What kind of responsibilities do you have for being a police officer?
to eat doughnuts and get mad at the wrong people
When a police officer uses his right arm for spray control the author is using what kind of electromagnetic wave?
As a police officer, your going to be dealing with mostly the negative aspects of the community in which you work(thats not to say you wont deal with good things either). Anything you can think of - is what you will be dealing with. If you've ever watched Cops, you have a very small idea of the things to come..... Hope that helps?
A "sworn officer" is a police officer who has the full power to arrest someone for breaking the law, whereas an "unsworn officer" is oftentimes a volunteer who can assist the sworn officer, issue tickets and citations, but cannot make an arrest. In many jurisdiction, the sworn officer is also the only kind of of officer who can carry a gun at all times.
i honestly do not think so. i just think that you have to get your licence renude. Another View: Not really sure what kind of license is being referred to. In the US most (all?) states require police officers to be "certified" as meeting state mandated requirements in order to exercise their power and authority.
Before arresting somebody a Police Officer must give the suspect a caution. Here is the Police Caution in the UK: "You do not have to say anything, but it may harm your defence if you do not mention when questioned, something which you later rely on in court. Anything you do say may be given in evidence." Then the officer asks, "Do you understand?" The caution differs in different countries, but is based around the…
Law enforcement officers develop MANY means of gathering criminal information. If you do not wish to become an informant, refuse to do so. If the officer has some kind of leverage on you, then you will have to make that decision yourself balancing your own self-interests. If you believe you are being harassed or intimidated, make a complaint to his agency or department regarding his relationship to you.
What kind of sentencing for police chasing you through 3 different counties and they tried to run over the police?
Well, a police officer should be in physical shape not only to chase down "bad guys", but also to be in a better state of mind. Its a fact that people who are in shape are in better moods. As far as physical training a police officer should run, weight train, and generally be in good physical shape.
A role expectation is what you are expected to do depending on what role you obtain. Every role has expectations. Kind of like a play or an acting situation. You play a role. That works for real life. Everyone has a role and there are expectations that follow. Example: If you are a police officer, then as your role as a police officer you would be expected to protect the town. As a student you…
It depends on the speed of the officer that is saying it. The Police caution in the UK is: "You do not have to say anything, but it may harm your defence if you do not mention when questioned, something which you later rely on in court. Anything you do say may be given in evidence." Then the officer asks, "Do you understand?" The caution differs in different countries, but is based around the same…
You wouldn't give your last name to a customer who is a police officer he called his dispatch to send out a local county police officer to get your last name you didnt do anything wrong?
Not enough information is given about the circumstances. The questioner says they didn't "do anything wrong." If the officer takes some kind of official action based on whatever it was that happened, he will have to support his allegations in an official statement. THEN, the questioner will get their chance to defned their action(s) or lack thereof.
Whether a police officer or any other person in authority can talk to a child without that child's parents being there depends on the law in your area. Many places do not allow police officers or ancillary staff to interview children (minors) without a parent or other appropriate adult being present. On the other hand, if a police officer sees a child doing something potentially dangerous (running across a road, or teasing a dog, for…
Police officers work in a variety of environments, from indoors in climate-controlled buildings to their patrol vehicles driving down the road to the outdoors in the middle of nowhere. Also, police officers often find themselves in the less secure portions of the city or region they work in, which can be stressful.