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Cops on the beat can stop problems before the damage spreads.
Please don't arrest me."
"Listen to me, I'm not going to arrest you, ok? I'm not a cop."
"Are you sure?"
"Am I sure I'm not a cop? yes, I'm sure."
"You could be undercover.
Police," I say.
"Let's see your badge."
"I'm undercover. And I'm going to need that as evidence."
She hands me the spiff. I take a drag. "Yep, it's the real deal. You're busted.
We are mandating forces to hold regular neighbourhood beat meetings. These meetings will give local people the chance to scrutinise the work of their local police.
A policeman's lot is not a happy one
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Police business is a hell of a problem. It's a good deal like politics. It asks for the highest type of men, and there's nothing in it to attract the highest type of men. So we have to work with what we get ...
This isn't just a job. This is a service profession. We uphold the law, babe.
It may be you confused undercover with undercovered.
Police are bureaucrats with weapons.
I think of myself as Special Forces, clearing the path for the infantry.
There are people who walk mules and people walk horses, but I never thought there were people who walk cops.
called What to Do When the Police Leave written by Bill Jenkins, whose
From Chapter 1:
The main rub was the lack of RnR and I burned out. Three years and three stripes later, I ejected from the MP Corps, vowing I'd never do police or criminal investigative work again. Instead, I returned home when I should've learned better.
Officer down. Officer down."
"I'm an officer now, am I? That's insult to injury.
So, I got into the law enforcement game. I worked for an outfit called Newton Detective Agency for a while. I worked eight hours on the waterfront making sure the longshoremen didn't take too many things.
Every soldier, every cop who's faced with a decision to make, a life or death, does the best he or she can.
Let's pretend it is a threat, because you need to understand that the other officers aren't keeping me safe from you; they're keeping you safe from me.
Border patrol," a uniformed officer announced as he stepped on the bus. "Anything to declare?"
"I declare that this sucks," Trey said, shuffling past him.
"Hey," Eric said to the office and pointed at Trey. "I saw that guy shove something up his ass.
I gave the prescribed Metropolitan Police "first greeting".
"Oi!" I said "What do you think you're doing?
The police, as servants of law, must be of a high order of integrity. For their word is perforce believed by the virtue of their profession.
I enjoyed being a police officer; I enjoyed the investigations.
If you are a police dog, where's your badge?
I'm not a cop. I'm just a tattoo artist. I'm just a guy who used to be in love with a girl. I'm just a fool who's been fooled too many times before. I'm just a man who's finally getting his revenge.
My sister the booty police.
The object of the patrol method is not so much saving the Scoutmaster trouble as to give responsibility to the boy.
Cops aren't heroes, Peabody. We just do the job.
an odd-job detective agency with fuzzy lines of authority and responsibility.
Breitenau." The first policeman
There are policemen in the street and angels in the clouds
What are you?"
"Im a Shadowhunter...
Policemen, like red squirrels, must be protected.
A really good uniformed cop has tremendous people skills, and they learn how to read people.
Police thrillers are so widely read and police dramas so commonplace on television that many people think they have a good understanding of what a cop's world is like. But in truth that world is seldom revealed with anything approaching verisimilitude. We get it with The Wagon.
I would first recommend we appoint a Police Director that commands the respect of the rank and file.
I'm supposed to enforce the laws of the land.
In my experience, Corporal, the best police work looks like nothing at all and is always soon forgotten." I
Once I became a cop and it's like when I got back into drumming; if I focus on something I become that, so I became a cop.
Let's talk about policing and public safety. Let's debate what works and what does not. We must abandon practices that do not work, and do more of the things that actually do work to save lives.
It is the common peoples duty to police the police.
A call to duty, a call for service.
Everything officers go through in any chase anywhere in the country, but amped up 100 times! I'm right in the thick of things in a car going like 80 miles an hour, and doing 360s in the middle of the road. It was a wild ride.
Increasingly being used for routine duties such as conducting liquor inspections and serving warrants.
What a jolly thing military surveillance is!
There were times when the world did not need policemen, because what it really did need was for somebody who knew what they were doing to shut it all down and start it all up again so that this time it could be done properly.
Making it [police movie] as realistic as possible. I'm honored to be here because it doesn't happen that often from what I hear. They keep people like me away. "Come down and say 'Hello' and get out!"
the cop-friendly Sherma Barthlett as the on-call
Police officers and firemen are so visible in their daily work, there's no mistaking they're there - and that presence makes people feel secure.
Nobody wants zealotry in a police force, you know? You do want to know that the guy who's got that badge, is confident enough to judge a certain level of benign corruption. Like a man steals some food to feed his starving children.
My recommendation is a compelling urgency for decentralisation. There is a necessity to decentralise the Police. We are under policed.
Are you absolutely sure you want to do this? Seems like maybe it would make more sense to call in a SWAT team or Special Forces." "That won't work, isn't Special Forces where everyone gets a hug?" Charlie called. "That's the Special Olympics," Rivera said over his shoulder.
We were like heroes, to stand there and observe the police, and the police were scared to move upon us.
Only in a police state is the job of a policeman easy.
