Dallas PD Headquarters’ new ID requirement could be unconstitutional, expert says
Published April 5, 2019
“Absolutely, it’s a constitutional issue. My guess is the police officer who made this decision forgot to check with the city attorney’s office first,” he said. “Why is it that police officers need to see someone’s ID to go in the building to check public records? That’s not needed to go in the federal courthouse and not needed to go into the state house. But somehow a building full of armed police officers has security interests that require everybody’s ID to be checked? I don’t buy it.”
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