Don’t get discourage as what they have said you will never know not unless you tried. Good luck to everyone who just move forward and those people took the test soon.Akidfrombrooklyn wrote: ↑Thu May 02, 2019 6:36 am
You're right BillyBobBillybob88 wrote: ↑Thu May 02, 2019 11:01 amI did not get this email, do not get discouraged as the email apparently does not say you are OUT of the process. It is a long process and at times it is out of our hands as to what is taking place. Stay positive and confident in yourself. The whole process is testing us and becoming negative does not help
Nothing wrong with being forward. Fragile feelings don’t work well in the professionNeoBravin wrote: ↑Thu Apr 25, 2019 4:54 pm@madeline236. "lets all meet at the train monument"? - please do tell- may be a good story for the laughs.
Also, the comment about handholding for searching resources - can be spun another way- if you're not really willing to help a civilian in his hour of need- no matter how mundane the task is- policing or Law enforcement may not the best choice as well.
I say only because i watched the recent post of 911 calls to WPS. this one was not as bad.
Oh Sorry- but not sorry for being fwd.
It’s Not quite the same as dealing with the public. You’re in a competition with others who will be exhibiting their problem solving skills against yours.
As for the train, well discretion is key here, and in fact an essential for the job. lets just say a number of new hires got in trouble and were made to come back and remove their posts, which you can’t totally do here so it looked funny since half the posts had no content all of a sudden.
As someone else here said, posting isn’t bad if you are careful and use proper discretion about what you say and what personal info you reveal. Ask your instructors about why social media can be an issue for police and others LEOs when you get to training.
This is a great resource for following the process of others you are up against. Helps manage the stress of not knowing how things are moving along.
Good luck to everyone in the process. Don’t get Frustrated or discouraged, it’s long and while they won’t admit it, it’s not perfect. You can always take another shot if you really want it, lots on the job have had to.
I never saw what the person who got a preverbal knuckle slap posted so can’t comment on the details of it.NeoBravin wrote: ↑Thu Apr 25, 2019 5:04 pm@madeline236:
my original reply for some reason isn't posted.
clarification- this is intended for all reading this.
If the fear that you're being watched is the only motivation for you to be ethical and honest- may be policing or law enforcement is not the right path.
As for your quoted comment above I would agree. But you can be ethical and honest but still lack discretion. That’s more what I was getting at.
samehere..Done my WPAT last April but did not hear anything back from the recruitment. have you tried to contact the?