Sure, police are supposed to be setting an example for the rest of the public, correct? So having guys like Ronnie who obviously use drugs, whether they be steroids or anything else, probably is not the best image for the police force. The pure and simple fact is that these kind of drugs should not be illegal in the first place, and they would have nothing to worry about. Because they ARE illegal because of idiot lawmakers in America, they like to make examples out of people. What will firing juiced up police officers and firefighters do? Probably get rid of some of the BETTER ones, honestly. The ones who are most likely in the best shape and thus most likely able to save or protect you better than the next guy. But steroids are just (1) small problem. There are much worse things when it comes to crooked cops than them being on AAS. They choose steroids to pick on, because it is a small targeted group that they can control without any public outcry or backlash. In the end, it's just a waste of money, A LOT of money, in fact, to pay for all the testing involved in this, money that could be much better spent in a thousand different ways.