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(Patch)   The CHiPs are down: California Highway Patrol announces job openings for the first time in 3 years   ( divider line
    More: Cool, chips, California, job opening, California Highway, background investigation, EBT  
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2013-01-05 02:33:57 PM  
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WhoopAssWayne: There are so many levels of redundant cops in this country it's ridiculous. If you cut government jobs by half across the board, no one would know the difference. Military, police, the bureaucracy, etc. Lots of easy cuts to make before cutting into anything actually useful to society (regulators, inspectors, R&D, etc.)

Yeah, everytime I see 3 cops lined up in a speed trap, I think, "Oh, good, all the rapes, murders, arsons, and rapes have been stopped! The city must be crime free if they're dedicating 3-6 cops to catch people going 6 over the limit."
2013-01-05 02:19:21 PM  
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I'm willing to bet they will get a ton of lateral transfers from other departments who have layoff San Jose for starters.
2013-01-05 01:06:49 PM  
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FirstNationalBastard: I assume they need a Latino heartthrob and a nondescript blonde white guy to partner with him.

That might be what they want, but they will end up with 250 lbs fat guys stuffed into their uniforms that are out of breath by the time they walk up to your car to ask for license and registration.
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