What's called when the police or DR frequent restaurants and not pay.
Isn't that against the law?
DR should be FD.
I know a police officer who got fired for using a free car wash privilege that applied to his squad car, on his personal vehicle instead. You can definitely report police officers and firemen for criminal behavior.
I think its called conflict of interest OP. I might be wrong. I think there might be a more specific name for the circumstance of gratuity.
It's true that police and fireman try to pressure retailers into giving discounts and freebies--- implying that if you're ever in need of help, it's best to be on their good side.