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NEVER TALK TO POLICE – HERE’S WHY as an EXPERIENCED LAWYER & LAW PROFESSOR EXPLAINS IN THIS DETAILED VIDEO

Law Professor James Duane gives viewers startling reasons why they should always exercise their 5th Amendment rights when questioned by government officials.

Law Professor James Duane gives a video presentation as to why you should not talk to the police

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Australia’s most wanted fugitives named by police in these pics

Police launch Operation Roam in the hope of getting the community to assist with catching 18 individuals on the run from the law.

The country’s most wanted offenders are currently at large and possibly hiding in plain sight in communities across the nation, according to Crime Stoppers Australia.

Operation Roam: Rogue Radar kicks off today (August 21-27), in an attempt to catch Australia’s most wanted.

“The individuals named in this year’s Operation Roam are responsible for a range of offences, including murder and armed robbery,” Chairman of Crime Stoppers Australia, Trevor O’Hara said.

“These criminals could be working alongside you in your community. It might be a new person you’ve noticed in your area or a more familiar face such as a neighbour, work colleague, friend or even a family member.”

Last year 19 persons of interest were named as part of the campaign. Of those police were able to locate and arrest 11 offenders.

This year four fugitives are wanted in New South Wales, six in Queensland, six in Victoria, three in South Australia and one in the Northern Territory.

“We urge members of the public to visit http://www.rogueradar.com.au to see if they recognise any of these faces and report anything they know about these individuals.

“Many of these people are wanted for a range of serious offences so we advise members of the public to put them on your radar but do not approach them under any circumstances.”

If you have any information on anyone on the Rogue Radar list, contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

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These 19 Acts Of Kindness Prove That Police Officers Are Absolutely Awesome

On a daily basis, police officers protect innocent people and put criminals away.

This is a huge and important job in and of itself, but many of them take the time to make people’s lives easier — like the cops below. Whether they’re helping a person fix a flat tire or buying essential items for the homeless, these officers go above and beyond their duties in these awesome acts of kindness.

1. An officer tied a sick old man’s shoelaces for him.

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2. These kindhearted cops raised money and bought Christmas toys for sick children at the Ronald McDonald House in NYC.

3. These officers rescued a fawn that was trapped in a storm drain.

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4. Nobody from this kid’s class showed up to his birthday party, so state troopers brought a cake, presents, and even police dogs to his house and threw him a party he’ll never forget.

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5. This pig was stuck in a dumpster, but police pulled her out and one of them even adopted her.

6. A Pizza Hut driver got into a car accident, so these policemen delivered the pizza for him.

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7. When this autistic teen’s beloved Halloween lawn decoration was stolen, a thoughtful officer helped him recover it and even bought him another one for Christmas.

8. This guy bought some shoes for a homeless man and gave him one of his shirts.

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10. Officers in Saskatoon, Canada, went out of their way to escort a family of ducks through busy streets and into a safer area.

11. This man bought a little boy some food as a final act of kindness before getting killed in the line of duty.

12. This woman bought a homeless man some breakfast and kept him company.

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13. An off-duty officer risked his life to pull a man out of a burning car.

14. This officer helped a guy change his tire on a freeway.

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15. These officers came to school with this little boy to show him that he wasn’t alone. He had just lost his dad, who worked alongside them.

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16. Not only did this officer buy some coffee for the homeless man in the background, but he also brought him shoes and art supplies because he likes to draw.

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17. This cop helped an elderly woman cross the street to get to a 7-Eleven and then drove her back home when she was done.

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18. This adorable little boy saved his allowance for months to buy lunch for this police department, so they returned the favor by presenting him with his own cruiser.

19. These police bought with their own money groceries

Okay, the next time I see a police officer, I’m definitely going to have to give them a big high five for all the awesome work they do.

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Victims of Oklahoma ex-police officer said they were forced into sex through fear

Oklahoma police officer found guilty of rape

Former police officer Daniel Holtzclaw cries after being found guilty of sexually assaulting 13 women, as lawyers representing the victims say they’re not pleased about the several counts that weren’t received.

Oklahoma City: Two of the women sexually assaulted by a former Oklahoma City policeman said on Friday they feared for their lives after the officer threatened them with arrest and violence if they did not perform sexual acts on him.

