LETTER TO THE EDITOR: What difference does car design make?

Opinion Mar 09, 2011 Flamborough Review

Re: Back to the future cop cars, Review, March 3The only confusion created by changing back to the old black and white cruisers that I can perceive is why anyone would object.

If they happen to be close in colour, shape or form to the OPP design, it is irrelevant. An officer of the law is an officer of the law, period.

Does anyone at all not slow down or cease to commit a crime when encountered by an officer of the law?

I'm quite sure that if a police car is in  sight, whether City or Provincial, any individual would abide by the law accordingly without taking the time to analyze the authority of the officer.

So, what's black and white with a cherry on top?Deborah WhiteWaterdown

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: What difference does car design make?

Opinion Mar 09, 2011 Flamborough Review

Re: Back to the future cop cars, Review, March 3The only confusion created by changing back to the old black and white cruisers that I can perceive is why anyone would object.

If they happen to be close in colour, shape or form to the OPP design, it is irrelevant. An officer of the law is an officer of the law, period.

Does anyone at all not slow down or cease to commit a crime when encountered by an officer of the law?

I'm quite sure that if a police car is in  sight, whether City or Provincial, any individual would abide by the law accordingly without taking the time to analyze the authority of the officer.

So, what's black and white with a cherry on top?Deborah WhiteWaterdown

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: What difference does car design make?

Opinion Mar 09, 2011 Flamborough Review

Re: Back to the future cop cars, Review, March 3The only confusion created by changing back to the old black and white cruisers that I can perceive is why anyone would object.

If they happen to be close in colour, shape or form to the OPP design, it is irrelevant. An officer of the law is an officer of the law, period.

Does anyone at all not slow down or cease to commit a crime when encountered by an officer of the law?

I'm quite sure that if a police car is in  sight, whether City or Provincial, any individual would abide by the law accordingly without taking the time to analyze the authority of the officer.

So, what's black and white with a cherry on top?Deborah WhiteWaterdown