11 thoughts on “German Police Face Downsizing In Tough Economy”

  1. Oh that our police forces could use puppies instead of tanks … economical.

    Their economy is going green:

    Electricity prices across Europe dropped last month as mild temperatures, strong winds and stormy weather produced wind power records in Germany, France and the UK, according to data released by Platts.

    (Record Wind Power Levels Trigger Energy Price Fall Across Europe).

    If the U.S.eh? could lose the war habit it too could lose the oil addiction habit (Peak of The Oil Wars).

  2. That’s brilliant. I’d be in custody in no time with this system. I’d volunteer for custody! Sharing this everywhere. Thanks, Prof!

  3. In East Germany cops traveled in pairs, with the dog being the third member of the team.

    An old joke was that one cop cop could read, the other could write, and the dog was there to watch the two intellectuals.

  4. God put dogs on Earth on the 8th Day to watch over humans and give guidance. In Germany they are called German Shepards, that is a breed of course, but the Shepard aspect of the name implies that they watch over the human flock. Now the human flock might get fleeced by a horse of a different color which is the Lutheran Church usually. Those guys are called Pastors.
    Those of us who are 8th Day Adventists of course do not go near a Lutheran Church except to use the yard. If ya know what I mean.

  5. Great dogs. I was raised calling them “Police dogs” instead of German Shepherds. Of course, I was born in the wake of WW2. I never thought about it until just right now, but I wonder if that’s why?

  6. He is learning. Y’all got to law school in your 20’s. Police dogs start early. Retire early. Little anxiety. Recent problem with Hearsay of The Dog issues because lawyers (humans) are too dumb to raise the objection.

    In the photo that dog is telling the cop that the lady in the red dress is hot to trot and also just shoplifted a piece of jewelry off the jewelry counter there in the mall hall in Heidelberg.

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