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  • F67
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    Originally posted by ILikeCheesecake

    Anyone have the address for the aov academy so I can mapquest it?

    Just look up antelope valley college. its in Lancaster.

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  • DOAcop38
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    Originally posted by grey myst
    I think it's 15 or 30 from ELAC...
    a buddy( ex sheriff) says its now "30"-thru LACCD. LAPD gets (36) thru the LACCD-LA city College( go figure...)

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  • grey myst
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    Originally posted by phxsundevil19
    Do you get college credits from graduating the LASD academy? if so how many and who is it through? thanks

    I think it's 15 or 30 from ELAC...

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  • hbliam
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    I got about 20 units from LBCC and COD.

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  • exComptonCop
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    Originally posted by phxsundevil19
    Do you get college credits from graduating the LASD academy? if so how many and who is it through? thanks
    I received ten elective units, through Rio Hondo College.

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  • phxsundevil19
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    Do you get college credits from graduating the LASD academy? if so how many and who is it through? thanks

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  • ElDiabloJoe
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    Busy = more experience in a shorter time. How many ADW's do you think happen in CEN, LNX, or CSN versus WAL, or SDM?

    FWIW,

    EDJ

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  • ask80
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    yes i heard busy stations like compton, lakewood, lennox have a long wait list... and those are quite busy stations

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  • Ranger Hoot
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    Originally posted by F67
    that is what i heard also. If you want to go to a more 'hostile' work environment, you can be on the streets after your one mandatory year of custody work. If you want to goto a less hostile work area, the wait can be a long long time.

    The next COC academy is 8/17/07.
    Not exactly true. There are a few stations that are on the "slower" side that have a much shorter wait, under one year. Many of the high volume/high crime stations are quite a bit longer. Also, there is no mandatory 1 year in custody. People are getting out at about 4 months. All depends on the station choice.

    Good luck in the academy, best dept. out there as far as I am concerned. Although, I might be biased towards mother green.

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  • ILikeCheesecake
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    Originally posted by F67
    that is what i heard also. If you want to go to a more 'hostile' work environment, you can be on the streets after your one mandatory year of custody work. If you want to goto a less hostile work area, the wait can be a long long time.

    The next COC academy is 8/17/07.

    August!?!?!?! Are they alternating the 'north' academies now? As in on starts in whittier, next one is aov or coc, next is whittier, next is aov or coc, etc.?

    That kinda sucks if so. I'm actually only 5 mi closer to coc than whittier, but I have to drive through LA to get to whittier, where as the coc is 210 to the 5 and I'm there.

    Anyone have the address for the aov academy so I can mapquest it?

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  • Five-0fromSoCal
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    Originally posted by F67
    that is what i heard also. If you want to go to a more 'hostile' work environment, you can be on the streets after your one mandatory year of custody work. If you want to goto a less hostile work area, the wait can be a long long time.

    The next COC academy is 8/17/07.

    It also depends where people live. Alot of coppers live in San Bernardino County, Riverside County. For example Industry Station. Good/busy station. Closer to where Deps live and alot of work.

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  • F67
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    that is what i heard also. If you want to go to a more 'hostile' work environment, you can be on the streets after your one mandatory year of custody work. If you want to goto a less hostile work area, the wait can be a long long time.

    The next COC academy is 8/17/07.

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  • ask80
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    i believe LASD academy is 18 weeks as i was told

    jail times vary depending on where you want to goto patrol. I've heard deputies wait less than a year and others in for 4-5 years.

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  • phxsundevil19
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    how long is LASD academy and how long will new officers wait in the jails?

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  • a7x
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    Do you know how often the COC academy is held?

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