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Life is broken

Posted by Police Officers at March 8, 2012
Tags: Job  2012 March  Society

I'm a police officer for a city in the Mid-West. I sometimes pray that I get shot to death on the job so it looks more noble then taking my own life. Life isn't fair, Only the douche bags and the rich wealthy silver spooners make it in life. It's rare that someone can pull themselves from nothing and become something. I deal with everyone shit on a daily basis, apparently I'm not a human being capable of emotions, apparently I don't have a family, Apparently I don't know what its like when it comes to personal issues, I guess I'm just a robot that serves only one function and that's to arrest and beat people. I'm grateful if I get a smile from someone, it really means a lot. No I don't get a special glee out of arresting you, I'd rather let you go, no I don't like writing you tickets, no I don't like having to hurt you, but you put me in those positions. Don't yell at me, I don't have control over your actions, and no it's not my fault. I see so much pain and poverty everyday that it makes me think everyday life is not worth living. Yeah so, at least you get to go home after every day. Home? What home? My house hasn't been a "home" in over 10 years. My wife is gone, my kids too. MY parents are dead and my best friends as well. I can't remember the last time I've been "home"

Hear my plee. If I'm being an ass, I might just be one, but most of the time it's because I just fished a girls body out of a river, or I just dealt with a nasty situation. Please give me the benefit of the doubt. Please, just respect me and I'll respect you.


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By anonymous at 11,Mar,12 18:49

The stress you must be under is unimaginable. I am sorry for that...
Like everyone else, you're just doing your job. And getting no appreciation or thanks for what you do-
Sounds like my job.
It's good to vent on this site. People generally can commiserate together. They have either been there or experienced that-
The depression of the recession that we are in, isn't making it any easier for people.
I spend more on groceries and gas than I ever have in my life and for some reason, my paycheck isn't keeping up??? Working for minimum wage with a college degree... What's the fucking point? Now I have student loans up the ass and that isn't the only action I got going on there (read my post- cursed). Anyhow, keep strong and although we may not thank you when we get a speeding ticket, at least we can understand...
Best regards,

By anonymous at 11,Mar,12 18:55

Just my opinion, it sounds to me like your not enjoying your job. Your mostly complaining about stuff you have to do everyday as a cop. If thats the case, save some money and try a different career choice.
And You have kids, im sure they want to see you. You are there dad after all. And get out there and do some things you like, make some friends, try new things and be more optimistic, it can change your mood around!

By anonymous at 11,Mar,12 22:31

Maybe the powers-that-be can turn you into a real life Robocop. You can fight corporate drug addicts in Detroit and when you go to bed at night, you just pull a plug in some closet. Robocop doesn't need family or friends, he just goes out there and does like his Captain tells him to. Life is great as long as the enemy doesn't use huge car magnets to kill you with.

By anonymous at 12,Mar,12 23:11

I'm sorry you feel so horrible. I used to want to be a cop but then realized after I had my CJ degree that I couldnt handle the things you are having to deal with. I know it's not so easy just to say "I'll get a new job and make things better. Sometimes we are bogged down and so exhausted from everything that's already happened we are just too tired to even think about changing our situation. I hope you are able to change the things that are overwhelming you. You are appreciated by a lot of people, probably way more than you realize but our minds and bodies can only take so much of something before we break. Please don't let that happen. Good Luck and I hope things get better for you.

By anonymous at 13,Mar,12 07:29

You have a gun don't you?

By anonymous at 16,Mar,12 22:20

^^^^ I hope to god you aren't implying that he should shoot himself.

By ME at 19,Mar,12 00:35

Dude, you really need to leave the force.

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>Permanences ?la mairie de Sainte-Lizaigne, mardi 23septembre et mercredi 8octobre, de 9?h ?12?h?; lundi 27octobre, de 15?h ?18?h.Ren?est l'un des premiers habitants des Bordes ?s'être déplac??la mairie pour rencontrer le commissaire enquêteur. Ce retrait?qui réside non loin du cimetière voulait connaître le positionnement précis de la plus proche éolienne. Il est ressorti rassur? «La réglementation impose un minimum de 500m d'espacement avec les habitations. L? on est ?550m? précise Adrien Appér? chef de projet chez Epuron.

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