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Ujiri Police quotes by Radley Balko
#1. law tends more and more to be grounded upon the maxim that every citizen is, by nature, a traitor, a libertine, and a scoundrel. In order to dissuade him from his evil-doing the police power is extended until it surpasses anything ever heard of in the oriental monarchies of antiquity. - H. L. MENCKEN, NOTES ON DEMOCRACY #Quote by Radley Balko
Ujiri Police quotes by Russell Simmons
#2. A large portion of American citizens, especially people of color, have lost confidence in our criminal justice system. Many have called for appointing special prosecutors when a police officer kills or injures a civilian. If you were elected president, would you publicly support special prosecutors in these cases and what is one other thing you would do to fix our broken justice system? #Quote by Russell Simmons
Ujiri Police quotes by Steven Magee
#3. It is my expectation that if I call 911 for the police that I will be blatantly harassed. #Quote by Steven Magee
Ujiri Police quotes by Shaquille O'Neal
#4. I want to go to police academy, I want to actually go out and make a couple of arrests. I want to go undercover. #Quote by Shaquille O'Neal
Ujiri Police quotes by Peter Kirby
#5. But just because you put on a uniform doesn't mean you hang up your humanity. #Quote by Peter Kirby
Ujiri Police quotes by Emi Iyalla
#6. Whether you sweep the toilet of a school or you make cloths. Whether you take pictures of dancers or you are a full-time house wife.

Whether you are a village jester or the president of a company, never trivialize what you do. Your work, no matter how small you think it is can make a difference in someone's life. It all begins with you. It's not what you do, it's how you do it.

I have seen a traffic police bring minutes of joy and happiness to people's lives in a way that Presidents of nations cannot. Anytime you trivialize what gives you an income, you sell yourself cheap and lose your dignity. Do your work with all excitement, joy and positivity. Learn and grow from it. And if you haven't found a job to do, look for one with the same zeal as you would do the actual work. Good morning and may God bless our efforts. Emi Iyalla #Quote by Emi Iyalla
Ujiri Police quotes by Margaret Atwood
#7. I remember the rules, rules that were never spelled out but every woman knew: Don't open your door to a stranger, even if he says he is the police. Make him slide his ID under the door. Don't stop on the road to help a motorist pretending to be in trouble. Keep the locks on and keep going. If anyone whistles, don't turn to look. Don't go into a laundromat, by yourself, at night.
I think about laundromats. What I wore to them: shorts, jeans, jogging pants. What I put into them: my own clothes, my own soap, my own money, money I had earned myself. I think about having such control.
Now we walk along the same street, in red pairs, and not man shouts obscenities at us, speaks to us, touches us. No one whistles.
There is more than one kind of freedom, said Aunt Lydia. Freedom to and freedom from. #Quote by Margaret Atwood
Ujiri Police quotes by Korie Robertson
#8. Miss Kay

About three months later, I went to lunch one day with a friend from work. When we returned to the Howard Brothers offices, I saw Phil's old truck in the parking lot. My friend asked me if I wanted her to call the police, and I said, "No, I'll go talk to him. Just watch me through the window. If anything happens, then call them." As I walked toward the truck and saw Phil bent over the steering wheel, I assumed he was drunk. He was not; he was crying. I opened the door of the truck and for the first time in my life saw huge tears flowing down his face. I'll never forget what he said: "I can't sleep. I can't eat. I want my family back, and I am never going to drink again."
My first though was, This is the man I want. This one, right here. But I had enough sense not to say that right away.
"Phil, you can't do it by yourself," I told him. "You need help. You really need help."
"Are you talking about God?" he asked.
"Yep, that's it," I answered.
"I don't know how to find Him," said Phil.
"Well, I do," I responded. "You be back in this parking lot at five o'clock and follow me home. I'll have someone there to talk to you."
