Internal Affairs. Yep you might have to pay a fine. You can however mire him in tons of pain in the a** paperwork. Simply remind the agency that they work for you, and that most citizens are law abiding good people who don't tolerate being treated as criminal. He will likely be treated to a "review", a "mark" on his file and a couple days riding around with his boss in the car....there is a protocol to be polite and professional, as well a other standards for anger management (on his part). You could be the biggest b**** in the world, he still has to treat you in a certain manner. Maybe this seems like slap on the wrist for his part, but if enough people stayed on top of these type of issues, cops would be more careful in their dealings. Don't be afraid to remind internal affairs that you're going to see this through, as in checking up and expecting discipline and results. This worked for us and our friendly, yet irate local officer!
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