Ok, I'm a waze user and I use it in conjunction with my Radar Detector and police scanner. I also have Cyclops Red Light & Speed Camera subscription for my Garmin GPS unit. I have some questions about how to report LEO's. 1. When traveling on divided Major State Highways and Interstates, do you report oncoming LEO's that you pickup on your Radar Detector? I'm sure we all report LEO's that are parked on the side of the road using either IO or Constant On, but was curious as to how many people report LEO's that are driving on the other side of the road, shooting radar. In this example, I mean that the LEO on the other side of the road, is travelling at full speed and not parked. 2. Do you report LEO's that aren't actively shooting radar? Say you see a couple of cop cars at a convenience store, parked and out of the car. Would you report them? Why or why not? 3. The other day, I had a LEO in front of me. He was actively shooting radar and traveling 65 MPH on State HWY 290 near Houston. I was several hundred yards behind him. I was picking up scatter from him shooting cars in front of him. But, occasionally, he would turn on his rear radar and my detector would light up. I reported him the instant my detector picked him up and I visually confirmed his presence. I ask these questions because currently, I report all police activity that I see with the exception of driving by a police station and seeing 50 LEO cars parked outside, etc. I don't want to be responsible for creating false reports, but I also think it's useful to report LEO's so that areas can be established where there is a high presence of LEO's. Thoughts? I also report all wrecks, stalled cars on the shoulders and major debris in the road. I don't report some of the small things I see in the road. Dead cat comes to mind. But, I do see where people report them as well. Thanks in advance for any input.