operated on US soil in 159 years.

https://www.google.com/search?q=KATRINA+MEXICAN+ARMY&rls=com.microsoft:en-us:IE-SearchBox&ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8&sourceid=ie7&rlz=1I7VASJ_enUS509

I wonder if Canada has sent any of their military to assist New Jersey and New York in their recovery?

blueiron
11-11-2012, 20:42
[QUOTE=L-1;19621085]Actually during Katrina, Mexico sent their army, naval vessels and military convoys to Texas and Louisiana to help in the recovery. It was the first time the Mexican Army had operated on US soil in 159 years.

Huh?

The Mexican military has been spotted in California, Arizona, NM, and Texas on many incursions for decades. Although I don't know about humanitarian efforts in the 1840s - 1850s by their military.

blueiron
11-11-2012, 20:42
Isn't this a pre-planned phased emergency response program?

Not that I am aware of.