Every human being has a psychological breaking point; this is painfully obvious in the shadow of the Las Vegas shooting on Sunday, October 1st, 2017. Despite popular belief that cops are superhuman, even the toughest and best police officers are waging a psychological battle they can’t win on their own. If there is systemic oppression related to police officers, it lies in the macho, "I can handle it" culture that is prevalent throughout the policing community. This is a conversation cops and civilians alike must have if we are to expect the police to rise to the challenge of law enforcement.
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