Imagine the following scenario: You’re on patrol, responding to some kind of incident. You arrive on the scene and get out of your vehicle. And then you see them—a local news reporter and a camera man. The tape is running. The reporter is talking.
“Jane, we’re on the scene of the incident and there’s very little in the way of details right now, but we have talked to one witness who says she saw the whole thing.”
Then it occurs to you that you’re actually walking into the frame of the cameraman’s shot.
You don’t want to be on the evening news. So, what do you do?
This guy had the answer.