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Based on my personal encounters with Japanese police my impression is

Very favorable
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8%
Somewhat favorable
16
26%
Neutral (neither favorable, nor unfavorable)
15
25%
Somewhat unfavorable
7
11%
Very unfavorable
11
18%
Doesn't apply to me/Have not had any personal encounters with the Japanese police
7
11%
 
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Re: The Japanese Police Thread

Unread post by Mogura » Sat Apr 10, 2010 2:11 pm

Would the upskirt photographing Keystone cops from Kanagawa kindly educate the Keystone cops in Wakayama on the merits of hidden cameras?

Source: http://www.japantoday.com/category/crim ... coin-thief
Officers hide in closet for six evenings to nab coin thief
Wednesday 07th April, 05:43 AM JST

WAKAYAMA —
Two police officers arrested a 16-year-old boy on Tuesday for allegedly stealing 862 yen in coins at a home in Wakayama Prefecture after they hid in a closet there every evening for six days, police said.

The officers lay in wait for the thief after the 83-year-old resident of the home in Kinokawa told police that his wallet had been stolen from his home twice in March, and caught the boy red-handed. They had been hiding in the closet of the man’s bedroom from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. since last Thursday in accordance with the estimated time of the previous thefts.
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Re: The Japanese Police Thread

Unread post by Mogura » Fri Apr 16, 2010 9:21 pm

Are they the lemmings? wrote:Don't bother with names; ask for their ID number. They must provide it when asked.
How would you ask for that in Japanese?
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Re: The Japanese Police Thread

Unread post by InTheColdLightOfDay » Thu Apr 22, 2010 9:30 pm

On the other side of the street from my apartment the police sometime have a kind of speed trap set up.
There are a couple of police further down the road watching the traffic, ready to radio to the people ahead if anyone's speeding.
The number of police at the stopping area, so not including the look-outs, is... 8. Eight!!
Any time I've been leaving or coming back to my apartment there's invariably been at least 5 or 6 of them standing about doing bugger all.
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Unread post by allblacks » Thu Apr 22, 2010 9:45 pm

Why do the cops patrol on bikes in groups of 2 or 3? What a bunch of wimps.

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Unread post by exUsagiCoalMiner » Thu Apr 22, 2010 11:44 pm

InTheColdLightOfDay wrote:On the other side of the street from my apartment the police sometime have a kind of speed trap set up.
There are a couple of police further down the road watching the traffic, ready to radio to the people ahead if anyone's speeding.
The number of police at the stopping area, so not including the look-outs, is... 8. Eight!!
Any time I've been leaving or coming back to my apartment there's invariably been at least 5 or 6 of them standing about doing bugger all.
Well done, lads. :roll:
This happens near/right outside my university sometimes, too. It's fucked. 4 cops manning a radar gun, on each side of the street, plus six more to line up and give tickets further down the road; again, each side of the street. 20 cops just out to get their quotas.
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Unread post by Level3 » Tue Apr 27, 2010 2:42 am

J cops doing speed traps is much better than J cops doing any other kind of law enforcement activity, or at least the kind they prefer to do - "random" bicycle checks, harassing gaijin at airports, beating confessions out of innocent people, scolding battered housewives and assaulted women for troubling their nap time in daring to try to file a report of a crime, letting murderers run free if the victim is gaijin, etc.

If you get caught in a speed trap, well, it can normally be assumed that there is actual proof that you are guilty (from a radar gun that hasn't been re-calibrated in 8 years, if ever, but that's another story), unless they're being just as arbitrary and pulling over "random" cars and the radar gun is just for show.
No interrogations for 23 days, no torture, and apparently it ties up well over 10 officers? Least worst option.

If we're gonna have an ineffective police force, with occasional bouts of rounding up and beating the suual suspects to keep up a nice quota with a 99% conviction rate, this lame-ass activity sounds great to me.
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Re: The Japanese Police Thread

Unread post by exUsagiCoalMiner » Tue Apr 27, 2010 9:00 am

Level3 wrote:If we're gonna have an ineffective police force, with occasional bouts of rounding up and beating the suual suspects to keep up a nice quota with a 99% conviction rate, this lame-ass activity sounds great to me.
I agree. I was just saying how ridiculous it is - like everything else the plods attempt to do here.
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Re: The Japanese Police Thread

Unread post by Mogura » Sun Jul 24, 2011 10:22 pm

J-Cops behaving badly...