Phil agreed. Back in my office, I called Bill Smith, told him what happened, and asked him to come to my apartment at five fifteen that evening to talk to Phil. He said he would have to check his calendar.
"Check your calendar?" I said, almost in disbelief. "What on earth could be more important than thi #Quote by Korie Robertson
Ujiri Police quotes by Jimmy Fallon
#9. Police in Texas arrested a man who was using the alias 'Barack Obama' while trying to steal money from 35 ATMs. They could tell something was up when a guy named Barack Obama was trying to take money from banks instead of giving it to them. #Quote by Jimmy Fallon
Ujiri Police quotes by Don Winslow
#10. Billions of dollars, trying unsuccessfully to keep drugs out of the world's most porous border? One-tenth of the anti-drug budget going into education and treatment, nine-tenths of those billions into interdiction? And not enough money from anywhere going into the root causes of the drug problem itself. And the billions spent keeping drug offenders locked up in prison, the cells now so crowded we have to give early release to murderers. Not to mention the fact that two-thirds of all the "non-drug" offenses in America are committed by people high on dope or alcohol. And our solutions are the same futile non-solutions - build more prisons, hire more police, spend more and more billions of dollars not curing the symptoms while we ignore the disease. Most people in my area who want to kick drugs can't afford to get into a treatment program unless they have blue-chip health insurance, which most of them don't. And there's a six-month-to-two-year waiting list to get a bed in a subsidized treatment program. We're spending almost $2 billion poisoning cocaine crops and kids over here, while there's no money at home to help someone who wants to get off drugs. It's insanity. #Quote by Don Winslow
Ujiri Police quotes by H. Rap Brown
#11. The long-simmering anger at racism and economic injustice of alienated black youth in the ghettoes was erupting into violent and destructive urban insurrections. In every case these "riots" were triggered by police brutality or misconduct, most usually the killing or brutalizing of an unarmed black man. #Quote by H. Rap Brown
Ujiri Police quotes by Ruben Aguilar
#12. In no way have we contemplated the intervention of the army in tasks that belong to police at the different levels of government. What is contemplated .. is support from the army in these tasks but not in direct actions that correspond to municipal, state and federal police. #Quote by Ruben Aguilar
Ujiri Police quotes by Jennifer Hillier
#13. You know those FBI shows on TV? Where they do the profiling?"
"Yeah."
"Cops hate that stuff. While it's all well and good to sit behind a desk and have assigned characteristics and fancy medical names for criminals," Jerry said in a prissy voice, "at the end of the day, you just don't know what anybody's gonna do. You gotta prepare for everything. Human beings are unpredictable. After three decades with PD, I still get surprised. #Quote by Jennifer Hillier
Ujiri Police quotes by L. Neil Smith
#14. One thing about a police state, you can always find the police. #Quote by L. Neil Smith
Ujiri Police quotes by Eli Clare
#15. Sometimes disabled people overcome specific moments of ableism -
we exceed low expectations, problem-solve lack of access, avoid nursing
homes or long-term psych facilities, narrowly escape police brutality
and prison. However, I'm not sure that overcoming disability itself is an
actual possibility for most of us. Yet in a world that places extraordinary
value in cure, the belief that we can defeat or transcend body-mind
conditions through individual hard work is convenient. Overcoming is
cure's backup plan. #Quote by Eli Clare
Ujiri Police quotes by Vincent Frank
#16. I would first recommend we appoint a Police Director that commands the respect of the rank and file. #Quote by Vincent Frank
Ujiri Police quotes by Daniel Horan
#17. Police thrillers are so widely read and police dramas so commonplace on television that many people think they have a good understanding of what a cop's world is like. But in truth that world is seldom revealed with anything approaching verisimilitude. We get it with The Wagon. #Quote by Daniel Horan
Ujiri Police quotes by Leonard Brown
