how does routine incident response help law enforcement reach their goals?

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The question is fairly vague, but I'm thinking parole in a half way house.

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It would be rather pointless trying to rob a bank these days: they are as broke as you and I.

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There were LOTS of them. Pakistani physicians wanted to get rid of Taliban mercenaries and terrorists far worse than we did but simply didn't have the weapons to do it.

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Recently I contacted Bonnetts Solicitors for legal advise and they helped me very well.

Answered: Why are American Muslims being told not to work in law enforcement?

As far as I know, No state has actually made it a matter of official policy. This is not however to say that individual law enforcement, and hireling agents don't themselves discriminate. And may simply "lose" an application of a person with a middle eastern sounding name.
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