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Police Training College
IMPROVING CRIMINAL JUSTICE
State Police
Police Training
What should police or military in the state and outside the state know?
Arrest in the state and outside the state.
Audience of these training programs in the state and outside the state.
Case diaries and progress reports of criminal investigations inside and outside the state.
Complaint against police officers
Corrections department in the state and outside the state.
Criminal Offenses
Counterintelligence in the state and outside the state.
Curfew issues in the state or outside the state
Death investigation of a human.
Death Row Population Size and Characteristics
Duties of Investigations Within and Outside the State
Essential departments in the state and outside the state.
Emergency management departments in the state and around the world
Forcible closure of media involved in criminal activities.
Glossary of Police Terms
Glossary of legal terms
Homicide investigating units of state police.
Judicial remand in the state and outside the state.
Juvenile Justice
Medical examiner and relevance to investigations inside the state and outside the state.
Military Police
Missing person
Occupations relevant to this department in the state.
Organized & disorganized offenders
Occupations relevant to this department in the state.
Police criminal investigator (detective) in the state and outside the state.
Police custody records in the state and outside the state.
Police stations in the state and outside the state.
Police station diary in the state.
Police/military firearms training in the state and outside the state.
Police duties in the state; military duties in the state.
Public Safety Issues Inside and Outside the State
Protest of an individual or individuals and duties of police in the state.
Preventing corruption in the offices of the medical examiners in states around the world.
Recruitment issues in state police, inside and outside the state.
Ranks of police in the state and outside the state.
Safety from harms within and outside the state.
Sanctions Law Inside and Outside the State
Sanctions during an Emergency
Seniority issues in the state and outside the state.
Screening, surveillance for guns in communities in the state and outside the state.
Search and rescue
    What situation requires search and rescue procedures from emergency services in the state?
    Here are further guidelines.
    Here are further guidelines.
States and continents around the world
State Police Public Relations Offices
State police around the world
Staff of State Police
Track record of good character, good behavior.

Audience of these training programs in the state and outside the state.
Who are the audience for these training programs in the state and outside the state?
Existing officers for specific state police departments in the state and outside the state.
Existing officers of other departments in the state and outside the state.
New officers in the state and outside the state.
General public.
Others who find these resources, guidelines useful.
Mentioned specific job titles of officers in the state and outside the state.

Seniority issues in the state and outside the state.
How should seniority be listed in the state and outside the state?
Junior level officer.
Senior level officer.
Executive level officer.
Head of the department in the state or outside the state.
Guide for various executive level and junior is usually head of the state or guide to head of the state.

If you are able to guide others, at least through Internet, in question and answer format in the English language you will be a guide or executive level officer.

Death investigation of a human.
What should those who conduct the death scene investigation be careful of?
Do not lie.
Do not misinterpret the facts.
Do not lie and make murder a natural death.
Many investigators are investigating from a distance. These include a forensic psychiatrist, forensic pathologist, police investigators from a distance, and other investigators.
More than 50 years later, an investigator can charge a suspect even if the investigator was not present at the murder scene.
You must know there are other investigators investigating from a distance.
Suspicious premature death is murder unless proven otherwise.

How should investigators seek facts from the public?
Various communication methods are utilized.
Any individual or individuals who have any facts about this murder are required to report them as soon as possible. You can forward facts directly or indirectly.

Why is the announcement of a human death publicly and to the community within 24 hours of the death essential?
Intentionally hiding a human death beyond 24 hours is a criminal offense.

Are further investigations required in this human death?
Further investigations are required.
This was a sudden, premature, and unexpected death.
Circumstance of death was a criminal wrongdoing felony by others

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What is known about this case?

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What questions need to be answered relevant to this case?

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What was the person's age at the time of death?

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Who was the person that died? (identification)

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What was the profile of the person that died?

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When did the person die? (date and time)

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Where did the person die?

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Did any other person die at the same location on the same date and time? If yes, what is that person's profile?

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Did any other person get harmed at the same location on the same date and time?

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What was the manner of this death?
Homicide
Natural
Old age (more than 90 years)
Pending investigations
All apparent suicides and accidents proven to be intentional harm by others.

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Circumstances of death

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Air crash/Incident death
Asphyxiation intentional
Bombing
Burns intentional
Criminal conspiracies death (many individuals, many locations involved)
Death involving intentional deprivation of rights in community or hospital
Death due to assault
Death at home due to sabotage, criminal conspiracies
Drowning intentional
Electrocution intentional
Gunshot wound death
Gunshot wound death by police or military as a standard operating procedure violation.
On the spot death due to professional negligence or intentional
Justified judicial death penalty
Judicial death penalty death
Hospital death involving professional negligence
Hospital death/murder in a hospital
Parachute failure
Police custody or police contact death intentional
Prison death intentional
Poisoning death intentional
Pushed or thrown from a high altitude
Road traffic crash
Unjustified judicial death penalty
Unnatural cause of death/under investigation
Stab wound death
Strangulation

What should be elaborated on in circumstances of death?

Where, when, how, who, why, what, which, whose, whom, how much/many, how long, how often, how far, and what kinds of circumstances must be elaborated.

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Parachute failure

Questions that need to be answered in this situation.

Who was the manufacturer of this equipment?
How was the safety of this equipment verified?


Gunshot wound death by police or military as a standard operating procedure violation.

Questions that need to be answered in this situation.

Who was the manufacturer of the gun?
How did the gun manufacturer and state government location of manufacturer verify that the police and/or military are public service oriented?
Who had the responsibility to supervise and ensure the safety of those involved in the harm?



What was the immediate cause of death?
The immediate cause of death can be a medical emergency diagnosis.
Select from the list of possible immediate causes of death.
http://www.qureshiuniversity.com/emergencymedicinediagnosistreatment.html

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What was the underlying cause of death?
The underlying cause of death can be a non-emergency medical diagnosis.
Select from the list of possibilities.
http://www.qureshiuniversity.com/icd1.html

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What was the mechanism of this death?
Alterations in physiology and biochemistry
Cardiac arrhythmia
Congestive cardiac failure
Septicemia
Disseminated intramuscular coagulation
Hepatic failure
Anoxic encephalopathy

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Mechanism of death and immediate cause of death can be used interchangeably.

What was the approximate interval between the immediate cause of death and the underlying cause of death?
Minutes, hours, days, weeks, months, years (10, 15 years or more).

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Was an autopsy performed?

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Were autopsy findings available to complete cause, mechanism, and circumstances of death?
An assault mark or cut wound on a dead body proves assault circumstances of death.

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What other significant conditions contributed to, but did not result in, the underlying cause?

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Old age death (older than 90).

What do I remember about this individual?

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How did this individual enhance public services?

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Questions that need to be answered if the deceased is female:
What best describes the female at the time of death?
Child bearing age/not child bearing age.
Not pregnant within past year.
Pregnant at the time of death.
Not pregnant, but pregnant within 42 days of death.
Not pregnant, but pregnant 43 days to 1 year before death.
Unknown if pregnant within the past year.

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Did any tobacco use contribute to the death?

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Identify Unidentified Dead Individual.

Homicide

Here are further guidelines.
http://www.qureshiuniversity.org/homicide.html

Murder Investigation

Here are further guidelines.
http://www.qureshiuniversity.org/murder.html

Screening, surveillance for guns in communities in the state and outside the state.
Why are screening and surveillance for guns in communities by police and military essential?
If any harmful incident occurs, police, military in the state and outside the state have duties to prevent such incidents by keeping all guns away from communities.

Who has a gun in the community?
Can the individual ever harm others with a gun?
What needs to be done to take away guns away from potentially harmful individuals?

Counterintelligence in the state and outside the state.
Is counterintelligence in the state and outside the state essential?
Yes.

Why is counterintelligence in the state and outside the state essential?
Harms can be detected, with solutions and remedies; harms can be prevented in the state and outside the state with counterintelligence in the state and outside the state. Truth, good behavior, public services, human rights must prevail.

Homicide investigating units of state police.
What should happen if sudden, premature, unexpected death occurs?
Homicide investigating units of state police goes ahead.

Who are included in homicide investigating units of state police?
State police patrolling officers.
State police detectives.
Forensic pathologists.
Forensic psychiatrists.
Military police.
Prosecutors office, state attorneys’office.
Judge in a state
State department of corrections office that includes jail/prison warden.
Others.