#18. Outside of the musical knowledge and exposure, Coltrane also apprenticed in the daily struggles of black musicians on the road. Segregation was a dominant factor in the majority of performance venues, as well as the surrounding geographical area. This determined where one could eat, use the bathroom, get gasoline, rent a hotel room, or even get a drink of water. And there was always the threat of racist police encounters. These cultural experiences were a part of his mentoring on the road and influenced the evolution of his conscious intent to use music as a force for goodness. #Quote by Leonard Brown
Ujiri Police quotes by Ben Aaronovitch
#19. It's a police mantra that all members of the public are guilty of something, but some members of the public are more guilty than others. #Quote by Ben Aaronovitch
Ujiri Police quotes by Kim Harrison
#20. I have lots of faith," the fallen angel said as he crouched down and coaxed the dog closer. "I have faith that this is a bad idea. She's not going to belive you. She's going to think we're nuts. She's going to call the police unless she has a record, and if she does she'll run away. #Quote by Kim Harrison
Ujiri Police quotes by Massad Ayoob
#21. any community that does not police itself will be policed from outside. #Quote by Massad Ayoob
Ujiri Police quotes by David Wellington
#22. For the first time I got a good look at the woman who, despite avowed intentions, had saved my life. I was surprised first to see that she was old. Her hair was silver, tied back behind her head in a no-nonsense bun. Her face was lined with wrinkles. On her head she wore a hat with a very wide brim, a kind of hat I'd never seen before. She also wore tight-fitting black pants and black leather boots and a brown leather jacket. A patch on her shoulder read PENNSYLVANIA STATE POLICE TROOPER. On the front of her jacket was a nameplate that read CAXTON. #Quote by David Wellington
Ujiri Police quotes by Charles Burnett
#23. We need to be critical of the police and power structure, we need to stand back and solve these problems, and films need to point to that. There are too many stories that end happily and say very little about life. #Quote by Charles Burnett
Ujiri Police quotes by Ralph Waldo Emerson
#24. If the colleges were better, if they ... had the power of imparting valuable thought, creative principles, truths which become powers, thoughts which become talents, - if they could cause that a mind not profound should become profound, - we should all rush to their gates: instead of contriving inducements to draw students, you would need to set police at the gates to keep order in the in-rushing multitude. #Quote by Ralph Waldo Emerson
Ujiri Police quotes by Dennis Miller
#25. A recent police study found that you're much more likely to get shot by a fat cop if you run. #Quote by Dennis Miller
Ujiri Police quotes by Michael Moore
#26. Since 9/11, the Bush administration has used that tragic event as a justification to rip up our constitution and our civil liberties. And I honestly believe that one or two 9/11s, and martial law will be declared in our country and we're inching towards a police state. #Quote by Michael Moore
Ujiri Police quotes by Steven Gregersen
#27. This can be a safety factor making it less likely that you'll fire the gun unintentionally but it also makes firing the weapon accurately a challenge. Many police departments use double action firearms so that officers won't accidentally shoot a suspect. They also have the resources to properly train officers in accurate double action shooting. #Quote by Steven Gregersen
Ujiri Police quotes by Ron Bolton
#28. Officials are the only guys who can rob you and then get a police escort out of the stadium. #Quote by Ron Bolton
Ujiri Police quotes by Derek Landy
#29. The traffic warden looked up. "This your car?"
"It is," said Skulduggery.
The traffic warden nodded. "Very nice, very nice. But you can't park here, day or night."
"I wasn't aware of that."
"There's a sign right over there."
"I didn't think it applied to me."
"Why wouldn't it have applied to you?"
Skulduggery tilted his head. "Because I'm special."
"Don't care how special you think you are, you're parked in a no parking area and as such you're---"
"We're here on official police business."
The traffic warden narrowed his eyes. "You're Garda? I'm going to need to see some identification."
"We're undercover," said Skulduggery. "This is a very important undercover operation which you are endangering just by talking to us." He opened his jacket. "Look, I have a gun. I am Detective Inspector Me. This is my partner, Detective Her."
