A Interview On The Los Angeles Police Department

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It is an early Saturday morning. It’s the first day of the academy and an officer already yelling at you saying “ Who told you you could be a cop?”. Heart beats fast from being nervous and not knowing to expect next. These people have chosen to put their life at risk; but say it’s a worthy cost because they say “we protect, we serve”. When I was a high schooler, I always wanted to help the community. I wanted to be more than a volunteer for the communities, I wanted a job that I could prevent crimes and help to make a difference. “ we thought we could change the world, we are the protector of the peace. We define the odds and criticisms..” This is what a police officer had said during a YouTube video talking about the Los Angeles Police…show more content…
Thirdly, they want to set a positive role by setting a good example for the communities. Finally, the job opportunities they give about choosing this career.
The first reason people are drawn to this field is to protect and serve the community because it is where they grew up in and it’s like a home to them. As we grow, we make our community our home because, it is where your family, friends, neighbors and you grew. As an individual, we want to make sure that our home is cherished for and make our community safe at good protection.
As a police officer, he or she must patrol the community to be aware of any danger that will come upon them, for the community will be like any other day. Since being a police officer for the Los Angeles area, they make it their home it is probably for some who are serving the. It is where they grew up as a child and they don’t anything to happen to it. For that being, it is one of the many reasons why that person wanted to become a police officer; he or she wants their community, their home to be safe for anyone wanted to drive by or stay in the Los Angeles area. For instance, I had interviewed my YSO( Youth Service Officer) and this is what she had to say, “ I am from Los Angeles, and I don’t think there is nothing much better than serving your hometown communities. Born and raised here and I felt like royalty to this department, I didn’t apply anywhere else. But, I knew I wanted to become a police officer
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