Thursday, September 27, 2007

Ernest Hancock Website:
Date: 09-26-2007
Subject: Police State

Off-Duty Police Officer Human Subjects Overview Pacific Institute
Off-Duty Police Officers are hired by PIRE as consultants to provide assistance with the National Roadside Survey. The survey sites are marked with two signs that say “Voluntary Survey.” Off-duty police officers assist with directing the safe flow of randomly selected vehicles into the survey site. They do not speak with subjects. A Survey Manager signals the police officer when an interviewer is available to conduct the next survey. The off-duty police officer then selects the next vehicle that can be safely waved into the survey site. To ensure unbiased selection of the first vehicle at each interview site, the third vehicle passing the site after initiation of the survey will be selected by the officer for the first interview.

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