Police

Police

Folk better review each case individually and not make comments that will make you look ignant at the end of the day.

You better get all the facts and not just the side you want to hear.

I do my homework and if I don’t get it right, I come back and make necessary corrections.

What about you?

It is called credibility when you trying to tell something.

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Mayors, City Council, Police And Parents Duties

I get so damn sick and tired of folk who want to make other folk do things. But since they got the damn answers why in the hell don’t they run for mayor, city council and/or become a police. Always sitting back throwing shade. Ain’t my damn job to raise other folk children. Hell yeah I will help out where I can if they give me permission but I be damn if I am going to be blamed for what other folk children are doing. I raised mines and I tried to look out for the children that was in my children’s circle especially single ladies.

Mayors typically run their city or town’s day-to-day administration and work with the legislative body to enact laws. They preside over council meetings, provide leadership, receive input from constituents and make business decisions.

Role of the individual councilmember. Councilmembers’ statutory duties are to be performed, almost without exception, by the council as a whole. For example, the council, not individual members, must supervise administrative officers, formulate policies, and exercise city powers.

The duties of a police officer, also known as a law enforcement officer, focus on protecting people and property. They patrol the areas they are assigned, which sometimes include entire jurisdictions, respond to calls, enforce laws, make arrests, issue citations, and occasionally testify in court cases.

Parents are responsible to provide the necessary food, clothing, shelter and medical care insofar as they are able. They are equally responsible for providing sound education and a sound knowledge of their religion as well as moral training of their children. … A child who gratifies his parents is rare.

It is not the responsibility of anyone to raise other children unless they desire to. However that can’t be done without parental permission.

 

You Don’t Call the Police on Poverty – Spectacular Magazine

The Watch Dog response: This is an awesome article and should be read by everyone that can read.

“You don’t call the police on poverty…that’s exactly how Black lives become hashtags.”

I arrived at the Durham Co-op Market Monday morning January 02, 2017 for coffee and to finish some writing. As I approached the market’s front door, a middle-aged Black man standing on the side of the building, stopped me and asked for “spare change.”

Little did he know, I was four days from ‘pay day’ and had absolutely no money. I was living on a credit card for the next four days. I told him I was “out of cash” and kept walking.

As I entered the sliding glass doors, one of the cashiers asked, “Is that man still out there asking for money?” I said “Yes. But he’s not posing a threat to anyone. He’s just standing on the side and asking for spare change.” She then informed me that she had already spoken with him once that morning and that the manager had instructed her to call the police. (Read more)