Friday, August 22, 2014

Cars

Simple things can make a big difference in a police department.  Patrol vehicles for example.  They should be kept clean.  Each officer must toss out his trash at the end of his shift and keep the junk out of the trunk.

Cars should go to the car wash or be washed at the station by car wash people every few days.  UPS washes their trucks every day, that's not unreasonable for police cars either.  Police cars should not smell bad.  If there is some bad smell, it needs to be taken care of right away. 

Everything should work in the car, the window controls, the door handles.  The patrol car is an office, no one who works in an office wants to be in a dirty, smelly office with a desk with broken knobs.  Cars that are in a traffic collision need to be fixed, right away.  Cars that are dented or scraped up don't look good and reflect badly on the agency; that's what the SGT Says.

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