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To protect and to serve - Motto of the Haitian National Police

To protect and to serve - Motto of the Haitian National Police

To protect and to serve is often refereed to: "To Protect and to Serve", the motto of the Los Angeles Police Department since the 1960's but did you know, it is also the motto of the Haitian National Police force.

In french, the motto is "Proteger et Servir".

Many other police forces have adopted this motto across the United States. So has the police in Haiti.

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Haitian Police kicking a burning tire during a street protest

Haitian Police kicking a burning tire during a street protest

When Haitians protest against the government, then burn car tires (boule kawotchou) in street corners to disrupt traffic.

If your Haitian friends tell you "kawotchou ap boule," it means there is a street protest in Haiti... LOL...

This is a picture of a Haitian policeman from the Departmental Unit of the Maintenance of Order (UDMO) kicking a burning tire left by protesters during the street protest to attempt to clear the streets.

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Haitian police vehicle on fire - Thiotte Haiti

Haitian police vehicle on fire - Thiotte Haiti

Look at this photo... . Fifteen Haitian police officers are in trouble in Thiotte. Their vehicles are on fire after a failed operation.

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PHOTO: Haiti - New Police Graduates, 25th Promotion

PHOTO: Haiti - New Police Graduates, 25th Promotion

Look at this photo... Haiti - New Police Graduates, the 25th Promotion of the Haiti National Police force... January 2015...

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Wesnel Isaac - America's Most Wanted arrested in Haiti

Wesnel Isaac - America's Most Wanted arrested in Haiti

Wesnel Isaac, a documented gang member and alleged enforcer for the Haitian street gang Zoe Pound, Isaac who was wanted by the Lee County Sheriff's Office in Florida for multiple violent offenses including triple homicide, attempted homicide, kidnapping, home invasion and felon in possession of a firearm was arrested Saturday 10 Mar 2014 in Carrefour, Haiti by Haiti's National Police.

On Thursday, 22 Mar 2014, members of the U.S. Marshals Service Florida / Caribbean Regional Fugitive Task Force traveled to Haiti to repatriate him to Fort Myers in the United States.

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POLITOUR - Haiti Tourism Police

POLITOUR - Haiti Tourism Police

POLITOUR is the new Haiti tourism Police force. these officers speak a little English, a little Spanish, they are trained in tourism, geography, they can guide a tourist in the right direction, they can also arrest anyone who is disturbing the peace in the designated tourist areas of Haiti.

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Men Police Peyi a Wi LOL... Haiti Police Women

Men Police Peyi a Wi LOL... Haiti Police Women

Gade photo saa... 2 bel policier fanm Haitienne abiye a bout pantalon... Bagay maleu net... Mwen pa konnen pou ou men... Mwen anvi fe yon dezod pou de policier sa yo ka arete-m...

Photo source: Facebook

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Haiti - Protester throwing rocks at Police

Haiti - Protester throwing rocks at Police

Look at this photo... a Haitian protester throwing rocks at the police.

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Haiti - Manifestan ap voye wosh sou La Police

Haiti - Manifestan ap voye wosh sou La Police

Gade photo saa... Yon manifestan ki ap voye wosh sou la police.

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POLITOUR Haiti Insignia - Tourism Police in Haiti

POLITOUR Haiti Insignia - Tourism Police in Haiti

PHOTO: Here is Isignia of Haiti's POLITOUR - The new Tourism police in Haiti.

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