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Posted about 7 years ago

 

I was honorably dischraged from the military a short while ago, since out I started school under the major criminal justice. I suppose in theory I may be a okay for a police job. What worries me to a point is who I'm appying for. At the moment, one sheriff position, and two city police positions. Would this maybe any dept look down on my application as I'm not just taking aim at their dept?

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Rate This | Posted about 7 years ago

 

no. if they want u they will hire u. Just do your best

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Yeah, just apply anywhere. Many folks who got hired here was just because we were the first to grab em.


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Rate This | Posted about 7 years ago

 

I was in the process with four different departments; each one of them I told that I was in the hiring process with others. When they asked why I was applying to so many departments (duh?) I replied that I wanted a job in law enforcement and so whoever offered first I'd take. That's exactly what I did, although I'm much happier with the department that I signed on with than I think I would have been at the others. They definitely take care of us....

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Rate This | Posted about 7 years ago

 

I put in 5 applications this was the first to give me a offer, keep a open mind


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Rate This | Posted almost 7 years ago

 

Try to find a department that has good medical insurance and retirement. Some departments will pay larger amounts per hour but will not pay for, or will only pay for a small portion of your medical insurance. benifits are worth a heck of a lot.