What is officer in charge of Indian police station called?
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Answer . Get a good attorney, and go down to the county district attorney's office.
Depending on what you mean by law? If a state statute was violated by a law enforcement officer and you want to report it the first thing I would do is contact the law enforcement officer's agency where he or she is employed by. Contact there Internal Affairs department and report the actions to the…m so it can be investigated. Sometimes police officers live by a code of brotherhood so your next step would be to contact your state's law enforcement agency. Here in Florida it would be the Florida Department of Law enforcement. (MORE)
The word "Police" generally refers to an agency empowered to enforce laws and maintain public and social order. The term "Officer" generally refers to an agent working for the agency. OR "POLICE" Means P - Politically O - Over L - Licensed I - Incompetent C - Controlling E - Enti…ty And "OFFICER" Means O - Over F - Forceful F - Fearing I - Incompetent C - Controlling E - Entity R - Reviser (MORE)
I am in no way an expert. I am writing from experience with officers. I would look up the constitution and study it like the back of my hand. . Did your husband have a license on him? That is unclear in your question. If he didn't that is tough. . Look up the law for your state on tinted win…dows. . Whenever you go to court the prosecution has to prove all of those allegations, NOT you. So hold your chin up. If you plead guilty, well that's your choice. I wouldn't. . Be prepared to defend yourself. Prepare your Public Defender by giving him/her some of the supreme court rulings online. . Be sure to inform the public defender that you know your rights and want them asserted in your case. Quote your rights if need be. That is just an example of constitutional rights. What the officers can do, I found out, can be very broad if you are stopped while driving. Another thing to remember is to pull over in a safe location if you feel scared or defenseless from any officer and (SAY) so when he/she walks up to your car. I was quoted to by officers about congressional law, I have no right to not show ID, blah blah blah. When in reality there is no Stop & Identify Law here in California. It was abolished in 1983 in Kolender V. Lawson. Stop & Identify was ruled Unconstitutional. So, YOU really have to start knowing law. Law is not only Enforcement Codes it is also Supreme Court Ruling. Know your stuff. Your only going to get what you put in. They are counting on you not knowing. * I have been told many things about public defenders. From experience I can say this. They work along with you. They are only human taking on more than they can handle sometimes. You have to send emails, make phone calls, ask about your case. Give information to your defense. If applicable, find Supreme Court cases for your defense. Explain that your rights are violated and you are not going to stop until your voice is heard. Go to trial if need be. If you feel that you are right and have facts, witnesses, video, photo, etc to back it up. They are they to help you help yourself. (MORE)
Calling officers pigs is meant as a derogatory term, and intended to show disrespect. It is usually used by people that tend to have "run ins" or brushes with the law on a higher than average basis, or live a lifestyle that enforcement of laws could cause issues.
Even if child was not charged at the time or taken to the police station He was searched outside his home while the parent was inside. The officer even asked if the parent was inside.?
This is not a question. Do you have a question? If so, please restate it.
it means you are not allowing the police officer to continue withhis job. Or just interfering or hindering with the officer
In most jurisdictions I am aware of that is a felony criminal act. You will be formally charged at a preliminary hearing and if the charge is sustained by the judge, you will need a good criminal attorney or, if you qualify, the court will appoint a public defender for you.
The IPS officers pay scales, according to the Sixth Central Pay Commission, is spelled out in the Related Link below.
Your son wants to be a police officer has done much in college work wife called the police during an argument no charges but report can he still be an officer?
It depends on the locality and local policies, but if no charges were filed, probably.
In town the local police stations are manned by policemen from the MinistÃ¨re de l'IntÃ©rieur (equivalent of the Home Office) They are called "un policier" for a man, "une policiÃ¨re/ une femme policier" for a policewoman. A common name is "un flic" (a copper). This is a familiar but widesprea…d way of calling them, used even within their ranks. By the countryside police duties are mainly taken on by policemen from the Ministry of Defence known as "les gendarmes". The name goes for both genders (un gendarme, une gendarme). The general public also use, although less frequently, the term "flic" for them. "les policiers municipaux" are employed by the town councils. They have a lower level of executive powers. (MORE)
It depends on the rank structure and chain-of-command of the particular department. No city is named so it cannot be answered any more specifically than that.
Probably not, but it may be hard to explain. Cops are people too and with some exceptions, departments are GENERALLY ok with experimental drug use. Of course, if they ask you when it was and you say "just before I got here"...you may not get the job.
Whenever, in that officer's judgement, they feel that the situation they face requires more than just a single officer to handle.
Khan Bahadur Sheikh Ibrahim Sheikh Imam was the first Indian Police Officer. He was appointed to the Mumbai Police in the year 1864.
If you got into a fight and a police officer asks you to attend an interveiw at the police station what are your rights?
