Marc Blazejowski: To Serve and Protect the Community is a Police Officer’s Job

Serving on the police force in any city is an honor that many people who are not officers cannot fully understand. The officers work to make sure the city they live in is as safe as it can be at all times of the day and night. Marc Blazejowski is a retired police officer from Bristol, Connecticut. He knows just what it takes to be a police officer and all the duties that come with the job.

Police officers and all other members of the force have sworn to protect the laws, peace and citizens of all cities they serve.  The Bristol Police Department, for example, has an exemplary history of work in the community and has been awarded a number of awards over the years.  Police work is one of the most difficult careers one can be in, and many officers work hard at becoming the best members of the force that they can be.

Officers know that their bodies and minds have to be sharp in order to successfully protect the city. It is important for officers to maintain a high level of physical conditioning, and they are offered many professional police clinics and specialized training to further tone their bodies. This ensures that they can pursue a suspect on foot if need be, and not suffer negative ramifications.

The police force is a highly commendable group of people who have a lot of bravery, dedication, and love for the cities they choose to protect. They take an oath and make sure to maintain it at all costs. Not everyone is brave enough to choose this line of work, and those that are, need to be appreciated more than they are. Thank a police officer the next time you see one. They will appreciate it as much as you appreciate the service they provide.

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