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Posted about 6 years ago

 

I have a frend that had 2 works,  and since a month also had to go to court  every day becouse his son was in troblem,  I think that she said that  for first time she forgot to pay a tuket, the think is becouse she did have a problem whith the manager wont to fire her but after 14 years they did not had  a real rizon, the think is that an officer was luking for her  in this plays and the managersr did give to the officer all cain of information about when she arrived to work.  the think is that he did took to gell and she was fire becouse she cudent do her job,  I ask her if she did explein to the officer that may be he understand and let her do her route and he can acompany.


 


do you think that the officer can do that since she was goint to lose her job ?

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Rate This | Posted about 6 years ago

 

Maria,


Your spelling and grammer isn't the greatest and I am having a hard time figuring out the question.  I hope this is the answer to your question.  I think you are asking if an officer who is arresting someone on a warrant can let that person complete a job while the officer accompanies her.  The answer would be no. If an officer learns someone has a warrant for their arrest, the officer must take that person into custody immediately.  This is a judge's order.  Your friend may have lost her job because she was arrested, but that is no fault of the officer.  Your friend should speak to the supervisor, once her legal problems are cleared up, and explain the problem truthfully.  If the friend has been a loyal worker for 14 years, it should not be a problem getting her job back.


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Rate This | Posted about 6 years ago

 

If I understand you correctly your asking if the officer could accompany her on her route for delivery so she could keep her job. That would be impossable for any officer to do. All officers are assigned area's of patrol. When an officer gets tied up, another has to cover his zone / area and the tied up officers for emergencies. We have to clear calls as quickly as possable to get backinto service for emergencies that can arise at any time.


Hope that answered yoru question.


 


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Rate This | Posted about 6 years ago

 

English, and grammar.  If we cannot read your question how can we answer it?


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If you mean could the officer follow her on her route, the answer is no. Once she was under arrest for a warrant, she becomes the responsibility of that officer untill she's booked into jail. If she was allowed to go on her route, she may have been in an accident, assaulted by some one, or what ever. The officer would have been responsable for it. When your arrested, you go to jail as soon as the officer can get you there.

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Rate This | Posted about 6 years ago

 

Am I dyslexic, or can any one understand this question?


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Rate This | Posted about 6 years ago

 

Does not compute. Try typing this in Word and spell checking it. But since you haven't been back, you probably don't care about the answer.


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Rate This | Posted about 6 years ago

 

Whatever problem your friend has with her manager has nothing to do with the officer.  Furthermore, when you get arrested, you go to jail, and the officer can't follow you while you finish delivering pizza to the entire neighborhood.


(Officer's Note: This answer only applies if I interpreted the question right!)