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  • obxemt
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    But as a friend of mine used to always say (with a NJ accent) "You got it made. You got the life."

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  • nctroop14
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    Originally posted by obxemt View Post
    Their policy used to be that they couldn't work or even be sworn with any other agency. I guess it's still the same.
    Yea thats pretty much it!

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  • Hale
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    Thanks for the info, guys and girl lol

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  • obxemt
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    Their policy used to be that they couldn't work or even be sworn with any other agency. I guess it's still the same.

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  • VA299
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    Originally posted by nctroop14 View Post
    Must be nice to be able to consider it! Our PT consists of pizza delivery or grass cutting...LOL.

    Is that due to the schedules or the fact NCSHP won't let you be involved in other Law Enforcement?

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  • obxemt
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    My understanding is that you can work for two agencies only in any combination (local, county, company); e.g., you can't be sworn in three places at once.

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  • NC Marine
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    Most larger police agencies wont allow you to work two places at a time. Smaller agencies tend to and it almost seems common for many of those officers to have dual cerifications.

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  • nctroop14
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    Must be nice to be able to consider it! Our PT consists of pizza delivery or grass cutting...LOL.

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  • Smurfette_76
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    The training and standards for police and SO don't have an issue with it, but the agency that would be FT probably won't like it. There's issues of workman's comp in addition to injury. If you get injured while working the PT gig, the FT job is out an Officer. My Chief won't allow it; I was a sworn deputy at one time. He made me drop it.

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  • rfburns
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    Before you start on that road, be sure to see if your SO will let you do that. Some agencies won't let you do that.

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  • apollyon73
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    Yep, what he said^^^....you can have dual certifications

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  • Prov1x
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    Yes.......

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  • Hale
    started a topic Will the state allow me to?

    Will the state allow me to?

    Can I work at more than one agency at one time?
    For instance, Can I work at the S.O. fulltime and P.D. parttime?

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