Hijacking this comment to say that none of these seemed like a freak out to me. Just a man passionate about his stance. Still glad it got posted so I get to see it, but calling it a freak out seems harmful to the very valid point this man is making. Chicago cops (and all city workers) are required to live within city limits to keep their jobs. For some reason, this has led to certain neighborhoods with large populations of cops as residents. They all kinda formed their own in-groups and communities instead of being part of all the other communities in the city they actually police.
It’s interesting because all teachers and Chicago Public School employees are required to live in city limits too, yet there aren’t “teacher neighborhoods” in Chicago. Because it’s harder to tell who’s a teacher than who’s a cop. Also, I can all but guarantee you the majority of those teachers ain’t living in the hood LOL, so yes, they are living in “teacher neighborhoods”, they’re just not called that and instead called “middle-class neighborhoods”I think it naturally happens when one cop recommends his neighborhood to another cop and in five years time, the entire neighborhood become a cop community much the same way as a student community or an Asian
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