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Police Court

According to different law dictionaries, police court is a court of inferior strata which has the authority of prosecution of minor cases. They can also hold the criminals arrested for graver offense for the trial. The Police Court are mainly for the purpose of ensuring integrity, law and order in the area of jurisdiction. These courts especially take up cases for hearing offenses with respect to patrol, traffic and local crime prevention. The police services in village, counties and cities include the security in specific buildings, enforcing parking ban, traffic rules maintenance and investigation in matter of suspicion over law breaking. Their duty also involves attending 911 emergency call services, patrolling streets, monitoring high-tension areas and soliciting complaints. Any one who breaches such orders are primarily summoned in the police courts where the case is trialed following a file suit.

These police court departments are under the City Administrator who is considered as the Mayor. It is under the supervision of such police customs where local law offences are initially filed and are trialed in the respective Police courts of that area.

In this regard, it is pretty relevant to understand the role of The Supreme Court of the United States Police. It is a small federal law enforcement agency headquartered in the District of Columbia, whose mission is to ensure the integrity of the constitutional mission of the Supreme Court by protecting the United States Supreme Court building, Chief Justice, Associate Justices, employees, guests, and visitors. Units of the Supreme Court Police include Uniformed Services, Protective Services, Threat Assessment Unit, Background Investigation Unit, Honor Guard, Key Response Squad and Haz Mat or Bomb Response. Additional responsibilities include courtroom security, dignitary protection, emergency response, and providing assistance to building visitors.

Access Pertinent Police Court Records

Each and every case in the Police Court are listed in the Police Public Records which eventually databases all offenses in that particular area, be it Police City Records, Police County Records, District Police Records or State Police Records. With the alarming increase of local offenses, the file suits in the Criminal Police Records are numerous. Having mentioned this, it is virtually impossible to share such records to the public. For this reason unlike other Court Records, Policing Records are not readily accessible online.

The following is a trial case in a police court of U.S. In a recent Police case of T.C. Memorandum 2009-177, in U.S. Tax Court Stephen J. Trollope, Petitioner vs. Commissioner of Internal Revenue, Respondent Docket No. 25907-06, filed on July 30, 2009, it was David B. Porter, for the petitioner and Trent D. Usitalo, for the respondent to fight the trial in the court

This case is brought before the Court on petitioner's motion for the recovery of administrative and litigation costs brought under section 7430 and Rule 231.1-2. The respondent determined a deficiency of $1,042,674 in petitioner's Federal income tax for the year 2001 but the deficiency arose from respondent's dividend income adjustment of $2,605,126 under sections 301 and 316 of the law. Respondent subsequently conceded the deficiency as it was related to the net income adjustment.

It is the goal of the Police Department to continue pro-active law enforcement by networking with the citizens and any offences against them is brought to the notice of Policing Courts where it is listed in the Records and trialed.