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Dear Police1 Member, 

Technical jobs within policing include accident reconstructionist, drone pilot, digital forensic investigator, 3D crime scene investigator and many more. It can be daunting for a new officer to know how to be considered for one of these assignments, especially when these types of positions are so new with few mentors. 

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Stay safe,  

— The Police1 Team 

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