Can a Police Officer ask if you are a Police Officer?
When? It isn't illegal or anything yes they can.
Added: Absolutely - and they can demand that you produce identification if they have reason to believe that you may be impersonating one.
If you are a police officer you would not need to ask. A police officer doing his duty will treat another police officer as any member of the public (if they are out of uniform and off duty). Read More
A police officer should show his badge when he approaches you. If the badge is not visible, ask to see it. If you ask for the badge number, the officer should give it to you. If the officer refuses, you should report it to the police department. Read More
A police officer doesn't have to ask you for anything. The officer generally asks for a driver's license and/or proof of insurance, but, by no means is that a requirement. Read More
No, of course not. If you ask someone if they are a criminal, do they have to tell you? Read More
You ask the police officer, or they would've turned in their badge,you would see them without a badge. Read More
In the US, a police officer ... or anyone else ... is allowed to ask if you use drugs. You're not necessarily obligated to tell them, but they're allowed to ask. Read More
You can ask a police officer any question that you'd like, although I'd recommend you be polite and respectful when doing so. The police officer, in return, may refuse to answer any question that they'd like. Read More
At your local police station or police headquarters. Ask to speak to a supervisor, or the shift commander. Read More
No...you can if he/she ask a lift.an nowadays some police are using public transport. Read More
If you were the police officer, you wouldn't have to ask this question. Read More
Registration. Read More
Tell him. Read More
They don't have to read them unless you ask them to. Read More
A Police Officer can ask you anything from pertaining to the reason they stopped you or began questioning you, to the weather and the latest scores for games. The only time a Police Officer cannot ask you questions is after you've enacted your right to counsel. Of course they will still try to talk to you, but it's most fruitless (as nothing you say after that point does any good unless your attorney is present). Read More
Yes a police officer does need a warrant to come into your house, by force. But if the officer would ask to come in and you reply yes, he can come in without a warrant. Read More
A police officer can ask for anything, for any reason or no reason at all. He can demand to see your identification only if he has appropriate grounds, which are too varied to list here. If a police officer asks you for your identification and you aren't inclined to provide it, you can ask (politely), "May I ask why you want to see my identification?" If you aren't satisfied with the answer, ask "Am I… Read More
It depends on what you mean. If you are being questioned by a police officer for some reason, the officer can ask for ID. However, at least in most states, an officer cannot take your ID and keep it under most circumstances. Read More
No. This is a total myth. If you ask an undercover police officer whether or not he's a cop, he does NOT have to answer truthfully. Read More
By badge number, or incident info. Do NOT stalk cute cops. This will not impress them. If you know the city for which that officer works for, you can google map "CITYNAME Police department" and get directions to the police station. Go there and ask the officer at the front desk that you wish to speak with the officer whose name you have. Read More
Does a police officer in New York City have to ask you to move your car before giving you a parking ticket?
A police officer is under no obligation to ask a person to move a car before writing a ticket. However, if the officer sees the owner close to the car, they have the ability to warn the person, if they can move the car immediately. Read More
Can a police ask a juvnile question about a crime if the parent has asked the officer not to question juvnile until she could reach husband?
It is likely they can, it is the parent's obligation to quiet the child, not the officer. The officer is not your child, and can ask questions if they normally would. Read More
The police can ask a minor any question they can ask of anyone else. Depending on the circumstances and the state where the questioning is taking place, the police may be required to have a parent or an advocate (an adult charged with looking out for the rights of the minor) present. Read More
it means that you shouldn't ask stupid questions Read More
You should ask a local police officer. They're really good at botany. Read More
A Police Officer can ask you anything he or she wants. But you have the right to refuse to answer any question he or she may ask. Read More
You can certainly ask, although the police department where the officer is employed will probably want to know your reason for the request. If the officer engaged in misconduct, you will probably be asked to make a formal report. You are not obligated to do so. Read More
Report crime to the nearest police officer you can find. Once you tell the officer that you have witnessed a crime, he will help you explain what happened and ask you about details that will help them investigate. If you cannot find a police officer, or are too young to get to a police station yourself, bring it to your teacher, a parent, or other authority figure. Read More
It depends what state you live in. Just ask a police officer. Read More
No, it's just an inquiry and is legal unless they are forcing you to answer the question,. Read More
go ask your parents and if you have a police officer. Read More
If you have the badge number of a police officer, you can find out his or her name. Simply call the police station in that jurisdiction and ask for it. Read More
For the word Officer the abbreviation is "OFC." For Police Officer, the abbreviation is "P.O." Read More
you are allowed to curse at a police officer but you are not allowed to threaten an officer. Read More
step one: be fond of donuts step two: go to your local police station and ask how to join the force Read More
corporal police officer is the first rank of the police department. Read More
In court, the judge decides what questions may and may not be asked of a witness, including a police officer. The only way you could receive a ticket or be arrested for asking a question in court would be if you had been directed by the judge not to ask a certain question. Read More
The police force is the organisation A police officer is one person in the police force Read More
In the USA you can address a police officer as 'Sir' 'Ma'am' or 'Officer' when you are talking to them so how do you address a French Police Officer when conversing with them?
"monsieur l'agent / monsieur" (for a male police officer, or "madame" for a female police officer, are the common ways to address police officers in French. Read More
Yes, but first, he might ask you "Do you know why I pulled you over?". Read More
The police officer does not own the police car, the jurisdiction he works for owns it, and yes a uniformed officer can drive an unmarked vehicle. Read More
A police officer is a government employee. The police officer could be an employee of the state, county or local municipality. Read More
A peace officer is another term for police officer. A police officer is someone who is paid to protect and serve the people. Read More
If they wish to 'own up' to an offense that they committed. they could simply go to the local police agency and ask to speak to an officer or detective (or a Youth Service Officer, if the department has one) and simply tell them about it. Read More
If you were a police officer investigating a bank robbery what questions will you ask the witnesses?
What Happened Exactly from the moment you arrived until the robbery? Read More