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    90% of you morons lack the intelligence to do anything else. You really think you would hold a job in the private sector with your lack of maturity and morals??
    I donít think that the private sector could pay us adequately for the sacrifices we make for this job. Put that in your pot pipe and shove that up your binary neutral posterior biologically supported orifice with sufficient force. Then have your racially diverse government provided medical team help you extricate it without causing you any permanent neurological damage, highly unlikely by the way.

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    90% of you morons lack the intelligence to do anything else. You really think you would hold a job in the private sector with your lack of maturity and morals??
    Hey I work part time at Home Depot plus my cop job. I win I can do both. Now shut up BLM terrorist.

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    Compared to most agencies, the PCSO handles a lot less calls than major agencies like St.Pete and Tampa. One shift at those agencies, you are taking 8-12 reports, no mirs. Those same agencies, a lot of recruits get weeded out of the FTO problem. Some just leave after 5 years or less. This job is a difficult job. Most people canít do this this job due to the stress, court and hours. If you are working here, consider yourself lucky. If you had same call volume as most bigger agencies, most of you guys wouldnít last. As things change in the county, like politics, some of you probably wonít survive. Iím curious to see who is still here in ten years. 30 years is a long time. Itís only a matter of time when you get a liberal sheriff, like Hillsborough county, with a liberal staff. St. Pete PD is coming to an agency to you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Compared to most agencies, the PCSO handles a lot less calls than major agencies like St.Pete and Tampa. One shift at those agencies, you are taking 8-12 reports, no mirs. Those same agencies, a lot of recruits get weeded out of the FTO problem. Some just leave after 5 years or less. This job is a difficult job. Most people canít do this this job due to the stress, court and hours. If you are working here, consider yourself lucky. If you had same call volume as most bigger agencies, most of you guys wouldnít last. As things change in the county, like politics, some of you probably wonít survive. Iím curious to see who is still here in ten years. 30 years is a long time. Itís only a matter of time when you get a liberal sheriff, like Hillsborough county, with a liberal staff. St. Pete PD is coming to an agency to you.
    We have taken people those other places have weeded out. Even Clearwater has a tougher FTO program than we do. Let that sink in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Compared to most agencies, the PCSO handles a lot less calls than major agencies like St.Pete and Tampa. One shift at those agencies, you are taking 8-12 reports, no mirs. Those same agencies, a lot of recruits get weeded out of the FTO problem. Some just leave after 5 years or less. This job is a difficult job. Most people canít do this this job due to the stress, court and hours. If you are working here, consider yourself lucky. If you had same call volume as most bigger agencies, most of you guys wouldnít last. As things change in the county, like politics, some of you probably wonít survive. Iím curious to see who is still here in ten years. 30 years is a long time. Itís only a matter of time when you get a liberal sheriff, like Hillsborough county, with a liberal staff. St. Pete PD is coming to an agency to you.
    TPD is ready to implode and SPPD is a fked up mess with too much liberalism. SPPD may respond to calls but they are neutered from doing anything about anything on those calls. Hump calls boys and girls but dare yo to do any policing. At least we do police work. Are you comparing that we are staffed good and dont actually run call to call to call to call just taking reports like the waitress at Hooter? OMG say it aint so we actually get to do come cop work. Oh and we not getting a liberal sheriff anytime soon, our Sheriff is there long as he wants.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Compared to most agencies, the PCSO handles a lot less calls than major agencies like St.Pete and Tampa. One shift at those agencies, you are taking 8-12 reports, no mirs. Those same agencies, a lot of recruits get weeded out of the FTO problem. Some just leave after 5 years or less. This job is a difficult job. Most people canít do this this job due to the stress, court and hours. If you are working here, consider yourself lucky. If you had same call volume as most bigger agencies, most of you guys wouldnít last. As things change in the county, like politics, some of you probably wonít survive. Iím curious to see who is still here in ten years. 30 years is a long time. Itís only a matter of time when you get a liberal sheriff, like Hillsborough county, with a liberal staff. St. Pete PD is coming to an agency to you.
    Ok. Here we go. What each Agency considers a ďreportĒ is vastly different as well. And some Agencies donít take reports on minor offenses unless they take someone to jail. No one doubts TPD is the busiest by volume. Probably followed by SPPD. But what they have in volume is also flattened out in the number of officers they have on the street. And
    Each of those cities has slow areas too. You donít see senior officers working around Rocky Point or 4th Street North because theyíre busy. Whether or not someone here would last elsewhere or vice verse is an unknown. And times always change everywhere. Thatís life. Letís see where you are in ten years.

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    Uh yeah you do see senior guys on 4 street north and in D2. A lot

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    The guys and gals of St. Pete and Tampa PD are humping every night. I hear guys here complain about being down three reports for the night. Three reports in st.pete is about 1.5 to 2 hours into the shift and more calls waiting.

    As this place not going liberal. Give it 10 years or less. Ask Hillsborough County if they thought their agency would never go liberal. Iíve see a lot of changes over 20 years here. As for police work, every year you get more and more handcuffed. With the climate of change, itís only to get more restricted. The sheriff is here for another four more years but he wonít be here for another 10, 20 or 30. Itís a matter of time till the agency really changes, like St.pete.

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    Yes so if you can get into another business now is the time

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