JAPANESE POLICE OFFICERS FOR KINDLELE SCHOOL ARE PROTECTED BY THE POWER OF THEIR KINDLET, AN OFFICER WHO IS ALSO A KIDS LITTLE BOY told Reuters.
They are not just the kids’ guardian, they are their teachers too.
Police in Japan have a long history of enforcing strict discipline, including in the wake of the 1986 assassination of Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda.
It is now a national crisis.
Japanese police have used force against civilians for over 100 years.
A large part of the blame lies with the country’s growing social isolation.
Its population is aging and many are looking to work abroad, particularly in China, the country that has become the world’s largest economy.
The police have a reputation for brutality and they have often been involved in killings, including last year’s shooting of a man who tried to rob a shopping mall.
Many young men, often teenagers, have died as a result of police violence.
Karen Wintemute, a researcher at the University of California-Berkeley, told Reuters that the growing police force is making the police less accountable to the public.
“The police, in the words of one officer, have become a ‘superstate’.” ‘A bully in the street’ A spokesman for the Japanese police said in an email that the department’s response to the case was “not a matter of the police” but rather a matter for the police.
He added that the officer had not been disciplined by the police, and the incident was being investigated.
But in the end, the police say that they will take any necessary measures to protect the children they are charged with protecting.
In a statement, a spokesman for Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said that he was deeply troubled by the incident.
Mr Abe said in a statement: “The police department’s reaction to the incident has been an important issue, and I am deeply concerned about the safety of the children who were taken into custody.”
Police are also worried that some children may be bullied by their teachers.
As many as 30,000 schoolchildren are believed to be at risk of sexual abuse or exploitation by teachers, according to an analysis by the Japan Association for Civil Liberties.
Children have been forced to watch porn, and some are being subjected to physical punishment and sexual harassment, according a report by the National Police Agency.
An increasing number of police are also being accused of mistreating inmates.
One Japanese jailer has been accused of beating a prisoner with a metal bar, and another inmate reportedly suffered from stomach pain after he was held against his will.
Japan has also been rocked by a series of sexual assaults and harassment cases.
On Wednesday, a court in Tokyo convicted a policeman for sexually abusing a 16-year-old girl.