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    I am going to the METRO section of the Chicago Police Academy and was wondering if anyone went before and what's like. I don't want to know things I shouldn't, but what's the postives/negatives of the academy, pointers, etc. and how hard is it to get through it all on a scale of 1-10. I am bored right now and excited to get started in 2 weeks. Thanks

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    Also, what's the PT like and how hard is that? Thanks. Anyone else going to the METRO on august 25th?

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      no one?...................

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        i heard from my buddy metro is good, and it is i know ive heard from alot of people. he went there for a suburb dept. the PT is really good and its very formal so hats off to you, you will learn alot there. i might be going to cook county in oct. i heard that was easy

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        • #5
          is chicago metro part of the cpd?
          “One person can make a difference and every person should try.” JFKsigpic

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          • #6
            It's the Basic Recruit Class taught to suburban recruits at the Chicago Academy.

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            • #7
              Good luck to all the Metros that start tomorrow.

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              • #8
                13 years later, I think some passed…

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                    I went through metro a handful of years ago. Haven’t spent just under 9 in the navy, I thought metro was a joke. There were so many people in that building from the Chicago hiring surge. It was literally high school in the hallways. Clicks, reports of people making rude comments to each other, he said she said. Grown *** adults can’t shut up when they see their instructors coming a mile away. It was Chuck E. Cheese for semi responsible adults. After week 3, it was literally a country club. We didn’t get “smoked” after week 7. Hopefully you’re on the 0500-330 schedule like I was, so you don’t have to pay for the garage by the madhouse. Even then, Chicago recruits would come at 0200/0300, and sleep in front of the academy for the premier spots.

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