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09.02.2018  · Free Online Library: The Broken Blue Line. by "Reason"; Humanities, general Philosophy and religion Political science Riots History

BROKEN BLUE LINE IRR 1 BROKEN BLUE LINE Foreword This is the second report of the Broken Blue Line project – the fi rst having been published by the

26.03.2010  · The Broken Blue Line has 32 ratings and 21 reviews. Allison said: I read Dial's first novel, INTERNAL AFFAIRS, back in 2009, and was blown away by the au...

Relegated to busting cops for soliciting sex, Sergeant Mike Turner ( Internal Affairs , 2009) finally gets a case with real promise—a renegade cop on dubious disability linked to illegal guns and armed robbery.

Fans of hard-boiled detective fiction may not be impressed, but there’s soft-boiled satisfaction to the departmental intrigue and the meting out of justice, Sergeant Turner–style.

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I did not join the ranks of law enforcement to support the government.  That was a byproduct, a happenstance, of my true intentions.  I think that is the way with most people who become cops…they either don’t think much of the far reaching implications of what they do, or they accept them as a necessary evil (too much?) to accomplish the true task of fighting the bad guys.

Problem is, if your skill set is one that lends itself to the buttkickery of others, then the only sanctioned way to pursue righteous ass whoopin’ is through government channels. Donning a spandex body suit and visiting havok upon the wicked, vigilante style,  is frowned upon in polite society…and, let’s face it: I look like a “before” photo…nobody wants to see me in spandex.

But, the longer you do the job, the more likely you will come accross the conundrum of social versus legal justice.  If you are a cop long enough, and are paying attention, there will come a day when you will be called upon to act in a way that is less “good guy” and more “good goon.” I understand that I’m editorializing, here…plenty of cops will read this, and say I’m full of crap.  Ok.  Fine. My response is this:  Keep waiting, brother.  It’s coming.

A blue line on a map usually represents a stream or other water feature. Blue lines and other symbols that stand for features of the Earth's surface are found on topographic maps.

Topographic maps use symbols and colors to represent what is found on the ground in a particular area in terms of elevation, vegetation, water bodies, roads and man-made structures. Blue is used to indicate water, green refers to trees and grass, topographic symbols are brown and black, and red represents buildings and other manmade objects .

Brown contour lines on a map show elevation of an area in feet above sea level. Bench marks indicate where the elevation was surveyed. Forests are shaded green on maps, while areas without forests are white. Roads and trails are represented by red or black lines, and their thickness indicates the quality of the road. Highways are shown as thick red lines, and double dashed lines stand for dirt roads. The thin single dashed lines are trails.

09.02.2018  · Free Online Library: The Broken Blue Line. by "Reason"; Humanities, general Philosophy and religion Political science Riots History

BROKEN BLUE LINE IRR 1 BROKEN BLUE LINE Foreword This is the second report of the Broken Blue Line project – the fi rst having been published by the

26.03.2010  · The Broken Blue Line has 32 ratings and 21 reviews. Allison said: I read Dial's first novel, INTERNAL AFFAIRS, back in 2009, and was blown away by the au...

Relegated to busting cops for soliciting sex, Sergeant Mike Turner ( Internal Affairs , 2009) finally gets a case with real promise—a renegade cop on dubious disability linked to illegal guns and armed robbery.

Fans of hard-boiled detective fiction may not be impressed, but there’s soft-boiled satisfaction to the departmental intrigue and the meting out of justice, Sergeant Turner–style.

Be the first to discover new talent! Each week, our editors select the one author and one book they believe to be most worthy of your attention and highlight them in our Pro Connect email alert. Sign up here to receive your FREE alerts.

I did not join the ranks of law enforcement to support the government.  That was a byproduct, a happenstance, of my true intentions.  I think that is the way with most people who become cops…they either don’t think much of the far reaching implications of what they do, or they accept them as a necessary evil (too much?) to accomplish the true task of fighting the bad guys.

Problem is, if your skill set is one that lends itself to the buttkickery of others, then the only sanctioned way to pursue righteous ass whoopin’ is through government channels. Donning a spandex body suit and visiting havok upon the wicked, vigilante style,  is frowned upon in polite society…and, let’s face it: I look like a “before” photo…nobody wants to see me in spandex.

But, the longer you do the job, the more likely you will come accross the conundrum of social versus legal justice.  If you are a cop long enough, and are paying attention, there will come a day when you will be called upon to act in a way that is less “good guy” and more “good goon.” I understand that I’m editorializing, here…plenty of cops will read this, and say I’m full of crap.  Ok.  Fine. My response is this:  Keep waiting, brother.  It’s coming.

