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Police and Law Enforcement

Parent Category: Crime
Agencies dedicated to preserving the obedience of criminal laws and order within a society
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With a warrant or if he witnesses crime.
The 2008 statistics compiled by the US Dept. of Justice, the most recent completed available, show the most common homicide victim is a male (approx. equal for black and white) between 18-35, with a gun, by an acquaintance (someone known to the victim). Please see the links below for a more...
According to Wikipedia as of 2009 there are over 7,500 officersemployed by the California Highway Patrol.
Yes; if you are in police custody, then it applies.
Start by speaking with his superior officer. If this does not settle the issue then ask to see the chief of police. If all else fails, an appointment with the mayors office may help to get things done, realistically all that will be done is a note or memo of discipline in the officers review jacket ...
The duties and responsibilities of a police man are to protect andserve his/her city.
Yes . Miranda v. Arizona, (1966) was primarily a Fifth Amendment case requiring police to inform anyone in their custody of their Fifth Amendment right to remain silent (under the self-incrimination clause), but also invoked the Sixth Amendment right to an attorney before being interrogated and...
Class d mistominor could get in a lot of trouble the minor and the person of age supplying the alochol, its a ticket and a fine for the minor i believe and jail time for the adult in most places
a r police means and rules and regulations
Yes, they can look up the address of the person to whom the license plate is registered.
The police would investigate the claim, and if they found probable cause they would arrest you.
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If your question is "How do I apologize to an officer?" you can call the station where he works and leave a message, asking him to contact you. Most officers will return the call.
Private security systems provide the exact same services as local state/county systems, but charge all the government agencies for the service. They have their own jails/prisons, transport services and guards.
No, they send a tow truck to come get it. A Police Officer can drive your car if you have been arrested. If the car is in a dangerous position they would move it to somewhere safe.
If it involves a case you will be sent to jail for abstruction.
because of the new governer strickland not stepping up the police enforcement
There is no uniform system for tracking the number of people killed by police action. Each state handles this information differently, and some do not keep statistics on this at all. For these reasons, it's difficult to provide an accurate answer.
In a democratic society, the population gives its consent to the government that it elects, and that government appoints police officers. Therefore, police power derives from the society in general. In a dictatorial society, police power derives only from their weapons, since social consent is not...
Burglary is usually the result of the greed of the burgler.
If you asking what departments make up a typical Police Force, then in the UK these are the most common, although each force area will organise according to local requirements. Uniform Police. (general day to day Police Duties) CID. (Plain clothes Criminal Investigation Dept) Traffic Police -...
Many different national laws allow for what is formally known as "citizen's arrest". You can arrest someone and turn them over to the police, if circumstances warrant. Of course, if circumstances do not warrant and you decide to arrest someone anyway, you can be charged with false imprisonment or...
1st year 40 000 to 55 000 at the 9th year they could be making over 90 000 officers get paid the exact same as teachers in Toronto
polygraphs aren't scientifically proven to be accurate so aren't accepted as evidence in court
Criminals are wicked first of all because they are human with weaknesses; they are usually not able to think through to their own long term consequences, much less anyone else's. They deserve punishment, hopefully imprisonment, for the public's safety and to discourage further crime. Unfortunately...
Only the law enforcement agency you are considering can answer that question. Call the Human Resources dept. of that agency and ask them; you should also ask them for the criteria that is required of an applicant.
Police in the US get their authority from the people who elect the legislators who enact the laws which include the authority to uphold them.
when there is an emergency. you should know that.
A search warrant or an arrest warrant are signed by a judge giving the policy the authority to carry out the specified procedure. The District Attorney must show cause to have the warrants signed.
Fraud or impersonation of an officer of law.
You have to be able to control your blood pressure and heart rate, meditation can help. Some anxiety drugs have been known to cause false negatives.
Lie detector's are commonly trusted devices, however, to fool one requires very little effort on your part. You simply think of the most exciting thing you can, imagine yourself doing it; lie detectors need to take a 'base-reading' which allows the machine your normal skin conductance and...
Yes, with a base ball bat or some other blunt object.
yes you can just because your wife has a record does not mean that you become a cop but first go to an academy and get your degree and you are on your way
It certainly can be, but it is not always. If it is not 'puffery' it could be fraud.
A policeman is 'un policier' (masc.), 'un agent de police', or 'un gendarme' (masc., pronounced 'zgahn-dah-rmes'). The difference is that gendarmes are responsible for rural policing and have military status, while 'policiers' attend towns and are civil servants. The informal term 'cop' is...
For serious crimes, an uncooperative witness can be held as a material witness to ensure their availability at trial. As the term infers, the witness' testimony must be critical to the case before a court will allow this to happen. Some states have provisions in their laws to compel the...
A year more in jail for violating your parole doesn't sound serious enough for the Michigan authorities to pursue on the face of it. However, I have a strong feeling that it won't really matter as you will be getting into new trouble in a new location. Why? Because you don't currently have the...
Until the statute of limitations applicable in that jurisdiction expires, a suspect may be charged.
The Miranda decision of the Supreme Court was concerned with policeinformed the accused of their rights when they are arrested. Theyare called Miranda Rights.
As far as I know, the only way to actually join the green police is to be a currently serving police officer in the greater New York metropolitan area. However, if you want to get involved with social change for the environment, there are plenty of local and national groups you can join to make a...
They wore green uniforms, that's why they were called the green police.
Assuming that you mean the charges were originally taken by the victim and dropped by or at the request of the victim, Then if the state (in GA at least) motions to prosecute (typically domestics) on behalf of the state, then the charges stand and the victim takes on the role of victim/witness in...
