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Posted about 1 year ago

 

  Hello Officers,


 


I am looking for someone to answer a few questions for me.  I am doing a paper on ethics and need to interview an officer, retired or active.  Is there anyone out there who would be willing to answer a few questions?  I will post the questions below.  Thanks.


 


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White_shirt_max50

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Your request for an on line interview will probably result in minimal responses on this site. Go to your local cop shop and axe. This should be a one on one interview.

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This is an LEO only thread Uncle D. The OP can't see the responses. Maybe a MOD will move it.


Although, they prolly shouldn't bother since you are right.

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Thanks Tree. I apprised 36TR. Timmy will fix it. LOL

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uncledennis1 says ...



Your request for an on line interview will probably result in minimal responses on this site. Go to your local cop shop and axe. This should be a one on one interview.



4/5/13 Shetland you ran the last one off with your axe.


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copsrmyfriends, I can vouch for uncledennis.  He would be a great interview subject.  Only thing is, sometimes his dog kicks over the phone in  the PL lounge. If he's dozed off in his lazy boy recliner, he might not hear the busy signal.


Instead, just stop by your local station and see if there's anyone around who'll talk with you.  Use your Prof's name.  I did that one time and a local detective filled me in on three questions I had.  


If nobody's free, just make an appointment. 


Or, you can keep waiting around here.  But don't bother anyone while they're eating.