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Old 03-13-2013, 10:25 AM   #61
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Police are rarely there when things go south. They show up after the fact to collect the pieces.
Or show up right behind me when my inspection sticker is expired!
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Old 03-13-2013, 10:26 AM   #62
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Also the cop did not have to report the accident. But he has to report that he basically pulled him over.
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Old 03-13-2013, 11:01 AM   #63
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Jesse, review the Instructions to Police for Reporting Accidents, CR-100. No damage, no injury, no reportable accident. Now your department may have policies that require you to make a report for a non-reportable bump, and that's fine, but not every department does.

This was NOT a reportable accident, rookie. His actions were NOT improper influence if a report is NOT required.

You cannot file charges for a policy violation. Policies are NOT laws!
Settle down old head. I may not have 30 years on the job but I'm far from a rookie. I've got supervisors that I've trained.

I only saw the video so I'm not going to arm chair QB too much. Which means I can't tell if there was or wasn't any damage. I'm also far from being the admin/IA sort of officer but any cop with any sort of integrity would have the decency to apologize and use some common sense to cover his own and call out a supervisor.

Reportable or not it was an accident and I'm sure most agencies have policy in place that would at least require supervisor notification. Reportable or not it was still following too closely or fail to control speed would've been applicable charges, in Texas. Since it didn't happen in Texas or any one of us that's why I posted, if this had happened to me..

But it wouldn't have because I don't have a problem owning up to my screwups and taking my chewings.
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Old 03-13-2013, 03:56 PM   #64
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I am sure they are out there just don't really want to do the research for this. I am sure you have google like I do.
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