I completely disagree with the comment by anonymous, no the police do not have the right, while they are on the clock, to not have their pictures taken. They are public servants, and subject to the accountability that is provided when a taxpayer, such as the person talking the picture, want to photograph them as they do their job. Indeed, the supervisor needs to ask the officer why it is they have a problem with that, for the record and their jacket, so they can approach those things in performance reviews and promotion considerations...
The last comment by anonymous dated March 7th shows a lack of appreciation for a very readable art form that, according to my feedback from dozens, was truly enjoyed by many. Sounds like one of those entrants who did not get chosen, excuse you for your sour grapes but if you don't understand something perhaps you ought be silent...
This was way fun to do, have sent the link all over the country...
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