Police or Sheriff's Patrol Officer Reviews

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Based on 419 responses, the job of Police or Sheriff's Patrol Officer has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.86 out of 5. On average, Police or Sheriff's Patrol Officers are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as a Police or Sheriff's Patrol Officer?

July 2019
Highly volitale and pressurised environment.
Police or Sheriff's Patrol Officer in Durban:
Pros: Seeing clients happy after a traumatic experience
Cons: Salary
November 2020
A bit of chaos.
Police or Sheriff's Patrol Officer in Athens:
Pros: The fact that I am alone amongst so many people
Cons: The hustle and bustle plus crowded non peaceful situations
November 2018
VA Police.
Police or Sheriff's Patrol Officer in Albany:
Pros: work environment
Cons: stress, long hours
December 2018
Police or Sheriff's Patrol Officer in Phoenix:
Pros: Diversity
Cons: Hot summer
January 2019
Great Job.
Police or Sheriff's Patrol Officer in Glendale:
Pros: Ability to do many specialties
Cons: Politics
January 2019
Not good.
Police or Sheriff's Patrol Officer in New York:
Pros: Nothing
Cons: People’s nasty attitude
February 2019
Police or Sheriff's Patrol Officer:
The University could do much better if they cared for their employees. The benefits are great but the pay should be improved. They should also allow for people to be more flexible and allow them to work where they want to in regards to position.