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06-20-06, 06:34 PM #81Officer First Class
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06-20-06, 06:42 PM #82katiemh GuestOriginally Posted by bigdog21
One of the best ways to increase your intellect is by being challenged on what you THINK you know and/or know nothing about.
As a note, work on your grammar. Report writing is a large part of the academy, LE applicant testing, and the job itself.
06-20-06, 09:22 PM #83
I knew a guy once who worked at the jail who had a hot temper. It was always easy to piss him off. Plus he walked around and treated inmates like shit and acted like he knew everything.
Then he went and joined a police department and carried that attitude with him on the road. He got lousy DORs from his FTOs, because he had this "you can't teach me anything" attitude.
Then a sergeant pulled him aside. Discussed the issue with him. And said something to the effect of "You think you know something? You been on the road, what? A minute? What exactly do you think you know?"
His reply, "I don't know shit, Sarge."
"Good," said the Sergeant, "keep remembering that and let us teach you something."
I'm told he's been a great officer ever since.
And no, it wasn't me. I wish I wised up so quick.The virtue of spirit has no need for thanks or approval. Only the certain conviction that what has been done is right. -Jor El, as played by Marlon Brando
06-20-06, 09:41 PM #84
I can't believe this thread is still going.The opinions given in my posts DO NOT reflect the opinions, views, policies, and/or procedures of my employing agency. They are my personal opinions only, thereby releasing my agency of any liability, or involvement in anything posted under the username "Beans" on LEF.
06-28-06, 01:06 AM #85Originally Posted by beans43
(='.'=) This is Bunny. Copy and paste Bunny into your
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06-28-06, 02:26 AM #86THE five-ohVerified LEO
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I'm not even going to comment on this matter.
06-28-06, 02:28 AM #87
I used to teach security officers. If you've been to a certification course, we teach both proper care for a pepper spray subject, and how to clean equipment that has been contaminated. If you didn't learn that in your pepper spray certification course, your instructor is probably a 'tard.
If you didn't TAKE a certificaton course... well, you do the math.
Just an observation from a security instructor.
Never tarnish a badge, no matter what is says on it."My motivation is slipping, people bug me, and I'm tired of wasting my time on drivel."
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06-28-06, 02:59 AM #88
Personally i was thinking maybe rub them over the next perp to wipe them off ??? ok ok im kidding , sorta kinda ... but soap and water or mr clean antibacterial and hot water works well too ... pssst , dont forget to dry them off ...
06-28-06, 03:04 AM #89
This was pretty funny.
I'm not even going to say anything!
Well I lied. COMMON SENSE!!!!! PLEASE!!!!!"We're surrounded. That simplifies the problem."
Lewis B. "Chesty" Puller, USMC
If your enemy is secure at all points, be prepared for him. If he is in superior strength, evade him. If your opponent is temperamental, seek to irritate him. Pretend to be weak, that he may grow arrogant. If he is taking his ease, give him no rest. If his forces are united, separate them. If sovereign and subject are in accord, put division between them. Attack him where he is unprepared, appear where you are not expected.
- Sun Tzu, the Art of War
06-28-06, 04:13 AM #90
9 pages on how to clean handcuffs. Where did this thread go wrong?
Anyway, It's been fun. Here, Have a kitten........
06-28-06, 09:14 PM #91
Oh thank you for the kitten. Dawg needs something to play with under the bridge.
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