Australia TRIBUNE. "Police, the good use of force"
NSW's longest-serving cop says goodbye after almost 60 years in blue
It seems John Thompson was always destined to be a police officer. His father and uncle were both on the force, along with his great-grandfather.If that wasn't enough, being born on the floor of the Gulargambone police station, in the NSW Central West, essentially sealed his fate. © 9News Senior Sergeant John Thompson is the longest-serving police officer in NSW. "I guess it was a great influence on me joining the police force," he said.Senior Sergeant Thompson is NSW's longest-serving police officer, and he is finally approaching retirement after almost 60 years in uniform.
Here is the tribune of Jean-Louis Arajol, former leader of the Autonomous Federation of Police Unions: "Besides the human tragedy, the Covid-19 health crisis will provoke a social crisis of great magnitude. The public security forces will mainly used for law enforcement missions. However, we have already experienced more than fifteen months of social conflict. During these demonstrations, the police were victims of sometimes serious violence. Hundreds of people were injured , in particular by LBD fire. Over the course of events, the capital of sympathy of the people towards the 'peacekeepers' has shrunk like a sorrow.
Two men charged in connection with chilli sauce drug bust investigation
The 768 bottles contained about 400kg of meth, with an estimated potential street value of more than $300 million. Soon after, Strike Force Diffey investigators, with assistance from Australian Federal Police and the Australian Border Force, arrested and charged five people. They all remain before the courts. © NSW Police Force Detectives seized more than $560,000 in cash after pulling the men over in Sydney on Friday. Following inquiries, police arrested a Granville man, 21, during a vehicle stop on Victoria Road, West Ryde, on Friday.
A few months ago, [the caregivers] The only response to the expression of their grievances was repression"
The last images of this extreme tension are those of the confrontation between police and firefighters. All the French were dismayed by this battle r anguish between two bodies in the service of the safety of the people. How did we get here?
Since the episode of confinement, the nursing staff, but also the nurses, supermarket cashiers, truckers, garbage collectors are perceived at their fair value and as essential workers. A few months ago, their only response to the expression of their grievances was repression. Today, international courts are seized. And tomorrow, as usual, politicians will shirk their responsibilities on the 'peacekeepers'.
'Parents surprised' as WA police charge 60 people for encrypted app drug deals
Police seize MDMA, methylamphetamine, cocaine, LSD and psilocybine in drug stings targeting the sale of drugs over encrypted applications.The scale of the arrests has left senior police warning young adults of the serious criminal consequences associated with buying or selling drugs online.
The public authorities must prohibit the use of LBDs as requested by the defender of rights"
The public authorities must prohibit the use of LBDs as requested by the defender of rights, Jacques Toubon. And they must increase the salaries of the 'peacekeepers', increase their staff, develop their training and intelligence.
If the use of law enforcement is legal, it must also be legitimate. As such, police and gendarmes must not obey orders that are likely to compromise a public interest. Between citizens, harmony must prevail over division. In order for the police to 'keep the peace', the authorities must find a way to social dialogue before any use of the police. This is our only chance to avoid the worst! "
Police returns to normal operations .
After eight weeks in crisis mode, the police authorities for Cologne and Leverkusen want to gradually and carefully return to normal operations. Police chief Uwe Jacob announced this weekend. After the number of traffic accidents and crimes fell significantly as a result of restrictions in public life, the easing is already showing an increase in police operations. While there were initially 30 percent fewer operations, the number is now only slightly below normal.