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A call made by police to indicate an officer is severely injured or deceased. Usually referring to other officers, but can be used in the first person. This is followed by the location of the officer in question.
"Shots fired! Officer Down! I'm at 73rd and Brooklyn, get EMS and backup now!"

"Dispatch Received. All units, Code 3, we have an officer down, all units respond to the intersection of 73rd and Brooklyn, ASAP."
by Moderate_Man May 20, 2019
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From STEM, an abbreviation short for "Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics", a STEMlord is a pejorative term for a particular kind of person who has studied in these areas at university or works in these fields who holds a pretentious, condescending attitude to anyone who has studied in any other fields, particularly the Arts and Humanities. They typically believe themselves to be more "intelligent" and "rational", while generally remaining incredibly ignorant outside of their areas of expertise and having the charisma of a rotting pig's backside.
"Ugh, I wish Reddit wasn't full of STEMlords the entire goddamn time."
by nopeidontneedanameok October 15, 2015
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the evolution of "shots fired" and its iterative extension "shots received." Instead of wasting time reflecting on the past, recipients of an insult now just report the crisis in real time.
"hanging out with you made me behave shamefully" "ouch. officer down"
by scout3y February 23, 2015
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similiar to brodown and hodown but for police.
policeman 1: hey wanna get some weed from the evidence room and play some xbox.

policeman 2: haven't you heard? theres an officerdown tonight all the weeds been shotgunned
by officer mcgrady January 22, 2009
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