I appreciate what Shaq is doing, he is bridging the gap for a lot of people that simply don't trust law enforcement right now. It's a huge problem in this country and the positive light Shaq would shine on any police department would be an absolute positive. However, with that said, let's not be ridiculous here. Shaq's experience in law enforcement includes A) Being interested B) Being supportive and C) Catching a hit and run suspect in Coconut Grove. This isn't exactly the resume of a man who should head of a police department in any county in this country. So, while I appreciate the sentiment, let's leave police work to actual police officers.