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Police say they’ve got your back — but it’s in the middle of another dangerous year for the national police, the ministry of justice argues, telling Fox News it’s time for the politicians and the leaders of the community, in order to stop the name-calling, the person who created it and, instead, to stand by those in blue.
For nearly four months, and in 2019 at the latest, and dozens of other brave men and women who have already been killed in the line of duty this year. Of those, 30 of the officers’ deaths were homicides. Officials say that many of these homicides involved domestic violence, the suspects, who are in their anger, in which, a police officer came to the door of the first.
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Some of those who have died, were just getting started in their careers. Davis, California, Usa. Police officer, As Corona had dreamed of following in her father’s footsteps as a police officer. At the age of 22, she was already well-known as an awareness and empathy in delhi. In January, she came to the scene of a car accident, and was attacked by an ex-con, who immediately opened fire. Corona fell off after the first shot, but the attacker allegedly continued to fire, emptying his magazine.
When he re-loaded and started shooting again.
The other officers were the veteran, such as in the North, the County Police department Cooperative Officer, Michael Langsdorf, who had one way or the other to maintain his enthusiasm for the job, in spite of the nearly two-decades in law enforcement. One day, Langsdorf was in a scuffle with a man suspected of trying to cash a bad check in Missouri. As they tussled, and the man picked up the gun and hit Langsdorf is in his head. The 40-year-old was lying on the ground, and his attacker stood over him and shot him in the back of the head.
Of the 30 officers have been killed in the line of duty in 2019 and the span of different age groups. They have a variety of ethnicities. They came from places all over the country as a whole. Some always knew they wanted to be a cop. The others were not able to find their calling until later in life.
The one thing in common: they all wore the blue one.
And even if it did, the officers were just walking to the beat”, unpredictable threats abound: a recent viral videos that have caught the cheeky youngsters dousing it in New York City, with cops, with water, or other liquids, into the light. And the ever-growing dangers of the job does not even take into account the problems affecting some of the senior officers when they get home, and with the present rate at which police commit suicide, is described by one lawyer as well as achieving “an epidemic in America.”
The challenges the police face are more widespread. But law enforcement advocates say that a growing atmosphere of suspicion and distrust among some of the political, racial, and economic groups of people are fired up by the officers of justice, and a number of politicians-including several of the 2020 Democratic presidential candidates, who have been very critical of the police, in the discussion of the reform of the criminal justice system and the controversial use of force incidents.
“Before you verbally attack or accuse the police, to look at the number of contacts the police in the country each and every day,” Jim Pasco, the executive director of the National Fraternal Order of Police, told Fox News. “The number of times that an incident is going to be bad, and there is plenty of scope for a demand of an officer is of the opinion, you will find that it is infinitesimally small.”
Pasco pleaded with the people in leadership positions is to “keep it in mind, and you will see that you don’t [criticize], a whole group of professionals nationwide because a person makes a mistake in a single place.”
But Pasco isn’t so naive as to think that those who hold power will always have to listen to their better angels.
“Demagoguery has become part of the political stock market,” he said.
Randy Sutton, a former Las Vegas police lieutenant who now leads The Injured person for Blue, an organization that advocates for injured and disabled officers – opinion of misconduct and must be investigated. But, he says, is that “there is a shift in the story, and the truth needs to be told by people in positions of power.”
“In the cities, towns, and governments need to understand and respect the rule of law in such a way that they are safe for the officers: they give you a decent wage, a decent education, and decent benefits,” he said.
Pasco says the negative comments directed at the police officers that the morale of those already on the job, and they are also having a “profound effect on the recruitment of highly qualified military officers, who had already been hard enough as it is.”
OF THE OFFICERS KILLED IN THE LINE OF DUTY BY 2019
And there are some who believe that the level of political hostility, it is the turn of the weather conditions on the roads, also make the interaction more of a right to be heard and both sides of the argument, and that’s safety and security as well as the actions of the police on patrol.
“In the process, the anti-police rhetoric, the new laws and policies that undermine the public safety and security – all of it sends a clear message that the police are on the streets to be effective on our own,” Patrick Lynch, the president of the Police Benevolent Association of the City of New York, told Fox News in a written statement. “As a result, the criminals will feel encouraged to not only be at the mercy of the general public, but attacks on police officers as well.”
He added: “Too many of our brothers and sisters across the country have lost their lives to attacks. We need to have our elected officials at every level of government, to stand up and say ” enough is enough.’ When the cops come in to the fight, just to protect ourselves, we may fail to adequately protect the communities in which we operate.”
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Dennis Slocumb, the Legislative Director for the International Union of Police Associations, told Fox News that officials are “going to do what needs to be done, but I don’t think they’re going to initiate contact with the men on the corner as long as in this area there is a… if they have to initiate it and it is in a bad situation, they have a problem.”
“These young men and women to respond to calls every day to deal with the situations that have been festering for years, or have family disputes and neighborhood disputes, or what have you,” he said. “They don’t know the background to it or something… almost every time it’s a proper way of life, and in those cases, where it is going haywire, they are on the front page.”
Individual, the police continue to grapple with one of the other measures of the rate at which they commit suicide.
“If you’re talking about the police suicide rate is an epidemic in America right now,” Sutton said.
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The details of the B. L. U. E. is a non-profit organization, was established to “acknowledge the service and sacrifice of law enforcement officers that we have lost to suicide, to assist the officers in their search for a cure and to bring awareness to suicide and mental health problems, it is apparent that, of the 146 police have their own lives so far this year. That is the number following 167 and the hypocrites also in the end of 2018, a total of 169 in 2017 and 142 in 2016.
In this year alone, nine active duty and two retired officers of the New York City Police Department is reported to have committed suicide, the most recent one, less than a week ago.
“I don’t think there is anything that is more important than it is to deal with the recent wave of suicide more than anything else in the NYPD in this city, James O’neill, the city’s police chief, told WFAN radio in an interview earlier this month. “I think that’s the biggest problem we are facing is that there are people to come forward if they are experiencing a number of problems and mental health problems. It is difficult to measure because it’s what we do as a police department? We are committed to protecting the people and it is important for people to know that it is a sign of strength if you are to come to the front in search of assistance.”
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O’neill added: “let’s think about what the police are doing, and we recruit from the human race. All of the accumulated trauma, which the police are exposed to, to see the people that have been made, you can see the people who are the victims of a murder, and you can see people in a car accident, you can see the victims of your robbery, you’ll see some mindless violence. All of that adds up. And then you can add the personal stresses: marriage, finances, and other family issues. This is really a tough job.”