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|March 31st, 2007, 10:37 PM||#5|
Join Date: Jul 2006
Location: The Triangle, NC
Nah, 11 years, and currently in North Carolina. Lets see:
1 year, Town PD in North Carolina
5 1/2 years, County PD in Virginia
1 1/2 years, University PD in Virginia
2 years, City PD in Virginia
1 year, Probation Officer in North Carolina (current position)
Town PD Reserve Officer in Virginia
Company Police Department Part-Time Officer in North Carolina
After a year in Probation in NC, I'm thinking I might try to get back into police work full-time. The Company PD I work for part-time is helping me get my certification back in NC. That should be done by the end of this year, then I am free to look for a full-time LE job in NC again.
Probation is an interesting animal. I wear a full duty belt (complete with state issued M&P40), I have powers of arrest and statewide jurisdiction, and everyone I deal with is a convicted criminal. Still, by state standards I am not a certified law enforcement officer. I have a certification issued by the same agency that certifies police officers in NC, but it is a different certification that only qualifies me to work for Probation and Parole. It would make a lot more sense to just send all probation/parole officers to BLET and get them law enforcement certified since we have full law enforcement authority by statute, but I guess that would make too much sense. Luckily I found another way (thank you Company Police!).
|April 3rd, 2007, 10:00 AM||#9|
Join Date: Apr 2007
Location: Davison, Mi.
Where do I start,
18 years, Lapeer, Mi. City Police Officer.
1 year, Maricopa Co, Phx Az. Detention Officer.
9 years, Scottsdale, Az Police Officer
8 years, Lapeer Co. Sheriff's Dept. Lapeer Mi. Corrections Officer.
Wow, thats 36 years in LE, still to young to retire, have to save for that new M&P 45 cal.
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