The traffic warden frowned. "Her?"
"Me," said Stephanie.
"Him?"
"Not me," said Skulduggery. "Her."
"Me," said Stephanie.
"You?" said the traffic warden.
"Yes," said Stephanie.
"I"m sorry, who are you?"
Stephanie looked at him. "I'm Her, he's Me. Got it? Good. You better get out of here before you blow our cover. They've got snipers. #Quote by Derek Landy
Ujiri Police quotes by Molly Meadows
#30. Mr. Acme comments that the new foodservice professionals in the cafeteria are two-headed carnival escapees and probably also wanted convicts. He expresses his deep conviction that the names they gave him are aliases and promises that if he finds one more cat whisker in his chicken almandine, he will hand them over to the police, whom, he is sure, will be glad to have them back. #Quote by Molly Meadows
Ujiri Police quotes by Jarod Kintz
#31. I had a dream about you. You took control of my body and forced me to have sex with you. Then you called the cops, and the police said I raped you - but I was the one who was raped. If I had known you were that kind of person, I'd have never voted you into political office in the first place. #Quote by Jarod Kintz
Ujiri Police quotes by Jane Rogers
#32. Perfect crime,' he said softly.
'Yes?'
'Persuade an innocent, idealistic young girl that the future of the human race depends on her sacrificing her own life. She will come into hospital as trustingly as a lamb to the slaughter. She will welcome the implantation of a baby that will kill her. She'll lie there while her brain is destroyed for nine whole months, and no police will arrest you, no court will judge you, you'll get away scot free. At the end of nine months she'll be taken off life support and she'll be completely dead. And no one will be blamed. #Quote by Jane Rogers
Ujiri Police quotes by Glenn L. Pace
#33. The memories seem to come in layers. For example, the first memory might be of incest; then they remember robes and candles; next they realize that their father or mother or both were present when they were being abused. Another layer will be the memory of seeing other people hurt and even killed. Then they remember having seen babies killed. Another layer is realizing that they participated in the sacrifices. One of the most painful memories may be that they even sacrificed their own baby. With each layer of memory comes another set of problems with which they must deal.
- Glenn L. Pace; "Ritualistic Child Abuse," memo #Quote by Glenn L. Pace
Ujiri Police quotes by Edward Conlon
#34. During voir dire, the interviews for jury selection, each person is asked under oath about their experience with the criminal justice system, as defendant or victim, but usually not even the most elementary effort is made to corroborate those claims. One ADA [Associate District Attorney] told me about inheriting a murder case, after the first jury deadlocked. He checked the raps for the jurors and found that four had criminal records. None of those jurors were prosecuted. Nor was it policy to prosecute defense witnesses who were demonstrably lying--by providing false alibis, for example--because, as another ADA told me, if they win the case, they don't bother, and if they lose, "it looks like sour grapes." A cop told me about a brawl at court one day, when he saw court officers tackle a man who tried to escape from the Grand Jury. An undercover was testifying about a buy when the juror recognized him as someone he had sold to. Another cop told me about locking up a woman for buying crack, who begged for a Desk Appearance Ticket, because she had to get back to court, for jury duty--she was the forewoman on a Narcotics case, of course. The worst part about these stories is that when I told them to various ADAs, none were at all surprised; most of those I'd worked with I respected, but the institutionalized expectations were abysmal. They were too used to losing and it showed in how they played the game. #Quote by Edward Conlon
Ujiri Police quotes by Bret Easton Ellis
#35. ...once you start choosing how people can and cannot express themselves then this opens the door to a very dark room in the corporation from which there's really no escape. Can't they in return police your thoughts, and then your feelings and then your impulses? And, finally, can they police, ultimately, your dream? #Quote by Bret Easton Ellis
Ujiri Police quotes by W.E.B. Du Bois
#36. its police system was arranged to deal with blacks alone, and tacitly assumed that every white man was ipso facto a member of that police. #Quote by W.E.B. Du Bois
