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689: Law Enforcement 101: Safe Traffic Stops

689: Law Enforcement 101: Safe Traffic Stops

Foldable Pocket/Wallet Brochure (Credit card Size) -  Measures: 2¼" x 3¼"
Age: Teens, Adults, Senior Citizens, Departments


Understanding Traffic Stop Basics

Law Enforcement is both a difficult and dangerous profession. Officers must constantly be aware of not only the safety of the citizens they are dedicated to protect, but of their own safety, too. Procedures may appear unnecessary, however, even the most routine traffic stop can be potentially dangerous.

By understanding what is going to happen and what will be expected ahead of time may eliminate possible misunderstandings. This guide offers common sense advice on handling a basic traffic stop which can help ensure the officer's safety and your own.


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