A lot of people believe that the police works for governments and politicians rather than the people they swore to serve.
Policemen vow to serve justice and the people; however, there are a lot of times when they don't work for the people.
Policemen act in a very rude way because of their professionalism. This makes people think that they are intentionally being rude.
A lot of policemen do not treat people fairly. They treat all people like criminals.
Policemen act very stupid and stubborn at times. They act as if every case is a crime.
A lot of policemen are corrupt; stealing and committing the crimes that they swore to fight.
Policemen in a lot of countries act like they are superior to other people. They treat people like they are lesser beings.
Most notably in the USA, there are a lot of incidents that show that policemen hate black people.
Policemen are supposed to do two things: give and follow orders. That takes away their human side except for individual incidents. People think they act like robots because of that.
In most of the third world countries, interrogations can take a violent turn where the interrogated person gets abused and harassed.
Most of the developed world suffers from bribing incidents, which turn the police force into villains rather than people protectors.
Policemen rarely acknowledge mistakes on their behalf. They try to always seem right.
Many people file in reports that the police arrived too late to a crime scene.
Policemen in general have a mean demeanor to keep their pretentious persona, which is a part of their training.
Policemen, especially in developing countries, are very vocal and loud when speaking to other lower ranking officers or to people in general.
Policemen, especially in developing countries, use abusive language that scares people away from them.