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Re: RCMP APPLICANT GENERAL CHIT CHAT

Postby MRKB » Fri Jan 11, 2019 6:35 pm

redder wrote:
Fri Jan 11, 2019 5:01 pm
hdeo123 wrote:
Fri Jan 11, 2019 4:53 pm
redder wrote:
Fri Jan 11, 2019 4:02 pm


Large enough for a decent sized camera? I'm on the fence about bringing my DLSR (I have a photo/video background). I'd love to capture the journey, but if it's a) not going to fit, and b) won't have time, I'll keep my gear at home.
I wonder if they would allow that..perhaps when you have idle time.. not sure.. definitely won't be able to take/share pictures during the training..read that somewhere. 88)
Definitely nothing of training. More just the city/troopmates/etc. during downtime.
Your squirrel is definitely large enough for a big camera. Approximately 2' wide × 1' high and 1.5' deep. All of your protected documents have to be stored in there as well. I have my laptop, gopro with accessories, movies, and tons of other stuff in there.

As for taking photos. Every troop has a troop photographer. Someone with a good camera is great. The official photographer can take photos during training with the permission of the cpl's. These photos are for you and the troop and should not be posted to social media. You really shouldn't be posting photos from around base with other people in them. Keep in mind that a lot of your fellow cadets have aspirations to do undercover work. Pictures of them associated with Depot wouldn't be great (could be dangerous). But yes there is the opportunity to take photos of training (with lots of conditions). OC exposure day is an example of something that photos can be taken of.

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Re: RCMP APPLICANT GENERAL CHIT CHAT

Postby redder » Fri Jan 11, 2019 7:25 pm

MRKB wrote:
Fri Jan 11, 2019 6:35 pm
Your squirrel is definitely large enough for a big camera. Approximately 2' wide × 1' high and 1.5' deep. All of your protected documents have to be stored in there as well. I have my laptop, gopro with accessories, movies, and tons of other stuff in there.

As for taking photos. Every troop has a troop photographer. Someone with a good camera is great. The official photographer can take photos during training with the permission of the cpl's. These photos are for you and the troop and should not be posted to social media. You really shouldn't be posting photos from around base with other people in them. Keep in mind that a lot of your fellow cadets have aspirations to do undercover work. Pictures of them associated with Depot wouldn't be great (could be dangerous). But yes there is the opportunity to take photos of training (with lots of conditions). OC exposure day is an example of something that photos can be taken of.

Mike
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Re: RCMP APPLICANT GENERAL CHIT CHAT

Postby JLuens » Fri Jan 11, 2019 8:13 pm

Hey

This is more for someone at Depot, like MRKB (Mike) or someone else. So I'm trying to get ahead of the game a little bit and be as prepared as possible both physically, mentally and with some of the information that I will be learning already looked at. I'm trying to find the list of 10 codes that the RCMP use and have found several lists for different divisions with most of the codes being the same but some with minor changes. I was hoping for a list of the codes that they test you on at Depot, and that you need to know to challenge for your blues. If you can provide me with that information that would be awesome, and I would greatly appreciate it. I think it would be best if you PM'd me with that information, but I'll leave that up to you. Also I understand if you are not able or willing to share that information. I'll continue to review what I've found and make any changes once I get to Depot if necessary.
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Re: RCMP APPLICANT GENERAL CHIT CHAT

Postby MRKB » Fri Jan 11, 2019 10:25 pm

JLuens wrote:
Fri Jan 11, 2019 8:13 pm
Hey

This is more for someone at Depot, like MRKB (Mike) or someone else. So I'm trying to get ahead of the game a little bit and be as prepared as possible both physically, mentally and with some of the information that I will be learning already looked at. I'm trying to find the list of 10 codes that the RCMP use and have found several lists for different divisions with most of the codes being the same but some with minor changes. I was hoping for a list of the codes that they test you on at Depot, and that you need to know to challenge for your blues. If you can provide me with that information that would be awesome, and I would greatly appreciate it. I think it would be best if you PM'd me with that information, but I'll leave that up to you. Also I understand if you are not able or willing to share that information. I'll continue to review what I've found and make any changes once I get to Depot if necessary.
I personally would not be giving that info out. I don't think it is protected but I sure wouldn't want to risk it. You will have plenty of time to learn the ten codes here. I haven't heard of ten codes being part of the blues challenge. What you can do is go to the links you were sent about what to wear and such. Then explore those pages. Click the links. Lots of valuable information there. Learn the ranks and what they look like. Learn the history of the force you want to be a part of. These are the things you need to know for the blues challenge. When you get here you will be provided with a study guide that will help you learn the things you need to know.

