August 8, 2019
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Dear PoliceOne Member,
Police officers develop a multitude of skills during their time working on patrol and specialized assignments that will serve them well long after they have retired from the force.
In this month’s P1 Careers eNewsletter we take a look at second career options for officers, from forensic photography to private business franchise ownership.
We also focus on how current officers can develop an opening statement for a police promotion oral interview to set them ahead of the crowd.
The PoliceOne Team
Consider a career in forensic photography
By Steve Paxton
A forensic photographer will photograph major crime scenes, traffic collisions and items of evidence as part of an investigation
From badge to business owner
By Jennifer August
Here are four considerations if you’re thinking about business ownership after retirement
How can you translate your LE skills to the private sector? 2 real-life examples
By Karen L. Bune
Two career cops are prime examples of how to make the move from serving the public to serving customers
100% Online Criminal Justice Degrees and Certificate Programs
The University of Cincinnati's widely respected School of Criminal Justice is 100% online, allowing students to learn in small class sizes from top practitioners in the field.
Roundtable: How to develop a winning opening statement
By PoliceOne Staff
Explain with confidence, but not bravado, that you are the candidate the agency is looking for
The toughest oral board questions and how to answer them
By PoliceOne Staff
In an interview setting, some answers are better than others
The MPD is Now Hiring. Multiple Officer Positions Available
The Metropolitan Police Department is seeking qualified candidates to serve as police officers in the nation’s capital. Upon application, you will be invited to an MPD Prospect Day to learn more.
Advance Your Career in Emergency Management
MACEM at FCC offers a flexible, innovative 2-year degree in Emergency Management, alongside multiple certifications and specializations, with coursework in face-to-face, hybrid, and online formats.
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