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Posted 20 May 2012 - 10:25 PM

Not quite. Either or.


Same here. I don't know of any civilian police department in the USA that requires military service to become an officer. It helps, but it is not a requirement.

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Posted 21 May 2012 - 02:19 AM

Same here. I don't know of any civilian police department in the USA that requires military service to become an officer. It helps, but it is not a requirement.


Yep, I know of a few "veteran preferred" departments around, but none that will hire exclusively veterans.


Speaking of the NYPD, they not that long ago buffed their entrance requirements, used to be all one needed to have was a High School diploma. Last ten years or so IIRC.

Just don't quote me on that.

Who'd ever what to work in NYC or another major metro area is beyond me however.
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Posted 21 May 2012 - 03:29 AM

There's probably some 3 person department somewhere where the chief/sheriff thinks you need military service to prove you're not a communist or something like that.

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Posted 24 May 2012 - 03:30 PM

and what about the best trained police , for example if you can remember , do you know about the philipines SWAT police bus incident . its look like the police there are not trained at all .


BTW is the COPS In US been respected ??? many hate the police for wad reason . is it police brutatily ???

IN my country , the police here are a respectable job , many people respect the cops there except the thugs , or people break the laws . they must be f.... hate the cops here . because singapore is such a small country , and the cops usually nab the suspect withthin few hours (2-3 hrs ) or sometime within 1hour time .



you can go search Singapore police force @ facebook , many comment by foreigner and so on

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Posted 24 May 2012 - 03:38 PM

Same here. I don't know of any civilian police department in the USA that requires military service to become an officer. It helps, but it is not a requirement.

Here ya go: http://www.nypdrecru...exam-employment
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Posted 24 May 2012 - 04:27 PM

and what about the best trained police , for example if you can remember , do you know about the philipines SWAT police bus incident . its look like the police there are not trained at all .


That question is equivalent to which Army or Special Forces Unit is the best. Different training methods and standards across the world and as such it is impossible to distinguish what makes a Unit or Organization "The Best".

In my opinion I believe if I had to choose it would be the Hong Kong Police, they are held to an extremely high standard.

The incident you highlighted was a very unfortunate and mismanaged event, there was a lot of politics involved and when it became clear of the bias that the incident commander had, he should have been replaced by some one neutral. They had at their disposable an Army Special Forces Team and a Specialist Police Tactical Team whose sole job and purpose of creation were for events such as the bus incident but because of the politics and biased involved they were told to stand down.


BTW is the COPS In US been respected ??? many hate the police for wad reason . is it police brutatily ???


That's also a very hard question to answer because in different areas (mostly rural, small communities) support for law enforcement and military is extremely high; whereas in more metropoltian areas it's 50/50

As for the reasons why some people hate cops/military it's because over the years incidents involving police/military corruption, brutality, funding, pay issues have been in the public eye which creates an aura of distrust and disconnect between Public Service and the general public.


IN my country , the police here are a respectable job , many people respect the cops there except the thugs , or people break the laws . they must be f.... hate the cops here . because singapore is such a small country , and the cops usually nab the suspect withthin few hours (2-3 hrs ) or sometime within 1hour time .


Again it's 50/50; some view career in law enforcement or the military as a career for the uneducated high-school drop out or a person with a troubled past or a person without a future. Other's view it as a worth while and noble career with a good salary and benefits.

I'm Chinese-Canadian, when I walk down the street in uniform other Asian minorities look at me with disdain and contempt while others look at me as a positive role model. Depends on people's experience with an organization.

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Posted 25 May 2012 - 12:16 AM

Here ya go: http://www.nypdrecru...exam-employment

It's college OR military. Military is not required (it can give you a leg up, but you won't be rejected for lack of military service).
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