Where are the guidelines for homicide investigation units of state police?
Here are further guidelines.
http://www.qureshiuniversity.com/murder.html

Duties of Investigations Within and Outside the State
Who is responsible for investigations within and outside the state?
State department of police.
State department of investigations.
State department of law, also known as the justice department of state with the local state attorney's office.
State department of health, including the medical examiners office, which answers questions publicly.
Examples of essential departments in the state are listed here www.qureshiuniversity.com/departments.html
Physician forensic psychiatry.
Global Bureau of Investigations is a network of various investigators within and outside the state.

If a police resource within or outside the state does not seem to understand issues, what needs to be accomplished?
File a complaint relevant to the police resource.

What location does not seem to understand complaints with irreparable harms?
Police Sean Loughran, Commander 5400 North Lincoln Avenue Chicago, IL 60625

http://www.nazianazirqazi.org/

http://www.qureshiuniversity.org/2016-july-8-illinois-state-police.txt

Christopher Kennedy
Police Department
1718 South State Street
Chicago, IL 60616
http://www.qureshiuniversity.com/alerts.html

The state police officers, international police, and international military at the mentioned location must be replaced. At least 100 new officers are required in the area of zip code 60640.

Doctor Asif Qureshi, founder of Qureshi University, the Global Democratic Party, and United Continents of the World and United States of the World, recommends terminating the services of FBI Director James Comey, effective July 7, 2016, due to intentional disregard for vivid criminal activities of Hillary Clinton, John Kerry, and others.

All states must be reminded about the need to establish the Global Bureau of Investigations, a network of various investigators within and outside the state. Doctor Asif Qreushi will guide others, ranging from state police officers to state investigators, forensic pathologists, forensic psychiatrists, and other departments in every state.

What resources stand discarded due to the origin of criminal activities resulting in various harms?
FBI stands discarded July 7, 2016.
Fraudulent criminal enterprise of 950 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW Washington, DC 20530-0001 stands discarded July 7, 2016.
Address: 1 First St NE, Washington, DC 20543 stands discarded July 7, 2016.
Do not allow any transaction from the White House, U.S. House of Representatives, U.S. Congress, U.S. Department of Justice, or any federal department because of facts that have swindled public resources. All of them must be reminded they stand discarded.
Criminal Barrack Obama has swindled public resources.
Death penalty to Criminal Class 1 felon Barrack Obama.
Consult state governors and office of governors from North American states.
United States Senate, United States House of Representatives, White House or criminals from the U.S. Supreme Court, or similar entity claiming to be federal entities cannot take job appointments or confirmation because of various criminal activities.
Approval must be sought from North American governors.
Do not try to contact anyone if you stand discarded due to the origin of criminal activities resulting in various harms.

What must prevail within and outside the state?
The state’s system must prevail.
The state’s supreme court must prevail.

What is on the list of state supreme courts around the world?
Take a look at this.
http://www.qureshiuniversity.com/statesupremecourt.html

Where are the guidelines for various state governments?
Here are further guidelines.
http://www.qureshiuniversity.org/departments.html

Police custody records in the state and outside the state.
How many total arrests were there in the state in past 24 hours?
This should be available through Internet.
Arrests should be updated through Internet as soon as they happen.

Mentioned specific job titles of officers in the state and outside the state.
For whom are these training programs meant in the state or outside the state around the world?
Airport police superintendent in the state.
Director general of police in the state.
Freight and Cargo Inspector (State Police)
Police first responder in the state.
Community Police Officer in the state.
Police District Commander in the state.
Police Safety Education Officer in the state.
Police Internet Database (mysql, php, javascript) programmer in the state.
Police, fire, and ambulance dispatcher.
Police station house officer in the state (Police station commander)
Police criminal investigator (detective) in the state and outside the state.
Police patrol officer
State highway patrol
Others
What does a state police vehicle look like?
How does the state police organization assign duty to its officers?

Police first responder in the state.
What are the duties of the police first responder at a crime scene?
What has happened?
Depending on the answer to this question, there are further questions.

Here are further guidelines.
Code of Criminal Procedure in the state and outside the state.

What is not a criminal offense in the state or outside the state?
Protest in a civilized manner without harming others is justified and not a criminal offense.
Singing patriotic songs without disturbing others is justified and not a criminal offense.
Hoisting a flag that you like is not a criminal offense.

Why was there a need to elaborate on these issues?
On March 23, 2015, while singing patriotic songs and hoisting flag, Dukhtaran-e-Millat chairperson, Aasiya Andrabi, was arrested at Nowhatta Police Station, Srinagar, Kashmir, Asia.
On March 19, 2015, matters occurred related to the arrest of protesters who did no harms at Kothi Bagh Police Station, Srinagar, Kashmir, Asia.
These were not unlawful activities.

What is the profile of all police officers associated with Nawhatta police station, Srinagar, Kashmir?
What do you know about freedom of speech with real-world justified examples?

How many state police departments are there in the world?
There are more than 323 state police departments in the world.

How can complaints against various police officers be prevented?
Identify with state police.
Seek guidelines from state police.
Take continuing education.
Replace bad charactered, badly behaved, incompetent police officers who have gotten into police service through malicious means.

What are examples of state police?
Illinois state police.
Kashmir state police.
California state police.
Texas state police.
Arizona state police.
Yukon state police.
Karnataka state police.
Medina state police.

Locations must replace state police that are not good charactered, well behaved, competent officers.
Every state police officer must have correct answers and practice answers to questions displayed here.

What should be the first display for any police resource on the Internet?
Last Updated: January 13, 2015

All hypertext links, attachments, and pages must be relevant to the last update.

A police resource with directives for police and public was updated in 2007 and was displayed on November 12, 2012. Is it justified?
No, it is not.

Has crime been committed?

Who has committed the crime?

Crimes in progress

As soon as the police receive a call that a crime is in progress, they send officers to the scene of the crime as soon as possible. The officers may be able to catch the criminal right on the scene. The officers will then make an arrest take the criminal(s) to the police station or the county jail for booking.

Arrest tactics
Criminal law
Defensive driving
Firearms
First aid
Interrogatories
Patrol techniques
Report writing
Self-Defense
Physical fitness


Has crime been committed?

Who has committed the crime?

Crimes in progress

As soon as the police receive a call that a crime is in progress, they send officers to the scene of the crime as soon as possible. The officers may be able to catch the criminal right on the scene. The officers will then make an arrest take the criminal(s) to the police station or the county jail for booking.

Unsolved crimes

When does the case go to police investigator or detective?
If a crime was not observed in progress and was particularly serious or complicated, the police may assign the case to a detective. He/she will then manage a team of investigators to develop a list of suspects and find the actual criminal defendant.

Here are further guidelines.

Here are further guidelines.

What are examples of criminal conspiracies?
Here are further guidelines.


Staff of State Police
What are various staff positions of state police?
Chief
Chief of staff
Communications operator
Data Specialist
Deputy chief
Detective
Director general of police in the state.
Lieutenant
Police captain
Police corporal
Police Patrol Officer
Police Sergeant
Police, Fire, and Ambulance Dispatcher
Prosecuting officer state police.
Public safety communication specialist
Public safety radio dispatcher trainee
Recruiter in the state.


What should you do if these job titles do not exist in your state?
The equivalent of these job titles will be there in the state.
For example, police sergeant is equivalent to deputy superintendent in specific areas.
Police inspector is equivalent to patrol officer in some states.

What are other staff of state police?
State highway patrol– be road or aerial.
Military police officer in the state.


Director general of police in the state.
How do you verify there is a competent director general of police in the state?
An individual with the fraudulent title of director general of police was fraudulently installed to ensure election frauds in the state.
Is it justified?

What are election frauds?
What are the types of election fraud?
How do you detect election fraud?
Why do election frauds occur?
What are the punishments for election fraud?
Are elections always necessary?
What are the alternatives to election in case repeated election frauds occur?
How many states in the world do not have state or non-state level elections, but criminal law, civil law, international law, and administrative laws prevail?
What states are notorious (known) for election frauds?
What are the examples of historical election frauds around the world?


We stop it here. Once you get answers to these questions, we proceed again.

What questions should the director of the state department of police be able to answer?

How many patrol officers are currently in the state?
What is the area of service of every person?
How many more patrol officers are required in the state?
How many detectives are currently in the state?
How many more detectives are required in the state?
Where exactly are they required in the state?
What existing police equipment is there in the state?
What additional police equipment is required in the state?
What should you elaborate about police equipment?
Number of police vehicles in the state.
Number of police weapons in the state.
Number of police computers in the state.

