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Wren, the Phoenix detective, worried that such videos add public-perception pressures to police departments and their officers, who could end up being "just a little less effective" as a result.
"When you start worrying about what the perception is, you may second guess that extra second, and that could be an officer safety issue," Wren said.
Originally posted by thisguyrighthere
Reply to post by questcequecest
There always are more excuses than apologies from these people. Even when caught blatantly screwing up we get an excuse not an apology.
Imagine if fire fighters were like cops. Doors being kicked in for toaster checks and kids being slammed to the ground and searched for matches.
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