Ever wondered why the police touch the rear of a vehicle they’ve stopped?


Charlotte, NC – Have you ever been pulled over by a police officer or seen someone else pulled over and noticed as the officer approaches the vehicle that he/she touches it on the rear?

Have you wondered why they do that?

Here’s the answer. The purpose is to place their fingerprints or DNA evidence on the vehicle in case the vehicle speeds off or injures the officer.

Once that vehicle is located, it can easily be connected to that crime and makes prosecuting the case much easier.

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