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  • Join the San Diego County Sheriff’s Department | Career Preparation - Avoid Risky Behavior
    Sheriff s Department Schedule Law Enforcement Academy classes are typically held Monday through Friday 0700 to 1530 Classes may require some nights and weekends Academy Location The San Diego Regional Law Enforcement Academy is located at the San Diego Regional Public Safety Training Institute SDRPSTI on the campus of Miramar College Salary As a Law Enforcement Academy Cadet you will receive the starting salary in effect at that time You will also receive benefits Housing The Law Enforcement Academy is not a live in academy and therefore housing is not provided Curriculum Students attend classroom lectures and participate in technical skills training including Professionalism Ethics Criminal Justice System Policing in the Community Victimology Crisis Intervention Criminal Law Property Crimes Crimes Against Persons Crimes Against Children Sex Crimes Juvenile Law Procedure Controlled Substances Alcohol Laws Laws of Arrest Search Seizure Evidence Report Writing Vehicle Operations Use of Force Patrol Techniques Crimes in Progress Crowd Control Domestic Violence Missing Persons Crime Scenes Forensics Traffic Enforcement Collision Investigation Custody Lifetime Fitness Arrest Methods Defensive Tactics First Aid CPR Firearms Chemical Agents Information Systems People with Disabilities Gang Awareness Hazardous Materials Cultural Diversity Emergency Management Click here to view a sample curriculum and schedule

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  • Join the San Diego County Sheriff’s Department | Detentions/Courts Academy
    Detentions Court Services Academy As a Deputy Sheriff Detentions Courts Cadet you will attend a 16 week training program with the department s Detentions Courts Academy This academy is recognized for offering the most demanding comprehensive and extensive Corrections Officer core training in the State of California Academy Location The Detentions Courts Academy is held at the Miramar Regional Training Facility at Miramar College Salary Detentions Courts Academy Cadets receive the starting salary in effect at the time of hire You will also receive benefits Housing The Detentions Courts Academy is not a live in academy and therefore housing is not provided Curriculum The curriculum covers all required Board of Corrections subjects in addition to the following training Criminal Law Shotgun Chemical Agents Baton Riot Control Cell Extraction Firefighting First Aid CPR Civil Liability Cultural Awareness Vehicle Operations 832 PC Laws of Arrest and Firearms Click here to view a sample curriculum and schedule We Are Hiring Applications will be accepted from 12 00 a m on May 2 Monday through 11 59 p m on May 5 Thursday Learn How to Apply Quick Links Deputy Sheriff Law Enforcement Information Apply Deputy Sheriff Detentions Courts Information Apply Deputy Sheriff Lateral

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  • Join the San Diego County Sheriff’s Department | Opportunities for Veterans
    my career was the time I spent training new Detentions Deputies With the help of some of the best Training Officers we trained over 500 new Detentions Deputy Sheriffs Currently I am the Career Path Sergeant for the Detentions and Court Services Bureau I thoroughly enjoy working at the Sheriff s Headquarters Building as the Career Path Sergeant and being the department s resource for Detention Court Service personnel information So far I have been awarded two Letters of Exemplary Performance and a Meritorious Unit Commendation My current career goal is to promote to Detentions Lieutenant My military career helped prepare me for my career on the San Diego Sheriff s Department On August 22 1979 I joined the Marines and went to recruit training at MCRD San Diego My first duty station was at the Marine Corps Air Station at El Toro California I had an awesome career with over 21 years in the Marine Corps and I truly loved every minute of it A few highlights of my Marine Corps career include Barracks Duty Recruiting Duty and Drill Instructor Duty During the cold war I spent three years at Marine Barracks Bangor Washington providing security during loading and unloading of nuclear warheads on Trident Submarines I spent three years on Recruiting Duty at Pasadena California where I enlisted 101 new Marines I spent three years as a Drill Instructor at MCRD San Diego where I trained two platoons taught every subject from history to first aid to weapons My proudest moment was helping design the Crucible a three day training evolution which is still being taught in Marine Corps Recruit Training on both coasts How does the training in the academy compare to basic training The Sheriff s Department training academy is Paramilitary You are taught on day one that every time you respond to a staff member it will be a Sir or Ma am sandwich meaning the first and last word of any phrase starts and ends with is Sir or Ma am Military basic training is very similar however you can go home at the end of the day as a Sheriff Cadet Like recruit basic training the Sheriff s Academy is mental and physical and you are expected to perform at 100 effort every day The Detentions Academy was the best training I ever experienced and the weapons training was the most extensive I believe it was better than what I received in the military A positive mental attitude will get you through the academy you just need to arrive early every day and be ready to train What was the biggest adjustment in transitioning from military to law enforcement Believe it or not the biggest transitioning adjustment was realizing you get paid a fair wage for what you do as a deputy However unlike the military you actually get paid if you work overtime In the Military you worked until the job was finished there was no overtime you got paid the same

