knowledge of such deeds, take measures to protect the scene of the incident,and ascertain witnesses of the crime; ensure the protection of the rights, legalinterests, and health of persons who are arrested and brought to policequarters, and provide first aid to victims of law violations and persons whoare in a helpless state; take all possible measures to save the property of citizens, the state, public organizations, and other organizations in theevent of natural calamity, catastrophe, accidents, or other emergencysituations, etc. In carrying out their duties, police officers must respect andpreserve the dignity of the people, and must ensure and protect their rights andfreedoms. Thus the activity of a police officer is a very specific one. He/she mustbehave and act as a representative of authority, protect legitimate interestsof people, society and the state, she/he has always follow
"The Code of Honor of Officers" (The Law on Police ,article 3)
Violation of the saidrequirements is to be condemned, as well as it incurs moral and disciplinaryresponsibility.
It goes without saying that the main aspect of this profession and work iscommunication between the society and the police professionals. Regrettably,there is little trust in the police from citizens, as often it is the case that peoplehave contacts with officers in situations of violation of regulations and law (onroads, in dealing with property) and in crime. Very often this sort of