Police Officers with MS, Multiple Scl...

Police Officers with MS, Multiple Sclerosis

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the one

United States

#1 May 3, 2012
I wanted to see if there are any police officers with MS. I was just diagnosed last year. So far I dont have many complications. I wanted to network and see what you are doing to handle your ms.
steve

San Diego, CA

#2 May 29, 2012
I was diagnosed with Ms in 2010 its a daily battle to work. I think I have finally reached the end of my rope since my legs and back make it hard to get around. Not exactly good for a p.o.
just a guy

San Antonio, TX

#3 May 30, 2012
My ex had ms and she got around fine for the ten years we was together
steve

Grand Rapids, MI

#4 May 30, 2012
steve wrote:
I was diagnosed with Ms in 2010 its a daily battle to work. I think I have finally reached the end of my rope since my legs and back make it hard to get around. Not exactly good for a p.o.
what really sucks is I am 6 years away from retirement. So close
just a guy

San Antonio, TX

#5 May 30, 2012
That's not that long
steve

United States

#6 May 30, 2012
just a guy wrote:
That's not that long
That's the part that sucks its not that long but if I can't. Do my job I will be let go and I won't have my medical benefits it is a stressful. Time for me!
just a guy

San Antonio, TX

#7 May 30, 2012
Oh but there is a way around that just a point to ponder work as long as you can and at the point that you feel you can't take the flma and that will get you the time you need just a point to ponder you know there are other opts desk work you know
steve

San Diego, CA

#9 May 31, 2012
just a guy wrote:
Oh but there is a way around that just a point to ponder work as long as you can and at the point that you feel you can't take the flma and that will get you the time you need just a point to ponder you know there are other opts desk work you know
oh that's true I did not think about that I just hope when the time comes my dept. Would accomodate. Me
steve

San Diego, CA

#10 May 31, 2012
steve wrote:
<quoted text> oh that's true I did not think about that I just hope when the time comes my dept. Would accomodaYte. Me
Thanks for the Brad's up
just a guy

San Antonio, TX

#11 May 31, 2012
They will and glad that my info could help
just a guy

San Antonio, TX

#13 Jun 1, 2012
Steve got a question do you think people change there lives around after bunch of run-ins with the law ???? Just a old convict here ;-) please remember that the next time u place someone in jail we are not bad ppl just ppl that made bad choices
steve

Alton, IL

#14 Jun 1, 2012
thinking wrote:
<quoted text>CAn you get a desk job or work in the evidence room
that's the hard part I don't know if they would allow me to do that. or just tell me sorry but we have to let you go
steve

Alton, IL

#15 Jun 1, 2012
just a guy wrote:
Steve got a question do you think people change there lives around after bunch of run-ins with the law ???? Just a old convict here ;-) please remember that the next time u place someone in jail we are not bad ppl just ppl that made bad choices
oh I totally agree with that. I have ran into several people from my past. they have told me that the encounter they had with me was the best thing that ever happened to them. it turned their life around. which of course made me feel good that I could help them
just a guy

San Antonio, TX

#16 Jun 1, 2012
That's cool I'm glad not all cops are bad lol
steve

Alton, IL

#17 Jun 1, 2012
just a guy wrote:
That's cool I'm glad not all cops are bad lol
lol yeah unfortunately there are some really bad ones sometimes the guys give me a hard time for being too nice. I like treating people as human beings
just a guy

San Antonio, TX

#19 Jun 1, 2012
Well Steve I'm John nice to meet ya yea I have been cuffed and had my a$$ beat a cpl times but I also was a smartas to them and lol yea
steve

Alton, IL

#20 Jun 1, 2012
me again wrote:
<quoted text> I believe that MS can be classified as a disability. Talk to your union rep. If possible under the Disability Act the department most make reasonable accommodations. Because MS is a neurological disease your ability to use a fire arm may become impaired, but that does not mean that you can't preform other aspects of law enforcement. You can teach, educate or work in public relations.
I will do that that would be the best case scenario. For me just 6 years and I can ride off into the sunset
steve

Alton, IL

#21 Jun 1, 2012
just a guy wrote:
Well Steve I'm John nice to meet ya yea I have been cuffed and had my a$$ beat a cpl times but I also was a smartas to them and lol yea
OK long nice to meet you to brother.
steve

United States

#23 Jun 1, 2012
steve wrote:
<quoted text> OK long nice to meet you to brother.
oops sorry dam spell check I meant to say john
steve

United States

#24 Jun 1, 2012
me again wrote:
<quoted text>Glad to help. This is my area of expertise in a way.
sorry to bring nosey. But if I may ask what do you mean your area of expertise?

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