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I believe that at a minimum you need the SSPO or Reserve/Intermittent academy. It is true that they may sponsor someone through the full municipal academy. One of the now sergeants just graduated from the Plymouth Academy.
 

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Thats a good idea Mikey. In fact, give DC James McCarthy a call at 617-632-8306 and he'll fill you in on the job; you should be able to FAX everything to him. I'd also let him know about the online problems.
 

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I don't have either of them and MCJTC doesn't accept my federal academy :(
I don't know what federal agency you work for but the MCJTC will accept you into the R/I academy if your Federal agency sponsors you. It's a nice way to get some MA state training/experience should you decide to go elsewhere.
 

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Plus if some one has the R/I academy and a full time federal law enforcement academy they can qualify for a waiver and will be able to be appointed as an SSPO w/o the MPOC or the SSPO academy @ the SPA.
 

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Mikey682";p="50889 said:
OK thanks MitPO, I'll do that. I had the same problem with Mass General Hospital, I had to fax them a resume after applying 3 times online.
That's the way it is at the Big City Hospitals. When jobs open up, they get flooded. They are very good stepping stones for an LE career so ALOT of people apply. The only true way to get your resume "IN" there is to fax or email right to the department. An even better way is if you know someone on the inside... Juice helps.... These places receive a few dozen resumes each week (several hundered a year), even when there are no openings. For those of you trying for a Hospital Police/Security Job in Boston, good luck!

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It is my understanding that there are still several openings on both sides (Public Safety and Police) of the house. Great pay, benefits, and working conditions. The Chief is a stand-up guy and one good cop with many years of experience. Check out the job posting on www.boston.com, click on "jobs", then type in "police". Don't delay!
 

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Moving right along.......four new officers and one new sergeant hired/promoted. I think two other officers and one or two sergeants and they're done. Send that resume today! :mrgreen:
 
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