Interview CRIM

Interview CRIM - Stoker 1 Greg Stoker October 20, 2007...

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Stoker 1 Greg Stoker October 20, 2007 Crim101 Interview Questions I held an interview on October 10, 2007 with Howard County Police Officer Roch DeFrances. Officer DeFrances is a corporal detective for the Howard County Police. The address of his agency is 3410 Court House Drive Ellicott City, MD 21043. Officer Defrances has worked for the Howard County Police for 18 years. His job description includes serving arrest warrants for wanted criminals along with other basic policing duties. New recruits in the Howard County Police should have two years of college, and any military experience is valuable also. Mr. Defrances himself joined the army straight out of college, after which he applied for jobs with the FBI, the Maryland State Police, and the Howard County Police. The entry level salary for a Howard County Police Officer is $37,000. A typical day for Officer DeFrances starts at six in the morning, when he meets up with about five other officers for a morning briefing. They review files and decide what warrants they are going to serve. He became a police officer because he wanted a career that was exciting and rewarding. “The last thing I wanted was a standard nine to five behind a desk,” said Officer DeFrances.
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