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In my travels around the world working with police officers, supervisors, leadership and others in all kinds of governments and agencies, one thing I have found to be true everywhere…a cop is a cop, regardless. We are all interested in getting the bad guy and protecting the weak – yea, that sounds a little pompous, but it is true. Justice is one thing, but injustice is not to be tolerated anywhere.
Another observation is that we are all interested in what we do and how we do it in our own jurisdictions, legal systems and cultures. I had an online student in Hong Kong just before the transfer to China in 1998…we asked him what the number one police issue was in his city. His response – domestic violence. Who would have guessed that? People are people…
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