What is their location in the state?
How many more are required?

What are the details of the number of police locations in the state?
How many police officers are outside the state?
What are the detailed profiles of all police officers in the state?
What are the detailed profiles of all police officers outside the state?
How many more are required in the state?
How many more police uniforms are required in the state?
How many more are required outside the state?
How many police officers are with emergency 911 services in the state?
How many police officers are with nonemergency 311 services in the state?
How many more are required?
What is the location where they are required?


What if your job title in state police is not listed in various states around the world?
You have to find the equivalent in the state among listed job titles.

What should police circulate relevant to people’s rights to the freedom of speech, expression, and association in the state and outside the state?
Ignorance of the law in the state and outside the state is no excuse.
You cannot violate the rights of others.
You cannot violate fidelity or the conjugal rights of others.
You cannot trick others under false pretexts or harm others.
If you do so, you will be charged with relevant criminal offenses and go to jail, depending on whether you are charged with a felony or misdemeanor.
You cannot get involved in any criminal offenses.
If the criminal offenses you get involved in include a class 1 felony, you could face the death penalty.
Alerts
Barricade tape
Complaint

How should police get a complaint?
Internet, e-mail, telephone, letter, media, fax, word of mouth, or through other sources. It is not always possible to walk into police station and file a complaint. In various regions of the world, police do not get complaints from someone walking into the police station, nor do police encourage someone walking into the police station to file a complaint.

There always should be three to four police officers at various locations to monitor prevention of any exclusion, mishandling, obstruction of justice, or obstruction of fairly investigating harms or complaints.
Telephone Reporting
Online Police Reporting
E-mail
Letter
Media
Fax
Word of mouth
Through other sources
Complaint against police officer
    Does being a police officer mean that he or she is competent, of good character, and well behaved?
    No.

    What questions should be asked in a complaint against a police officer?
    Here are further guidelines.
Continuing education for police officers
Criminal Offences
Criminal Investigations
Criminal Investigation Department(CID)
Crime Scene
Coroner
    What skills and knowledge should a coroner have?
    Here are further guidelines.
Community Policing
    How did you verify that police officers participating in community policing are of good character, well behaved, and competent?
    What is Neighborhood Watch?
    What is Community Policing?
    Take a look at this.
    What does a complaint to community policing look like?
Community Outreach Programs
Court Services
Code of Criminal Procedure in the state and outside the state.
Critical Incidents
Controversial Issues
Custodial Services
Curfew
Community Organizations
Director general of police in the state.
Disturbance
    What is not disturbance?
    What is disturbance?
    What are examples of disturbance?

    Here are further guidelines.
Data Thefts
Department of Corrections
Disorderly Conduct
Drugs/Narcotics
Domestic Violence
    How should you investigate a case of reported domestic violence?
    Here are further guidelines.
Emergencies that need police services
Essential Services Maintenance Act violations.
Essential Commodities Act violations.
Election Frauds
    What should police know about elections?
    What expertise should police officer have about election fraud?
    What should police do if they find that people genuinely have been excluded from contesting elections?
    What should police do if they detect impending election fraud, or previous election fraud?
    What should police do if they find fraud in the election system?
    How should a police officer compile an election fraud report?
    Where should a police officer file his/her election fraud report?
    How many officers should be involved in this type of election fraud, criminal investigations?

    Here are further guidelines.
Education/Training College & Certificate Programs
Education/Training Continuing Education
Education/Training Drug Awareness
Education/Training Films / Slides / Videos / CD-ROM
Education/Training Law Enforcement Management
Education/Training Management
Education/Training Narcotics Identification
Education/Training Simulation Training
Equipment (Police Equipment)
Firearms
Fire Safety
Forensic Sciences Command
Forensic Medical Management Services.
Forensic Science Laboratory.
Good human character
Good human behavior

Q: What is good human character?
Q: What is good human behavior?
Hijacking
    Kandahar hijack
      Who is involved?
      Hillary Clinton
      Bill Clinton
      George Bush
      Ghulam Nabi Fai
      Farooq Kathwari
      CIA et al.
      What punishments do they deserve?
    What is RAW?
    Best in frauds and sabotage.
    Election frauds, contract frauds, Crimes, etc.
    What punishments do they deserve?
Harmful females
    How should police profile harmful females?
    What is the usual profile of a harmful female?
    How should police manage harmful females?
    Do you know any such female?
Homicide
Highway Police
Hostage
Human Rights violations.
Interview/Interrogation
Investigations

Omar Abdullah gets involved in criminal offenses, murders, rapes, frauds, other criminal offenses: Is the right to information applicable to these cases?
No, it is not. Criminal law is applicable to these cases.


No person can escape criminal offenses even if connected to any person within the state or outside the state.

Police usually investigate various incidents, offenses. In certain situations, police have to investigate offenses and harms committed by police officers or their operators.
In certain situations, an independent agency or department or person can do this work.

No investigation can be deferred under the pretext of non-adoption of proper procedure.
No investigation can be deferred.

Make sure you know the difference between investigations and standard operating procedure applicable to various police movements.

Update your skills and knowledge regularly.
Do not get influenced by the housing mafia.
Do not get influenced by a monopoly.
Do not get influenced by a favorable posting for dishonesty.
Do not follow directive of any person in the state or outside the state who does not know and practice good character, good behavior, insight of rights, state planning and development, state economy, and state budget.
Make sure you have correct answers to relevant questions and adhere to these answers.
Identify Unidentified Dead Individual.
Investigators
Involuntary admission to a psychiatric facility
Individualized security
International Agency
Judiciary Committee
    Who should ideally be on the judiciary committee?
    Here are further guidelines.
Loitering
Legal issues prevention
Law
Lecture for police
Languages
Leadership/Supervision
Legal/Liability
    Q: How should police proceed when the apparent head of state or apparent former head of state is involved in rape, instructs the use of rape as a tool of oppression, and is involved in murder?
    Q: How should police disarm and dissociate from the public an apparent head of state, former head of state and his associates who are involved in vivid rape, murder, frauds, individualized and public harms?
    Q: How do you ensure that a serviceman/employee is safe to serve before deployment/employment?
    Q: How do you ensure they aren't being manipulated by others internally/overseas to create social disharmony?
    Q: When a serviceman becomes a threat to public safety, what do you do?
    Q: What's the difference between a serviceman/employee and those who have been incarcerated under public safety rules and other pretexts?
    Q: What do servicemen become once they perform harmful acts?
    Q: Who should be held responsible, the serviceman/employee or the head of the organization who failed to give him proper training and safe equipment to enhance safety and security without inflicting harm?
    Q: Did you use water cannons?
    Q: Did you do (Batton Charge) Lathi charges?
    Q: Did you procure harmless rubber bullet guns that can overpower without killing?
    Q: Who are the manufacturers of your procurements?
    Q: Should there be internal disobedience?
    Q: How is product safety ensured before procurement?
    Q: What's your annual budget?
    Q: Who was responsible for procurement then?
    Q: Who is responsible for procurement now?
    Q: Who is the manufacturer?
    Q: Where are they located?
Local Agency
Missing Person
Medal of Honor

Who should get a medal of honor in the state?

What did he or she do?
How did he or she do it?
How did his or her activities enhance essential ingredients of the economy or protect the rights of civilized human beings?
Does he or she always speak the truth?
Can he or she answer questions relevant to good character, good behavior, rights, state planning and development, state economy, and state budget?
Does he or she have extraordinary skills and knowledge?
What are the extraordinary skills and knowledge this person has?

In some regions, workers, police officers, and military officers get a medal of honor for reinforcing a fraudulently placed, incompetent, and harmful administration.

That does not deserve a medal of honor.

It is equal to criminal wrongdoing.
Monopoly

What is a monopoly?
Are American, Asian, and European monopolists connected?
What is being done to stop a monopoly?
What is good human character?
What is good human behavior?
What are the rights of a civilized human being?
Who is a civilized human being?
How is a monopoly harming community and social work?
How do police make sure they aren't been misused by monopolists or agents of monopolists?


Q: When should police recommend change of administration?
A: Harms are genuine, People continue to protest, Inability of administration to manage the situation.

Q: When can an officer be terminated and imprisoned?
A: Lying, inaction, deliberate misinterpretation of facts, failure to follow standard procedure, misuse of official position, grouping with monopoly to harm others, multiple complaints against him or her, dishonesty, failure to consider a genuine complaint, bad character, bad behavior, incompetence, involvement in criminal activity.

