Discussion in 'Reserve / Auxiliary' started by musclerussian, Mar 17, 2011.
Just want to know what you guys think of the program. Might sign up.
Stoughton's Chief is known to me very well. Used to be a Lt. on my job. Good guy. Oh and there is a Russian born Sgt. working there too. I know them both. Want a letter of refference?
V I would like to proof read the letter, LOL
forgot to mention r the guys armed or unarmed? i know randolph is armed and newton is unarmed.thanks
STOUGHTON AUXILIARY POLICE
you know some times you piss me off but i have to admit you seem like a ok guy. still trying to help me out even though i probably pissed you off to thanks
you are fucking killing me
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i should be exempt from the first responder training and cpr. i'm already a certified first responder and certified in cpr.
I know that you don't need to be certified with a defribilator. you could just carry a printout of your MC posts and when you come across someone who needs a jump start, just pry open one of their eyes and put the printout infront of them. I guarantee you instant results.
maybe you should be, but I can tell you how it works with the Auxiliaries on my dept. They all go to the whole training program (including 1st responder & CPR) regardless of their prior training. The reason for this is two fold. This way everyone expiration date is the same and everyone is on the same page as far as the program (i.e. Year 1,2, and 3). The other reason is that way your trained in the AED that the department uses.
Bahaha, is this guy for real?
Even though i am a special officer in boston? I completed the first responder and cpr training 2 weeks ago. i'll get both cards soon. thanks for replying
Hate to burst your bubble but the Stoughton Aux was just in recent months disbanded by the new chief as a "liability"
musslerusky won't be down for breakfast for at least two weeks.
If you were to do the Reserve/intermittent academy, you wouldn't have to participate in the CPR/First Responder classes.
Things must of changed because when I went through the Western Mass R/I Academy in 2006 we didn't do a CPR/AED/First Responder Course. I got certified separately from a Massachusetts 911 training course.
And BTW RussianMuscleWhacker is suspended until next week. It's unfortunate because he brought so much to the site.
The R/I academy is now 242 Hours. CPR/AED/First Responder are included in the training now.
muscle- volunteer to do all details for free, you'll gain experience and respect from the regulars for such dedication to duty. Let us know how it turns out.
Not the case. The program is alive and well.
Hey kid, How do you know? Did you resign from Framingham Aux to accept a position in Stoughton?
The Stoughton Aux is in transition. (my bad) They just will never do "Illegal" paid details again. Sounds like the new Chief believes in the Glidden Doctrine where everything is a liability. simple solution was for appointment as specials when in a paid status.
This is hardly a kid you are posting back to. He happens to be in charge of the Framingham Aux program. A little respect for him would be nice. And my guess is, since Stoughton's Chief is a former Framingham Lt., he knows this directly from the man who is in the know.
I'd note his Green status. Kid? WTF?
Agree 100% on the respect note V.
As far as the Stoughton Aux situation, Chief S. called a meeting and then stood behind a lawyer who told them all they were a liability, no more paid details, patrols, excetra . Then he introduced Captain Whoever from, you guessed it, the Framingham Auxiliary. He is there to tell the troops how they're going to run an auxiliary dept. What gets me is that prior to this meeting, these Stoughton folks were actually sworn specials with powers. They had a positive image and history. So nine (9) of the crew simply resigned that night rather than take a couple steps backwards. Now Stoughton PD certainly had a lot of bad ghosts/demons in the past.
The Chief is seeking Acreditation as part of his plan to cleanse and move forward. Maybe these specials got thrown out with the bathwater. Good, bad, or indifferent that's how I understand it.
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