It’s the year 2018, and as a country, we are at a turning point in how we treat our police officers.
We’re talking about the murder of a black man by a white cop, the shooting of an unarmed black man, the brutalization of young black men in Canada’s prisons.
But we’re not there yet.
Here’s how things could be different if we had police who felt safe and who felt supported by the government.
The year is 2018, a good time to look at the state of policing in Canada.
But there’s a reason why we don’t talk about this: It’s not about a police officer.
It’s about the police and the way they are policed in Canada today.
In Canada, the only time we talk about the state is when someone dies in police custody.
But the vast majority of police in the country have been doing their jobs well, with a lot of good officers and a lot less bad ones.
This is a state where police officers feel they can get away with it.
If a police force can’t, it doesn’t matter how good they are, what they wear or what they say, if they feel unsafe, they will just shoot the officer.
When police officers in Canada feel unsafe they don’t shoot them.
But this doesn’t mean police officers who are scared to talk about their experiences aren’t also scared to be publicly seen, and so the public’s trust in the police is eroded.
It means police officers are seen as weak, that they can be fired, that their families are ostracized, and that their relationships with their communities are eroded.
But when police officers don’t feel safe, they are more likely to do the things they know will hurt them.
They’re more likely, for example, to engage in illegal activities.
They are more prone to using excessive force.
They have a higher rate of mental illness, and they have more problems with alcohol and substance abuse.
Police officers are also more likely than the general population to have been victims of sexual assault.
It is not uncommon for police officers to engage with other police officers and report on incidents involving police officers, because it is safer for them to do so than to report on a crime committed by another person.
Police are more often perceived as the victim, the one who was harmed.
And they’re often seen as targets for reprisals.
They can be attacked for the same things that victims of crime are: for having a poor job, for being poor, for not paying taxes.
And so when police do not feel safe they feel like they are at the mercy of the police.
This has resulted in the erosion of public trust in police officers: When people feel unsafe by a police agency, they don�t trust them.
And when they trust police officers that don�s when the public sees them as weak and the public wants to put them out of work.
And that’s exactly what we saw happen when police in New Brunswick were forced to remove their badge and baton from their uniforms and wear them only in the presence of a civilian, because the province was unable to pay for uniforms and other costs.
It was the height of public outrage, and New Brunswick’s police union called the move a �slap in the face to police officers everywhere.� This is why the government’s response to the incident was to put out a statement saying that police officers must be allowed to wear their police uniforms and badges in public.
But police officers did not want to wear badges in the public.
Instead, they wore their uniforms in their offices, on the street, or on the job.
And the police officers had no choice.
They had to take the badges off because they were not allowed to do it in the workplace.
This was not about police officers being afraid to talk to the public, it was about police agencies not being able to meet the expectations of the public when they have to wear uniforms.
The police have always had a role to play in policing communities.
But policing has never been the way police work.
This trend has been going on for decades.
Police have been involved in communities that are very diverse.
For example, in the 1960s, when Canada was forming its police force, there were two groups of people who lived together in the same community: one group was poor and black, and the other was white and middle class.
The former group lived on the streets and the latter lived in homes.
This kind of community interaction has been seen in other countries.
For instance, in France, there was a very large social network of people living together, and people in that network were referred to as `pigottes’ because they had pig-tails.
And in Australia, there is a large social networking network that is called the community network.
And this is how it has worked in Canada for decades, even though police are only a tiny minority of the population.
Police in Canada are