Police Commissioner Famous Quotes & Sayings

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15 Police Commissioner Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Police Commissioner Sayings By Gail Simone: I'm not Barbara Gordon. I have to keep remembering that. Tonight, I'm not Barbara. Tonight, I'm not Barbara Gordon. I have to keep remembering that. Tonight, I'm not Barbara. Tonight, I'm not the Police Commissioner's daughter.
Tonight, I'm the one who pored over the details of the confidential police and reports when her dad wasn't looking.
I'm the one who recognized the vintage costumes you wear.
Tonight?
Tonight, I'm Batgirl. — Gail Simone
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Police Commissioner Sayings By Paul Haggis: The hope is what America represents to the world and has always represented - the The hope is what America represents to the world and has always represented - the hope for a better life and a better world. We have a duty to protect and support that hope with not just our words, but with our deeds. — Paul Haggis
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Police Commissioner Sayings By Ethan Nichtern: When we stop asking the question "Whose fault is it?" and start asking the question When we stop asking the question "Whose fault is it?" and start asking the question "How can I work with this now?" then we are truly stepping onto the path of taking responsibility for our karma. When — Ethan Nichtern
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Police Commissioner Sayings By Alexandra Robbins: Instead of revamping school policies to welcome every child, many school systems are bent on Instead of revamping school policies to welcome every child, many school systems are bent on revamping the students to conform to their schools. — Alexandra Robbins
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Police Commissioner Sayings By Charles Barron: Mayor De Blasio's appointment of Bill Bratton as police commissioner is the height of hypocrisy. Mayor De Blasio's appointment of Bill Bratton as police commissioner is the height of hypocrisy. Asking Bratton to stop racial profiling and stop and frisk is like asking an arsonist to help you put out fires. Bratton along with his partner Giuliani started and supported racial profiling stops. A new progressive mayor? I think not! — Charles Barron
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Police Commissioner Sayings By Jan Neruda: The two men were greedily hunched over the table, like two wolves disputing a carcass, The two men were greedily hunched over the table, like two wolves disputing a carcass, but their muttered speech in the echoing hall resembled more the grunting of pigs. One was less than a wolf: he was a public prosecutor. The other was more than a pig, he was a chief commissioner of police. — Jan Neruda
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Police Commissioner Sayings By Anonymous: The automobile industry began a campaign to popularize the use of the word "jaywalking" (walking The automobile industry began a campaign to popularize the use of the word "jaywalking" (walking like a "jay," or rube), a term so derogatory that when it was used in 1915 by New York's police commissioner, The Times responded with an editorial criticizing the "truly shocking" and "highly opprobrious" slur. — Anonymous
Police Commissioner Sayings By Anonymous: The CHP commissioner uttered those words before kicking off a five-hour meeting to talk about The CHP commissioner uttered those words before kicking off a five-hour meeting to talk about mental-health training for police. More then 100 experts and advocates, lawmakers and legislative staff, public health officials, family members and police officers from around the state gathered at the patrol's North Sacramento headquarters. — Anonymous
Police Commissioner Sayings By Edward Conlon: On the second to last day, Lt. Russo, who ran the program, announced, "Unless you On the second to last day, Lt. Russo, who ran the program, announced, "Unless you were at dinner last night and had the opportunity to say 'Howard, pass the salt,' you are going to Brooklyn North and Manhattan North. That's where they need people, and that's where you're going." "Howard" referred to to the Commissioner Safir, and when they read the list of assignments the next afternoon
"Alvarez ... Brooklyn North ... "
"Baker ... Brooklyn North ... "
"Buono ... Manhattan North ... "
"Calderon ... Brooklyn North ... "
"Conlon ... South Bronx Initiative ... "
more than a few people turned around to look. Howard, pass the salt. I was a little surprised myself. — Edward Conlon
Police Commissioner Sayings By Thomas Merton: The very contradictions in my life are in some ways signs of God's mercy to The very contradictions in my life are in some ways signs of God's mercy to me. — Thomas Merton
Police Commissioner Sayings By Shonda Rhimes: I am not lucky. You know what I am? I am smart, I am talented, I am not lucky. You know what I am? I am smart, I am talented, I take advantage of the opportunities that come my way and I work really, really hard. Don't call me lucky. Call me a badass. — Shonda Rhimes
Police Commissioner Sayings By Claire Danes: I'm just always learning lines. I've learned to flag the really crucial scenes, and I I'm just always learning lines. I've learned to flag the really crucial scenes, and I start figuring them out and committing them to memory as soon as I get them. — Claire Danes
Police Commissioner Sayings By Denis Leary: Once you have a firefighter in your family, your family and the families from his Once you have a firefighter in your family, your family and the families from his crew become one big extended family. — Denis Leary
Police Commissioner Sayings By William Ritter: Commissioner Marlowe stood on the platform with his arms crossed as we disembarked. He had Commissioner Marlowe stood on the platform with his arms crossed as we disembarked. He had the cheerful demeanor of someone who has been beaten about the face all night with a sock full of porridge--only even more so than usual. — William Ritter
Police Commissioner Sayings By Laura Childs: I didn't tell you because you're my girlfriend, not the police commissioner. And because it I didn't tell you because you're my girlfriend, not the police commissioner. And because it really isn't any of your business."
Carmela was taken aback for a moment. By his abruptness and his choice of words. "Your girlfriend? Is that what I am?"
"I guess so," said Babcock. He let loose a warm, throaty chuckle, then added, "Face it, we weren't exactly playing tiddlywinks last night."
"Well, no," said Carmela. "But girlfriend just sounds so formal."
"Friend?" suggested Babcock.
"No, no," said Carmela. "I really do prefer the former. — Laura Childs