A police officer is not allowed to enter someone's house if the person is suspected of drunken driving. The evidence needs to be collected while the person is still driving.
If it came with it on there it needs it.
The Canadian Traffic and Safety Act dictates that a vehicle only needs the rearview mirror to be street-legal. Wing mirrors and any other mirrors on a vehicle are not actually required for legality. Source: I work for the Edmonton Police Force as a Traffic Cop.
Firefighters and police men
the carpet in their house needs to be replaced and the walls repainted
The motto of Thunder Bay Police Service is 'Committed to Community Needs'.
the police needs a walky talky so they can communicate with each other
An applicant needs to visit the police station and ask for an abstract if he needs to make an application to FIR. Based on the information asked, FIR can then disclose.
In some cases the new PCM has to be "flashed" or reprogrammed to match the vehicle's needs.
If it is sitting in front of a house it can't really be considered hidden. The owner of the vehicle (unless a court has issued a warrant for the owner or seizure order for the vehicle), can park the car wherever he/she chooses. I see no reason why anyone else needs to get involved. There aren't any laws being violated by not reporting the alledged "wanted vehicle."
poo on my needs to flow?