Dating police detective
But at the same time, dating a police officer can be a truly rewarding dating experience.
The sense of trust and security you acquire is the biggest positive.
If you’re the independent sort, you’ll have plenty of that much-needed time to yourself.
Your date will likely help inspire the next generation of cops. Police officers have partners on the job — and value loyal partners at home to support them, too.
Police officers know which questions to ask — and listen carefully to the answers.
Police officers don’t shy away from confrontation; they deal with it. Your friends may tease you about handcuffs and strip searches — and you probably won’t mind. Your date will know both the hidden gems and places to avoid in the neighborhoods he/she is assigned to. To excel at the job, a police officer’s personal integrity is an important quality. Your date should be a good driver — and probably knows all the traffic laws (and loopholes) in the area. Your date is trying to make the world — or at least the neighborhood — a better place.
There’s no substitute for planning ahead if you're a police officer looking to date.
It goes without saying that you're a very busy professional.
Everyone is different, but my ex was extremely anti-alcohol because of a lot of alcohol related situations he had witnessed on the job.Having dated several people who work in law enforcement, I’ve learned quite a bit. One of the things I initially loved when I dated a cop for the first time was how safe I felt with them.Not only do they care about your wellbeing, you know they also care about the wellbeing of those around them – it’s a nice feeling.If anything were to go wrong, you know you’re in good hands.2) They might have different views on drugs and alcohol than you do.