Very masculine." Like all occupations, female officers run the gamut as far as personal attributes. Another part to this stereotype is the misperception a feminine, petite woman who can not do the job.
Police officers know which questions to ask — and listen carefully to the answers.
Police officers don’t shy away from confrontation; they deal with it. Your friends may tease you about handcuffs and strip searches — and you probably won’t mind. Your date will know both the hidden gems and places to avoid in the neighborhoods he/she is assigned to. To excel at the job, a police officer’s personal integrity is an important quality. Your date should be a good driver — and probably knows all the traffic laws (and loopholes) in the area. Your date is trying to make the world — or at least the neighborhood — a better place.
Would those challenges be there had I selected another occupation such as school teacher or veterinarian? The Numbers Game By the time a woman can become a police officer in the U.
S.—considering the birth rates and immigration rates—there are slightly more men than woman in the population per age group.
Go Out With Someone Who Has Sworn to Serve and Protect Others!