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  • Originally posted by A300! View Post
    Just checked my status on USAJobs and it changed from referred to not hired. I feel bummed out over this. I interviewed at FCI Danbury on 12/16.
    Sorry to hear that. Did you get any feeling when you interviewed as gow it would go? And not asking for you to put it out here but sometimes Credit or past employment BS can be an issue.

    Other issue is Danbury could be harder to get in as it's a stand alone FCI but it 100% sure as some in urban areas (Danbury sort of fits that) have a higher turn over as local PDs pay more conpaired to Terre Haute Indiana where BIP makes 2 1/2 times what any local agency pays.

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    • Johnny4x4
      Johnny4x4 commented
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      in625shooter what do you mean by , "stand alone."

    • in625shooter
      in625shooter commented
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      Jonny 4x4 a stand alone is referent to a single institution nd not a Complex where there are 2 or more institutions. A FCI stand alone is harder to get on at than a USP or Complex due to less positions

    • A300!
      A300! commented
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      I won't know for sure what happened until I call them which I intend to this week. I don't know what happened, only that I saw my status changed on USAJobs. I have already reapplied for Coleman since I heard they need officers.

    • Johnny4x4
      Johnny4x4 commented
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      in625shooter, thanks for the clarification. I've seen that phrase before and wasn't quite sure.

  • I was wondering can someone tell me does DOP move pretty fast with their applications? I've heard some federal agency take an extremely long time to get through the process. Also, is DOP one of the agencies that does psychological and polygraph on all it applications? Looking at applying to either a medical facility or a prison camp.

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    • inventorchris
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      Thanks, I did a search and found someone asking one of the question, but it doesn't allow you to see the response to it. I know the prison in IL are desperately hiring, but want to work in either a medical or low security women prison.

    • in625shooter
      in625shooter commented
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      Medical is hurting for folks about everywhere. As far as Low Female institutions there aren't a whole lot to choose from. Aliceville AL, Dublin CA and Wasica MN off the top of my head are about it.

    • Johnny4x4
      Johnny4x4 commented
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      Ya in general, FEDs will move as fast as they want to move...usually as slow as possible at first until deadlines approach. If they are short and need holes filled yesterday, they may move faster. Just remember, some of these hoops or people your application gets passed around to, don't get a dollar more to move your process a little faster. I've seen a few months to over a year.

    • Knightwolf
      Knightwolf commented
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      I didnt take a polygraph before, maybe they changed it since 2017

  • Had to send credit resolutions to the Human Resources department . I faxed over all documentation and completed entire process . Has anyone have to go through this before ?

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    • in625shooter
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      I haven't personal have seen some but, have to "explain away" some BS Don't sweat it

    • Knightwolf
      Knightwolf commented
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      Yeah, as long as you don't have past due stuff your good. I had to fix some issues and ended up getting dropped because of the hiring freeze which lasted until they had to start the next hiring cycle. My advice? Make sure your payments are up to date and make payment arrangements whit whoever you owe so they see you are trying to fix any issues.

  • I had a little discussion with a BOP employee the other day and wanted some of your opinions.

    A CO applied for a federal job that requires this:


    Possess experience as a sworn law enforcement officer or agent with full arrest authority in the prevention, detection, apprehension, detention and/or investigation of felony and/or misdemeanor violations of federal, state, local, tribal, or military criminal laws.

    Do BOP CO’s meet this job requirement?

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    • in625shooter
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      Technically yes on everything however comma, the statutory of arrest (on crimes related to federal laws like facilitating an escape or assaulting an officer against federal BOP staff or properties. But it is never used (in 20 years I can not remember a case of a BOP staff making an arrest) If it's on grounds depending either FBI or local le (local LE is say a civilian is DUI on grounds as DUI is not covered by the SPA)

      So they are covered (what let's BOP fall under LEOSA) but never used routinely
      Last edited by in625shooter; 01-10-2020, 01:23 PM.

  • I would say no. BOP arrest authority is quite limited. If I were interviewing candidates, I would ask how many felony arrests and misdemeanor arrests have you made in the last year? How many times have you been subpoenaed to court on your arrest cases?
    The BOP experience might get a well written application in the door, but probably not in the pool of applicants to interview or move on with those requirements.

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    • Originally posted by Wentwestco View Post
      I would say no. BOP arrest authority is quite limited. If I were interviewing candidates, I would ask how many felony arrests and misdemeanor arrests have you made in the last year? How many times have you been subpoenaed to court on your arrest cases?
      The BOP experience might get a well written application in the door, but probably not in the pool of applicants to interview or move on with those requirements.
      BOP doesn’t have “Limited” arrest powers, they just enforce different laws then most agency’s. You can say that about any Police Agency then... A cop from one town can’t enforce a Town Ordinance in another town. And a Cop in New York can’t arrest someone for a Misdemeanor in California. Different agency’s Enforce different laws in the scope of law enforcement. Military Cops can’t even carry there badge off the job, that doesn’t mean they are limited...everyone just has a different job to do.

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      • in625shooter
        in625shooter commented
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        Ace, while your right on most of your post (as we mirrored each other) I have to say respectfully the town ordinance comparison is not accurate.

        Town ordinance are an infraction where the subject is fined and the city gets 100% of the fee. No Statutory Powers of Arrest is needed as several cities have code enforcement and they only have authority to write Infractions on ordinances

        Also some states differ in their laws on arrest. I was a municiple LEO at one time and in my home state Any LEO (state, municiple, county had state wide powers of arrest. Did it happen? Not usually but it was there.

    • So I interviewed for mcc in Chicago and my status changed to not hired I don’t have anything on my credit and I’m currently a federal employee my sup and other friend interviewed as well sup didn’t get it but my friend is still in the process but doesn’t want the position so my question is can I apply to other locations or is it a waste of time because I interviewed there???

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      • 17Jeep
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        I would reapply, if your open to moving look at some of those institutions with a recruitment bonus. Also if you get any email asking you to change your preferences to that particular spot put in there as well. I did that to get in and will be transferring soon to a location I had been wanting to go to.

      • Rmodel1965
        Rmodel1965 commented
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        I assume you're in the chicago area? Look slightly north to fci oxford. As stated above about inventive. they have an inventive to offer. Once you're in you can lateral later. Oxford would put you about 4 hours from chicago

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