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Discussion in 'Cop Talk' started by pgg00, Jul 13, 2017.
That is all
Take a picture of yourself from behind...while you still have a spine.
Well then... cheers to you sarge!
I am not/have never been involved in any organization which gives out patches like yours but I do know that you are proud of your accomplishment!
Congratulations Sgt! Now go form up your crew and lead them against the dregs of society.
Congratulations! When is the lobotomy? LOL!
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Way to go PG! Those stripes sure look good
The first one is the most difficult. Good luck.
Just retired after 32 years. Made Sergeant in 1999. (dang, 17 years...). If you don't need the money, stop promoting.
Being a Sergeant was the greatest thing ever. Being a very senior Sergeant was the top of the world. I could jump every call that sounded like it could be good. And led my people from the front. Lieutenants (the smart ones, stayed out of my business)
One more promotion...that goes away. You start directing people from the rear. And watch them do all the good stuff.
Or, I just knew I was to dumb to pass another civil service test....
Good job boss.
(Walking by mirrors, seeing the stripes and getting that little jolt goes away.)
I thought that was LT and above
Spine, Balls, Heart, everything must GO!!!
Congratulations! Good for you, and good for the men and women serving under you.
My place that's Capt and above. Our Lts still make car stops.
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Now keep calm
Congratulations. Just remember all of your goof ups when it come to disciplining someone. I never got promoted, and surely don't regret it at all. I did have a certain satisfaction of reminding what they did in the early parts of our careers. They however never appreciated it at all...