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  • just joe
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    Overgeneralization that may be true in some areas while being false in others.

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  • leesrt
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    In areas like yours, where the SO also works patrol, they are more selective.

    A deputy covers a much larger area so the chances of him being without back up for a longer period are greater. They need more experience and generally have to be able to handle themselves and control a situation before it gets out of hand.
    We will always bring back up on calls that require it but most times they send us to a verbal dispute and when we show up ones on the ground bleeding out.

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  • Kimble
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    Around here, sheriff's deputies work the jails and do investigations related to fugitives, vice street patrol and other "full-service" LE operations. From what I've seen, the PD's around here are more competitive, but as said above, various from area to area and department to department.

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  • 2971511
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    It depends, I would say in some areas yeas, others not so much so.... all depends on where you are and what type of depts in your area.

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  • SleepyCop
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    Originally posted by mikeymedic View Post
    Varies from county to county, city to city, and state to state.
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    -SC

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  • mikeymedic
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    Varies from county to county, city to city, and state to state.

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  • 883 Low
    started a topic Are Sheriff's Offices More Selective?

    Are Sheriff's Offices More Selective?

    Thanks for all of the feedback
    Last edited by 883 Low; 04-29-2012, 10:53 PM.

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