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Has nothing to do with admission or hiring. It has to do with training. It is sad to me that people that would be, or are great cops, get very sub standard training.

I and many of my partners have been in situations where we had every right to pull the trigger and we didn't.

Whats the diff? Training, preparation, repetition, reinforcement, review, and more training.

What I don't get, is why there isn't some sort of federal code of conduct for Law Enforcement?

Goes by State. Here in MN it is the POST BOARD, they hold my license.

Makes me sad to see anti police remarks. We are fighting a war on the street. Anyone who thinks different lives in a bubble. I don't even work in Minneapolis, but all of the bad guys live where I work. That being said, I know and meet a lot of really good people everyday - but the majority of my interaction with the public is fielding calls and dealing with bad guys.

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