The Global Corruption Barometer, released by Transparency International (TI) in July, revealed that South Africans viewed the police service as the most corrupt institution in the country. A staggering 83 percent of respondents had this perception of the police, and of the 74 percent of respondents who came into contact with a police official in the past year, 36 percent had paid a bribe.

While Lieutenant-General Solomon Makgale of the South African Police Service (SAPS) pointed out the flaws in the survey, its results echoed a similar study conducted in 2011 by the Human Sciences Research Council (HSRC); bribery and corruption were endemic in the SAPS. It has been reported that in the year June 2012 to June 2013, 525 police officers were dismissed for crimes that included corruption and fraud. The focus in this article is primarily on the SAPS and the prevalence of corruption in this national key entity.

According to the barometer, South Africans are not alone in thinking that our police service is the most corrupt institution in the country; we are among 35 other nationalities who share a similar belief about their law enforcement units. In Sub-Saharan Africa, 16 out of 20 countries highlighted the police service as highly corrupt and an average of 61 percent of people was asked to pay a bribe by a police official.

A blue line on a map usually represents a stream or other water feature. Blue lines and other symbols that stand for features of the Earth's surface are found on topographic maps.

Topographic maps use symbols and colors to represent what is found on the ground in a particular area in terms of elevation, vegetation, water bodies, roads and man-made structures. Blue is used to indicate water, green refers to trees and grass, topographic symbols are brown and black, and red represents buildings and other manmade objects .

Brown contour lines on a map show elevation of an area in feet above sea level. Bench marks indicate where the elevation was surveyed. Forests are shaded green on maps, while areas without forests are white. Roads and trails are represented by red or black lines, and their thickness indicates the quality of the road. Highways are shown as thick red lines, and double dashed lines stand for dirt roads. The thin single dashed lines are trails.

A blue line on a map usually represents a stream or other water feature. Blue lines and other symbols that stand for features of the Earth's surface are found on topographic maps.

Topographic maps use symbols and colors to represent what is found on the ground in a particular area in terms of elevation, vegetation, water bodies, roads and man-made structures. Blue is used to indicate water, green refers to trees and grass, topographic symbols are brown and black, and red represents buildings and other manmade objects .

Brown contour lines on a map show elevation of an area in feet above sea level. Bench marks indicate where the elevation was surveyed. Forests are shaded green on maps, while areas without forests are white. Roads and trails are represented by red or black lines, and their thickness indicates the quality of the road. Highways are shown as thick red lines, and double dashed lines stand for dirt roads. The thin single dashed lines are trails.

09.02.2018  · Free Online Library: The Broken Blue Line. by "Reason"; Humanities, general Philosophy and religion Political science Riots History

BROKEN BLUE LINE IRR 1 BROKEN BLUE LINE Foreword This is the second report of the Broken Blue Line project – the fi rst having been published by the

26.03.2010  · The Broken Blue Line has 32 ratings and 21 reviews. Allison said: I read Dial's first novel, INTERNAL AFFAIRS, back in 2009, and was blown away by the au...

Relegated to busting cops for soliciting sex, Sergeant Mike Turner ( Internal Affairs , 2009) finally gets a case with real promise—a renegade cop on dubious disability linked to illegal guns and armed robbery.

Fans of hard-boiled detective fiction may not be impressed, but there’s soft-boiled satisfaction to the departmental intrigue and the meting out of justice, Sergeant Turner–style.

Be the first to discover new talent! Each week, our editors select the one author and one book they believe to be most worthy of your attention and highlight them in our Pro Connect email alert. Sign up here to receive your FREE alerts.

A blue line on a map usually represents a stream or other water feature. Blue lines and other symbols that stand for features of the Earth's surface are found on topographic maps.

Topographic maps use symbols and colors to represent what is found on the ground in a particular area in terms of elevation, vegetation, water bodies, roads and man-made structures. Blue is used to indicate water, green refers to trees and grass, topographic symbols are brown and black, and red represents buildings and other manmade objects .

Brown contour lines on a map show elevation of an area in feet above sea level. Bench marks indicate where the elevation was surveyed. Forests are shaded green on maps, while areas without forests are white. Roads and trails are represented by red or black lines, and their thickness indicates the quality of the road. Highways are shown as thick red lines, and double dashed lines stand for dirt roads. The thin single dashed lines are trails.

09.02.2018  · Free Online Library: The Broken Blue Line. by "Reason"; Humanities, general Philosophy and religion Political science Riots History

BROKEN BLUE LINE IRR 1 BROKEN BLUE LINE Foreword This is the second report of the Broken Blue Line project – the fi rst having been published by the

26.03.2010  · The Broken Blue Line has 32 ratings and 21 reviews. Allison said: I read Dial's first novel, INTERNAL AFFAIRS, back in 2009, and was blown away by the au...



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