Source: http://www.japantoday.com/category/crim ... ctice-case
Inspector, 2 ex-cops arrested over data leak in fatal medical malpractice case

Jul. 23, 2011 - 07:00AM JST

TOKYO —

The Tokyo Metropolitan Police Department said at a news conference on Friday that an inspector and two former officers have been arrested over leaked data concerning an investigation into a malpractice case involving a woman who died after receiving liposuction at a cosmetic surgery clinic.

A police department official said that the three men arrested were Inspector Yoichi Shirotori, 58, and two former inspectors, Noriaki Nakamichi, 53, and Miyakazu Ishihara, 61, who had left the police department and were working at Shinagawa Cosmetic Surgery Group.

Police department spokesman Kenichi Sakurazawa said Shirotori, whose department investigates cases of professional negligence, is suspected of tipping off his former colleagues in advance about the police raids, as well as handing them documents on the investigation and advising them and the clinic how to deal with the investigation. He called Shirotori’s actions “abominable.”

According to an NHK report, a 70-year-old woman died after having the surgery at the Ikebukuro branch of the cosmetic surgery clinic in December 2009. Nakamichi and Ishihara landed jobs with the company in early 2010. Shirotori allegedly alerted them last summer that an investigation into the woman’s death had been ordered. Shirotori was in charge of the investigation, Sakurazawa said.

The 38-year-old surgeon who performed the liposuction was arrested in April on a charge of professional negligence resulting in death.
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Unread post by allblacks » Mon Jul 25, 2011 3:29 pm

For quite a while I have been selling used nav stuff and finally the cops decided its time to see who I was and where the nav stuff came from.

So I get a call from the local cops at night. I didnt know the number at first then realized later that it was indeed the plods. And then then next morning at like 8 am on the way to work I get another call from them. I couldnt hear what he was saying half the time and he said he would call back. So then on Saturday he does. We had a short discussion about things and I was refusing to tell them much information about myself and my navigation gear.

All of my stuff comes from overseas. The cars which leave Japan usually have something fitted to them and we have it taken out by auto electricians in NZ and buy it from the cars owners. Hence my contention to the cops that all my stuff was legally obtained. In order to get out of Japan it must also clear Japanese customs. Two checks before we get it.

I had a bit of a verbal fight on the phone with this cop. I was pissed off that he decided to call at night and so early in the morning. He ended up bellowing at me for refusing to talk to him and called me back on his cell phone. Since I have nothing to hide I told him to come over to my address and talk. He brought another guy with him and I showed him all the serial numbers of stuff I have sold in the past.

He reckons that I need to get a second-hand goods licence to sell stuff from my home. Im happy to do this. I know I should probably have gotten that before. Apparently the cops are watching you when you sell stuff online like I did. And Yahoo! auctions pass along all your details to the police as a matter of course. I guess be careful out there if you are selling stuff online...

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Unread post by exUsagiCoalMiner » Mon Jul 25, 2011 3:56 pm

Yet the protection of privacy is number one here... :huh:
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Unread post by inflames » Tue Jul 26, 2011 12:14 pm

allblacks wrote: He reckons that I need to get a second-hand goods licence to sell stuff from my home.
They were just being pissy with this. They saw it online and probably got real excited when they heard a foreign name, thinking you were fencing shit from stolen cars (never mind that you probably have more stuff than the number of stolen cars). I'd be willing to bet that 99% of the people on Yahoo or selling shit online don't have the 古物商許可 (apparently what the thing is called). Also apparently you only need it if selling more than 1 item at a time.

It's one of these things that really fucks me off about this country. Tons of shit is illegal and people break the law about it all the time and the cops don't care. Why? Because when they don't like you, they now have something to arrest you for. Or when the cops decide to crack down on crime, all they have to do is "discover" these crimes.

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Unread post by allblacks » Tue Jul 26, 2011 12:28 pm

Yes well they have not come back to me about things so problem solved. Naturally I have to give them their cut for the licence. Who cares cos its only 20000 yen. It's like you have to bribe the police so you can sell things.

