Name: Chris Wilson
Steam 64 ID: 76561198072943740
NOTE: References to get into the State Police is optional and are NOT required to get into the State Police.
Reference 1: Jackson Reed
How did you acquire these references?
We had a discussion after a situation which lead to us talking about my future application, upon mentioning it he said he'd be happy to refer me to the KSP force.
Why would you like to join the Kamdan State Police? (100 words minimum):
After spending a long time in varying levels of police, private military and paramedic positions I find myself missing that side of things. I feel like Anzus would be a great server to resume these duties on, coupled with the fact that I feel like the police force could be improved a little. I'd like to bring one more person to the force that has a great mixture of capability and roleplay, being a cop is also a great way to meet more people within the community and experience more of that Anzus has to offer. On other communities that I helped to staff I eventually found myself in the position of training newer officers and would like to grow into a position similar to that here, some day.
What are your previous experiences with being an LEO? (If any):
I have assumed most positions within police forces on other islands, ranging from patrol to supervisor. I was a team lead for the S.W.A.T. department which also included training my team on advanced tactics. For a while after this, I was eventually brought into the Private Military to perform contracts for any factor on the island which involved a great deal of professionality among the police and civilians.
What makes a good Officer in your opinion? (100 words minimum):
A good officer should be someone that can perfectly combine professionality with determined fairness, devotion and friendliness. Someone who can remain tough, abiding by the laws provided while also not being the consistent bad cop of every situation. The brotherhood should always be of high priority to you, they serve alongside you and many days of the week your lives will be in one anothers hands. However one should never devalue someone who isn't within the forces because at the end of the day, we are all people living our lives. Finally adding that cooperation goes a long way, working with people will always reduce the situation around you keeping people happier, safer and more cooperative in return.
Anything that you would like to add?:
I'm no perfect person, however I believe I have the personality, professionality and desire to bring a welcomed officer to the force. I'd also welcome a new version of roles I have fufilled before, as every experience is different.