Brothers and Sisters of Connecticut:
You are not alone. III Percenters across the country are watching, waiting to see what takes place. Against popular belief your countrymen will not stand idle and watch as doors are kicked in and families are murdered for embracing a constitutional freedom. An attack on the Citizens of Connecticut will not go unanswered by the Three Percent surrounding you. The right to bear arms shall not be infringed. If even one round is fired in the direction of the law abiding it will most assuredly be the second coming of the shot heard round the world. As Americans once stood firm at the North Bridge in Concord so should you stand firm today. Capt. John Parker of the first American Revolution once said “Stand your ground. Don’t fire unless fired upon, but if they mean to have a war, let it begin here”.
A concerned woman called CT State Police Spokesman Lt. Vance today to ask about the possibility of gun confiscation. He responded that they will follow whatever instructions they get and called her anti-American! Please share wide and far!
This is the police oath
On my honor,
I will never betray my badge,
my integrity, my character,
or the public trust.
I will always have
the courage to hold myself
and others accountable for our actions.
I will always uphold the constitution.
my community and the agency I serve.
Before any officer takes the Law Enforcement Oath of Honor, it is important that he/she understands what it means. An oath is a solemn pledge someone makes when he/she sincerely intends to do what he/she says.
Honor means that one's word is given as a guarantee.
Betray is defined as breaking faith with the public trust.
Badge is the symbol of your office.
Integrity is being the same person in both private and public life.
Character means the qualities that distinguish an individual.
Public trust is a charge of duty imposed in faith toward those you serve.
Courage is having the strength to withstand unethical pressure, fear or danger.
Accountability means that you are answerable and responsible to your oath of office.
Community is the jurisdiction and citizens served.
The Oath of Honor's brevity allows it to be constantly referred to and reinforced during conversations and ceremonies. In addition, it can also be
referred to by administrators while communicating with others;
placed on the back of all academy students' name cards, ensuring that they are looking at it all day;
strategically and visibly placed in all police academies and law enforcement agencies;
signed by each academy student, framed and hung on the wall;
given at all official police ceremonies and gatherings;
printed on labels that are placed on equipment; and
used as a backdrop in citizens' meetings and news media events.
In conclusion, it is strongly recommended by the IACP that all agencies adopt the Law Enforcement Oath of Honor. Having officers take an oath will reconfirm the significance of integrity within the agency and help bring the entire profession together to show that the vast majority of law enforcement officers not only are good, decent individuals, but also will step forward to stop unethical acts by any members of our profession.
REMEMBER YOUR OATH OR YOU WILL DIE A TRAITORS DEATH!!
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