2 Replies to “Law Enforcement Discussion”

  1. Citizens should know the first responding Officers have basic information “only” about their concerns/situation and need questions answered before the investigation takes place, for officer and victim/suspect (public) safety. Officers are there to determine what help is necessary. There is a line/chain of command if their situation is not handled cohesively with understanding as to whom can be contacted, what possible avenues might result in a positive resolution, and/or prerogative to request additional assistance from Officers within their division if needed. The first acknowledgement i9s the most important. Citizens usually think the officers that responded already knows everything about the situation and can immediately end the situation. Reassurance that the responding officer(s) are confident in what action they did is correct, by offering the chain of command to get further assistance if not satisfied with out come.


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