Hopefully something will be done. I am not sure about other states but in Connecticut, a lot of the State Police act as if they are above the law. My wife filed a complaint a few years ago that went to the (internal) ethics review board. It was for a trooper (not an officer) who ended up being reprimanded. Most of the State Police who drive patrol cars skirt the same basic road laws that us citizens are required to abide by. This is mostly from their aggressive driving, speeding, following too closely, etc. I know that when I see it, I write down the plate number, date, time, approx location and then report the incident.
Seems I strayed off course from the initial post. Thank you for bring this information to us and I look forward to an update.