Hours after the alarming videos appeared to uniformed police officers pressed by people throwing water in them, the New York police brass told the cops that they should not "tolerate" such behavior – and outlined the "law enforcement possibilities" if the same thing happened to them, Learn the Fast.
Olsetz officers are not expected to tolerate behavior that may lead to the risk of injury to themselves or to society, to interfere with the performance of their duties, or to strike or destroy their uniform, equipment or other property. department, "a broad note was sent to the department, which was sent on Monday.
Shots published in the social media on Monday show cops in uniform waving while young men in Harlem and Brooklyn throw water buckets and in one case even hit an officer with the bucket itself.
In such situations, the letter says the cops can blame the offenders with obstacles to the state administration in the second degree, third degree crime, persecution from a minor situation, and violation of the rules.
If the policeman's equipment is damaged to some extent, he or she may also attach the charge for an offense specified in the note.
The letter also notes that charges such as harassment and misconduct are not applicable in situations where someone is "offensive or mocking" in the police, explaining that "[s] all courts have established that police officers are expected to withstand a higher level of offensive language than ordinary citizens. "