We have cleared things up, at least I hope we did.
mdc, I do have kids, three of them pre-teens.
It's hard for sure.
When things get worse, I take comfort in knowing they can only get better.
1. He has applied to be a POLICE OFFICER
2. He asks about course that have "relevance to POLICING"
3. He refers to an officer inspecting his car seat, when was the last time a CBSA "Officer" did that?
Therefore, it should be understood that when he says officer, he means POLICE OFFICER.
Pull your own foot out of your own mouth.
Being Regural Members, Minicipal or RCMP, Auxiliary/Reserve Members or Peace Officers... Whatever. Why there so much, I don't know .. resentment.
I share a car with 'you', ... sometimes. I wear the same patch on my sleeve.
Peace Officers ( insert CBSA ) does his own thing to assure laws are upheld.
Why the constant fights and arguments. Aren't we all on the same side?
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Regardless of where he applied or who's the intended target was, please stop attacking my stupid disclaimer at the bottom of the original post and re-read the whole thing.
If I incorrectly advised the op as to things that would be of a benefit to him as a an applicant, then I welcome the comments and suggestions.
mdc wrote:If I incorrectly advised the op as to things that would be of a benefit to him as a an applicant, then I welcome the comments and suggestions.
Here a suggestion- shut up. The guy asked about applying to the police. The police officers general consensus is that he should just apply. Perhaps take a verbal judo course...but its not required.
You, having never been a cop, dont need to offer him any help. Perhaps you should call NASA and help them out with their next mission. You have as much of an informed opinion on that as you do on this.
When they ship you your gun! LOL!
I would welcome a new officer that knows what a slack adjuster does, knows there's usually more than one comic book in the cab, and that could help me interpret a download from a DDEC system, figure out where the bag of coke is hidden, and can explain it to a judge in plain language. Most rigs I work around are on their side, upside down, or burnt out, so no need for the creeper and official peace officer bump helmet.
Pick your force, apply, don't get discouraged and don't take no for an answer.............start running, don't worry about the weights.
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