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Discussion in 'State Police' started by LawMan3, Mar 10, 2012.
Yankee or Vickies ?
Any word on what is happening with the people deferred from the 80th class? Thanks.
I believe they will continue to wait.
Thanks. What do you think would be the absolute latest that we, the people that were deferred, could be notified?
I don't see anywhere on the website where it addresses what is going on with the people that were deferred from the 80th academy. If you could provide a link I would appreciate it. Thanks.
It seems like you're in denial that the answer you seek may not exist at this time. Just a hint... They might be a little busy since the SPA is running a municipal and SSPO academy simultaneously so excuse them for inconveniencing all those deferred from the current RTT. Have you contacted them directly? If you do be polite and make sure to tell them that being a State Trooper has been a lifetime dream of yours and you really deserve the opportunity.
Thanks. I know they are really busy. That is why I asked the question here. You guys know how the process works and I do not. I am in no rush. I just didn't know if any of you guys had heard anything.
By "deferred" you mean - you deferred due to, medical, military, etc? Not "didn't make it in"
Or maybe he is socially active?
I saved Uganda this year.
That's why you make the big bucks.
I'm just going to show how high speed moto I am and show up uninvited at the academy day 1.
Don't worry about it. When its time for you to start the process, the SPA/HR will tell you. Pay attention to the MSP website. Now get off the internet and go run.
Well you're SOL if you haven't heard yet and didn't email them by the required deadline. Attention to detail is huge in police work, and clearly you don't have it. Enjoy your life in a different endeavor
Thank you. I appreciate it.
Presidential candidate Romney said he'll fully fund the next five MSP Recruit Training Troops if elected. Your vote counts!
Well I voted for Obama. I believe in second chances.
Does the state police have a new visual tattoo policy?