In GA this would be considered a "Simple Battery" a misdemeanor, and would require school documentation of the "bullying" and a police report. This can be made with a Juvenile Complaint Form, and submitted to the local juvenile court for inquiry/trial. Your Local PD or SO can facilitate this.
#1 and most prominent and often Domestic disturbance #2 violent traffic stops not that often but usually happen to highway patrol #3 is the rare shoot out which is happening more often, but not because of gun control because of self control #4 probably would be high speed chases officers are...
In U.S. police departments, about 15% of officers are female. In sheriff's offices, the number rises to around 28%.
If you are talking about a real earth worm - No, but why would you want to saluter it in the first place? If you are using the word 'worm' to refer to someone you do not like - then yes, this would be murder and you would be arrested. Just because you do not like someone there is no reason to kill...
Yes, there were witnesses who testified against Ernesto Miranda at both trials. After the US Supreme Court ruled that the confession used to convict him in his first trial was inadmissible in court because it was given in ignorance of his Fifth Amendment right against self-incrimination, the...
The most important enhancement that computers have provided to law enforcement are: . Data bases containing vast amounts of information pertaining to crimes and known criminals from their own jurisdiction or any jurisdiction, including international. Data bases containing helpful information from...
"...was developed without seeking the advice of local public safety organizations..." (Frank Schmalleger. page 170). Schmalleger, Frank. Criminal Justice a Brief Introduction. 9th ed. Upper Saddle River, NJ. Print. .
In order to enter the police force, a person must pass both psychological and physical reviews. I would not say it could never be done, but it would not be likely. Most people with Aspergers Syndrome tend to have some issues with speech and social interaction. These would both count against a...
why would you EVEN give false information to an officer in SC?? if i were you i wouldn't. but 1st of all i don't get in trouble like that and 2nd don't do it or you will go to JAIL and sewed! they will know it wasent you they hunt for address etc etc etc ect etc just be a good boy and...
No. That was the theory and justification, though. But almost from the start it expanded. Now it's an opportunity to check everyone's identification papers and generate revenue through tickets for seatbelt use, lack of insurance, expired tags, etc. Answer Check points may be for other...
you've got to be blind not to see! They were forcing women to strip totally naked in a shelter in Homestead Florida for financial gain in the year 2000 the shelter is located right next to the Homestead AirForce Base in Florida.The people that worked in the shelter should also be investigated.I...
It takes about one year for a disorderly conduct offense to beremoved from your record in Ohio. However, it does not justautomatically disappear. An offender must fight the charges for itto be expunged.
If its drug money or stolen money then no. If they take it without reason then yes.
If the party's causing some problems then yes,and they have the ability to stop the party as well.
The police officers job would be to capture the criminal, bring him to justice, and fill out his report and turn it in to his advisor.
In order to be a police officer your record has to be completely clean.
When police pull someone over they will always touch the back of the person's car in order to leave fingerprints, in case something were to happen to them as well as to make sure the trunk is shut. That way, nobody can jump out and attack them while they are dealing with the driver of the vehicle. ....
Police using their power to terrorize citizens using unjust force.
Yes. Before the trial/hearing starts the defendant can choose to be tried by a jury or the judge.
In California its possession of Meth.
The four basic components of the criminal justice system include the law enforcement agency, the prosecution office (known as the solicitor, State Attorney, or district attorney), the courts, and the corrections system. There are several divisions or departments within each component that will serve...
Because of the disproportionate number of people with violent criminal history as opposed to law abiding citizens is one train of thought. But another is that often self defense weapons are used by criminals to commit crimes so people over react and make rash decisions. What most people don't...
International police
The Police use Standard Baretta M9 Sidears Sorry, that is not correct. SOME police may use Beretta M9s, but all police do not. In the United States, each department sets its own requirements for what officers carry. In the city where I live, officers carry Sig 229s. In the county, officers carry...
This refers to "lateral entry" hiring programs where officers who are already certified as police officers in one agency can transfer to another without having to complete a full police academy. Lateral entries are common within a state, but there are usually more restrictive rules if an officer is...
Trying to guess whether a person is or is not guilty is a fifty/fifty proposition. Obviously one wishes to know the guilty, and does not wish to wrongfully detain the not guilty. Looked at that way, it would only have to increase the chances of guessing right by one percent to make it...
Scotland Yard is a place in London, England. The name dates from a time (before 1707) when Scotland and England were still separate countries each with their own king, court and government. As a result the Scottish kings kept their own embassy in London, just as they did in any other foreign country...
The Ministry of Defence Police are currently using MP7s. Normal Firearms Authorised Officers are still using semi-auto MP5s and G36s.
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As of August 2011 there were 242 sworn officers.
Yes it's called abstruction and you could go to jail for a while.
An officer is permitted to conduct a frisk for weapons that might be used to harm him during an investigative detention, otherwise known as a Terry stop after the U.S. Supreme Court case of Terry v. Ohio. The officer is allowed to remove an object from a pocket or within clothing only if he...
a officer who can not be hired by any law agency
1940 is rubbish answer. The correct answer is that the first officially organised Police Force in the World - not just the UK - was set up by Sir Robert Peel in 1829. Where you got the answer 1940 from I have no idea.
If its threats then 1 to 5 years. If its just something like you won't stop calling them, you could possibly get off the hook. But if its something a little more serious maybe a day or two.
Law Enforcement agencies are part of the Executive Branch of government.