Daniel Holtzclaw, 29, was found guilty by a jury on Thursday of 18 of the 36 counts against him that included rape and sexual assaults of 13 women.

He broke down in tears as the verdict was read and said, “I didn’t do it,” as he was led out of the courtroom in handcuffs. He faces life in prison.

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Jannie Ligons, left, one of the victims of sexual assault by former Oklahoma City police officer Daniel Holtzclaw, smiles as attorney Benjamin Crump holds up her arm during a news conference. Photo: AP

“All I could think of was he was going to shoot me, he was going to kill me,” Janie Liggons, one of the victims, told a news conference. She was pulled over by Holtzclaw and threatened.

“I kept pleading, ‘Don’t make me do this, sir. Are you going to shoot me?’ I was so afraid, so helpless.”

Five of the victims plan to sue the city over the incidents, an attorney told the news conference on Friday.

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Daniel Holtzclaw, right, was convicted of raping eight women on his police beat in a minority, low-income neighbourhood. Photo: AP

Liggons was the first to report Holtzclaw to authorities, who then launched an investigation and found a dozen other women, all African-American, who said they were sexually assaulted by Holtzclaw, who is mixed race Asian and white.

Holtzclaw was fired by the police over the accusations in January 2015 after approximately three years on the job.

Liggons said she was different from other victims in that she did not have any outstanding warrants or convictions against her. Prosecutors said Holtzclaw preyed on women who had trouble with the law, thinking that their word would not stand up against his, adding he became more brazen with each attack.

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Ex-police officer Daniel Holtzclaw puts his head on the table and cries as the guilty verdicts are read in his trial in Oklahoma City. Photo: AP

“He just picked the wrong lady to stop that night,” she said.

Another victim, Shardarion Hill, said she went into survival mode with Holtzclaw and was forced into doing what the man with the badge and gun wanted.

The defence attacked the credibility of the women who testified against Holtzclaw, saying they were dishonest.

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Supporters of the victims of former Oklahoma City police officer Daniel Holtzclaw pray after the verdicts were read for the charges against him at the Oklahoma County Courthouse. Photo: AP

“Society tends not to believe black women or value them as other women are,” said Artist for Justice founder Grace Franklin, who stood in support of the 13 women.

The Oklahoma City Police Department backed the detectives who investigated Holtzclaw and the jury that convicted him.

“We are satisfied with the jury’s decision and firmly believe justice was served,” it said in a statement.

Holtzclaw faces a sentencing hearing on January 21.

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Legal nightmare for man as drug driving test returns positive for drug he’s never used

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Cabinetmaker Steven Hunt. Photo: Rohan Thomson

When Steve Hunt was pulled over for a routine roadside drug test on his way home from work, he thought everything would be fine.

He was wrong. I have no trust whatsoever in the police any more. Steve Hunt

That one test triggered a nightmare scenario in which he was repeatedly misdiagnosed as having methamphetamine – a drug he has never touched – in his system by police and NSW Health tests.

The case triggered NSW Health to begin double-testing samples, but that was too late for Mr Hunt, who was forced to pull $5000 out of his home loan to fight for his innocence. Losing his licence would mean he couldn’t work.

The state government is planning a massive roll-out of the same drug-driving tests that misdiagnosed Mr Hunt, with 100,000 NSW drivers expected to be tested – and it’s not to identify those under the influence of drugs (a different offence) but simply whether they have the “presence” of drugs in their systems.

Police admit there is no lower limit used for the amount of drugs detected.

“The first moment I realised something was wrong was when the policeman came back to me and said ‘I think we are going to have a problem here’,” Mr Hunt said.

The test had detected methamphetamine in his saliva. He was arrested and taken to a portable testing station, where a second test was negative. A further sample was sent to NSW Health pathology. Two weeks later he got the result: positive.

“I had been sitting there going to my wife ‘no, no, no, this won’t come back positive’,” he said. “I have never taken drugs in my life.”

Mr Hunt’s lawyers demanded the sample be retested. The same NSW Health lab, testing the same sample, got a negative result. A further test was also negative, and in court police did not present evidence, and the case was dismissed.

