Ingleside Station Newsletter - February 14, 2018

“It’s 3AM. I am on patrol, alone in a police car. My only company is the endless chatter on the radio. The streets are quiet and the houses I pass are dark. It is in moments like this that I realize what policing is truly about. The community sleeps in the quiet and comfort and safety of their homes because I am out here. I am awake, vigilant, ready, and prepared to protect and serve. The city sleeps and reenergizes itself for a new day while I work to keep it safe. As the dawn approaches, the houses begin to light up, and the city awakes and prepares for a new day. While the city works, I will sleep, renew, and prepare to guard it once again.” –Michael Nila from The Nobility of Policing: Guardians of Democracy.

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