Ramsey Warns Officers Not To Make Stops Based On Anonymous Information

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Philadelphia Police Commissioner Charles Ramsey told his officers last week that anonymous “flash information” they are sent “does not provide the reasonable suspicion necessary to make a lawful stop,” the Philadelphia Daily News reports. “Officers must develop reasonable suspicion, separate from the anonymous flash information, to make a lawful stop. This has been the law
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