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    and knock a little ole lady out of her wheelchair and onto the floor


    While she's on the floor, you have to Tase her repeatedly

    Congrats

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    When you get to your interview, know some things about the Dept you are applying for.
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    the chiefs name.
    how many officers in the dept.
    how much area you will cover.
    How long you intend to stay there.
    What you would like to be doing in 10 years.

    I interview our new hires, and it shows you put some thought into it and wanted the job enough to find these things out!
    Good luck, LE is a great career. Three of my six sons are in law enforcement. DR
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    Prelim interview went well. Chief said that they just gotta wait for some of the officers who are leaving to actually leave then I meet the town council to swear in.
    "The value you put on the lost will be determined by the sacrifice you are willing to make to seek them until they are found."

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    Congrats Chris

    now for my pieces of advice

    1. don't settle for only what the department will give or provide, pay for equipment if you need it and its allowed, and seek out additional training even if on your dime
    2. attend Caliber Press Street Survival at least once every 3 years (if not more often)
    3. NEVER 2nd guess that gut feeling/6th sense/or when the hair stands up on the back of your neck, trust your instinct
    4. don't rush into things, too many cops get killed because they rush up on cars when they should do a felony stop, or rush into some other situation when they should stay back (not counting and active shooter event)
    5. always remember there is most likely a camera watching you somewhere, serve with integrity as if there is always a camera on you
    6. ALWAYS wear your body armor
    7. if you feel you need a backup, then wait for it, a lot of officers are killed on in-progress calls when they didn't wait for backup

    GOOD LUCK
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