What is the difference between doctors & nurses, and police?
Studies have estimated that medical errors cause 250,000 deaths per year in the US.
Police only kill around a thousand people each year in total, with only a small number being unjustified or accidental.
So the difference?
Police are expected to be perfect and for all the hype, you're are far greater risk of being killed by someone in the health industry than by a cop. If you don't point guns at them or resist arrest, your chance of death-by-cop drops to practically zero.
How come cops have to "Serve and Protect" and not be expected to ever make a mistake, and to be held accountable for those mistakes, when medical stall get to "Bury and Forget" and all that happens is compensation is paid?