Congratulations to your daughter. It's an honorable profession, and often not offered the respect due. Having walked the walk myself, I can tell her that I wouldn't change it for the world. Having served as a police officer was one of the highlights of my life. Being there, and helping others in their time of need, is as righteous a cause as there is.
I love that smile. She's in a profession she enjoys. You can't beat that. Even the 12 and 16 hours day go quicker than any 8 hour days on a job you hate.
She's employed in one of the most exciting occupations there is on earth. There's a reason so many TV shows are based on law enforcement, even if they're over the top compared to reality.
Tell her to write good notes about everything, because some day she could have the makings of a great story that can give her extra money. Take my word for it. It's worked out nicely for a lot of us who've been there.
Had her 1st attempted suicide last week. Guy cut himself up with a razor.( no longer allowed) Neck and wrists. She kept him from bleeding out and they got him to the hospital. I'm very proud of her for doing this! He's in jail for having sex with a 14 year old.