As the world becomes more overcrowded, and resources become more de-pleated, scarce, labor intensive and expensive, society will begin to break down more and more quickly. The inevitable response to the extra competition is the gradual rise of police states as their hereditary rich move to protect their power, influence and possessions. The rise of the American police state has been easy to see since the sixties, after none other than Ike Eisenhower warned us against it with his characterization of the Military-Industrial complex. The first step in learning to navigate and survive police states is in uncovering their methods and motivations, then using these insights to predict their future pogroms. In "Police police", I draw on my fifty-plus years of research gained from suffering the American police state to provide you essential information on how to survive the worst, which is yet to come. I am certain that you will find my essays instructive and useful.