Description - How to Pass the Police Recruitment Tests by Kenneth D. Ricketts
This book provides step-by-step guidance on each and every phase of the police recruitment process. It takes you through the whole process from completing the application form correctly to practising for the various tests, exercises, role plays and interviews at the Assessment Centre, and preparing for the board interview before being confirmed in rank. Written by a serving police officer, this book is for the person on the street who wants to join the police force, and for Community Support Officers and Special Constables who want to become Police Constables. It focuses closely on the role of a Police Officer and develops your understanding of the position for which you are applying. Contents: Introduction; 1. What does a Police Officer do?; 2. Behavioural Competencies; 3. The Application Form; 4. The Assessment Centre - Introduction; 5. The Assessment Centre - Written Exercises; 6. The Assessment Centre - Interactive Exercises; 7. The Assessment Centre -Numerical Reasoning Test; 8. The Assessment Centre - Verbal Reasoning Test; 9. The Assessment Centre - The Interview; 10 The Physical; 11. The Medical; 12. Conclusion; Appendices; Index.
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(242mm x 172mm x mm)
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Author Biography - Kenneth D. Ricketts
Author Kenneth D. Ricketts has served 10 years within one of the United Kingdom's largest Police Constabularies. This unique book utilises his own current, in-depth knowledge and personal experience of the recruitment process, as well as utilising the experiences of new recruits and of recruiters alike. "Other books I have read on this subject are informative to the reader but do not I believe give the specific insider tips that I have supplied in mine. They are often written in a complicated way, filling most of the pages with example after example which I feel confuses the reader. I have attempted to write a book that tells it how it is in simple, easy to understand language."