Why is the US considered to be the police officers of the world?
Becuase, after world war 2 there was only two countries that could focus on there military, the US and Soviet Union, and both had most imput on the UN when it was started. Then the US and Soviet Union had different views on how to run there country and then fought with each other when communism started spreading, the cold war. The Soviet Union fell and the US was now the supper power of the world, with China rising behind it. Then the US became dependent on other countries for its resources the people need and now we just go out and protect "our friends and allies", but were really just trying to protect what the government needs to keep our economy running.
In short, the US just go out and claim its fighting to protect us but were just using it to get more resources.
In short, the US just go out and claim its fighting to protect us but were just using it to get more resources.
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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 t…he many that use math. (MORE)
so body who died Random answer above is what I saw that made no sense. I think the answer would vary in different countries. A Public Pfficer is one who performs public functions / duties of government by virtue of direct provision of law, popular election, or appointment by competent autho…rity. His duties involve the exercise of discretion in the performance of the functions of the government, and are not of a merely clerical or manual nature. employees, agents, or subordinate officials, of any rank or class, who perform public duties in the government or in any of its branches shall be deemed as public officers. (MORE)
of course you have to. in order to be a us police officer you have to be a citizen first.
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.
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.
In the United States, a police officer is justified in using deadly force against another person when the other person is putting the officer's life, or the life of another citizen, in immediate danger of death or grave bodily harm. When their or someone else's life is in immediate danger.
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 math, how are they going to get paid well. Another very significant reason, using a gun is not only pointing it and poom! shoo…t!, 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. (MORE)
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 bel…ieve Glock holds about 60 percent of the police market. (MORE)
Yes there actually is a web site called unitedinuniform.com which has thousands of discounts for Police,Firefighters and Military and Disney is one of the discounts they offer.
They use them so they can record rap lyrics. They might forget them if they wait until they get home
No, it's a crime of violence. Moral turpitude refers to crimes involving various sexual crimes and other offenses against public morals.
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 use berretta 92fs 9mm
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 communicate 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 of officer.
Geomerty is used in many ways including diagramming accidents or crime scenes, and in accident investigations.
Many police diagrams are created and recorded using triangulation or base line mapping. Both require geometry.
Yes, it is. Any "un-wanted" touching of ANYBODY (let alone a police officer) is legally and technically an assault.
In the US, you must be a citizen to become a sworn law enforcement officer.
Probably the sidearm most commonly used by law enforcement officers in the 19th century was the single action revolver. Of course, as the century progressed and technology improved, by the end of the century the single-action revolver was being supplanted by the double-action revolver.
The Canadian police can, and do, work inside the U.S. but if you are asking if they can become employed by a a U.S. police agency, no, they cannot. Not unless they became a naturalized US citizen.
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.
Depends - some may be trained to however it is not required whenentering the police force. Usually when there is an accident,medics respond as well as police officers.
Yes, in order for the test to be admissible in court, the police officer must be certified in the proper procedures for use of a breathalyzer.
Police officers use technology such as, but is not limited to: Cars, guns, tasers, walkie talkies, sat-navs, breath testers, computers for checking stuff and lights to direct you. Hope this helped.
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 countries such as those within the United Kingdom , the standard police officers are unarmed, with only trained Authorised Firear…ms 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. (MORE)
Uniformed Division officers are generally hired at the LE-1 grade levels with a starting 2009 starting salary of $50,787. Fopr further information see the below link:
No. The US will continue to bully weaker countries for their resorses and or political gains
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.
Yes. MPs are law enforcement officer for the military, just as policemen are law enforcement officers for the civilian population.
A public servant works in any department of state or territory government. Police are a department in state/territory government that receives funding from tax dollars. Added: ANY employee of government (local/county/state/federal) is a so-called "public servant" because their salaries are paid… by taxes collected from the public (including THEMSELVES) at alarge. (MORE)
I'd say Amsterdam. Here in Vancouver we're referred to as West Amsterdam but technically it's still illegal here and cops can have no association with it. I'm sure with the medicinal marijuana loopholes in the US a cop could smoke weed if say he had a prescription for it.
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.
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....
Officers have to be able to tally the cost of individual items to determine total loss in a crime. They may be required to compute the duration of time between two times or dates. Accident investigation involves numerous formulas to calculate speed from skid mark measurements, crush depth of vehicle… panels, angular momentum, etc. Determining the error between the speed indicated on traffic radar and the actual speed of a vehicle (indicated speed is never greater than actual speed) involves a calculation using trigonometric functions. (MORE)
Is it considered a threat to a police officer by saying to him that you will have his job for doing something considered illegal?
It's not illegal to tell a police officer you're going to get him fired. It's just stupid.
