Departments Now “Having Hard Time” Finding People Who Want to Be Police Officers, Blaming Social Media

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Interest in Being a Cop Continues to Plummet

New figures have been released by WBAY showing that Seattle isn’t the only place where law enforcement jobs are undesired.

In Green Bay, Wisconsin, interest in getting hired as a law enforcement officer has dropped dramatically at nearly 50%.  

“Our numbers are dropping,” says Capt. Jeff Sanborn, with the Brown County Sheriff’s Office.

“We’re struggling to get people to apply,” says Lt. Jeff Brester, with the Green Bay Police Department.

When asked why they think their numbers are sinking, Sanborn replied “I would say negative publicity, law enforcement publicity even in the last two to three years, Ferguson obviously being one of them.”

In 2013, only 88 applicants for police work performed the written examination. In 2014, the number was even less: only 47 took the test. That is almost a 50% decline, according to statistical reports.

Police departments around the country are beginning to complain that widespread criticism of the institution of law enforcement is making it harder for them to find people who want to work as police officers.

The recent events in Ferguson, they say, are partly to blame for the backlash against police.

But many of us know that Ferguson is only the tip of the iceberg — underneath the surface, there are thousands of other cases of beating, raping, and killing, all committed by an institution that is supposedly here to “protect” us.

The widespread exposure and criticism of this institution is becoming so popular that officers in the Seattle Metro area are complaining that it’s hard for them to find new applicants.

And Cynthia Fajardo, the president of the Pierce County Deputy Sheriff’s Guild, says that multiple police agencies are having the same problem.

Many departments report that this lack of applicants is due largely to the fact that growing numbers of Americans no longer respect the institution, and view it with deep distrust, due to stories of abuse being spread through social media.

“If you check with any of the agencies here in the Seattle metro area, every single agency is having a very difficult time getting people who want to be police officers anymore,” said Fajardo, in an interview with local news affiliate K5.

Cops like Fajardo do understand that Americans have been skeptical of the institution of state policing for quite some time, that it didn’t just start with Ferguson.

They believe that social media is what’s causing the problem of skepticism toward police officers.

But they’re wrong about that.  Their own abusive actions are causing the problem.

This skepticism of police officers is a “problem” for the institution of law enforcement in the same sense that skepticism of, say, 19th century plantation overseers became a “problem” for the institution of slavery.

The reality is that police are individuals, and individuals are responsible for their actions.

Individuals who willingly agree to coerce, extort, and initiate violence upon peaceful people in order to maintain a monopolistic rule of corrupt politicians are naturally going to be distrusted.

They are responsible for what they do, not social media.

Social media is merely a new mechanism to display their actions in front of a larger audience.

As more Americans remove the scales from their eyes and see that the institution of law enforcement was created relatively recently  (for most of human history we survived just fine without it) and only for the purpose of maintaining a corrupt political order, departments will have a harder time finding any applicants.

Few people want to be part of something like that.

Old institutions wither away as new generations create organic and more innovative alternatives.

The state-controlled monopolistic institution of policing is no exception.

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10 thoughts on “Departments Now “Having Hard Time” Finding People Who Want to Be Police Officers, Blaming Social Media

  1. What was left out is that people know when the rubber meets the road that the cops will be gunned down in mass numbers as payback for the terrorism they have committed on the community. Why join a out of control agency that is going to get wiped out.

  2. If the American people did the same with the military, there would be a problem with all these illegal wars. No one to do the dirty work for jew land.

  3. Good. Hire the wetbacks to be stinking, low-life, murdering, thieving, rapist pigs if Americans don’t want the job. This way we can see the pigs and the wetbacks get what they deserve at the same time.

    “They believe that social media is what’s causing the problem of skepticism toward police officers.”

    First of all, it’s not “skepticism”. It’s pure hatred, and perfectly justified, for this biggest menace to decent society this country has ever seen.
    Secondly, people talking to each other, whether it be through social media, or at the local bar, is only a problem if you’ve done things to piss off everyone in your community.

    YOU’RE A STINKING PIG BASTARD AND YOU’RE GOING TO GET WHAT YOU DESERVE FOR IT, YOU PIECES OF STEAMING, HUMAN FILTH.

    I feel dirty now just from talking about the pigs.

  4. This is the perfect job for illegals,you know the jobs that ameriKan don’t want anyway. Illegals driving around controlling the real ameriKans who are legal is exactly what they want isn’t it? Anyone other than an ego driven psychopath would not want the job being a pig anyway.

  5. Its not social media. Its the fact that the population only has so many socio- and psychopathic people. They are just plain out of schizo’s. If we reduce the amount off politicians and CEOs we might could get another 1000 or so.

    I am all for outsourcing. Like Jolly Roger said. Hire the mexican dirt balls. WE NEED MORE COPS. this revolution will take for ever at this pace.

  6. So they are having a harder time finding people who want to traitor out their own family, friends and neighbors. Who’d a thunk it? It’s not that there aren’t plenty of psychopaths who want to go out and hurt people, it just that now everyone knows what they are. The time of the cop being able to beat someone down and still be considered “in the right” has passed. Personally, I don’t see why we let the wealthy have them (cops) anyway. This is just one of many examples where being peaceful but aware of Truth leads to positive results.

  7. “When asked why they think their numbers are sinking, Sanborn replied “I would say negative publicity, law enforcement publicity even in the last two to three years, Ferguson obviously being one of them.”

    Police departments around the country are beginning to complain that widespread criticism of the institution of law enforcement is making it harder for them to find people who want to work as police officers.”

    Bahahahahahaha!! ROLMFAO!!!

    Yea, I’m sure it has absolutely nothing with the fact that the police are completely insane and out of control, tase and murder innocent people for fun and confiscate everything people have while getting away with it all.

    Nope. It can’t be that at all. It must be that Ferguson thing and the Race Card. Yea, that’s it. 🙄

    Unfrigginbelievable……

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