The Lad bible is a Bible of the law, and there are many ways to get a job with the Tennessee Highway Patrol.
Some of these methods are legal, some are not.
Some are considered criminal and some are just plain wrong.
You might not be a criminal if you’re doing the right thing.
The Lad’s guide to a career with the TN Highway Patrol is a good way to get your start.
You may also be surprised at how many people find it easy to get hired.
In this series of articles, we will explain some of the more common mistakes and get to know some of those people you might be interested in. 1.
Not Getting Paid.
The Tennessee Highway Police pays their officers a salary of $12,000 per year.
This is the same amount the FBI pays its agents, and it’s the same salary for all officers.
However, they also give an annual bonus of up to $100,000, and they’re also eligible for a 401(k) retirement plan.
The highway patrol is a very small organization, with only about 30 sworn officers and a total of about 600 members.
If you have a passion for law enforcement and law enforcement history, you should get the job.
If not, it’s probably a good idea to check out some of our other articles about law enforcement to get some information.
Being Too Tough.
Some officers may feel the need to be tough, or even dangerous, to be accepted into a law enforcement program.
This may have been an advantage in the past.
It’s not good today.
The law is complex, and when you’re out in a dangerous situation, you might not realize it until it’s too late.
Being too tough and demanding on other people is a huge mistake.
If this happens to you, you’re not going to be successful as a law officer.
You can also avoid this mistake by following the law.
There are a few rules that apply to the hiring of law enforcement.
You cannot ask questions or demand to know about other people’s activities.
If a law-enforcement officer asks you to do something, don’t do it.
You should be polite and courteous to the person asking you questions, but don’t demand anything.
If they ask you to be in a certain place, ask them where they’re going.
If the police department doesn’t want you, don