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Aah so this is why they have a hair up their arse?

http://dailynews.yahoo.co.jp/fc/domesti ... 1311723466
大阪など西日本を中心とした11府県警がカーナビ窃盗団摘発に乗り出し、7グループ約40人を窃盗容疑で逮捕、さらに、盗んだカーナビを買い取っていたとして、暴力団組員を逮捕していたことがわかった。被害はカーナビ盗では過去最大規模の計約2000件(約4億円相当)に上る。(
Reads: "Car navigation theft ring smashed"

Of course this happened in Osaka and west Japan. So this is why they are pretending to care?

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Re: The Japanese Police Thread

Unread post by Mogura » Fri Jul 29, 2011 8:03 pm

Here is more on this...

Source: http://www.japantoday.com/category/crim ... on-systems
42 gang members arrested over theft of car navigation systems

Jul. 29, 2011 - 06:48AM JST

TOKYO —

The National Police Agency said Thursday that 42 gang members affiliated with the Yamaguchi crime syndicate were arrested earlier this week on charges of stealing car navigation systems. The arrests were the result of a joint police inquiry that involved investigators from 11 prefectures.

Police said the gang sold the car navigation systems and other stolen items to second-hand shops and dealer, often online, netting around 350 million yen. An NPA spokesman told a news conference that the group operated in 17 different prefectures.
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Unread post by allblacks » Mon Aug 01, 2011 5:28 pm

The cops have probably found their man so theyre leaving me be. Pretty soon I will have a used goods licence so it doesnt matter though. Its pretty interesting that used navigation is so popular here. Apparently Japanese people dont like used stuff. :rotfl:

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Unread post by allblacks » Fri Aug 05, 2011 6:37 pm

GENIUS!

http://www.japantoday.com/category/crim ... ng-gaoline
FUKUSHIMA —
A police officer was suspended for six months after it was revealed that he stole gasoline for private use using his police patrol car, Fukushima prefectural police said Sunday.

According to police, the 44-year-old traffic division head patrol officer had gas station staff in the town of Inawashiro fill his tank beyond its 20-liter limit. He is supected to have put the surpliuse fuel into a container which he then would use for his private vehicle. Police said the officer had done this on at least 28 occasions.

According to a report on TV Asahi, the scam was eventually uncovered by the police accounting team who realized that the officer’s car was using an unusual amount of fuel. The officer was quoted as saying that he thought of the idea because the price of gasoline had gone up and he wanted to economize.

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Unread post by exUsagiCoalMiner » Sat Aug 06, 2011 1:26 am

FUKUSHIMA
A police officer was suspended for six months after it was revealed that he stole gasoline for private use using his police patrol car, Fukushima prefectural police said Sunday.
With all the shit they've had over these last months, and with the POS job the gov is doing, I say fuck it, let him have the petrol. If the gas station people are cool with it, who gives a shit?
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Unread post by allblacks » Mon Aug 08, 2011 6:29 pm

Its just so anal counting petrol usage like that. I had a boss that did that shit before. He insisted that I owed them 3000 yen each month because I used their car for private stuff. Thing was...it was a Kei. Im 6"3 and BARELY fit in one of them. I kept telling him I drove the wifes sedan but he kept insisting I used it privately. No way would the car have a slight leak of petrol nor would the performance get worse after 15 years of use!

Anyway, I saw it was Fukushima too. It's just another scandal to add to the myriad of BS the cops seem to do.

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Unread post by Mogura » Thu Aug 18, 2011 6:16 pm

Camera Wars...

Source: http://www.japantoday.com/category/crim ... -in-kagawa
Patrol officer arrested over convenience store toilet camera in Kagawa

Crime Aug. 18, 2011 - 06:30AM JST

KAGAWA —

A police officer in Takamatsu, Kagawa Prefecture, has been arrested after confessing to installing a miniature video camera in a public toilet at a convenience store in an attempt to video shoppers. According to TBS, the accused—identified as 36-year-old Ryo Tanigawa, a head patrol officer of the traffic division—finished his shift at 2 p.m. on Monday, before entering the unisex bathroom of a convenience store in Miki and affixing the camera to the floor at around 3 p.m.

The camera was discovered on Tuesday by the store manager during a routine inspection and reported to the police, TBS reported. An examination of the store’s CCTV camera footage led investigators back to Tanigawa.
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Unread post by allblacks » Tue Aug 23, 2011 1:53 pm

So the cops decided to let me be. We tried to apply for a licence and they said it wasnt necessary given my situation.

