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  • Criminally Wrong to give Citation?

    I have a simple question. Is it a criminal offense in California (or anywhere) to give someone a parking citation to someone who you were close to once but they were actually parked unlawfully?

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    Go ask your teacher.
    Now go home and get your shine box!

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    • 16BlueQueso
      16BlueQueso commented
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      Huh, why didn’t I think about that before your edgy and funny comment! Thank you sir!

    • eagleI
      eagleI commented
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      We pay him for his funny and edgy comments.He gets a bonus when he totally decimates idiots and trolls!

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    If there is legitimate probable cause for the violation a summons may be issued without problems. Naturally, you can expect your former girlfriend/boyfriend/significant other to claim all sorts of vindictive harassment and malicious prosecution.

    Generally speaking, it is not a good practice for an officer to involve himself in any situation involving current or former family or domestic partners, or anyone with whom there has been an intimate or business relationship. Sometimes we must take action to stabilize a situation, but whenever possible we should hand the matter over to another officer without any potential conflict of interest. Life doesn't always afford us the options to do everything the way we would like.

    Bottom line? For a lousy parking violation why bother?

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    • #4
      Originally posted by 16BlueQueso View Post
      I have a simple question. Is it a criminal offense in California (or anywhere) to give someone a parking citation to someone who you were close to once but they were actually parked unlawfully?



      So, you’re a Police Service Aid? Ask your CSO supervisor. Then go hit your head against the wall for even contemplating this revenge.
      Now go home and get your shine box!

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      • #5
        Originally posted by 16BlueQueso View Post
        I have a simple question. Is it a criminal offense in California (or anywhere) to give someone a parking citation to someone who you were close to once but they were actually parked unlawfully?
        Is it a criminal offense? No.

        Will it probably violate some type of a policy? Yes.
        Other officer: Oh that's right, I forgot, you're God's gift to police work.
        Me: At least someone recognizes it.

        Turns out basic police work isn't so hard, you just have to leave the station.

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