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I have heard stories of people in Australia telling police via the mobile the rego number and being informed that it is a police car. You may be able to ask to see badge number before winding down your window. Also you may be able to ask for the rank, name and police station they belong to depending on the laws in your state and country. see http://forums.officer.com/t173894/
The best one I heard was a fake unmarked police car tried to pull over a car but the car it tried to pull over was an off duty police woman and identified herself as a police office and the unmarked race speed off. Only to be caught by police. (was in the news)
Posted on May 08, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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