posted on Apr, 25 2011 @ 02:54 AM
reply to post by TrowaBarton
I would agree with you on that. Any police department, in this day and age of technology, should be able to know exactly where each police vehicle
was at any given time.
But, if the officers were from a different jurisdiction or agency, the original police department would have no way of tracking those officers or
their vehicle electronically.
And I would agree that any police department should be able to identify which officer was at the scene of any incident they respond to. The police do
not have the luxury of anonimity. If you are a police officer then you lose the right to become John Q Public while on duty. When asked, the
officers should admit to being there.
But, I would submit that the inability to identify the police there is not necessarily the product of a coverup or police wrong doing. Again, if the
officers were from another agency, they may not know anyone was looking for them.