Dating a policeman advice
The Hours Can Be Antisocial: Again this will depend on the particular role your partner has within the police force.
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.
Many women are attracted to a man in uniform, and police officers are a commonly coveted type of uniformed man.
Dating a police officer is much like dating a man in any other profession; however there are a few differences that some women don't take notice of when pursuing a relationship with a policeman.
However what’s important to remember is that these are really just a few bad eggs spoiling it for the majority.
It’s important to judge you partner on their own merits and not stereotypes and misconceptions.
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.
Remember though that police officers are well trained and equipped and will generally do things in pairs – and many other jobs such as working on a building site carry other considerable risks.
You just need to decide whether that’s enough to put your mind at rest and whether you’re happy to continue in that light.
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.
However that’s not how a police officer’s job works and they’re not going to arrest you for a petty crime while they’re off duty any more than any of your friends are likely to perform a citizens arrest.