Q: What should the heads of the departments, administrators, secretaries, directors, and others do if the head of the state and his associates are involved in crimes?
A: They must dissociate from him and his associates. They must not obey his instructions. They must answer all questions truthfully to the best of their knowledge and ability.
New Police Recruits
Office Of Professional Review
    How did you verify that police officers associated with you have good character, and are well behaved and competent?
    Is any police officer of bad character, badly behaved, or incompetent?
    How should investigations against a badly-charactered, badly behaved, and incompetent police officer go ahead?
    Here are further guidelines.
Protected people
Police Training Manual.
Police Bureau of Identification
911 Dispatcher Training
or
Police control room Dispatcher Training
Police communications during an emergency
Police Telecommunication.
Police 10/11 and Penal Codes (Communications)
Psychiatry and duties of police
Protest
    What is a protest?
    How do you protest?
    What do you do when civilized protests are ignored?
    What do you do when civilized protest do not get results of your genuine concerns?
    How should police guide genuine protests or procession?
    How should people follow up their claims and complaints?
    Who should educate the public on how to protest?
    Has anyone protested?
    Who should maintain records of protest in the state?
    What did you do to find out if their rights were violated?
Photograph Analysis
Publications / Video / Books / Manuals / Periodicals
Publications / Video Drug Awareness Periodicals
Publications / Video Educational Materials
Publications / Video / Magazines / Newsletters
Rap sheet
Racism
Rape

What kind of men rape?
What are the connections between rape and racism?
Is it rape if a women doesn't call it rape?
Railways
Riots
Etc
    I came across an advertisement for a block party. At the bottom, it was mentioned that a police representative was going to be there as well. This is applicable to the Chicago police.
    Before police send their representative, make sure the following questions are answered by them.
    Who is the sponsor?
    There is a possibility a sponsor wants to signal to claimants or those who are oppressed that the police is backing their unfair and harmful activities. This is going to give a bad reputation to police services and have future related implications.
    Make sure the following questions are answered before you send your representative.
    Are you involved in any unfair practices?
    Are there any claims against you?
    Are you involved in any one of these claims?
    Is the claim any one of these?
    Corruption in the Politics of Regulations, Racism, Deprivation of rights under the color or Ruse of law, Political Abuse, Discrimination, Disruption, Exclusion.

    The Chicago police should/must distance themselves from such business, parties, activities and organizations, even if those organizations are affilated, regulated, or sponsored by Mayor Richard Daley or other known or unknown entities.
Rules of the Road/Traffic Safety
State Department of Correctional Services.
Staff of State Police.
Sedition
    What are prerequisites of lawful authority?
    What is sedition?
    What is not sedition?
    Here are further guidelines.
Sheriff/jail warden
    What are other names for sheriff in various regions?
    What should recommendations and directives look like in case a local sheriff/jail warden is involved in harms?
    Here are further guidelines.
Standard operating procedure
State
State Police
State planning and development

Why is it necessary for police to know state planning and development?
Special Investigations
Traffic/Vehicular
    For Example:
    I dispute these claims on the grounds that the city of Chicago had a deficiency of services. The notice was sent to an incorrect address, during which time the amount doubled. I did not receive the notice until they took unilateral action.

    My responsibility was to update my address with the Secretary of State.

    From my side, good faith attempts were made, while giving a valid defense. However, the attorney/firm hired by the city wasn't competent enough to resolve the issue and lacked the skills and knowledge necessary to resolve this dispute.

    I have counter-claims against them.
    There is a lack of skills and knowledge and a deficiency of services on their part, which is putting others into tremendous harm and causing great hardship, which has resulted in individualized harm for me. They are deliberately misusing the court system to harass and harm others.
    Why do I need to teach them this?
    Why didn't they get these skills and knowledge before getting hired?
Training Institutions.
Traffic Citations
Terrorism
    From America, a number of people are harmed everyday abroad.
    What is being done to protect people from the hazards of Terrorism?
    What is being done to protect people from the hazards of Raw?
    What is being done to protect people from the hazards of Racism?
    How have western whites benefitted from terrorism?
    How do western whites maliciously engineer conflicts?
    What has been done to protect people form the hazards of white racists profiting from trouble?
    Who are some white racist criminals?
    George W Bush (so called president)
    Mayor Richard Daley.
    etc
    How do western white racists exploit non-whites?
    What is been done to counter these tactics?
    Who has the answer?
    Who is willing to answer?
    Who has the duty and responsibility to answer?
    What punishments do they deserve?
    Take a look at this
    Nuclear Terrorism
    Biological Terrorism
    Chemical devices Terrorism
    Physical Terrorism
    Psychological Terrorism
Terrorism
Training
VIP (very important person)

How should police, security officers, or military, profile a person as a VIP (very important person)?

Does he or she always speak the truth?

Can he or she answer questions relevant to good character, good behavior, rights, state planning and development, state economy, and state budget?


There are at least 100 questions that need to be answered before classifying him or her as a VIP (very important person).

Experience has shown that criminals connect to other criminals and then get falsely or frivolously put in the category of VIP (very important person).

Security should slowly be withdrawn from them.

There should be imprisonment for those involved in criminal offenses, and the death penalty to those who cannot be pardoned.

What should various pilots, police, intelligence, commandos, and security departments in the state and outside the state profile?
They should profile the character, behavior, competence, skills, and knowledge of all individuals who have asked for or are having security ranging from one person to VIP security. Make that public.

All workers must have good character, good behavior, and be competent.

Do not provide one person or VIP security to individuals having bad character, bad behavior, or are incompetent and involved in various harms.
Hand him/her over to local correctional officers and go ahead with due process of law in the state and outside the state. Those involved in various irreparable harms should face punishments.
Here are further guidelines.
Large Crime Scene Investigations, Challenges, and Resources Course Overview:

This advanced course is designed to assist anyone that needs to manage criminal investigations. In order for any criminal investigation to be successful, the case must be organized and presented as a successful prosecution. Investigative supervisors often have a myriad of cases to review, categorize, assign, and monitor at any given time. Investigators must know how to put their cases together, which cases to follow up, which leads to follow, and how to present their cases. They too, need to know which direction to take. Missed leads, duplicated services and mismanaged information can all tend to weaken the credibility of a case. Managing Criminal Investigations will provide direction in all of these areas.

The documentation and recovery of physical evidence associated with a large geographical crime scene can be a daunting task. Man - Made, and Natural Disasters can pose various unique situations not commonly encountered during criminal investigations.

The purpose of this course is to familiarize first responding officers and investigators on the process of securing, documenting and processing a large geographical crime scene.

There will be discussions to include implementing an effective incident command system, obtaining necessary resources and overcoming many unexpected obstacles associated with investigating a large geographical event.

Other topics to be addressed include the different levels of scene containment, searching methodologies, and several case studies involving urban, rural and aquatic crime scene investigations.

As a result of this course, each attendee should be aware of the extent of his or her agency's resources that can be utilized to respond to and manage a large geographical crime scene. The attendee will also recognize the limitations of these resources, and how to draw on other jurisdictions and agencies readily available to assist them.
Wanted

What are the names, photographs, with brief profile of various criminals?

White Collar Crimes
    Should police investigate white collar crimes?
    Yes, police should investigate white collar crimes.

    What are the advantages of police investigating white collar crimes?
    Most of the murders, rapes, robberies, and assaults have origins in white collar crimes.
    Here are further guidelines.

    What should police do to understand white collar crimes clearly?
    Economy and budget concepts must be clear.
    http://www.qureshiuniversity.com/economyandbudget.html

    What are White Collar Crimes?
    Here are further guidelines.
Sexual exploitation of women
    How should police investigate sexual exploitation of women?
    Do you know the difference between women’s empowerment and women’s sexual exploitation?
    Women’s empowerment and women’s sexual exploitation: What is the difference?
    What are examples of sexual exploitation of women?
    Here are further guidelines.
Transfer and posting in state police.
    How does transfer and posting in state police occur?
    Here are further guidelines.
Transfer and posting in state sheriffs’ department.
    How does transfer and posting in state sheriffs’ department occur?
    Here are further guidelines.


Police Patrol Officer
State police patrolling officers.
Police patrol officers
What should a police patrol officer in the state know?
Annotation or definition of a police patrol officer.
Arrest tactics
Conflict Resolution
Criminal law
Detect and Enforce Code and Safety Violations
English language proficiency.
Defensive driving
Police first responder in the state.
    Emergency
    Here are further guidelines.

