Lt. General Buck Rogers

Position: Commanding General International Police Commission

Biography

Buck is the Commanding General for IPC Europe, the International Police with the mission to protect and defend human freedoms and individual rights in the legal, legislative and educational arenas and to uphold the United Nations charter of human rights and also extension commands in UN Countries throughout the world. Their mandate is ensuring :

First, the crime of genocide which is characterized by the specific intent to destroy in whole or in part a national, ethnic, racial, or religious group by killing its members or by other means: causing serious bodily or mental harm to members of the group; deliberately inflicting on the group conditions of life calculated to bring about its physical destruction in whole or in part; imposing measures intended to prevent births within the group, or forcibly transferring children of the group to another group.

Second crimes against humanity, which are serious violations committed as part of a large-scale attack against any civilian population. The 15 forms of crimes against humanity listed in the Rome Statute include offenses such as murder, rape, imprisonment, enforced disappearances, enslavement – particularly of women and children, sexual slavery, torture, apartheid, and deportation.

Third, war crimes which are grave breaches of the Geneva conventions in the context of armed conflict and include, for instance, the use of child soldiers; the killing or torture of persons such as civilians or prisoners of war; intentionally directing attacks against hospitals, historic monuments, or buildings dedicated to religion, education, art, science or charitable purposes.

Finally, the fourth crime falling within their jurisdiction is the crime of aggression. It is the use of armed force by a State against the sovereignty, integrity, or independence of another State. The definition of this crime was adopted through amending the Rome Statute at the first Review Conference of the Statute in Kampala, Uganda, in 2010.

The International Polices mission is peace and order worldwide and to assist all law enforcement agencies and governments against criminal syndicates and terrorist organizations, shares intelligence, gathers evidence, and effect arrest.

Buck holds a Doctorate in Criminology and a Doctorate of Laws degree in law.

Regional Director for the World Police Group

The World Police Group is made up of  25 countries..United States, Argentina, Chile, Ecuador, Spain, United Kingdom,  France, Colombia, Peru, Bolivia, Puerto Rico, Costa Rica, Guatemala, Italy, Canada, Dominican Republic, Nicaragua, Mexico, Venezuela, Panama, Uruguay, Paraguay, Brazil, and Honduras.

The group is made up of National Police, Intelligence, and Security services to exchange information in all areas of Intelligence, Cultural, scientific and technological Security, and Prevention, to combat Organised Crime in order to safeguard the life and interests of the entire international community. Bearing in mind that today’s criminal activity is presented in its various typologies and technologies and that its extension is often not limited to the common crime, but covers different areas of criminal activity in our international society.

Member of the International Police Association 

The International Police Association (IPA) is the largest organization for police officers in the world, founded by British sergeant Arthur Troop (1914–2000). The association has 72 national sections and over 360,000 members and associate members worldwide

Continental Director of EuropeInternational Institute of Certified Forensic  Investigation Professionals USA

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