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Discussion in 'State Police' started by LawMan3, Mar 10, 2012.
Speaking of teases......... I'm bringing "the perfect ass" to the Sox game on Saturday. hahaha
I hope it's someone elses - not you.
I don't know about that, I seen the words "Tease" showing through the white streachy pants of a walking billboard by Dudley next to B-2 yesterday. It was far from "The perfect ass" but, that's just my opinion... If you're into that, that's cool....
Let me know how that works out for you.
Hey muscles, you don't think you're too good, do you?
Is the class still scheduled for 150 trainees? I'm hoping they want more...
Valid question, but right now I am just concerned with the process.
Don't be concerned over something you have no control over. (the process) You should just concern yourself with PT at this point.
Absolutely, I agree with you...just ran a 10:30 mile and half, not sure what the PT requirements are.
I believe the standard is 12:20 or so. I have no idea what your training regiment is. But I hope you realize that the PT test, will probably be the first and last, mile and a half you run at the SPA.
Don't make the mistake of running a 1.5 to train for the 1.5. GL
Thank you for the advice.
Not sure why you thought I was asking you... Especially if you're a prospective trainee...
i have a 97 and i am waiting for a letter. i have a tattoo sleeve on my right arm, whats the chances that they overlook the sleeve?
Why'd you get a full sleeve if wanted to be a cop/trooper?
(am SO saving this thread for the Manchild to read when he gets home !)
well when i got home from iraq (im also military police) i got it and didnt think that id end up getting the opportunity to go to academy.
everyone makes decisions they regret. Keep looking for a more accepting agency. Good luck and thank you for your service.
My 18yr old is in AIT now... his goal is to be a trooper someday, or local cop, and I've warned him hard about inking and the potential ramifications it could have on his goals.
I understand that it looks unprofessional but i dont think it should determine if i get a academy spot or not because i believe i am very qualified. All I can do is give it a shot if and when I get a letter and obviously hope for the best.
OK, if you understand it looks unprofessional they why don't you understand why agencies have policies against them?
If I recall, MSP makes you weare a sleeve over it, but I could be mistaken....I've never seen anyone wearing one since the policy went into affect.
Pray for cold weather so it's not the FIRST thing they notice about you.
But the training council says the standard only increases by 1/4 mile per week!
After I lateral to the SP, I'm gonna show them by wearing these!
The department I work for doesn't allow tattoo sleeves.
You know you should apply to Nashua PD. They love Tat sleeves up there. You know the saying, live free or die.