I understand that it's probably easier to put flashing lights on a vehicle, get some used bunker gear and hi vis and go out and patrol, but I'm betting your insurance company wouldn't cover you if someone smashes into your vehicle if it's stopped at a scene. Pretty sure that isn't covered by "personal use" only, which is most likely how you have declared the usage on your vehicle to your insurance company.
Wayne has given you the ways and means to become legitimate and get the training/accreditation you require to perform these tasks. I think that you need to take a serious, hard look at what he and others are telling you.
- Pete Broccolo
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I guess as long as you are not driving like a bat out of Hell to get there, do not get upset when the public do not get out if your way, or bent out of shape if they do not follow your directions, understand to step back and let the paid professionals do their jobs, and go to Court when Supoenaed, then carry on.
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