You can be a volunteer police officer since you are retired and have skills of a police officer. If you would like, you can talk to the MDPD (Miami-Dade Police Dept.) for more information. Good luck.
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No, they belong to the department. The handlers usually do purchase the dogs from the police department when they are retired though.
To be considered an ex-police officer means that at one time the person worked as a police officer. The person would be considered an ex-police after they were either laid off, quit, or retired.
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In general, yes, under federal law HR218, a retired officer can carry a gun in any U.S. state.ADDED: HR 218 requires that the retired officer re-qualify with his sidearm once per year to the standards of the agency fom which he he retired or that of his local law enforcement agency.
Lt. Jack Reed is a retired Cook County Sheriff.
Yes, a retired police office can come out of retirement and go back to work in the same field. Some police stations do have certain policies so one would need to check with the Captain of the office to seek further details.