Police officers can be a tough sell, but the truth is they’re not bad guys.

And they’re often not even that bad.

So what can we do to get over the hump?

This article is part of a series of articles to help you better understand the fat cop stereotype, from the inside out.

You can read other articles on this topic at The American Prospect, The Atlantic, and The Huffington Post.

1.

Police officers are not bad people.

When you look at the statistics, the truth becomes apparent: the police officers in the United States are not all bad.

Police departments have some pretty decent jobs, and their officers are generally good people.

There are some exceptions, though, and it’s important to understand the differences between police officers and their counterparts on the street.

But even the police who are in charge of the streets have to work hard to stay out of trouble.

As the National Center for Public Policy Research found in a report last year, the average police officer is likely to have a job for at least five years before being fired.

The most dangerous job in the country is a job that requires police officers to have extensive experience and experience working as part of an organization.

These types of jobs tend to require that the police officer be on call and have the ability to work in an organized and safe environment.

This is often a skill that is passed down from generation to generation, as police officers who grew up in poor neighborhoods have an opportunity to learn the skills needed to be a police officer.

There’s no guarantee that you’ll ever have to be one of these types of people, but you can learn to be someone who can.

2.

Fat cops are not the only ones in the fat department.

Police have a history of abusing the poor and working with them to keep them from exercising their basic rights.

The American Civil Liberties Union reported in 2012 that about half of all police departments had officers who worked in the “food service” or “delivery” industries, which include the collection and distribution of food to the homeless.

These jobs often involve working in public places, which can lead to police brutality.

The ACLU found that, on average, these officers were more likely to be arrested and charged with crimes like robbery and assault than the general population of their jurisdiction.

The problem with these types is that they’re a bad fit for the job.

Many of these jobs are often done by the police department’s own employees, so when the officers are forced to work overtime, the overtime pay can be huge.

This type of overtime work can be extremely dangerous for both the officer and the person working the job, and the ACLU estimates that the average overtime pay for a police department officer is $19,600.

It’s a tough gig, and there are many who would rather work in the dark, and under their own power.

It may be tempting to give up on these types, but it’s also important to remember that this type of work is usually not an option for most people.

The majority of the fat cops work in cities where they can make a living as a result of a grant or a contract with the city, and they’re also trained to handle situations that are very different from the way police work.

So the fact that there are fat cops in your community doesn’t mean that you’re the only person in the world who is trying to live a life of poverty.

You might even be the only fat cop in the city.

3.

Fat cop stereotypes exist everywhere.

A big part of what makes the police work so well is that the majority of police officers are women, and a large majority of these women are police officers.

According to the National Police College, women make up more than a third of all the police on the force.

These numbers can be difficult to understand, because it’s often assumed that women are the “default” fat cop, and fat women are viewed as the exception.

It turns out, though: there’s more to the picture than that.

The vast majority of women who are police are not in the department solely for their jobs.

Many women work in low-wage jobs, such as the maids, housekeepers, or housekeeping agents.

The number of women in these jobs is also not uniform.

In New York City, for example, nearly 70 percent of the women who work as housekeepers are men.

Many other cities have even higher proportions of men and women in police.

This isn’t to say that fat cops are always the norm, though.

According the National Association of Attorneys General, more than one-third of the police departments in the US are male.

In addition, women are overrepresented in all professions, from medical staff to salespeople.

While police officers may be the least desirable job in terms of salary, there are other jobs that can be very rewarding.

4.

Fat officers are often more likely than the average person to commit crimes.

Fat people are also less likely to

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