What would happen if the teacher hit a police officer?
It is very likely that the teacher would be arrested for assault on a police officer.
Can you become an police officer with an felony 3 and 4 but it happen when you were 15 and 17years old?
If a police officer pulled over a driver wouldn't other drivers be able to speed and the police officer couldn't do anything about it and if not what would the police officer do about it?
Should citizens have the power to judge the actions of a police officer Or is it necessary to have been a police officer in order to determine that a police decision in any matter was correct?
What should a police officer do when confronting a suicidal person that has a gun that is not posing a threat to the police officer?
Any person with a gun has the potential to be a threat to a police officer. A suicidal person with a gun in their hand is a significant threat. If the gun is pointed at the officer, he would be justified in trying to stop the imminent threat. If the gun is not pointed at the officer, the officer should have his weapon at the ready, and take cover.
Well you could greet a police officer like anyone eles or you could thank them for risking their lives to keep you and safe your city safe Added: Just like you would any other normal contact with a person in authority - your teacher - your school principal - your boss - your clergyman - your doctor. Unless it is an adversarial contact, officers react the same way as anyone else to a pleasant greeting…
Answer There are states such as Florida who require you to be only 19. Of course, I think you should have to be older to have the responsibilities of a police officer. It varies from one state to another, but I would suggest that you have to be at least able to vote to be considered for that empoyment. If you are interested in becoming a Police officer.
Yes and no. It depends. Police officers have what is called qualified immunity which prevents them from being sued while doing their jobs. Police officers are human beings and are allowed to make reasonable mistakes based on the sometimes split-second decisions they are often required to make. As long as an officer is reasonable given the information they had, no matter how bad the ultimate outcome, they are protected from being sued. Without such protections…