No firm answer can be given. It depends greatly on the size of the department and the individual abilities and performance of duty of the officer.
Yes, in some cases an off-duty police officer can give you a ticket on Ontario, Canada. However, you can fight the ticket in court.
Police officers are NEVER "off-duty" and if the violation was severe enough, and under Arkansas law they possess this power, yes, they can do so whether officially on or off duty.
I don't know for sure, but if they have take home cars that they are allowed to drive in their off time, I would imagine that means that they are always on duty.AnswerYes, in California it is totally legal for an off-duty officer to issue you a citation. It will usually come in the mail or they will have a marked patrol unit pull you over. If s/he elects to have you pulled over by a marked patrol unit, then after the officer contacts you, the off duty officer will issue the ticket. Also, a police officer in California has "Police Powers" anywhere in the State of California. I know this because I am a police officer in California and have written several citations while "off duty".
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.
It takes four years in any college to become a police officer.
Yes, it is required to take 6 months of police academy
depend up on the duty officer and and the thikness of your pocket.
a bachelors degree in police academy
i think you have to take 2 years of college