NFL Police Protocol

VALLEY VILLAGE, CA – NFL wide receiver Roddy White felt threatened by an officer during a traffic stop in DeKalb county Georgia. The officer approached White’s car with his hand on his holster. 


Credit, ESPN.

White received two traffic tickets, one for speeding and the other for an expired license. He asked the officer if it was a protocol to approach his car with his hand over his gun. The officer responded saying it was a police protocol. White took to twitter to express what he experienced in hopes that sharing his story he can save someone’s life.



DeKalb County’s police manual is post online and does not mention anything about putting your hand over a gun during a traffic stop as a protocol.

By, Mabelynn Capeluj.

Contributions from CNN and The Bleacher Report.

Photo, ESPN.


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