    Non-emergency
    Here are further guidelines.
Firearms
First aid
Interrogatories
Method of Patrol
Patrol techniques
Rapid Responses to Emergencies
Report writing
Self-defense
Surveillance
Good behavior.
Physical fitness
Police patrol methods or techniques.
Police Ranks
Truthfulness.

A police patrol officer is normally assigned a specific area of service in the state.
A police patrol officer should identify with state police.

How should you upload weekly report of your area of service in the state?

What is the name of state and exact area of your service in the state?
How many patrolling officers are assigned to your area of service in the state?
Is your area of service safe in the state?
What more needs to be done to make your area of service safe in the state?
What are the profiles of harmful individuals in the community in the state?
Are there any monopolists in the community of your area of service in the state?
Is there any company that has not gotten permission from relevant department in the state?
For example a management company in Illinois that has not gotten permission from the Illinois housing and development department and other relevant departments in Illinois.
Does every resident in your area of service have enough survival resources in the state?
What is the profile of a resident who needs more resources in your area of service in the state?
What more resources does the resident need in your area of service in the state?
What specific issues would you like to place on record in your area of service in the state?


What are the duties of this job?
Basic Job Description:
Patrol assigned area to enforce laws and ordinances, regulate traffic, control crowds, prevent crime, and arrest violators.

Job Duties and Tasks for: "Police Patrol Officer"

  1. Act as official escorts, such as when leading funeral processions or firefighters.

  2. Direct traffic flow and reroute traffic in case of emergencies.

  3. Evaluate complaint and emergency-request information to determine response requirements.

  4. Identify, pursue, and arrest suspects and perpetrators of criminal acts.

  5. Inform residents of community services and recommend options to facilitate longer-term problem resolution.

  6. Inspect public establishments to ensure compliance with rules and regulations.

  7. Investigate traffic accidents and other accidents to determine causes and to determine if a crime has been committed.

  8. Issue citations or warnings to violators of motor vehicle ordinances.

  9. Monitor traffic to ensure motorists observe traffic regulations and exhibit safe driving procedures.

  10. Monitor, note, report, and investigate suspicious persons and situations, safety hazards, and unusual or illegal activity in patrol area.

  11. Patrol specific area on foot, horseback, or motorized conveyance, responding promptly to calls for assistance.

  12. Photograph or draw diagrams of crime or accident scenes and interview principals and eyewitnesses.

  13. Process prisoners, and prepare and maintain records of prisoner bookings and prisoner status during booking and pre-trial process.

  14. Provide for public safety by maintaining order, responding to emergencies, protecting people and property, enforcing motor vehicle and criminal laws, and promoting good community relations.

  15. Provide road information to assist motorists.

  16. Record facts to prepare reports that document incidents and activities.

  17. Relay complaint and emergency-request information to appropriate agency dispatchers.

  18. Render aid to accident victims and other persons requiring first aid for physical injuries.

  19. Review facts of incidents to determine if criminal act or statute violations were involved.

  20. Testify in court to present evidence or act as witness in traffic and criminal cases.
Detect and Enforce Code and Safety Violations
Code Enforcement Services

Compliance Inspections
Programs / Outreach
Responses to Complaints

When to Call Code Enforcement

Abandoned Vehicles
Code Violations
Public Vandalism
Yard Maintenance

Common Code Violations

Unpermitted Construction
Property Maintenance

Emergency
Here are further guidelines.

Non-emergency
Here are further guidelines.

Method of Patrol

Police Car on Patrol
Foot Patrol
Motorcycle Patrol
Motorized Patrol
Bike Patrol
Horse Patrol
Aircraft Patrol
Watercraft Patrol

Techniques of Patrol

Routine Patrol
Directed Patrol
D-Runs
Saturation Patrol
Split Force
Suspect-Oriented Patrol

What are your duties if an individual flags (raises hand for police service), signals, complains to police officer (police, fire, and ambulance dispatcher, first responder, patrol officer, police dispatcher, or any other rank) that he/she has no survival needs?
This is a medicolegal critical emergency.
Take the individual to a medical emergency room.
Give the individual basic survival needs, including water, food, and Emergency room bed.
Empathize with the individual due to genuine harms.
Do not discharge the patient from the emergency room.
Get relief from state or international resources.
Arrange proper housing for the individual.
Do not recommend any shelter; sending one to a shelter can lead to further harms.
There is a difference between proper housing and a shelter.
Discharge the individual from the emergency room after verification of food and proper housing without any harms at the housing destination for safety.
Once the individual reaches the housing location, verify if the individual is safe.
Update the state department of public health about individuals being victim of human rights violations at specific locations to enable solutions and remedies.
Individual or individuals who have experience in upholding human rights should get involved in public service.
Arrange visits of a medical doctor or counselor to the housing location to verify that the individual is safe.

Medicolegal cases proceed further.
State department of law, state department of human services, and other departments in the state and outside the state should arrange further resources for basic human rights.
Restoration of basic human rights goes ahead simultaneously.
It is impossible for an individual not to have survival needs unless the intention is deprivation of rights. Deprivation of rights is a human rights violation and a criminal offense.

Police are the ears and eyes of justice.
If police lie, the system will collapse.

How should police record details of an incident?

What did you hear and see?
On this specific day, time, and location, what did you hear and see?

The answer to this question is important, but is not enough.
Answers to other questions are essential to reach a correct conclusion.

What happened before, during, and after the incident?
Answers to these questions will help to reach a correct conclusion.

What have you done to prepare for this position?
How would you rate your communication skills and what have you done to improve them?
How are you in dealing with stressful situations? Give an example.
Everyone has strengths and weaknesses. What are some of yours?
What do you consider to be your greatest achievements to date? Explain.
How would you describe your ability to deal with conflict? Explain.
What is the largest difficulty you ever had with a supervisor?
How did you resolve the conflict?
Describe the best job you've ever had.
Describe the best supervisor you've ever had.
Are you good at delegating tasks? Explain.
What books have you read in the past year?
Growing up, who were some of your role models?
Who are some of your influences today?
Have you ever had something you wrote published whether it be an editorial, article, or other writing?


Has crime been committed?

Who has committed the crime?

Crimes in progress

As soon as the police receive a call that a crime is in progress, they send officers to the scene of the crime as soon as possible. The officers may be able to catch the criminal right on the scene. The officers will then make an arrest take the criminal(s) to the police station or the county jail for booking.

Unsolved crimes

When does the case go to police investigator or detective?
If a crime was not observed in progress and was particularly serious or complicated, the police may assign the case to a detective. He/she will then manage a team of investigators to develop a list of suspects and find the actual criminal defendant.

Here are further guidelines.

Occupations relevant to this department in the state.
Police Ranks
What are equivalents of various police ranks in various states around the world?
In some regions, constable, head constable, assistant sub-inspector, sub-inspector, inspector, and deputy superintendent of police are equivalent to police patrol officer. A police patrol officer can be on foot or in a vehicle.
Assistant sub-inspector and sub-inspector are usually on foot; inspector, deputy superintendent of police, and higher have a vehicle.

Regional variations exist in police ranks.
Whatever the ranks, everyone's duty and responsibility should be well defined.

If highest ranked police officers do not have correct answers to specific questions, can juniors have the answer?
No.

What are various state police ranks?
  1. Director General of Police

  2. Addl. Director General of Police

  3. Inspector General of Police / Special Inspector General of Police

  4. Dy. Inspector General of Police

  5. Superintendent of Police / Deputy Commissioner of Police (Selection Grade)

  6. Superintendent of Police / Deputy Commissioner of Police (Junior Management Grade)

  7. Addl. Superintendent of Police / Deputy Commissioner of Police (Less than 10 years of service)

  8. Addl. Superintendent of Police / Deputy Commissioner of Police (State Police Service)

  9. Assistant Superintendent of Police

  10. Dy. Superintendent of Police / SDPO/ Assistant Commissioner of Police (A.C.P.)

  11. Police Inspector (P.I.)

  12. Assistant Police Inspector (A.P.I.)

  13. Police Sub Inspector (P.S.I.)

  14. Assistant Police Sub Inspector (A.S.I.)

  15. Head Constable (H.C.)

  16. Police Naik (P.N.)

  17. Police Constable (P.C.)

  18. State Police Trooper

  19. State Police Public Relations Officer

  20. State Police Public Relations Director

  21. Police, Fire, and Ambulance Dispatcher

  22. Police criminal investigator (detective) in the state and outside the state.

  23. Police Internet Database (mysql, php, javascript) programmer in the state.

  24. Police Safety Education Officer in the state.

  25. Community Police Officer in the state.

  26. Police District Commander in the state.

  27. Police station house officer in the state (Police station commander)

  28. Freight and Cargo Inspector (State Police)

  29. State highway patrol

  30. Medical examiner and relevance to investigations inside the state and outside the state.

  31. Forensic psychiatrists.

  32. Military police.

  33. Prosecutors office, state attorneys’office.

  34. Judge in a state

  35. State department of corrections office that includes jail/prison warden.

  36. Others.


Police, Fire, and Ambulance Dispatcher
What are the duties of this job?
Basic Job Description:
Receive complaints from public concerning crimes and police emergencies. Broadcast orders to police patrol units in vicinity of complaint to investigate. Operate radio, telephone, or computer equipment to receive reports of fires and medical emergencies and relay information or orders to proper officials.

