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Popular Police Terms to Know!
A term that refers to a person who steals beer and runs off with it (shoplifting beer), which is literally a 'beer run'.
A procedure that takes place in a police station or a jail; during the booking, the information about the arrest and the person who has been arrested is registered by the police
A police bond is when a person who has been accused of a crime is obligated to appear whenever necessary
Brady cops is a nickname for police officers who have behaved in a dishonest manner
Slang used to describe a smokable form of cocaine
A person who files a criminal report to the police
A simple abbreviation for Date of Birth
An abbreviation of Emergency Operations Center
An abbreviation of Emergency Room
An abbreviation Estimated Time of Arrival
A police helicopter that patrols over certain areas, especially urban areas.
A Sam Brown is a wide police belt that is supported by a narrower strap, usually made out of leather. The Sam Brown narrow strap is passed diagonally over the right shoulder.
A traffic accident/traffic collision
A term used to describe a situation where a person needs to badly go to the bathroom
A term meant to describe a person who is drunk, usually people who drive under the influence of alcohol
An acronym for 'Forget It, Drive On', which describes police officers who ignore emergency situations
A rope strand that hangs untidily
A term used to describe a stolen vehicle
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Police Stats and Must Know Information
The United States has three sectors to it. The system contains a Criminal Justice System, Correctional which involves execution of treatments to crimes and the supervision of these executions of treatments and the United States court system. The court system are divided into states and federal jurisdictions.
Police Related Facts:
In the United States there are over 1.1 million full time law enforcement employees.
The NYPD which dates back to 1845 is the largest law enforcement agency in the United States with about 35,000 police offers, overseeing a population of about 8 million people.
In the United States there are almost 18,000 police agencies.
Every year an average of 60 officers are killed on a yearly basis in the line of duty.
To become a police officer one must be at least 18 years old of age at some agencies, while others require a minimum age of 21 years old. A minimum of 2 years of college is a requirement. A high school diploma or associate degree mandatory as well. Federal level jobs will require a Bachelor’s degree.
Police officers earn anywhere from $40,000 per year to $75,000 per year, depending on their level.