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the public and esp the criminals the officers have arrested are not entitled to know where the officers and their families live.
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the prof's word, not mine.
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This is police data we are talking about and people have to wonder how the hack happened? Half the accounts probably have admin access and most of them probably use either just "password" or the persons birthdate as the password. Anyone who has ever done IT work for city or various government agencies knows quite well how pitiful their security is.
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Quite seriously lol. Can agree 100%. Most the time its due to the fact the IT operators dont put password expiration options leaving them with the default password, because we all know how a memo or verbally telling a client to remember to change their passwords literally goes through one ear and out the other. Either way I make sure none of my clients would have such simplicities in place lol, but its way too common that places have their default passwords in place
   
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Under NO circumstances should anyone post the URL or torrent on here. Doing so will result in infractions.
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The lights and sirens are a safety factor, if you are an officer and you are operating a motor vehicle at beyond "lawful" limits you should have one or both active to make it clear to the public you are in a hurry.

The lack of a law to enforce their use when they should be necessary (note there could be leniency or other as "word of law, letter of law" is a thing) is just poor law making as it is often easier to have a poor rule/law than to enforce a good one (i'm in a mud racing club, we run into poor rules all the time that dont get changed because its harder to enforce a good rule)..

Yes, I realize some people wont notice even with lights and sirens, but thats a strawman argument. Those people should probably not have licenses.

Now, that said, most states do actually require officers to operate their vehicle in a safe manner whether on call or not. If they are not operating it in a safe manner, then they are of course subject to reprimand. The lights and sirens are not specifically written into the law all the time, but this is part of the "word of the law, letter of the law" which allows interpretation by legal authorities and internal reprimand rather than (possibly) more effective enforcement.


Really what i'm trying to get at is that you can usually tell when someone is being unsafe, though there are countless examples on youtube of people raging at other people for nothing if you want to strawman that.. tongue.gif

I see what you're getting at but you're arguing your opinion of what should be law (Light/Siren = Safety = "Operate their vehicle in a safe manner") and equating it with the law (Therefore they are required to use both A=B=C).

Regardless of your opinion, as I previously stated, very few states strictly require LEO to do this and there are circumstances where you absolutely do not want any form of audio or visual alarm - such as going towards a domestic disturbance call, or investigating a situation such as a drug deal, which might escalate the situation or lose a valuable opportunity.
It's also frowned upon to use the sirens past ten unless you're on the interstate in most areas - you have to deal with a lot of complaints that way.
    
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