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  • That Guy
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    I worked security for the pipeline and at a ANG base(which was cool cause I had police powers while on shift)and a few other "posts" for about four years. Been with th 5-O for 2 1/2 years now.


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  • OfcMikey
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    EMT for five years, Paramedic for five years, rode the short bus in high school for six years.

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  • Godside
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    Lets see...

    I've worked for a Police Association, did Hospital Security, worked at a Christian Rap Record Label (Yes, that's right...Christian Rap), YMCA (Taking care of the little "Angels"), Roller Rink, & Bennigans. Wonder what's next???

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  • deputy37
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    SpecialOps... so *that's* what's 'special' about ya, huh??? LOL! And we know that's not quite *all* true... He's JP to his near and dear friends... [Wink] (His Holiness, that is, looking over shoulder for lightning to strike)

    Me.... (putting on ballistic vest first) I worked in TV News for about a dozen years. NEWS, but back when it was news, not glorified commercials and ambulance chasers. Directed, produced, shot, even reported once or twice. Did Radio News (which I still love, but BOY do you get stalkers!) I got out when they cancelled part of my news for Gerry Springer.

    Worked construction as an "oiler" on the Natural Gas Pipeline as it came through, for about 3 mos interim while my polygraph, oral boards, drug test, bg check et al were being done... Hated every moment, but learned a ton and don't regret it.

    Started Dispatching with NO experience, ('cept being a Cop's kid, and on the real radio) but it was something I always wanted to do. Got on the road in a kind of round-about way, decided I love teaching Communications at the Academy level, and teaching Officer Safety to dispatchers, so I'd better get some credentials/credibility to do that.

    And here I am. [Wink] I am doing "Media Relations" for the Dept I work PT for as Admin Assist/Reception (just WAITING for the Reserve slot to open) and that's really fun because I get to combine the old love with the new.

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  • SpecOpsWarrior
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    I was the CEO of one of the biggest Fortune 500 companies. I really hated that job, so I left, then the company went under a few years later. I tried to warn them about that Arthur Anderson company, but they just wouldn't listen.

    Then I worked at the Vatican for awhile, but me and John didn't really see eye to eye on a lot of things, so I left.

    Of course I cant forget to mention that whole Microsft thing, Bill is still trying to pay me all the money he owes me. That was actually a pretty sweet job, but it was just so damned mundane.

    Then I had the shrimp boat in Biola Battery Louisanna, I named it Jenny, and it sank after six months of shrimping.

    When the shrimp boat sank I went to work for NASA, but the whole space station thing got really lonely.

    Finally I landed a job as the po-po, been with that for a few years now. It's not a bad job, I think I can swing it for a few more years.

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  • danceswithfools
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    Navy, Lobbyist, Cabinetmaker,

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  • kirch
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    How many of you have had other careers before getting into LE and what were they?

    I started as a public relations specialist, became an advertising copywriter and did advertising sales.

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