The need for courage in law enforcement
from Police Magazine
Courage as an essential trait is nothing new for professional police officers. Officers have always had to face uncertain, troubling, or even terrifying situations on a regular basis. Whether a lawman in the Wild West, staring down murderous outlaws on a dusty street, a 1920s rural deputy chasing bootleggers along mountain roads, or a present-day undercover narcotics detective breaching a door during a no-knock search warrant, physical courage and the ability to override the natural inclination toward safety and self-preservation has always been a keystone attribute for the law enforcement officer.
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