Name: Jeremy Sterling
Date of Birth: 30/01/01
Note: You will require 2 references from Corporal+ for your application to be processed
Reference 1: George Matthews
Reference 2: Stalwart Night
How did you require these references? Previous experiences
Why would you like to join the Kamdan State Police? (100 words minimum): I wish to join the Kamdan State Police for many different reasons. The main reason is to keep the streets of Kamdan safe and protect the citizens of Kamdan. Kamdan is a dangerous place with too many criminals which need to be taken off the streets and I will be one of the officers to do that. One of the other main reasons I wish to become an officer is so that no more criminals kill the innocent and no more officers die due to the unneeded violence from them. I also want to become a police officer so that no one will need to buy illegal firearms just to protect themselves from criminals with higher firepower weapons and explosives. Most criminals on Kamdan lean towards the terrorist side and that needs to be stopped. My main goal if I become a police officer will be to get all the high powered weaponry off the streets and keep all the criminals in jail.
What are your previous experiences with being an LEO? (If any):
EZRP: OOHR Lieutenant
PsiSyn Lakeside: DOC Lieutenant
RRP: Assistant Chief
RRP Relaunch: OOHR Captain
What makes a good Officer in your opinion? (100 words minimum): A good police officer is one that can role play at superior levels compared to civilians. A good police officer is also one that can dedicate a good amount of time and passion towards the police department, while they remain composed and professional at all times. A good police officer is one that can consistently role play, interact, and patrol at a high level through out the days they patrol the streets of Metropolis. Whether they are a good or a bad police officer they should always remain calm and unbiased towards everyone, whether they are a civilian, a medic or a fellow officer.
Anything that you would like to add?: No