What a fantastic day it is today 🙂 -18C 😀 Winter is coming and it is so exciting!
I most say it is so fun to be a part of this world and be able to meet fantastic people every day. Today I just had a meeting with a great women who is becoming a Coach. I am very sure she will thrive as a coach, because she is truly cares a about the person she would be coaching! It is amazing to meet people that glow of excitement and gratitude and that love what they do with a true passion!
I got to think about someone that is getting mentioned a lot, but I am not very sure if they get the right attention too much? I think that in the today’s world the negative look on life and things around us especially the news I think a lot of people there doesn’t get the gratitude that they deserve 🙂
I wanted to talk about cops today and all the great things they do for our communities and how great they are to have for protection.
So why should we be grateful for cops?
- They protect us.
- They are friendly.
- They give their life to serve and protect our communities.
- They help women to become more safe.
- They make neigbourhood’s safe.
- They are people like us.
- They take on risk.
- They smile.
- They are tough.
- They save life’s.
- They educate.
- They have respect.
- They are amazing.
- They are smart.
- They investigate.
- They solve crimes.
- They stop dangerous people in the traffic.
- They are strong.
- They prevent murders.
- They care about people.
- They are husbands and wife’s.
- They are grand fathers and mothers.
- They are there to help you.
Cops are amazing. We tend to dislike them because they are the law, but I think they deserve more than what they are known for in media. There are thousands of amazing people that are cops all over the world and the media today always seems to show the the bad and the ugly of what happens.
I think next time you meet a police man or women you should thank them for being there for you and thousands of other people around you to serve and protect you from evil.
The police is a personification of the state designated to put in practice the enforced law, protect property and reduce civil disorder in civilian matters. Their powers include the legitimized use of force. The term is most commonly associated with police services of a state that are authorized to exercise the police power of that state within a defined legal or territorial area of responsibility. Police forces are often defined as organizations separate from any military forces, or other organizations involved in the defense of the state against foreign aggressors; however,gendarmerie and military police are military units charged with policing.
Law enforcement, however, constitutes only part of policing activity.Policing has included an array of activities in different situations, but the predominant ones are concerned with the preservation of order. In some societies, in the late 18th century and early 19th century, these developed within the context of maintaining the class system and the protection of private property.
Alternative names for police force include constabulary, gendarmerie, police department, police service, crime prevention, protective services, law enforcement agency, civil guard or civic guard. Members can be police officers, troopers, sheriffs, constables, rangers, peace officers or civic/civil guards. Police of the Soviet-era Eastern Europe are (or were) calledmilitsiya. The Irish police are called the Garda Síochána (“guardians of the peace”); a police officer is called a garda. As police are often in conflict with individuals, slang terms are numerous. Many slang terms for police officers are decades or centuries old with lost etymology.
First attested in English c.1530, the word police comes from Middle French police, in turn from Latin politia, which is the latinisation of theGreek πολιτεία (politeia), “citizenship, administration, civil polity” and that from πόλις (polis), “city”. In ancient Greece the term πολισσόος (polissoos), referred to a person who was “guarding a city”. This term comes from polis + the verb σῴζω (sōizō), “I save, I keep”.
“A police force, wherever they are, is made up of amazing people, and I respect them a great deal.” -Nancy McKeon
John Thore Stub Sneisen (c)