No, an off duty officer can not issue a ticket in the state of Alabama. An officer must be on duty before they arrest someone or issue a ticket.
Yes. In most cases an off-duty officer can also issue a ticket either at that time or at a later time.
almost all locations allow off-duty officers to issue citations if nessescary.
i dont think so
Yes, an off duty police officer can write a ticket on or off duty. The ticket can be mailed to you, or you can be served with a subpoena to appear in court to answer to the charge on the ticket.
Yes, a police officer can ticket someone who is driving recklessly even if it is on a private road. Reckless driving is a threat to public safety, and it's the duty of the officer to issue a ticket when this occurs no matter where it is.
Depends. He can always call someone on-duty to give you a ticket.
Yes, an off-duty officer can arrest a DUI offender or any offender for that matter
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".
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.
In some states, an off duty police officer can write a speeding ticket. It will depend on the laws in your specific state. You can always go to court to fight the ticket.
Is it legal? If the off duty police officer has commited some sort of ticketable offense, yes.