They may be low tech, a little rude, a little crude and not too polished around the edges. Some of them may be a little lacking in people skills. Political correctness is not their strong suit. You won't see them on "Cops," but they handle anything the big city cops do. Their beat is measured in hundreds of square miles, not city blocks. Most of the time, their backup is at least twenty minutes away, if it is available at all. As their Sheriff says, "You do what you're big enough to do." Country cops know that there are many ways to "protect and serve" besides making arrests. They know that there is more to law enforcement than strict adherence to code sections in a criminal law book. There is right and wrong. The law is not necessarily right. Country cops go with what is right. The people they serve are not strangers, as is the case in urban America. Their folks are friends and neighbors. They are good and bad. Country cops take care of their people.
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