I have a case where the officer was monitoring a 4 way stop intersection and he was parked facing oncoming traffic . I believe anyone parked in this position would be an offence under the act. It's a requirement to be parked on the right side of the highway parallel to the edge of the roadway.
So what I am trying to determine if the police are subject to the same rules and regulations as private citezens and where this is found in the act?
If you have proof (video is best) of an officer breaking the law in some way that there is no exemption for, then you either need to find another police officer or bylaw officer that is willing to lay the charge (good luck with that), or meet with a Judge/JP and lay private charges.
+++ This is not legal advice, only my opinion +++
I recently had a similar discussion, where someone advised me the officer was parked in front of a fire hydrant while doing speed enforcement. Cool story bro?
Police are exempt while in the course of their duties. Therefore doing stop sign enforcement is in the course of their duties.
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