A blonde walks into the police department looking for a job. The officer asks her some questions:
Officer: What's 2 + 2?
Blonde: Ummm... 4!
Officer: What's the square root of 100?
Blonde: Ummm... 10!
Officer: Good! Now, who killed Abraham Lincoln?
Blonde: Ummm... I dunno.
Officer: Well, you can go home and think about it. Come back tomorrow.
The blonde goes home and calls up one of her friends, who asks her if she got the job.
The blonde replies excitedly, "Not only did I get the job, I'm already working on a murder case!"
- Anonymous1 decade agoFavorite Answer
- DorisLv 44 years ago
It depends on what you want out of your career... Also what is your Sheriff's Department responsible for and what is your local Police Department responsible for? In some areas the Sheriff's Department has a list of duties which can include operating a correctional facility, transporting inmates, court security/baliff duties, civil process service, tax collection, operating the county coroner, operating the 911 center, transporting juveniles, mental hygeine commitments and transports, and crime prevention programs ON TOP OF THE REGULAR PATROL DUTIES-----also in many areas the sheriff's department genarally will focus their patrols in the unincorperated areas of the county and leave the cities to the municipal police and in others they do both. Some people go work for the sheriff's department and when they get "stuck" with all these other non traditional police duties and they when they get to patrol they are looking at cows and barns...they get frustrated. So just keep this in mind, this may not be the case in your area. Now as far as police departments they will mainly stick to patrol duties and what we can consider "traditional" law enforcement. So if your picture of you in law enforcement is you on patrol and doing investigative work ONLY you may want to look at the police department. However if you want that but won't mind if you sometimes get stuck with other duties then you can also want to look at the sheriff's department. You also have to look at benefits and pay because like someone else said you will have to eventually support a family and would probably want the agency with the better benfits. Bottom line do your research on beneifts, and pay. Find out what each agency is responsible for and do a ride along with each then decide.
- WonderstarLv 61 decade ago
Lol I loved that it sssooo very funny,here have a star,hope you get this one cause I don't know what's going on with Y/A lately do you?xxx
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- minty359Lv 61 decade ago
nice 1 lol
- Anonymous1 decade ago
That was really funny. Have a star
- j.pee69Lv 61 decade ago
- Luck dragonLv 71 decade ago
ha ha ha funny
thanks for a laugh
- 1 decade ago
pick me off the floor. quality
- 1 decade ago