Hunt for gunman who shot Pennsylvania state trooper dead as the officer responded to domestic violence 911 call
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New Year Wishes- World Peace, Making America Great Again, and that not one police officer dies in 2017 , We can always hope.......
Here's to the safety and well being for the members of the greatest police department in the world. Men and women risking it all to keep one of the Earth's largest metropolis' safe from crime and terror- and doing one hell of a job at it! God Bless.
A prisoner escaped NYPD custody Thursday because the cop who was supposed to be guarding him left the room to yak on his cell phone, police sources said. Officer Albert...
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You made enemies of your police Chicago. They are afraid to do their jobs because you have failed to support them and demonized them. REAP WHAT YOU SOW.
Even de Blasio thinks it’s nuts to spend New Year’s Eve in Times Square
I agree with DiBlasio on something???
I must say, it is a bucket list item, but trust me, once is enough. It's cold, it's crowded, there is very very limited access to bathrooms (wear a diaper) , but for those moments around the ball drop it is electric. 1-2 million people in a moment of absolute joy and love for each other. That I will always remember (and that mother and daughter from Sweden :) .
Here's a toast to 2017.
May the city be prosperous and may our cops be safe! Now muster up, stay warm, and kill some time moving barriers back and forth lol!
Ambushes in Dallas and Baton Rouge, Louisiana, and other shootings around the country led to a sharp increase in the number of police killed in the line of duty this year.
From Jan. 1 through Wednesday, 135 officers lost their lives. Some died in traffic accidents, but nearly half were shot to death. That’s a 56 percent increase in shooting deaths over the previous year.
Of the 64 who were fatally shot, 21 were killed in ambush attacks often fueled by anger over police use of force involving minorities.
Could Hunger Games become a reality? Hunting HUMANS may be a hobby for the rich in the next 100 years
As well as predicting it becoming a sport within the next 100 years, the researchers say that by 2200 it could even become televised - much like The Hunger Games.
In the paper, Daniel Wright, who led the research, said: 'In the year 2200 death and hunting humans will form part of the tourism entertainment industry and a practice carried out by the wealthy-elite.'
The researchers suggest that there is already a trend for 'dark tourism' with concentration camps open to the public, and museums dedicated to torture, such as the Clink Prison museum in London.
This apparent fascination with death could lead people to hunt humans as an underground sport as early as 2100.
Mr Wright said: 'As a result of past and current engagements with murder, death and human atrocities, humans will gradually become more accustomed to death as a form of spectacle, influenced by current entertainment, movies and the media.'
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European royals killing naked children for fun at human hunting parties?
Teens were drugged, stripped naked, raped, hunted down in the woods and killed by European royals according to this week’s latest eyewitness to testify before the International Common Law Court of Justice in Brussels. The woman was the fourth eyewitness to give accounts about these human hunting parties of the global elite Ninth Circle Satanic Child Sacrifice Cult network. A former member of the Netherlands criminal drug syndicate known as Octopus testified that victims were obtained for these human hunting parties from juvenile detention centers in Belgium and Holland.
“In 2004 I was an involuntary witness to torture, rape and murder sessions of drugged children performed for a group of high ranked people of the Netherlands” stated a woman. “I was taken to a hunting party in Belgium close to Brussels where I saw two boys and a girl ages 14 to 16, hunted and killed by global elites. The human hunting party was heavily guarded by the Netherlands Royal Guards. I was told that King Albert of Belgium was present.”
Four eyewitnesses confirmed that as children and youths they were forced to attend human hunting parties where they and other children were raped, with some killed, and deceased boy’s penises were cut off. Allegedly there was a Dutch countryside palace where boys’ penises were displayed like trophies on a wall. Some hunting parties were hosted on the grounds of Belgium Queen Beatrix’s Palace.
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5 things cops need to know about PTSD
An estimated 10 to 30 percent of first responders will have some type of traumatic stress injury during their career
When I was in the academy I never heard anything about the psychological effects of a police career, and now at least we have started to have a conversation about this threat. The continued stress of a 20-plus year career — with the daily ups and downs — slowly wears away at our psyche. Add in a major traumatic incident such as the death of a co-worker, child, or someone attempting to take your life and you will likely feel the backlash of trauma. It is estimated that between 10 to 30 percent of first responders will have some type of traumatic stress injury during their career.
Awareness is the key to managing traumatic stress. June 27 is PTSD Awareness Day — as a matter of fact, the Senate has designated June as National PTSD Awareness Month. In preparing for this article, I read the Senate Resolution designating this day. It was initially created for military veterans, but like raid tactics, medical techniques, and equipment that has been so readily adopted by law enforcement agencies and its members across the country, PTSD Awareness Day needs to be adopted as well.
PTSD is just as real of a threat to law enforcement officers and other first responders as it is to military members. Like any other injury sustained in the line of duty, it is not automatically the end of a career or your life; but to maintain both of these things you must be aware, prepare in advance, and seek immediate care if things are becoming unmanageable.
Here’s what we need to be aware of:
1. It’s normal: Like every other system in your body, the mind will do what it believes is necessary to maintain itself. Unfortunately as the brain tries to protect itself, the manifestations can have some adverse effects. The backlash from the traumatic incident may result in anger, memory issues, sleep disruption, depression, or any number of other stress responses.
2. Early intervention results in a better outcome: If you are bleeding from a GSW, do you want to see a doctor now or a month from now? Rapid assistance from a professional counselor or peer support team members is more likely to lead to more rapid recovery.
3. Knowledge is power: Knowing the signs and symptoms can help us identify traumatic stress injuries in ourselves or others. We need to recognize that something is wrong before we are aware that we need help.
4. We can (and should) intervene: We wouldn’t let our supervisors, subordinates, or co-workers, take on an armed subject by themselves if we had the option of being there, even if we were never requested over the radio. Someone dealing with the fall out of post-traumatic stress needs us to be there even if they didn’t call for us.
5. There is no single answer: What works for me may not work for you. Each of us manages stress in our way and while some may benefit from one type of therapy others may need a different kind. The key is to handle the stress and not let it control us.
Someone you know will benefit from your awareness and that someone may be you. Traumatic stress injuries can be just as dangerous as physical ones and are more likely to occur to someone at your agency. You don’t have to have all the answers; you just need to know that the stigma of mental health issues is harming first responders. If your department does not have a mental health plan for officers and dispatchers, be proactive about getting your administration on board. Find local resources now before they are needed.
Get help via the mobile-friendly 1st Alliance site, which just launched 1st help. It can anonymously help you find PTSD assistance in your area.
Fallen heroes: Meet some of the law enforcement officers killed by gunfire in 2016
Of those men and women in blue who died in 2016, 62 were killed by gunfire – a marked rise from the 39 the year before – about a dozen of them shot by gunmen who set out to kill police.
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Police in suburban Chicago have shot a man they say tried to rob a bank, then ran into a nearby store and held an elderly man at knifepoint.
LOL ARE YOU KIDDING ME NY TIMES????
THIS IS WHY YOU ARE A FAKE NEWS OUTLET. These were attacks coordinated online in Social media, carried out by CRIMINAL teens and adults with an intent to do destruction and harm.-APN
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Wow, alot of bored people out there NY Slimes!
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New Jersey State Police fear a well-traveled Essex County man accused in a pair of child sex crimes may have left other victims in his wake.