Honor the good police officers...

Why do we have a lot of dishonourable police officers?

It is most likely due to their unrewarded good performances. My Lolo got his car busted while driving along the NLEX about a year ago. An NLEX officer stopped by and helped him with his difficulty. According to my Lolo, the officer was very accommodating that after helping him and finally reached home, my Lolo commended the good officer by calling in the NLEX office and informing them about the great assistance that was given to him by this particular officer.

We actually have a lot of good and even best police officers in our country; there are a lot of them who are really there to suit our needs in terms of security and order. Many people see them as pain in the ass and even frightening that we often say something bad about them and we easily get angry when confronted by them. But then, there are also a lot of bad police officers; these are the converted to become bad and some are the ever-bad officers who deserve a hard kick in the ass.

I think that what my Lolo did was a good way to inspire a lot of our police officers. Many of us, when caught by a police (most of the time, guilty) react violently and offend these poor officers. Their work consists of great efforts to maintain an ordered community and a nice flow of traffic. Hard eryt? So if a police officer did a great job, we must honour them and give what is due to them in order to motivate and encourage these police officers to continue their fine job.

If we insult them, what do you think will make these officers? I think you already know the answer...

2 remark(s):

monaco said...

I think there are a lot of honest men uniform but it's the system that sucks. even the corrupt oneshave started honest but turned to dishonorable ways due to influences in the system itself.

still there are many do-gooders out there but the bad deeds of a few are often highlighted by the media. as a result we sort of generalize that it is true for the whole.

dak said...

u'r right monaco, the system that's handling them also has a factor... it's just sad that there are a lot of them who are corrupt and it seems like there's no hope in changing the system. hay...

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