A, no te e karanga ahau te pirihimana?

Ingarihi hokiNo Ingarihi

He mea pai ki te mohio te mea ki te mahi i ka i reira te mea he whawhati tata. Knowing when to call the police is important. A, no te karanga koutou nga pirihimana, Ka taea e koe āwhina ki te tiaki ia koe me te hoki whai wāhi ki te he tangata pai. You can call the police from any phone in any place in the USA by dialing 911.

It is good to know what to do when there is an emergency. Knowing when to call the police is important. When you call the police, you can help protect yourself and also contribute to being a good citizen. You can call the police from any phone in any place in the USA by dialing 911.

It can be hard to know when to call the police for help

It can be hard to know when to call the police for help

When to call the police

When to call the police

Police are there to call in an emergency and for other reason.

Police are there to call in an emergency and for other reason.

Call the police in all of the following emergencies:

Call the police in all of the following emergencies:

  • He hara, rawa he tonu ki te roto i te ahunga whakamua, pērā i te tahae whānakotanga ranei
  • He tūtukitanga o te motokā, rawa, ki te tangata e whara
  • He ahi
  • He whawhati tata hauora, pērā i whakaeke ngakau, toto haere noa, ranei tauhohenga pāwera
  • tutu kāinga ranei māharahara o te tamaiti e mahue, tinana moepuku ranei tūkinotia
  • Tetahi atu e te mea rite te whawhati tata
  • A crime, especially if is still in progress, such as a theft or burglary
  • A car crash, especially if someone is injured
  • A fire
  • A medical emergency, such as heart attack, uncontrollable bleeding, or allergic reaction
  • Domestic violence or suspicion of a child being neglected, physically or sexually abused
  • Anything else that seems like an emergency

Kia hoki karanga koe i te pirihimana, ka reira he mahi tūpato:

You may also call the police when there is suspicious activity:

  • Te tangata e pohehe i roto i whatianga i roto i te tata - tenei i taea e waiho hei tohu e te tamata i te tangata ki te wahi i roto i ki te whare
  • Te tangata e ngana ana ki te whakatuwhera tatau motokā - tenei i taea e waiho hei tohu e te tamata i te tangata ki te tahae i te motokā
  • Someone wandering through yards in the neighborhood – this could be a sign that the person is trying to break in into a house
  • Someone trying to open car doors – this could be a sign that the person is trying to steal a car

Do not assume someone else has already called the police when something suspicious is happening. People hesitate to call the police for fear of danger or of getting involved. Heoi, the police want to help prevent crime.

Do not assume someone else has already called the police when something suspicious is happening. People hesitate to call the police for fear of danger or of getting involved. However, the police want to help prevent crime.

Aha ki te mahi, no te karanga koutou nga pirihimana

What to do when you call the police

To call the police, dial 911. Noho marino ka karanga, ka hoatu tou ingoa, wāhitau, me te tau waea. If you are using a cellphone, whakarato i te kāwanatanga me te pa e karanga koe i. Na ka korero te tangata he aha e karanga koe. Follow any instructions you are given. hei tauira, the dispatcher might say, “Stay on the line,” ranei “Leave the building.

To call the police, dial 911. Remain calm when calling and give your name, address, and phone number. If you are using a cellphone, provide the state and city you are calling from. Then tell the person why you are calling. Follow any instructions you are given. For example, the dispatcher might say, “Stay on the line,” or “Leave the building.”

Ki te waea koe 911 i te hape, e kore whakairi ake te mea e taea e hanga 911 whakaaro rangatira e te vai tino he whawhati tata. Engari korero tika te tangata i huaina e koe i te hape.

If you dial 911 by mistake, do not hang up because that could make 911 officials think that an emergency really exists. Instead just tell the person that you called by mistake.

What happens when you call the police

What happens when you call the police

Most American police departments have a communication center. The communication center staff reach police officers on a radio in their vehicles. Individual police officers also carry headsets, like earphones. Police cars have a computer linked to a network. The computer allows them to view vehicle information, pūkete taihara, me ētahi atu mōhiohio tairongo.

Most American police departments have a communication center. The communication center staff reach police officers on a radio in their vehicles. Individual police officers also carry headsets, like earphones. Police cars have a computer linked to a network. The computer allows them to view vehicle information, criminal records, and other sensitive information.

Kawenga o te pirihimana

Responsibilities of the police

rangatira Ture uruhi, rangatira pirihimana ranei, E hoatu etahi mana ki te taea ratou ki te mahi i ta ratou mahi. They have wide-ranging responsibilities.

Law enforcement officers, or police officers, are given certain powers to enable them to do their work. They have wide-ranging responsibilities.