Job Duties and Tasks for: "Police, Fire, and Ambulance Dispatcher"

  1. Answer routine inquiries, and refer calls not requiring dispatches to appropriate departments and agencies.

  2. Determine response requirements and relative priorities of situations, and dispatch units in accordance with established procedures.

  3. Enter, update, and retrieve information from teletype networks and computerized data systems regarding such things as wanted persons, stolen property, vehicle registration, and stolen vehicles.

  4. Learn material and pass required tests for certification.

  5. Maintain access to, and security of, highly sensitive materials.

  6. Maintain files of information relating to emergency calls such as personnel rosters, and emergency call-out and pager files.

  7. Monitor alarm systems to detect emergencies such as fires and illegal entry into establishments.

  8. Monitor various radio frequencies such as those used by public works departments, school security, and civil defense in order to keep apprised of developing situations.

  9. Observe alarm registers and scan maps in order to determine whether a specific emergency is in the dispatch service area.

  10. Operate and maintain mobile dispatch vehicles and equipment.

  11. Provide emergency medical instructions to callers.

  12. Question callers to determine their locations, and the nature of their problems in order to determine type of response needed.

  13. Read and effectively interpret small-scale maps and information from a computer screen in order to determine locations and provide directions.

  14. Receive incoming telephone or alarm system calls regarding emergency and non-emergency police and fire service, emergency ambulance service, information and after hours calls for departments within a _______.

  15. Record details of calls, dispatches, and messages.

  16. Relay information and messages to and from emergency sites, to law enforcement agencies, and to all other individuals or groups requiring notification.

  17. Scan status charts and computer screens, and contact emergency response field units in order to determine emergency units available for dispatch.

  18. Test and adjust communication and alarm systems, and report malfunctions to maintenance units.

An answering machine should be connected to every police station telephone.
Here are further guidelines.

Police criminal investigator (detective) in the state and outside the state.
What should a police investigator or detective know?
Annotation or definition.
Criminal Investigation
Criminal law
Defensive driving
English grammar relevant to word investigation.
State Department of Investigations
Firearms
First aid
Interrogatories
New Cases for Investigations
    What is known about this case?
    What questions need to be answered relevant to this case?
    Here are further guidelines.
Patrol techniques
Report writing
Self=defense
Physical fitness
Investigation training
Newest investigation tools and procedures

Police investigators usually work in specialized units within detective bureaus of police departments.
Here are further guidelines.

What should you know about criminal investigations?
Any criminal investigation or inquiry, including from murder, rape, criminal conspiracies, and similar crimes cannot be hidden under any excuse to cover up crime.

All such criminal investigations have to be made public with punishments of criminals.
The public has to be updated about these criminals even if they have been placed fraudulently in the administration and causing obstruction of justice.

They must be updated about obstruction of justice.

What should happen if an individual refuses to answer?
There should be imprisonment or committal of persons refusing to answer.

In some regions, this has a specific code number or section 349.

Inform those refusing to answer that the consequences will be imprisonment or committal, and the death penalty for those who deserve it.

What are the duties of the police criminal investigator (detective) in the state or outside the state?
Here are further guidelines.


Police Internet Database (mysql, php, javascript) programmer in the state.
What are the duties of a police Internet database programmer in the state?
Create Internet presence of state police with login application.
Update contents with guidelines for police officers and public.
Guidelines for police officers are at this resource:
www.qureshiuniversity.com/policetrainingworld.html

Police Safety Education Officer in the state.
How many police districts are there in the state?
On March 30, 2015, there were 22 police districts in Illinois.
Every police district in the state has further districts.
Chicago is one district among 22 police districts of Illinois.
Chicago has 25 police sub-districts.

What are the duties of a Police Safety Education Officer in the state?
Here are further guidelines.

Community Police Officer in the state.
What are the duties of a community police officer in the state?
Working with communities.
Solving problems.
Here are further guidelines.

Police District Commander in the state.
What are the duties of a police district commander in the state?
What are the differences in the duties of state police district commanders? For example on March 30, 2015, Illinois had 22 police districts. One of which is Chicago. The Chicago district commander of state police and sub-district commander of Chicago has 25 sub-districts, for example the 20th district of Chicago commander of police.

What are the duties of a police district commander in the state?
Here are further guidelines.

Police station house officer in the state (Police station commander)
What are the duties of station house officer in the state (Police station commander)?
Here are further guidelines.

Freight and Cargo Inspector (State Police)
What are the duties of this job?
Here are further guidelines.

State highway patrol
What are the duties of this job?
Here are further guidelines.

Medical examiner and relevance to investigations inside the state and outside the state.
Annotation or definition.
Cause, Manner, and Mechanism of Death
Competence of the medical examiner
Circumstances of death
Death Certificates
Forensic Pathologist Guidelines
Manner of Death
Mechanism of death
Murder Investigations
Murder Cases
Annotation or definition.

What is another word or term for medical examiner?
Forensic pathologist
Physician Forensic Pathology

What is a Forensic Pathologist?
A forensic pathologist is a physician who investigates sudden, premature or unexpected deaths.

What is the difference between a forensic psychiatrist and forensic pathologist?
A forensic psychiatrist has more abilities and knowledge than a forensic pathologist.
A forensic pathologist is a physician who investigates sudden, premature or unexpected deaths. A forensic psychiatrist is a physician who investigates sudden, premature or unexpected deaths and possible criminal offences.

Physician forensic psychiatry
Here are further guidelines.
http://www.qureshiuniversity.org/forensicpsychiatrist.html

Physician Forensic Pathology
Here are further guidelines.
http://www.qureshiuniversity.org/forensicpathologist.html

Competence of the medical examiner

If a person claims to be a physician licensed to practice medicine in the State of Illinois or another state in North America and be certified by the American Board of Pathology or a similar entity, does that mean this individual can competently uphold the relevant professional title?
No.

What is the proof that a physician licensed to practice medicine in the State of Illinois or another state and claiming to also be certified by the American Board of Pathology is incompetent?
An individual claiming to be a medical examiner was not able to answer relevant questions publicly through the media, at least through Internet News.

They are not able to answer relevant questions publicly through the media.
They are not able to answer questions submitted to them via telephone or fax.
They do not have any sense of duty towards the public, so that they cannot help in public services relevant to their profession.

What must others know about Dr. Asif Qureshi’s professional expertise relevant to these investigations?
Dr. Asif Qureshi is analyzing sudden, premature, unexpected, deaths around the world in at least 327 states. States must be mentioned with the answers to the questions being elaborated.

All truthful findings after investigations must be made public as soon as possible.

What should you keep in mind during these investigations?
Lying is not an option.
Misinterpretation of the facts is not an option.
No questions can remain unanswered.
Verification of the facts is essential.

Where are the guidelines for existing medical examiner and forensic pathology students?
Here are further guidelines.

Death Certificates
http://www.qureshiuniversity.com/deathcertificates.html

Forensic Pathologist Guidelines
http://www.qureshiuniversity.org/forensicpathologist.html

Murder Investigations

Murder Investigations
http://www.qureshiuniversity.com/murder.html

Cause, Manner, and Mechanism of Death

What should sudden, premature, or unexpected death reports include?

What should be included in the initial reports of sudden, premature, or unexpected deaths?


