But some of our brothers are still working on the Spell Check usage.Cops use computors.
I see your point. Michael Jackson, Neverland Ranch things going on. What I was thinking was since Departments do interact with these agencies, it may be a good idea to get a involved with them also. Mentoring a stuent or something. My point was to give to society of your time. We all said at one point or another we want to help people. By having some volunteer work it helps.Big brother/sister or boys/girls clubs or boy/girl scouts: suggestions of pederasty. No, I do not impugn your service to the young...it's a perception thing...the perception of others. :shock: "...there must be something wrong with a single (male/female) hanging out with children...". You get the idea.
Or maybe I'm too jaded...
A JD? Eh? Need a job?I have been attempting to become a FT LEO for 7 years now. I have finally turned the stone and joined an Aux Dept and in the R/I Acad right now. I have a B.S. and J.D and admitted to the Massachusetts Bar, EMT-B cert, and sit on a Neighborhood Council and devote time to the public safety committe and crime prevention with Boston Police. Even with all of this on my shoulders, it is damn near impossible for me to break into the force. Did I mention I live in Boston as well, that may be the problem. Anyways, Take the advice of everyone, get as many certs as you can, education, join an Aux.. finally things are opening up for me but.. I waited 7 years and put myself through loads of education and volunteer work, and even at that .. I am still paying for all my equipment and training, but.. it will pay off soon. Good luck to you.