So is the implication that you are above working Campus Police? If so I kind of take offense, after all my job pays my bills, gives me a good benefits plan, and provides me with tuition remission which saves me plenty of cash from school. I'm sorry we all can't have a riveting exciting law enforcement career as a Site Officer with the Municipal Police. The majority of the Officers we have here in DMH and a lot of the other Campus Police Officers I know do what we have to do to appease our employers, but that's life. When its all said and done the fact the I do many duties that have nothing to do with law enforcement, doesn't affect me much because at the end of the day DMH is just my JOB not my life. I do suppose if I wrapped my identity around what I did @ work I guess I would have an issue with it, but as long as I'm gaining experience in Law Enforcement, drawing a paycheck, and receiving a good benefits package, my head hits the pillow nightly without difficulty.Officer Dunngeon said:These are all reasons why I would NEVER work as a campus cop. I would rather move out of state then subject myself to that crap.