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  • brownj21
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    Originally posted by JohnnyUtah1989 View Post
    Would a BOP officer with a degree have a decent shot at US Probation or would that most likely not be enough experience?
    I have seen some BOP officers get hired on by US Probation.

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  • JohnnyUtah1989
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    Would a BOP officer with a degree have a decent shot at US Probation or would that most likely not be enough experience?

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  • Second2None
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    brownj21 thank you! I'll keep y'all updated!

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  • brownj21
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    Originally posted by Second2None View Post
    brownj21 It was last Thursday
    Then no news is good news at this point.

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  • Second2None
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    brownj21 It was last Thursday

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  • brownj21
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    Originally posted by Second2None View Post
    Wow now I feel like I didn't get the job because of the interview I was really nervous but I think I did ok on the mock interview and writing a case plan but there was no follow up and I forgot to ask smh
    How long ago was your interview?

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  • Second2None
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    Wow now I feel like I didn't get the job because of the interview I was really nervous but I think I did ok on the mock interview and writing a case plan but there was no follow up and I forgot to ask smh

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  • brownj21
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    Originally posted by Second2None View Post
    Hello,

    I'm sure I'm super late on the discussion and I've tried reading all the previous threads however it is a little lengthy. I interviewed for the USPO position and my process was different than what I've read (I also know that every district is different). I would just like to know did anyone have a similar experience and what was the outcome as well as the time line.

    I initially applied in August
    Applied again this month and was invited to interview
    Interview w/Chief and Deputies with 2 other Supervising Officers

    I guess I'm just nervous because all of this was done in one day and it doesn't seem like there will be anything next as far as the process unless it's an offer or rejection. And the fact the Chief said he pretty much had all the information he needed to make a decision without 2nd interviews.
    That is kind of how the process is in my district. 1 interview with SUSPOs, Chief and Deputy Chief, along with a test. No 2nd interview or anything. And they usually make decision after all interviews are over (usually a 2 or 3 day process, depending on how many positions are open).

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  • Second2None
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    The last I checked (which was today) they have a position open in Abilene

  • Second2None
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    Hello,

    I'm sure I'm super late on the discussion and I've tried reading all the previous threads however it is a little lengthy. I interviewed for the USPO position and my process was different than what I've read (I also know that every district is different). I would just like to know did anyone have a similar experience and what was the outcome as well as the time line.

    I initially applied in August
    Applied again this month and was invited to interview
    Interview w/Chief and Deputies with 2 other Supervising Officers

    I guess I'm just nervous because all of this was done in one day and it doesn't seem like there will be anything next as far as the process unless it's an offer or rejection. And the fact the Chief said he pretty much had all the information he needed to make a decision without 2nd interviews.
    Last edited by Second2None; 09-16-2017, 02:35 PM.

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  • Nola504
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    Originally posted by VidaG View Post
    CHICAGO office is hiring Probation Officers and Pre-Trial Officers...

    Can someone familiar or previously served in that office give the meat and potatoes? If you're on these forums, obviously you're not a "social worky" kind of person" therefore, you know what we're looking for.

    What's the MANAGEMENT like? Good leadership?

    Autonomy? No autonomy?

    Telework policy?

    Is it LE oriented or social work oriented or balanced?

    Firearms? Gear authorized for duty? Overall Atmosphere in the office regarding carry? On/off-duty?

    How's the LE training (I'm sure the social work oriented training is top notch)

    When do they go to Charleston for FLETC training? Any Chicago guys/gals Fletc trainers?

    G-Rides? Or rentals/personal cars?

    Collaboration with local LE? Good relations?

    Is the TSA Flying while armed a mandatory training for all federal LE officers/agents at the basic academy in Charleston? Do people take it later?

    Ready.Set.Go!

    (Disclaimer: If you're going to be an A-hole about it not being a LE career, don't bother responding, we all know it's not kicking down doors and doing what the 1811s and some 1801s do, however, it's important for non-federal employees to have insight to know what we could possibly expect, particularly because the courts are unique in that each district is different.... There are some people that want a social work'y district and could care less about doing law-enforcement work and the tools of the trade and the LE training and others that do, don't knock us... Just be helpful, better than wasting a position on someone who got a job that will either try to make it something it isn't or is surprised once appointed and doesn't want it, could've went to someone who really wanted it, based upon the district. Working in Northern District of Illinois (Chicago, Lisle, Rockford) isn't like some other districts that do not have rampant violence, it would be nice to know how Chicago operates, I know the Southern District of IL are very LE oriented)

    Any insight for this particular district, again, much appreciated.
    No

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  • VidaG
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    CHICAGO office is hiring Probation Officers and Pre-Trial Officers...

    Can someone familiar or previously served in that office give the meat and potatoes? If you're on these forums, obviously you're not a "social worky" kind of person" therefore, you know what we're looking for.

    What's the MANAGEMENT like? Good leadership?

    Autonomy? No autonomy?

    Telework policy?

    Is it LE oriented or social work oriented or balanced?

    Firearms? Gear authorized for duty? Overall Atmosphere in the office regarding carry? On/off-duty?

    How's the LE training (I'm sure the social work oriented training is top notch)

    When do they go to Charleston for FLETC training? Any Chicago guys/gals Fletc trainers?

    G-Rides? Or rentals/personal cars?

    Collaboration with local LE? Good relations?

    Is the TSA Flying while armed a mandatory training for all federal LE officers/agents at the basic academy in Charleston? Do people take it later?

    Ready.Set.Go!

    (Disclaimer: If you're going to be an A-hole about it not being a LE career, don't bother responding, we all know it's not kicking down doors and doing what the 1811s and some 1801s do, however, it's important for non-federal employees to have insight to know what we could possibly expect, particularly because the courts are unique in that each district is different.... There are some people that want a social work'y district and could care less about doing law-enforcement work and the tools of the trade and the LE training and others that do, don't knock us... Just be helpful, better than wasting a position on someone who got a job that will either try to make it something it isn't or is surprised once appointed and doesn't want it, could've went to someone who really wanted it, based upon the district. Working in Northern District of Illinois (Chicago, Lisle, Rockford) isn't like some other districts that do not have rampant violence, it would be nice to know how Chicago operates, I know the Southern District of IL are very LE oriented)

    Any insight for this particular district, again, much appreciated.
    Last edited by VidaG; 09-01-2017, 11:12 AM.

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  • kjvmartin
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    Anyone have any good intel on North Dakota? Looking at an offer there.

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  • Usmc1586
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    Does anyone know if officers allowed to carry firearms in the northern district of Florida? I read an announcement that said firearms are dependent on the district.

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  • fedGL
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    Anyone here still waiting on their medical to be cleared?

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