Eliminate the location of police
Most Waze user are safe drivers. A small segment of bad drivers use the location of police to facilitate speeding and other hazardous behavior that actually causes death and injury. If Waze does not want to do any harm we should stop this process.
OP sounds like the guy who thinks that just because he doesn't get into accidents that makes him a good driver. People like this always talk about how everybody else is such a bad driver- but never realize that other people drive "recklessly" because they have to get around your slow ass. Probably an old dude who can't judge distance or interpolate speed of an oncoming car- he will sit at a stop sign for minutes while missing dozens of opportunities he could have pulled out into traffic. Finally the guy behind him gets fed up and simply goes around him- to which he honks and yells at the "crazy driver" who cut in front of him.
Anyone who intentionally drives under the posted speed at all times simply because "safety" is probably one of these drivers. Someone who can't use logic to tell themselves that there is a difference between driving on a busy road at 5pm and the same road at 2am when it is deserted, and that the volume of traffic should dictate the speed at which you drive, and not some sign, is probably one of these drivers.
Fortunately for the rest of us who use common sense to tell us how fast to drive we have waze to help us avoid getting tickets by police who have quotas to hit.
speeding is RARELY reckless commented