Commissioned or Non-commissioned
|falco0 1 post||
It probably means that the “commissioned” officer would be an academy graduate, probably referred to as a lateral. Non-commissioned would probably refer to those hired at entry level or non-academy and would have to attend an academy after being hired.
|Squeeze 70 posts||
I’m not sure if it is the same as Mn. but sometimes (depending on state law) when someone surrenders to the jail an arrest has to be performed by a commissioned officer to admit that person into custody. Say as an illustration: A person discovers they have a warrant, they go to the local jail and surrender to the jail staff, some commissioned officer has to effect an arrest to take them into custody.
|kboud001 1 post||
I was looking at a job announcement for the local Sheriffs office here in Louisiana and they were announcing positions for “commissioned” and “non-commissioned” corrections deputy. Whats the difference? I’m looking into it and want more info. Does the commissioned deputy have full powers on/off duty?
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