The books I'm currently working on revolve around a couple of police officers who also happen to be Doms. They tend to be the suspicious sort, as well as a little controlling of the women they love, because they want to keep their lady happy, healthy and safe.
Today's post is a link to Margaret Taylor's STTA (Something to Think About) Blog. Margaret has spent over twenty years in law enforcement with ten years in Narcotics for the California Department of Justice. Her experiences and thoughts are definitely "Something to Think About" as she discusses Cop Families.
Below is a small excerpt:
"It's an unfortunate fact, most children who are sexually abused are victimized by relatives or close family friends. Cops live with that knowledge. Is it any wonder they're suspicious and paranoid?
Within three months of my working Sex Preds, my son entered my life. The first case I pulled was a child pornography case involving a toddler. Can you guess who I saw every time I looked at the photos?
That was a very difficult time for me. Needless to say, I also developed a very short list of who could watch my child.
Most LEOs (Law Enforcement Officers) have guardian/protector mentalities. We know what can happen and fight to make sure our loved ones don’t become victims. So we become butt-heads and invade their privacy, not because we don’t trust them – it’s their friends we have issues with."
To read Margaret's complete post, please visit http://www.mataylor1010.blogspot.com/
It will definitely give you reason to consider just how much the loyal guys and gals in blue are sacrificing to keep us safe.