WI police access to CC info
I got pulled on on my bike last week about 50 yards from a 55mph sign. I should have just waited to speed up, I got a warning...anyway after the cop ran my license he seemed to look me over a lot more. I don't have anything but a stupid jet ski ticket on my record for being too close to a boat...This was the day after my license was issued, but I didn't get it for another 2 days. The PO was nice and friendly the whole time, really like my bike and was impressed I was in full safety gear. Said everyone else he pulled over that day had shorts and flip flops on...I ride hard so I am always in full gear...So my question is, when a PO in WI runs your license, does it state you have the CC certification?? The statutes seem murky on this issue...law enforcement has access to CC info to:
To confirm that a license or certification card produced by an individual at the request of a law enforcement officer is valid. Wis. Stat. § 175.60(12)(b)1a.
If an individual claims to hold a valid license or law enforcement certification but does not have his or her license document or law enforcement certification card with him or her, to confirm that the individual holds a valid license or certification card. Wis. Stat. § 175.60(12)(b)1b.
To investigate whether a person submitted an intentionally false statement in a license application or renewal. Wis. Stat. § 175.60(12)(b)1c.
To investigate whether a person complied with the requirements governing the return of revoked or suspended CCW licenses. Wis. Stat. § 175.60(12)(b)1d.