POLICE / cop / ranger / warden / person who wears a badge
The sign for "badge" / "to wear a badge" can be used to refer to police
officers and others who have similar societal roles
POLICE / cop / person who wears a badge:
Here is another variation of the sign for POLICE: If you are right
handed, tap the right "C" hand on the upper left chest twice.
Some left-handed people do this sign on the upper-left chest area. Some
left-handed people do this sign on the upper-right chest area. It
is not wrong for a left-handed person to do this sign on the upper-right
chest area but I personally recommend doing the sign using the
traditional location of the badge.
COP / police / individual who wears a badge.
Sample sentence: "The police will arrive soon." = POLICE ARRIVE SOON
A student writes:
Hey Dr. Vicars!
First, thank you for your hard work and dedication for lifeprint.com. Your work
is NOT in vain! I truly couldn't afford to take ASL in a paid college setting.
Thank you so much!
Now, when I looked up Police, there's a video. What is the last sign in the
video (2 "h" hands slide against each other)? Thank you in advance!
That sign is one of the variations of the sign for "soon."
-- Dr. V
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