ode I almost feel bad for the guy....could u imagine the fear/terror. No excuse being "law enforcement" and all. Would love to say I'd jump in the line of fire but how do you really know?
This is why you and I aren't cops or firefighters. I think you need to ask yourself before becoming a cop or firefighter this question. Are you willing to run towards the danger when everyone else is running away from the danger? Are you willing to possibly die doing your job?
I couldn't do it and I'm thankful others choose to do it. But if you sign up for that responsibility you better be able to do your job when the time comes to put your life on the line to try and save others.
I knew a guy who retired from the New York City Police Dept. He didn't want to do the dangerous parts of the job out on the street, so he spent his entire career working in the evidence room.
In the Parkland School case there was a 15 month investigation and it was determined that Peterson did not do what he should have done. He put his safety ahead of the kids safety. When the time came he was not willing to run towards the danger.