The type of firearm carried by any law enforcement officer is determined by the officer's employer and sometimes the officer him/herself. Most law enforcement agencies permit their officers to carry any one of several sidearms from an approved list. The most commonly carried firearm in the United St…ates is Glock, with about 65% of the U.S. market. (MORE)
There is no requirement in any law that it be applied with discretion. Therefore, except for the sociological and political aspects of their job, police officers are not required (i.e.: do not "need to") use discretion. The fact that they do apply it in some instances, and not in others, is why it…s called " discretion." (MORE)
Police officers are allowed to use force deemed as reasonable in a range of situations. For example if a person wielding a knife was acting violent and threatening towards an officer then reasonable force will be deemed as using a baton, using CS gas or physically using preemptive strikes in order …to prevent the person from causing potentially fatal injuries to himself, the officer or the public. Therefore the answer to the question is that violence is majority of the time a mistake for the reasonable force in which police are allowed to use in order to arrest a person dependent on the risk of the situation at hand. However sometimes the Police can overuse force in a situation which doesn't require it, and even less of the time Police may unfortunately use violence which does lose them their jobs. (MORE)
No, although most states require police officers to be U.S. citizens. There are many who emigrated to the U.S. and became naturalized U.S. citizens.
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....
As of 2007, there are about 4,000 female state police officers, 19,400 female sheriffs' deputies, and 55,300 female police officers.
No. Eminem spent some time working in a restaurant, cooking and washing dishes. Those were the only jobs he held before becoming a mainstream rapper.
In order to enforce the law, police officers must be prepared if necessary to use force against people who will not cooperate willingly.
How DO* police officers use geometry obviously you're not smart enough to be anything else.
Police officers use breath analyzers to test drivers for the presence of alcohol or other substances. They can tell if a driver is over the legal alcohol limit and therefore a danger to other drivers.
The United States cannot be described as the world's policeforce. It would be difficult to build such a case. What can be said about the United States is that after WW2, the USAwas only major world power that did not have its ownterritory ravaged by the war. The USA was in positionprovide financi…al aid to many western European nations. To fight amajor two front war as it did in WW2, required the build up of alarge military force. The following outline displays the fallacy of the WorldPolice idea. A. The allies of the USA were glad that a westernally remained a vital military force. This allowed the allies toparticipate in rebuilding their economies and the cost of repairingtheir military strength could be delayed. B . The allies of the USA readily accepted USA aidin the form of what was called the Marshall Plan. This aid was notforced upon them. C. The facts of world affairs make the concept of"world policeman" contained in the question is a false one oftenused by enemies of the USA to help reduce the positive affect theUSA had in helping her allies. D . Beginning in 1945, the USSR came to dominateeastern Europe. It was a group of nations led by the dictator ofthe Soviet Union, Josef Stalin. By the use offorce, communist dictatorships were installed in the countriesStalin occupied after the war. D1 . From 1945 to 1949 the USA was the only nationwith the power to make and deliver the atomic bomb. If the USA wasa police force, the threat of using it would have deterred evenStalin to withdraw from eastern Europe. E. No elections to create these oppressivegovernments were held. Stalin himself had been the dictator of the Soviet Union from theend of the 1920's to his death in 1952. F. The Soviet Union declared itself to be a nationwith the benevolent intent of spreading its brand of "socialism"world wide. G. The Soviet version of its "socialism" differedgreatly from many of the socialists in western Europe. Stalin hadexecuted or sent to prison fellow communists who believed that hehad hijacked Marxism to develop a cult of personality aroundStalin. H. In the latter part of the 1950's the Sovietleadership revealed to the world the horrors perpetrated by Stalinwithin the USSR. By the late 1950's the party leadership condemnedStalin's activities. The final judgement was seen when Stalin'sbody was removed form the Red Square, where Lenin and Stalin weredisplayed to honor them. I. By 1949, The Peoples Republic of China wasdeclared a communist nation. J. For the better part of the "Cold War" over onebillion people lived in communist controlled nations. K. IF the World Police was the United States it'sclear that the USSR, its communist allies in Eastern Europe andChina would have never been able to establish themselves into aworld force that challenged the USA & western Europe. L. In the years during the Cold War and beyond tothe present day, the United States has worked with its allies andgained their support to eliminate atrocities and threats to worldsecurity. The allies of the USA have almost always agreed andhelped other nations in the world that faced terror and hardships.The USA has never considered itself a "police man". US foreignpolicy has always been geared to secure the safety of itself andher allies. (MORE)
They can use it for all sorts of things. They could be typing upreports of crimes they are investigating. They could be typingdetails of a person that they are talking too. Many of the formsthat they use could be done with Microsoft Word. Basically anythingthat they want to type up, could use Word, …or other wordprocessors. (MORE)
Quite a lot. For example, in the cruiser, police officers haveaccess to an MDT(Mobile Data Terminal), this can be used to runlicense plates, text other officers, run background checks, seewhere other officers are, get a map of the city, and some othercool things. Going back to the license plates, so…me police cruisershave ALPR(Automatic License-Plate Recognition), which can scan thelicense plates of cars around it, and send an alert to the officerif the system finds a vehicle with a warrant. (MORE)