need help from mason's in military or law-enforecment .

Discussion in 'The Refreshment Lounge' started by trey_odom, Mar 22, 2010.

  1. trey_odom

    trey_odom Registered User

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    im trying to get into this as a career... i have some small hiccups on my record from when i was a teenager... im 26 now... ive grown up .. and wanting to take on a real career..
    asoundguy1@yahoo.com
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  2. JTM

    JTM "Just in case" Premium Member

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    as this was a duplicate thread, i deleted the other one.

    i am sure that there are those around here that can help you out on this one, though.
     
  3. trey_odom

    trey_odom Registered User

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    thank you .. i couldn't figure out how to delete it .
     
  4. Wingnut

    Wingnut Premium Member

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    Go to any military recruiter. Depending on what the hiccups were you may be able to get in. Be 100% honest...
     
  5. trey_odom

    trey_odom Registered User

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    I've been through a whole mess.. For 2 yrs I've been trying to get into the army.. And they just keep messing wit me.. I'm seeking word of mouth from a trusty mason..
     
  6. Hippie19950

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    Trey, I will post some info here, and also send you a PM. I am retired Texas Peace Officer, and USAF Vet. If the "hiccups" are Class B Misdemeanors or less, and more than 2 years old, you may be able to get into law enforcement in this State. It depends on what they are for. I have even seen DPS taking recruits with this grade charge these days. As for the military, again, it depends on the charge, how long it has been, and just how bad they need to meet their quota. If you are sincere in your quest, you will not give up. There are a couple of other Brothers on here I know personally who are currently Peace Officers, and I will help get you in contact with them if needed. Check your PM after reading this.
     
  7. jim9361

    jim9361 Registered User

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    Try usajobs.gov

    Look into DHS/CBP.
     
  8. Dave in Waco

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    It also depends on how old you were as a teenager. Unless you were 17 or older, it's all on your Juvenile record which they shouldn't look at and can be sealed. Now if you were 17 or older, as Bro. Paul said, it's going to depend on the offense.
     

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