Police officers share shocking confessions about life on the job
The abundant headlines surrounding police brutality as well as kind, selfless acts of police officers begs the question of how police officers should be regarded during this day and age. While some appear to abuse their authority by harassing innocent people, others go out of their way to provide comfort and safety to their community members.
Regardless of their dispositions, police officers all over the country have faced backlash, criticism and genuine fear for their lives throughout their careers. Many have also experienced interesting confrontations and encounters. Therefore, several police officers took to Whisper, the popular app that provides an anonymous platform for people to share their most honest thoughts, to share shocking confessions about their jobs.
They're people with families and loved ones too:
They don't get perks with the job:
They want us to walk in their shoes before judging them:
It's a job that comes with constant risk and fear:
Although sometimes the thrill isn't quite as imagined:
Many just want to do what they can to help others:
They're well aware of the negative stigma that's been circulating the media:
Just like everyone else, they need to eat to survive:
Sometimes they're fine with going a bit over the speed limit:
They're forced to make tough decisions that always stay with them:
Better work those persuasive skills and charm BEFORE the cops start writing you up:
But know that you're not fooling anyone:
While some try to reverse the negative stigma, others own it:
Nevertheless, they all risk their lives on a daily basis:
For more police confessions, check out Whisper.
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