Law Enforcement and Security

Many veterans enter the workforce with specific skills and advantages that make them uniquely qualified for Law Enforcement and Security. Use these resources to learn more.

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Elevated by Education: How one soldier’s journey took him all the way from Army Reserve specialist to becoming a commissioned officer

How one soldier’s journey took him all the way from Army Reserve Specialist to becoming a commissioned officer

Search & Employ®, Law Enforcement and Security

From Recruited To Recruiter

September 11 was the impetus for Calvin Grier to serve his country as part of the United States Marine Corps. “I was not prepared to do anything after high school,” he explained, “but then 9/11 happened, and I felt it was my duty to join at that point. I went off to boot camp on September 17,...

Search & Employ®, Law Enforcement and Security, September-October 2015

A Small City Police Department: Structure And Operations

WHEAT RIDGE POLICE DEPARTMENT

To help veteran job seekers evaluate opportunities in law enforcement, I interviewed two members of the police department of Wheat Ridge, Colorado, a western suburb of Denver. I spoke with Nena Rose, the human resources business partner, and Jamie Watson, a patrol...

Search & Employ®, Law Enforcement and Security, November-December 2015

From The Navy To The MSC

Headquartered in Norfolk, the United States Navy’s Military Sealift Command (MSC) provides ocean transportation to the Department of Defense. MSC operates about 110 non-combatant, civilian-crewed ships that conduct specialized missions around the world, move military cargo and supplies, and...

Search & Employ®, Law Enforcement and Security, November-December 2015