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  • Originally posted by Code12911 View Post

    My buddy was hired there without an interview... I couldn't help you with how many move on though sorry. He told me that they just called him up one day asked him to fill out a form and offered him the job.
    If I could ask what was your buddies background in?

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    • Code12911
      Code12911 commented
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      He is a retired SNCO who retired from Langley, with a background as a 0083 from the Pentagon like me.

    • NCG128
      NCG128 commented
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      Do they only hire vets really?

  • If you're not a preference eligible veteran, you probably won't hear anything
    I don't answer recruitment messages....

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    • SUPPLYORDIE
      SUPPLYORDIE commented
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      Excited about the possibility being a veteran so I ask how true is your statement?

    • orlandofed5-0
      orlandofed5-0 commented
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      As long as you're a preference eligible veteran, you should hear back. Almost all the hires the past 5-6 years have been preference eligible veterans. The days of hiring retired Philly PD are long gone

  • Hello. Any current US Mint Police Officer please let me know if the tattoo policy is enforced? Would I be able to wear long sleeves year round?

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    • Any idea if corrections training/expierence will count for anything? From what im reading, both jobs are similar, albeit guarding money not people. We man checkpoints, patrol in cars, train in weapons, and enforce state/institutional laws as well as investigate crimes. Also did some Public Safety work (think enhanced Security) for a major NYC Housing complex that pretty much had us running to and from medical/criminal calls and working alongside NYPD on a daily basis. It seems like jobs like this are skewed towards vets, which im not against, but it would be nice to at LEAST get a shot at an interview. I live 20 min from a location and this would be ideal. Also, how do tours and rdo's work, are they on 8, 10 or 12 hour days?
      Last edited by Knightwolf; 12-03-2019, 06:36 AM.
      I have as many names as there are winds, as many titles as there are ways to die. -Odin

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      • Any idea if corrections training/expierence will count for anything? From what im reading, both jobs are similar, albeit guarding money not people. We man checkpoints, patrol in cars, train in weapons, and enforce state/institutional laws as well as investigate crimes. Also did some Public Safety work (think enhanced Security) for a major NYC Housing complex that pretty much had us running to and from medical/criminal calls and working alongside NYPD on a daily basis. It seems like jobs like this are skewed towards vets, which im not against, but it would be nice to at LEAST get a shot at an interview. I live 20 min from a location and this would be ideal. Also, how do tours and rdo's work, are they on 8, 10 or 12 hour days?
        I have as many names as there are winds, as many titles as there are ways to die. -Odin

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        • Originally posted by Knightwolf View Post
          Any idea if corrections training/expierence will count for anything? From what im reading, both jobs are similar, albeit guarding money not people. We man checkpoints, patrol in cars, train in weapons, and enforce state/institutional laws as well as investigate crimes. Also did some Public Safety work (think enhanced Security) for a major NYC Housing complex that pretty much had us running to and from medical/criminal calls and working alongside NYPD on a daily basis. It seems like jobs like this are skewed towards vets, which im not against, but it would be nice to at LEAST get a shot at an interview. I live 20 min from a location and this would be ideal. Also, how do tours and rdo's work, are they on 8, 10 or 12 hour days?
          Very doubtful they would hire a CO over someone with a PO background. I know Philly hired a bunch of NPS rangers for the job.

          Tours depends on locations.
          I don't answer recruitment messages....

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          • Originally posted by Knightwolf View Post
            Any idea if corrections training/expierence will count for anything? From what im reading, both jobs are similar, albeit guarding money not people. We man checkpoints, patrol in cars, train in weapons, and enforce state/institutional laws as well as investigate crimes. Also did some Public Safety work (think enhanced Security) for a major NYC Housing complex that pretty much had us running to and from medical/criminal calls and working alongside NYPD on a daily basis. It seems like jobs like this are skewed towards vets, which im not against, but it would be nice to at LEAST get a shot at an interview. I live 20 min from a location and this would be ideal. Also, how do tours and rdo's work, are they on 8, 10 or 12 hour days?
            You have a shot. Just apply.

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            • My dashboard says reviewed. Good or bad?
              I have as many names as there are winds, as many titles as there are ways to die. -Odin

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              • oef_vet
                oef_vet commented
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                Mine says the same thing.

              • Knightwolf
                Knightwolf commented
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                They have Navy Police and Fort Knox Army Police open too, as well as BOP i put in for all of them hoping at least ONE goes through, Mint would be my first choice, then Army, then Navy, then BOP just want to get a foot in somewhere before i age out of eligibility to apply.

              • oef_vet
                oef_vet commented
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                You can only age out of BOP. Navy, Army, and Mint all fall under the standard FERS retirement. BOP gets the early LE retirement.

            • Dont even know why i bothered...
              I have as many names as there are winds, as many titles as there are ways to die. -Odin

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              • oef_vet
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                I was not referred

            • Jesus guess they only want Delta or Seals to sit at a desk in a lobby
              I have as many names as there are winds, as many titles as there are ways to die. -Odin

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              • Johnny4x4
                Johnny4x4 commented
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                It depends on how your resume is worded. If you're not familiar with the federal service or applying to the feds, if you do a little research you'll find the feds want resumes written in a particular way.

                On the other hand, sometimes they legally have to put an announcement out even though they already have someone for the job. Seen it many times.

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