From Salt Lake City, Utah a January 1, 2019 article by KUTV Chanel 2 by Adam Forgie, reported that The National Center for Women and Policing revealed in a Police Family Violence Fact Sheet, that two studies found “at least 40% of police officer families experience domestic violence, in contrast to 10% of families in the general population… A police department that has domestic violence offenders among its ranks will not effectively serve and protect victims in the community.”
Forgie- “That’s because of three things, the study says: 1. The officer who is abusing them has a gun. 2. The officer who is abusing them knows the location of battered women’s shelters. 3. The officer who is abusing them knows how to manipulate the system to avoid penalty and/or shift blame to the victim.”
70% of all targeted individuals are single older women. When a targeted individual requests assistance from law enforcement or fire department due to directed energy weapons attacks, most often the woman is placed in a 96 hour hold for ‘evaluation’. Why are police officers so quick to dismiss DEW crimes against married and (but especially) single women seeking their assistance?
From the HUFFPOST HIGHLINE June 21, 2017 “The Super Predators, When the man who abuses you is also a cop.” by Melissa Jeltsen and Dana Liebelson. “In 1991, a researcher at Arizona State University testified to a congressional committee about a survey she’d conducted of more than 700 police officers. Forty percent admitted that they had “behaved violently against their spouse and children” in the past six months (although the study didn’t define “violence.”) In a 1992 survey of 385 male officers, 28 percent admitted to acts of physical aggression against a spouse in the last year—including pushing, kicking, hitting, strangling and using a knife or gun. Both studies cautioned that the real numbers could be even higher; there has been startlingly little research since. “
In The Atlantic of Sept. 19, 2014 “Police Have a Much Bigger Domestic-Abuse Problem Thank the NFL Does” by Conor Friedersdorf. “… I’d urge everyone who believes in zero tolerance for NFL employees caught beating their wives or girlfriends to direct as much attention—or ideally, even more attention—at police officers who assault their partners. Several studies have found that the romantic partners of police officers suffer domestic abuse at rates significantly higher than the general population. And while all partner abuse is unacceptable, it is especially problematic when domestic abusers are literally the people that battered and abused women are supposed to call for help.”
Freidersdorf: “If there’s any job that domestic abuse should disqualify a person from holding, isn’t it the one job that gives you a lethal weapon, trains you to stalk people without their noticing, and relies on your judgment and discretion to protect the abused against domestic abusers?”
“Research is so scant and inadequate that a precise accounting of the problem’s scope is impossible, as The New York Times concluded in a 2013 investigation that was nevertheless alarming. “In many departments, an officer will automatically be fired for a positive marijuana test, but can stay on the job after abusing or battering a spouse,” the newspaper reported.”
Freidersdorf- “Subsequently, Ms. Magazine reported, a “review of 227 domestic violence cases involving LAPD officers… In more than 75 percent of confirmed cases, the personnel file omitted or downplayed the domestic abuse. Of those accused of domestic violence, 29 percent were later promoted and 30 percent were repeat offenders.” -Thank you Atlantic and Freidersdorf.
If police officers can treat the women in their families with less respect than the average male civilian head of householder does. Is it any surprise that police officers across the United States discount DEW crimes women as targeted individuals endure? Not to mention single older women?
From corrosioninfo: Help and info for Targeted Individuals April 13, 2016 by lostartofasecret, “GB Wills: The Illegal UK Register of Targeted Individuals.” The author writes, “This post… found on Google… was posted on a David Icke Forum in 2013 by a person using the username Sarah Jane in reply to the subject of Threat Assessment Teams & Gang Stalking by a user known as Gangstalker…
Confession by ‘Gangstalker’- “… In the Corporate Environment it is known that your name can be put on a register if you a threaten potential corporate secrets. The Police can add you, and do. It is an illegal register if your name is on it you will be gangstalked all your lives, few know it. It appears when you find out what they are doing i.e phone taping, surveillance without your knowledge, mobile phone hacking, TV Signal hacking using your DVB boxes to survey into your homes because this group have IT Service managers from Corporate companies working for them, they then go into your background and show you what they know.”
“Many Targeted Individuals wonder how they could be placed on a list in the first place? Who has the power or the authority to do such a thing? If you live in a country such as the U.K. your local councils have this ability as displayed in the Jane Clift case. If you live in the U.S. or Canada it might be the task of what’s called a threat assessment team.“
“The threat assessment teams and who they are comprised of seem to make no concessions or allowances for being evaluated by a team of peers. Eg. In court cases they try to encourage a variety of jurors, so that a person being judged can be evaluated by a peer of their jurors. This in theory allows for fairer trials and outcomes. With the threat assessment teams there are no such guidelines for who the team is comprised of, or what the make up of the team should be. This may or may not account for why the Targeted Individual community has seen an above average targeting of females and minorities. In addition dissenters such as whistle-blowers, extremist site members, and conspiracy site members are also starting to show up above average.“
“Once in place the team is ready to take tips from the community around them. Generally the team will liaison with Human Resources, The police, Employee Assistance Program, Mental health, and when a report comes in they use these other resources to assist with their assessment of the Target.”
“Reports can be filed via a form, the reports can be filed anonymously. This means that the person making the accusation need not have any accountability for making a false report. This might not be the case in every area, but in most of the threat assessment guidelines I came across, reports could be filed anonymously. Keep in mind that report are likely primarily initiated by human resources, campus resources, etc. However anonymous reporting of any kind leaves an organization open to abuses of the system that might be difficult to identify or remedy.”
The threat assessment team works in a four part process.
1. Identify persons of concern
2. Gather information/investigate
3. Assess information and situation
4. Manage the situation
If unaware of the guidelines being used to assess them, targets could well be entrapped or tricked into making suggestive statements. Also once those around the target perceive that the target is under investigation, normal everyday behaviours that would have been brushed aside, become significant, and everything the target does is cause for alarm.
The threat assessment team will also circumvent laws such as FERPA and HIPAA to get around laws that would usually prevent an invasion of the targets rights and privacy.
Information is recorded and reported 24/7 and often stored in some form of centralized database. The records are crossed referenced with police and other contacts.
Once a Target is listed for monitoring, even if they move away from the university, place of employment, or community, if they are still perceived to be a threat to others the remote monitoring, or case management will continue.
What targets may wish to do in future is redirect F.O.I.A. (Freedom Of Information Act) requests to these agencies. Targets may also wish to have their lawyers make a cease and desist request to these threat assessment teams in regards to the overly invasive monitoring that is allowed. In future Targeted Individuals might even be able to come together and aim class action lawsuits or individual, and human rights lawsuits at these teams. Slander suits and others might also be suitable.” End of Gangstalker testimony.
-Thank you corrosioninfo: Help and info for Targeted Individuals April 13, 2016 by lostartofasecret at- https://gangstalkinginfoblog.wordpress.com/2016/04/13/gb-wills-the-illegal-uk-register-of-targeted-individuals/
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