Thank you for being a loyal OfficerList member! We are excited to announce the release of our new site, which includes several new features including a ‘LiveResume’, marketplace and forum. To make the transition easier, we listed some common FAQs about your membership on the new site: Q- Will my current account be migrated over… Read more »
As we announce the launch of our brand new, high powered OfficerList.com, we would first like to thank you for being a valued member! We’ve spent the last 18 months in development to create the best user experience for our members to recruit off-duty and retired law enforcement officers for their jobs. Here’s a short… Read more »
Let’s get right to it…Everyone who is completely against law enforcement, including but not limited to criminals, the news media, the social justice warriors, the protesters, the armchair quarterbacks, and the people who just need a cause…
LinkedIn is the ultimate networking tool for any professional (the reason why it was acquired for $26 Billion). Many law enforcement officers are using it, but it appears that most aren’t.
Many, if not most, law enforcement officers retire at a relatively young age. Some are fortunate enough to have padded their pensions and squirrelled away vast sums of money over the years to lead a life of leisure in retirement and not work…
Planning a vacation or trip can cause quite a bit of stress and for some of us, extreme anxiety. Packing, making arrangements for the care of a pet, airport lines, flying (or worse, flying with young children), jet lag, navigating a new or foreign place, are all things that can make the idea of travel less than exciting for some.
Many countries now have some form of terror alert system. The U.S. and U.K. are always raising and lowering them. Many wonder what this exactly means. Tragically, it doesn’t mean a thing. Terror-alert systems are deployed as a show of control over the threat of terrorism. The truth is, we have no control.
Get your own Arnold Schwarzenegger. Wondering how and where? Let me fill you in. There is a new website in town called Officerlist, which provides officers for all kinds of security needs. It’s a website for freelancing officers and those who want to hire them. And all this for free.
Need a ride? Uber.com
Need a babysitter? Care.com
Need a handyman? Homeadvisor.com
Need a web developer? Upwork.com
Need business services? Fiverr.com
Need a cop? OfficerList.com
Putting armed guards inside schools was a virtually unheard of concept just over a decade ago. Today, the need for beefed up security is a key part of school budgets large and small. Now a new law is aiming to give districts another resource — the ability to hire specially trained, retired police officers for security at public and private schools and on community college campuses.