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When dimen mentioned the home visit in the other thread, that reminded me of a question. The trooper doing my background investigation is coming for a home visit in the next week or two. I was planning to wear a suit, but is that overkill?

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masstroopers1 said:
Make sure the house is clean but don't clean it 10 minutes before and have the place full of fumes.
I still live with the parents, :oops: and my mom always keeps the house meticulously clean. But I'll try to remember to make my bed.

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Keep past due bills and the autographed Culture Club poster out of sight. :p
It's actually permanently spray-painted on my wall next to the shrine to Boy George, so nothing I can do about that short of painting over it. :mrgreen:

Thanks for the help, MT1.

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Thanks to all that responded. The home visit went very well. I wore business casual as advised, and it seemed appropriate. The BI was nice and quite laid back, and actually stayed for a pretty long time (like an hour and a half). He told me that I was being recommended, which is a good sign I guess. Thanks again.

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Marine Cop,

This was for the New Hampshire State Police, not the Mass. State Police. I took the written and the PAT last September, the oral board last november, and my BI just finished up his report yesterday. If all goes well, I hope to do my poly, psych eval, and medical exam in the next month or two, and be scheduled for the August academy up in Concord, NH.
As for the MSP exam, I got a 95, so I was not considered for the 77th RTT.

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