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andrew754

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    Reporting a friend

    Tonight a friend of mine was stupid enough to drive considerably over the limit this evening, and sped off in his car pretty quickly. I flagged down an officer whilst filling up at the petrol station, and the officer seemed more concerned with me, who I was, and why I was reporting him if he was a friend (which was, if you're interested, that whilst he's a friend, I don't want people getting hurt, so I'd rather report it and it be nothing, than not report him, and someone gets hurt/killed). The officer kept asking me if we'd fallen out, or what had happened. Suggesting that I was reporting him out of revenge. He then made me hand over ID, and asked if I was known to the police, which I am. (For recruitment purposes only). I have an interview on Saturday for recruitment to a force control room in my area, and I was wondering if anybody had insight into the process and whether this incident from tonight would go against me in any way?