Tuesday, January 15, 2019

231 results for 'police'

The Good Guys Don’t Wear Badges (Part 1)

By DKIdea, published on Feb 15, 2014

There was a time when being a police officer commanded respect from the public…because officers conducted themselves with professionalism, and gave respect to those they have sworn to serve. Yes, there was a time, but that time has long since passed. Now we live in an age where the police are reviled because they have no respect for anyone but themselves, and act like criminals.

To say I’m angry would be a gross understatement. I’m so angry that I’m physically sick. As a father of four young men, I can’t imagine the grief Ron Thomas is feeling at having to hear the screams of his son,... (more)

Tags: police, justice, mental health, murder, homeless, kelly thomas, fullerton

Are we going to get serious about stopping drug dealers?

By Jennifer Stone, published on Aug 15, 2012

... Commission what it missed in 1994, why we need another one?

Why do the drugs still run more than ever? Shootings all over Sydney?

Tattoo Shops and Brothels need to have the outlaw gangs banned from ownerships, and associates thereof. The Royal Commission in 1994 was about the police. Yet it should’ve been what about the criminals and how the vice was being carried out without getting picked up.

The main factors if the system of drugs is still here today than there was a problem we missed the main evidence the system. Allegedly the drugs run through a network of... (more)

Tags: police, in the cross fire, royal commission, secret brothel, abe saffron

Dear Prime Minister, Please help!!!!!!

By Jennifer Stone, published on Aug 2, 2012 charge of the case allegedly made two significant mistakes which led the courts to do a miss carriage of justice. Phuong Ngo should be allowed to walk free or a retrail, however the person I believe through the evidence that pulled the trigger is dead by the internet research.I have asked police to search a brothel in Kings Cross in relationship to information I have given on Juanita Nielsen, Donald Mackay, Beaumont Children and Howard Tyrell. How did I find out? Well the organised criminal gang just told me under the use of conversation hypnosis for some of the links and a huge amount ... (more)

Tags: police, prime minister, juanita nielsen, kings cross, bones remain, donald mackay, howard tywrell

Get serious about the drug epidemic!

By Jennifer Stone, published on Jun 19, 2012

Today, I was sent out on a report. A drug sighting. The police were given the information however the person was giving over the details so it was on the drug hunt we went.

I was meeting someone at the carpark, at the start of the drug run. It wasn't until we had travelled a couple of blocks around in cycles. So that they hadn't seen us that I noticed that the information was correct. I had hit the jackpot. Yet it had just been an hour and traffic was busy.

Switch the phone on and away they went. When you think this is happening all over the world it is frightening. That... (more)

Tags: police, drugs, epidemic, jennifer stone, drug runs, legalise or be serious, millions around the world

Drugs, what are they?

By Jennifer Stone, published on May 18, 2012

...had been around I had no money. Now I had a gig, I was looking for the shot. It wasn't going through my mind about the booze, just to get a shot.

The drug bust had been through, the town was clean people said something that hadn't come in ages. The strip was open for the assault by Police. There were no informants anymore. The nightly visits to the police station to find where or if a drug bust was happening had gone. This was the first time, that the system had failed it was the undoing of the drug trade.

Kings Cross, Darlinghurst Road where the drug barons,... (more)

Tags: police, drugs, government, heroin, in the cross fire, hanging out, drug busts

Extortion Money, Legal!

By Jennifer Stone, published on May 4, 2012

What is extortion? The underworld dog hounds, the dirt of society that believe the world owes them a living have made there own system that exists. Hard to break when the government allows extortion to be a legal business expense. Yet the police dont see the extortion when it is in front of them. They believe the drunken, drug ridden types that do the extorting for a few wealthy people that are many people away. Allowing the extortion to be at arm's reach.

Fighting the war on drugs, should be we are focused on what is happening. We look at where the drugs have been in the history... (more)

Tags: police, law, government, taxation, extortion, legalise drugs

Kenneth Hoss is the Author of Storm Rising

By Wrp68, published on Mar 8, 2012

Storm Rising – A Kelli Storm Novel takes place in and around the 33rd Precinct of the NYPD in Washington Heights, NYC. Detective Second Grade Kelli Storm became a Police Officer to follow in her father’s footsteps, a Detective with the 34th Precinct, who was murdered twenty-one years earlier. During the course of a murder investigation, she finds an unexpected link to her father’s killer. During the course of investigating several murders, Kelli shoots and kills the daughter of a retired Drug Kingpin. Soon her life is threatened, her mother kidnapped and her partner and his wife are killed.... (more)

Tags: police, detective, mystery, suspense, thriller, ebook, homicide, nypd, murder investigation, kelli storm

Maestro of Messaging

By p.d.adams, published on Feb 28, 2012

... arriving with an addiction memory.

It thinks distance itself is the destination.

Its content is semi-clear and yet, somehow, contains celebrity credibility--trying to make a name for itself in a free society with speed and focus alone. Its source is sending from a sector deemed as police.

The message will not delete but will exchange data to default mode. The meaning is changing and now it appears all ideas of confidence have been eliminated as code for [data entry beauty cloud logic entity="debacle"].

She checks her monitor for her own state of correctness,... (more)

Tags: religion, police, education, romance, friendship, society, culture, social network, celebrity, science fiction, technology, social networking, sci fi, algorithm, biobot, galaxy, messaging, photon

The Goddess of Instantiate

By p.d.adams, published on Feb 25, 2012

She scans theJungle as if an elderly woman watching silent from a rosewood staircase with focused concern, false power. She appears to herself, briefly, as one of the biobots positioned at theWorkstation.

Her monitors put on a show. It's the data that loves her the most. It always will.

Far into the future she will remain actively quiet, without prayer, authorized to run on her own with little interruption of self-instantiated loops and corrections--the most perfect of creatures.

Hers is the kind of data future generations will hold up to a celebrity light.

She amazes... (more)

Tags: religion, police, fashion, family, green, love, culture, future, friends, celebrity, science fiction, technology, history, beauty, computer, mobile, sci fi, privacy, goddess, data, evolutionary, biobot

Dancing in the Shadows

By Anastasia , published on Nov 1, 2011

Now we have just past Halloween – and, yes, I did have a marvellous time – you might like to know that the police force here in London has been issued with thoughtful and sensitive advice on dealing with the great sisterhood of witches.

Indeed, they have. Officers of the Metropolitan Police have been issued with a 300-hundred page guide (not exclusively about witches!), containing all sorts of helpful tips on dos, don’ts and correct procedures.

To begin with officers are advised against touching a witch’s Book of Shadows. Yes, we all have one, a personal, hand-written account... (more)

Tags: religion, police, witchcraft, paganism

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