Thursday, June 12, 2014 11:02:11 PM
I'm all for tighter gun control, but I have to question the merits of a policy such as this.
Wiki says, "Based on a standard which holds less than probable cause, this power is granted on the standard of reasonable suspicion"
First off, an officer shouldn`t need another policy to tell them to investigate anything reasonably suspicious...it`s supposed to be their job. Should it not only be when suspicion then becomes probable cause, that a person is truly detained, subject to search or seizure?