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  • Join the San Diego County Sheriff’s Department | Opportunities for Veterans
    as Training Officer After about six months as a Training Officer I was selected as the Station Training Coordinator I remained in that billet until I was selected to work in Personnel as a Recruiter I worked as a recruiter for approximately nine months prior to working my current billet as a Background Investigator How does the training in the academy compare to basic training I attended Marine Corps Basic Training for 13 weeks San Diego County Sheriff s Detentions Academy for 15 weeks and the San Diego Regional Law Enforcement Academy for 26 weeks Although similar I found law enforcement and military training vary is several aspects In the military service members are trained for combat in defense of our nation In law enforcement peace officers are trained to serve and protect the community One of the more notable differences is the fact basic training is a live in training environment In the academy training does not typically involve nights or weekends Basic training and the academy are physically mentally and emotionally challenging One must rely on their partners to fully realize their individual potential The camaraderie developed during both training venues is undeniable What was the biggest adjustment in transitioning from military to law enforcement The biggest adjustment for me was communication and humility I became accustomed to giving orders I communicated with Marines in a certain way in an effort to accomplish the mission I had little regard for how the message was perceived so long as the task at hand was accomplished I had to re learn the art of communication in order to effectively communicate with individuals without military experience Humility became my focus early on in my career I felt a sense of entitlement for everything I accomplished in the Marine Corps I did not take well to being screamed at by individuals who never served in my beloved corps I later learned deputies with prior service law enforcement were beloved on the department however they were still expected to remain humble and work their way through the ranks Will my training experience in the military be taken into consideration A service member s training experience may potentially make them more competitive during the background process The department realizes the core values members of our armed forces possess They understand the commitment one makes when electing to serve their country Certain specialized positions such as SWAT and ASTREA rely heavily on service members with tactical and or pilot experience There are several other specialized positions that a deputy can apply for after two years of experience where military training may come into play Do you have any advice for service members considering a career in law enforcement Start early start early start early I cannot stress the importance of beginning the application process approximately six months out from EAS The early start is to avoid any employment gaps Many service members express their desire for a break after service Every month that passes by

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  • Join the San Diego County Sheriff’s Department | Opportunities for Veterans
    Recruit Depot where I finished my obligation I wanted to pursue a paramilitary based career that offered a consistent schedule On August 09 1991 I graduated from the 11th Corrections Academy and began my career as a detentions deputy at the Las Colinas Detention Facility While assigned at Las Colinas I became a training officer and the facility training coordinator I then transferred to the Central Detention Facility and became a classification deputy On June 05 1998 I was promoted to Detentions Sergeant and worked at the following facilities GBDF LCDF and SDCJ I was assigned as a classification sergeant at SDCJ an administrative sergeant at LCDF and EMDF and as a watch commander at SBDF and EMDF now EMRF Currently I am assigned to Internal Affairs How does the training in the academy compare to basic training The SDSD academy is comparable to boot camp in that the emphasis is about the team As it is said you are as strong as your weakest link As a para military organization the academy is comprised of physical training and academic instruction to prepare you for your new career What was the biggest adjustment in transitioning from military to law enforcement The transition from the Marine Corps to the San Diego Sheriff s Department was not difficult The hiring process took about eight months so it is important to consider the time constraints upon ending your military obligation Will my training experience in the military be taken into consideration Choosing a career in detentions court services or law enforcement is a unique career that will challenge former military personnel The San Diego Sheriff s Department is a professional and paramilitary organization that offers unique career opportunities Therefore your experience gained from your military service will surely prove beneficial in many capacities

