Written by Armed Patrol Officer (Former Employee) from Milwaukie, OR on October 31, 2018
Working for OPS will strip you away from your family, hobbies, and anything enjoyable about life. You get your schedule 1-2 days before the week begins. Oftentimes you'll end up working nights one day, then days, then back to nights - with no time for your body to adjust. You'll get asked if you can come in your days off, or to stay late frequently. - more...
You'll have a job. Different opportunities can be had.