Death investigation questions that must be answered in sudden, premature, or unexpected deaths:

Circumstances of death

What were the circumstances of the death?
Select from criminal offenses if circumstances of death are due to any criminal offenses.
http://www.qureshiuniversity.org/criminaloffenses.html

Circumstances of death

Air crash/Incident death
Asphyxiation intentional
Burns intentional
Criminal conspiracies death (many individuals, many locations involved)
Death involving intentional deprivation of rights in community or hospital
Death due to assault
Death at home due to sabotage, criminal conspiracies
Drowning intentional
Electrocution intentional
Gunshot wound death
On the spot death due to professional negligence or intentional
Justified judicial death penalty
Judicial death penalty death
Hospital death involving professional negligence
Hospital death/murder in a hospital
Police custody or police contact death intentional
Prison death intentional
Poisoning death intentional
Pushed or thrown from a high altitude
Road traffic crash
Unjustified judicial death penalty
Unnatural cause of death/under investigation
Stab wound death
Strangulation

What should be elaborated on in circumstances of death?
Where, when, how, who, why, what, which, whose, whom, how much/many, how long, how often, how far, and what kinds of circumstances must be elaborated.

What was the person's age at the time of death?
Who was the person that died? (identification)
What was the profile of the person that died?
When did the person die? (date and time)
Where did the person die?
Did any other person die at the same location on the same date and time?
If yes, what is that person's profile?
Did any other person get harmed at the same location on the same date and time?
What was the manner of death?
What was the cause of the murder?
What was the mechanism of the murder?
What was the motive of the murder?
In which state or at what postal address or location did this incidence of death happen?
What was the day, date, time, and circumstances when the death was apparently first reported?
Who first reported this sudden, premature, or unexpected death?
What is the identity or profile of the deceased?
What were the apparent circumstances of death?
Who verified these apparent circumstances of death?
What is the name of the medical examiner for this case in the state?
What is the name of homicide investigator for this case from the police in the state?
Who is on the team of investigators for this case inside the state and outside the state?
Who specifically examined the deceased from the medical examiner’s office?
What is profile and seniority of individual from the medical examiner’s office relevant to this case?
What were the findings of at least two person from the medical examiner’s office?
What were truthful findings after the investigation of this sudden, premature, and unexpected death?
Who verified the truthful findings after the investigations of this death?

We stop this here. After we get answers to these questions, we will proceed again.
Here are further guidelines.

Mechanism of death

This term describes the altered physiology by which a disease or injury produces death (e.g., arrhythmia, hypoventilatory hypoxia, exsanguination).

Manner of Death

What was the manner of this death?

Homicide
Natural
Old age (more than 90 years)
Pending investigations
All apparent suicides and accidents proven to be intentional harm by others.


State police around the world
What are examples of various state police around the world?

North American States
  1. Alabama (AL)

