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An estimate of around 87,000 (the result of a study in 2000 and 2004). The number have probably slighly over the years, either up or down.
Police Officers use math very little during the course of their career. Math would depend on what Branch of law enforcement you cover. Example, A traffic reconstruction expert… would need math to work out how the accident ended up the way it did, i.e. skid marks. Forensics is also another Branch of the many that use math.
I think that you need Job training skills and Qualificatrions for the job. A right for animals and the abuse giving to the animal (that is very bad). Criminal justices
police have been known to use tazers, hand guns, and shotguns The most common are 9mm pistols, knight sticks and tazers. I believe the Glock 9 is the most common firearm used… by police.
Math is used by police officers as a part of many investigations. Measurements and calculations are very often needed for a traffic accident or investigation of a crime scene.… The forensic experts use math to determine how and when some crimes have occurred.
Subject to the limits imposed by statutes, departmental policies and situational necessity...Yes.
Not in the United Kingdom (Great Britain and Northern Ireland). All forensic support services, including the forensic examination of operational crime scenes, is undertaken by… unwarranted civilian support staff.
No offense to you, but logically that was a very stupid question. Math is not only used by mathematics people, yet it used in all careers. For example, if police didn't know m…ath, how are they going to get paid well. Another very significant reason, using a gun is not only pointing it and poom! shoot!, indeed you have to know a lot of measures. Just to make a long story short, Math is not only numbers. Math requires you to think before you act.
over more than million
police dont use allot of technology in this job. The technology that they would use is a computer that they use to find chriminals, write statements of other people and commun…icate with other police stations.
According to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, the number of police officers of all types, as of 2008 is 1,649,300. See the link below for a breakdown of this total by type o…f officer.
In most cases, yes. If the police in your area are armed then you would also be required to carry and qualify with firearms. However, this is not always the case. In countri…es such as those within the United Kingdom, the standard police officers are unarmed, with only trained Authorised Firearms Officers ever carrying firearms. This is occasionally true in the United States. For example, the Traffic Enforcement officers of the New York Police Department do not carry firearms. Additional Information: the un-armed traffic enforcement officers referred to above, although uniformed, are CIVILIAN EMPLOYEES of the department. Their authority is much the same as school crossing guards. They are NOT sworn law enforcement officers and do not possess the power of arrest.
Guns, tasers, police sticks, walkie talkies, etc.
I don't know all tools. A police officer's main tool is the computer but other tools include a patrol car, motorcycle, pistol and Taser....
if it's suppose to be a joke then i don't get it but if it's not then maybe to calculate the amount of things you need for the animals, to count the animals....etc....
How DO* police officers use geometry obviously you're not smart enough to be anything else.