“I have no trust whatsoever in the police any more,” Mr Hunt said. “If it can go wrong once, it can go wrong again, and I don’t want to lose another five grand.”

Fairfax Media has also spoken to a woman, who did not want to be named, who had marijuana detected despite never having used the drug. She also had a positive, then negative, then positive result, but was never told she could get it retested.

Greens MP and justice spokesman David Shoebridge said the roadside drug testing was a “lottery”.

“The problem is the police are testing for tiny trace elements of drugs and this makes the results inherently unreliable,” Mr Shoebridge said. “Steve was just minding his own business … and he had his life turned upside down by a plainly stupid law. It’s awful what has happened to him, how much it has cost, and we know he is not alone.”

Mr Shoebridge said it was extremely difficult to get legal costs back from the government, but he had written to the Police Minister to suggest Mr Hunt be given an ex-gratia payment.

“It’s time to scrap the failed roadside testing regime and put in place a rational program that tests for impairment, and tests for every drug, not just a handful of illegal drugs,” Mr Shoebridge said.

NSW Police maintain the tests are an important deterrence tool in preventing road accidents caused by impaired drivers, which are implicated in 14 per cent of road fatalities. One in 10 tests this year returned a positive result, compared with one in 300 alcohol tests.

Sharon Neville, the acting director of the NSW Health Forensic and Analytical Science Service (FASS), said that since roadside drug testing was introduced in 2007 it had tested more than 14,000 samples, and Mr Hunt’s case was the only error it was aware of.

“The initial incorrect result reported by FASS was due to a manual handling error,” she said. “Additional measures and quality control steps were implemented as a result of this case, with all samples now being analysed twice before reporting. These steps ensure tighter controls on manual handling and all other parts of the process.”

She said the screening tests conducted by NSW Police had different sensitivities to the “comprehensive” testing equipment used by FASS.

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FRASER COAST QLD AUSTRALIA POLICE AT THEIR ABSOLUTE BEST-THANK YOU

When one thinks about police being ‘tax collectors’ & stuff like that one can easily lose site of the fact that they are part of the system & have a job to do.They have to perform their duties as directed by their superiors & government [voted in] ministers [Who in most cases are not fit or qualified to make the decisions they make].

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These police were to be held in the highest esteem. They were friendly & courteous. The only people that need to fear them are the people who are the wrong doers

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Please let us be grateful that we have a police system that at least is in the main are not corrupt except for a few exceptions

However yours truly has had the pleasure of interacting with police people of late [Today] & was extremely impressed with their beautiful natures but professional  friendliness.

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They did so with no threatening manner or stand over approach as has been stated by some at times.Their approach to me was merely to get in contact with some lady I know that has a connection with me [As per the police data base] & wanted to know how to contact her.

I made it easy for them in saying that I will be seeing her during the day & will pass on the message & the officers will ring me later that day to confirm that she has been notified.

Yes the officers did front up to us in the monthly flea markets at Maryborough Qld & needed to confirm that I had passed on the message & spoke to my lady friend direct.

We read in the news all the time about some officers using tactics that deserve criticism but we should be extremely grateful that we are not operating under a repressive regime & the police are a tool of a dictator state

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Ex-Policeman sentenced after having Glock sex with woman at Sydney police station

Used during a sexual encounter: A Glock.

A former police officer who had sex with a woman and allowed her to handle his gun at a police station has been sentenced to 20 months’ imprisonment but is being assessed for an intensive correction order

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Mark Garner appeared before a Sydney court on Thursday after pleading guilty to two counts of misconduct in office.

Garner, 50, from the NSW Far North Coast, began a relationship with the woman after she went to Tweed Heads police station in June 2011 to say she had been sexually assaulted.

The former detective sergeant then had sex with the woman and used his Glock pistol as a sex toy during their intimate encounter.

He also accessed police files in an attempt to retrieve a laptop, which contained incriminating photos of himself and the woman.

The former police supervisor bowed his head and cried as Judge Ross Letherbarrow told the Downing Centre District Court that he had abused his position of power.

“It was a significant error of judgment. The offender abused a position of trust in relation to the victim,” Judge Letherbarrow said.

