Kansas City (Kan.) Police Officer Kenneth Garrett made more than 400 arrests for DUI in 2011 and has racked up more than 10,000 in his 20-year career, making him one of the most prolific drunk-driving enforcers in the country.
"Everybody finds their niche at some point," Garrett tells the Kansas City Star. "My little niche is finding drunks."
Nabbing drunks involves dealing with sometimes angry, unpredictable people. The unpleasant odors of vomit and urine have to be sanitized out of patrol cars. And verbal abuse just comes with the territory. Then there are the bribery attempts from people desperate to get out of their predicament.