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  • MUSC Police HIRING Charleston SC.

    The Medical University of South Carolina is hiring Law Enforcement Officer I, a 65 officer police force on the historic peninsula of Charleston, providing policing for the campus and hospital;

    Under general supervision is responsible to the Shift Lieutenant of the uniform force and in his absence the Shift Sergeant for the protection of life and property at MUSC. Enforces the laws of the State, County, and rules and regulations of MUSC.


    http://www.musc.edu/publicsafety/services.shtml


    https://www.jobs.musc.edu/applicants...=1280357479506
    Good people sleep peaceably in their beds at night only because rough men stand ready to do violence on their behalf.

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    Be prepared to stick forks in your eyes just to pass the time.

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    • #3
      Yearly Activity Summary 2009

      A= MAJOR CRIMES (Homicides, Robberies, Larcenies) = TOTAL 332
      B= MINOR CRIMES (Trespassing, Drunkenness) = TOTAL 87
      C= INFO. REPORTS (Disturbances, Accidents) =TOTAL 498
      D= CALLS FOR SERVICE (Escorts, Alarms, Unlocks, Assists) = TOTAL 80,063
      Good people sleep peaceably in their beds at night only because rough men stand ready to do violence on their behalf.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Magic Matt View Post
        Yearly Activity Summary 2009

        A= MAJOR CRIMES (Homicides, Robberies, Larcenies) = TOTAL 332
        B= MINOR CRIMES (Trespassing, Drunkenness) = TOTAL 87
        C= INFO. REPORTS (Disturbances, Accidents) =TOTAL 498
        D= CALLS FOR SERVICE (Escorts, Alarms, Unlocks, Assists) = TOTAL 80,063
        Was that supposed to show that they are busy?

        Minus the BS escorts/assists I probably handle that many calls myself a year, let alone the other few hundred officers I work with.

        MUSC is there to unlock classroom doors and escort people to their cars after work. Not a real police job. It is good for retired guys who want to collect a paycheck to supplement their sorry SCPORS retirement.

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        • #5
          It was just to indicate what was involved, I did not even know MUSC had a police, but others might be interested in a slower paced policing, looking for some positive public interactions, or just an entry level position. Not everyone wants to work North Charleston’s slums running from one call to another all shift…

          The thing I don’t get is your attitude, super cop, usually the looking down on other cops agencies as not being “real police” indicates a high level of immaturity?
          Good people sleep peaceably in their beds at night only because rough men stand ready to do violence on their behalf.

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          • #6
            Look Magic ignore him, I work for the Veterans Affairs, and we do less then MUSC. A cop is a cop no matter where they work. Small town, rural county is not going to generate as many calls as NYC, LAPD, Miami, but they are no less no more "real cops."
            IGNORE LIST - Banastretarlton AKA "banana boy"

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            -----Louis Pasteur

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            -------Col. David "Hack" Hackworth

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            ------------YOU are RESPONSIBLE for YOUR OWN ACTIONS

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            • #7
              Originally posted by VACOP1 View Post
              Look Magic ignore him, I work for the Veterans Affairs, and we do less then MUSC. A cop is a cop no matter where they work. Small town, rural county is not going to generate as many calls as NYC, LAPD, Miami, but they are no less no more "real cops."
              I know what your saying, I have never looked down on another police agency, even when in my last gig there were those who looked down on “lowly” patrol officers, I respect all of us who put on the badge and face the indomitable task of law enforcement.

              By the way, on further ready on the agency in question, a few years ago, one of their officers was shot in a multi suspect shoot out, after shooting one of the fugitives from a city wide man hunt of fleeing robbery suspects....
              Good people sleep peaceably in their beds at night only because rough men stand ready to do violence on their behalf.

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