Can police officers drink on duty?
A police officer is technically on-duty 24/7, even when they're not on the clock. When they're on the clock, they wouldn't be permitted to drink, save perhaps for special functions, such as a police ball, etc.
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Answer . dutiez r 2 work everyday
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A police officer's duty is to make sure a certain area is safe.
Police officers take risks and suffer inconveniences to protect the lives, defend civil liberties, secure the safety of fellow citizens, and they endure such risks and tolerat…e such inconveniences on behalf of strangers. Consequently, police work is one of the more noble and selfless occupations in society. Making a difference in the quality of life is an opportunity that policing provides, and few other professions can offer.
Can police officers drink off duty at a friends wedding in their uniform its a police style wedding?
That would be up to departmental policy.
the police officer save and help people in danger.
Primarily to enforce the criminal laws and regulations and protect the citizens and property in his jurisdiction. In actuality, an officer's job covers much more than this nar…row range - but those listed are ther MAIN duties and responsibilities.
Police officers have a job of making sure everybody is behaving correctly . Added: Enforce the laws, keep the peace, and protect the citizens.
It depends on where you live. Some off duty officers can arrest you, however in some places, the can only detain you where u stand until an officer is at hand to arrest you. … -In fact anyone, including an off-duty police officer, can arrest you. It is called Citizen's Arrest.
The bastards do it all the time! It's not legal.
keeping roads safe, keeping our enviroment safe
No. The police officer has a duty to protect the public from the criminals. Criminals are also part of the public, and the police do not have to help the criminals make good …decisions. Police interrogators are not required to assist criminal suspects, but instead are permitted to trick them into confessing.
If he is engaged in activity that requires being a police officer, such as making an arrest or serving a warrant, then, yes. Otherwise, the off-duty office is not obligated to… tell anyone he is an officer. One exception could be for members of law enforcement agencies that are required to disclose their status during any adverse police contact (such as a traffic violation), but those are fairly rare. In most cases, off-duty officers can leave it all at work and not take on any police responsibilities until it's time for them to go back on duty.
No he doesn't have to tell you. However, if the off-duty officer is interacting with you in hisofficial capacity, he must identify himself at that point
Probably because army officers are allowed when off duty, so police officers should be able to as well. Added: As long as they don't do it in uniform, of course they can. …They don't lose their civil rights simply because of their occupation. INTERESTINGLY - police officers are held to an even higher standard than the general public, because not only can they face the penalty of law if arrested for improper actions while intoxicated, most law enforcement agencies will discipline them or terminate their employment for "conduct unbecoming" as well.
Police Officers are no longer exempt from jury service. This was changed when Criminal and Justice Act (2003) was amended. Police officers are not to mislead any other members… of the jury to what their profession is. So in a nutshell Police Officers do attend jury service, and they are honest to their fellow jurors about their profession.