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11-17-09, 06:11 AM #21
There is a great source of information here from other officers, retired and active, who will be happy to answer any questions you may have. We also have alot of interesting articles and some great threads to read through. Enjoy yourself and welcome from Southeastern Indiana!
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11-17-09, 07:01 PM #22
I just got the call, I get sworn in tomorrow!!
I dropped off the application on October 7th and on November 17th got word that I'm hired. I can't believe how fast it moved.
11-17-09, 07:04 PM #23
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11-18-09, 12:25 AM #25
Welcome from Northern California.
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11-18-09, 02:01 AM #26
Congradulations on your good news.Do not war for peace. If you must war, war for justice. For without justice there is no peace. -me
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11-18-09, 03:23 AM #27
Nice work!"If anything worthwhile comes of this tragedy, it should be the realization by every citizen that often the only thing that stands between them and losing everything they hold dear... is the man wearing a badge." -- Ronald Reagan, in the wake of the deaths of 4 CHP troopers in the Newhall Incident, 1970
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11-18-09, 11:43 PM #28
Just got home, I was sworn in this afternoon and had training until about 30 mins ago. The training was on take down tactics and my arm is all bruised up from it. All I know is if this is the type of training I'm going to have then this is going to be a great trip. I was so much fun throwing a guy six inches taller than me and he had a good fifty pounds on me across the floor with what seemed like little effort.
11-19-09, 01:50 PM #29
11-19-09, 06:49 PM #30
Be prepared for questions, I'm sure I'll have quite a few through this process.
11-19-09, 07:03 PM #31
If you enjoy trainwrecks read some more:
The Holding Cell - Officer Resource
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11-19-09, 07:44 PM #32
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11-19-09, 11:15 PM #33
welcome and congrats.
11-20-09, 04:29 PM #34
The academy is a great place for learning the books, tactics and techniques, but the real learning starts when you hit the streets. Most importantly is keeping yourself safe, always wear a vest, know your surroundings and keep ears and eyes wide open.
11-20-09, 07:37 PM #35
Here's the link to the reserves I'm a part of - Police Reserve Program
From what I've found there aren't many reserves positions in Wisconsin. I've been able to find tons in some other states but it seems like they are few and in between here. I'm not complaining because this should make it easier for me to get a job as a full time officer as I'll have that many less other reserves going against me.
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