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Bing_Oh
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Last Activity: 12-02-2018, 03:18 PM
Joined: 11-03-2005
Location: Midwest
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  • That depends on what you mean by "forensic experts." I, for example, do essentially what you do on a crime scene...find, document, and collect physical/forensic evidence. That's in addition to my normal duties as a uniformed police officer...this is common in smaller departments. The evidence...
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    Last edited by Bing_Oh; 12-02-2018, 03:17 PM.

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  • A little background...
    Most officers in the US (somewhere around 85%, if memory serves me) are employed by what are considered "small departments"...statistically, that's a department with fewer than 50 sworn officers. Many departments are much smaller than that 50 officer limit. In...
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  • I assume you mean from a hiring process background perspective.

    Gaps in employment usually require explanation and can be considered a "red flag." Nobody wants to hire someone with a documented history of quitting suddenly. Someone quitting suddenly without employment lined up...
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  • In addition to my normal patrol duties, I also have advanced training as an Evidence Tech (basically doing the same things that you do). Much like Westside, I work for a small department where I could be the initial responding officer on the the scene and work the entire investigation in addition to...
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  • Maybe you should just ask your questions...

    And, just for the record, don't expect any detailed answers regarding specific procedures or techniques that might help someone circumvent criminal forensics. No LEO with specific training in forensics or evidence collection/processing is going...
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  • Bing_Oh
    commented on 's reply to Should vs Shall
    I don't know if I'd use "suggestion" as the definition of "should." I'd say it's stronger than just a suggestion...maybe "preferred course of action" but not necessarily required (unless you're the "flavor of the month" for your given administration).
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