posted on Sep, 20 2010 @ 07:10 PM
Was (I, he, she) on duty, or off duty?
If off duty, I would just goto the scene, pretend I didn't get any of those radio calls, and beat the hell of the suspect. I would punish him.
Securing my daughters safety first of course, don't want her seeing this. Then when police arrive, say I witnessed the event from a distant and
followed in a cautious pursuit. Didn't you get a 911 call? Didn't they tell you I was chasing them?
If on duty, I would get to the scene as soon as possible, but just try to make visible contact, and set a sort of perimeter, until someone else
arrived to witness me uterly beat and abuse the creep. Then just turn my badge and state issued fire arm(?), and say I apologize for what I have done
to this Police Office, and I will make an anouncement to the press ASAP, with whatever information you desire(leave room for them to allow cover-up
), and then say, charge me with whatever you want.
In both scenerios, there are many consequences, even if you take the road of doing every thing legit per police officer codes and standards(?).I did
what everyone would have done for their daughter if infact they had the training to deal with the situation. In essence, it sort of a movie script,
surreal dream, come true. No one wishes harm to anyone they love, but many wish to do some heroic deed. There could be a psych term for all I know.