You are mostly correct
Sorry, I'm still not convinced, I've known a couple LEO's in my day, and they were trained to always assume there is a gun in the vehicle. That didn't mean they got to stuff their piece in the face of every motorist they pulled over. Is a gun that is concealed in a holster any less accessible than a gun on the seat? I don't think so. As if it's criminal, I always like to ask myself one question, would it be criminal if I did it to another citizen? If the answer is yes, then 9 times out of 10 it should hold true for an LEO. LEO have very specific and defined powers that do not include recklessly endangering peoples lives just cause they get a little phobic. Heck, even driving with lights and sirens and exceeding the speed limit must be done with "due regard" to public safety to be legal. So maybe nothing will happen other than a verbal "throttle back", but that doesn't mean more shouldn't be done.