How do to get ready for a fedaeral law enforcement training?

Jobs i am interested in are from DHS, like Air Marshals, DEA, Customs, etc. Should i write More KSA's then required, and should i bulk a portpholio? How hard is the phisical training? What about the Polygraph? I have not been charged or arrested before, but i have done bad things in the past. I soon will be graduatingwith a B.S. I am starting to get freaked out.

Asked By: mike c - 7/30/2006
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Each agency normally trains at Glynco GA at the Federal Law Enforcement Training Facility ( FLETC... More
Answered By: fr_chuck - 7/30/2006
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Go to USA and read about the requirements. You can do a Agency search....
Answered By: shinningstarofthecarribean - 7/30/2006
First off, you'll need to learn to write and spell correctly. Report writing and written communication is the backbone of law enforcement. If you cannot write and spell any better than you have in this question, you must be graduating with a degree in Bull $hit.
Answered By: rico3151 - 7/30/2006
Reading up on federal laws would not hurt you at all, I am not sure what a KSA is or what sort of bulk you will put into your protfolio, but if there is a local police agency you can talk to them about their jobs and ask how they might be similar or different from a federal job... More
Answered By: Walter J - 7/30/2006
I am sure the reason you want to join the so called law enforcement is because you really want to help people... More
Answered By: acts238 - 7/30/2006
Your BS degree is a good start. Go to and look at what those agencies have to say. Call you local feild officer for the fed job you are interested in and see if you can meet with one of those agents or a recuirter. And RUN RUN RUN!! Just about all of the fed jobs have a lot of PT at the acadamies.
Answered By: strongarmothelwas - 7/30/2006
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