I just read that a LEO is only 12% likely to be involved in an on duty shooting. Having worked for my county sheriff's department, I know there hasn't been an on duty shooting officer death in 25 years. Vehicle accidents, yes but different story. One of my soldiers was a reserve police officer for a major metropolitan area. He got more time off from on duty shootings than he got for regular paid time off. Just a few miles away looking at jurisdictional lines. Mileage varies a lot in that profession. In his county, a week off every month, especially in NARC. In my county, holster rust from an untouched firearm is more common.