The Police Protective Fund encompasses a number of different programs that aid law-enforcement workers in various way. One of their most important programs is their "Line-of-Duty Death Benefit." Enrollment in this program is absolutely free to any and all law-enforcement officers, and provides a $10,000 benefit to the beneficiaries of officers killed in the line of duty. In 2006, Police Protective Fund raised $5,938,902 in donations yet awarded only $37,000 in death benefits. In 2007, Police Protective Fund raised $6,881,915 in donations yet awarded $50,000 in death benefits. Most of the money raised goes towards their fundraising expenses.
Many law agencies use telemarketing firms to solicit funds for such programs as a legal defense funds for police officers, or "Backstoppers" which is an organization that aids widows and children of officers slain or permanently injured in the line of duty. When a person is contacted over the phone or at their door by an agency they should refuse to give money or information until they have made certain of legitimacy of the solicitor. Never give out credit card or bank account information or allow anyone to enter your home that you do not have previous knowledge of. When in doubt call your local police department for assistance.
Call the police or divorce him If there is a threat of physical violence, you may also be able to obtain a protective or restraining order, requiring him to leave your home and stay away from you.
get a parent or call police
No, the employer cannot call you at home to demand that you get off unemployment. When you begin drawing unemployment, the employer does not pay directly - there is a fund in which employer deposits are being placed and that fund is where the unemployment payment comes out - nothing to do with your ex-employer. If your ex-employer is harassing you; however, you should call the police and BBB.
Parents can either call the cops on you, or for you. They can call the police and tell them that you are to hard to handle as a child. The police would probably contact Child Protective Services, and they would either place in a home where you are easier to maintain and watch. They could also put you in Juvenile Hall if you break more serious rules. They can also call the cops if they didn't know where you were and the police would find you. The police would probably call the DSS (Department of Social Services).
CPS stands for child protective services, and it is the organization that will get involved if a child is being abused or neglected. If a child has runaway, you would call the police to have her picked up and returned.
Call the police and an ambulance.
Call the police.
call police, contact a parent or guardian, call trusted person.
The laws are different in every state but most likely yes if you are 17 your parents can call the police to return you home, You are not an adult until you are 18.
You contact your local Child Protective Services or the equivalent agency, or the police on their behalf.
call the police and then take him to Cort
Call the police without her knowing, then bust her there and then!
All children have the right to feel safe in their own home. If this isn't the case you have to contact the police or Child Protective Services so they can help you.
The one you live in - go home! It doesn't matter where you go, the police will still be looking for you and the people helping you will still risk being charged for helping a runaway. You are not gaining anything on running away. If you are being abused at home you can call the Child Protective service and they can help you.
Just ignore them, if they do anything to you, your home etc. - call the police and have them handle it.
Tell a trusted adult, the police or the Child Protective Service and they will help.
They would be an unaccompanied minor. If picked up by the police, they will be returned to their home or placed in child protective services location.
You can contact the Child Protective Service and they will investigate and see if you can stay at home or not. You can also talk to a trusted adult or relative or the police.
If he has died at home, then you would call the police so that the coroner can come and pronounce him.
Go home or call the police so they can take you home. Anyone who helps you knowing you are a runaway can get charged with aiding a runaway. If you are abused tell the police and the CPS can help you.
Nothing. You are legally under her supervision until you are 18. If there is abuse, you can call the police and they will take you into protective custody and have you put into a foster home until you are 18. If you are just having your differences with your mom, wait it out and it will all pass. Everyone dislikes their home at one time or other.
he doesn't call the police because then the two of them ( as in sodapop and Pony boy who are both younger then 18) would get put in a boys home. They would think that darry couldn't deal with the responsibility of having two kids at home and would take themm away.
Yes, but for it to be legal and you not to be reported as a runaway you have to go through the Children's Protective Service or the police. They will also help you with a place to stay.