Don't mind me
Just a :bump: for more people.
If I contact them, and they need to go to the hospital, rest assured it's only to get patched up and then get booked into jail...:wink:...And yes, trauma/ER Docs and RNs always go above and beyond when a cop gets injured, been there a few times. Thanks!I know that there are more cops here. There are many times when you guys make our life easier as well. Thanks for all the guys in blue. Just one pet peeve I have, I hate when cops say..."you can go to the hospital or go to jail." If they have even a partial working brain they will pick the hospital and that means more work for me :lol: Just giving ya a hard time. Thanks for watching our backs :thumb:
I was a deputy sheriff / correction officer for a few years before becoming a cop. Yes it was a way tougher job....thats why I made the switch...:thumb: I think everyone that wants to be L/E should start out in the corrections field. I know that taught me alot about the criminal mindset which made me a much better cop.I asked the same thing. Logan posted saying to post up my info. As we do serve the community. We keep the people the community doesn't want on the streets behind bars. It is a tuffer job then people think.