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  1. patrol guide section 215-13 states that “the desires of school personnel may be considered” by a police officer in determining whether a student arrest is warranted and that “the views of school personnel are not controlling.” (capitalization in original) this provision is clearly at odds with patrol guide sections 215-16 and 215-17 and …

  2. The year-long study also concluded that too often Patrol Specials overstep the bounds of their authority, present a financial liability to the city and can be a source of confusion to citizens. “They present themselves in a way that most citizens would not know they’re not police, and [the city] can’t be everywhere to monitor them,” Craven said.

  3. Answer (1 of 101): Aargh. I actually did this, recently. Much to my embarrassment. I was driving on the expressway for a four hour drive, with my cruise control set to five mph over the limit and listening to NPR.

  4. Feb 17, 2016 · Yet more than any single ruling, what Warren and his colleagues did best was embody what the Supreme Court should always be—an institution established to intervene and protect the people against the government and its agents when they overstep their bounds. That is no longer the case. We can no longer depend on the federal courts to protect ...

  5. Policing expert Dennis Kenney, a professor at John Jay College of Criminal Justice in New York City, says neighborhood watch efforts can be positive but turn into problems when volunteers “decide that instead of supplementing law enforcement, they are going to replace law enforcement. Then you cross potentially into vigilantism.”

  6. If you were to try and proselytize someone while carrying out your duties as a police officer you would hit a Human Rights Tribunal so fast your head would spin. There is no way that you can prove you weren’t using the “excuse” of a traffic stop in order to preach for converts. Set of circumstances that may fit this.

  7. Sep 05, 2014 · For them, it’s not theory. Many police officers tend to define themselves by their jobs and their experiences in policing. Many counselors and LE trainers will tell you that it’s wrong and misguided to do so (“you” being cops in general). They’re right about that too. But such warnings rarely work in the real world.

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