A Police Officer’s Advice To Citizens

Royal Canadian Mounted Police

Royal Canadian Mounted Police


RCMP Officer


RCMP Female Officer

“Crime moves in a spiral and while going down in circles it takes everyone in its grip. The best way to save yourselves from becoming the victims of crime is to co-operate with police and offer them all your support so that we can work together as a community, and succeed in making our neighborhoods safer. Make police your ally.” (RCMP Officer Darlene Kent. Coquitlam, British  Columbia,Canada).


Guidon Royal Canadian Mounted Police

About samina iqbal

I am a free lance writer who loves to write on social issues in particular. I am a house wife and my husband Dr. Shams Iqbal offers all the support and encouragement so that I can pursue my passion for authorship and other cause which is dear to me. My lifelong mission in life is to offer my support for the police officers who need to be supported and protected by general public like us. My inspiration to do this comes from my personal experiences of some of the greatest police officers whom I have witnessed do great deeds for the good of humanity. I am so inspired and fascinated to support this law enforcement group. On the other hand I like music, movies specially classics, I am a fashion geek, English and American literature are my passions.
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16 Responses to A Police Officer’s Advice To Citizens

  1. Support is key! Love the photos, Samina!


  2. melanietoulouse says:

    I do like the Canadian police uniforms… 🙂 Thanx a bunch of rosemary from my front yard for your constant stop-overs at “playground”! My very best, stay healthy and good luck in all your endeavours! Have a great day! Respectful regards, Mélanie NB


  3. your uniforms are not just more attractive than US police, but more noticeable, too–which I think is good quality for a police person to have!


    • Yes, color red is very attractive and of course noticeable. It brightens up the personality of the police officer. I really like their uniforms. Thanks Charron for the visit. It’s always nice to talk to you. Take care.


  4. sarahityav says:

    Thanks a lot friend for nominating me for the most influential blogger award. I also nominated you for the same award. wish you all the best.


  5. jalal michael sabbagh.http://gravatar.com/jmsabbagh86@gmail.com says:

    Hi Samina .this is a remarkable post .Unique uniforms . The policemen and women represent the law not the uniforms. Thank you for liking my recent post (Dehumanizing….) Happiness to you and your family. Jalal


  6. on paper its lovely. in reality I wish indian police was that co operative to those who gather the courage and complain!


    • Thanks for a realistic comment. You are so right, a lot of changes need to be made in the policing of the countries like India and the surrounding Asian countries for any law and order to prevail. Citizens only feel comfortable to complain to police when they know their complains will not be held against them. Here in Canada RCMP (royal mounted Canadian police) does so much for people that we think we should start doing something for them. I do wish that your wish is granted. Take care my friend.


  7. Great post! I love the photos. I fell in love with your RCMP the first time I visited Centre Island many years ago.


    • Thank you so much my friend. These are cute photos and the uniforms are specially awesome and yes everyone fell in love with them. I can understand your fascination, my RCMP is worthy of such praise. Thanks so much for the comment and the visit my friend.


  8. newsferret says:

    I fully agree and wish we can get that message home in South Africa, but thanks to the wide spread corruption in certain quarters of our national police the police have lost the trust of exactly the people they need. What a pity, because of some bad apples in the box.


    • I agree the problem of corruption is widespread in most of the police forces of the countries. A few bad apples can give a bad name to the whole organization. Decisive and bold steps are required to correct the situation in any police force and a lot depends on the Politicians and the Police Chief. We are very lucky in Canada in so many ways. Lets hope for the best for Future. Take care.


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