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03-22-2011, 05:56 PM
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You mean...you have the opportunity to see your presumably ex-teacher in some nudie pics?

WINNING!

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Unfortunately, she was working in the administration department.

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I was looking at a thread on the main board and found this gem:




Do people really still think like this or is this a Prairie province type of thinking? Does anybody here really think that a single thing written here is true? Or that the Czech Rep. is a third world country (as opposed to first world) in Eastern Europe (as opposed to Central)?
It's not a prairie thing. It's probably what you had to hear.

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03-23-2011, 10:09 PM
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Police Career question

I'm sorry if this doesn't belong on main board , I just need some answers and often other threads aren't always viewed by relevant people , please keep this up until I get at least some clarification.

Well to make a long story short I'm 24 , in my first year of computer hardware engineering , I'm really interested in working for SPVM (Montreal police) as a computer guy behind the scenes mostly , what should I do finish my 4 year diploma then apply from there or switch to a police oriented field. Any recommendation would be greatly appreciated there website is useless.

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03-23-2011, 10:50 PM
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I'm sorry if this doesn't belong on main board , I just need some answers and often other threads aren't always viewed by relevant people , please keep this up until I get at least some clarification.

Well to make a long story short I'm 24 , in my first year of computer hardware engineering , I'm really interested in working for SPVM (Montreal police) as a computer guy behind the scenes mostly , what should I do finish my 4 year diploma then apply from there or switch to a police oriented field. Any recommendation would be greatly appreciated there website is useless.
Hey, I live in Ottawa and was looking into the Ottawa Police and RCMP a little while ago. I ended up sitting down with some senior officers to discuss my options with what I have and what I would have to do. I would highly recommend doing this if you happen to know or be connected to any senior officers but if you showed up at a smaller precinct you may be able to arrange a meeting yourself. I didn't end up going towards law enforcement but I have a very good, clear idea of what I'd need to do in order to find work.

Whether you'll need more education or will be able to apply to the SPVM I have no answer for you. The best advice I can offer is keep your options open, apply for both. This is just to cover your basis, that way if you don't get a job you'll still be set up for school. If you end up getting accepted to your new program at school but get offered a position by SPVM you can always say no to one or another depending on which you'd like to pursue more.

Also, regarding school, consider switching from university to college. Police foundations (or the Quebec equivalent) will be a lot faster then another three or four year degree and I'm guessing your current degree address's the needs for the more specialized position you desire. Again, this may be a better question for someone with SPMV but it may save you time and money at the end of the day.

Lastly, what drew a lot of attention on my resume when I talked to the people I talked to was my community service. I've spent a few years working with children and youth as well as being involved in my community. I'm not sure how recreation programs in your community are run (independently, in a community centre, by the city, ect...) but if your trying to beef up your resume go out and get involved. Volunteering is definitely the easiest way to find this but if you're like me and can't afford to work for free there are lots of jobs in community service and recreation, just make sure that whatever you do your working with people.

Hope this helps! Good luck.

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03-23-2011, 10:59 PM
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I'd try RCMP or the army before SPVM. I don't know of any high tech comp guys working in the SPVM, but I could be wrong as I know very little.

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Well the RCMP is what I've been looking into lately I just want to have this all figured out by the summer I'm more of a goal oriented person and at this point my motivation is at an all time low due to not being sure where my educated is leading me. I really want to end up working in some sort of high end government position involving computing.

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I wondered this as well when I was younger. Didn't want to be a cop but a computer guy who helps track criminals down, pedophiles and people who are on the run, that type of thing.

RCMP is the way to do it, not sure what kind of degree you'd need post computers though, I'm sure you'd have to do a couple years in something else first possibly.

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03-24-2011, 07:45 AM
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As Hank said, sit down with some current officers. Most forces now have dedicated recruiters that do this type of thing.

The other thing I'd suggest is to talk to their current computer guys, you want to befriend them, ask them for advice on what you could do to get in there. Your much more likely to have success if they view you as breeding you and bringing you in to their gang as opposed to if they see you as knocking on their door and trying to steal their jobs.

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03-24-2011, 08:29 AM
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I'd try RCMP or the army before SPVM. I don't know of any high tech comp guys working in the SPVM, but I could be wrong as I know very little.
Well, there's also the SQ who have high tech comp guys.

