Happy Easter

 Let us not love with words or speech but with actions and in truth.” — 1 John 3:18

“No matter how long the winter, spring is sure to follow.” — Proverb

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Born with wings to fly-Police Officers

It is so true that in the times that we are living now the job of a police officer is very challenging. In spite of the difficulties and a world of darkness around them the police officers continue to protect and serve us in the best possible way. When they are confronted with big challenges they find out their real worthiness, and their aspirations. They dream big, desire the best and their souls believe in their dreams and aspirations. A peaceful society, well protected and taken care of is the true reflection of their dreams and desires. These are our guardian angels and they have wings to fly high and to protect us at the same time. God bless them and keep every police officer safe for us and their loved ones. Samina


NYPD-Female Police Officer


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“Samina’s Forum for police support is getting lots of traffic.”

Dear Bloggers and friends I would like to extend my heartfelt thanks for the friendship and love that I receive from you all. This message of spike in my stats makes me ecstatic. Thank you and thank you so much for being so fabulous. It means a lot to me. Take care and God bless. Samina


Your stats are booming! Samina’s Forum for police support is getting lots of traffic.

Your blog, Samina’s Forum for police support, appears to be getting more traffic than usual! 31 hourly views – 1 hourly views on average
A spike in your stats

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Happy Valentine’s Day

Dear bloggers and friends, with valentine’s day just around the corner I thought I would wish everyone A HAPPY VALENTINE”S DAY. Enjoy  and cherish these special moments with your loved ones. Samina



Red is the color of love. I love color red.





Our Heartfelt Blessings and Best wishes to our Guardians and Protectors on Valentine’s day.



A Bouquet for my bloggers and friends on Valentine’s day.

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Fourth Anniversary of Blogging!

Dear bloggers and friends today I got this message of congratulations from wordpress for fourth anniversary of blogging. I really like the expression “flying with us” in the message of wordpress. I am wondering how time has flown past and four years gone by so quick. It has been a very satisfying and enlightening experience for me to blog to support the Police. Sometimes I have not been regular in posting my posts due to taking care of a loved one. The support and love that I have received from you all has been phenomenal. I look forward to the same support and love in the coming years as I continue to support those who serve and protect us. Take care and God bless. Samina


Happy Anniversary with WordPress.com!
You registered on WordPress.com 4 years ago.
Thanks for flying with us. Keep up the good blogging.

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The Start of Every shift

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My knight in his blue armor
steps out into the dark.
In search of all wrong doing,
with a hope to make it right.
He carries not a sword,
But a “semi” on his side.
With hopes his training will not fail him,
Should there come a place or time.
And as he settles into his modern day Stallion;
The one with piercing blue eyes
The thought runs through his mind.
“What will I come upon tonight?”
“A speeder, a con, a felon a man who beat his wife?
A pusher, a punk, some other with a knife?”
“Will I have to defend my life,
Or will a fellow man in blue
Be assigned to console my grieving wife?”
And so, with this thought still lingering
through the channels of his mind…
He prays to a God he thinks is there
But still, he is unsure of.
Just then, before he could think twice
The duty he is here for calls
And without hesitation, he radios back “419, I am enroute”
Opens his “eyes” And takes off once again…
Into the dark of night.

(Author Unknown)

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A retiring seasoned criminal’s blessing to his grandson

A retiring seasoned criminal’s blessing to his beloved grandson-aspiring to be a seasoned criminal like his father and grandfather,

“My dear grandson as you sit on the watermelon and I break this wild turkey egg on your head and the yolk flows on your cheeks like wisdom at the initiation ceremony for seasoned criminals, I wish your loot far exceed combined loot of mine and your father’s and even exceed your counting ability. May you slither like a king cobra before strike and may you stalk quietly and attack like a Siberian tiger and still be called a gentleman. May you always get chased by a police dog with the touch of arthritis.”


A Police Dog                             

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“Effective policing underpins the very quality of life in Canada,” says Honorable RCMP commissioner Bob Paulson.


Honorable RCMP Commissioner highlights the important role our Police Officers play in the upkeep of Canadian values and says,

“I am also reminded of just how much we rely on our police services and the men and women who comprise them, to preserve and safeguard our Canadian way of life.

Without public safety and the maintenance of public order there can be no respect for human rights, equality of opportunity or protection of the weak and vulnerable.

