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Hey my boyfriend is a police officer and hes very cranky and in a careles mood a lot what should I do to help?

Hey my boyfriend is a police officer and hes very cranky and in a careles mood a lot what should I do to help? Topic: Case support officer jobs
May 22, 2019 / By Amie
Question: So my boyfriend just got on the force. Ever since he has been very cranky, in a careless mood, he doesn't talk to me much, and he doesn't really want to hag out anymore. He always tells me that he wants me to help him when he deals with something traumatic, but I don't know how. I really want to support him, but I don't know where to start to help him. How do I get him to be more loveable because before he was very affectionate.
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Washington Washington | 8 days ago
Everything is all new to him with his career, it just could be a good case of stress. Let him know how much you love him, how much you want to be of help to him, but it's all new to you too. Once you both get acclimated to the new job, you getting use to supporting & listening to him, things should start to get better. IF you got along well prior to his new job, there no reason things in time WILL again go back to normal again. Tell/ask him how you can be more supportive to him & let him know you'll do your very best to stand with him thru it all. I'm sure you'll be able to work things out, honey, that dear old word "time", cures all...the best to you...:)
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Washington Originally Answered: Boyfriend becoming a police officer?
It would depend on the department he is hired by for all of your questions! Depending on the department he MIGHT get paid for his academy time. Some departments (usually those with "recruitment problems") might even give him a signing bonus once he is hired. Generally the police academy is a resident program (NY State). No outside employment. His weight will be an issue ... the physical training requirements at the academy are hard! Depending on his stamina he might wash out of the academy. He should start a diet and exercise program to get his weight down! He might have applied to take the civil service test, not for employment by a department! Once he takes (and passes) the test, he is eligible to be hired by police departments! If he is wealthy enough he can attend the Police Academy at his own expense (rarely done in my neck of the woods). His other option is to be hired by a department with a condition that he must pass the academy. Hope my answer helps! God bless your boyfriend ... I hope he makes it!
Washington Originally Answered: Boyfriend becoming a police officer?
Well ok that is a great question. 1. He will have to lose up to 70 pounds. 2. The academy is very grueling and there will be 3 mile runs everyday. 3. And training usually from 6 am to 6 pm depends on your county this is Sac County. 4. He will have to get really fit before he does his first entrance exam. 5. Exam process is Written then there will be a course he will have to go through and complete at a certain time. 6. You have to wait and see if he was accepted into the academy. 7. If he was accepted he will have toi get all supplies and clothing. 8. He will not be paid while attending the academy only the California Highway Patrol does that. 9. The academy will last up to 6 months. 10. After he has completed the academy he will have his POST certification. 11. Then he should apply at the Sheriffs officer or police Stattions. 12. Than he will be paid. It takes alot to become a police officer. The part that will get your bf is the excercise him being over weight will not help at all. He will have to be in great shape before he can even attempt the entrance exam. If he fails the exam he can retake it in 6 months. Good luck Sgt. Gomez RCPD POST 1036
Washington Originally Answered: Boyfriend becoming a police officer?
If he's getting a job with a department/office and they're going to put him through...then he'll have a job already and will be paid by the department/office to attend the academy. If he's putting himself through the academy...he'll be going 40 hours a week (once attending), and be paid nothing. He needs to also consider the $3,000 (?) he'll pay himself to attend. As far as his weight goes, when I went through the police academy, their was no PT. However, I have no idea how the academy he'll be attending is going to be run. Not to sound like a jerk, but your boyfriend could stand to loose some weight. As sad as it may sound, he'll just be a "laughing-stock" of the department he may eventually work for...Yes, cops do make fun of one another. Cops have very little "heart" for the stereotypical "fat cop" which makes them all look bad.

Ryley Ryley
during my first year in law enforcement I constantly told my ex wife that I won't make it 5 yrs - its a big toll on u and u wanna talk about it - but no one REALLY understands what u see and go through - u - on a daily basis see the worst of humanity and hafta step in and be the order to chaos - people expect u to be human, super human, above reproach, flawless and accommodating all that the same time - its impossible yet ALWAYS expected of u - u hafta bear down and find the determination to fight thru - what MOST of us do is - we develop very off beat and inappropriate senses of humor - it helps that u can joke about a dead body else u just go insane - he has to learn to deal with it his own way - I learned to leave work at work - i used to do follow ups when I got off work - but I made myself stop that and let work stay where it is - at work
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Ryley Originally Answered: If a police officer produces a false witness statement, what's the consequence for the police officer?
Statement are not admissible in Court. A person must testify to what they know. Statements can be used to establish probable cause, or even a prima facie case, nut not at Trial.The only way the statement can be false, is if the person who gave the statement is willing to refute in open Court, and he is credible asa witness. I am sure you know that lots of people try to recant statements after they have given them to the Police. Anyway, it makes absolutely no difference until the Trial. If the statement is proven false at Trial, it would have serious consequences for the officers career. But to simply claim it to be false is of no importance. I don't know the law in new Zealand, but countries under the British form of Justice all have similar rules regarding Trial evidence and testimony.
Ryley Originally Answered: If a police officer produces a false witness statement, what's the consequence for the police officer?
Perjury is once you lie below oath, as in courtroom, etc. mendacity to a police officer is an entire different cost by using itself. it is stated as Making fake Statements to a Police Officer and it could get you in a great style of hardship.

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