Originally Posted by letsgetit22
Ok. But the police also should've questioned the callers reasoning for calling them. Unless the dispatcher relayed that someone was actually robbed, police should've approached the situation differently. I don't think immediately approaching the kid was the best way to handle the situation.
If the police walk toward the location that the call was made ...(the bank)
and they see the person who fits the description
why would they walk away and ignore them?
I mean... were the callers still in the bank?
did the caller leave?
you are acting as though the police spent extra energy to avoid the caller...
when in fact, the police just respond to the location with the info dispatch gave...
the callers could have been at the scene too....
Would not have made a difference