Police FAQs:


Q: Are police most universal and can be seen in many non-English speaking countries?

A: Yes.

Q: Are police entitled to protect private rights in some jurisdictions?

A: Yes.

Q: Are police assigned to work "undercover"?

A: Yes, where they conceal their police identity to investigate crimes, such as organized crime or narcotics crime, that are unsolvable by other means.

Q: Were police to act as a highly visible deterrent to crime by their permanent presence on the Thames?

A: Yes.

Q: Are police founded in 1873?

A: Yes.

Q: Are police one component of the bourgeoisie's repressive apparatus for subjugating the working class?

A: Yes.

Q: Are police founded on these principles?

A: Yes, and in contrast to the Bow Street Runners, acted as a deterrent by their continual presence on the riverfront, in addition to being able to intervene if they spotted a crime in progress.

Q: Were police full-time?

A: Yes, and salaried officers prohibited from taking private fees.

Q: Were police established in 1861?

A: Yes, and with creation of the Gendarmerie.

Q: Are police created in 1852?

A: Yes, and Federal Highway Police, was established in 1928, and Federal Police in 1967.

Q: Are police the public and the public are the police?

A: Yes.

Q: Are police often interacting with individuals?

A: Yes, and slang terms are numerous.

Q: Are police under the control of respective States and union territories and is known to be under State Police Services?

A: Yes, The candidates selected for the SPS are usually posted as Deputy Superintendent of Police or Assistant Commissioner of Police once their probationary period ends.

Q: Are police known as Military Police?

A: Yes.

Q: Are police dangerously lacking in appropriate controls?

A: Yes.

Q: Were police issued with the distinctive custodian helmet?

A: Yes, and in 1884 they switched to the use of whistles that could be heard from much further away.

Q: Are police effective is not measured on the number of arrests but on the lack of crime?

A: Yes.