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You are working in internal affairs and in the course of another investigation you discover disturbing evidence regarding the police chiefs son who is also an officer in the department Several informants have confided in you that this individual has roughed them up and taken their drugs yet you find no record of arrest or the drugs being logged in the evidence room When you write the report your sergeant tears it up and tells you that there is not enough evidence to justify and investigation and for you to stick to what you are told to do What would you do What would you do if the chief calls you into the office the next day and offers you a transfer to a high-status position that will definitely lead a promotionIts a very difficult situation to manage but surely I would act according to my ethics and do what it does is my responsibility as a worker in internal affairs I aria a thorough investigation of the case and if the boss calls me into the office the next day and offered me a transfer to a senior position which would definitely be a promotion I told him my suspicions and ask for support and opinion on the subject I highlight that the FBIs illegal drug policy is both clear and explicit You are considered ineligible for employment if you have used marijuana during the last three years or more than 15 times in your life In addition you are disqualified if you have used any illegal drug or combination of illegal drugs other than marijuana more than five times altogether or anytime during the last ten years No exceptions will be made to the policy and your answers are subject to verification by urinalysis and pre-employment polygraph examinations Please review the FBI Employment Disqualifiers and the FBI Employment Drug Policy to ensure you are eligible to apply for employment with the FBI
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