Can a police officer come to a home where a minor child is in the home with the mother bc the dad said it was his visitation which is was not Police officer let dad take the child without speaking to?
This has to be confusing for the child. Take it up with the agency that governs your custody agreement tomorrow. It may be that the father had papers stating visitation rights and you were mistaken, otherwise police should not have come to your door. Hopefully you can smooth this process out so such a eventful exchange does not happen again.
No. The police officer had no right to act regarding the visitations. The father should have brought his claim that visitations were not being followed to the court that has jurisdiction over the case. The police officer should be reported. He was likely an acquaintance of the father.
It depends on what you mean. Generally speaking, a CSI is a police officer. However, it is possible for a CSI to get overtime as a patrol officer, if the department he works for allows it. Read More
If you are meaning a Police Officer, then the doctor makes more money generally speaking. Read More
You ask the police officer, or they would've turned in their badge,you would see them without a badge. Read More
If a doctor feels being interrogated by police would be dangerous for a critical patient can he prevent the police from speaking to the patient?
No. However an officer who disregards this warning without very good reason is certainly at increased risk for a civil suit. Read More
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Unless the tribal officer is also recognized as a peace officer by the state where he is making the arrest, no. Generally speaking, tribal police officers have no police powers when they leave the reservation. Read More
yes,it is illegal to warn someone of the location of a police officer if the officer is running a speed trap,or in some way trying to catch one or more person(s) breaking a law(s) without knowing a police officer is present,it is called interfering with police officer(s)in the line of duty. Read More
Is it legal for a male police officer to have a female give a urine sample without a female officer present?
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There is not really a checklist of things you need to become a police officer with or without college. You need to be able to show to any agency that you are the person they want as a police officer and you need to make yourself stand out from the crowd. There are a bunch of things you can do that will help - Volunteer with an agency is one way. 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
I don't know what or if there is a term regarding this but I do know that the minor doesn't have to answer any of the questions the police officer asks. You have the right to remain silent even if the police officer has authority. It's not a law that you must answer all questions the police officer asks you. Read More
I am not familiar with all California law but I would say the answer to this question is yes. A police officer can answer your cell phone, but, they may not search (look at contacts etc.) without a warrant. Read More
I don't think they can, even if they are law enforcements, it would be wrong for a Police officer to do that. Read More
there is no way to answer without more information. Generally unless there is a crime involved, a police officer does not have any 'special' privilege. Read More
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In many cases, yes. Read More
If the officer believes it is "justifiable cause" yes, he can. Read More
If by this you mean Driving Without Automobile Insurance, and you received a citation from a Police Officer, then yes, it is. Any time you receive a written citation from a police officer, it is considered a "Misdemeanor" Read More
Yes. If the police officer has reasonable grounds to believe you were going to /you did: (a)Commit a Crime (b)Intend to commit a crime Read More
Of course an MP can become a civilian police officer after military service. He or she applies just as one without any police experience would apply. He or she will go through the police academy as a recruit the same way as those without experience. They will find the training easier than a raw recruit but the training is substantianaly different than the military since it addresses civilian procedures and laws. Read More
A police officer may not enter your property without exigent circumstances. That being said, if the officer has probable cause or exigent circumstances to enter your property, you must allow them. Read More
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
The power of a police officer lies vested in his physical strength and ability. It is based on this power that he gets enrolled as a police officer. A police officer without power can in no means subdue a criminal, it is vital. Likewise, the authority of a police officer is vested in him through a governmental agency that empowers or clothes him with certain duties that can take authority of to arrest and subdue… Read More
In certain situations, YES. Read More
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Start by speaking with his superior officer. If this does not settle the issue then ask to see the chief of police. If all else fails, an appointment with the mayors office may help to get things done, realistically all that will be done is a note or memo of discipline in the officers review jacket (file) unless there was use of force in the questioning. Read More
If employed by hospital police and you take a exam to become a Port Authority police officer and fail the drug test can you be reportd and fired?
Let me just start by saying that you should not be a Police Officer. Getting back to your question. As a police officer you have a "Moral Clause" in which your current agency can use to hire you. Since you are already a police officer you should know that if you did drugs (depending on what you did) at one point you were in possession of such drugs. In CA that's a felony. Technically speaking… Read More
Is it against the law for a mesa police officer to chock a subject when there is no life or death situationand subject is not fighting police officer?
Assuming "Chock" is Choke. Yes it is illegal for a police officer to choke anyone without cause. However if the officer believes a suspect has drugs in his or her mouth and is attempting to swallow them. The officer may choke the individual to prevent them from swallowing said drugs. Read More
It depends on where they are. In the U.S. very generally speaking, police officers enforce laws, investigate crime, serve warrants, answer emergency calls, and write traffic tickets. Read More
The answer depends on department policy, but generally speaking any police officer is entitled to carry a weapon off duty. Read More
Can a police officer cross state lines and inquire dmv reports on family members without probable cause?
No, police work for only the state where they are registered as a police officer. That would be the Attorney General's job as the State/Chief Prosecutor. Read More
Many states of Germany hace changed their apployment policy. A few years ago you had to be a German citizen to become a police officer. Now it is possible to become a police officer without being a German citizen in some States (like Hamburg). Read More
Can a police officer enter your house without permission and without a warrant if you were asleep and didn't answer your door could they jsut walk in?
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Does this include a probation officer removing weapons and transporting them out of state without a local police officer present?
What is being asked? The question is incomplete. Read More
Yes, a police officer can question a 10 year old without parental consent. This happens when HRS suspects a parent has committed child abuse. A parent does not have a right to abuse a child. Read More
Yes you can, But you have to be open about it. Also, make sure that everything else in your background packet is in line. It also depends on what your discharge was for. I am speaking from experience and I am a Police Officer in the beautiful city of San Diego. Read More
In the state of Texas can a police officer go to the school and question a minor student without their parents Read More
It is simple my dear fellow you slap him and tell him no....bad police officer...if the police officer responds aggressively, what you should do is slap him again showing that you are not afraid of his police man tactics...the cop will look at you with respect afterwards he will smile and be on his way. Glad i helped Read More
For the word Officer the abbreviation is "OFC." For Police Officer, the abbreviation is "P.O." Read More
Only where probably cause exists. Read More
.60'000 dollars a year. Read More
you are allowed to curse at a police officer but you are not allowed to threaten an officer. Read More
Trespasser is the term for this. This is illegal and you can be arrested for it. A police officer will not usually arrest someone the first time they are caught trespassing. But it is up to the police officer to arrest or not. Read More
In some places it might be hard but where i live it's not. As long as you have a good background and can pass the written and physical test you can become a police officer in my town, without competition. Read More
NO. He can search your car if he has just cause without a warrant. Read More