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Is There a Problem, Officer?: A Cop's Inside Scoop on Avoiding Traffic Tickets
Steve Pomper  More Info

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The Department was established in 1886 and has evolved into one of the most well respected police agencies in the nation. In 2003, we became one of only a handful of agencies our size to be nationally accredited. The department employs approximately 1,200 sworn law enforcement officers and 700 civilian employees, all of whom continually provide quality service to Seattle's residents and visitors. Seattle remains one of the safest cities in the country.

 

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Steve Pomper has been a Seattle Police Department police officer since 1992. His assignments have included: Patrol, Community Police Team, and he served as a Field Training Officer for six years.  Steve Pomper is the author of Is There a Problem, Officer? A Cop’s Inside Scoop on Avoiding Traffic Tickets. According to Steve Pomper, “It’s sad when drivers try to whine their way out of tickets they deserve, but it’s tragic when drivers talk officers into writing tickets they initially intended as warnings.”  According to the book description, the reader will learn “when pulled over, it's not time to debate or argue; don’t mistake officer safety for officer rudeness; don’t take being stopped personally. It’s not about who you are; it’s about what you did; and, the phrases, and actions, that almost guarantee you'll get a ticket.”

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