NHC sheriff deputies are the rudest and most beligerent of any law inforcement I've ever dealt with. They should take classes from the WPD which are by far the most polite and curteous.
...during my experiences, which have been rare. I've found the police to be responsive, polite and professional in all situations.
Bad apples happen to find their way into any profession to include doctors, lawyers, engineers, judges, prosecutors, POLITICIANS, etc. We read about them everyday.
i new that their was moore too this story wen i seen who it was that was fired.he had arrested me and wen i went too court what he had said was found on me was lesser then what i had.i here he new he was being look at but didnt care.
Not one iota.
They are hero's, plain and simple.
There are good and bad people in every profession.
The incidents involving LEO's seem to be spread out and not indigenous to one department.
Mathematically I expect more bad apples in the larger departments - and overall I suspect the average number of bad apples is relatively low.
We do seem to hold LEOs to higher standards and rightfully so as we pay their salaries. They are there to protect and serve and for the most part do so with finesse.
I've lived in big cities on both the east and west coasts, and personally have found the local LEO to be very kind, helpful and respectful. Cannot say the same about the other places I've lived, where they were suspicious, rude & trigger-happy. My family can't get over how approachable & professional our local LEO's are, and we greatly appreciate it!
This doesn't change my opinion of law enforcement officers as a whole any more than Chief Jayne and his bandits. Or the drug dealing cop from Leland who spent time in prison. There are bad apples in every profession.
Having known many excellent law enforcement officers, it disgust me when I hear the garbage going on. How can we teach children to respect and trust them if adults can't?
these are just the ones that were caught.law enforcement does more and gets awaywith more than the public knows about
For the most part, I respect law enforcement officers for the jobs they perform. In my not so humble opinion, the overwhelmingly majority of the "I hate all cops" wing are malcontents and dope heads who bring problems to themselves with their deviant and idiotic behavior.
I thankfully have NEVER had any run-ins with LEO's except for a speeding ticket or two. Frankly though, even on those occasions, speaking with police officers, etc... I can honestly say no experience has ever been good. Every PO i have ever spoken with or dealt with has been unpleasant and rude. While I am very grateful for the service they provide and putting their life on the line, it would be nice if a friendly attitude to law abiding citizens who are asking for directions could be adopted.