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  • what do you do when your officer is in retirement mode?

    I have just been switched to the one of the truck companies which are reletively slow, but how do i hack an officer who is in retirment mode and won't even leave the station to pick paper work at our central station?
    Training (drilling) is nonexistant....and so on.
    Now I have been on some busy companies so this will be a big change how do you all deal with 24 hours of down time?

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    Flame,

    I know what you mean. I too have an officer that is in retirement mode. He's a good officer but if there are no calls to be run nothing happens. We are a smaller department (2 stations), so the officers share a large part of the work-load. The officer in question isn't very helpful around the station. So the majority of the station work falls on us worker bees. I deal with it like this. I keep in mind that this individual has done this job for around 25 years. After doing anything for 25 years, and being 1 year away from retirement, anything would get old. It might happen to us as well. So stick in there and soon the shoe might be on our feet.

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