If the person has been identified, either by sight or by license plates on a vehicle that is registered to them they are searched in the police computer it will show they have a felony and will be flagged.<quoted text>
Thank you. Thai is very interesting. Very interesting indeed. So let's say, hypothetically of course, that a person with this type of conviction was reported to the police for causing a public disturbance. Let's say it was on, oh, North Street, for instance. And let's say that this person was, oh, I don't know, maybe shouting things like "You cops are all done! I'm going to get you all!" How would this change the police response? In the unlikely event that such a hypothetical situation to occur, that is.
This means an automatic response of 2 and most likely 3 officers or cruisers. It is the same for anyone that has a felony on their record.