I would say no. Law enforcement officers should be shielded from some elements of tort law. For example, tort law can be used to punish trespass. If a law officer "trespasses" in the course of his or her duty, tort law should not apply. However, other elements of tort law not only should apply to law officers, they essentially must. An example here would be responding to false imprisonment. The very idea of false imprisonment is that there should be some legal strictures, and that there is such a thing as true or appropriate imprisonment. That directly applies to law officers, and should.