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If your union or employee rights organization asked you to participate in a sick-out/blue flu to support an employee rights issue, would you do it, even if it put your job in jeopardy?



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If your union or employee rights organization asked you to participate in a sick-out/blue flu to support an employee rights issue, would you do it, even if it put your job in jeopardy?




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Do you wear your seat belt when driving on duty?

Yes(75.8%)
 
No(24.2%)
 

A new law in Arizona requires officers to enforce immigration laws. Would you want to take on this duty?

Yes(75.8%)
 
No(24.2%)
 

Would you want your next patrol car to be a front-wheel-drive model?

Yes(17.1%)
 
No(59.9%)
 
It Doesn't Matter to Me(23%)
 

Do you currently have a wireless network deployed?

Yes, outdoor(3.7%)
 
Yes, indoor(35.7%)
 
Yes, indoor and outdoor(28.3%)
 
No(32.4%)
 

Should attorneys who have represented al-Qaeda suspects be allowed to serve in the Department of Justice?

Yes(11.6%)
 
No(88.4%)
 

Do you make a point to buy American-made products for your equipment needs?

Yes(84.9%)
 
No(15.1%)
 

Do you have any rituals you follow on the job out of superstition, like ball players who do the same thing before every game for luck?

No(58.6%)
 
Yes(41.4%)
 

Have you ever regretted letting an off-duty cop get away with just a warning for breaking a law?

Yes(24.6%)
 
No(75.4%)
 

Should warrants be required to search a cell phone?

Yes(51.9%)
 
No(48.1%)
 

After four Lakewood (Wash.) PD officers were killed in a coffeehouse, will you rethink eating in local establishments while in uniform?

Yes(26.4%)
 
No(55.4%)
 
I decided long ago to never eat in local places for safety reasons.(18.2%)
 

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