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.
Generally, police are a positive force in the modern world. We could not have a civilized society without them. There are good police officers and bad police officers. We need to be diligent in exposing and removing bad officers and incompetent police systems. However, we would not want to live without the police.
As of 2007, there are about 4,000 female state police officers, 19,400 female sheriffs' deputies, and 55,300 female police officers.
how many woman police oficers are there in the us
Yes, it's really important to respect police officers Why? Because they protect us and the stop bad guys for us that's why we need to respect police officers.
over more than million
New york city
(in the US) Law Enforcement officers have always been armed.
In the US, there is no 'standard' starting pay for police officers. All police officers are government employees and their pay fluctuates with the area of the country, the cost of living there, and the prevailing wages being paid in those areas.
In the US most officers are paid yearly salaries which, of course, can be broken down into hourly increments, but police officers are not usually considered to be "hourly" employees. Their salaries can vary widely depending on the area of the country in which they work, and the prevailing wages being paid there.
local and state
Yes. They hold weapons to protect us from bad guys. It is okay for police officers and military soldiers to hold weapons.
There are over 12,500 different police department in the US. They range from one officer to over 30,000 officers.
No. Certainly not.
The number of police officers increased considerably in the 1990s.
US police officers are receiving mental health crisis training. It's for the officers to decide what to do in a certain situation such as if they should arrest a subject or to let them go. Police veterans are often the instructor on what to do in cases such as the one mentioned by knowing how to respond to the ones that are mentally ill.
The current generation of officers have grown up with Miranda so adaptation isn't really necessary. It has resulted in better education regarding civil rights for nearly all US police officers.
Roughly 1.2 million including Federal, State, and Local officers
$23,790 and $58,900
(in the US) Yes, all law enforcement officers are armed. In other nations; Some are armed and some are not (e.g.: the United Kingdom), in still others the police routinely carry even heavier weapons than what is the norm in the US.
(in the US) Municipal - County - and State police forces - and at the federal level there are agencies which operate uniformed police forces as well (e.g.: US Park Police, US Secret Service Unifomred Division - etc). NOTE: This answer was NOT contributed to by True Knowledge!
A majority of law enforcement officers are employed by local governments (city and county).
Postal police officers are armed, but their function is more like that of a security guard. They're generally deployed at or near airports and other large postal distribution terminals.