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An Officers' uniform!
Transcript of An Officers' uniform!
Police carry notebooks and write details about the situations that happen.
Body language tells a lot. e.g. If someone is standing with clenched fists, sideways and are kind of tense, they might be ready to attack.
Guns are used only when someone's life is in danger.
A baton is made out of metal and can really hurt.
If a criminal with a knife comes at the police, the police will kill him. Introduction A Sergeant's every-day uniform A police officers' every-day uniform Hi!
My name is Lorena Florea and in this presentation, I will be talking about a police officer's uniform and a little bit about a police officer from what I've learned so far. Here's how they would look like on an every-day basis. Only officers have a red stripe on their pants. Here is a sergeant uniform A sergeant badge has 3 arrows pointing down at their badge number These are 2 examples of a staff sergeant badges. They have 3 arrows facing down on their badge number, but they have a crown on top of those arrows. ***** ***** listens to listens to Who listens to who? Some facts I learned Thank You For Listening A picture of a group of policemen See their uniforms? The red stripe The epaulets Police can also be called a police constable. Every officer has a badge number on their epaulets. C
L See his epaulet: A crown and 3 arrows. Staff Sergeant