I don't know, but I live in that area and I have never seen an aux PO unless there was a street fair or fire.
I have a friend that was in it over there. Never really talked with him about it but he had the same idea as you. I'll gladly work your campaign, if I'm remembered for unrestricted carry when your elected 8)deathsythe said:So I have no job prospects atm, and am staying at my university to finish the 6 credits I need to finish my masters (as opposed to doing them at night/online while working). That puts me home for the next year (unfortunately based on the way they schedule courses).
I've been considering to volunteer for the auxiliary pd for the Franklin Square/Garden City South area to give back a littlebit, do something with my time, and put myself in a better position politically when I decide to run for County legislature etc...
Can anyone describe the process, what it entails, and if I would be able to do this in the manner I have outlined?
My friend was working as a lawyer for the county at the time. I can't imagine it will be all that bad. He did it while working full time and then some.deathsythe said:Heh, if I have any kind of pull on that sort of thing- believe me I remember my friends (aka all 5k of you guys here )
I'm fortunate to live in a very republican district, so now I basically need to wait and see when this muscarella's term is up (if they even have term limits) or figure out a way to field a campaign against him and hopefully get the party nom to get on the ticket. I have enough contacts throughout my time as a CR and friends who have worked for state level stuff etc...
I'll save the details of that for another thread though
I know the website says you need to devote up to 12 hours a month - which I really don't see being a problem. But I know the training is a bit much. Would I still be able to complete that while going to school - granted most classes are in the evening, so I can't imagine it would be an issue.