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The Psychology Behind Why We're Afraid Of Police (2 pics)

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Police are supposed to serve and protect but more often than not they ended up making civilians fear them. Find out what it is about police that makes you afraid.

1 The Psychology Behind Why We're Afraid Of Police (2 pics)


2 The Psychology Behind Why We're Afraid Of Police (2 pics)


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№1 Author: LewisJones (31 Jul 2015 07:13) Total user comments: 2037


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your adrenaline get flowing because we all know there are a sh*tload of punks with badges. little sh*ts that think they're some badass, and from watching to many bad cop movies he thinks everybody is going to try and kill him, so he will over react to everything. And the stupid public, for some stupid reason, keeps calling every one of them 'hero's'. It's really that simple, people.
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№2 Author: OldOllie (31 Jul 2015 09:29) Total user comments: 1412


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your adrenaline get flowing because we all know there are a sh*tload of punks with badges. little sh*ts that think they're some badass, and from watching to many bad cop movies he thinks everybody is going to try and kill him, so he will over react to everything. And the stupid public, for some stupid reason, keeps calling every one of them 'hero's'. It's really that simple, people.

My neighbor is on the local police board, and he says by far the toughest problem in running a police department is weeding out the bullies before you hire them. They do a pretty good job of it, but it's a small town, and they can be choosey. For a big city, it's nearly impossible.
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№3 Author: LewisJones (31 Jul 2015 10:28) Total user comments: 2037


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your adrenaline get flowing because we all know there are a sh*tload of punks with badges. little sh*ts that think they're some badass, and from watching to many bad cop movies he thinks everybody is going to try and kill him, so he will over react to everything. And the stupid public, for some stupid reason, keeps calling every one of them 'hero's'. It's really that simple, people.

My neighbor is on the local police board, and he says by far the toughest problem in running a police department is weeding out the bullies before you hire them. They do a pretty good job of it, but it's a small town, and they can be choosey. For a big city, it's nearly impossible.

Great point. I have four officers in my family that are cops, and my dad was too. I went into the military and lost a leg or I would of probably entered the profession myself. I re-read my comment and it sounded anti-cop, but I just have the same opinion as my family has about the quality of many forces today. They all work for smaller towns also, It is so much easier to recognize the ones that should not be there and easier to get rid of them then I think it would be in a large city. I just wanted to be clear that i'm on the officers side as long as they are professional (and all I have contact with absolutely are) but around the country they screw up so big that the media has a field day with them. It makes the job a lot more difficult for all professionals that wear a badge. I don't know how they find personnel for working in places like the inner city, maybe they just have to fill the ranks and the requirements have to be adjusted accordingly. I suppose in that situation, borderline professionals are all the can hope for. Not everybody can do the job.
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№4 Author: styopa (31 Jul 2015 22:02) Total user comments: 1072


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Not only is it hard to weed out the bullies and punks, it may be impractical too.
Being a cop is a HARD job. *Really* hard. Most people wouldn't touch it with a ten foot pole (I worked as a park ranger for 4 years, and could never cope with the crap that gets dumped on cops every bloody day - I swear, I'd use my tazer or gun every hour, and they frown on that...)
So that means an urban police department like Chicago has TWELVE THOUSAND police positions to fill. Even after the mayor fills the easy jobs with nieces, nephews, and friends, that's still 11,000. :)
So if you've got to fill 11,000 positions with a job nobody wants except a good chunk of punk-ass douches, you're going to have to simply accept that you're going to HAVE to accept a certain amount of bullies just to get the basic jobs covered.
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№5 Author: Ben2017 (5 Aug 2015 10:33) Total user comments: 2018


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