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  • #46
    Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department international training opportunities in Israel and Germany.

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    • #47
      Not for noobs. You really need to stop posting things that aren’t in the realm of obtainable goals.
      Now go home and get your shine box!

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      • #48
        Why won't RWC answer if they are on the department or not. I'd be interested to know. Do they know any of the deputies they are referring to?
        Carpe Noctem

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        • #49
          Careful. Mods will ban you for questioning RWC too roughly.
          Now go home and get your shine box!

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          • #50
            RWC,

            Why don't you answer the question from these legitimate LASD Deps...?

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            • #51
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              ​​​​​​Over 350 Job Opportunites. The ​Emergency Services Detail is a detail within the LASD Special Enforcement Bureau. It is the Department’s tactical paramedics, and rescue and recovery specialists. It is made up of SWAT members of the Special Enforcement Bureau who are licensed paramedics and certified tactical medics. They are able to deliver advanced life support care in any of the extreme situations that SEB faces. The detail’s members are special weapons team members and are trained and certified in SWAT and Tactical Operations, Rural and Mountain Rescue, Ocean and Swift Water Rescue, Helicopter-Based Rescue, and Public Safety Diving. Advanced specialized training involves Combat Medical, Combat Technical Rescue, Confined Space Rescue and Recovery, Tactical HAZMAT, and advanced underwater recovery operations. ESD also serves as a resource to the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and has been called on numerous times to offer its expertise and services in California and across the nation involving natural disasters. ESD members have extensive tactical experience and can only be selected after serving with the Special Weapons Teams. Training to be an ESD deputy takes approximately 18 months to become operational.

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              • #52
                Guys never going to answer any questions.

                RWC. What do you REALLY know about the SD? I’m calling you out.
                Now go home and get your shine box!

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                • #53
                  Originally posted by moparfan View Post
                  I have friends that work TSB, THERE ARE NO STATIONS IN ANY OTHER COUNTIES. Let alone no one has ever responded out of county let alone down to San Diego on a call. It looks great on paper but the fact is local sheriff or police will handle and fax a report to LASD.
                  Mmmmmm...I dunno if that's accurate.

                  VCSO East Valley and Simi Valley PD both regularly have LASD units in their gated parking.
                  Other officer: Oh that's right, I forgot, you're God's gift to police work.
                  Me: At least someone recognizes it.

                  Turns out basic police work isn't so hard, you just have to leave the station.

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                  • moparfan
                    moparfan commented
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                    I could be units that are parked there. There are times details that have marked "take home" units that just have to be parked at nearest police or fire station

                  • EMVAMPYRE
                    EMVAMPYRE commented
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                    Look on the roof in front of the lightbars and see what number is up there. If it's 61 it's a MetroLink unit. 60 is regular TSB, which shouldn't be there. Like moparfan said they could be "take home" cars that are parked there. Now, there were some MetroLink units that were parked there for deputies that got on MetroLink trains and rode them from other LA County stations and the line ended in Ventura or Riverside counties.

                • #54
                  When it comes to RWC posting up pics and recruiting propaganda, I'm all for getting the department out there. I appreciate the free publicity, but I'd really like to know if they've ever gone 10-8 or if they are a Tackleberry wanna be.
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