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  • Iowa #1603
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    Originally posted by kraut0783 View Post
    no, keep you cop life and personal life separate. If yrou want to continue your youtube hobby do it...but don't add anything about law enforcement.

    Some departments frown on using their uniforms or taking video while on duty for social media, we've had some get in trouble for that.
    Read this ten times

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  • ab04
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    Thanks for the responses, I was kind of thinking along the same lines of keeping it but not combine it. As it is now I’m a paramedic but I never mention it in any videos. And CCCSD, good try

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  • CCCSD
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    Do what you want. Nothing can go wrong combining the two. It’s a new world and you don’t have to follow rules if you don’t feel like it.

    What could happen..?

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  • NW121
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    Congratulations on your hiring. I agree with Kraut, keep the two worlds separate. Also be mindful of content you post and things you say, especially while on probation. How many times have we seen an officer lose his/her job over a Facebook rant? Check your agency policies as well.

    Stay safe.
    Last edited by NW121; 11-04-2018, 08:24 AM.

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  • Kraut0783
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    No, keep you cop life and personal life separate. If you want to continue your YouTube hobby do it...but don't add anything about law enforcement.

    Some departments frown on using their uniforms or taking video while on duty for social media, we've had some get in trouble for that.

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