Union officials in one New York county seem to believe law enforcement officers and their families should be immune from speed limits and other traffic laws. "Police officers have discretion whenever they stop anyone, but they should particularly extend that courtesy in the case of other police officers and their families," Suffolk County Police Benevolent Association president Jeff Frayler told Newsday. "It is a professional courtesy." The union treasurer had previously written in PBA's newsletter: "You don't summons another cop."
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