In all honesty the best thing you can do to prepare yourself is to get in the best shape of your life. Workout and eat clean. This will do more for you than anything else.

Also, learn to iron and how to do laundry. You would be surprised at the people that can't. Huge hint here. Tide pods do not go in the detergent drawer. They go in the machine. You wouldn't believe how many times i have had to clean a machine so i can do laundry or how many machines i have seen exploding with foam because way too much soap was used.

At the end of the day there is no trick or secret to getting through this place. Take it one day at a time. Pay attention in class. Do your homework. Put your best effort in every day. You will be given enough time to do everything if you manage your time well. At the end of 6.5 months if you put in the work you will be rewarded with a little piece of metal with 5 numbers stamped into it. If you don't you will be given the option of window or isle. Your fate lies entirely in your hands. Nobody is to blame for your failures, or is responsible for your success other than you.

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Re: RCMP APPLICANT GENERAL CHIT CHAT

Postby CBSA_Applicant_2017 » Sat Jan 12, 2019 3:02 pm

I officially turned down my assigned Troop spot recently. I had a while to think about it before having to fly out, and basically it came down to salary (both during training and in the 2 years after; my current job paid over 70k with full benefits during training which also took over 6 months); work-life balance (things like holiday days off and working hours, night shiftwork etc.,); and not wanting to move outside of my city right now. And I mean not wanting to go to Saskatchewan ever; just thinking in terms of training and not even any future posting -- which I understand that now there’s a big focus on staffing rural policing especially in small town Saskatchewan and Alberta.

My initial goal when I applied a while ago was to go to Surrey (or worst case metro Vancouver), but now that the Surrey policing contract is cancelled that is very unlikely to happen anytime soon for new recruits. So now I’m thinking if I ever wanted to go to Surrey (which I probably no longer do anyway) I could just apply there directly in another year or two when they hire 900-1000 or so people for their new Surrey department (which I understand will probably be 60% lateral moves from other departments like RCMP, but that still leaves at least 300 new recruit positions to fill at the same time).

Furthermore, after reading these forums in detail, things like “hours on weekends spent polishing and shining boots”, “learning to iron and how to do laundry”; “learn the history of the force”; and bed, “pit”, closet inspections etc., sound a lot like extended army recruit basic training except for over half a year, and like a waste of advanced schooling. Especially a waste of advanced schooling if a general rural or small city/town posting follows right after that.

Lastly, I very recently started dating someone who is a specialist medical doctor, and long story short, there is just no way that this person can or will ever move outside my current big city within the next 5 years due to work reasons, and will most likely never leave the province.

It’s like someone else posted here earlier: Your fate lies entirely in your hands. Nobody is to blame for your failures, or is responsible for your success other than you.
Right now it’s just bad timing and I don’t want to set myself up for financial, personal, and professional failure, so sometimes not doing or not going through with something is the best thing to do personally.

This forum thread seems to be 98% an echo chamber so that’s probably why I posted this, for those that don’t ever post but still have the same issues to decide on.

I’d be interested to know what the attrition rates are at Depot and also within the next 2-3 years after. I bet they are high.

It should be interesting to see what happens in the next few years with increasing attrition/vacancy rates, and the imminent unionization via the National Police Federation (NPF) this year.

This was my final post. Good Luck and Take Care!

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Re: RCMP APPLICANT GENERAL CHIT CHAT

Postby hdeo123 » Sat Jan 12, 2019 3:54 pm

CBSA_Applicant_2017 wrote:
Sat Jan 12, 2019 3:02 pm
I officially turned down my assigned Troop spot recently. I had a while to think about it before having to fly out, and basically it came down to salary (both during training and in the 2 years after; my current job paid over 70k with full benefits during training which also took over 6 months); work-life balance (things like holiday days off and working hours, night shiftwork etc.,); and not wanting to move outside of my city right now. And I mean not wanting to go to Saskatchewan ever; just thinking in terms of training and not even any future posting -- which I understand that now there’s a big focus on staffing rural policing especially in small town Saskatchewan and Alberta.

My initial goal when I applied a while ago was to go to Surrey (or worst case metro Vancouver), but now that the Surrey policing contract is cancelled that is very unlikely to happen anytime soon for new recruits. So now I’m thinking if I ever wanted to go to Surrey (which I probably no longer do anyway) I could just apply there directly in another year or two when they hire 900-1000 or so people for their new Surrey department (which I understand will probably be 60% lateral moves from other departments like RCMP, but that still leaves at least 300 new recruit positions to fill at the same time).