It was a department where you had honesty and integrity stamped right on you when you came into the Los Angeles Police Department. If you violated that, or if you were a dishonest cop, you were terrible. We got rid of you as quickly as possible.
You can't protect me and be scared of me.
I am your guard. I'm here to protect you and keep you out of trouble, and that's it.
THE MAIN DUTY OF LAW enforcement is law breaking. Right now the disciplined forces jobs are the reserve of the 'elite' and security has little meaning, money is the arbiter of law breaking.
Depending on who you are, the sight of an officer can produce either a warm sense of safety and contentment or a plummeting feeling of terror. I've
Two things an officer must do, to lead men. This from old Ames, who never cared about love: You must care for your men's welfare. You must show physical courage. Well,
An unmarked cop car carrying Mitch Lawson and Brock Lucas, both detectives with the DPD.
When a state trooper passes me on the highway, I grit my teeth, check my speed, and hope nobody put a dead guy in the trunk while I was in Wal-Mart last night at two a.m.
I was a cop in the Las Vegas Police Department in 1957. I was very young when I joined. But then I became a federal narcotics agent after that, in Vegas, and that propelled me into my future to fight the drug traffickers.
They won't talk to you because I'm undercover.
Officer, this guy is not waiting around for me ... so you better shoot me or help me but decide now!
My family are police officers, detectives. My brother Mitch is FBI. Mitch is like that - a stern enforcer.
Canine homeland security at work.
I rode with four street-clothes cops in the East Village. I spent six weeks riding with them every day - in street clothes, with a vest underneath.
About a year ago, an entire suburb in this man's jurisdiction turned from the police and erected a substitute agency. To all intents and purposes, several thousand people here have severed their relationship with the South African Police Service. He appears not to have noticed.
The Royal Canadian Mounted Police and CSIS have provided extraordinary co-operation, as I mentioned earlier.
partner ACC Colin Carswell based at police HQ Sir David Strathern chief constable of Lothian and Borders Police Jean Burchill Rebus's current partner, museum curator
I am a military police officer and I have served on two deployments; my first was to Iraq, in a medical unit, and my second deployment was to Kuwait, as a military police platoon leader.
Nothing escapes the vigilance of the New South Wales police; their reputation is known the world over.
STATE TROOPERS Mick Fescoe and Bobby Hatfield were about
We've got to get the gun out of the hands of people who are supposed to be on neighborhood watch.
Law enforcement officers are never 'off duty.' They are dedicated public servants who are sworn to protect public safety at any time and place that the peace is threatened. They need all the help that they can get.
What kind of FBI agent are you?
Personally I had the opportunity to go on several ride alongs with the LA County Sheriff's Department with some amazing detectives, who were invaluable to me.
The line between "police force" and "army" is narrow under the best of circumstances.
to contact Command Authority, sir?
Anyway, what can one do here? I am seriously thinking of running away and joining the Foreign Legion or the North-West Mounted Police - whichever work the shorter hours.
The teenagers who had signed up to be Lookouts loved hustling in the cold, pretending they were marines on a black op. Most of them had been preparing for postapocalyptic stealth missions since they were old enough to pick up an Xbox controller. Father
We're getting rid of bureaucracy, so that we're releasing time for police officers to be crime fighters and not form writers.
now. But I still act like a cop sometimes.
Let's dig deep to build the kind of police force that our fatherland really deserves. We need a revolution of the police force here in Venezuela, and I will carry it out without delay, without excuses.
Went to the shelf and dusted off the AK, cops gotta get pealed.
This guy eluded the French police ... in loafers?
We don't need police officers who see themselves as warriors. We need police officers who see themselves as guardians and parts of the community. You can't police a community that you're not a part of.
You remember Donnie Brasco? It's the most notorious undercover movie ever; it's so street and so real. If you ever imagined yourself doing cop work, you imagined yourself getting pushed to that limit - seeing the furthest you can push yourself while still upholding the law.
We need military border patrols to battle drugs & terrorism.
Soldiers are not policemen, and it's very unfair, even for those soldiers who have some police training, to burden them with police duties. It's not what they're trained for, or equipped for.
I spent a lot of time with the LAPD. I spent six weeks training, weapons training, ride-alongs, surveillance, interviewing them, in all different departments and divisions.
We watch so many TV shows and movies about jaded or corrupt policemen, we forget people join the police force to do good, and they really care about that.
I want every man on the force to try his best, his level best, to try to avoid arresting anyone. I know that this going to take great will power but try.
I'm LEP. A captain. No rent-a-cop gnome is going to stand in the way of my orders.
I try to be a good cop. I try to be a good little soldier and follow orders up to a point. But in the end I'm not really a cop, or a soldier. I am a legally sanctioned murderer. I am the Executioner.
There's nothing like turning on the radio and listening to the high-speed chase that you're leading police on!
Police work can grind a man down, mentally, more than physically. I sensed that it is because of the hours of tedium and boredom, interrupted by moments of sheer terror.
Let's stop pretending we can arrest our way to safety and security. Despite all the fine work that policemen and women do, we have got to find other solutions to deter crime.
I grew up listening to the Police, I grew up performing in bars, singing Police songs.
Diplomacy is the police in grand costume.