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Unread post by Mogura » Tue Aug 23, 2011 7:11 pm

This is a fascinating and informative lecture on the U.S. Fifth Amendment.

I am not 100% sure as to whether Japanese law allows for a similar provision (my feeling is that it doesn't). Nevertheless, some of the topics covered can apply, should you find yourself in trouble with police in Japan (e.g., how claiming that you're innocent even when you are actually innocent can later bite you in the ass, the psychology behind the police "interview", writing an apology letter). It's about 50 minutes long.

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Unread post by Shawn » Thu Sep 15, 2011 9:10 am

The cops really are useless, aren't they. Two first-hand accounts to add to the thread:

1. I'm walking to work in Shimbashi in Tokyo and notice that there is cop on the corner, presumably cracking down on jaywalkers. It's early in the morning and there is little traffic on the road, so people tend to ignore the lights when there are no cars around. So, people are jaywalking left and right, and this cop blows this whistle and offer a "kora!" or two. Everybody ignores him. If he actually made an effort to ticket jaywalkers, maybe the streets would be a little safer but he just stood there snarling.

2. Route 464 in Chiba is nice stretch of road ideal for morons wanting to burn some rubber. Last night this car does about 6 or 7 donuts in the intersection in front of my apartment, making a tremendous racket. There is also a koban at this intersection and I have never seen the police do anything to crack down on the speedsters. :FU:

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Unread post by Mogura » Thu Sep 15, 2011 9:38 am

I can add another.

A few weeks ago, while it was still summer vacation for students, I passed by a video arcade on my walk home one evening. A group of male high schoolers had assembled in a parking space outside the entrance of the arcade (despite it being summer vacation they were still wearing their school uniforms, albeit in a disheveled manner), and there was a cop there trying to "diffuse" the situation (probably trying to tell them that they cannot loiter there). Anyway, the leader of the pack was mouthing off to the cop, calling him "baka" among other things to which his cohorts would laugh it up, and then throw in their own verbal jabs. The cop didn't really assert himself, despite the disrespect and the fact that the highschoolers were insistent on staying put, he looked scared in fact. Anyway, I walked on shaking my head...
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Unread post by allblacks » Thu Sep 15, 2011 10:04 am

Japan probably doesnt have truant officers? Used to be that the public would call the school they came from and dob them in. At least thats what I heard.

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Unread post by Mogura » Thu Sep 15, 2011 10:26 am

allblacks wrote:Japan probably doesnt have truant officers? Used to be that the public would call the school they came from and dob them in. At least thats what I heard.
It was evening, around 7 or 8.

I seriously doubt Japan has truant officers. I see kids hanging out in Starbucks, etc. all of the time during school hours (and yes, they're wearing their uniforms).
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Unread post by angryboy » Thu Sep 15, 2011 1:37 pm

I just remembered one from a few months back - not mine but a private student.
A mental health clinic opened in the area early this year and since then there have been
a lot of weird types around the place.Mostly harmless but a few look like they are ready to
go off.
She came home about 10 and no sooner had she locked the door behind her than the doorbell
rang so she looked through the peephole and saw a teenaged dude.She asked through the door
what he wanted and all he said was he had nowhere to stay and could he stay there.She asked
him 3 or 4 times who he was and he answered the same every time.Then she put the chain on
the door and opened it and told him he has to go and if he has a problem to go to the police
station.The station,not a koban, is literally around the corner less than 300m away.He just
kept on about having nowhere to stay so she locked the door again and he kept ringing.
Naturally she is starting to crap herself so she calls the cops and he stops ringing and off he goes.
She tells the story to the keystones and then it goes like this;
KS "Did he attack you?"
Her "No but...."
KS "Did he threaten you?"
H "No but ....."
KS "Did he try to force his way in?"
H "No but ......"
KS "He hasn`t broken any laws so we can`t do anyhting"
H "Can you send someone to check him out?"
KS "He hasn`t broken any laws"
H "But can you at least check?Soemone can walk here in 2 mins.He may be in trouble - he is definitely mentally
disturbed or under the influence of something"
KS "He hasn` broken any laws"

She gave up at that point.How the fuck are you supposed to respect that?
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Unread post by allblacks » Thu Sep 15, 2011 2:18 pm

This happened to me 10 years ago but you dont forget festering stupidity!

There were a bunch of dogs running around where we lived and Mrs Allblacks got scared. She asked me to call the plods. (I know it should have been city hall but this was mid evening.) So I did and the following conversation took place.

