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When have you gone above and beyond the call of duty for another individual?
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As an agent you will work in a team, whether doing research or investigations. Explain your sense of responsibility towards your teammates. In your past roles, how have you stepped up to support coworkers? Consider giving an example like this: "When I worked in law enforcement in my hometown I was committed to supporting my partner, the people on my team, as well as the people the community. I got a call that two little kids in a low-income neighborhood had gotten their bikes stolen just days apart from each other. I bought them new bikes and delivered them myself."
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"When I worked in law enforcement in my hometown I was committed to supporting my partner, the people on my team, as well as the people the community. I got a call that two little kids in a low-income neighborhood had gotten their bikes stolen just days apart from each other. I bought them new bikes and delivered them myself."

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When have you gone above and beyond the call of duty for another individual?
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When I worked at a daycare center during the summer, one family did not speak english very well, the child was fluent in english, while the parents spoke only a little and were fluent in porteguse, in order to assist them in understanding the notes and homework that were going home, I was able to use my elementary spanish knowledge to communicate with them and tell them the notes that way they could understand.
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I have babysitted 6 kids, I have none.
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My child age 8 fell on a mountain and hit her head. I carried her down crabtree falls. I also stopped a girl fight before, by picking up one of the girls and setting her aside.
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When they asked me to help trainee them.
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I have gone above and beyond for another individual last year when in my class a student got nervous and couldn't finish his speech so I got up and helped him.
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I try my hardest to do that for most people.
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I met with an individual I knew through the military and saw she was struggling. I got her registered into the VA, receiving treatment, and found her a job.
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Daily. As a manger, my job is to be a boss. I go above and beyond to also be my team's friend. I get to know my team, and they will respect and work hard for me.
9.
I've never been on the call of duty. But if I was, I would be solid.
10.
It would be for multiple individuals, notifying authorities of a impaired driver while on my home. Keeping people away from the erratic driver and assisting local authorities in the interdiction.
11.
Yes! Always my wife and mother.
12.
So far, I have not gone above the call of duty.
13.
When I was in high school freshman year, my closest friend have been bullied by a group of boys who wanted to take her down. I wanted to help so much that I went up to him and gave him a lesson.
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I worked at an IOC and basically did all the work on shift. Also got paid less then the people who were not doing the work. I continued to do my job and others despite the fact that the pay didn't seem right.
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Giving food to juveniles. Taking them to mcdonalds, buying gift certificates.
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Helping out my students in one to one sessions, even after my official working hours are over.
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Allowed a teenage on 2 occasions to live with us when he had no other options.
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Always for my sister, whatever she needs.
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The local branch manager had a sensitive situation with the estate of a Financial Advisor who had sadly passed away earlier that year. His assets were held up in court in a battle between his family members and the beneficiaries. It was a sensitive issue for the firm to follow through with the court order of who received what from the eventual settlement. The manager was in need of someone independent, dependable and trustworthy to execute the court order. She approached me as her choice and I gladly offered my time and services to work on the case. On my time, I biased between the two parties, the court representative and attorneys to carry out the court order and division of assets, following the required and strict procedure delineated by the courts. I saw the need to help out the branch management, assist the beneficiaries and family members during their time of loss to make things as seamless as possible, while also ensuring and adhering to an impartial and fair process.
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We hired a new teammate that I helped progress from a sales associate to a Leader In Training by extensive hours of side-by-side training and coaching.