Month in tech: Dubai serves and protects – quickly
"A roundup of the month's most compelling car-technology news...
Already well known for its Bugatti Veyron, Ferrari FF, Lamborghini Aventador and Nissan GT-R fleet cars,
the city's police force just added the BMW i8 to its collection..."
- What do police say when they make an arrest?
- In America :
the Miranda Warning
"You have the right to remain silent. Anything you say can and will be used against you in a court of law.
You have the right to an attorney present during questioning.
If you cannot afford an attorney, one will be appointed for you.
Do you understand these rights?"
Source : Criminal Justice Major
- In Australia :
"You are not obliged to say or do anything unless you wish to do so, but whatever you say or do may be used in evidence. Do you understand?"
- Brazilian police to use 'Robocop-style' glasses at World Cup
"Brazilian police will use futuristic 'Robocop-style' glasses fitted with facial recognition equipment to identify and root out troublemakers at the 2014 World Cup...
A small camera fitted to the glasses can capture 400 facial images per second and send them to a central computer database storing up to 13 million faces...
The camera will generally be used to scan faces in crowds up to 50 metres (164ft) away but can be adjusted, if searching for a specific target, to recognise faces as far as 12 miles away...
Robocop, the American film of 1987, told the story of a police officer who was killed by criminals but re-created as a cyborg with an array of weaponry and built-in zoom vision."
"Military Police officials from Sao Paulo and Rio de Janeiro
have been given demonstrations of how the device works."
"The European Police Office, commonly abbreviated Europol, is the law enforcement agency of the European Union (EU) that handles criminal intelligence and combating serious international organised crime by means of cooperation between the relevant authorities of the member states, including those tasked with customs, immigration services, border and financial police etc. Headquartered in The Hague, the agency has 912 staff, of which there are regular police officers and 185 liaison officers  as well as personnel seconded from national law enforcement organisations.The agency has no executive powers, and its officials are not entitled to conduct investigations in the member states or to arrest suspects. In providing support, Europol with its tools – information exchange, intelligence analysis, expertise and training – can contribute to the executive measures carried out by the relevant national authorities."
- Cops Train Vulture to Hunt for Bodies
"German police have trained “Sherlock”, a vulture, to hunt for dead bodies in remote locations...
Vultures like Sherlock have a keen sense of smell and are able to detect the scent of rotting flesh from 1,000 metres (3,000 feet) up in the air."
- Indonesian police shave rockers' hair to 'spiritually cleanse' them - 15 December 2011
"Police in Indonesia's most conservative province raided a punk-rock concert and detained 65 fans, shaving off their spiky mohawks and stripping away body piercings because of the perceived threat to Islamic values...
Dog-collar necklaces and chains were also taken from the youths before they were thrown in pools of water for "spiritual" cleansing..."
POLICE IN DUBAI:
Dubai Gets Its First Robot Cop - 7 June 2017
"A robot police officer is now on guard on the streets of Dubai. It cannot make arrests but it can report crimes and identify people sought by police."
"The world's first operational police robot hit the streets of Dubai on May 31, 2017."
POLICE IN IRAN:
- ‘Morality Police’ Formed in Iran - Text + Audio - 24 April 2016
"Iran’s police chief announced a new “morality police.” He said the 7,000 officers will make sure women follow conservative dress codes.
It is also supposed to stop dangerous driving and noise pollution. The announcement drew criticism on social media and from Iran's president."
policemen ordered to diet
"More than 400 policemen in a Mexican city have been ordered
to go on a diet. Senior officers in Aguascalientes say they are too
fat to do their jobs properly. Las Ultimas Noticias reports that about
15% of policemen in the city are considered to be obese. A police
spokesman said: "They have to keep up with the new policemen who are
all in good shape. "If they continue to be so fat they won't be even
able to chase a turtle!"
"Les autorités de la ville d'Aguascalientes, dans le centre
du Mexique, veulent faire maigrir leurs policiers souvent obèses:
une prime de 100 pesos (environ 7 euros) par kilogramme perdu leur
est promise à titre d'encouragement."
UNITED ARAB EMIRATES POLICE: