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Old 08-15-2017, 7:48 AM
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I'll start. LASD academy, Class 278, 02/1992. I was not a tan and green, I was a PA.

We all came to fear the "corner office", because you just never knew. Once during a lecture, the back of the classroom had so many recruits standing, there was no more room. The lecturer politely suggested a "coffee break" to everyone's relief. That office with the one way glass gave more than one of us nightmares.
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Ventura County Police and Sheriff Academy. Class 80-2. Graduated October 1980. Ventura County Deputy Sheriff.
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Last year on Black Friday we were pinned down in the food court by mobs of overcaffeinated whirling dervish-like soccer moms who went full beast mode as one doorbuster deal after another went dry. Preparing a last ditch defense while human waves of shoppers advanced on our position to the sounds of light Muzak was surreal and terrifying. My back up requests were denied and we were ordered to hold our position at all costs. Seeing the fear in the eyes of my fellow mallcops, I feared they would waver and collapse into retreat. Mounting a nearby pop art display, I disregarded personal safety and motivated my men with my second in command next to me.

Earthquake!
No Captain.....Shopper formations......

"HOLD THE LINE BOYS!!"

"This is where we FIGHT!!"
This is where they D... Err Return to their minivans and LEAVE!!
"Remember this day, for it will be yours for all of the remaining holiday season!!"

5 minutes later, it was over. We had seen the elephant in Yoga pants, and it had been defeated. We let out a battle cry.... Huzzah...Huzzah....Huzzah. We feasted a warrior's feast that day... Orange Julius, Hot Dog on a Stick, the works.

And so it was for us, we merry band of brothers in retail arms.
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Last year on Black Friday we were pinned down in the food court by mobs of overcaffeinated whirling dervish-like soccer moms who went full beast mode as one doorbuster deal after another went dry. Preparing a last ditch defense while human waves of shoppers advanced on our position to the sounds of light Muzak was surreal and terrifying. My back up requests were denied and we were ordered to hold our position at all costs. Seeing the fear in the eyes of my fellow mallcops, I feared they would waver and collapse into retreat. Mounting a nearby pop art display, I disregarded personal safety and motivated my men with my second in command next to me.

Earthquake!
No Captain.....Shopper formations......

"HOLD THE LINE BOYS!!"

"This is where we FIGHT!!"
This is where they D... Err Return to their minivans and LEAVE!!
"Remember this day, for it will be yours for all of the remaining holiday season!!"

5 minutes later, it was over. We had seen the elephant in Yoga pants, and it had been defeated. We let out a battle cry.... Huzzah...Huzzah....Huzzah. We feasted a warrior's feast that day... Orange Julius, Hot Dog on a Stick, the works.

And so it was for us, we merry band of brothers in retail arms.
Inspiring.
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Last year on Black Friday we were pinned down in the food court by mobs of overcaffeinated whirling dervish-like soccer moms who went full beast mode as one doorbuster deal after another went dry. Preparing a last ditch defense while human waves of shoppers advanced on our position to the sounds of light Muzak was surreal and terrifying. My back up requests were denied and we were ordered to hold our position at all costs. Seeing the fear in the eyes of my fellow mallcops, I feared they would waver and collapse into retreat. Mounting a nearby pop art display, I disregarded personal safety and motivated my men with my second in command next to me.

Earthquake!
No Captain.....Shopper formations......

"HOLD THE LINE BOYS!!"

"This is where we FIGHT!!"
This is where they D... Err Return to their minivans and LEAVE!!
"Remember this day, for it will be yours for all of the remaining holiday season!!"

5 minutes later, it was over. We had seen the elephant in Yoga pants, and it had been defeated. We let out a battle cry.... Huzzah...Huzzah....Huzzah. We feasted a warrior's feast that day... Orange Julius, Hot Dog on a Stick, the works.

And so it was for us, we merry band of brothers in retail arms.
Brought me to tears. Where can I sign up, I need this!
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Damn cops......we just can't take anything seriously! Outstanding story by the way.

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LASD Class 190, August 4, 1978 to December 1, 1978.

Class was 100% LASD, no outside agencies. 89 deputies graduated. Two are still working. One is a current Assistant Sheriff and the other is a K9 Handler who had to get special authorization and medical clearance to avoid the mandatory age 60 retirement. Commanders and above just need permission from the Sheriff.

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LASD Class 190, August 4, 1978 to December 1, 1978.

Class was 100% LASD, no outside agencies. 89 deputies graduated. Two are still working. One is a current Assistant Sheriff and the other is a K9 Handler who had to get special authorization and medical clearance to avoid the mandatory age 60 retirement. Commanders and above just need permission from the Sheriff.

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Why anyone "wants" to work past 55 (unless one started late in life) is just beyond me.
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regional criminal justice training center at modesto on blue gum road: september 1973

may be one of the first regional academies in california?
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regional criminal justice training center at modesto on blue gum road: september 1973

may be one of the first regional academies in california?
Modesto 1976
Last class of the summer. We had agencies as far north as Sonora
PD, as far west as BART, as east as South Lake Tahoe, and as far south as Calxico.
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Why anyone "wants" to work past 55 (unless one started late in life) is just beyond me.
QFT!!!!

Perhaps a part time job at a gun counter for pocket money and amusement, but by 55 my lawman spurs will be hung up for good.
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OCSD class #45 1-31-80

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LASD Class# 162 in 1973. My DI was Dep Gary Rovarino. I was outside agency.
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LASD Class 190, August 4, 1978 to December 1, 1978.

Class was 100% LASD, no outside agencies. 89 deputies graduated. Two are still working. One is a current Assistant Sheriff and the other is a K9 Handler who had to get special authorization and medical clearance to avoid the mandatory age 60 retirement. Commanders and above just need permission from the Sheriff.

Sergeant: November, 1990
Lieutenant: March, 2011
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I was in the class right behind Ron, although I was not a Deputy.

LASD Class 191 started 9-11-1978. I think our graduation date was January 5th 1979.

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Why anyone "wants" to work past 55 (unless one started late in life) is just beyond me.
Some of us lucky few were able to go at age 50..... I can't imagine working past retirement age.. The risk of getting injured go up dramatically every year after 50...
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Rio hondo police academy class #182 may 2007
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Why anyone "wants" to work past 55 (unless one started late in life) is just beyond me.
Well, one of my partners has 38 years on. He started the year I was born and is doing two more years.

Background: First wife took most of his retirement.
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Why anyone "wants" to work past 55 (unless one started late in life) is just beyond me.
Because the new PERS Safety is 2.7@57.

I do agree with you, should be gone at 50 and loving retirement.
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I do agree with you, should be gone at 50 and loving retirement.
I did and am:-)
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QFT!!!!

Perhaps a part time job at a gun counter for pocket money and amusement, but by 55 my lawman spurs will be hung up for good.
Sooooo, if offered the position of Asst. or UnderSheriff at age 55 you'll refuse and retire.
Ya gotta accept that for at least a year for pension if an "A" or 3 if a "B" I would think.

LASD Class #180, summer of 1976. The class after us was lucky enough to wear long sleeves. This academy was at BC in the trailer with window a/c, not the former high school with central air the OP talks about. The a/c, with one exception, would mysteriously stop working after lunch during 95+ temps. The exception.....the a/c machines in the back where the D.I.s sat. They never stopped and the air was always ice cold. Funny how that worked. They did always tell us that maintenance was going to look at it. I think maintenance may have glanced at the a/c units as they walked by the trailer, but that was the extent of it.

Ron knows what I'm referring to for at least part of academy since he began in August. I usually referred to mine as the "man's" academy when speaking with newer male deputies just to pull their chain. It always got a rise out of them.

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CHP CTC III-90... I know we graduated before the holidays, sometime in the Fall... that was a long time ago, I forget.
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LASD Class #180, summer of 1976. The class after us was lucky enough to wear long sleeves. This academy was at BC in the trailer with window a/c, not the former high school with central air the OP talks about. The a/c, with one exception, would mysteriously stop working after lunch during 95+ temps. The exception.....the a/c machines in the back where the D.I.s sat. They never stopped and the air was always ice cold. Funny how that worked. They did always tell us that maintenance was going to look at it. I think maintenance may have glanced at the a/c units as they walked by the trailer, but that was the extent of it.

Rio Hondo Police Academy Class 28 (the last on the hill), May 1974. At a old abandoned Nike Missile base about a mile up the hill from the college. NO A/C, killed rattlesnakes 2-3 times a week. So hot they never had summer classes.
Class 29 moved into a nice new plush academy down the hill with A/C, no cardiac hill to run. Got to wear tennis shoes to keep from wearing down the new carpeting. No spit shinning shoes every night. Actually got paid overtime to do homework, gig papers, and night training.
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LASD Class 261 05/22/1990

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You retired the year I left custody and went out to patrol training!!! I'm retiring in 3 years.

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Is there a good story behind that? Did you get to leave with LT pay?
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LASD Class# 162 in 1973. My DI was Dep Gary Rovarino. I was outside agency.
Outside agency as well. Only we had to stay the entire 26 weeks. Graduated Feb 1974 LASD Class 164.

Rovarino used me once for a demo, showing class how to choke someone out. Guess what, he couldn't do it and he was embarrassed. But then again, I didn't tell him I was proficient in martial arts and knew what I was doing. Once he found out, he never called me out again -lol.

Still working, put me out to pasture. In charge of financial crimes/fraud unit involving Section 8. 2 more years and calling it done. There will still be enough cases left to last a 100yrs. But then again, that's the type of community we have.

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Sgt. Ornelas
Deputy Michel
Deputy Sanford
Deputy Nunez
Deputy Mack
Officer Bach
Officer Glendale PD

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Sgt Tanikawa (I think)
Ramrod: Dep. Emerton (Later at Drivers training)
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