MrsRuger45 wrote:Didn't you know? The police have more rights than just "your average citizen". I also would like to go home at the end of every police officers shift, yet I don't get to disarm them. Why do they get more rights?We are currently having a dispute with our heavily medicated neighbors. Yesterday they called the police claiming that we were on their property. When the officer arrived, he immediately told our male neighbor to put his hands on his head. The officer had noticed all the things on the neighbor's belt & strapped to his leg. He normally is carrying, but wasn't yesterday. Today when the police were called again by our neighbor, after the police talked to us & discovered that our neighbors are the problem, I asked the officer about the search of our neighbor yesterday & told him that OC is legal. The officer agreed, but he said that officer safety comes first. He stated that he doesn't know the bad guys from the good guys, if he sees you with a gun, even if you have a CCW (his words, not mine!) & if you do, youhave to disclose that you are carrying,he is going to disarm you for his safety because he's going home aliveafter his shift.