Post a New Question

history

posted by .

uniforms of united states police

  • history -

    We have city police and state police with lots of different uniforms but there is no agency called "United States Police". There are many federal law enforcement agencies such as the FBI and the Border Patrol and military police but they all have different uniforms or simply plain clothes.

Respond to this Question

First Name
School Subject
Your Answer

Similar Questions

  1. history

    why was the Open Door Policy important to the United States?
  2. history/MS.SUE

    Ms.Sue please check this why was the Open Door Policy important to the United States?
  3. world history

    The thirteen stripes on this United States flag represent the number of A- original colonies B- revolutionary war battles C- president of the United States D- states in the Union
  4. criminal law

    •Should the United States combine all the police agencies into one national police organization?
  5. History

    8. What was the Eisenhower Doctrine? A.) The United States would liberate the countries behind the iron curtain. B.) The United States would use force to help any Middle Eastern nation threatened by communism. *C.) The United States
  6. United states history

    What similarities do you see between the United States today and the United States of the past?
  7. Civics

    5.   The United States Constitution delegates police powers mainly to  A. state and local authorities. B. the president of the United States. C. Congress. D. the National Guard. A?
  8. History

    Henry Clay: What did they say about their hopes for the future of the United States?
  9. United States History

    How is this map different from a typical map of the United States?
  10. History

    "Americans had decided how to rule their new territories. When the war with Spain began, the United States pledged to "leave the government and control of cuba to its people." In what way did the United States fail to keep the promise …

More Similar Questions

Post a New Question