Oh, didn't they tell you? You have to defend your own rights yourself. So, the next time they try to run you down with a car draw your gun and shoot them. Don't have a gun? If it's not against your belief system to kill you must possess a gun or your not an American.
In March 1975, a Washington, D.C. woman called the police to report that intruders had broken into her house and attacked a housemate. The police came, but took such a quick look around that they missed the smashed-in back door. The woman noticed the police leaving, and so did the intruders. The woman called the police again, this time the police didn't even knock on the door. The intruders, seeing the police for the second time, searched the house and found everyone. For the next fourteen hours the women were held captive, raped, robbed, beaten, forced to commit sex acts on each other, and submit to the sexual demands of the intruders.
But the women could not hold the police liable in court. In December 1981, the Superior Court of the District of Columbia affirmed: "The fundamental principle that a government and it's agents are under no general duty to provide public services, such as police protection, to any particular individual citizen. ...The duty to provide public services is owed to the public at large, and, absent a special relationship between the police and an individual, no specific legal duty exists." The Supreme Court of the United States reaffirmed this decision in "Warren v. District of Columbia (1993)".