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13 Secret Tricks Every Police Officer Uses

Police officers are the order of any country. In movies, they chase the worst criminals, conduct interrogations, and, of course, they save people. But is this all this true? And how do these things really happen?

Btw, have you ever engaged in a pleasant conversation with a police officer who stopped you on the road? If you have, then you’ve probably given them a lot of useful info without even realizing it. The police have much more up their sleeves than you might think, and a superhero arsenal is just one of many of those things! So here are the most interesting facts about the dangerous work that policemen do. Most people probably have no idea about these crazy facts.

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You’re guilty until proven otherwise 0:27
Patting your trunk isn’t just a random gesture 1:11
Sirens have different modes for different situations 2:02
Cops and donuts aren’t like PB&J 3:12
They can and will lie to you to get your confession 3:53
Act first, talk later 4:37
The thin blue line 5:31
They care for each other 6:16
A friendly chat is not what it seems 7:03
They wear superhero belts 7:57
Most of what they do is paperwork 8:30
They know everything and more about you 9:06
They’re cynical for a reason 9:51

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- When you’re stopped by a police officer who’s accusing you of something, you’d better recall your alibi, and fast.
- Police officers touch the trunk or tail light of your car when they pull you over. This way, the officer is leaving their fingerprints on your car. They would serve as evidence if something happened to the officer during your conversation.
- Before an intersection or among tall buildings, the “yelp” mode, which has a faster beat, is used because it bounces off the surrounding walls better. The “hi-lo” mode can be used in different situations, but it’s generally reserved for dense traffic.
- The “cops love donuts” stereotype has become so omnipresent that many police officers even stay away from donut shops at all costs not to feed the myth.
- They have a legal right to do it by lying in your face. The only thing they’re not allowed to do is making your confession involuntary.
- In the US, if 911 receives a call that potentially requires immediate action, they will send out a SWAT team that will first break down the door and put everyone on the floor, and only then ask questions.
- The thin blue line is a sign to all the members of the police out there that here’s a supporter. The police actually have a sort of brotherhood.
- As soon as one of them gets into trouble, others will try to get them out of there.
- They’ll have everything from handcuffs and a radio to a whole arsenal needed to take down criminals on the run.
- In fact, like almost everyone else, they have to do lots of boring things. Filing documents, filling in some blanks, compiling reports, and so on.
- If you have a friend in the police, you’d be surprised at how much they already know about you — even if you didn’t tell them anything.
- It’s a common belief that most police officers are quite cynical. Well, in truth, the same can be said about any professional working with people on a daily basis.

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12 Signs Your Computer Has Been Hacked

There are important signs your computer has been hacked and your data has been stolen. What should you do? Learn the easiest ways to protect your computer from hackers.
Cyber attacks have recently become a very popular problem, so everyone is worried about protecting their data. To prevent your passwords or other important data from being stolen, you have to pay attention to any changes on your computer.

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Your passwords don’t work 2:05
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The cursor moves on its own 3:50
Your printer doesn’t work properly 4:30
You are redirected to different websites 5:02
Your files are deleted by someone else 5:36
Your data is on the internet, even though you didn’t put it there 6:06
There is unusual webcam behavior 6:56
Your computer works very slowly 7:28
What you should do 8:19

What you should do:
• Warn your friends and other people to whom you sent emails that your computer has been hacked. Tell them not to open messages from you and not to click on any links from you.
• Tell your bank about a possible leak of your data. Find out how to protect your money.
• Delete all unfamiliar programs and also those you can’t launch.
• Install a reliable antivirus, and scan your system. Some companies make trial versions.
• Change the passwords on all your accounts.
• If you still feel that the problem is not solved, ask a specialist.

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How to Recognize New Frauds: Cyber Fraud [before they get their hands on YOUR $$$]

Cyber Fraud has become a nightmare for many organizations. These newer frauds are wrecking havoc with existing processes. #Fraud is exploding today, thanks to technology and innovative crooks who know how to manipulate the system. What’s more, they do their homework. They research your company and your staff and with increasing accuracy, they know who to target. Making matters even worse, they continually find loopholes or weaknesses in the #payment system, which they exploit with new frauds. Sometimes it’s about money; but not always. Recognizing new #cyberfrauds is critical

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If it were possible to predict exactly what the next fraud would look like, we’d gladly share that information. Unfortunately, we don’t. Industry expert, Mary Schaeffer has spent over 20 years covering payment and other types of fraud and has devised a process to help both you and your employees identify new frauds when they occur so you won’t fall victim. While we can’t guarantee your staff will recognize when they are being targeted, we can put the tools in their hands so the chances of them falling for it diminishes greatly.



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