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  • Join the San Diego County Sheriff’s Department | Opportunities for Veterans
    was gone which is an important factor as to why I have continued my time with the military I received care packages while overseas and upon my return back to work the transition was smooth and I was given the time I needed to get back into the rhythm of patrol How does the training in the academy compare to basic training I attended Palomar Police Academy while I was still on active duty so the transition for me was not hard at all Law enforcement is based on a quasi military style the organization uniforms and rank designations were not hard to distinguish because of the military experience I already had Due to the experience of basic military training and advanced training we attend throughout our military career academy training was nothing of a surprise I would say I was in decent shape during the academy and running with a utility belt and jumping over fences was something new I experienced but fun and exciting Being in good physical condition is important before the start of the academy because it helps to maintain a better focus on the academic portion of the academy What was the biggest adjustment in transitioning from military to law enforcement The biggest adjustment for me from military to law enforcement was probably realizing the responsibilities I carry from day to day In the military for the most part we are directed by our senior staff or we direct junior personnel on a daily basis We each have a routine and follow through until we are told different Our duties in the Sheriff s Department whether we are assigned to patrol court services or detention services all hold a high standard of responsibilities and code of ethics on and off duty In the eyes of the public we are held to a higher standard at all times and expected to act as such We abide by and stand proud of our Core Values in the department as likewise of our Core Values in the military Will my training experience in the military be taken into consideration Speaking for myself I believe my experience in the military placed me above some other applicants without a military background because of my knowledge of how an organizational structure works and life experience It is expected that those who have been in the military should have an easier transition going into the academy because of a disciplined mind set Do you have any advice for service members considering a career in law enforcement My advice for anyone considering a career in law enforcement is Do it Of course you must have the want and desire to continue serving the public after your commitment in the military but if it s still in your heart to continue to serve you will not regret making the decision to become part of another family If you commit to the hiring process and take the time to fill out all the required paper

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  • Join the San Diego County Sheriff’s Department | Women in Law Enforcement
    happened and everything fell into place What struggles did you have to face during your career with the Sheriff s Department You know I saw this question and I don t think I had any struggles I think I had some challenges Challenge is probably a better word Going to an academy was challenging but it s what you do with those challenges and how you grow from it The academy is very much focused It s focused academically and very focused physically and it was a challenge to balance that Physically it was tough but it made me want to do it more I knew that I was weaker in my upper body and so I thought what could I do to mitigate that I started doing push ups and I was doing push ups 24 hour s a day it seemed like and I would get up in the morning and do push ups In the afternoon I would do more push ups and it made me stronger and there was pride in that In the academy there would be testing and the first part of that I would do about 10 and the second time I would do 20 Then I ended up breaking the record and did 60 I did 60 and I loved that challenge It was very challenging The running was hard I wasn t the fastest Short distance wasn t that bad but the long distance was difficult On my time off on the weekend I trained but I have to say that it made me better because it was what I did with those challenges that made me successful Then they used me for a recruit poster after graduation What concerns did your family and friends have with you becoming a Deputy Sheriff and did their concerns change after successful completion of your training My family was very supportive and my friends were too but it is different I wasn t the first in my family to go into a field like this and to be quite honest I don t have family that has followed me I think folks were excited because it is an exciting career and there are a lot of very exciting stories People are enamored by the stories you might have but I don t think there were really any concerns I think a lot of my female friends from college and stuff a lot of their concerns were What if you get into a fight How would you handle yourself if a big guy tells you no and you have to put handcuffs on him Before I even went onto Law Enforcement you tend to think about that but then you realize when you are in the academy that they are training me really well I don t have to be the big brawn guy I don t have to be him to be successful and I m going to use my verbal skills I m

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  • Join the San Diego County Sheriff’s Department | Women in Law Enforcement
    and goes Desiree are you sure they can do this to you guys I just laughed and told her it was ok and it was part of our training After graduating my family had a new found respect for what I went through and during the ceremony they were able to see some of the things we did in the academy To this day I don t think my mom really understands what I do on a daily basis but she says she is proud of my accomplishments and is very supportive regarding my career choice If you had the opportunity to change anything within your career what would it be and why I would have to say that I have truly been blessed with everything throughout my career and wouldn t change a thing All of the struggles and battles I have encountered have helped me grow stronger and have molded me into the deputy that I am today What are your views on why more women are not choosing a career in Law Enforcement I think women are afraid because law enforcement is such a male dominated field to get into When my partners all male and I go out to events and talk to people I watch the females gravitate towards me and they always seem to ask the same questions How hard is the academy How is it working with all boys Are there a lot of women in the department Are women really respected as much as the men are Is it really dangerous working the jails These are all questions that I hear pretty frequently Once I spend the time and talk to these females they tend to feel a little more at ease with applying I believe television and movies have a big part on why society thinks the way they do regarding law enforcement Once you get out of the T V and movie facade there s such a great opportunity that lies into a career with the Sheriff s Department for both men and women How did you balance the scale between family life and shift work Balancing family life and shift work hasn t been that difficult for me I actually miss having my 5 days off schedule It was like having a mini vacation every time I went on my 5 days off Before my Tuesday Friday schedule I used to spend Thanksgiving on the weekend I had off because the schedule I was on required me to work every Thursday My family didn t mind and they definitely didn t mind when we spent Christmas early I think the hardest thing I had to adjust to would be working on night shift When I had my first deployment of working night shift I had a hard time adjusting back to normal hours on my days off I found out the easiest thing for me to do was to just stay on my night shift routine on my days

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