DRPS, OPP and RCMP Women's Recruiting Event

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Re: DRPS, OPP and RCMP Women's Recruiting Event

Postby Eugo » Fri Feb 01, 2013 2:27 am

YRP also has one in King City (Seneca campus) on Mar 9-10.
http://www.yrp.ca/docs/posters/Internat ... g-2013.pdf

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Re: DRPS, OPP and RCMP Women's Recruiting Event

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Re: DRPS, OPP and RCMP Women's Recruiting Event

Postby Toonces » Fri Feb 01, 2013 1:16 pm

honouroverall wrote:Sometimes I get jealous about how much easier it is to get into policing for women.. then I remember how crappy it would be to be a girl with all that fun stuff like giving birth lol. Props to all the gals on the job out there.
FFS. We don't need your sexist "props" for being on the job. :roll:
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Re: DRPS, OPP and RCMP Women's Recruiting Event

Postby toomuch » Fri Feb 01, 2013 1:33 pm

This is the second go round for this bag of dicks and offside comments.

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Re: DRPS, OPP and RCMP Women's Recruiting Event

Postby Provost » Fri Feb 01, 2013 6:15 pm

honouroverall wrote:Sometimes I get jealous about how much easier it is to get into policing for women.. then I remember how crappy it would be to be a girl with all that fun stuff like giving birth lol. Props to all the gals on the job out there.


You Sir, are on a roll! :banghead:

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Re: DRPS, OPP and RCMP Women's Recruiting Event

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Re: DRPS, OPP and RCMP Women's Recruiting Event

Postby Toonces » Fri Feb 01, 2013 11:23 pm

Your comment didn't have anything to do with recruiting events. You clearly said it was easier for women to get hired.

There's a big difference there.
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Re: DRPS, OPP and RCMP Women's Recruiting Event

Postby Provost » Fri Feb 01, 2013 11:43 pm

honouroverall wrote:No sexism intended. Clearly there isn't enough initiative for women to be in policing hence a recruiting event geared towards females, so i'm giving props to those who do chose to serve. Relax a little.


No... that's not what you meant at all... You clearly said you were jealous of how much easier it was.
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Re: DRPS, OPP and RCMP Women's Recruiting Event

Postby Lights » Sat Feb 02, 2013 12:49 am

honouroverall wrote:Sometimes I get jealous about how much easier it is to get into policing for women.. then I remember how crappy it would be to be a girl with all that fun stuff like giving birth lol. Props to all the gals on the job out there.



Sounds like someone is bitter because they can’t get an interview or because they got differed.

What a donkey.
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Re: DRPS, OPP and RCMP Women's Recruiting Event

Postby honouroverall » Sat Feb 02, 2013 1:25 am

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Re: DRPS, OPP and RCMP Women's Recruiting Event

Postby Provost » Sat Feb 02, 2013 2:37 am

honouroverall wrote:If a male applicant and a female applicant applied to durham regional at the same time, who would have a better chance of being selected? Its not sexism its the facts.

I would love to see where you get your "facts" from. :ponder:


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Re: DRPS, OPP and RCMP Women's Recruiting Event

Postby cyrusdm » Sat Feb 02, 2013 6:21 am

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I was going to comment and opted to stay out of it



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Re: DRPS, OPP and RCMP Women's Recruiting Event

Postby cyrusdm » Sat Feb 02, 2013 6:43 am

honouroverall wrote:I removed my sig because I don't want applicants for the london service having to worry that recruiters have been told by blueliners who read way too far into comments that there's a homophobic sexist kid in their pool of applicants. I'm not trying to personally attack any of you. If a male applicant and a female applicant applied to durham regional at the same time, who would have a better chance of being selected? Its not sexism its the facts. So yes I do have a tendency to put my foot in my mouth a bit, its just who I am. I'm not looking to stir the pot.. just trying to converse, and I have a habit of saying whats on my mind. (btw its getting clearer from some responses why this forum attracts so many trolls, try not taking everything so serious!) I guess i'll have to work on my discretion if LE is my career choice.



When you're talking to your police recruiter don't mention that you felt you required a stab guard to work in the Downtown London Library. He may not take you seriously after that.


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Re: DRPS, OPP and RCMP Women's Recruiting Event

Postby Shawshank » Sat Feb 02, 2013 8:25 am

Well, just be reading the topic of this thread, I knew where it was going to go. Just didn't think it would go that fast.
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