Law Enforcement Officers 3 Times More Likely to Be Injured Than Other Workers

February 22, 2018

  • February 22, 2018 at 3:07 pm
    Agent says:
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    Do ya think? Think I will apply for a grant to study these issues.

    • February 22, 2018 at 5:57 pm
      DNCs Coll(F)usion GPShip Strzok an IceberGowdy says:
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      Your grant money may be denied; it may be directed to study effects of Global Warming.

      • February 23, 2018 at 3:41 pm
        helpingout says:
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        Polar,
        Again the correct term is climate change. Global warming is outdated. Thanks.

      • February 26, 2018 at 12:29 pm
        Agent says:
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        DNC’s, a sure way for law enforcement to not be injured on the job is not to go into an active shooting situation. They tend to stay save if they hide outside while children are being massacred on the inside until it is all over.

      • February 28, 2018 at 9:17 am
        Captain Planet says:
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        Let’s try to stay on topic there, Yogi!

        NOVEMBER 10, 2017 AT 10:29 AM
        PolarBeaRepeal says:
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        @Platitude: behave like an adult and accept fair criticism. We who read and comment here want adult level conversations on the TOPIC of the related article. If you can’t follow those simple guidelines, post elsewhere, where you can spout your vile hatred for those whose opinions don’t match yours.

  • February 22, 2018 at 10:31 pm
    George W Lee says:
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    I don’t know where in the world you are pulling your “facts” from. No credible source including the U.S Dept. of Labor statistics corresponds to your information. As a matter of fact, law enforcement doesn’t even place in the top ten for injuries & fatalities. Timber workers, fishermen, roofers, carpenters, ironworkers, roofers, trash & refuse workers, grounds & maintenance workers top most lists. supervisors/managers & sales classes show a higher fatality rate These statistics come from Forbes, U.S Today, Time, U.s Dept of Labor Statistics,— etc. Workman’s compensation classification are a good indicator. Check your facts.

    • February 23, 2018 at 10:52 am
      Confused says:
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      If you don’t know where they got their data you did not bother actually reading the article. Try reading this part again:

      The study researchers aim was to provide national estimates and trends of nonfatal injuries to law enforcement officers from 2003 – 2014. The study used nonfatal injury data from the National Electronic Injury Surveillance System – Occupational Supplement (NEISS-Work). Data were obtained for injuries treated in U.S. emergency departments from 2003-2014.

      • February 23, 2018 at 1:16 pm
        George W Lee says:
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        Read the title of the article again. Estimates & trends are not facts, as the title states.

        • February 23, 2018 at 4:50 pm
          Agent says:
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          Had the Broward Coward done his job, he might have been injured or killed, but he could have saved many young student lives. That guy will have to live with his cowardice for the rest of his life. Had he done his job and taken down the shooter, he would now be a national hero.



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