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    I'm from nyc. I've been looking into law enforcement for a long time. I had kids young and went to college shortly after I'm 29 now and took numerous civil service exams. Nypd has been the ideal job for me. Geographically I know the city in and out i do house to house bathroom renovations. I work in the dirtiest worst parts to the rich and glamorous. I have met all walks of life. I feel people skills are huge with this field of work and talking with people on section 8 and have nothing to people who have it all I feel I have a grasp on the city as a whole. Police officers deal with a lot of interactions and need a balance. Nyc has that balance. The push that gave made me take the tests was a few years ago a person was breaking car windows and I happened to be at the window looking out of my house and saw everything unfold. I got up put on shoes and ran outside. I told my wife to call 911 and to alert my neighbor. (There window was broken) I called 911 as well and followed the person
    The operator told me to follow the person until help arrived. I was surprised but followed they instructed me to stay on the phone until help arrived and if possible to speak to the individual. I engaged and they started swinging and spitting at me. I said this person is a edp. Police came with in 5 min. They thanked me and told me to wait in there rmp. It was November and I had on a tank top and shorts. So while I was hearing up another patrol car took me back to my house. I had to say I witnessed which I did the person committing the crime. The officer pulled me aside and thanked me over and over again for the excellent job I did and fast thinking on my feet they made the arrest and did the statement. He gave me his card and called me a civilian detective. For others it may sound corny but I was honored to help out and do the right thing for the pd. the next time was very bad where these two women where struck by a car in front of me. I pulled over and ran up to the women and saw that they are not breathing I called 911 explained what I saw and thank god there was a nurse eating dinner with her family and saw what happened. So I gave her room to perform cpr and got them breathing. I know not to touch people in an accident because you can injure them more if not properly trained she thanked me for giving her the space and I felt so good in my heart bc I helped out in saving two peoples lives and they have a future. The quick thinking in these situations made me realize that instinctively I can do split decisions that other people hesitate to do. I would love to honor and work for the city the people. With everything going on in this city with the department I feel bad for them because it's not fair. But I do know that I want to be a police officer and make a difference. Thanks for reading this


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