rabbee: and another legal point, the denver police. cannot go into aurora, to catch speeders not in their district. unless it is in, hot persuit. so the denver police, are legally no different than an hoa.<quoted text>
You know, Jimmie, I defer to your expertise when we are talking about engineering. I would hope that you would defer to my expertise when we are talking about law.
HOA's are not governmental bodies. They have no authority outside of their members.
In Illinois there are many locations where government cannot provide police patrols that people would like. In the areas outside city limits, there are ways for the people to supplement their taxes to add additional patrols. The IL the Supreme Court has said that subdivisions can pay for rent-a-cops but the limit of their jurisdiction is the members of the subdivision.
State law also allows groups of people to vote to raise their taxes so that the money can go to the sheriff to add additional patrols.
Please stick with engineering and leave the law to others.
the denver police, cannot legally operate in aurora. unless they are designated, as state police. and it would still be, legally unethical to do so. unless aurora, requested their presence. but thy can stop, anyone from out of their district coming in or passing through their district.
the denver police, already lost a landmark case. where they were handing out speeding tickets, to people in sheridan colorado. on that very, same point.