My apologies to everyone who follows the blog regularly, April was a very busy month for me both at work and at home. I thought I’d compile a post with the highlights from the month.
We’ve got a recruit assigned to our platoon and we’ve had a good month for her to get some great experience before she heads back to the Academy. She took on a few of the impaired driver investigations that I had. I also got reports and evidence back from a large on going file that I’ve had for the past few months.
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This block I was on holidays, yet I managed to work 5 days instead of the usual 4!
As part of our annual qualification we’re required to take a minimum number of training days. I love training days, they’re a great way to practice a set of skills and learn some new ones. We have training topics available to us that range from tactical scenario days to mental health lectures and legal updates. Our training staff are great, they take their jobs very seriously and have a passion for pushing information to us and making us better police officers. My intention isn’t to use this blog to discuss our tactics or training but to give you a glimpse of the additional and ongoing training that we have available to us.
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