What Do Cops Look For When Pulling Someone Over?

Do police have to tell you they are police if you ask?

No.

This is perfectly legal in most jurisdictions.

Your question repeats one that is often asked, as people for some reason assume that dishonesty by a police officer should always lead to a dismissal..

What do cops do when they give you a warning?

When a traffic stop is made, a warning issued by the officer is a statement that the motorist has committed some offense, but is being spared the actual citation. Officers use their own discretion whether to issue a citation or warning.

Do police actually have quotas?

Ticket quota. … Ticket quotas are commonly defined as any establishment of a predetermined or specified number of traffic citations an officer must issue in a specified time. Some police departments may set “productivity goals” but deny specific quotas.

Do cops have to pull over a certain amount of people?

One of the dirty secrets in law enforcement that no one likes to talk about is quotas. Police departments routinely deny requiring officers to deliver a set number of tickets or arrests. But critics say that kind of numbers-based policing is real, and corrodes the community’s relationship with the police.