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  • #16
    Originally posted by gbotj View Post
    SNEU is pretty much go around and lock up the street drug dealers, any buyers....and thats what narco is pretty much like. Neither really does much investigative work, even if they tell you they do...all smoke and mirrors.
    No offense bro, but your a student how do you have such knowledge of the inner workings of the NYPD
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    • #17
      I really dont feel like explaining again. just trust me.
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      • #18
        Originally posted by Big Will View Post
        No offense bro, but your a student how do you have such knowledge of the inner workings of the NYPD
        I was interested too so I checked out his previous posts. This should explain it http://forums.officer.com/forums/sho...24#post1020224

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        • #19
          Originally posted by 5K Runner View Post
          I was interested too so I checked out his previous posts. This should explain it http://forums.officer.com/forums/sho...24#post1020224
          Ok gbotj, you have effectively shut me up. Good luck with tbta
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          • #20
            haha. thanks man, good luck with your endeavors too.
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            • #21
              so SNEU and narcos are similar in their responsibilities and jobs, and both are still a good way to get a gold shield? how do you become accepted by SNEU, what are their qualifications? thanks for the info by the way i really appreciate it i wish i was surrounded by friends and family who could give me answers to all my law enforcement questions.

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              • #22
                Narco is supposed to be alot more investigation oriented than SNEU but for some reason they'd rather go out after the small time guys. Dont get me wrong, they still go after the big fishes but the majority is street level.

                I'm not too sure if SNEU is part of an Investigations unit, so it may not be an automatic promotion to Det. after 18 months in the unit. You can definately make Det. by working SNEU because they do make some good collars.

                Qualifications for SNEU are pretty much the same as an Anti Crime Unit, have good numbers (summonses, and arrests). Other than that theres really nothing else.
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                • #23
                  very interesting...thanks again for the info.

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                  • #24
                    oh boy

                    Originally posted by nodeal View Post
                    very interesting...thanks again for the info.
                    .Any unit is what you your fellow cops make it. i spent a year and a half in narco(96-98) as sgt in bnnd.A lot of routine bs,filthy skells and low level dealers.But the fun is when you can turn someone and get higher up the ladder. One like this:We grabbed a guy dealing crack who was on lifetime parole.He gave up his first cousin, a local gun dealer,who he lived with,for consideration.We ended up buying 6 guns and worked with the atf task force for about 5 weeks.Not only was it fun,we made tons of ot and took down 3 levels of gun dealers in 4 states. Id like to think the guns we bought and the collars we made saved the lives of our brother officers.
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                    • #25
                      "we made tons of ot and took down 3 levels of gun dealers in 4 states"

                      collars for dollars
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                      • #26
                        Originally posted by bklynbob View Post
                        .Any unit is what you your fellow cops make it. i spent a year and a half in narco(96-98) as sgt in bnnd.A lot of routine bs,filthy skells and low level dealers.But the fun is when you can turn someone and get higher up the ladder. One like this:We grabbed a guy dealing crack who was on lifetime parole.He gave up his first cousin, a local gun dealer,who he lived with,for consideration.We ended up buying 6 guns and worked with the atf task force for about 5 weeks.Not only was it fun,we made tons of ot and took down 3 levels of gun dealers in 4 states. Id like to think the guns we bought and the collars we made saved the lives of our brother officers.
                        wow sounds like a blast. thanks for the story. you are right, any unit is what you make of it. catching a small fish and getting bigger fish.

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                        • #27
                          I think my dept is starting a anti-drug unit, i'd be interested in looking into it. Does the SNEU do surveillance and all on street corners and in buildings, or is that Narcotics?
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                          • #28
                            what does narco actually look for when applying? Just alot of collars?

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                            • #29
                              Originally posted by jd4197 View Post
                              what does narco actually look for when applying? Just alot of collars?
                              This thread is from 14 years ago- if you have a question, just start a new thread...with proper capitalization and spelling.

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                              • Rh992
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                                I was gonna say that, who tf necro posts on a 14 year old thread. Lol.

                              • jd4197
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                                Its a forum calm down.

                            • #30
                              Originally posted by nodeal View Post
                              is it only bad in the nypd or in other departments too?
                              I've been retired now for a long time, but many years ago, LAPD used to limit assignments to Vice and Narcotics to 18 months. Their logic was that of all the cops that got dirty in the past working those assignments, none did so before working those details for at least 18 months.

                              I don't know if that's still the case. Some of the LAPD guys may want to chime in and advise.



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                              • Aidokea
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                                You're responding to a question asked 14 years ago- some astronaut necroposted and brought it back to the top...

                              • L-1
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                                Dumb me. I didn't notice that until just a few minutes ago. Its the alzheimers that comes with retirement. Remember, your golden years turn into lead years very quickly.

                              • Aidokea
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                                No worries- you're still about the smartest guy here...

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