Work it, ladies!
The Internet has been drooling over law enforcement agencies posting pictures of their hot cops on social media. Departments across the country are getting in on the #HotCopChallenge. App users click here.
But it's the girl power emanating from the Richland County Sheriff's Department that's slaying the competition.
Investigator Caraly Alvarez, Senior Deputy III Katelyn Jasak, Sergeant Brittany Jackamonis, Deputy Adelyn Perez, K9 Specialist Emily Lemmond, and Investigator Aubree Taylor are posed in front of one of the department's new Cameros.
The post reads:
"These women represent the Richland County Sheriff's Department in Columbia, SC where it is our mission, as trusted public servants, to prevent crime and the fear of crime by providing excellence in law enforcement services, accountability, and connections with our communities. Not only do these women represent RCSD, but they represent the thousands of men and women in BLUE all across the world who proudly serve and protect their communities every day."
So far, the department's post has garnered more than 2,000 reactions. There's a lot of love in the comment section too.
One person wrote: "I love you guys decided to feature women! Great way to empower officers in this challenge as well! Yes, eye candy is nice for us ladies, but our female officers deserve a little recognition and love too!"
We are not worthy!More