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I'm compiling a list of some towns where P/I's and Specials can do crusier shifts in addition to details. If you know of some, please list them here. Thanks.
 

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Plympton...P/I and specials both work many shifts as well as details.
 

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Seekonk, Rehoboth and I think Norton
 

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Yes Norton does, just go to western/central mass and most all the towns, the p/timers are treated like f/timers. I spent 4 yrs out there.
 

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Berlin
Boylston and
West Boylston
to the list. although West Boylston is phasing out their part-timers
 

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West Boylston has already down the phasing out...the only part timer still there is a retired WB cop...he works details

texdep said:
Add

Berlin
Boylston and
West Boylston
to the list. although West Boylston is phasing out their part-timers
 

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All the Bridgewaters P/I's do it all. (East and West too)
 

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Acushnet details/road shifts, Wareham same thing, Marion, Mattapoisett (must be an EMT), and I think Rochester and Freetown... I also beleive a lot of cape towns do it that way also. The only way to get on that I know of in Acushnet, Wareham, Marion, and Mattapoisett is to be a PI first then go full time.
 

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Blackstone PD does NOT have reserves or specials. They have Explorers that occasionally ride along with the officers but no reserves or specials.

Lunenburg, MA as well as Ashburnham and Westminster, MA PD's allow part timers cruiser shifts.
 

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redpara said:
Uxbridge as well. The only way they will hire F/T is after you work a while as a P/I.
Plainville's P.I.'s work shifts and details. They work our training days, personal days, comp days, and sick days after 10 (extended sick). They attend the P.I. Academy for 22 weeks. They get step one pay forever and uniforms and equipment are provided under contract.
Under Civil Service when you call for a list for full time, you only get your P.I.'s. Actually a good way to "road test" people before they're hired.

Our Special Officers only work details. In our case there's about 10. They're mostly local retired guys. Nice having them.
 
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