Week Discussion

 Public safety employees are often uniformed and often wear a nametag that identifies them.  Discuss the reasons a public safety employee might not want to be identified by the citizens they deal with?  From the perspective of the citizen dealing with the public safety employee, why shouldn’t they be able to identify the public safety employee that they come into contact with?  If public safety employees do not wear nametags, how could a citizen make a complaint, file a suit or criminal charge, or pursue a defense in criminal court involving the public safety employee?  What might the possible concerns be with a scheme that doesn’t require a public safety employees to identify himself or herself on the scene of the specific incident?

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