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Would your spouse make a good partner?

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   Would your spouse make a good police officer?   Why?   What about your kids?   What qualities would assure you would exemplify a perfect officer?   OR would you recomend civilian life to your loved ones?  Why?   What is the worst thing about being a leo?  


 


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You have to be bored. Relax.

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Are you kidding me?


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 The funny thing about this one is that my wife is a LEO. We actually work the same shift and everything. It's not to bad kinda makes things a little bit easier in my opinion.

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My youngest son is a leo and my ex was a dispatcher on my shift,on my channel.

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If my wife was a LEO she would not last long.  I could see her smacking somone up side the head just for beind stupid.  Na, she wouldn't last long but it would be fun to watch.

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Ummmmmm......


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Trick question? NO! I also do not believe that family members should work for the same agency but if for some reason they got married after both were hired then they should not be allowed to work the same shift. JMHO

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Trick question? NO! I also do not believe that family members should work for the same agency but if for some reason they got married after both were hired then they should not be allowed to work the same shift. JMHO


 


 


 


Trust me I wouldn't want to be at the same dept. she actually works at the local pd and I work at the sheriffs office. Just having the same hours makes it work better.


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My spouse was my partner before she was my spouse and that's why we get along so well. She retired from LE, fire fighting and now we work together again. She is an Investigator for the Medical Examiner's Office.

I encourage my children to follow their dreams, so if it involves LE, then I will definately be proud, but if not I will still be proud of their accomplishments.

There is no perfect officer because we are human and prone to temptation, but a good officer cares about what he / she is doing or they would not be doing it and he or she has pride, honor, integrity and the courage to overcome a bad situation and try to make it a little better...