Wednesday, August 19, 2015

Driving

Safe driving is very important as a police officer.  People see you driving poorly are likely to report a complaint.  People get tickets from police, they like to see police driving legally when they are driving around.

Use your turn signal.  Stop at stop signs.  Stop at red lights before making a right turn.  Don't speed.  Cops have to drive in an unusual manner often enough without driving poorly all the time.  Sometimes we drive slow so that someone we want to see will pass us.

Sometimes we drive at night, blacked out so we don't give away our position.  Sometimes we respond to a call quickly in order to keep citizens or officers safe.  We have good reasons to drive poorly.  Don't drive poorly if you don't need to; that's what the SGT Says.

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