He sounds like a gun-control nut - same reasoning.
However - although no one should ever be in favor of shooting at any law enforcement this will do two things.
1. The police will do a little more research for the correct address before they come crashing through someone’s door.
2. Or - (what I’m afraid of) the police will step up their overreaction and use of excessive force all in the name of “officer safety”.
Just watch a “SWAT” show on TV - they love to destroy a structure to apprehend the suspect who’s sleeping on the couch.
Your point #2 will allow an expansion, leading the way to unwarranted searches/surveillance by airborne drones, which are now un-touchable by civilian technology...