Back the Blue
Fact or Myth?
Police officers have been around roughly since the 1850's. They have provided the world safety and put others first. Every single police officer has had to face a life and death decision. They work very dangerous and life-threatening jobs. In this picture it shows the support of the police officers and how much recognition they deserve.
Incorporating police dogs has been one of the greatest choices made. These dogs work to catch the bad guys. Sniffing the drugs out of cars, and being rewarded with a bright green tennis ball. These K-9's don't get as much credit as they deserve either. Maybe when their puppies, but not when they mature.
Not Enough Work
Most people who drive past cop cars sitting may think that their just taking a break or are watching for speeders. When they can also be entering parking tickets into the system, or watching out for drunk drivers. Officer Barnehart works hard even when working in the school system. Whether its watching over the students and making sure they go to the school, and making sure the school is at peace that day.
Officer Adam Barnehart. This is what people imagine when they see or think about for a police officer. Brooding, tough, and has zero feelings. When in reality the things these officers have seen beats everything we've seen by ten times the amount. They don't have time to mourn over a car crash, when they're trying to find the person who did it. Or who planted drugs in a persons car. These men and women do so much for us.
This may not be military service but it's a service that protects the United States. Officer Donaldson has been in the K-9 service for 4 years now and retired his dog last year. The two different kinds of services these two do is different but for the same reason. Providing protection in two different ways is better than one. The service they give, gives us the safety we don't expect. Them risking they lives for us and the k-9's as well.
Fires as well
Police officers and firefighters may not seem to get along together. Yet they always have each others back. Whether it's assisting one another in a scene and one isn't needed, or both are needed to get the jobs done. Firefighters have been here just as long as police officers. Maybe even longer. Fires have been happening since the earth was created, and people acted as though they were firefighters even though they didn't know what they were.
Motorcycles can go up to 150-160 mph. While police motorcycles can go up to 185-195 mph. They have been around since the early 20th century. Making the first motorcycle police patrol in 1911. They may not be able to carry the bad guys on them, but they certainly can catch them faster than police cars. Being able to swerve in and out of cars easier makes it better for the police to do their jobs.
A police officer from Zionsville Middle School is helping out the kids trying to win a game of tug-a-war. Even though he is on duty he still takes time out of his day to help out the kids he looks over.
At Zionsville Middle School another officer is at field day riding a tiny tricycle. Every officer has a kind heart under the brooding work one. Helping the kids out means a lot to them and getting them to laugh is an accomplishment. So the kids are able to see the good sides of them and not just the one side they always here about.
Every car has a different maximum speed. The Police Charger's can go up 150 mph. While the Durango can go up to 130 mph. Not every police car has the same speeds. Yet every police car gets the job done and done correctly. Sometimes it might not work out the way you want it to. It could get you into a crash while going after somebody. Or avoid obstacles in the path your going. Each car is the same, but for different things.