Don´t you just hate when police makes you leave a crime scene, even if the crime smaller than an M&M ?
Or when you are just suspicious and want to ask why so many police men are walking around a zone, but they tell you to go away or they just remain silent?  Well I do hate that. But all jokes aside, here's what we're playing with.

You DO have the right:
  • to be in a public place and observe police activity.
If the police stop anyone:
  • Stop and watch.
  • Write down the time, date and place of the incident and all details as soon as possible.
  • Ask if the person is being arrested, and if so, on what charge.
  • Get witnesses' names and contact information.
  • Try to get arrestees' names, but only if they are alraedy known to the police.
  • Document any injuries as soon as possible. Photograph them and prepare a medical report describing details of the injuries.
If the police stop You: 
  • Ask, "Am i free to go?" If not, you are being detained. If yes, walk away.
  • Ask, "Why are you detaining me?" To stop you, the officer must have a reasonable suspicion to suspect your involvement in a specific crime (not just a guess or a stereotype).
  • It is not a crime to be without an ID. If you are being detained or issued a ticket, you may want to show ID to the cop because they can take you to the station to veryfi your identity.
  • If a cop tries to search your car, your house or your person, say repeatedly that you "Do not consent to the search". If in a car, do not open your trunk or door- by doing so you consent to a search of your property and of yourself. If at home, step outside and lock your door behind you so the cops have no reason to enter your house. Ask to see the warrant and check for proper address, judge's signature, and wha the warrant says the cops are searching for. Everything must be correct in a legal warrant. Otherwise, send the police away.
  • The cops can do a "pat search" (search the exterior of one's clothing for weapons) during a detention for "officer safety reasons". They can't go into your pockets or bags without your consent. If you are arrested they can search you and your possessions in great detail.
  • Do Not Resist Physically. Use your words and keep your cool. If officers violate your rights, don't let them provoke you into striking back. Wait until you are out of custody, then organize for justice.
  • Police can arrest someone they believe is "interfering" with their actions. Maintain a reasonable distance, and if the police threatens to arrest you, explain that you don't intend to interfere, but you have the right to observe their actions.
If the police ARREST you:
  • You may be handcuffed, searched, photographed and fingerprinted.
  • Say repeatedly, "I don't want to talk until my lawyer is present". Even if your rights aren't read, refuse to talk until your lawyer/public defender arrives.
  • Do not talk to inmates in jail about your case.
  • You have legal rights, but many police will not respect your rights. So be carefull and smart.
This is all legitimate info, however in some countries it isn't the same, so look out before doing any of the above. 
..i've got some tips for you! Not many people get the chance to live to 100 years old. In fact, on average only 1 in 3000 (approximately) people live to 100, or even become supercentenarians- a person who reaches the age of 110. But there are a few ways that you can improve the chance of living to somewhere close to that age. Use at own risk!

Drink Green Tea
Those who drink 5+ cups of Green Tea a day had a significantly lower risk of dying from heart disease or a stroke.

Be outgoing
People who are outgoing are 50% less likely to develop dementia due to lower levels of the stress hormone corstisol, a recent study by the Karolinska Institutet in Sweden Found.

Flossing regularly can add up to 6 years on to your life expectancy by removing bacteria that can cause inflammation, which in turn reduces the risk of strokes and heart disease.

Do not smoke
Smoking for the majority of your lifetime can cut up to 10 years off of your life expectancy. However if you quit by age 50, you can gain 6 of those years back.

Eat nuts
Those who frequently ate nuts gained on average an additional 2 years life expectancy due to their numerous cardiovascular benefits, according to an Archives of Intenal Medicine publication.

Take more holidays
According to cutting down on your leisure time can increase the risk of having heart disease eightfold, due to the lack of downtime away from the stress and strains of work.

Embrace new technology
Researchers from evercare state that using and keeping up with the newest technology trends helps to keep brain cells young and healthy and ensures we are socially engaged.

Have a baby later in life
Falling pregnant naturally after age 40 is a great sign showing that you have genes that help you live longer according to a lead researcher at the Universiti of Utah. Findings show that those who have babies later in life are almost 10% less likely to die during any age after 50 than those who had babies before age 40.

Lie in
Getting 7-8 hours of sleep a night is imperative to the healing process and logetivity of cells, however most do not get this, which severely hinders daily cell processes.

Drink a little wine
Drinking a small glass of wine each day could help protect your heart by raising levels of good cholesterol. A million person study revealed that light drinkers had an 18% lower death rate than those that didn't drink over the course of the study.

How you respond to stress is a key factor in life expectancy. Research from the new england centenarian study revealed that those born witha sunny disposition deal better with stress, thereby increasing their chances of seeing their 100th birthday.

Which countries have the highest percentage of centenarians?
Japan - 1 in 2,000
France - 1 in 3,076
US - 1 in 3,300

For the ones who will use these tips, use it at your own risk! You do not want to end up planning suicide. Good luck, and follow!
Alzheimer's disease is a disease that slowly destroys a person's memory and brain until the person dies from forgetting how to perform the easiest functions like breathing or swallowing. Alzheimer's is not a normal part of aging as many people may assume, it might just as well happen at an early age of a person's life. So i did a small research on how to prevent the disease, and even do the oposite of it, make you remember better. Here are a few foods and tips that can decrease the risk of getting Alzheimer's or Dementia.

Dark Chocolate
Studies carried out by Norwegian researchers found that flavonoids in cocoa increase blood flow to the brain.
To get the most benefits, best buy chocolates with low sugar and high cocoa content (70% or more is best).
However, dark chocolate is also high in saturated fats, so keep your dark chocolate intake to a small once-a-week treat.

Red Wine (not adviced for kids under 18)
Might sound weird, because it is alcohol. Which is best known for killing brain cells, not in this case though. But do use it with caution. Limit yourself to no more than one glass a day. Red Wine is found to be decreasing the risk of Alzheimer's and dementia. This is due to the presence of high levels of polyphenolics such as resveratol.

Researches have proven that elderly adults with low vitamin B12 levels had more than four times the usual rist of Alzheimer's. Low vitamin B12 significantly increase the chance of dementia, heart atack and other ailments. To get a healthy dose of B12, look no further than clams. It is the source.

There's plenty of fish in the sea.
And there are a few good reasons for you to look for it.
The essential omega-3 fatty acids - found in oily fish, as well as fish oil, walnut oil and flaxseeds - are high in DHA, fatty acid crucial to the health of our nervous system. Low DHA levels have been linked to a higher risk of developing Alzheimer's disease and memory loss. Omega 3- one of the best sources for better concentration.

An apple a day keeps the doctor away, aswell as the Alzheimer's disease.
There are now even more reasons to take an apple a day. Quercetin, found in abundance in the skins of apples, has been found to protect the brain from damages associated with Alzheimer’s disease and other neurodegenerative disorders in studies conducted by Cornell University. Other studies have also suggested that eating apples may also help reduce the risk of cancer. 

Go nuts
A study published in the American Journal of Epidemiology suggests that a good intake of vitamin E might help to prevent poor memory. Nuts are a great source of vitamin E along with leafy green vegetables, seeds, eggs, brown rice and wholegrains.

Quick Tips:
1. Exercise regularly. (once or twice a week atleast)
2. Stay on a healthy diet.
3. Exercise your brain. (any possible brain-games like sudoku, crosswords etc. also meditation helps alot)
4. Sleep right. (go to bed early = wake up early without trouble + your brain works better)
5. Manage your stress. (breathe, relax, nourish inner peace)
6. Have an active social life.

So, are you going to try any of the above?
Hope this helped you.