In England and wales you do not have to attend, but if there are grounds to suspect you have committed an offence you will probably end up getting arrested if you refuse. If you attend a police station (under arrest or voluntarily) you are entitiled to legal advice. If you are not under arrest you m…ay have to pay for that advice, depending on where your local force policy. (MORE)
There is case law in Illinois that police officers cannot be victims of disorderly conduct. There is nothing, however, preventing them of signing a complaint on behalf of a complaining witness who is a member of the public and will appear in court.
It may depend on many factors, among them: whether your department will even consider hiring someone with a record at all? How serious the assault may have been? How long ago it occurred? Etc, etc,.
If you are speaking of eluding them via motor vehicle; it depends on the laws of your particular state. In some states the charge is a criminal statute violation, in others it is a violation of DMV regulations.
You could start by filing an official complaint with their agency and have it investigated by their internal affairs division - or - you could contact your State Police Agency and report your allegation.
That would be up to individual agencies there is no universal rule to it. You will have to ask the agency or agencies that you are interested in.
I'm thinking that you're asking "who is in charge of all of the police stations in the district?" The police chief. The hierarchy generally is as follows: there is normally a police chief, who is in charge of the entire police department. This includes all of the districts of that jurisdiction. The …chief may run certain aspects of a police department while an assistant chief may run the other aspects of it, such as administration versus operations. An assistant chief of police may also be considered an inspector. In a large city with several patrolling districts, there will be several police stations known as precincts, while in many cities of moderate size there may be only one or two police stations, known as districts. The main police station is known as headquarters. Police captains or majors often are in charge of each precinct or district. Lieutenants are often in charge of certain divisions of the police departments, such as the traffic, patrol, Detective, or other operations of that particular precinct. Sergeants and corporals are often in charge of a certain number of patrol officers or detectives in that district. (MORE)
Not unless the information in the basic report is testified to under oath at a criminal proceeding. The reporting officer(s) attempt to put down all information known to them at the time the report was taken, however, police reports are NOT sworn documents. Initial police reports are nothing but t…he raw facts gathered at the time of the incident and can be changed, added to, or modified as the investigatory process proceeds and discloses further information. (MORE)
There are many police stations in London, spread around in different parts (west end, the MPA, etc...) The police headquarters is New Scotland Yard.
In most states that I know of, one cannot hold a nurses license after having been CONVICTED of a felony.
It will depend on the department policy, but whether or not it stops you from applying, it will put you at a disadvantage.
Police can still press charges against you at a later date even if they decline to right on the spot. Sometimes they might not have enough information to charge you at the time.
Yes they do or what's the prufe someone did something? Added: Yes. Disorderly Conduct is a misdemeanor charge. With very few exceptions, misdemenaor offenses must occur in the officers presence for them to be able to charge the perpetrator with the offense.
Disorderly conduct is generally charged as a misdemeanor, and most states require the person bringing a misdemeanor charge to be a witness to the incident (there are exceptions, such as in domestic violence). If the police officer making the arrest did not witness the conduct that created the disord…erly conduct charge, he would normally have to have an independent witness to sign the complaint. (MORE)
You could be charged with multiple offenses depending on many factors such as location, time, age, on top of the initial reason for being around the police. Firstly, just judging the question you COULD be charged with Disturbing the Peace, Curfew Violation, Battery on a Police Officer, Resisting Arr…est By Violence, Simple Assault, etc, etc. The list could go on and on depending on multiple factors including location of arrest and how well the officer knows his job. The first step is a minor should not be under the influence. Secondly, a parent should be available. Third, if a minor is assaulting a police officer the minor should serve the maximum days in a juvenile detention center (all depending on local and state). (MORE)
It should not be a barrier, but there are many, many applicants with no criminal record. If there is a tie between you and someone else, you should expect to lose.
The general name is baton (french for stick). The longer baton (about 28 inches) is a night stick- so called because it was carried by policemen patrolling on foot at night. Although rarely seen today, there was also a daystick- a short club, about 12-14 inches. There is also a riot baton- used in c…rowd control- about 30 inches long. (MORE)
(in the US) The individual in charge of the Police Department usually bears the title of "Chief." However, Some departments call them by another title (e.g.: Commissioner - etc).
No. Private individuals do not make the determination on whether or not criminal charges will be pursued. That authority rests with the prosecuting attorney's office. If you report a crime to the police, the police will investigate the crime, and make an arrest or citation as necessary. The file …will then be forwarded to the prosecuting attorney's office, who will review the file and determine whether or not to pursue criminal prosecution. If you are the complaining witness, you will be subpoenaed to trial as state's witness. You may opt to refuse to cooperate with the prosecution. Depending on the facts and circumstances, your refusal will have different effects. (MORE)
An on the spot fine Another View: (in the US) Although this is a BIG country, I am not familiar with ANYWHERE in the nation that this should EVER occur. If it does it is an illegal shakedown, and the criminal charge can be 'Extortion.'
