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Last Activity: Yesterday, 06:02 PM
Joined: 06-28-2004
Location: California
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  • As part of the medical, you will; be asked to list all the medical providers who have treated you, and all the injuries and illness you have had. You will also be asked to sign releases, authorizing everyone who has treated you to provide copies of all their medical records to meddical staff of the...
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    replied to Background Question
    I see three issues here.

    First you say you are five years sober. But what was your history oif intoxicant use prior to that? That will play a role in this matter.

    A 20 year old DUI on it own and as a juvenile should not be an lssue, but agai, what was your intoxicant use...
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    replied to CHP now does a 5/8 schedule?
    I'm on the road and typing from a hotel computer with a crappy keyboard, so I can't put a lot of effort into this response.

    There is an agency within California State Government that deals with labor issues for all state agencies. They keep changing their name so I don't know if It's sttill...
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    commented on 's reply to State Police Patches
    It is held once a year. Each time is in a different part of the country. They will decide where the 2020 show will be held at the 2019 show. It's mainly a problem of finding who wants to host it (it is a tremendous undertaking) and trying not to schedule them too close together so people from around...
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    replied to State Police Patches
    Hi Ed,

    You will find that many state agencies will not send you a patch, simply because they receive thousands of requests such as yours, the patches cost around $5 each and the cost of mailing (envelopes, postage and personnel hours) is excessive and considered an unlawful gift of public...
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    replied to Balancing Work and Home
    At first you will work crappy hours and crappy days as far as your family is concerned. With time, you will gain seniority and be able to attain better shifts and days off. Going through the rough part at first is just paying your dues for what will eventually be a job that pays a great salary and...
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    commented on 's reply to Best case scenario if all else fails?
    Not taking no for an answer and having to get the last word in may be undesirable for this profession, but I bet he's make a good used car salesman.
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  • 2019 National Police Collectors Show - Irving Texas - July 12 & 13

    The 2019 National Police Collectors Show will be held in Irving, Texas, on July 12 & 13. It will be held at the Irving Convention Center, 500 Las Colinas Blvd W, Irving, TX 75039.

    This event is held annually in different parts of the country and attracts collectors from all over the
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    replied to Best case scenario if all else fails?
    CCCSD,

    At least he hasn't invoked Godwin's law. I'll give him credit for that.
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    replied to Best case scenario if all else fails?
    Well, you do seem to feel the need to respond to and challenge every post. I think that's called having the last word. What would you call it?

    I merely pointed out that always needing to have the last word is often a disqualifier on the psych exam and explained to you why it is a disqualifier....
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    replied to Best case scenario if all else fails?
    Khanraider97

    Do you realize that always having to have the last word is often a disqualifier on the psych exam?

    Always needing to have the last word suggests an applicant is controlling of all others, arrogant outwardly but internally insecure, rigid, narrow-minded, disagreeable,...
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    replied to Polygraph
    You want to be ballsy (and risk puting it all on the line?)

    Find out who is the head of the background unit and make an appointment to meet with him.

    Tell them you have taken three differen polys with the same company - the first said you were clean, the second said you belonged...
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  • DId you bother to make a copy of everything you submitted, so you can use it for future reference?

    You are about to learn that this is a profession where thoroughness, accuracy, attention to detail and consistency are paramount. Contrary to public opinion of law enforcement in general,...
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    replied to Best case scenario if all else fails?
    I've got to side with CCCSD on this one. You don't have the slightest idea what police work is really like. I fear you have been watching too many cop shows on TV. They are written for entertainment value and are so far from accurate as to be laughable. Take a look at the examples Hollywood puts before...
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    replied to Best case scenario if all else fails?
    But even though you meant no harm, you did it anyway. What that says to potential police employers is that in spite of your good intentions, you are unable to control your emotions to the point that you involuntarily cause harm. Y

    Police agencies can't knowingly hire someone like that...
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    replied to Best case scenario if all else fails?
    I read your other thread.

    Expungement is meaningless, it's what you did. As I've mentioned in previous posts, I did a background on an applicant who was a rapist. The arresting agency mishandled all the physical evidence making it a she said/he said case and the jury acquitted. He may...
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  • Many, many years ago, California had only two laws mandating that the police take action. One made it a crime for the police to fail or refuse to enforce certain gambling laws. The other made it illegal for the police to fail or refuse to enforce certain narcotics laws. Both have since been repealed....
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    replied to Driving Etiquette
    Even if some folks drive like its the Autobahn, reality is, the more you clog up the highway and impede the free flow of traffic, the greater the risk of there being an accident.

    Don't create your own hazard. If traffic is passing you on the right, move one lane to the right. Keep moving...
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    replied to Juggling multiple departments
    I think you may have misunderstood what I said. Take the first job that is offered and complete your probation, which will be anywhere from 12 to 24 months. Once you have established yourself as a satisfactory performer (and if you still feel the grass is greener) then start looking to make a move....
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    replied to Juggling multiple departments
    You are assuming that if you turn one down, the other is going to pick you up. As someone who actually did hiring and firing for close to 10 years, I can assure you there is no certainty in the hiring process. Too many factors can derail someone's appointment and leave them with nothing. There may be...
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