how does the police operate?

how does the police operate?
(how they react to calls, their routine activities like patrolling, and how they do that differently based on the zone they're in, stopping you for a search, stopping your car, what are their goals, how they conduct investigations and what triggers them, what assets they have, like ISR, ELINT, HUMINT, and when do they decide to put effort in and actually stalk you with them, what are their tactics, etc)

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  1. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Sure bro, that's only a few thousand pages worth of information, let's just forget about the books on the subject and I'll just write that down for you in a post.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      maybe give direction on where to look homosexual

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        https://www.google.com

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Well, if it were me, I'd use the internet to look up what textbooks are used in criminal justice classes at major universities and police academies.
        I'd also get a scanner so I could listen in to police radio.

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Frick off, youre being obtuse on purpose.

  2. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Learn how to speak English and I might help you, thirdie homosexual.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      wait until you find out most english speakers are actual thirdies

  3. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Strong smell of bootlicker ITT

  4. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Unironically ask ChatGPT homosexual

  5. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >how does the police operate?
    *How do the police operate?
    >how they react to calls
    *How do they react to calls?
    >how they do that differently based on the zone they're in,
    *How does their behaviour change according to the situation or location?
    etc etc etc

  6. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    [...]

    The military has 6-13 weeks of training to become soldiers, including military police. It shouldn't take 3 years to become an officer because that will cause shortages, especially in a big country like america. It works in European countries because they are more small/compact.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Most police training in NA is 4-6 months in non-backwater states.

      Most departments require a 4-year degree prior to applying. It's thought that educated humans are less of a liability and more professional than non-educated/military applicants. There's some truth to this.

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >most departments
        >4 year degree
        Unless you're talking about federal police agencies, then you're right. Aside from that, police training/academies often take less than a year to complete. If you got a 4 year degree and want to join law enforcement, you can join the FBI or any other federal agencies with that sort of thing. I've heard no local/state police that requires that much education to be a police officer unless they are applying for SWAT.

        • 4 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          >If you got a 4 year degree and want to join law enforcement, you can join the FBI or any other federal agencies with that sort of thing.
          Not really unless you are a stemcel

          • 4 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            While some require a specific degree, most federal agencies only care if you're able to have a high education and be willing to move to Washington or whatever.

  7. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    the most moronic thread on /k/

  8. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >how does the police operate?

  9. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    [...]

    >Can
    We literally had one of the worst acts of terrorism in our history because the RCMP couldn't keep one of their informants under control, who had a history of violence, and they ignored multiple warnings from police callers that he was a threat.
    Also go and look up some RCMP scandals, because they make the NYPD look like boy scouts.

  10. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    You could attend a community college course on police administration, or just download a textbook from libgen.

  11. 4 weeks ago
    2ALawWeeb

    Most police departments of a decent size have specialty departments for higher level felonies in each precinct(murders,grand theft,felony assault,etc). They are staffed by detectives and work cases as they come in.
    Your average beat/patrol cop is as the name implies, is driving around responding to calls. They usually have a corporal driving around as the area supervisor and a sgt or lieutenant as the shift commander. As far as targeted enforcement for , it depends on whatever the mayor/commissioner/etc political power wants and then if the police are noticing a specific pattern on something. It could be "We got a alot of calls about speeding in this area, we are gonna have cars going over this area today".

    You ask alot of questions about specific things and honestly hard to answer. The different methods and assets can go from having nothing to military grade hardware. It really depends on the size of the department. Less tech asset departments will spend more time on people since most crimes are still solved through in-person work than advanced forensics which can usually take days to weeks to come back.

    • 4 weeks ago
      2ALawWeeb

      https://i.imgur.com/DGuKXlZ.jpg

      how does the police operate?
      (how they react to calls, their routine activities like patrolling, and how they do that differently based on the zone they're in, stopping you for a search, stopping your car, what are their goals, how they conduct investigations and what triggers them, what assets they have, like ISR, ELINT, HUMINT, and when do they decide to put effort in and actually stalk you with them, what are their tactics, etc)

      >what are their goals
      For most patrolman it's just to enforce the law and go home at the end of the shift. Then you have stuff like comstat and other equivalents where high ranking officers have to answers for stats on arrests,felonies per month,etc.

      >how they conduct investigations
      Depends on the crime. For low level non violent felonies where the incident is reported after the fact like car theft. Not much. They take statement, file a report, then they rely on the VIN number/pattern of other crimes. Might check cameras. It's a hard crime to go after by itself because most auto thefts are either criminals looking to steal a car to go commit a another crime of it's going straight to be chopped up. If it's the former the car is getting dumped or sold cheaply to someone after they do the deed.

