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Today, I stopped caring about my fellow man. I stopped caring about my community, my neighbors, and those I serve. I stopped caring today because a once noble profession has become despised, hated, distrusted, and mostly unwanted.
I stopped caring today because parents refuse to teach their kids right from wrong and blame us when they are caught breaking the law. Moms hate us in their schools because we frighten them and remind them of the evil that lurks in the world. We always kill innocent people with unjust violence. We are called bullies for using a Taser during a fight, but are condemned further for not first tasing the guy who pulls a gun on us. I stopped caring today as no one wants us around, but instantly demands answers, results, arrests, when a crime takes place.
To never accept responsibility for ones actions, but to blame everyone else instead of themselves. To idolize gangsters, thugs, sexually promiscuous behavior, and criminals over hard work, dedication, and achievement. To argue that getting stoned should be a right, yet getting a job or an education is a hassle.
To steal verus earn. To hate versus help. Yes, I stopped caring today. But tomorrow, I will put my uniform back on and I will care again. Skip the cop bars. Go home to your family. Separate yourself from the job on your days off. One of the things you will avoid is the us-against-them mentality that tends to isolate cops from the community they work in.
Developing relationships outside your career field helps create a well rounded person. My father retired from a 30 years in law enforcement and the best advice he gave me careerwise was to not make my social circle only the people I work with. Throughout his career he maintained a compassion for his fellow man and still saw the good that is in this world even though as a criminal investigator he saw the worst of cases.
I believe this was because off duty he maintained a strong faith life and surrounded himself with faithfilled, good hearted friends that reinforced that what he saw at work was not the sum total of humanity. I treasure that he came through invesigating severe child abuse, murders of families and all that is wrong with this world still a strong, kind, giving, compassionate man.
Law enforcement is a difficult career especially today but officers owe it them selves and their families to keep from becoming the hardness they see every day.
Prayers go out to all our law enforcement officers and may they know the the mouthy are not the majority. Thank you for your comment. My spouse is a police officer and this was very encouraging for me to read! You ever stop and wonder why the old school cops never had the problems the cops today have? Instead of blaming the parents, do you think todays police attitudes could play a part in the way police are perceived today?
The system that has taken over law enforcement has become all about money and nothing about fairness and justice. In the old days, police exercised sound judgement and descretion when enforcing laws. Police are suppose to be there to protect us form the criminal element, and not for us to fear as part of there own agenda of oppression.
Fair, firm, and consistent enforcement of laws was a daily routine. We never practiced selective enforcement of any laws against any certain group of people. Cases were filed as a means to allow the courts to punish those individuals who had violated the laws of our society. We were not, and did not, assume the role as the punisher! We did not file cases in mass to generate income to pay our salaries or to be able to buy new equipment.
We realized that every case we filed would affect and change the lives of the people involved…. It only takes one bad cop to make all cops look bad…in the old days, we policed ourselves!
Somewhere between my generation and todays new breed of cop, we took a wrong turn. A combination of things caused todays problems, and I admitt some are beyond our control when it comes to lessons taught or not taught by parents today. The social influence of the liberal media and liberal politicians compound the problems we face in regaining our respect; but make no mistake, the buck stops here and change starts here!
Todays police officers need to remember why they are needed; and practice: Did you really write that? The problems officers have today are because of old school officer bending rules and doing what they saw fit instead of doing their jobs as prescribed.
All the bad case laws that hamper us. Mass school shootings, automatic weapons on the streets. You wanna walk a beat in your shiny dress blues with no vest. We are still here to protect and serve and follow our oaths and you should hang your head low for saying what you have. I in fact find it quite hard to believe you were ever an officer. Appreciate both the original comment and your response.
It is only with proper dialog that anything meaningful can happen. And I do respect the original comment. If this officer is true to his words than he should be the the last one to stop caring.
Children are taught that a uniform military, firefighter, police, etc. You see this reflected in popular television, in books, everywhere. People have taken a world that exists in shades of gray and turned it into a skewed definition of black and white.
They apply labels of what is good and what is bad arbitrarily instead of evaluating necessity and value systems. And because the general populace is excited by dark things, by scandal and whatnot, when people break those arbitrary black and white molds, everyone wants to jump on the scandal bandwagon. Now some people are just bad people. Johnny you are part of the problem with the attitude you have.
If you have some good suggestions that will really work in a day and age when 12 year old gang memebers want to shoot you and criminals can go on line and chastise you, then come on back and join the conversation.
In the meantime hang your head in shame. There are places where absolutely police need to wear more protective clothing. But here is something to think about. When the cops came to pick up my son, for weed instead of turning the handle.
They know me they know my son. They threaten to arrest my 68 yr old mentally challenged sister as we sat quietly at the table, while assault weapon, armed officers stood guard over us. For every action our officers who daily risk their life in high crime areas make, the local police are now hey we can be tough and do that. This lead some to believe they were above the law and they acted like it When was the last time an officer got fined for dui, or even speeding NEVER.. They have created a world were they have put themselves above other people.
Laws are enforced through violence or the threat of violence. If a law is not worth a person dying over it, then police should not be enforcing it at all. For instance, Eric Garner died because of a cigarette tax, and many cops are killed during traffic stops. I would go so far as to say, NONE because they do not have direct contact with the people they are fining, and they are not armed.
We need to take a long, hard look at our legislative process. The fewer laws that the police have to enforce, the fewer confrontations they face, and the lesser the danger for them and the citizens that they engage. Maybe the tax division should have been handling his breaking of the law.
I am really angry about your reply! Why is it that the posts above me talk about how hard it is to lose loved ones who happen to be cops? What about all the innocent people who are killed at the hands of the very law enforcement officers sworn to protect and defend them? According to our own DOJ, crime is at all time lows, while officer safety is at record highs, and yet everyday there seems to be a news story of someone dying at the hands of the police.
Police officers are not drafted in this country, it is a chosen profession. Be more like Johnny and do something about the real problem, and hold your fellow cops accountable! Then and only then, may you get the respect you demand. When people who work together get together in social settings, shop talk dominates, which leaves little room for anything else.
Joe, I found that after becoming a cop and when socializing with others who were not, there was an undercurrent of remarks, innuendo and distrust. Lots, if not all, wanted to tell me about their bad experience with the police. Many people that were friends before I became a cop were no longer available when I was.
Part of it due to the odd hours I worked and part to differences of opinion on things. It just became easier to maintain relationships with other cops. Take the road less traveled! Bob, when I became a mother socializing with my old friends changed. I made new friends. My sil seems to have such a hard view of the world until he comes over and watches all the kids play and I can see his face soften and his whole demeanor changes. I hope that things ease up.
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