Why do police have their number on private?
- Big MouthLv 66 days ago
They're kinda shy.
- new_bumble_beeLv 71 month ago
This scenario would depend on multiple factors though, most of the times it would be on register so basically the people the law enforcement agency officers 👮 👮 👮 👮 👮 💂 💂 💂 💂 💂 👲 👲 👲 👲 👲 👳 👳 👳 👳 👳 👦 👦 👦 👦 👦 👱 👱 👱 👱 👱 🚓 🚔 🚚 🚛 🚗 but, it doesn't necessarily matter whether the number is published on your caller identification on your phone as even if it did the phone carrier company wouldn't allow you to contact back them back; however, if you have an emergency or any urgent situation along with / or, time sensitive situation then, feel free to contact emergency services for assistance
- Anonymous1 month ago
Because they've read your "question" on Yahoo 5 or 6 times and don't want to have to hear it again: "How does ban still apply to me of going to the cafe? There a cafe which I have been told not to go near the building or the police will get involved. So the owner changed and it’s none of the same people working there. On yahoo I have been told I can’t go there still. The new owners don’t know me so how can I still get in trouble for going there?"
I assume that most people who know you have their number on private.
- STEVEN FLv 71 month ago
Whoever called you DID NOT call from a police number. Even when they call from an unpublished number, your caller ID shows the PUBLIC number for the department.
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- BruceLv 71 month ago
Most departments have several phone lines. The detectives and supervisors are assigned unpublished numbers so they don't tie up the main line. The department still wants all incoming calls to go through their main line, so they don't make them public.
- Bone AloneLv 71 month ago
911 isn’t exactly private.