Me: Theres a buncha dogs here. My wife feels scared.
Plod: Theres not much we can do.
Me: Can you come and scare them off or something?
Plod: YOU SHOULD THINK OF THE FEELINGS OF THE DOGS. How would you feel if we did that?

I was flabbergasted at that comment and didnt know what to say. To this day I must say I can never bring myself to think of the dogs feelings.

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Unread post by AsahiSupaSpy » Fri Sep 16, 2011 11:06 am

After trying desparately but to no avail to persuade my co-worker (big American lass) to walk from the Izakaya to the karaoke box, I was riding about 5 metres behind her waiting for her to fall.

She took a full on header into a coffin-sized concrete flower box filled with snail sized stones, flanking the stone stairway to a locksmiths. Didn`t even put her hands out. Down like a sack o` spuds.

I got there and helped her out, to take a seat on the steps. She leaned forward and sat still as a pool of blood started spreading at her feet. I asked a passerby to call an ambulance as I hand my hands full pressing an extra t- shirt I was carrying to the L-shaped gash in her forehead, just above her right eye. So the guy made the call and the ambulance and 3 car loads of cops showed up.

First cop comes up to me, fat old guy, probably a sargeant or whatever. Pulls me to a standing position. Finger in my chest.
`Passport!` he says. `Passport!` he repeats for effect.
`Look after my friend!`
`Passport!`
`Look after my friend`
`Passport!`
I think our faces were about 10 centimeters or so apart at this point, and somehow we were seperated and I was surrounded by 4 or 5 younger, more polite, yet no less insistant guys. The questions came thick and fast in Japanese.
Where are you from?
Where do you work?
How long have you been in Japan?
Where is your Gaijin card
Is this your wife?
Where were you tonight?
Where are you going?
How many people were in your party?
What / how much did you / she have to drink?
Where do you / does she live?
Where are your friends now?
Did you push her?
I answered them one by one, and gave an apology and a `wakarimasen` to the ones that might have had them busting in on my friends karaoke session which was by now in full swing I guess. I maintained my composure, showed them my ID and what not and moved the bikes around the corner at their request, taking the opportunity to have a piss against a wall and reply to a couple of texts and calls from my friends.
You ok?
Where are you guys?
Can I help?
Dude you`re missing an awesome night!
Anyway went back to the scene and now they were firing the same questions at my co-worker, who was by now lying on her side having her head bandaged by the medics and occasionally spewing up the wine that she had drunk earlier. They wanted to see her ID and told me to get her wallet out of her pocket, which was underneath her of course. They moved the ambos out of the way so I could do this. I asked them why the medics or they themselves couldn`t do it (as my medical training extends to sticking plasters, dettol and saying `A doctor? Nah fuck that, it`ll be alright.`) but I was met with an `X` and a `You must do it` by way of explanation. I apologised in advance to the girl and pulled her forward a little to get to her pocket. She screamed and promptly vomited, the wound bleeding anew so I stood and said `Get fucked, get the medics to do it`
There was a huddle and a team talk and I guess they thought that was reasonable and no more was said. Finally she was moved into the ambulance, and as she was fully conscious now and realising she was being bundled into an ambulance surrounded by masked Japanese faces and flashing red lights she panicked and started screaming for me. `Where are you?, `Where did you go? and so forth. I wasn`t finished with the cops yet though and had to give up my address (old- luckily I hadn`t updated my card details) and phone number (wrong)

Went to the hospital where she was stiched up, bikes were still there the next day, heard nothing from the cops since.
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Unread post by allblacks » Fri Sep 16, 2011 11:20 am

They really are pieces of shit arent they. Immediately assume you did something and then go on about passport while poking you in the chest! I would have that guy for assault! Imagine the shit storm you would cause by suing him and the police for that!

I hope your friend was all right mate.

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Unread post by exUsagiCoalMiner » Fri Sep 16, 2011 11:25 am

You guys have much better composure than me. Half the stuff posted here would see me arrested for throttling the cop half to death. But, I'm not even sure you could beat some sense into them.
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Unread post by allblacks » Fri Sep 16, 2011 11:39 am

What was the old line? Dont get mad get even? :thumbsup:

Suing them and generally making a huge fuss would put them out more than fighting physically with the cunts.

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