But there are also places where they can be denied permission and where they should be asked questions rather than be ignored.Exactly, and that's why this isn't an issue - except for those who wrongly believe they can't - as demonstrated by many on here, and the subjects in most of the videos who state "you can't film here mate".
But there are also places where they can be denied permission and where they should be asked questions rather than be ignored.
Any comment on the highly polite method of dealing with suspicious persons by inviting them in to the bar then offering a bed for the night?
This popped up on my YouTube feed today, hospital security behaving like cocks, but a couple of Police officers handling the situation perfectly, especially the female officer.
Pretty much, yes
They'll then start their shenanigans of baiting you, getting right up in your face, insulting you etc. etc. to try and provoke a reaction.
This bloke. He was dealt with correctly by the Police officer he spoke about the "breaking of the law" in that a Police car was parked on double yellow, engine running with officer on phone. But it was outside Criminal Justice Office and doing something with high risk persons. But our do-gooder....sorry antagonise-for-likes "Auditor" wanted to push it further. PRAT!!
Always put "on scene" lights on (blues & rear reds), looks far more official & then no-one bothers you.Often it is not the letter of the law but the perception of it, the copper parking on double yellows might be within the law but is seen as a piss take by some..