  2. Alaska (AK)

  3. Arizona (AZ)

  4. Arkansas (AR)

  5. Alberta (AB)

  6. British Columbia (BC)

  7. California (CA)

  8. Colorado (CO)

  9. Connecticut (CT)

  10. Delaware (DE)

  11. Florida (FL)

  12. Georgia (GA)

  13. Hawaii (HI)

  14. Idaho (ID)

  15. Illinois (IL)

  16. Indiana (IN)

  17. Iowa (IA)

  18. Kansas (KS)

  19. Kentucky (KY)

  20. Louisiana (LA)

  21. Maine (ME)

  22. Maryland (MD)

  23. Massachusetts (MA)

  24. Michigan (MI)

  25. Minnesota (MN)

  26. Mississippi (MS)

  27. Missouri (MO)

  28. Montana (MT)

  29. Manitoba (MB)

  30. Mexico (MX)

  31. Nebraska (NE)

  32. Nevada (NV)

  33. New Hampshire (NH)

  34. New Jersey (NJ)

  35. New Mexico (NM)

  36. New York (NY)

  37. North Carolina (NC)

  38. North Dakota (ND)

  39. New Brunswick (NB)

  40. Newfoundland and Labrador (NL)

  41. Northwest Territories (NT)

  42. Nova Scotia (NS)

  43. Nunavut (NU)

  44. Ohio (OH)

  45. Oklahoma (OK)

  46. Oregon (OR)

  47. Ontario (ON)

  48. Pennsylvania (PA)

  49. Prince Edward Island (PE)

  50. Quebec (QC)

  51. Rhode Island (RI)

  52. South Carolina (SC)

  53. South Dakota (SD)

  54. Saskatchewan (SK)

  55. Tennessee (TN)

  56. Texas (TX)

  57. Utah (UT)

  58. Vermont (VT)

  59. Virginia (VA)

  60. Washington (WA)

  61. West Virginia (WV)

  62. Wisconsin (WI)

  63. Wyoming (WY)

  64. Yukon (YT)
    Asian States

  65. Albania

  66. Andorra

  67. Armenia

  68. Austria

  69. Azerbaijan

  70. Arkhangelsk Oblast

  71. Anhui Province

  72. Afghanistan

  73. Assam

  74. Arunachal Pradesh

  75. Andhra Pradesh

  76. Andaman and Nicober Islands

  77. Balochistan

  78. Bahrain

  79. Bangladesh

  80. Belarus

  81. Belgium

  82. Bhutan

  83. Bihar

  84. Brunei

  85. Bosnia and Herzegovina

  86. Bulgaria

  87. Chechnya

  88. Croatia

  89. Cyprus

  90. Czech Republic

  91. Cambodia

  92. Chukotka Autonomous Okrug

  93. Chhattisgarh

  94. Daman and Diu

  95. Dadra and Nagar Haveli

  96. Dagestan

  97. Denmark

  98. England

  99. Estonia

  100. East Timor

  101. Finland

  102. Fujian Province

  103. France

  104. Gujarat

  105. Goa

  106. Georgia

  107. Germany

  108. Gibraltar

  109. Greece

  110. Gansu Province

  111. Guangdong Province

  112. Guangxi Province

  113. Guizhou

  114. Heilongjiang

  115. Hong Kong

  116. Hubei

  117. Hainan Province

  118. Henan Province

  119. Hunan Province

  120. Himachal Pradesh

  121. Hungary

  122. Inner Mongolia

  123. Indonesia

  124. Iran

  125. Iraq

  126. Iceland

  127. Ireland

  128. Italy

  129. Japan

  130. Jeddah

  131. Jiangxi Province

  132. Jordan

  133. Jiangsu

  134. Jiangxi

  135. Jilin

  136. Jharkhand

  137. Kashmir

  138. Karnataka

  139. Kerala

  140. Kazakhstan

  141. Korea - North

  142. Korea - South

  143. Kyrgyzstan

  144. Kuwait

  145. Kaliningrad Oblast

  146. Lakshadweep

  147. Latvia

  148. Liechtenstein

  149. Lithuania

  150. Luxembourg

  151. Laos

  152. Lebanon

  153. Liaoning Province

  154. Liaoning

  155. Manipur

  156. Mizoram

  157. Maharashtra

  158. Madhya Pradesh

  159. Meghalaya

  160. Malaysia

  161. Maldives

  162. Magadan Oblast

  163. Mongolia

  164. Myanmar

  165. Macedonia

  166. Malta

  167. Medina

  168. Mecca

  169. Moldova

  170. Monaco

  171. Montenegro

  172. NCT of Delhi

  173. Nagaland

  174. Netherlands

  175. Northern Ireland

  176. Norway

  177. Ningxia

  178. Nepal

  179. Oman

  180. Orissa

  181. Puducherry

  182. Punjab

  183. Peshawar

  184. Philippines

  185. Poland

  186. Portugal

  187. Palestine

  188. Qinghai Province

  189. Qinghai

  190. Qatar

  191. Rajasthan

  192. Romania

  193. Sikkim

  194. Syria

  195. Sindh

  196. Singapore

  197. Sri Lanka

  198. Scotland

  199. Serbia

  200. Slovakia

  201. Slovenia

  202. Spain

  203. Sweden

  204. Switzerland

  205. Shaanxi Province

  206. Shandong

  207. Shanxi

  208. Sichuan

  209. Taiwan

  210. Tajikistan

  211. Thailand

  212. Tibet

  213. Tripura

  214. Tamil Nadu

  215. Turkey

  216. Turkmenistan

  217. Ukraine

  218. Uzbekistan

  219. Uttarakhand

  220. United Arab Emirates

  221. Uttar Pradesh

  222. Vietnam

  223. Vatican City

  224. Wales

  225. West Bengal

  226. Xinjiang

  227. Yunnan

  228. Yamalia

  229. Yemen

  230. Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Okrug

  231. Zhejiang
    Africa

  232. Algeria

  233. Angola

  234. Burundi

  235. Benin

  236. Burkina Faso

  237. Botswana

  238. Cape Verde

  239. Côte d'Ivoire

  240. Comoros

  241. Cameroon

  242. Central African Republic

  243. Chad

  244. Canary Islands

  245. Ceuta

  246. Democratic Republic of the Congo

  247. Djibouti

  248. Egypt

  249. Eritrea

  250. Ethiopia

  251. Equatorial Guinea

  252. Gabon

  253. Gambia

  254. Ghana

  255. Guinea

  256. Guinea-Bissau

  257. Kenya

  258. Liberia

  259. Libya

  260. Lesotho

  261. Madagascar

  262. Malawi

  263. Mauritius

  264. Mayotte

  265. Mozambique

  266. Mali

  267. Mauritania

  268. Madeira

  269. Melilla

  270. Morocco

  271. Niger

  272. Nigeria

  273. Namibia

  274. Réunion

  275. Rwanda

  276. Republic of the Congo

  277. São Tomé and Príncipe

  278. Saint Helena

  279. Senegal

  280. Sierra Leone

  281. Seychelles

  282. Somalia

  283. South Africa

  284. Swaziland

  285. South Sudan

  286. Sudan

  287. Tanzania

  288. Togo

  289. Tunisia

  290. Uganda

  291. Western Sahara

  292. Zambia

  293. Zimbabwe
    Australia

  294. Northern Territory

  295. South Australia

  296. Queensland

  297. New South Wales

  298. Victoria (Australia)

  299. Western Australian

  300. Tasmania

  301. New Zealand
    Latin

  302. Acre (Asif Province)

  303. Alagoas

  304. Amapá

  305. Amazonas

  306. Bahia

  307. Buenos Aires Province

  308. Ceará

  309. Chubut Province

  310. Córdoba Province

  311. Goiás

  312. Bolivia

  313. Chile

  314. Colombia

  315. Ecuador

  316. Falkland Islands

  317. French Guiana

  318. Guyana

  319. Paraguay

  320. Peru

  321. Río Negro

  322. Santa Cruz

  323. Santa Fe Province

  324. Salta Province

  325. South Georgia

  326. Suriname

  327. Uruguay

  328. Venezuela

Sanctions during an Emergency
What should the police, courts, military, and other essential departments within and outside the state know?
If an individual who is a liar, is harmful, has harmed in the past using fraud or tricks is elected within or outside the state, the police within or outside the state must know all these tricks. These are examples of a hostile takeover. The police and military within or outside the state must not recognize such entities, even if declared elected within or outside the state. Even if is the president of the United States, do not recognize him or her.

Decision making of such an individual is banned.
This person cannot make any decisions for others due to repeated criminal activities.
This person cannot sign any agreement.
No military equipment can be transferred from one state to another state with approval from this person due to criminal activities.
All states must be reminded to close down any companies involved in weapons proliferation or the transfer of weapons without the approval of the state government.

Occupations relevant to this department in the state.
What are various state police ranks?
  1. Director general of police in the state.

  2. Addl. Director General of Police

  3. Inspector General of Police / Special Inspector General of Police

  4. Dy. Inspector General of Police

  5. Superintendent of Police / Deputy Commissioner of Police (Selection Grade)

  6. Superintendent of Police / Deputy Commissioner of Police (Junior Management Grade)

  7. Addl. Superintendent of Police / Deputy Commissioner of Police (Less than 10 years of service)

  8. Addl. Superintendent of Police / Deputy Commissioner of Police (State Police Service)

  9. Assistant Superintendent of Police

  10. Dy. Superintendent of Police / SDPO/ Assistant Commissioner of Police (A.C.P.)

  11. Police Inspector (P.I.)

  12. Assistant Police Inspector (A.P.I.)

  13. Police Sub Inspector (P.S.I.)

  14. Assistant Police Sub Inspector (A.S.I.)

  15. Head Constable (H.C.)

  16. Police Naik (P.N.)

  17. Police Constable (P.C.)
Physician forensic psychiatry
Physician Forensic Pathology
Airport police superintendent in the state.
Freight and Cargo Inspector (State Police)
Police first responder in the state.
Community Police Officer in the state.
Police District Commander in the state.
Police Safety Education Officer in the state.
Police Internet Database (mysql, php, javascript) programmer in the state.
Police, fire, and ambulance dispatcher.
Police station house officer in the state (Police station commander)
Police criminal investigator (detective) in the state and outside the state.
Police patrol officer
State highway patrol
Others
What does a state police vehicle look like?
How does the state police organization assign duty to its officers?

Police station diary in the state.
Questions that must be answered in the state’s police station diary:

What is the area of service of this police station in the state?
How many total officers are linked to this police station in the state?
What is the profile of officers at this police station in the state?
Where are the facilities located for drinking water, food, housing, healthcare, etc., in this area of the state?
Who has the duty to maintain these records at this police station in the state?
Who has the duty to answer and supervise answers to questions relevant to complaints submitted to this police station in the state?
What is the profile of military police officers linked to this police station in the state?
What are the locations of state military bases with assigned military police in the state?

State Police Public Relations Offices
How many state police public relations offices are there around the world?
There have to be more than 330 state police public relations offices.

What are the duties of a State Police Public Relations Officer?
The state police public relations unit or office is responsible for the statewide coordination of all public presentations, lectures, seminars, public discussions and demonstrations presented by state police officers. These programs provide valuable facts and insight into services offered and conducted by police departments in the state.
http://www.qureshiuniversity.com/policetrainingworld.html

State Police Public Relations Director

What are the duties of a State Police Public Relations Director?
These examples will make you understand:
On August 12, 2016, in Virginia: "The plane made it beyond the railroad tracks at the end of the airport property, banked left and struck the tree line," Virginia State Police Public Relations Director Corinne N. Geller said. "The plane crashed in the trees and immediately caught fire."

Who circulated this press release in the state?
The State Police Public Relations Director.
This press release was circulated by the Virginia State Police Public Relations Director,.

Case diaries and progress reports of criminal investigations inside and outside the state.
What are case diaries and progress reports of criminal investigations inside and outside the state?
Maintaining case diaries is an essential component of the code of criminal procedure inside and outside the state.

What needs to be accomplished relevant to case diaries inside and outside the state?
Computerization of case diaries.

How should police inside and outside the state maintain case diaries?
Take a look at this.
http://www.qureshiuniversity.com/kashmircrimes.html

Complaint against police officers
What happens if a police officer inside or outside the state gets involved in criminal activities, like class 1, 2, or 3 felonies?
Police officer loses his or her job.
Imprisonment like any other criminal.
If anyone tries to trick the system inside or outside the state, he or she should be charged with obstruction of justice.

What are examples of criminal cases against police officers inside or outside the state?
July 10, 2016, murder case against Yasir Qadri.

Questions that need to be verified.

Does carrying a gun and wearing a police uniform make a person a police officer?
No.

What makes a person a genuine police officer inside and outside the state?
Truthful, well behaved, public service oriented.
Not harmful to the public.

What happened?
On July 10, 2016, Yasir Qadri barged into the home of Shabir Ahmad Mir, age 26, in Tengpora, Srinagar, Kashmir, and murdered him.

Was Yasir Qadri really a police officer inside or outside the state?
How did you verify he was really a police officer relevant to state police?
What process was accomplished in recruiting Yasir Qadri, from beginning to end?
How was his eligibility and competence verified publicly?
What was the mailing address of Yasir Qadri from birth until now?
Who are Yasir Qadri’s family members at this point?
Which of his relatives are in the administration in Kashmir, including the police or any other department?
What explanation did Yadir Qadri submit relevant to this murder?
What is the proper location for detention and further punishment of Yasir Qadri?
What measures has the administration inside and outside Kashmir taken to prevent any obstruction of justice?

Recruitment issues in state police, inside and outside the state.
How do you proceed with recruitment in state police, inside and outside the state?
Verify if the recruitment resources inside and outside the state can answer relevant questions.

Among those states listed at www.qureshiuniversity.com/states.html, what best describes recruitment resources?
What do you understand by legal resident under state law; for example, under Illinois and international law?
What do you understand by remuneration through ration cards or public distribution systems, inside and outside the state?
How has the internet changed the way police services are provided in more than 330 states?
Last Updated: May 23, 2017