Question on police recruitment.

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Aberdee
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Re: Question on police recruitment.

Postby Aberdee » Thu Sep 18, 2014 8:27 pm

Hired Goon wrote:
Aberdee wrote:
Tony1983 wrote:Lol
Now I know I'm gonna make it.
There's just too many people to prove wrong. Can't resist.
Look up my "The Sad Truth Cannot get hired" thread. Then you come back and tell us what you rate yourself as based on your competitive factor.
Yea but you didn't answer my question.
Technically that wasn't a question. :wave: Sorry, sorry, too much time testifying in court.
Yea your right, I was going to add
question/statement
in an edit, but it still was not right, so I said screw it hah. :D

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Re: Question on police recruitment.

Postby basketcase » Thu Sep 18, 2014 11:36 pm

Tony1983 wrote:I've had a pretty eventful life, and everyone likes an underdog.
Maybe the interviewers will too.
I do know it's un uphill battle though.
Police recruiters don't like what you consider an underdog. They like as near perfect a candidate as they can get. Near perfect because nobody's perfect.
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Re: Question on police recruitment.

Postby ryan.p » Fri Sep 19, 2014 11:18 am

Tony1983 wrote:I've had a pretty eventful life, and everyone likes an underdog.
Maybe the interviewers will too.
I do know it's un uphill battle though.
I think the defense attorneys cross examining you will love that the most.
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