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HOLSTER SNIFFER


1. HOLSTER SNIFFER
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Women who date cops.. similar to groupies for musicians
by Russ on Jun 28, 2012
2. HOLSTER SNIFFER
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Southern term for Badge Bunny
by Alan Randolph on Oct 29, 2012
3. HOLSTER SNIFFER
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Used to describe a wannabe cop. Usually a "street expert" who tells real cops "I was going to be one" or "I am studying to be one" and knows all the laws and exceptions to the laws and relentlessly points out every small violation of law to the on-duty cops when they sitting at home looking out their window.
by Gerard Zlotkowski on Jul 08, 2012
4. HOLSTER SNIFFER
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A women who likes to have sex with cops
by Ron King on Jul 05, 2012
5. HOLSTER SNIFFER
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A women who chases cops
by Tom on Oct 28, 2012
6. HOLSTER SNIFFER
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Women attracted to cops
by Sgt BOB on Feb 27, 2013
7. HOLSTER SNIFFER
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A women who chases cops
by Tom on Oct 28, 2012
8. HOLSTER SNIFFER
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Guys (and gals) who love the idea of being a LEO, but never quite made the grade to be one. They will usually tell you all about what they think you do, but seldom have any real idea of what you do.
by Deputy068 on Oct 27, 2012
9. HOLSTER SNIFFER
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This term also describes a post ois shooting investigator from internal affairs division.
by Michael on May 25, 2014
10. HOLSTER SNIFFER
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A police/law enforement explorer.
by David on Mar 11, 2013

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