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No one – uniformed police officer, plainclothes detective or armed citizen knows what their armed encounter might look like. Time of day, lighting, distance, number of assailants, number of rounds fired, none of it. Indeed, the uniformed officer or detective may get involved in a shooting having nothing to do with work at all.
I was outside working the other day when the weather turned. My nice sunny day deteriorated into a rainstorm. I had checked the weather online and knew there was a fair possibility of a storm moving in.