Update Good morning everyone. First, let me say wow. Thanks to all who took an interest in my post. Your concern and feedback were staggering. I really appreciate everyone taking the time to put in their two cents. Also, I would like to remind everyone that the incident I wrote about was not witnessed by anyone but a 9 year old and a 2 year old. I believe that it went down the way my 9 year old said because I know her to be a truthful child. No one else here is expected to believe that this is what happend beyond a shadow of a doubt, as you don't know her. I am only saying this because I saw mention of having a law enforcement official read all of this and I want everyone to understand that I did not witness any of this myself. I don't want to make anyone out to be a bad guy, I just want folks to be aware. Anyway, here is what happened; I called last night at about 6:30. I relayed the story to the dispatcher as it was told to me by my 9 year old. His response was very guarded, understandably. He asked me where it happened, if anyone else was around, etc. I explained that I wasn't upset or looking to persue anything, I just wanted them to be aware. He said that he would have his sergeant call me. Although the dispatcher did not say so, I could tell by his response that it was highly out of the norm. He kept saying things like, "if this is what happened". I was not in the least bit offended, I understand their position. So about a half hour later the sergeant calls. He says that he will have to find out from the weekend supervisor who was on patrol in our neighborhood that day and he would deal with it as seen fit. (On a side note, I got my days mixed up because of the long weekend. This actually happened on Sunday. ) I tell him that is fine, I'm not trying to point any fingers. No harm was done, again I just want them to be aware that it could have been blown way out of proportion by someone else. The sergeant, was more forthcoming with the inappropriateness of the situation. He said that the officers do sometimes blow their sirens for kids on the street, just like truck drivers do, but that if this is what happened he doesn't agree with it. I told him that I didn't want to get anyone in trouble, that I had let my girls know why this was not okay and I just thought he should do the same. I explained how it was difficult for me to teach them about not getting in the car with strangers no matter how they are dressed if one of his uniformed officers was inviting them into his car. He said he understood my position completely. I thanked him for calling me back and he was very gracious about the whole thing. I think all in all it was a good thing. I don't know whether I will be contacted again. I told him I didn't need to know who this officer was and that I do appreciate their presence in the neighborhood. Thanks again for everyones concern.