The court heard Garner suffered from depression and post traumatic stress disorder as a result of his time working as an officer who targeted outlawed bikie gangs.

The stress he endured resulted in a marital breakdown and he experienced a series of anxiety and panic attacks.

During the sentencing hearing, the court also heard that Garner had stopped drinking, had gone to a detox clinic and had “done his best” to restore his relationship with his family.

Judge Letherbarrow ordered that Garner be assessed for an intensive correction order.

An intensive correction order is a community-based punishment in which offenders must participate in rehabilitation programs, observe strict curfews, and undergo regular drug and alcohol testing.

The orders, introduced in July last year, also allow a court to set conditions such as a ban on drinking, travel restrictions, random breath tests and electronic monitoring with ankle bracelets.

Garner declined to comment about his sentence outside court.

He will next appear before the same court on March 20 to learn whether he is suitable for the order.

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FRANTIC CALL FOR HELP FROM POLICE CAME AS A PIZZA DELIVERY ORDER

Abused woman disguises pizza order to call police

A woman called 911 and pretended to order a pizza to alert the police that her abusive boyfriend was assaulting her.

Reporting domestic violence is often easier said than done but one woman in the United States found a way to fool her abusive partner by disguising her call for help as a pizza order.

Keith Weisinger, who worked as a police dispatcher between 2004-2006, said that when he took the call he thought the woman on the other end of the line may have been playing a prank but fortunately he didn’t hang up.

“This call occurred almost 10 years ago,” he told BuzzFeed News. “I worked the graveyard shift, 6pm–6am, and I remember this call being pretty late – close to midnight.”

After noticing the woman’s hurried responses Weisinger realised the pizza order was a coded call for help.

Cartoon illustrates domestic violence

According to the 911 operator here is how the conversation went down, as first posted on Reddit thread ‘911 Operators, what is the 1 call that you could never forget?’:

“911, where is your emergency?”

“123 Main St [actual address not given].”

“Ok, what’s going on there?”

“I’d like to order a pizza for delivery.” (oh great, another prank call).

“Ma’am, you’ve reached 911”

“Yeah, I know. Can I have a large with half pepperoni, half mushroom and peppers?”

“Ummm…. I’m sorry, you know you’ve called 911 right?

“Yeah, do you know how long it will be?”

“Ok, Ma’am, is everything ok over there? Do you have an emergency?”

“Yes, I do.”

“…And you can’t talk about it because there’s someone in the room with you?” (moment of realization

“Yes, that’s correct. Do you know how long it will be?”

“I have an officer about a mile from your location. Are there any weapons in your house?”

“Nope.”

“Can you stay on the phone with me?”

“Nope. See you soon, thanks”

Weisinger said he checked the history of the address and noticed it had domestic violence-related episodes in the past.

“The officer arrives and finds a couple, female was kind of banged up, and boyfriend was drunk,” his Reddit post reveals.

“Officer arrests him after she explains that the boyfriend had been beating her for a while. I thought she was pretty clever to use that trick.

“Definitely one of the most memorable calls,” he added.

While occasionally callers make an effort to meet the dispatchers who helped them through a distressing experience Weisinger, who now works as an environmental attorney, said he never found out what happened to the woman believed to be in her 30s.

“This is a part of the job most 911 dispatchers find frustrating. Beyond the immediate resolution – arrest, hospitalisation, etc – we rarely hear what happens to the people who call,” he told BuzzFeed.

And while he is being hailed a hero, Weisinger says it was the woman caller’s fast thinking that saved her.

“Whether she had thought of this trick before, or it just came to her she indicated the urgency of her situation without giving away the true purpose of her call.”

“Yeah, do you know how long it will be?”

“Ok, Ma’am, is everything ok over there? Do you have an emergency?

“Yes, I do.”

“…And you can’t talk about it because there’s someone in the room with you?” (moment of realization)

“Yes, that’s correct. Do you know how long it will be?”

“I have an officer about a mile from your location. Are there any weapons in your house?”

“Nope.”

“Can you stay on the phone with me?”

“Nope. See you soon, thanks”

Weisinger said he checked the history of the address and noticed it had domestic violence-related episodes in the past.

“The officer arrives and finds a couple, female was kind of banged up, and boyfriend was drunk,” his Reddit post reveals.