Furthermore, after reading these forums in detail, things like “hours on weekends spent polishing and shining boots”, “learning to iron and how to do laundry”; “learn the history of the force”; and bed, “pit”, closet inspections etc., sound a lot like extended army recruit basic training except for over half a year, and like a waste of advanced schooling. Especially a waste of advanced schooling if a general rural or small city/town posting follows right after that.

Lastly, I very recently started dating someone who is a specialist medical doctor, and long story short, there is just no way that this person can or will ever move outside my current big city within the next 5 years due to work reasons, and will most likely never leave the province.

It’s like someone else posted here earlier: Your fate lies entirely in your hands. Nobody is to blame for your failures, or is responsible for your success other than you.
Right now it’s just bad timing and I don’t want to set myself up for financial, personal, and professional failure, so sometimes not doing or not going through with something is the best thing to do personally.

This forum thread seems to be 98% an echo chamber so that’s probably why I posted this, for those that don’t ever post but still have the same issues to decide on.

I’d be interested to know what the attrition rates are at Depot and also within the next 2-3 years after. I bet they are high.

It should be interesting to see what happens in the next few years with increasing attrition/vacancy rates, and the imminent unionization via the National Police Federation (NPF) this year.

This was my final post. Good Luck and Take Care!
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Re: RCMP APPLICANT GENERAL CHIT CHAT

Postby VanSmack » Sat Jan 12, 2019 4:57 pm

HugoBoss89 wrote:
Thu Jan 10, 2019 5:01 pm
Yup. Sounds about right. SC should come on a first come, first serve basis. I see so many people get their SC finished in several weeks or months and others like you and I wait for months and months and months and months. Just apply somewhere else for now while you wait if you want to go into law enforcement otherwise you still might be waiting for another year and a half. I applied to OPP beginning of January and I guarantee, if all is successful, I'll get into there quicker than I hear back from RCMP. Granted my file went to DSU in April of 2018.
And how would you propose to make that happen? You have no idea how the files are assigned to be investigated or what's involved in those investigations themselves.

Say you have 70 or so people just doing the field portion of those background checks, are you going to tell the guy working I on 15-20 at a time that he can't hand in the ones he was able to finish until he gets the one he was handed first sorted out? That's essentially telling him he's only allowed to work one file at a time, regardless of how complex it may be. Are you going to refuse to accept 10 completed packages each from 20 other field investigators because one investigator is having a tough time tracking someone down on a slightly older application?

Saying that they should be assigned on a first come first served basis is a) ignorant, b) presumptuous that everyone's security clearance is automatic, and c) overly entitled, because it suggests that the staffing requirements of the organization should be put on hold because your file got put into a basket first.
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Re: RCMP APPLICANT GENERAL CHIT CHAT

Postby JLuens » Sat Jan 12, 2019 7:09 pm

CBSA_Applicant_2017 wrote:
Sat Jan 12, 2019 3:02 pm
I officially turned down my assigned Troop spot recently. I had a while to think about it before having to fly out, and basically it came down to salary (both during training and in the 2 years after; my current job paid over 70k with full benefits during training which also took over 6 months); work-life balance (things like holiday days off and working hours, night shiftwork etc.,); and not wanting to move outside of my city right now. And I mean not wanting to go to Saskatchewan ever; just thinking in terms of training and not even any future posting -- which I understand that now there’s a big focus on staffing rural policing especially in small town Saskatchewan and Alberta.

My initial goal when I applied a while ago was to go to Surrey (or worst case metro Vancouver), but now that the Surrey policing contract is cancelled that is very unlikely to happen anytime soon for new recruits. So now I’m thinking if I ever wanted to go to Surrey (which I probably no longer do anyway) I could just apply there directly in another year or two when they hire 900-1000 or so people for their new Surrey department (which I understand will probably be 60% lateral moves from other departments like RCMP, but that still leaves at least 300 new recruit positions to fill at the same time).

Furthermore, after reading these forums in detail, things like “hours on weekends spent polishing and shining boots”, “learning to iron and how to do laundry”; “learn the history of the force”; and bed, “pit”, closet inspections etc., sound a lot like extended army recruit basic training except for over half a year, and like a waste of advanced schooling. Especially a waste of advanced schooling if a general rural or small city/town posting follows right after that.

Lastly, I very recently started dating someone who is a specialist medical doctor, and long story short, there is just no way that this person can or will ever move outside my current big city within the next 5 years due to work reasons, and will most likely never leave the province.

