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L-1
Last Activity: Yesterday, 07:31 PM
Joined: 06-28-2004
Location: California
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    replied to Orange PD Hiring: “Rule of the Band?”
    When civil service hiring was truly based on merit, applicants were hired in the order of their score - highest score first, next highest score, second, etc. There was an exception. In California it was called the Rule of Three. You could fill a position talking anyone from the top three scores, for...
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  • Some food for thought here -

    If you have been working long enough to achieve permanent civil service status, your job is somewhat protected. Basically, the Americans with Disabilities Act prohibits your employer from inquiring about your health or medical status until something happens...
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  • L-1
    replied to Changes in Law enforcement
    I've posted this before - from the police manual of the future

    To protect itself from harmful acts of others, the people should maintain a police force. Its mission would be to discourage misconduct by patrolling the community and to find and detain wrongdoers so they won't be bothersome...
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    replied to Military PTSD and Psych Exam
    Nope. No HIPAA violation.

    As part of the hiring process you will be required to undergo a psychological examination which evaluates applicants to determine if they are free from any emotional or mental condition that might adversely affect the exercise of the powers of a police officer,...
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    replied to Victims
    I'm confused by this one. You're worried that being a crime victim will hamper you changes of going into law enforcement? I've never heard of a law enforcement job where one of the minimum requirements was that you've never been the victim of a crime. I was in law enforcement for over 30 years and...
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