One of the challenges of being a police officer is dealing with the fact that not everyone’s always happy to see you.
That’s because cops are in charge of enforcing the law, and no one likes to get a speeding ticket or a stern warning about having too much to drink at a sporting event or a nightclub.
So, more often than not, at the point of contact, cops are dealing with people that have done something wrong.
But what about when people do something right?
A police department in New Hampshire is cleverly incentivizing good behavior by rewarding people with pizza and other goodies when officers see someone use a crosswalk or wear their seatbelts.