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Best Practices For A Traffic Stop

I often tell my own children that I don’t want to “see them on the news”. And in the past we even joked that getting on the news is usually the prize for doing something dumb. In today’s online world, you can leave the house at 8pm be videoed at 9pm and convicted in the court of public opinion before the sun rises.

I also don’t want to see my kids or anyone else become the news through no fault of their own. I certainly don’t want to think that they would suffer because they are ignorant of the law. I once felt like I was being overly dramatic but now it is starting to seem like we should all make these conversations a requirement. I actively teach my family to not only do right but to be very aware of how their actions look in all situations. Provers 28:26 says, “Whoever trusts in his own mind is a fool, but he who walks in wisdom will be delivered.” To that end, Matthew and I wanted to bring you this video that we hope can help walk everyone through the basics of an average Police Traffic Stop.

We are pleased that Police Veteran Eric Muldrow was willing to sit down with us to explain what to expect and what the Police are expecting if you are ever pulled over. You can learn more about proper policing from Eric Muldrow on Twitter at @eldrow or follow him on YouTube at Code Red Conversations.

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