People end up stuck or buried in an avalanche because they go beyond the no-go zones. One such couple did this and they looked for them, was able to save one but they weren't fast enough to save the wife, and they were sued. What for? It's obviously not rational or relevant. Their job is to try and save people, it obviously doesn't happen every single time.
For every one person willing to be glad they were there to help, there are just as many screaming about the legality of it all. Knitpicking something irrelevant to what the emergency was.
The same kind of legal system you've got, we've got. The point is: that the law can be used to sue search and rescue operators for saving lives, and the same system will want to also knitpick about something that's not so important like troupes being allowed to help police when the need arises.
The same sort of knitpicking that distracts people from important issues with collectively deciding whether one minority group can live the way they want. It's the same knitpicking, all the way around. The only difference is on the issue in which it's happening.