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Blog - Careers - December 2011

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Job Seeking Realities  

December 27, 2011
It's competitive out there, and I know you want the job. So learn the kinks in the process. Don't fall for them. Instead, work your plan as an intelligent job applicant.
<p>Photo: <a href=&quot;http://www.flickr.com/photos/banspy/&quot;>banspy</a>&nbsp;</p>

Alleviating Line-of-Duty Trauma  

December 20, 2011
Concerns of Police Survivors will offer several training sessions to help agencies better prepare for the trauma that follows a line-of-duty death. The sessions will also cover survivor benefits, police disability, police suicide, and helping affected co-workers.
<p>Flicker_CC: <a href=&quot;http://www.flickr.com/photos/stuckincustoms/&quot;>Stuck in Customs</a>&nbsp;</p>

Relocating To a New City for a Police Career  

December 14, 2011
More and more, recruits are taking on the challenges of being a new officer as well as a new resident. Being the FNG (fabulous new guy) and knowing nothing about the area can be challenging, exciting, and downright stressful. External supports are necessary elements for survival.

Recruit Life As a Single Parent  

December 7, 2011
This blog often focuses on tactics, off-duty survival, surviving the FTO program, or making it though the academy. However, what can often get overlooked is making it through those first few years as a parent. A single-parent recruit has been given the most difficult assignment of all.
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