Effective policing underpins the very quality of life in Canada. It allows us the basic security we all need to go about our lives; achieve our goals; express our views; resolve our disputes peacefully; and raise our children in safe communities.”

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“I Take No Guff From Nobody specially bullies like you”


Small dog Pappy to big dog Wolfy, “Don’t you ever call me a bite size. When it comes to principles, I stand my ground. Size of the opponent has no meaning. A bully is a bully and I know how to take care of them. Now Beat it, get out of my sight before I lose my cool.”

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“A police officer is all there is in society to keep any concept of order.”


Dear blogger friends I am blessed to hear direct stories from real people in real life situations. I am so proud of the fact that great human beings come to my blog and share their inspiring life stories with me. I am posting one such real life story of a New York Police Officer  who has been kind enough to share his story with us. I thank him from the bottom of my heart and pray that I keep receiving such inspirational real life stories in future as well. We all need to understand and comprehend what the job of a Police Officer is all about. It is no ordinary job and Police Officers are no ordinary people. We live a secure life and enjoy our freedoms because of some great human beings who serve and protect us. There is no higher calling than that of a Police Officer’s job. Lets hear the heart warming true feelings of a Police Officer, first hand. This is what he wrote to me,

“Thank you very much for this page. I was a New York City Cop and Sergeant, retired after 20 years.The emotional toll, the stress on the family, the stress you put away, never pay attention to. How your adrenaline and heart start beating when the radio crackles of a man with a gun. You respond as always, running to the danger, never thinking about how it is against every human emotion to head that way, to the trouble, but it’s what you do, who you are. I can honestly say, in the last year’s of my career, I was going to back up every other cop that was going, and they were backing me. It has taken a tremendous toll on my body, but especially my mind, there are things I can never unseen. 20 years later, they still come to mind, the place, the smell, who was next to me. A police officer is all there is in society to keep any concept of order. We go to every job you can possibly imagine. Before the ambulance, before social services, we go to child abuse calls, and have to make a decision that will save a child, or destroy a family, mess up, if something happens to the child, you have to answer to the man. And you eternally answer to yourself. Have the child removed, and thrown into a maze of courts, foster care, another broken system with regular people just trying to make the best decisions they can. Finding the elderly  abandoned by children or any family, only noticed when the smell coming out of there apartment creeps into the hall and is too much for the neighbors to stand, so they call 911 and we come. We always come. It is a sworn duty I took years ago, when really only a boy, not yet a man. I raised my right hand and swore to my God I would do this. I felt blessed to be a part of this, the front lines of the streets. To stand with men I could never, in my wildest dreams, be as brave or as tough, or as the street counselors these men were. Could take care of any and all possible situations without handcuffs, a degree, or use of a night stick. Handle family disputes where everyone thinks they won, and No one got locked up. Convince a half drunk lunatic that it’s his best interest to go to his brother’s house tonight. Let things at home go until tomorrow, when clearer heads would prevail. And he never called a Sergeant to the scene. It is his job. He handles it where it goes. Smooth, or a full out brawl with the neighborhood. He knows as does everyone else involved, that if he calls for help, there will be cops coming from every direction to his aid. And they would. Not be in a talking mood when they show up. So anyone with any sense got lost. And the fools who wanted to fight the cop or 2 had a world of hurt coming upon them. It was not a job for the meek. They would quickly find positions inside to avoid the street. They had weekends off, and most holidays. The guys on patrol carried the burden, they still do.They always have. I met some of the kindest people I would ever have the wonderful opportunity to know. I saw a cop give a runaway his last 5 bucks to get a sandwich at the bus station waiting for the bus home. He didn’t have money for lunch the next day. Just wasn’t in the budget.We went to work, getting in the next day, he said he wasn’t hungry. I accused him of giving today’s meal money to the runaway the night before. He didn’t say anything, just looked at me, as to say “shut up, it’s none of your business.” I said ,”You did, you gave that girl,who is probably already run away again your meal money.” He just stared at me. I said, “you know, you’re an asshole, so let me buy you dinner tonight.” He began to refuse so I said” hey, kev, I’m buying you dinner tonight, what do you want?.I don’t give a shit if you eat it,but I’m going to buy you dinner. He said,”ok, how about Chinese?” great…It was a crazy job. Nothing else like it in the world. It was points of laughter with the crew, then shear insanity, the next thing you would never believe. Having kitchen appliances thrown off roof tops to crush your skull. Punks spit on the floor as they cross the street in front of your police car, all the while looking right at you. Some of those guys were taught a lesson. Had to keep them from stepping over that line. I think I had to have a talk with a few of them so they could see the folly of their ways. No, it wasn’t pretty, not nice. But it was clear and understood  No video in everyone hand then. Just two men setting some preunderstood bounderies that we had both respected. Next time, it didn’t happen,to any cop. Not so politically correct nowadays. The world was different. If I had to do it all over, with the heart ache of a friend dying in the street responding to a robbery to help someone he didn’t know leaving a widow, a 1 and 2 year old children without a father. The hate and vile that people I had sworn to protect would spew at you every chance. Working weekends, holidays, birthdays. It became such a routine that even now, retired for many years, holidays have no meaning, weekend, birthdays, just the same as every other day. My wife asking me to just pretend it’s important, for me. As a damaged ex cop, haunted, suspicious, over-protective. Maybe just a little bit crazy, just a little bit. I would do it again in a heart beat. It, to me, is truly the greatest job in the world. There is nothing else I could have done. I have stood with awesome men and women who showed me the way, how to stay alive, bravery that I could only wish I had. They had done it all. Being part of that, a member of these increadable people, was a gift from God. I still thank Him for the job. There is, I believe, no higher calling. I believe every real street cop has ended up in uniform by divine Intervention. Thank you for letting me be a part of the chosen few, thank you for blessing me with the position of police officer. There is no higher calling.”



