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Previous Challenge Entry (Level 1 – Beginner)
Topic: Police (10/12/06)

TITLE: A POLICE STORY
By JOYCE MEHAFFIE
10/12/06


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Here is a story about how police get abused by individuals that resist arrest and drug dealers. Many police get killed by those who choose to use violence instead of giving up peacefully. Do we really know what the police go through in a days time. I don't think so.

Many people call the police names that don't help their situation any and they tend to make the police officer upstet by using nasty names. If people would only use common sense before calling anyone names, they should ask themselves how would I like it if anyone called me that name or names. We tend to forget the officer or officers that we call names are the first ones we call when we need help.

I know sometimes the officers that stop us for a speeding ticket or a spot check tend to have an attitude but they also have to remember that we are humans that have feelings as well and they have to overlook our attitude when they have a nasty attitude too. We have to work together to keep peace between us.

We have to keep the police in our prayers for you never know when your getting a call and telling you that your husband, boyfriend, friend, or family member has passed away. I pray for the families of a police officer. The wife of an officer is really to be honored for she has to put with calls in the night or day to have them report to work or on a scene. They also have to deal with alot of agravation when he's upset he or she forgets to leave work at work and home problems at home.

The police have to deal with accidents, shootings, death of an officer, and a lot of violence in the streets. They try to keep us safe but with alot of guns, knives, and whatever else is out there on the streets they never know what they are going into. They put their lives on the line to keep our streets and children safe. It's not easy out there in today's world with a lot of hate. Let'w work together to make things work both for police and parents to keep America Free from being destryoyed by hate.


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Sara Harricharan 10/19/06
How very true-this is a great reminder.
Donna Emery10/19/06
The calling to be a police officer is a wonderful gift from God. How grateful we all should be to these workers.
Aylin Smith 10/22/06
Exceptional! We do tend to forget just how important and special each man and woman on the police force are. Thank you for sharing this story.
dub W10/24/06
This is a solid piece, full of absolute truths told in a tight forum. Though not a narrative it still is the story of human/police interaction. The charge at the end is fitting. Thank you for sharing this message.