“Officer arrests him after she explains that the boyfriend had been beating her for a while. I thought she was pretty clever to use that trick.

“Definitely one of the most memorable calls,” he added.

While occasionally callers make an effort to meet the dispatchers who helped them through a distressing experience Weisinger, who now works as an environmental attorney, said he never found out what happened to the woman believed to be in her 30s.

“This is a part of the job most 911 dispatchers find frustrating. Beyond the immediate resolution – arrest, hospitalisation, etc – we rarely hear what happens to the people who call,” he told BuzzFeed.

And while he is being hailed a hero, Weisinger says it was the woman caller’s fast thinking that saved her.

“Whether she had thought of this trick before, or it just came to her she indicated the urgency of her situation without giving away the true purpose of her call

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MAN ARRESTED FOR TRYING TO FEED A SAUSAGE TO A POLICE HORSE

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A man was arrested and charged for feeding a police horse some sausage, according to court proceedings.

In a rare case, Francis Kelly was accused of causing a breach of the peace in Glasgow, U.K., earlier this year.

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Authorities said that the 41-year-old man broke the law when he ignored police warnings and gave the delicious food to the animal.

However, friends of Mr. Kelly came to his defense and said that he had done nothing wrong. He gave the horse a sausage roll because he thought the animal looked hungry, they said.

Critics said that the case was a waste of taxpayer money and wondered why the case is being taken to court for a trial.

Prosecutors allege that Mr. Kelly behaved “threatening or abusive” for trying to feed the horse some meat. The court was also told that Mr. Kelly had adopted an aggressive attitude towards the police officers when they told him to put away the food.

It was however, not clear why the police horses were in the area or when he initially made ​​contact with the animals.

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POLICEWOMAN WOKE TO FIND COLLEGUE HAVING SEX WITH HER

A Sydney Australia police officer says she woke up to find a senior colleague half naked and sexually assaulting her “with a grin on his face” after an office party, a court has heard.

Accused Timothy John Snow.

Timothy John Snow is accused of getting into bed with the woman, who cannot be identified, and touching her genitals, after she earlier rejected his advances during the party to farewell a colleague in February 2011.

Mr Snow, who held the rank of sergeant at the time, has pleaded not guilty to having sexual intercourse with the woman without her consent and to the alternative charge of indecent assault.

On the opening day of Mr Snow’s trial, Crown prosecutor Frank Veltro said members of a Sydney police squad stayed in a rented apartment on the night of February 17, after a day of golf, drinks and a meal

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“During the course of the speeches a few of the officers moved outside and the complainant found herself sitting next to the accused,” Mr Veltro told the jury at Downing Centre District Court on Monday.

“It’s then the accused placed his hand on her thigh. The complainant picked it up and took it off, but he replaced it.

“The complainant became upset … and even angry and got up and walked away.”

Later that night several colleagues went back to their accommodation and, after lying on the couch with Mr Snow during a group conversation, the woman took a sleeping tablet and got into the bed she was sharing with a female colleague.

Mr Veltro said the colleague will give evidence she heard Mr Snow say “I love you” to the woman, who said, “You can’t, you just need to forget me.”

The trial will be told Mr Snow later returned to the room and got into the bed, before the female colleague left the pair alone, Mr Veltro said.

The alleged victim will give evidence she was asleep and woke up to find her pyjama pants were missing and Mr Snow, who was wearing boxer shorts, was touching her.

“She opened her eyes and saw it was the accused with a grin on his face,” Mr Veltro said.

Mr Veltro said Mr Snow knew the woman was not consenting because she was asleep and he knew she had taken a sleeping tablet and drunk alcohol that night.

Defence barrister Raymond Hood urged the jury to use their common sense when considering the evidence.

Mr Hood said the woman had laid her head in Mr Snow’s lap while they were on the couch before the alleged incident and allowed him to stroke her hair.

There would be evidence the woman also called Mr Snow the next morning, Mr Hood said.

He said the jury would have to consider whether the woman’s evidence, which will be heavily relied on by the Crown, was accurate.

“The lady well knew what was taking place that particular time and she was consenting to what was taking place at that particular time.”

The trial continues before Judge Brian Knox

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