But it's rescinded?
Still, it is indisputable proof of the vast disconnect between the workers in the field and the idiots currently ensconced at HQ.
Non disciplinary? The Department was going to pull cars off the streets to answer this? They were going to bury the sergeants in more paperwork? The reduced administrative staffs were going to keep track of this how?
And we're just positive that the Commander and Deputies and Assistant Superintendents were going to have these stickers affixed to their cars?
A very sad day that this even made it into print, let alone into an actual policy.