It’s like someone else posted here earlier: Your fate lies entirely in your hands. Nobody is to blame for your failures, or is responsible for your success other than you.
Right now it’s just bad timing and I don’t want to set myself up for financial, personal, and professional failure, so sometimes not doing or not going through with something is the best thing to do personally.

This forum thread seems to be 98% an echo chamber so that’s probably why I posted this, for those that don’t ever post but still have the same issues to decide on.

I’d be interested to know what the attrition rates are at Depot and also within the next 2-3 years after. I bet they are high.

It should be interesting to see what happens in the next few years with increasing attrition/vacancy rates, and the imminent unionization via the National Police Federation (NPF) this year.

This was my final post. Good Luck and Take Care!
Seems like a lot of wasted reading for I'm making more money, and will be for some time, right now. I'm unwilling to move around and don't want to be told where to go. I'm unwilling to go to Depot and don't like the training style, never having been there myself. The End.

There is no need to post a life story in order to try and highlight what you deem to be faults of the organization before even being accepted in order to attempt to detract others.
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Re: RCMP APPLICANT GENERAL CHIT CHAT

Postby JLuens » Sat Jan 12, 2019 7:16 pm

MRKB wrote:
Fri Jan 11, 2019 10:25 pm

I personally would not be giving that info out. I don't think it is protected but I sure wouldn't want to risk it. You will have plenty of time to learn the ten codes here. I haven't heard of ten codes being part of the blues challenge. What you can do is go to the links you were sent about what to wear and such. Then explore those pages. Click the links. Lots of valuable information there. Learn the ranks and what they look like. Learn the history of the force you want to be a part of. These are the things you need to know for the blues challenge. When you get here you will be provided with a study guide that will help you learn the things you need to know.

In all honesty the best thing you can do to prepare yourself is to get in the best shape of your life. Workout and eat clean. This will do more for you than anything else.

Also, learn to iron and how to do laundry. You would be surprised at the people that can't. Huge hint here. Tide pods do not go in the detergent drawer. They go in the machine. You wouldn't believe how many times i have had to clean a machine so i can do laundry or how many machines i have seen exploding with foam because way too much soap was used.

At the end of the day there is no trick or secret to getting through this place. Take it one day at a time. Pay attention in class. Do your homework. Put your best effort in every day. You will be given enough time to do everything if you manage your time well. At the end of 6.5 months if you put in the work you will be rewarded with a little piece of metal with 5 numbers stamped into it. If you don't you will be given the option of window or isle. Your fate lies entirely in your hands. Nobody is to blame for your failures, or is responsible for your success other than you.

Mike
Hey thanks for the reply Mike I really appreciate it. I completely understand what your saying and respect your stance. I'm just getting a little anxious I guess. I'm trying to fill as much spare time as possible, before I head out, with things that I think will best prepare me for Depot. My only goal is to be as prepared as possible so that I'm not a hindrance to my troop, I'm not looking to be a know it all or doing it so I can slack off in class or anything like that. Just simply so that I have some of the information already stored and rather than information overload simply need to recall some of it. Anyways, again thanks for your response!
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PEP REV-02/15
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Re: RCMP APPLICANT GENERAL CHIT CHAT

Postby r.k1777 » Sun Jan 13, 2019 12:05 pm

Hi,

After my RMAQ I received email that I have to do Right Fit Interview. Was it part of the process before? Because I was under impression there is no interview after RCMP abolished RMSI a while ago.

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Re: RCMP APPLICANT GENERAL CHIT CHAT

Postby Pete Broccolo » Sun Jan 13, 2019 1:12 pm

VanSmack wrote:
Sat Jan 12, 2019 4:57 pm
HugoBoss89 wrote:
Thu Jan 10, 2019 5:01 pm
Yup. Sounds about right. SC should come on a first come, first serve basis. I see so many people get their SC finished in several weeks or months and others like you and I wait for months and months and months and months. Just apply somewhere else for now while you wait if you want to go into law enforcement otherwise you still might be waiting for another year and a half. I applied to OPP beginning of January and I guarantee, if all is successful, I'll get into there quicker than I hear back from RCMP. Granted my file went to DSU in April of 2018.
And how would you propose to make that happen? You have no idea how the files are assigned to be investigated or what's involved in those investigations themselves.

Say you have 70 or so people just doing the field portion of those background checks, are you going to tell the guy working I on 15-20 at a time that he can't hand in the ones he was able to finish until he gets the one he was handed first sorted out? That's essentially telling him he's only allowed to work one file at a time, regardless of how complex it may be. Are you going to refuse to accept 10 completed packages each from 20 other field investigators because one investigator is having a tough time tracking someone down on a slightly older application?

