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  • Ofc. Wilmywood
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    "Our Guy" was the guy who asked way too many questions, yet acted like he knew every little thing about the job. Prime example: One day a senior corporal with my dept. asked us recruits if we had ever seen or smelled a dead body. "That guy" raised his hand and said that he hadn't, but that he had heard that rotten chicken does, and that because he's smelled rotten chicken, he could handle his first DB on the street. Let's just say the senior corporal verbally kicked his a** from one end of the building to the other. It was awesome.

    Also same guy had to go to remedial FTO.....twice.

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  • bpd303
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    Saw this and immediately thought of this thread.
    http://l.yimg.com/bt/api/res/1.2/UXU...m/zi151106.gif

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  • jdthor
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    Originally posted by CCCSD View Post
    One of our academies had Lana Burner as a self sponsor... She was actually pretty good, but couldn't get past the BG.

    Just how good was she ?

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  • scotty_appleton814
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    Originally posted by CCCSD View Post
    One of our academies had Lana Burner as a self sponsor... She was actually pretty good, but couldn't get past the BG.
    I admit I had to google Lana Burner. Luckily it was on my smartphone.

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  • CCCSD
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    One of our academies had Lana Burner as a self sponsor... She was actually pretty good, but couldn't get past the BG.

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  • BanJoe
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    There will always be "that guy"....
    Ours was the guy who falsified his training report and got canned for integrity violation...
    The class before were the guys who "badged" the bartender after last call to get one more round... (Cause you know that always works)
    Behind our class was the guy caught viewing porn in the dorm and lying about it....

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  • Iowa #1603
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    Originally posted by BaylorBearSW View Post
    That guy in my academy was the guy who just got out of the Marine Corps, and couldn't separate police and military. He would constantly ask if he could shoot someone for this or that, then when told no, he would reply well in the Marines this that or the other. Always talked about how great a shot he was, then was awful at the range, then said he needed his "shooting gloves", so the staff allowed him to bring his, and he dang near shot himself in the foot with them trying to unholster his weapon on the line. Then said he only shoots rifles, he wasn't so hot at that either. We all knew that he would be one of the last ones hired, if at all. Turns out he was the first one hired, at a pretty good sized, very well paid department. He called me one day out of the blue and bragged how they were about to make him a k9 handler after less than a year on the job, with a take home Tahoe and all this j***...last I heard he was working construction.


    Not in the academy but I had a Retired Gunny that I trained when I was working as an FTO of sorts.

    The guy couldn't understand that the prison was NOT the Corps, nor would it ever again be like what he knew as a senior NCO. He was a competent Correctional Officer---------but tried everyone's patience. ESPECIALLY the inmates

    The guy would flip his lid when an inmate didn't jump up and snap to when given an order. I never did have much hair but after training him, I was bald as a baby's butt.

    Shortly after I promoted to Lieutenant & got out of "training"---------Ed made Sgt in pretty much record time and just before I retired he was promoted to Lieutenant................

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  • jhall
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    Originally posted by billnmads View Post
    I am in the academy now, and there is is THAT GIRL with all the excuses why she forgot her hat, shoes, couldn't study etc. Of course she always corrects everyone instead of focusing on passing tests. She finally got kicked out, as she lied about why she was late for formation.
    Now you and your class will hopefully come together as One! Keep your sights on the finish line and best of luck to you!

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  • billnmads
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    I am in the academy now, and there is is THAT GIRL with all the excuses why she forgot her hat, shoes, couldn't study etc. Of course she always corrects everyone instead of focusing on passing tests. She finally got kicked out, as she lied about why she was late for formation.

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  • SmallCityCop
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    Originally posted by Metro174 View Post
    Flashbacks to "Recruit Officer K***S". We had to preface anything we said to an instructor by identifying ourselves as "Recruit Officer" and your last name.
    In my MDTA Police class we had to say "Officer Candidate _______". In the Sheriff's Academy I attended it was "This Recruit" or "Recruit _____"....

    So, to sum it up... DON'T BE THAT GUY!

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  • BaylorBearSW
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    That guy in my academy was the guy who just got out of the Marine Corps, and couldn't separate police and military. He would constantly ask if he could shoot someone for this or that, then when told no, he would reply well in the Marines this that or the other. Always talked about how great a shot he was, then was awful at the range, then said he needed his "shooting gloves", so the staff allowed him to bring his, and he dang near shot himself in the foot with them trying to unholster his weapon on the line. Then said he only shoots rifles, he wasn't so hot at that either. We all knew that he would be one of the last ones hired, if at all. Turns out he was the first one hired, at a pretty good sized, very well paid department. He called me one day out of the blue and bragged how they were about to make him a k9 handler after less than a year on the job, with a take home Tahoe and all this j***...last I heard he was working construction.

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  • GangGreen712
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    Originally posted by BP3 View Post
    I'm not in the academy yet, but I'm sure your reputation in the academy follows you to your precinct
    She'll never get hired.

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  • asullivan
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    Originally posted by jhall View Post
    Thank you 3C. That's exactly where I was going with this thread...


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    Originally posted by jhall View Post
    Please share, I want to hear your special needs!


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    Originally posted by jhall View Post
    Well bless your heart...


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    Originally posted by jhall View Post
    You'll soon find out! Best of luck to you!


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    Do'es wing'ed,, stUpid'z horsey'z, cOunt'z????



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  • BiteThePullet
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    Originally posted by Metro174 View Post
    Flashbacks to "Recruit Officer K***S". We had to preface anything we said to an instructor by identifying ourselves as "Recruit Officer" and your last name. Every subject, every day he had to ask a question. it literally never failed that his would involve finding a marijuana seed and asking if it would give probable cause in a particular situation.

    He also used to like playing jokes. He put soap in the coffee dispenser and broke all of the points on the pencils on our desks when it was test time. We knew it and the instructors knew it. Just couldn't prove it. He finally washed out after putting ink on the back of another guy's chair. They polygraphed him. He failed. He was fired.
    A RECRUIT did this????????

    Damn.....a DI I could see but a recruit? And he wanted arrest powers?


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  • Metro174
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    Flashbacks to "Recruit Officer K***S". We had to preface anything we said to an instructor by identifying ourselves as "Recruit Officer" and your last name. Every subject, every day he had to ask a question. it literally never failed that his would involve finding a marijuana seed and asking if it would give probable cause in a particular situation.

    He also used to like playing jokes. He put soap in the coffee dispenser and broke all of the points on the pencils on our desks when it was test time. We knew it and the instructors knew it. Just couldn't prove it. He finally washed out after putting ink on the back of another guy's chair. They polygraphed him. He failed. He was fired.

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