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  • NYCardinal85
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    Park Police is the only federal agency that you mentioned that does actual police work. UD will pull the occasional traffic, but its not their mission. Though they love backing us up when we pull traffic. FBI Police I've never seen anywhere but at their buildings controlling access and checking passes, same for Capitol.

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  • nasa808
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    Originally posted by JSanchez222 View Post
    Do i know this friend?????
    Maybe you do, maybe you dont...but nevertheless, you know I always try to help my friend out even if they think I'm going against the grain.

    Now go back to the NY section duckster..

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  • JSanchez222
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    Originally posted by nasa808 View Post
    I'm doing research for a friend so please bare with me. Which Federal PD is the best one to be a member of in regards to pay, work assignments, promotions etc..

    I tell my friend that USCP/USPP is the way to go but he feels that joining the FBI Police is a way for him to one day become an agent.

    What are your thoughts since I know little of this matter?
    Do i know this friend?????

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  • BRAVOINDIA
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    US Park Police and US Capitol Police have the law enforcement retirement. US Park Police are under the National Park Service in the US Department of the Interior and fall under the executive branch of Government. The US Capitol police fall under the legislative branch of government and transferring to another Federal Police agency with the law enforcement retirement may not be as smooth as thought or for that matter to an 1811 position in the executive branch or the excepted service as well. Park Police and Capitol Police have 0083 detective positions, not 1811 slots, though they attend the CITP {criminal investigator training program} training at FLETC for the positions. FBI Police Officers and Secret Service UD Police Officers rarely transition to 1811 positions as they are critical to their respective missions as Federal Police Officers. The agencies do not want to lose them. Both USSS and FBI prefer their 1811's to have prior law enforcement and or military experience as well as foreign language fluency or professional designations such as attorney, accountant, engineer, doctor, dentist, scientist and others designations. Languages in demand are Mandarin, Arabic, Pharsi, Urdu, Pashtun, Russian, French, Hebrew and some other middle eastern dialects. There are age maximums for the positions and the applicant must be appointed before the 37th birthday, though in some cases the maximum will be adjusted to the day before the 39th birthday as per OPM regulations in order to retire with 20 years in the law enforcement retirement system {some will call it 6C or sixcharlie}. Your friend should be doing the investigative work for themselves if they are truly interested in a law enforcement position.

    Go Navy!!! Anchors Aweigh!! There are those of us who have served proudly in the five branches of the US Military and in the law enforcement way of life and there are those of us who only wish that they did!!

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  • orlandofed5-0
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    Originally posted by nasa808 View Post
    I'm doing research for a friend so please bare with me. Which Federal PD is the best one to be a member of in regards to pay, work assignments, promotions etc..

    I tell my friend that USCP/USPP is the way to go but he feels that joining the FBI Police is a way for him to one day become an agent.

    What are your thoughts since I know little of this matter?
    Its very rare (not saying it does not happen) for an 0083 to move into an 1811 spot. If he wants to be an FBI agent, going to the FBI police will not help. A guy in my FLETC class was trying to go that route and ended up going to an IG to be an 1811. Its like going USSS-UD and then going to an agent. Its hard as heck because they need the uniform guys in some respects more than the agents.

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  • nasa808
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    I'm trying to be a nice friend...

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  • flash40
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    There have been repeated threads on this type of topic. Most federal police jobs are more security focused and not traditional police work. I had a friend who worked FBI Police and from what I've gathered, it is VERY difficult to move to agent spots, as the FBI doesn't even consider their "police" to be police experience! You'd probably be better off furthering your education and working a traditional police job. That said, it's also difficult to be picky with agencies these days....apply all over and take what you can get! Oh, and tell your friend to do his own research ;-)

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  • nasa808
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    Federal Police Agencies

    I'm doing research for a friend so please bare with me. Which Federal PD is the best one to be a member of in regards to pay, work assignments, promotions etc..

    I tell my friend that USCP/USPP is the way to go but he feels that joining the FBI Police is a way for him to one day become an agent.

    What are your thoughts since I know little of this matter?

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