Dating a female cop
At the same time it means having a partner who is passionate about what they do, and who is bringing home a good salary with a good pension plan. However at the same time this can also come with it a number of different problems and points of contention that don't exist when dating people with other careers.
Imagine having someone constantly wanting to know who it was that gave you a dirty look from across the room or asking when you’re going to be home.And while you do you can know that your partner is going off to do something worthwhile.Again if you do have a problem with it, you can always try and convince them to change departments.It Can Be a Power Trip: Unfortunately police work has a bad rep in some circles and this comes from a few police men and women who let the power go to their head.At the same time these aspects of the job can sometimes attract the wrong kinds of people.), so you’ll have awkward encounters when you’re out to dinner and run into someone they’ve dealt with.
I read an example from a police wife that said her husband sometimes sneaks out the back door when they’re at dinner because he doesn’t want anyone to know his family.
People will hate your significant other for doing things like giving them a speeding ticket (how dare they protect you!
) or tossing them in jail for assault (how dare they not let you beat someone in a drunken rage!
However many positions will involve patrolling around pubs and clubs during closing hours, or getting called out at unearthly hours or during children's parties in order to attend to an emergency.
Again this is a personal decision and you need to decide whether you're okay with it if you are able to see the plus side then it means you can get some time to yourself to pursue your interests or engage in some light reading or TV watching.
However if they are out patrolling the streets or even directing traffic this can be a different story and if you are the kind of person who is prone to worrying then this can mean that you are left at home worrying about whether they are going to make it back okay or not.