©Samina Iqbal. 2016


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Address Of Commandant K-9 Police Academy Godfrey G. S Conan Doyle About Modernizing The Caninies As An Effective Force where the success hinges on the position of the tail.


Commandant K-9 Police Academy Godfrey G. S Conan Doyle 

“Extreme physical fitness and acrobatic capabilities of the modern criminal has forced the canine commanders to develop an acclectic team approach where the German Shepherd will provide the Strength and greyhound the speed to catch the criminal. In this approach greyhound will have to remember two things, not to outrun the criminal but to catch him and second and most crucial thing is that greyhound has to keep its tail up and not between the legs so that the German Shepherd following it knows that they are in pursuit and not in retreat. In a nutshell, success depends upon the position of the greyhound’s tail. On few occasions it has been reported when German Shepherd saw a greyhound in pursuit with tail between the legs, he took it as a sign of retreat, made a quick u-turn and took off-of course with tail between the legs. “




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US Customs And Border Protection Police Officer: Epitome Of Courage And Bravery



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Trying to understand

My prayer for every Police officer.

“If the divine powers take note of the dutiful in any way,

If there is any justice anywhere,

and a mind recognizing in itself what is right,

May the gods bring you your earned rewards”.

(Virgil, The Aeneid, Book 1, 1.603)

This poem has been written “In memory of fallen officers everywhere”

by: Daniel T. Dunbar



 “Is daddy coming home soon?” asks a precious little face.

“It’s past when he should be here.

Is he working on a case?”

Your dad’s not coming home son.

He’s working late tonight.

He’s a policeman up in heaven, making sure we’re all alright.

“But mommy, why’d he leave us?

I miss him when he’s gone.”

I know you miss him darling, but now we must be strong.

“Who’s gonna teach me baseball, and help me fly my kite.

And help me with my homework,

and buy me my first bike?”

Your daddy loved you darling, and he didn’t want to leave.

But a bad man took, your daddy, and left us all to grieve.

Be proud of who your dad was,

and how he earned his pay.

Because it’s people like your daddy

that keep us safe each day.

“Mommy, when I get bigger, and if it’s okay with you,

I’m gonna be like daddy, and be a policeman too.”



© Samina Iqbal. 2016

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Happy Independence Day Everyone.




We must honor and respect those who protect us




Lets respect and love those who provide security for us


We must honor and respect those who fight for our freedom





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Happy Canada Day Everyone. Let the celebration begin.

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RCMP Officer celebrating Canada Day



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My Stats Are Booming. Thanks To Everyone.




“Your blog, Samina’s Forum for police support, appears to be getting more traffic than usual! 33 hourly views – 1 hourly views on average
A spike in your stats”

I got this message from WordPress just now. It makes me very happy. Thank you so much my blogger friends and other friends for such encouragement. Samina

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Some of the best people I’ve ever run across in my policing experience: heroin addicts,” Paulson says.