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03-24-2011, 08:48 AM
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http://www.rcmp-grc.gc.ca/recruiting...pec-eng.htm#it

You are likely looking to be a civilian member of the RCMP. See the link above and it gives you the related jobs. You will not be a police officer and not have to pass Depot.

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Information technology division provides technical support, security, criminal behavior investigative analysis, research and development of explosives and technical investigation tools.

Civilian Members within this unit provide:

Crime scene forensic identification;
Programming and software analysts;
Fingerprint identification and criminal record repositions, and the National DNA Data Bank; and
Maintain telecommunication systems, applications and technologies.
You could also be a regular member, but in the case you have to go through the regular process to be an officer, pass depot, work as a police officer and apply on postings down the road to work in that field.

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To me that sounds more like being an IT person for an RCMP office rather than working with them really.

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To me that sounds more like being an IT person for an RCMP office rather than working with them really.
LOL i don't know many IT people in the private sector that do some of those things like crime scene forensic identification etc. When it says programming and software analysis it is again from a forensic point of view. In the end it comes down to wanting to be a peace officer, ie cop, or not. The members are cops the civilians are not and as such there are certain things they cannot do. But a civilian member gets to apply directly to that unit while coming in as an officer means doing depot and likely working in the field as an officer for a few years.


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you may work for cybercriminality

but how... dont know ^^

by curiosity. where are you studying your computer hardware engineering?
cause im finishing my 4th Software engineering at ETS

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Bengo - Play Bingo with Brunet's expressions

My first thread ever on this board so might as well go in with a bang.


Like most of you guys, I am kinda sad and disappointed about what happened last night in Boston. I thought I could cheer some of you guys up with this edition of Bingo called Bengo. Instead of numbers though, you have a whole lot of Brunet expressions.

http://bengo.ca/

Hopefully you guys print a card for the next game this Saturday.

Go Go.

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03-25-2011, 03:07 PM
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Unfortunately, she was working in the administration department.
Well, was she hot, or no ?

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03-25-2011, 03:08 PM
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My first thread ever on this board so might as well go in with a bang.


Like most of you guys, I am kinda sad and disappointed about what happened last night in Boston. I thought I could cheer some of you guys up with this edition of Bingo called Bengo. Instead of numbers though, you have a whole lot of Brunet expressions.

http://bengo.ca/

Hopefully you guys print a card for the next game this Saturday.

Go Go.
Pretty good but it's ''le jeune vebaire'' and not ''le jeune picard''.

''Un mini 2 contre 1'' made me lol!

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My first thread ever on this board so might as well go in with a bang.


Like most of you guys, I am kinda sad and disappointed about what happened last night in Boston. I thought I could cheer some of you guys up with this edition of Bingo called Bengo. Instead of numbers though, you have a whole lot of Brunet expressions.

http://bengo.ca/

Hopefully you guys print a card for the next game this Saturday.

Go Go.
Needs more Kosséssine

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My first thread ever on this board so might as well go in with a bang.


Like most of you guys, I am kinda sad and disappointed about what happened last night in Boston. I thought I could cheer some of you guys up with this edition of Bingo called Bengo. Instead of numbers though, you have a whole lot of Brunet expressions.

http://bengo.ca/

Hopefully you guys print a card for the next game this Saturday.

Go Go.
This is AMAZING.

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My first thread ever on this board so might as well go in with a bang.


Like most of you guys, I am kinda sad and disappointed about what happened last night in Boston. I thought I could cheer some of you guys up with this edition of Bingo called Bengo. Instead of numbers though, you have a whole lot of Brunet expressions.

http://bengo.ca/

Hopefully you guys print a card for the next game this Saturday.

Go Go.


Awesome, can't wait to play this to see how many times he actually uses these. Seems to me that he uses each of these at least once a game. Hilarious

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Pretty good but it's ''le jeune vebaire'' and not ''le jeune picard''.

''Un mini 2 contre 1'' made me lol!
Refresh the page, theres a whole lot of them and they appear randomly. Le jeune vebaire is there.

Glad I made you laugh guys lol.

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I say we play some Bengo tonight. I'm printing out my card.

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Is bengo.ca not working for anyone else?

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Well, was she hot, or no ?
Well, you know how most porn actresses are... everywhere fake.

(Can't post pictures since it's against the rule everywhere, not just on HF)

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