John Carver John Carver is a deplorable wandering Bard who likes to spread"fake news" red pill truth across cyberspace. Being a police officer is not one of those professions. Now for the sake of on-the-job competency, the safety of the public, and offering a greater number of men a pun intended shot at employment, this article will elaborate on five reasons why women all over the world should be banned from being cops. That is, those who can physically hold their own or for at least awhile until a taser or something can be brandished! Well done Kiwis, I guess that rugby culture comes in handy sometimes for the men. Accordingly, this natural inclination for inherently lazy and slow-paced work means that being a police officer is not a suitable working environment for women either. In an absolutely embarrassing video which was captured in New York City, not one but two female police officers are utterly incapable of bringing down a lone black male suspect, all while appearing to be putting in a snails effort to keep pace or chase. The man capturing the video finds this gross incompetence absolutely hysterical.
History of the Norwegian Police Service The police force in Norway was established during the 13th century. Originally the 60 to 80 sheriffs lensmann were predominantly used for writ of execution and to a less degree police power. In the cities the duties were originally taken care of by a gjaldker. The sheriffs were originally subordinate to the sysselmann , but from the 14th century they instead became subordinate to the bailiff fogd and the number of sheriffs increased.
In the cities the police authority was transferred directly to the bailiff.
This refugee, a normal Joe in terms of strength, overpowered the female cops.
Police officers were shot during a protest in Dallas. Fox4 Mr Brown said the snipers fired upon the officers"ambush-style", with some shot in the back in a bid to kill as many as possible. In the hours after the shooting, three suspects were taken into custody while one remained in negotiations with police from the garage of El Centro College in Main Street, after shooting at them for 45 minutes.
He was later killed when police detonated the explosive device. Two of the suspects were arrested after they were seen to throw a camouflaged bag into the back of a black Mercedes before speeding from the scene of the shooting. Another suspect, a woman, was arrested near to El Centro College. Their alleged role in the attack has not yet been confirmed by police.
The suspect in the garage told negotiating police that"the end is coming" and he was going to"hurt and kill more of us, meaning law enforcements", Mr Brown said. The suspect also said there were bombs"all over the place" across downtown Dallas. No explosive devices were found in a subsequent search of the area. However, it was later confirmed the man was not involved in the shooting. Dallas Area Rapid Transit DART said one of its police officers was among the dead, and three other of its officers who were shot had injuries that were not life-threatening.
The protest was being held following the deaths of two men - Alton Sterling in Louisiana, and Philando Castile in Minnesota - in separate police shootings this week. The men, who were both black, were killed by police officers, and their deaths were captured on mobile phone cameras.
Police Scotland may have to draft in senior officers from other forces amid"vacuum of leadership"
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Police Scotland might need to bring in senior officers from other UK forces to deal with the"vacuum of leadership" following the chief constable"s decision to step aside while allegations of gross misconduct are investigated, the Liberal Democrats have said. Justice Secretary Michael Matheson will address Holyrood on the single force this week following a request from the Lib Dems for a parliamentary statement.
The party wants the government to consider bringing in additional leadership and resources, and will call for Mr Matheson to address concerns about how the force is being led. Scottish Liberal Democrat leader Willie Rennie said: There is a vacuum of leadership in the whole organisation. That is why we need the Scottish Government to address the situation and consider whether additional resources and leadership is required. He denies the accusations, which could lead to his dismissal if proven, and has taken"special leave".
Chairman of the force oversight body the Scottish Police Authority SPA Andrew Flanagan announced his resignation in June facing criticism over transparency and governance at the authority remains in post until his successor is appointed. Last month SPA announced its chief executive John Foley is to take early retirement as it set out structural changes which will make his role redundant. Mr Foley had faced calls to resign after an Her Majesty"s Inspectorate of Constabulary in Scotland inspection found""shortcomings"" in his capacity to provide expert advice and support to the SPA board.
A Scottish Government spokesman said:
5 Reasons Women Should Be Banned From Working As Police Officers
When a lorry arrives, about every half hour at peak times, police advance up the remote country lane towards the protesters and force them on to the verge. Annabel Holt, 76, showing one of up to 50 police officers who were dispatched to the site. North Yorkshire Police said they have a"duty to ensure people who want to assemble and protest do so safely" On Thursday around 30 were walking up the path to deal with protesters, although up to 50 are on site.
Anyone who sits on the road to try to block the entrance gate risks being picked up by a uniformed officers and arrested.
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Dallas shooting: Five police officers shot dead, others injured during protests
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Forty-four percent of police officers in lacked such certification.