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Transferring to a new department. ?

Whats up guys, so I transferred to a new police department.  It’s so much slower paced and just different than my previous.  It’s tough being the new guy and it feels like I’m a rookie again.  Any tips on learning the streets faster? I’m having such a hard time adjusting.  My training officer just screams and yells all the time.  I’m venting I guess but I need some help on how to adjust fast. Sorry and thank you guys.  

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  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    Don't say 'Whats up guys'

  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    If you're really a police officer, then you'd already know how to "adjust fast."

  • 1 month ago

    NO, you DID NOT transfer to a new department. You can be hired by a different department. As each department is a SEPARATE entity, you can't transfer from one to another anymore than a Wendy's employee can transfer to McDonald's.

    My tip is to do some BASIC research before trolling.

  • 1 month ago

    what do you do when off shift?  do you live outside that community?  how many of the local merchants do you patronize?  [and not the bars]

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  • 1 month ago

    Number 1- You claim to have "transferred". Implying you've already been a police officer and on the streets.

    Number 2- Why would you need tips on learning the streets faster if that was so?

    Number 3- If it was really "slower paced". Your previous training and experience would serve you.

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