mabe only if you are under 18 years of age
They wore green uniforms, that's why they were called the green police.
Green Vehicles Inc. was created in 2008.
There are lot of green vehicles in the city of San Antonio.
Green Police was written by Cheap Trick, remastered from their original song Dream Police - the Green Police commercial and teasers were launched in late January around a Green Police campaign created for the big game.
Green cars are vehicles that are more environmentally friendly than standard gas powered vehicles. Green vehicles can be hybrids, all electric or flex fuel vehicles that use alternative fuels such as natural gas or biodiesel. The main goal of green vehicles is to cost effectively lower toxic emissions and contribute to more sustainable methods of transportation. The increased fuel mileage of green vehicles reduces your costs at the gas pump.
In vehicles that require green, yes.
Police are like socks. They have red and green. Red light green light!!!! Horray 4 police
Yes. Gretna Green is in Scotland, just over the border from England.
Space Patrol - 1950 The Green Plague 3-22 was released on: USA: 30 May 1953
Space Patrol - 1950 The Green Mold of Mars - 2.35 was released on: USA: 30 August 1952
Safe bet is for you to have both your green card and a valid passport ready when crossing border.
When theres NO risk of a collision or any emergecy vehicles around you such as a police car in pursuit you should NOT move at all UNLESS YOUR GETTING OUT THE WAY!
Space Patrol - 1950 The Green Mold of Mars 2-35 was released on: USA: 30 August 1952
I am not sure where to get a green one, but i think you can get a white or orange on at Schoolmasters.com. I hope that helps!
the reason depends on where you live. in new york it is for park workers, but mostly it is for doctors, EMS techs, and fire fighters. some areas also have it for reserve police.
the green police were not industrial. They were a punk band. More of a rock band. hard to find their albums
Through my research and looking at several websites for various Green Police Departments its seems that they are police officers with a high focus on community outreach hope this helps!
The term "green police" refers to a broad range of grassroots movements and local law enforcement initiatives with respect to environmental laws. In essence, the green police is a social movement to officially or unofficially enforce local environmental regulations. In its official capacity, the green police is a nickname to a branch of local law enforcement in charge of ensuring environmental protection laws are followed. In its unofficial capacity, the term green police is a term referring to private citizens who report environmental violations to their local law enforcement agency, or enforce environmental rules at special events. The term green police has also been co-opted by companies and groups to promote environmentally-themed agendas and ad campaigns. Police and law enforcement department around the world have launched "green police" divisions exclusively in charge of enforcing environmental laws. However, these special units are rarely officially called "green police," but rather have been given this nickname to make their mission clear to the general public. For example, New York City's Department of Environmental Conservation has commissioned a team of twenty special officers who are empowered to enforce environmental regulations, such as pulling over vehicles that are violating emission standards. This New York green police can also inspect food vendors to make sure conservation laws are being followed. In the UK, the Environment Agency has a similar special enforcement unit whose main task is enforce the provisions of the Carbon Reduction Commitment. This green police has been given wide powers to search company properties, examine energy use, and issue citations. Vietnam and Israel have also fielded government green police units. In Israel, the Ministry of Environmental Protection has a Green Police (literally named "Green Police") to enforce green laws. The Israeli Green Police is charged with making sure water laws are followed, inspecting dairy farms, preventing hazardous waste from being dumped illegally, and ensuring asbestos is removed from buildings. In Vietnam, the Environment Police Department handles such tasks as stopping illegal wildlife trafficking and making sure companies do not violate green laws. For example, the Vietnamese green police prosecuted Vietnam Electricity for illegally selling oil from their transformers. The term green police also refers to anyone reporting environmental violations to local law enforcement. The green police can also refer to environmental watchdogs hired for public or private events. Like any other law enforcement agency, the official government green police rely on unofficial green police "informants" to let them know a law is being broken. At the Glastonbury Festival, festival organizers are hiring "green police" to spread environmental awareness and encourage environmentally responsible behavior. This Glastonbury Festival Green Police's duties include making sure festival goers dispose of their cigarettes properly, not urinate in the water and shrubbery, and pick up and recycle their trash. The environmental group Greenpeace is often referred to as the "Green Police" in their private, non-government sanctioned efforts to enforce whale conservation laws.
what did the police do during the civil war?
No. The Green Police or Orpo assumed duties of regular uniformed law enforcement while the SiPo consisted of the secret state police (Geheime Staatspolizei or Gestapo) and criminal investigation police (Kriminalpolizei or Kripo).
£2.50 at the border
The Ordnungspolizei (Orpo) was the name for the uniformed regular German police force in existence during the period of Nazi Germany, notably between 1936 and 1945. It was increasingly absorbed into the Nazi police system. Owing to their green uniforms, they were also referred to as Grüne Polizei (green police).
Little Green Beings
With a green card, border card, or passport WITH a US visa.