      For things like not obvious suspect murders, they will do alot of initial interviews and then wait for more details to develop. They will then do follow up interviews with a few people and a prime suspect. Not to accuse them outright but to try to get them to slip up and lie about something it wouldn't make any sense to lie about based on information they learned that they will lie about. Often it's "Hey we just need to talk again to close out the file." or "yeah we think it might have been a random event and just need to clear up a few details". They want the person making as many admissible non lawyered up statements as possible. When they really have a strong focus they will usually execute big search warrants and arrest either close or at the same time.

      >when do they decide to put effort in and actually stalk you with them
      If you steal a bag of chips out of a store. Nothing.
      If you shot and killed someone in broad daylight in public, expect to be either dead or caught. Even cucked city police departments have some state police and/or federal marshals they work with who are still allowed to chase and gun down suspects.

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >what assets they have, like ISR, ELINT, HUMINT
        Large departments will have some electronic devices. Anyone who is very good at working domestic intelligence is either in the military or a fed. Pays way better. That being said most departments have "anti-terrorism" task forces where those resources are available. Again going to be used for high level felons.

        >what are their tactics
        All police are required to drill with their duty weapon and be proficient with non-lethal options. You can expect average patrolman to be decent enough to waste you in extended handgun fight since they can fire back and not worry about charges if they shoot someone else. Most patrolman have a 17 round mag and 3-4 additional magazines. They may or may not have a shotgun they will also be expected to use. Most departments also train police on self defense and different chokes.
        The special units like swat will usually have level 4 armor and ballistic helmets with automatic rifles with armor piercing rounds. Trained on the use of them and room clearing,CQB shooting,etc. Armored cars.
        Also whenever you get SWAT called you also usually have higher tiers of law enforcement along. State police, federal partnerships,etc. These units will have military and in some cases trained with Tier 1 operators. Only way you are getting out of a SWAT encounter alive and escape is either with a large group of people or you are secretly batman

        thanks for the high effort reply

        do they have blanket surveillance assets available on tap? like seeing where your phone has connected to phone towers, or if you went on toll roads your license plate has been registered by a camera etc, and then they just put your name in their archive and see all that?

        has it even happened that someone baited swat teams or equivalent into raiding a home that was packed with explosives and then blew them up?

        • 4 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          not really to any large knowledge, its a waste of resources honestly? a handful of doorkickers might die and every single resource in the country will be spent on catching and chasing you until they get you, and youll die or be in prison forever.
          That being said id you want to desperately lure them into a bait house, make a fake call and play loud domestic disturbance arguing noises from inside the house and when they breach you could trigger the trap. The more dangerous you make the fake call the bigger the response, so the disturbance should include a gun etc

  12. 4 weeks ago
    2ALawWeeb

    >what assets they have, like ISR, ELINT, HUMINT
    Large departments will have some electronic devices. Anyone who is very good at working domestic intelligence is either in the military or a fed. Pays way better. That being said most departments have "anti-terrorism" task forces where those resources are available. Again going to be used for high level felons.

    >what are their tactics
    All police are required to drill with their duty weapon and be proficient with non-lethal options. You can expect average patrolman to be decent enough to waste you in extended handgun fight since they can fire back and not worry about charges if they shoot someone else. Most patrolman have a 17 round mag and 3-4 additional magazines. They may or may not have a shotgun they will also be expected to use. Most departments also train police on self defense and different chokes.
    The special units like swat will usually have level 4 armor and ballistic helmets with automatic rifles with armor piercing rounds. Trained on the use of them and room clearing,CQB shooting,etc. Armored cars.
    Also whenever you get SWAT called you also usually have higher tiers of law enforcement along. State police, federal partnerships,etc. These units will have military and in some cases trained with Tier 1 operators. Only way you are getting out of a SWAT encounter alive and escape is either with a large group of people or you are secretly batman

  13. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    It's completely different depending on what city/county/state/country you are in. Two departments in the same jurisdiction can have completely different standard operating procedures.

  14. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    what so you guys think of faraday cages for your phone?

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      That's what microwave ovens are for

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        cant fit a microwave in my pocket

        • 4 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          Skill issue

  15. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    this fricking thread

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      show a single message where this applies

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        You're creating a strawman.

        OP is trying to bait people into discussing stuff like how police operate, and then he'll bait them further into how they know these things

        no one has really bitten which is good.

        • 4 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          moron

          • 4 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            fed

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      You're creating a strawman.

  16. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    They look at their cota and kill 25 white dudes minding their own businesses so they dont have to face repercussion.
    10% of officers are chill the rest are sickos straight from blood meridian.

  17. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    How *do. By putting a "the" in front of police, it becomes singular.

  18. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >what are their goals
    maximizing police department funding while not getting shot. every other objective is secondary

  19. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    confirmed thirdie invader

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