Careers for patriotic types and others who want to serve by Jan Goldberg
By Jan Goldberg
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He also holds several certifications in firearms as a master instructor through the Indiana Law Enforcement Training Board. He has served as a police officer and training officer/director at Indiana State Academy and presently is professor of law enforcement and chairperson of the law enforcement department at Vincennes University. "First and foremost, I was drawn to this career because I enjoyed working with people," Frazier says. "I have always had an ability to keep people motivated and interested, so I feel that I am effective working in the relationship of trainer/teacher to police officer.
SWAT team members are on call twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week. Each team member carries a pager, and, if a situation occurs and the team is called out, members are notified by the dispatch center, which puts out a message via our pagers. "The SWAT service has nothing to do with working our regular shifts as police professionals in our regular assignments. If a situation comes up during a shift, I immediately grab my gear and head to the SWAT destination. If they need to replace me, they will send someone to take my regular assignment.
One important decision we must always make is whether or not to neutralize the devices right on the spot or move them somewhere else. You have to evaluate the potential risks involved either or both ways. We do have transporters that help us to move devices; still, you're taking the chance of shaking or disturbing them in trying to move them to a safer place. "They say dogs are a man's best friend, and that's true for explosives handlers for sure, especially the explosives dogs that are trained to pick up on the scent of even the smallest bit of nitrates.