Yes , there are several. Each one is an above average officer. They have to be . There are many opportunities for deaf people willing to work hard to compensate and overcome obstacles. For those considering hiring a deaf person ... let them prove themselves and most will excel beyond your imagination.... Deputy Susie's Street Survival Programs
Yes there are three known deaf police officers in the United States. Two male officers and one female.Each one of us HAD to excel do work the road.
(HWK) Yes there is.
In Washington D.C. Who was Campus Police (Don't know if I can post real name without permissions but I'm Initialing it) D.P. from 1990 1998, D.B. from 1991 - 2004 , H.W.K. (Myself) who is Deaf Police Officer Since 1999 Plan to Retire in 30 years, M.L. 2000 - 2004, J.J. 2010 - 2012. (All Officer did not carry Guns however carried everything else)
In Alaska a Officer T.W. from 2003-2010 who died in the line of duty. (He Carried a Gun He was on Tactical Response )
In Texas 2009 Present K.B. of Emory Police Dept. (He also Carried a Gun)
There's also One that works with one of the CIA. Can't give his name, but I know him personally. (HWK)
Yes. Cops really are police officers.
The cast of Tarzan the Deaf - 2010 includes: Sarah Jane Coombe as Julia Shaun McKean as Police Officer
No, he is not really deaf.
he really wasn't a police officer he was a gay mailman
There is not really a checklist of things you need to become a police officer with or without college. You need to be able to show to any agency that you are the person they want as a police officer and you need to make yourself stand out from the crowd. There are a bunch of things you can do that will help - Volunteer with an agency is one way.
No. Not really, unless its like an exclamation like "I HATE POLICE OFFICERS!" then yea you would.
The possessive form of the noun police officer is police officer's.Example: The police officer's car blocked the escape of the suspect.
For the word Officer the abbreviation is "OFC." For Police Officer, the abbreviation is "P.O."
A police officer
corporal police officer is the first rank of the police department.