Unfortunately for law enforcement across the country, the American public takes for granted most things peace officers do to keep them safe. This bitterness, oftentimes apparent in pop culture and mainstream media, has not stopped at young menaces or incarcerated felons, but is now crossing over into the virtual stratosphere via www.ratemycop.com, a Web site where average American citizens can voice their disdain for law enforcement without feeling shameful of loathing those who protect the very homes they live in. The web site, which enables citizens from across the country to “rate” local law enforcement officers and departments on three criteria: authority, fairness and satisfaction, also gives the public the ability to tarnish the reputations of our officers, regardless of truthful or malicious intent.
The site has already been pulled by the site provider, who took it down due to inaccuracies, but now seems to be back up and running with no qualms. To check it out, visit www.ratemycop.com and return back to comment to share what you think about it.
You can visit the site by going to www.ratemycop.com
Unfortunately for law enforcement across the country, the American public takes for granted most…
by Tactical-Life.com / Mar 18, 2008