Police or Sheriff's Patrol Officer Reviews

Q: What is it like working as a Police or Sheriff's Patrol Officer?

March 2018
"It's a small town."
Police or Sheriff's Patrol Officer in Kingstree:
Pros: Close to family
Cons: They are stuck in the past
March 2019
"Ok place to work."
Police or Sheriff's Patrol Officer in Marysville:
Pros: Small town. Public is supportive for the most part
Cons: The city council doesn't seem supportive of law enforcement and management doesn't fairly compensate certified law enforcement who come to the department.
March 2019
"Challenging."
Police or Sheriff's Patrol Officer in Hull:
Pros: Public interactions
Cons: Bureaucracy
March 2019
"Work."
Police or Sheriff's Patrol Officer in Royse City:
Pros: get to patrol the area
Cons: being stuck in the office
March 2019
"It's not all bad. It's a place where you can get your feet in the door and hope for the best."
Police or Sheriff's Patrol Officer in Detroit:
Pros: Being able to work independently
Cons: Pay and favoritism
May 2019
"Not for the young."
Police or Sheriff's Patrol Officer in Murrieta:
Pros: There are a select few I enjoy working and can trust with my life. Free meals.
Cons: Micro management. Poor Management. Targeting employees for discipline based on their dislike for them. Poor communication. Poor/under equipment. Lack of training. Lack for better pay. Treated poorly by all other employees until we are needed. My division is used to be a blaming tool.
March 2018
"Good."
Police or Sheriff's Patrol Officer in Los Angeles:
Pros: Meet many different people
Cons: Traffic
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