If you have a female friend who works as police officer, then you may get a glimpse of the stressful and dangerous job she does every day she is on the streets. Police officers endure life-threatening situations and sometimes must perform duties that make communities safer but make some law-breakers angry or resentful. Get your female police officer friend a gift that will help make her job easier and help her relax during her off-duty hours.
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Purchase a professional shoulder bag or purse that is spacious enough for your friend to carry all of her important documents for a day at work and is secure enough to hold her gun. A holster bag can be disguised as a professional working bag when it has a self-contained holster compartment with a zipper that locks. This compartment can hold most small-frame and large-frame guns. The bag can double as a purse or grocery bag for shopping during off-duty hours.
Chocolate Police Badges
Many women love chocolate, and your friend who is a police officer will enjoy hand-crafted chocolate police badges. These badges are easy to make. Purchase a police badge chocolate mould from an online vendor, as well as chocolate discs made specifically for candy making, which you will melt and pour into the moulds. Arrange the police badges in a heart-shaped chocolate box. Include a card with the chocolates that greets your friend with the following message: "On-Duty Sweets for the Sweetest Officer in the Force."
Blue Rose Bouquet
Purchase for your friend who is a female police officer a bouquet of blue roses, which is the main colour that police officers across the country wear. You can have roses custom-dyed blue or you can purchase white roses that are streaked with blue. Wrap a red, yellow or white fabric ribbon around the vase's middle. Keeping with red, white, and blue themes is acceptable because police officers uphold and protect the laws of the United States.
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