Dallas police headquarters stalked for filming Posted on June 16, 2019 chicago hotels dallas dallas hotels FILMING Headquarters hotels hotels in chicago hotels in florida hotels in las vegas las vegas hotels police private jet rental property STALKED travel travel vlog vacation 15 thoughts on “Dallas police headquarters stalked for filming” Sir Robert PeelIt was in 1829 that Peel established the Metropolitan Police Force for London based at Scotland Yard. The 1,000 constables employed were affectionately nicknamed 'bobbies' or, somewhat less affectionately, 'peelers'. Although unpopular at first, they proved very successful in cutting crime in London, and by 1857 all cities in the UK were obliged to form their own police forces. Known as the father of modern policing, Peel developed the Peelian Principles which defined the ethical requirements police officers must follow to be effective. In 1829, when setting forth the principles of policing a democracy, Sir Robert Peel declared: "The police are the public and the public are the police."Reply Instead of feeling harassed and stalked, try to look at it as a personal challenge to give them the slip. Side streets, alleys, shopping malls….when you finally get away from them, head right back to their station and begin all over again. They would give up long before i would. 🙂Reply Once gates gets install on a private drive way the sidewalks are no longer open to the public the sidewalks becomes private property as wellReply This "public safety official" is haphazardly backing his car, in the wrong lane, on the wrong side of the road, through an intersection, through a stop sign…all without lights and sirens and cause.This is a dangerous public safety hazard and is clearly defined in law as a reckless and wanton disregard for public safety.Unbelievable.Reply Was that the" Boogie Woogie Man" Jimmy Villiant Doing PaparazziReply You really should list the specific street address of your audit locations. ie: Corner of Cockrell and McKee. Even better use a Geo stamp location: 32°46'01.3"N 96°47'33.9"W Or: 32.767035, -96.792746Reply can someone explain to me why American police officers shit themselves the moment they see a camera ??Reply "the sidewalk in public – the street is not.." …. dewd… its clear you only repeat stuff you've heard instead of competently researching what 'public' and 'private' are defined as in Law.. I commend you for bravely entering what they perceive to be 'their sphere of jurisdiction'; however, before you use these words and attempt to 'educate' the very system that DEFINES these words – read the relevant code surrounding such legislatively defined and administered places and actions. I'm not talking about 'filming or photography', im referring to the definitions of 'public' and 'private' … you will learn a lot about how the system 'works' and your place in it – or, out of it.. cheers man..Reply KEEP KICKING EM'IN THE TEETH BROTHER ! I GOT YOUR SIX !Reply Cops don't know to drive and are a Public Safety Threat! That would be a good complaint to file against them.Reply 2 requests: When they don't agree that a sidewalk is public space, condescend an insult them like you're a kindergarten teacher by reaching down & patting the sidewalk with your hand, saying "See, son, this is a sidewalk. Can you say 'sidewalk'?".Also, when they follow you, get as close as you legally can, fixing on them, & film them close up acting like fools for your Youtube fans.Reply Good work guy's BUT a visit to the city/county records office to check up and if possible get on paper who owns what/boundaries etc can save a lot of heartache. Keep it up & stay safe.☺☺☺☺👍👍👍👍👌👌👌👌Reply good work guysReply Oh look. You have a bunch of not so secret admirers. They had the hots for youReply Ah. Just let him keep following you. Reverse your direction every once in a while. Make him go crazy driving back-and-forth. Sooner or later, he'll get tired of it (And, you never know. You might get a shot of him backing into a parked vehicle – aka distracted driving).Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *CommentName * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.