Frequest Questions

Often those unfamiliar with LE groups or motorcycle clubs have questions about them. Here we answer a few.

 

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The ICLEMC supports the following clubs:
Ft. Worth Law Dawgs
Fortworthlawdogs.com
Protectors
Protectorsmc.com
Reguladors
Reguladoreslemc.com
Untouchables
Untouchablesmc.com

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Skull Crush Gear
www.skullcrushgear.com

July 17, 2013

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Updated: April 25, 2013

Frequently Asked Questions

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  1. Are you an Outlaw Motorcyle Club?
  2. Can I join your club if I am a law abiding citizen but not in law enforcement?
  3. Can I buy one of your patches?
  4. Where are you located?
  5. How many members do you have?
  6. Where can I get more information about law enforcement motorcycle clubs?

Are you an ... ?

  • No- We are law enforcement professionals dedicated to our families, communities and our profession.
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Can I join you club ... ?

  • No- This club is made up of those who serve law abiding citizens through professional law enforcement service. If you are seeking a club that is made up of law abiding community members ask us and depending upon your location we may be able to recommend one.
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Can I buy one ... ?

  • No- Like many motorcycle clubs throughout the world the patches on the vest or "cut" are earned. These patches routinely represent some aspect of the organizations formation, motto, mission, profession or common backgrounds.
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Where are you... ?

  • The Iron Circle crosses, mountains, deserts, the Great Plains and the Pacific Ocean. Currently their are members living, and serving communities in Texas, Nevada, Hawaii and California.
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How many members ... ?

  • This varies from state to state. Currently Texas has the largest membership. The important thing to remember when you see our patches on the roadway is that each of us serve you in some capacity. Our association to crime is to prevent it, stop it and insure those who victimize others are brought to justice. Out members belong to this club because we love to ride motorcycles and we share a common bond by profession.
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Where can I get more information... ?

  • There are several sources on the internet that list organizations like the Iron Circle. The American Motorcycle Club, Motorcycle Clubs and Services which have a weage on the internet listing many law enforcement motocycle clubs throughout the United States are just two.
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