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Psychiatry and duties of police

What should police know about psychiatry?

If a person raises issues relevant to individual rights, rights of people, or oppression, he or she is labeled a mentally challenged person or one with mental illness.

This can happen with oppression from monopoly or gang members or without involvement of monopoly and/or gang members.

If there is an emergency call, a 911 call, or a non-emergency call and police are told this person has a psychiatric problem, serious mental illness, or behavioral problem, what should police do?

Police must get answers to relevant questions.
Is this a frivolous allegation or retaliation?
Is this in any way misinterpretation of facts to inflict intentional enforced harms?
Is a monopoly, gang member, or harmful people trying to utilize police for a vested malicious purpose?
Are they trying to utilize police to oppress this person?
Is the person raising genuine issues?
Are the basic needs of the person being violated?
Is the person overtly and covertly been harmed and oppressed?
Has the person given written details of the issues and harms?

If the answer to any question is yes, this is a case of intentional enforced harms.

Are the complainants good charactered, well behaved, with insight of rights, state economy, state planning and development, and state budget?

What should police do if they discover people are intentionally been harmed, oppressed by a monopoly or gang members who do not know the basics of good character, good behavior, insight of rights, state planning and development, state economy, and state budget?

What should police write in their report?
This is a case of intentional enforced harms.
Police have to side with the oppressed.
The case should go for adjudication.

Oppressors, monopolists, and gang members need to be charged with criminal offenses that could include:
Deprivation of rights under the color of law.
Intentional enforced harms.
Other harms as per relevant legal concepts.
Most of the time, a harmful nexus has a network outside the state and outside the continent. Their criminal nexus abroad should be charged.