Madera police officer John Rosel, top, watches the Reserve Race pass as he works traffic control along a park street during the CIF Central Section Championships 2013 in Fresno, Calif. Officers often are called upon to provide traffic control for events or can be hired by businesses to do so. They retain their full law enforcement powers during such duties.
Madera police officer John Rosel, top, watches the Reserve Race pass as he works traffic control along a park street during the CIF Central Section Championships 2013 in Fresno, Calif. Officers often are called upon to provide traffic control for events or can be hired by businesses to do so. They retain their full law enforcement powers during such duties. Eric Paul Zamora Fresno Bee
Madera police officer John Rosel, top, watches the Reserve Race pass as he works traffic control along a park street during the CIF Central Section Championships 2013 in Fresno, Calif. Officers often are called upon to provide traffic control for events or can be hired by businesses to do so. They retain their full law enforcement powers during such duties. Eric Paul Zamora Fresno Bee

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