Police Officer's Heartfelt Plea Describes The Side Of The Job You Don't Read About In The News

October 15, 2018

A powerful post on the "More Than A Police" Facebook page is going viral. The heartfelt plea was originally posted by an officer in Pembroke, Georgia.

This is what he wrote...

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"I have pulled dead, mangled bodies from cars..

I have lied to people as they were dying.

I said you are going to be fine as I held their hand and watched the life fade out.

I have held dying babies. Bought lunch for people who were mentally ill and haven't eaten in a while.

I have had people try to stab me. Fought with men trying to shoot me.

Been attacked by women who have had the sh*t kicked out of them by their husband as I was arresting him.

I have held towels on bullet wounds.


Done CPR when I knew it wouldn't help just to make family members feel better.

I have torn down doors, fought in drug houses. Chased fugitives though the woods.

I have been in high speed car chases.

Foot chases across an interstate during rush hour traffic.

I have been in crashes. Been squeezing the trigger about to kill a man when they came to their senses and stopped. Waded through large angry crowds by myself. Drove like a mad man to help a fellow officer. Let little kids who don't have much sit in my patrol car and pretend they are a cop for their birthday.

I have taken a lot of people to jail. Given many breaks. Prayed for people I don't even know. Yes and at times I have been "violent" when I had to be. I have been kind when I could..

I admit I have drove to some dark place and cried by myself when I was overwhelmed.

I have missed Christmas and other holidays more than I wanted too.

Every cop I know has done all these things and more for lousy pay, suckie hours and a short life expectancy. We don't want your pity, I don't care for your respect. Just let us do our jobs without killing us.. please.

Thank you."

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