Dating a gay police officer
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Be prepared to spend time together at unusual times of day or night, during brief interludes, with occasional long periods of time apart.
Quite often you'll find groups of policemen sharing meals at coffee shops near the police station, or enjoying a few off-duty beers at local taverns nearby.
Make the rounds of the establishments near your local precinct, or join your Neighborhood Watch program and you will likely meet a few good men. One of your top priorities should be to obey the law regardless of who your boyfriend is, but to date a police officer will require you to go by the book on all accounts.
You won't want to him compromise his principles (or his job), and neither will he if you are doing something illegal.
No matter what legal issues you may have had in your past, make sure your present and future are squeaky clean to ensure a smooth-running relationship with a male cop. Because protecting the public is a 24-hour-a day responsibility, police work is anything but a 9-to-5 job.
The Police are also opening its doors to gays and some professional unions and organizations are also there to help.