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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:


 



Initialized version:
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!
- Kim

Dear Kim,
That sign is one of the variations of the sign for "soon."
See: SOON
-- Dr. V


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