Arresting suspected criminals

Arresting suspected criminals

A, no te reira te mea he take ki te whakapono e kua mahia he tangata he hara nui, Ka taea e tetahi o nga rangatira kii'i ka hopu i te tangata. The powers of the law enforcement are typically enforced only in cases where the law has been broken and a suspect must be identified and apprehended. Crimes include burglary, trafficking tarukino, patu tangata, me te pahua. Ka te tangata e whakawarea ana kia tangohia ki te teihana pirihimana mauheretia ranei i runga i te pēra kei.

When there is a reason to believe that a person has committed a serious crime, an officer can handcuff and arrest a person. The powers of the law enforcement are typically enforced only in cases where the law has been broken and a suspect must be identified and apprehended. Crimes include burglary, drug trafficking, murder, and robbery. The detained person will be taken to a police station or jailed depending on a bail.

Maintaining order

Maintaining order

A, no te e i roto i pirihimana āpiha pirihimana hapori, ratou whāinga matua, ko te ki te mau tonu te tikanga. Ratou mahi Teie pupuri te rongo, me te ārai whanonga e ai whakakorikoria ētahi atu. Prevention ranges from intervening in a fight to stopping loud music playing. I roto i enei take i whawha atu te āhuatanga kei te ki te ngarahu pai, kaua ki te rite te hara. Heoi, reira ai kia tauira ka taea ofati i teie mau huru i te ture.

When police officers are out policing communities, their main objective is to maintain order. Their job entails keeping peace and preventing behaviors which might disturb others. Prevention ranges from intervening in a fight to stopping loud music playing. In these cases the situation is handled with discretion rather than as a crime. However, there might be instances when these situations can violate the law.

Providing first aid, vehicle assistance, mōhiohio tāpoi, and public education

Providing first aid, vehicle assistance, tourist information, and public education

pokapū Pirihimana E wātea ana te tau-a tawhio, 24 haora i te ra, na karanga tangata te tari pirihimana e kore anake ina i roto i te raru, engari, ka i roto i ngā āhuatanga whakararuraru rite te pai. Ka rite ki te hua, haere ratonga pirihimana ki tua atu e tohe nei hara ki te āwhina ki te breakdowns waka, whakarato mōhiohio e pā ana ki ētahi atu tari, me te āwhina kimi mōkai ngaro rawa ranei.

Police agencies are available year-round, 24 hours a day, so citizens call the police department not only when in trouble but when in inconvenient situations as well. As a result, police services go beyond combating crime to assisting with vehicle breakdowns, providing information about other agencies, and helping locate lost pets or property.

Who are the police?

Who are the police?

Law enforcement is one of the three parts of the US criminal justice system.The other parts are the law courts and corrections (punishment and prisons). Law enforcement is run by several government agencies. mahi tahi ngā pokapū rerekē ki te ngana ki te aukati i hara. E toru ngā momo rerekē o ngā pokapū:

Law enforcement is one of the three parts of the US criminal justice system.The other parts are the law courts and corrections (punishment and prisons). Law enforcement is run by several government agencies. Different agencies work together to try to stop crimes. There are three different types of agencies:

Federal law enforcement

Federal law enforcement

Federal means to do with the whole country, and federal agencies have authority to enforce the law all over the USA. The Department of Justice is responsible for the law at the federal level. Other agencies include the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), te Whakahaere Tarukino Uruhi (DEA), nga Marshals Ratonga United States, me te Federal Bureau o whare herehere i roto i ētahi atu.

Federal means to do with the whole country, and federal agencies have authority to enforce the law all over the USA. The Department of Justice is responsible for the law at the federal level. Other agencies include the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), the United States Marshals Service, and the Federal Bureau of Prisons among others.

State law enforcement

State law enforcement

State agencies provide law enforcement services across their state. Ratou mau ohipa ngā tūhuratanga me ngā kāwanatanga - kia waiho ratou pirihimana kāwanatanga huaina huanui tautiaki ranei. pirihimana Capitol, pirihimana wānanga kura, me pirihimana hōhipera e te tahi atu manga e whakahaere i raro i te ti'amâraa kāwanatanga.

State agencies provide law enforcement services across their state. Their duties include investigations and state patrols – they may be called state police or highway patrol. Capitol police, school campus police, and hospital police are other branches that operate under the state agency.

Municipal law enforcement

Municipal law enforcement

Towns and cities have their own police departments. They work with state law enforcement to ensure safety. The biggest cities may have very large police departments with thousands of police officer. Small towns may have just a few officers.

Towns and cities have their own police departments. They work with state law enforcement to ensure safety. The biggest cities may have very large police departments with thousands of police officer. Small towns may have just a few officers.

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