Saying that they should be assigned on a first come first served basis is a) ignorant, b) presumptuous that everyone's security clearance is automatic, and c) overly entitled, because it suggests that the staffing requirements of the organization should be put on hold because your file got put into a basket first.
I agree with my learned friend above.
At least you are less-entitled-sounding than CBSA applicant2017.
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Re: RCMP APPLICANT GENERAL CHIT CHAT

Postby Pete Broccolo » Sun Jan 13, 2019 1:15 pm

CBSA_Applicant_2017 wrote:
Sat Jan 12, 2019 3:02 pm
I officially turned down my assigned Troop spot recently. I had a while to think about it before having to fly out, and basically it came down to salary (both during training and in the 2 years after; my current job paid over 70k with full benefits during training which also took over 6 months); work-life balance (things like holiday days off and working hours, night shiftwork etc.,); and not wanting to move outside of my city right now. And I mean not wanting to go to Saskatchewan ever; just thinking in terms of training and not even any future posting -- which I understand that now there’s a big focus on staffing rural policing especially in small town Saskatchewan and Alberta.

My initial goal when I applied a while ago was to go to Surrey (or worst case metro Vancouver), but now that the Surrey policing contract is cancelled that is very unlikely to happen anytime soon for new recruits. So now I’m thinking if I ever wanted to go to Surrey (which I probably no longer do anyway) I could just apply there directly in another year or two when they hire 900-1000 or so people for their new Surrey department (which I understand will probably be 60% lateral moves from other departments like RCMP, but that still leaves at least 300 new recruit positions to fill at the same time).

Furthermore, after reading these forums in detail, things like “hours on weekends spent polishing and shining boots”, “learning to iron and how to do laundry”; “learn the history of the force”; and bed, “pit”, closet inspections etc., sound a lot like extended army recruit basic training except for over half a year, and like a waste of advanced schooling. Especially a waste of advanced schooling if a general rural or small city/town posting follows right after that.

Lastly, I very recently started dating someone who is a specialist medical doctor, and long story short, there is just no way that this person can or will ever move outside my current big city within the next 5 years due to work reasons, and will most likely never leave the province.

It’s like someone else posted here earlier: Your fate lies entirely in your hands. Nobody is to blame for your failures, or is responsible for your success other than you.
Right now it’s just bad timing and I don’t want to set myself up for financial, personal, and professional failure, so sometimes not doing or not going through with something is the best thing to do personally.

This forum thread seems to be 98% an echo chamber so that’s probably why I posted this, for those that don’t ever post but still have the same issues to decide on.

I’d be interested to know what the attrition rates are at Depot and also within the next 2-3 years after. I bet they are high.

It should be interesting to see what happens in the next few years with increasing attrition/vacancy rates, and the imminent unionization via the National Police Federation (NPF) this year.

This was my final post. Good Luck and Take Care!
And good riddance!

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Re: RCMP APPLICANT GENERAL CHIT CHAT

Postby hdeo123 » Sun Jan 13, 2019 1:40 pm

r.k1777 wrote:
Sun Jan 13, 2019 12:05 pm
Hi,

After my RMAQ I received email that I have to do Right Fit Interview. Was it part of the process before? Because I was under impression there is no interview after RCMP abolished RMSI a while ago.

Interesting , how is it done? In person?

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Re: RCMP APPLICANT GENERAL CHIT CHAT

Postby r.k1777 » Sun Jan 13, 2019 1:46 pm

hdeo123 wrote:
Sun Jan 13, 2019 1:40 pm
r.k1777 wrote:
Sun Jan 13, 2019 12:05 pm
Hi,

After my RMAQ I received email that I have to do Right Fit Interview. Was it part of the process before? Because I was under impression there is no interview after RCMP abolished RMSI a while ago.

Interesting , how is it done? In person?
No, phone interview.

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Re: RCMP APPLICANT GENERAL CHIT CHAT

Postby redder » Sun Jan 13, 2019 2:12 pm

r.k1777 wrote:
Sun Jan 13, 2019 1:46 pm
hdeo123 wrote:
Sun Jan 13, 2019 1:40 pm
r.k1777 wrote:
Sun Jan 13, 2019 12:05 pm
Hi,

After my RMAQ I received email that I have to do Right Fit Interview. Was it part of the process before? Because I was under impression there is no interview after RCMP abolished RMSI a while ago.

Interesting , how is it done? In person?
No, phone interview.
Probably just your RMAQ review call then, although I've never heard of it called 'Right Fit Interview'. As with anything in the process, be honest and transparent.
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