- Police say motorists have a duty to stop when being pulled over
- Police say a majority of their cars are marked with a logo, and in some instances, they are not
- If not, officers are trained to identify themselves as Wichita police
- Officers are also trained to disclose their identity or name
- If you are unsure of the officer or stop, police should allow you to call 911
- Police register all car stops with 911 dispatch
- The officer should realize when someone is concerned about their safety, versus avoiding capture, by calling 911
- Officers will let you get to a safe location, such as, a well lit area if requested
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