Bismarck Police – “Walk A Mile In Someone Else’s Shoes”
We live in Bismarck, North Dakota - we are a part of the United States Of America - that's a fact. For the most part, Americans can speak their mind.
That is one of the privileges we have living in this country, you have a right to express yourself and never have there been so many social media platforms to deliver your message. Bismarck and Mandan have had some volatile situations lately involving crime - A terrible hit and run in Mandan, a murder ( shooting ) at an apartment parking lot, and just a couple of days ago a suspect that had reportedly stolen a motor vehicle fired his gun at a Bismarck officer ( who returned fire ) and barricaded himself inside a trailer where he was found dead.
A post on Bismarck's People Reporting News ( BPRN ) expressed his views on our local police department and what our city is doing about mental health
This was what I was writing about earlier, Tanner Germain felt his right to express his concern for our Bisman police departments, here is what he wrote:
How was his message received?
Well as you can expect Tanner received his share of negative comments, and when I talked to him on the phone this morning I was honest and said how I feel - "Walk A Mile In Someone Else's Shoes" - that's really all I would say, because I didn't want him to feel that my point of this article was to tell him I think he is false in his beliefs that our police department doesn't care. I respect Tanner for having the guts to be honest with his opinions, for that's what our country is all about, however, I want to make it perfectly clear that anyone who denies just how tough it must be to be in law enforcement that they "Walk A Mile In Someone Else's Shoes"