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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.
when they us there rader to track people down and when they are doing breth testing and when the want to see who fast a car is going
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.
It depends on the locality. Locally to me, the city officers carry a Sig 229M, county officers carry a Beretta 96D, and state troopers carry a S&W Sigma (I think...it may have… changed). Each department sets its own regulations and policies for what its officers carry. Glocks are pretty common. I believe Glock holds about 60 percent of the police market.
Each police agency has their own set of requirements for hand guns. ------------- It depend on state, station or personal preference. In U.S, Most use glock 19s 9 mm. Some u…se berretta 92fs 9mm
Geomerty is used in many ways including diagramming accidents or crime scenes, and in accident investigations.
In the US, you must be a citizen to become a sworn law enforcement officer.
they use guns (pistol), handcuffs,patrol cars,tazers,computers motorcycle,boat
Depends - some may be trained to however it is not required when entering the police force. Usually when there is an accident, medics respond as well as police officers.
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.
Your question assumes facts not in evidence. If you are aware of officers using illegal drugs, it should be reported to the proper authorities, not bantered on a website.
The New York City Sheriff's Office was founded in 1626. The first local modern police department established in Boston in 1838, followed by New York City in 1845.
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....
Dogs are used by Police Officers to sniff out illegal substances such as drugs.