Dating nypd officer
There are those who serve and protect and those who service and protect. He's actually the third cop I've known on a personal level and the second one I've dated.
“But I don’t think the NYPD should waste resources on this.
The NYPD has bigger problems.” An officer who posts uniformed “selfies” could be “using what the uniform represents” for unscrupulous ends, said a member of the department.
The department and city would be much better served putting its investigatory resources into solving crime rather than looking into social-media pages of the men and women who risk their lives to protect this city.” The NYPD said in a statement, “This directive is in compliance with the New York City Social Media Policy and is in part intended to protect officers from divulging identifying information on social- media sites that may endanger officer safety.” Not everyone thinks the NYPD policy is a bad one.
“Personally, I think they’re a bunch of lowlifes using the uniform to get laid,” said one cop, who asked his name not be revealed.
But the crackdown has many cops pulling down their online profiles.
That includes a 29-year-old officer from Brooklyn who until yesterday had posted a photo of himself on wearing a uniform and posing next to an NYPD motorcycle, while announcing, “I like girls who have some respect for themselves.” Also deactivated yesterday: The looking-for-love profile of a 31-year-old officer from The Bronx, which included a photo of the Romeo in blue alongside the assurance, “I promise, I’m not a bad guy.” The NYPD social-media policy — which has been taught at the Police Academy for three years — is designed to prevent officers from embarrassing the department while wearing its uniform, sources said.