Yes. As a police officer the deputy should be aware of the new policies. He should have been aware of the margins on which can be considered as a "situation" for pursuit. In addition, the deputy also carries with him his personal firearm and a canine, which should not be allowed while on - duty or on patrol.
No. There are still some specific parts that should be improved. This should include the refinement of the requisites for the rules of firing warning shots and high speed pursuits. This would greatly reduce overkill, as well as criticisms.
This is not a magic potion for the financial and demographic dilemma of the community but this is a very productive step towards the success of having a very efficient police department in the community. This would basically increase amity among the people of the community.
Yes, there are possible problems that may arise from both parties. Thus, in order to come to a practicable solution both should be aware of the problem and that both benefits and disadvantages should be presented.
In order to achieve a more harmonious relationship between labor and management, a clear and effective line of communication should always be available. Both parties should be able to come up with feasible solutions that are acceptable to both.
Yes, there is a need for the community to be involved in the design and implementation of the community policing.