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Landric
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Last Activity: Today, 07:26 PM
Joined: 03-04-2001
Location: North Carolina
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  • In North Carolina one can use deadly force to stop or terminate an unlawful entry into ones home. One can also use deadly force to prevent or terminate a felony sexual assault.

    Would this particular shooting have been covered by these conditions if it had taken place in North Carolina?...
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  • I’ll be the voice of dissent here, we’ll sort of.

    I think the OP has a chance but not for at least a couple of years. People do stupid things in college and hopefully learn from those mistakes.

    That said, law enforcement is about taking responsibility for ones self and...
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  • Landric
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    That is what I did, I got my bachelors degree from the University of Central Missouri. I did it online but it was the same program as if I had taken classes in person. It was reasonably priced and very convenient. Plus I have a degree from a state school instead of a potentially problematic online ...
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  • I’m going to DCC basic in Salemburg starting September 10. Looking forward to being certified but not spending five weeks banished to Salemburg, a literal one stoplight town....
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  • It isn’t ideal, but no, I don’t see it keeping you from getting into LE. You have a couple of factors working in your favor here:

    1- You were under 18.

    2- You gave it to him rather than selling it.

    Be honest about it, I think you will be fine....
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  • My agency has quarterly “range days.” Those days are optional but encouraged. Ammunition is provided and going to the range is an on-duty, paid activity. They only allow shooting duty weapons though. Officers are on their own for ammunition for off-duty guns and/or practice with duty weapons outside...
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