Shaquille O’Neal Police Force: Shaq Wants To Be A Reserve Police Officer

September 6, 2014 | By Garrett Montgomery More

News about Shaquille O'Neal Police Force

Shaquille O’Neal police force move is not very surprising. O’Neal has decided to once more join the police force in Florida as a reserve officer. Last week, Shaquille O’Neal showed up at the Doral’s City Council chambers, where he applied to be part of the police force. It is not a done deal, Mr O’Neal has numerous physical and psychological tests to pass before getting the job.

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On Wednesday, officials at Doral, which is a city located in north-central Miami-Dade County, Florida were surprised when basketball legend Shaquille O’Neal showed up.

The council, which was in the middle of a meeting with mayor Luigi Boria to discuss the city’s budget, took a brief break to talk and pose with Shaq.

The tall television personality requested a short sit down with Doral Police Chief Don De Lucca.

After the conversation, Shaquille O’Neal made it known that he had applied to be a reserve police officer for the city of Doral.

The city’s spokesperson Christina Baguer spoke to the press after the 1999 and 2000 MVP left the building.

Despite his impressive size and passion for law enforcement, the former Los Angeles Lakers and Miami Heat player will have to pass rigorous tests via the State Officer Certification Exam like any other citizen before getting the post.

The 42-year-old man who has been an athlete all of his life is expected to fly through the physical exams.

And he is predicted to slam dunk the psychological tests because he earned a Ed.D. in Human Resource Development at Florida’s Barry University in 2012.

Shaquille O’Neal and Doral Police Chief Don De Lucca have worked together in the past.

Lucca who was the Miami Beach police chief until 2007 was O’Neal’s boss when he was a reserve officer in Miami Beach in 2005, where he helped arrest a man who had committed a crime.

Shaquille O’Neal was also in Los Angeles’ police force.


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