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Not only that, but drug arrests and white collar criminals often have some very valuable assets that can be seized, too! why, it's a win all-around!
Also delusion that the police are actually out to save lives can easily be dispelled by taking a look at their idea of making the roads safer. Hiding along the road to write tickets does nothing to stop speeding, nor are they able to write tickets to those who TRULY are unsafe drivers; ie, failure to yield, tailgating, swerving. The truly dangerous traffic practices are ignored because it costs money (gas) to witness them, and the amount of money brought in to the precinct is less than simply setting up a speed trap somewhere and waiting.
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"Hiding along the road to write tickets does nothing to stop speeding"
I worked in the field of public safety for 15 years. My job included enforcing OSHA safety regulations, Firefighter, Hazmat, and EMT, as well as enforcing various other public safety regulations. I have been the route of trying to hide to catch violators, at my employer's request. I found that it did nothing but rack up violations. It discouraged no one from committing the violations. I finally saw that the proper way to enforce these regulations was to be a visible, friendly, presence. My goal became to keep people from going out of compliance in the first place. Why bust people when you can prevent the violations altogether by being friendly, helpful, and courteous. Of course, enforcing laws that are wantonly oppressive requires sneakiness and force. Oppression requires one resort to such measures because people are naturally inclined towards freedom.
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