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Blog - Careers - October 2010

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Firearm Safety for the Home Front  

October 22, 2010
Whether you have a safe and secure place, utilize gun locks, safe boxes or hidden compartments, you must have the family meeting. You need to tell each and every dweller with you the rules and allow no compromise.

Interview Failures and Faults  

October 14, 2010
Show the energy and drive you have to become their officer selection. Interview boards don't understand the "I will give you an honest day's work for an honest day's pay" work ethic. They want energy, motivation and somebody who is clamoring for the position.
Image via Flickr.com (stirwise).

Do You Have Court Today?  

October 11, 2010
Working on rotating schedules and the balancing act of life is a juggling act. Add in court, range, training, kid's soccer game and birthdays, and it gets complicated. Get a system and stick to it.
5.11 Tactical offers its Breakaway High-Vis Vest for law officers working motorways.

Wearing a High-Visibility Vest May Save Your Life  

October 5, 2010
I know what it's like to have to get out and work a traffic accident; it only takes a few seconds to don this vest. There are still some officers who resist wearing the vest and try to trump up the circumstances to exempt themselves. You're only endangering yourself by doing this.
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