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Do police have the legal right to detain people in a lock down?

 
Anonymous Coward
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12/13/2012 12:22 AM
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Do police have the legal right to detain people in a lock down?
I'm curious, do police have the legal right to detain people indefinitely in a lock down. The incident at the CSU campus today got me thinking. They have locked down some buildings for about six hours now and still counting.

How can they have the legal right to do this? If someone wants to leave, what will they do, arrest the person?

It's not a hostage situation nor are there crazy gunmen inside shooting up the place or killing people, so it's not really a safety issue. Besides, a person should have the choice to risk leaving.

It just seems they have the power to imprison people at anytime, without consideration that some people may have medical issues or other circumstances.
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12/13/2012 12:31 AM
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Re: Do police have the legal right to detain people in a lock down?
Like the Mall shooting....they locked the customers in the Mall and would not let them out for a long time....I think they wanted more bodies on the floor... or they were scared for their life and wanted to sacrifice the customers instead of themselves.....
They seem to have the right....


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12/13/2012 12:40 AM
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Re: Do police have the legal right to detain people in a lock down?
I don't think they have the legal right to do what they do, but they do it anyway. Problem is the sheeple let them do it. This type of thing didn't happen overnight. They have been conditioning our populace to live in a police state for a while now. Like the boiling frog experiment. You can't just throw the frog into a boiling pot. But you can slowly boil it and it won't try to escape. The same thing works with people. They've been turning up the flame very slowly and no one has noticed... until it's too late. Martial law here we come.
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12/13/2012 12:43 AM
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Re: Do police have the legal right to detain people in a lock down?
What will they do if someone decides to leave? Arrest them and charge them for what?
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12/13/2012 12:18 PM
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Re: Do police have the legal right to detain people in a lock down?
No, there will be no arrest. The police will be compelled to kill for their own saftey.
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12/13/2012 12:29 PM
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Re: Do police have the legal right to detain people in a lock down?
legal excuse for tazer practice.

" Lets have a lock down and play tazer tag!!"

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