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I can answer questions regarding law enforcement ethics, use of force, and constitutional rights. I can also answer questions regarding the Texas penal code, Texas code of criminal procedure, and the Texas transportation code. I especially welcome questions regarding any police/citizen contact, i.e. jurisdiction, arrest, search and seizure, and ethics. I will also accept questions regarding Texas county jails such as, inmate rights and privileges, procedural, jail standards, and use of force. I prefer not to answer career related law enforcement questions.
Former law enforcement officer in the state of Texas with many years experience as a detention officer in a large county jail, and as a sheriff's deputy on patrol.
Licensed Texas peace officer and detention officer. Over 1000 hours of continuing education.
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James, When responding to something like a domestic disturbance there are always at least two officers assigned to the call. We would always park a little ways away and walk up on foot to the house
J, Good to hear from you again. However, I wish it was under better circumstances. The re-scheduling could be do to scheduling issues with the officer, i.e. vacation time, another more important
J, Good to hear from you again. I'm glad you were able to get everything taken care of. You shouldn't have any regrets about just paying the ticket. It could have been a slam dunk and over in seconds
The "serve" meaning, while emulated differently by all departments, most certainly is not meant to convey that the police force is obligated to act as a concierge service for its citizens. While I can
Wilson, Having to go the court for an interview seems very odd, and is something I have never heard of, at least for non-juveniles . Having tickets unpaid and go to warrants is very common and can
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