everyone thinks its a life of roses if u get into the spf. wait till u start taking photos of suicide victims, carry highly decomposed dead bodies and get sh!t thrown at u.
As for TS,to be choosy is one thing.to be chosen is another thing unless you are related to the Family else is all day dream talks.
The organisation is not all that you see. You more likely will be given more paper work than norm. To investigate a crime when you only stay 2 years with no experience?the regulars won't give a hoot abt you.
Is only NS,don't take it too seriously man.i can only say if you are in leadership role,there will be some benefit to character moulding.
i think TS wants to be in SOC, Special ops command . their training is similiar or should i say very close to army standards .
it's good you have the passion, but like all army and police regulars will say " How long will the passion burn when you face the reality of life in the force ? "
next, what qualifications do you have ? not to ruin your party, have you thought of what you gonna do when you retire ? after your 5yrs or 10yrs contract ?
i have a cousin who signed on 5yrs with poly dip , and the top student being unable to find jobs after his 5yrs sign on. you wanna continue with the force after that bond ? they''ll have to screen you again..
what's your fitness capabilities ?
many do agree you sign on you'll get "golden rice bowl" but lets not forget, being a police officer, you know the law, you break the law , we commoners only get normal punishments but POs get double what we get. I too have wanted to sign on but after friends and family members who signed on told me the realities of police life, makes me think twice. same goes to army life.
if you really do want to sign on, plan your life properly and in longer term. dont think just 5yrs from now but 30yrs from now. what do i wanna achieve in the next 5yrs, 10yrs 15yrs 20yrs etc . what happens if this XXX plan doesnt happen , what should i do next etc
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After my A level,i applied for police(regular) as i hate the army...sent my application in oct...got called for interview/checkup in nov or dec...& started training in jan...
training for a regular will take longer than the NSmen...mine till aug...got posted to clementi stn...after 5 years of service,i resign...
for me...i chose police over army coz police taught me what to expect in daily life...which the army wont...unless theres war lah...i learnt to lookout for crime,make arrest...summons...etc...i've enjoyed my 5 years of service...i've done my reservist and ord liao...
what i also learn is...those regulars look down on vsc & reservist...as i was one...
i respect those who wants to join the vsc...i dont want to comment on why they want to...thats up to individual...
but i disaggree to comment on malays get better chance to join police...i know many non-malays in the force...
police is a fun career though...
i got my class 3 from police driving sch...it taught me how to drive skilfully & defensively...
i resign becoz i have better offer from my current employer...& also becoz...i feel restricted as a police officer...i have to report my whereabout...good luck & all the best for those policemen out there...i appreciate what they've done for our country internal security...
soniboy, smart ppl sit in the cubicle and shout command! only dump ppl run ard the field or carry that stupid pistol ard. at the end of the day, it's those smart ass who claim the credit (normally by writing a report using keyboard and not by bullet and pistol)
serve and forgot dude!
What it teaches you in the army, cant apply in daily life.
Well, maybe unarmed combat only lor.
Age : 18-??
So before 18 years old can be police meh?
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