About You: I'm am a dedicated arma 3 player and will suck dick for a plus one.
Brief Description About You: erm I have 2 arms
What Is Your In Game name?: [SOA] Booker
How old are you?: 18 today lads get keen
What Is You Player ID?76561198075393240
Do you have an understanding of the Police Rules and Tickets?: yes I do
Who completed your induction training?(they must post here they have as well): will get done I suppose.
About You In-Game:
How long have you been playing Australia Life ?: 2000 hours
Have you played as a Public Cop before?: unfortunatly x2
When you're off duty (not playing cop) what do you do?: usually role around robbing cunts
Why Do You Think You Will Make A Good Police Officer ? (Make this interesting): law enforcement are often heralded for their many intangible benifits, from helping others to serving the XTG community. The chain of command in the law enforcement provides a excellent opportunity to promote and advance through the ranks.
The learning never stops in law enforcement. Because I'll be working in a diverse and dynamic environment. I will be leaning new tactics... and techniques throughout my career.
As such, mandatory retraining that most post and standards and training commissions impose on myself and other officers, training opportunities exist for an almost immeasurable number of topics that will help me excel in my career.
It's not a secret law enforcement officers like to reveal too often, but the truth of the matter is, the job is actually fun.
While working as a police officer it's not uncommon to hear the phrase, "I can't believe I'm getting payed to do this!" Sometimes you may have to drive fast. Sometimes you may have to chase people on foot.
this is not to say that professionalism goes out the window, but rather that personal enjoyment from a job don't both safely and well, with a positive outcome, is a well-deserved and welcomed side benefit for an already rewarding law enforcement career.
Its true that working in law enforcement can be hard, and there are many difficult and tiring days on the job. At the same time, though, a career as a police officer offers opportunities and benefits not found in almost any other job.