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Discussion in 'Cop Talk' started by Hack, Sep 29, 2011.
all this is luxury.
Tasers are fun And multiple pairs of gloves are a must. I'm pretty paranoid, with all the diseases I work around now.
I have survived Cuban detainees. If I can survive that I can survive about anything. (Checks self), where the heck did that come from?
same way being on a college campus, with all the parents who did not get their kids vaccinated back in the 90's so now they come down with what I thought was some archaic diseases.
If you get a taser, you need oil based oc to go with it. Youtube if need be for instructions.
Day two of DOD Hazmat Certifier (Technical Transportation of Hazardous Materials). This is a 4-credit-hour college course condensed into two weeks, literally. 6 books, plus 3 more added next week to cover vessels, commercial air, and military air.
4 semester or quarter units?
Either way, cramming a full 4 unit course into 2 weeks means 5x longer courses per day minimum. You gotta basically cram 40 hours into 2 weeks of time and allow for full comprehension and retention.
4 semester hours. And it's an 80-hour course. Full time job for two weeks.
Got it. My math was off a bit. 3 quarter units = 40 hours in 10 weeks. 6 quarter units (4 semester) units is 80 hours.
Damn guys. A friend had a medical emergency while driving and crashed his patrol car tonight. If you pray, pray for him, please.
I can't go into the specifics, but he's in the ICU right now. We'll find out more later.
You got it brother.
Prayers en route, VG.
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I hope its more interesting than the hazmat training I've been forced to sit through. We got a full week of it during the academy and it was without a doubt the most borning stuff I've ever been subjected to in my life. The vast majority of the info was geared toward firefighters, not cops. All of the useful info realistically could have been condensed into a day.
I know I'm a little late seeing this, but geez...prayers on the way!
Sorry to hear about the bad stuff. Prayers for his healing, brother.
You definitely have a full schedule.
Well, qualified again on all the bang bang tools. I am now officially licensed for another year of carrying and shooting. I had a fairly decent time regardless of the weather being a little chilly. Pain reliever for the joints and dressed to keep warm was a necessity today. I still have to go back in for the stomp and drag, and cleaning of weapons.