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This is a discussion on Leo Jobs within the Law Enforcement, Military & Homeland Security Discussion forums, part of the Related Topics category; Sell yourself on your people and communication skills Thanks Sixto for the advice. Going to call the school this afternoon. I'll keep everyone posted....

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    Senior Member Array ErikGr7's Avatar
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    Sell yourself on your people and communication skills
    Thanks Sixto for the advice. Going to call the school
    this afternoon. I'll keep everyone posted.


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    Erik. Im 21 and just graduated 2 weeks ago from the Basic Recruit Certification Program at KCTIPS/PSC in Polk County Florida. Its ranked high in the state and I was sponsored through the class meaning 1) I was paid hourly 2) recieved benifits 3) was employed. If I were you I would try going the sponsorship/scholarship route. You are given a job after graduation and recieve pay so you don't have to go to school and have a job at the same time. If you have any questions just ask. I was in your shoes 6 months ago.
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    The hard ass I can whip you attitude of the early 70's when I started has changed. People skills are the most important skills today along with report writing.

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    Don't forget the fed jobs: usajobs.gov

    IIRC the following position (in order) are hiring the most positions this year:

    1. CBP Officer
    2. ICE Immigration Enforcement Agent <------ Already mentioned
    3. CBP Border Patrol Agent

    Which is not to say that there are not many other positions under Uncle Sam's rather large umbrella. Good luck.
    God, country, family.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beans View Post
    The hard ass I can whip you attitude of the early 70's when I started has changed. People skills are the most important skills today along with report writing.
    That's because we now live in a society where people are ready to sue the police at the drop of a hat. I even see this all the time in this forum, where members are ready to sue or file complaints against police for doing their jobs or if they feel the officer was the slightest bit rude about concealed or open carry. People have thin skins nowadays.

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