Confessions Tagged "police"


Heists From Around The World [Infographic]

The Good, Bad, and Weird Heists From Around The World

What is a heist? The dictionary definition is simply robbery or stealing, however, it’s usually much more than this. Many heists are well planned in advance with several individuals being….

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Background Check

Catching Trend of Background Verifications in the Corporate World!

A recent study suggests that more than 80% of the candidates all over the world lie on their resume, especially when it comes to exaggerate the work experience, language skills, or even studies. This is the reason why background verifications….

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Open Letter From a Cop

Ladies and Gentlemen, Allow me to introduced myself. I am a police officer. More importantly to this post, I am a police officer who is sick and damned tired of dealing with certain things on a day to day basis: 1) Contrary….

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Bus Pass

Counterfeit Bus Pass

I used to work at a copy store (you know the type, like Kinko’s or UPS). We accepted industrial copy jobs. A lot of the work came from small businesses (cheap hand outs, brochures, or flyers). Sometimes we printed out….

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Burnout Nurses Rationality

If Burnout is Imminent: How Nurses Preserve Their Rationality

According to the 2013 National Healthcare & RN Retention Report, nurse turnover is at 14.7 percent nationwide. One of the leading contributors to turnover in the medical field, particularly in the field of nursing, is burnout. If you hope to….

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Food Critic

Fake Food Critic

I was working as a waitress at the Days Inn in downtown Baltimore. While not really all that busy, we did get a lot of business, when the other hotels were sold out, during special events like when President Obama….

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Secret Emails

Note: due to the sensitivity of this confession, names have been changed for my protection. When the health care industry started booming, a lot of “parking-lot-retail-patient-care-shops” started opening up. Many of these employed very recent graduates of “technology institutes,” “community….

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New Jersey Jersey Shore Seaside Heights Boardwalk

Working on the Boardwalk in Seaside Heights NJ

My uncle JR was the one who this now famous bar in Seaside Heights NJ was named after. I worked there 13 years from the time I was 16 and boy did I have some experiences. In 1985 I was….

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Police Agent

The Unseen Life Of An Undercover Police Agent

I wanted to share some light on what its like to be an undercover police agent and confess the hardships and unseen real life encounters that are faced. I can’t reveal my name because I still work undercover but I….

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