As to what situations I wouldn't put them in: I wouldn't put them in any high-risk situation. For example, if we were going to serve a warrant at a known drug house where the suspects are known to be armed. Those situations are dangerous enough as it is. I might use them later to transport the subjects to lockup but definately wouldn't be part of the take down.I was surprised that newbies get thrown into domestic disputes. I had thought they were considered very dangerous.
Given the right training and mentorship, they should be able to handle anything the regular rookies can. I got tossed into traffic stops, domestics, burglary, etc as soon as I graduated the Academy. The celebs should be able to handle it as well.
My initial intel said the stars had completed the ENTIRE police academy curriculum. As it turns out, they didn't even do HALF. Further information indicates neither "Wee-man" nor Latoya would have made it through the full Academy (Wee-man because of his height and Ms. Jackson simply because she apparently doesn't have what it takes).He's got a lot more. Sounds like the cops in Muncie are unhappy with the show. Read the whole thing.