How to help someone with a gunshot wound

When police officers and paramedics arrived at the scene of the Pittsburgh shooting in the early hours of April 17, they rushed to transport the injured to the hospital.


HIV hides within immune system's 'police stations'

Antiretroviral therapy (ART) is highly effective at controlling HIV infections, but the virus never completely goes away. Instead, it hides in roughly one in every 1 million immune cells.

Autism spectrum disorders

Autistic defendants are being failed by the criminal justice system

The criminal justice system (CJS) is failing autistic people, argue researchers at the Autism Research Centre, University of Cambridge, after a survey of lawyers found that an overwhelming majority of their clients were not ...

Diseases, Conditions, Syndromes

Italy requires coronavirus vaccines for people 50 and older

The Italian government approved a measure Wednesday requiring people older than 50 to be vaccinated against the coronavirus, as the country struggles with nearly daily new records of fresh infections fueled by the omicron ...

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A police service is a public force empowered to enforce the law and to ensure public and social order through the legitimized use of force.

The term is most commonly associated with police services of a state that are authorized to exercise the police power of that state within a defined legal or territorial area of responsibility. The word comes via French Policier, from Latin politia ("civil administration"), from ancient Greek πόλις ("city").

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