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Discussion in 'Cop Talk' started by Morris, Aug 26, 2011.
That's pretty stupid. I can only imagine the number of officers here who would be in jail then for not taking someone to jail when they commit a crime. What happened to discretion?
Where does their "delaying the ends of justice" charge end? Is it only for felonies or is it any crime?
What, the partner couldn't have made the arrest???? Un real. The UK system is done - show is over folks, move along... TO ANOTHER DAMN COUNTRY!
A man found out his wife was cheating on him. One morning, after a night of drinking while his wife was with her boyfriend, he got into his truck and went looking for them. He found them standing outside of a restaurant. He gunned his truck, ramming the car they were standing next to. The car slid on the gravel lot and pinned them both against the outside wall of the restaurant, hurting them pretty badly.
When our local ROD arrived, the truck's driver told him he lost control of his truck in the parking lot.
ROD let the ambulance take the injured couple, did a 1050 sheet and drove the drunk man home.
No traffic citation for Careless Driving either? Figure he wouldn't pass on an easy pinch...
The wife deserved it. I feel bad for boyfriend though. He probably had no clue.
It may have changed in the last 30+ years but, in the Peoples Republic of California an officer having (presumably first hand) knowledge of a felony crime being committed who failed to take action was him/herself guilty of a felony.