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they served as Hitlers personal police force.



The "secret annexe" was broken into by the Gestapo, hitlers not-so-secret secret police


The SS were his special police force but needed certain qualities to become one one was 6 ft tall and purebred German.


Yes, the police can be called upon and the child can be put into foster care until he or she has been appointed a foster-parent.


If you have told your caseworker that you have been abused by people in a foster home then the case worker should move you out and report the abuse to the police. If this has not been done then go to a police station yourself and report the abuse.


It is supposed to foster and lead towards better relations between the communities they serve and the department and the officers which serve them.


The Gestapo was Hitlers secret police and the Gestapo was one of the key parts in support in hitlers rise to power along with the SA because like the SA, They influence terror to people who opposed the Nazis or didn't support them.


attack Jews, conquer other countries, form a secret police force, and to demand dictatorial power


Mae TuckAngus TuckJesse TuckMiles TuckWinnie FosterMr. FosterMrs. FosterThe constableThe man in the yellow suitSome police officersSome other town people


I meeted a jew when i visit a concentraition in poland on a school who survived the holocaust by hiding and she said that the Hitlers police state were brutal, evil and inhuman people who enjoys inflicting pain on people


The Nazi Secret Police were called the Gestapo. They carried out police duties, investigations, arrests and jailing of offenders. They were like an extremely cruel FBI or Scotland Yard. They could kill at will and they had to cooperate with the Waffen SS. See related links below.


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AnswerNo. It would be illegal. But you could if you want to, but make sure no police men or police woman are around.


Nmake the o one had the guts to he was so powerful that if you did ... well he would probally get the police to torture you and he was ugly


Arrange child care and turn yourself in. If the police catch you they may put your kid in foster care.


The Luftwaffe was the German AirForce. The SS was the bodyguards of Hitler their branch Waffen-SS was the SS armed wing. The Gestapo was Hitlers secret police


Yes there was one and on many occasions they were brutal. (1st)Actually, the Gestapo was the secret police, and they would do harsh and cruel things for going against Hitler in any given way. (my answer)


Yes. If the police are called for domestic incident, or if the parents die or are being held by the police for any illegal activity, the children would go to child services and go to the first available foster care facility until a court date is scheduled.


If I remember correctly, it was a Franchi SPAS-12 and an Armalite (which could've been made by Armalite in the US, Sterling in the UK, or Howa Machinery in Japan) AR-18.


If the person is younger than eight-teen, the foster home is required to report it to the police. Also, when the child becomes seventeen and a half the investigators may stop the search altogether because when you become a foster child the system doesn't so much as care for you anymore you are just a mere salary upon which your foster parent collects.


I say no based on the information you have given. I get the feeling they have refused so if that is the case there must be more to the story.



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