Federal Reserve Police Local 385 (NJ PBA)
United States Federal Reserve Police
The Federal Reserve is a private banking cartel that is independent of the Federal government. As outlined by the director of the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland:
The private aspect of the System is represented by the 12 regional Reserve Banks. Each of these Banks has its own charter and is governed by an independent board of directors, under the general oversight of the Board of Governors.
So why did George Bush assign domestic policing powers to a non-governmental agency under the “Patriot Act”? As seen above from this police department’s Facebook page, they consider themselves a “Governmental Organization”. This government has become a façade whose sole purpose is to loot the people through taxation, redistribution, inflation and outright theft. Their final goal is subjugation. This goal transcends political parties, governmental agencies and labor unions.
The government will never define “fair share” but we all know that this means “more“. How much ammunition does the government need to arm the National Weather Service, the Social Security Administration and now the Federal Reserve? The answer again is “more“. Will more be enough? Ask a battle hardened veteran who has sworn an oath to the Constitution. Ask a man who has Sacred honor and understands that Liberty is not free.
by Pam Martens
By mid morning on Monday, September 17, as Occupy Wall Street protesters marched around the perimeter of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, all signs that an FRPD (Federal Reserve Police Department) existed had disappeared. The FRPD patrol cars and law enforcement officers had been replaced by NYPD patrol cars and officers. That decision may have been made to keep from drawing attention to a mushrooming new domestic police force that most Americans do not know exists.
Quietly, without fanfare or Congressional hearings, the USA Patriot Act in 2001 bestowed on the 12 privately owned Federal Reserve Banks, domestic policing powers.
Section 364 of the Act, “Uniform Protection Authority for Federal Reserve,” reads: “Law enforcement officers designated or authorized by the Board or a reserve bank under paragraph (1) or (2) are authorized while on duty to carry firearms and make arrests without warrants for any offense against the United States committed in their presence…Such officers shall have access to law enforcement information that may be necessary for the protection of the property or personnel of the Board or a reserve bank.”
The police officers are technically known as FRLEO, short for Federal Reserve Law Enforcement Officer. The system has its own police academies for training, their own patch and badges, uniforms, pistols, rifles, police cars and the power to arrest coast to coast without a warrant. They have ranks of Sergeant, Lieutenant, Captain and a recruitment ad campaign with the slogan: “It’s about respect and recognition from your peers. It’s you.”