Ujiri Police quotes by Isabel Allende
#37. I rebelled against all form of authority, against my grandfather, my step-father, the Church, the police, the government, the bosses. Everything male that was there, and was determining my life. #Quote by Isabel Allende
Ujiri Police quotes by Philip Yancey
#38. The Italian novelist Ignazio Silone wrote about a revolutionary hunted by the police. In order to hide him, his comrades dressed him in the garb of a priest and sent him to a remote village in the foothills of the Alps. Word got out, and soon a long line of peasants appeared at his door, full of stories of their sins and broken lives. The "priest" protested and tried to turn them away, to no avail. He had no recourse but to sit and listen to the stories of people starving for grace. #Quote by Philip Yancey
Ujiri Police quotes by Ed Lynskey
#39. From Chapter 1:
The main rub was the lack of RnR and I burned out. Three years and three stripes later, I ejected from the MP Corps, vowing I'd never do police or criminal investigative work again. Instead, I returned home when I should've learned better. #Quote by Ed Lynskey
Ujiri Police quotes by D. Todd Christofferson
#40. Policemen and laws can never replace customs, traditions and moral values as a means for regulating human behavior. At best, the police and criminal justice system are the last desperate line of defense for a civilized society. Our increased reliance on laws to regulate behavior is a measure of how uncivilized we've become. #Quote by D. Todd Christofferson
Ujiri Police quotes by Edwin Hodge
#41. When you look at police violence, over the last three or four years, whether you call it a social, economic or racial thing, these are the guys that we're supposed to trust. These are the guys who are given these guns and weapons to protect us. Not to use them upon us, but to protect us, and they can't even get it right. So, if they can't get it right, how can you fault a society for fearing them, and fearing them in a way that makes them want to take up arms and fight back. #Quote by Edwin Hodge
Ujiri Police quotes by Jonathan L. Howard
#42. hat was then Now Johannes Cabal and Joey Granite stood before Billy Butler and said nothing. The smell of smoke said it all for them. Butler smiled nastily. "Oh. It's - " As famous last words go, they lacked a certain something. "Uppercut, Joey," said Cabal. Joey Granite delivered an uppercut of surpassing science and pugilistic artistry. It was a thing of beauty and kinetic poetry that might be long admired among people who enjoy watching other people beat the living daylights out of one another. It was also powerful enough to lift a small building off its foundations. Anything up to a branch library would have tottered and fallen. Billy Butler, despite a bit of a gut, simply wasn't in the same league weight-wise. By some miracle, his head stayed on his body, but there was little doubt that the police would be making enquiries long before he hit the ground again. "Let us leave, Joey," said Cabal as Butler vanished through the cloud base. #Quote by Jonathan L. Howard
Ujiri Police quotes by Noam Chomsky
#43. The appropriate response to terrorist crimes is police work, which has been successful worldwide. #Quote by Noam Chomsky
Ujiri Police quotes by Mark M. Bello
#44. This smells like a case of driving while black through a
predominately white community. #Quote by Mark M. Bello
Ujiri Police quotes by Erik Larson
#45. At one point during the Holmes investigation Chicago's chief of police told a Tribune reporter he'd just as soon have a squad of reporters under his command as detectives. #Quote by Erik Larson
Ujiri Police quotes by Robin Ince
#46. If you really want space on public transport you should carry some pornography from the 1970s and a pair of children's safety scissors, then delicately cut out all the eyes of the glamour models whilst whistling. Every now and again mutter, 'Why are women more beautiful when they are eyeless?' You will be able to stretch out, though this can have ramifications such as ending up on a police list or being run out of town. #Quote by Robin Ince
Ujiri Police quotes by Craig Ferguson
#47. A casino in South Dakota was robbed by a man dressed as a mummy. The police described the suspect as anywhere between 25 and 8,000 years old. #Quote by Craig Ferguson

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