It MIGHT depend on the mistake you are referring to, but usually NO, it doesn't make any difference. In the law these are referred to as "scriveners errors" and if enough of the information contained on the ticket is sufficient to prove that it was actually YOU that the officer was ticketing, then a… wrong date, or a misspelling of a name will not do the trick. (MORE)
You may say 'omawarisan,' which is a friendly term for a police officer, 'junsa,' or 'keisatsukan.' Written in Japanese, these are:ããå·¡ããã ãå·¡æ»ãè¦å¯å®
Yes, they can be charged with assault or battery if the victim is another police officer. If the bad cop is a big bully and no one likes him/her, then it is more likely they will be charged or fired. Often, however, cops don't file charges against other cops and will try to work it out in other ways…. Sometimes the charges will only be internal, that is made by one cop against another and the matter is handled within the department. (MORE)
Police officers must obey the same laws that you do. Police officers are arrested all the time around the world.
normally its free..and you get 3 total so make them count...lawyer first,significant other second and of course your mommy!!!
The official term is the Supply Officer - however, the more common term is "Pork Chop", or simply "Chop", which is the shape of the Supply Officer's collar device.
Many departments allow those who have misdemeanor charges, but they have to have happend in a certain time period. The best way to know is look at the hiring requirements of the agency.
California Penal Code... 148. (a) (1) Every person who willfully resists, delays, or obstructs any public officer, peace officer, or an emergency medical technician, as defined in Division 2.5 (commencing with Section 1797) of the Health and Safety Code, in the discharge or attempt to discharge any… duty of his or her office or employment, when no other punishment is prescribed, shall be punished by a fine not exceeding one thousand dollars ($1,000), or by imprisonment in a county jail not to exceed one year, or by both that fine and imprisonment. (MORE)
In short, yes. A diversion program allows for a person that would otherwise be convicted of a crime to have their charges dismissed if they complete the programs requirements. Assuming you completed the program and your charge was dismissed than you're not a convicted felon and may lawfully posess a… firearm. However, the morality of your crime may prevent you from being a police officer as this will be discovered in their internal hiring process. (MORE)
Depending on their rank, an English police officer is a 'PoliceConstable' (PC), Sergeant, Inspector, Chief Constable, ChiefInspector, etc. An officer may also be referred to as: . 'Bobby' or 'Peeler' - inspired by Robert Peel, the UKpolitician credited with creating the modern police force . 'co…p' or 'copper' - thought to be inspired by early policeuniforms that consisted of copper buttons, helmets or badgesdepending on the force . 'the fuzz' - which may refer to cops being 'fussy' or causing a'fuss' . 'flat-foots' - which may refer to the amount of walking anofficer would do . 'plod' - refers to walking slowly (MORE)
Some large police departments have multiple stations and put Captains in charge to oversee and run individual stations. Smaller departments that only have one station have the highest rank (Chief) in charge of the station.
Smaller departments may have as little as zero or one officer(s) in a station, while larger departments may have twenty officers in a station.
Police station are managed by custody sergeants, who are in charge of the station and there booking in of detainees. Custody sergeants have the same powers and responsibilities as the sergeant rank, and are simply sergeants installed in stations; where responsibilities adapt to the needs of the Pol…ice station. (MORE)
In the first instance, the police officer would be presumed innocent until adjudicated guilty, just as with anyone else charged with a crime in the Free World. Provided the actual charge is indeed 'brutality,' which is quite descriptive, the officer may be immediately reassigned from their curren…t street rota to what is generally referred to as an administrative position. Their salaries would continue up to and possibly beyond any final court action. Internally, the charge would be referred to an Independent Police Commission - an agency who holds the responsibility to investigate the allegation, without influence or pressure from within the police department. They would also hold the responsibility of compiling evidence and witness statements. The responsibility is completely removed from the local police authority to as to ensure unbiased investigations and balanced reporting. The officer, in almost every instance, is referred to his local policemen's union or governing body to apprise the officer of his/her rights, to assist, if required, in the finding legal assistance, and in some cases, to assist with legal aid. The union or officer's representative then becomes the de facto spokesperson for the officer. Any and all media queries and statements go through that same representative. For the good of the public, both the chief of police and the police representative may, from time-to-time, issue joint statements. This is not for the purpose of casting further allegations or stirring up public sentiment, but to work together to find the truth and to deal with the results in an appropriate. A charge of 'brutality' can sometimes be politically, racially, or socially motivated. It's in the interest of all concerned to work together towards reaching an honest, concise, and fair to all parties determination. Sadly, just as there have been documented cased of abuse perpetrated by police officers, there has been an equal number of documented false accusations, which could have denigrated, maligned, and discounted the officer's reputation. In some cases, should this be determined, then the same union or spokesperson representative, would assist in obtaining legal advice, as well as media assistance, to not only restore the officer's good character within their police department, but through the greater public community as well. (MORE)
Yes of course. If an officer tampers with evidence, lies, etc, and this can be proven, then they can be charged with perverting the course of justice.