w.f.m.e. wrote:I wish I added that he was polite and professional !! the time he took my papers till the time I got them back was close to five min. I will admit to this but we had a conversation about harassment and if I felt that way I could talk to his boss on Monday this took place before I gave him my license .may be yes sir would have been the correct avenue I'm sorry it's gone this far.
w.f.m.e. wrote:This morning I was driving down by the log sort and the cop spun around hit his lights and pulled me over by adventure paving . Walked up and asked for my license and reg. I asked what's up and was told it was a random D.L. check to keep people safe . I was on my way to do a job and was detained for twenty min. Can I invoice them for the time that I will never get back ? Can they do that even ? Last week I saw they set up a road block by MacDonalds at night with out flashing safety lights, tricky but not safe!!!What's next?
chookie wrote:Is sad that the police have to defend what seems like a very routine traffic stop.
With all the cell phone cameras around today, it is impressive how few negative events are captured on video because sure as heck a large amount of the time someone has a camera pointed at them every time they do anything.
thisisme wrote:seems to me that happens a lot on this site. people complain about something and someone is always left having to defend themselves!
MiG wrote:thisisme wrote:seems to me that happens a lot on this site. people complain about something and someone is always left having to defend themselves!
Case in point. Are you complaining about this site?
thisisme wrote: But I think its unfortunate the officer felt they had to come on and defend his work.
thisisme wrote:No not complaining about the site. i find it very useful to stay up to date. But I think its unfortunate the officer felt they had to come on and defend his work.
Anyway, I stand by what I, and others have said about the local RCMP. They're normal people, doing a job that is often unnecessarily dangerous. It's easy enough to deal with them if you're polite and reasonable.
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