Cowardly Cop 

Cowardly Cop

Two NYPD cops are involved in a shooting. A camera captures the incident as one officer bears the brunt of the confrontation while his partner flees the scene. Was this a discrepancy in training? Unlikely. The officer fleeing the scene is clearly not cut out for police work. This officer should have rendered aid to his partner, who engaged the suspects in the shootout. Incredibly, the cowardly officer was said to have no prior incidents of concern. Something needs to be done in the hiring process to ensure this kind of candidate does not end up wearing a badge and hanging another officer out to dry. Click here for the full article

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Comment Realistically, I don't think d there is any real way to tell how anyone may react in a shooting situation, without actually putting them in such a situtation. It certainly can't be determined from an employment interview.

Thu Sep 22, 2005 2:36 pm MST by Randy

Comment How do you weed out cowards during the hiring process? What questions do you ask?... Mr. Smith, before we give you this job, please tell me, are you a coward? Will you run away when people start shooting at you? Will you roll over on your partner during an IA investigation?

Wed Sep 14, 2005 7:18 am MST by Keith

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