Honorable RCMP Commissioner Bob Paulson

As a great teacher would talk to the students, our Honorable RCMP Commissioner Bob Paulson talks to the people of Canada through the media to teach us the most valuable life’s lessons that he has learnt during his policing career. In an interview with the media he told a journalist that when he was in Vancouver, he used to take his children through the Downtown Eastside – to show them what life as an addict was like.

“The people that use drugs are not the people we got to be bothering, right? We’ve got to be sort of helping them. Some of the best people I’ve ever run across in my policing experience: heroin addicts,” Paulson says.

“They’re sick. And you know they do crime, it’s sort of subsidiary, that if they’re doing crime it’s because they need to get heroin. And so they’re doing all sorts of property crime. But when you actually sit down and talk to heroin addicts, they’re really nice people.”

What a valuable life lesson our Teacher Honorable RCMP Commissioner Bob Paulson teaches us here. We must be kind to people who are already suffering and do not ignore them or look down on them as they could be some of the  best people in our society who have become victims of addiction.


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Police Officer Protects Baby


I closed them gently those eyes of blue
and wept inside, for her years so few.
The call came thru as domestic dispute
the father came thru as one of ill repute
Such a little child , so fair of face
an innocent victim of an unfair fate.


Police Officer With A child

As her father was cuffed and put away
I grimly drew a line where she lay.
Where were her angels ? Where was the law ?
A life was stolen without just cause.
I questioned my job , my purpose in life, that night I wept over sleeping babies and wife.
And under a sky
as blue as her eyes
I swore to my God to stand by her side.
A Mother was weeping over an angel gone to sleep
While her father walked once more the streets.
I stalked him Like a hunter gone after prey


RCMP Officer with a Girl

I never forgot him day after day.
A year has gone by and my day has come
To find if my work will be undone.
My heart is lighter as I placed a red rose
I think she’s smiling beside God’s throne.
I’ve said Goodbye , my heart is at rest,
I’ve done my job as I do best.
Goodby little angel ’til next we meet
When God calls us from that final sleep.

(Author Unknown)


RCMP Officer putting Stetson on a child’s head

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Honorable RCMP Commissioner Bob Paulson’s Quote on higher standard of RCMP officers


Honorable RCMP Commissioner Bob Paulson

Ingenuity and wisdom is required in understanding the complexity of Police Work. Honorable RCMP Commissioner Bob Paulson’s  remarks touch on a number of areas, including harassment within the force.

He says, ” there is an expectation in any police department that officers will be held to a higher standard than the average citizen, and that’s reasonable. But doing that in a rapidly changing society where notions of fairness and justice have to be respected can be a challenge”.

The commissioner also says, “the stress, hours and collegiality in law enforcement, as well as the nature of the work, can leave it a ripe area for behaviours that are less than professional. Nonetheless,  the force is making progress when it comes to harassment, including enhancement of its harassment-management policy”.

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Address Of Canine Commandant Gary. D. K. Holly about the global effort in using ancient techniques in catching Modern Criminals


Commandant Gary. D. K. Holly, canine school of advanced psychiatry and transcendental meditation, est 1893


Chief Instructor Oscar P. Dicken Doo, born during cold December, on the Northern slope of Mount Kilimanjaro and raised on the footpath of Mombassa.


Senior Instructor Jhonny. D. Simm, Simm, born during summer months on the Southern foothills of Himalayas and raised on the sunny beaches of Lake Key Key Yo Yo.

“We want our canines to chase criminals with a positive attitude  not with anger, but with patience. For this purpose two canine yogi’s, Oscar. P. Dicken Doo, and Jhonny. D. Simm. Simm, have arrived to our academy to give out a workshop. Briefly this approach requires the release of negative energy before the chase of the criminal is pursued. The Proven method is to lower the left ear and raise the right leg for 30 seconds, then lower the right ear and raise the left leg for 45 seconds. This is followed by rotating the tail like a pendulum, once clockwise and twice anti-clockwise then holding the tail at nine o’ clock position. Take a deep breath followed by a long, loud bark and you’re ready to go. Anywhere this method has been applied arrests of the criminals have been 100% and public relations is at the optimum. When asked under oath, even the seasoned criminals confessed, being arrested by this procedure was a positive and a pleasant experience.”

Participants of the workshop came from all Continents of the World.

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