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01-23-07, 01:17 PM #1
Stafford county sheriff
Ive asked this on another law enforcement forum before. Im just trying to find out if anybody on here has any info about Stafford county sheriffs office. I take the leo test in March for them, and im curious to know a little bit more about the department. It seems like a great place to work, ive talked to a few people about it. Not one person had one bad thing to say about it. Thanks for any replies
01-23-07, 01:19 PM #2
IT SUCKS DUDE RUN....j/k dont know it
01-23-07, 01:28 PM #3
lol, scared me for a second.
01-23-07, 01:30 PM #4
Well, I hail from that area... I'm not a member of the department, but all of my interactions with them have been good so far. Good bunch of guys and gals as far as I can see.
Good luck."Where's your towel Arthur?" -Ford Prefect
"You! On your knees!" -Green Jello
Some take delight in the carriages a rollin'
and some take delight in the hurley and the bowlin',
I take delight in the juice of the barley,
and courtin' pretty fair maids in the morning bright and early...
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Warning my statements do not reflect the policies, procedures or views of my agency. As a matter of fact, they think I'm just as nuts as you do, so shove it and blow it out of your fart tube.
01-23-07, 01:31 PM #5
Thanks! I appriciate the info.
01-23-07, 01:34 PM #6
Never personally had any contact with them, but I heard through a friend that you really need to be careful of
01-23-07, 01:36 PM #7
01-23-07, 01:38 PM #8
I used to live around there. Worst part is the cost of housing, as far as I can tell. It's a nice area.
01-23-07, 03:38 PM #9
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01-23-07, 04:04 PM #11
Seriously. I recently went to DT recert at the Nebraska Law Enforcement Training Center and they gave us old guys a wake-up call. They said that, with the war going on and most cops are in the Reserves, as well as the high turnout of Criminal Justice college grads, this is creating a turn around in the industry. Most agencies can no longer afford to turn applicants away. Instead, they are offering signing bonuses, extra perks for college grads, and so on. This is also written about in pubs like American Police Beat. It is no longer a situation where the recruit has to sell himself to the agency. The agency now needs to sell itself to the recruit. True story!
01-23-07, 04:21 PM #12
01-23-07, 06:00 PM #13The Reason People Hate Cops & Causer of WarSupporting Member Lvl 2
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PWPD is a good agency, but it's tight. Lots of micro-managing and rules. Fairfax County is similar -- though actually a bit looser.
Apply to several agencies; most in the area need bodies, and someone will likely hire you if you're qualified. But the process still takes time. And don't ignore the town & city agencies! Good luck.
01-24-07, 02:38 PM #14
Thanks!, I just looked into herndon like you implied. They have the shortest hiring time I have ever seen! Only 12 weeks after the first interview. Im putting my application in with them as soon as I can get my damn computer to print it! Thanks for all the information stay safe, and take care.
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