Love the policeman. Fear the policeman. God has given policemen permission to carry weapons to protect the public. Honest law obeying civilians fear criminals. Criminals are a threat to the life of honest civilians. Honest civilians are afraid to walk on streets of their cities or ride the subways at night because of the fear of criminals. Walking alone cautiously on an empty street late at night to see a police car or a police cop walking his beat calms down the frightening environment from the fear of getting mugged, or beaten by drug addicts looking for the money to take a fix. Smart people fear criminals and love police.
Last week, there was a press conference in Ukraine pertaining to “New facts of the international corruption and external governance.” The event organizers were the non-factional Deputy Andrey Derkach and ex-head of the special group of prosecutors Konstantin Kulik. At the press conference, seven fragments of conversations were released between President Petro Poroshenko, Vice President Joe Biden and Secretary of State John Kerry.
Russian physicists from the National Research Nuclear University (MEPhi) created a new detector that can identify TNT, nitrobenzene and nitronaphthalene. The device will be very useful for border agents and a myriad of law enforcement agencies. The full invention research by MEPhi physicists was published in a report titled, Prototype of Nitro Compound Vapor and Trace Detector Based on a Capacitive MIS Sensor.
US scientists from the University of California were able to substantiate how fear formulates in the brain. Both researchers discovered that in a stressful situation, the hippocampus reacts to a specific context and encodes it in memory, and the amygdala activates protective functions, including the reaction in the form of fear. Hippocampus is a complex brain structure embedded deep into temporal lobe. It plays a major role in learning and memory. It is a plastic and vulnerable structure that gets damaged by a variety of stimuli.
Russian psychologist Boris Higir claims he can make a determination about whether an individual is a criminal based on their first and last name, blood type, papillary pattern, facial features and their date of birth. The papillary pattern is not something you think of as an identifier. Higir has been studying physiognomics and also has published a book with his knowledge and research. He is also a member of the International Informatization Academy (an NGO), is an Associated Member of the United Nations, maintains General Consultative Status with the Economic & Social Council of the United Nations, and is based out of Montreal. This could mean the United Nations is interested in such studies and others.
Law enforcement has historically been held to a high standard of conformity with the laws and customs of the land. Yet, the age-old, quasi-military organizational structure of all police agencies makes it difficult to deliberately incorporate people from outside of their circle into their hierarchy. At the same time, this inclusivity is becoming the expectation of our present era. These circumstances give rise to distrust and misunderstanding, which can evolve into fear and even hate. The challenge for law enforcement then becomes helping people adjust their present mindset to one of an enthusiastic welcome and genuine appreciation.
On Monday representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez visited a U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) facility after it was discovered that multiple CBP officers were members of a Facebook group where members shared derogatory comments about migrants and Representative Ocasio-Cortez.