I actually just signed up for the local "citizens police academy" today, after I'm through with that I'm going to try and join the citizen volunteer group. When I think of myself as an RN it makes me happy knowing that I can help, and be financially stable but when I think about myself as an officer, it just lights me up. That is also easy. I've never been on a ride along or taken actual Criminal Justice/Law classes, and I feel that this definitely hurt me.
Then the plane crashes, but the passengers somehow survive and continue to burn for awhile before dying.
Know Spanish or another language? New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast. I'm glad you got accepted, that's dedication.
Read up on a bunch of things, but don't let it get to your head. Why do you want to be a police officer, and why do you want to be a police officer for that agency? They don't want people who are going to drop out and waste their time. I royally fucked that one up. If they have a section devoted to additional comments that's basically a free-response, plan a 1-2 minute "speech" that highlights your accomplishments. Don't know one? Part of being a good cop (IMO) is being in good shape. What possible questions would they ask? I got a bit nervous while I was waiting to take my interview. I stole $600 when I was 18 years old back in 2006 I wasn't caught so my record is clean. wow, thanks for taking your time to answer. Thanks for the helpful info. JobTestPrep offers practice packs that will familiarize you with the exam format and quicken your pace in this timed test. The only police interaction you should have should be voluntary because you're asking people about the job.
Some people get into law enforcement and call it quits very quickly because they did not know what they were getting into. Take classes like you planned, but go for a Bachelor's degree. Get your AA in CJ, that's fine. It took me two tries, although the second time I just barely squeaked through. Send me a private message if you want to discuss this further. Any advice would be greatly appreciated. It's an interview; why do they want to hire you? You will have the affordable opportunity to enhance your test result. 383 members and 6384 guests.
If they offer a citizens police academy, like you said, I would for sure try to do that.
ANYTHING. Any advice on the oral interview? Get CPR/First Aid certified; your job suggests you already are. How was the oral interview structured? Look for some local volunteer opportunities in your community. The written test can also include a report writing test. New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast, More posts from the ProtectAndServe community. You will be taking the tredmill test as well. There are people who go to these interviews thinking it's something they might kind of be interested in.
Hello to everyone, I'm doing this off my phone so please don't be too harsh.
What kind of possible questions do they ask?
They understand that you aren't a cop, so they don't expect a perfect answer.
I'm completely committed." Analyse why you want the job. thanks for all this info! They want to see you come up with a solution and to stick with it. LA Mission College Meet at the Health Fitness and Athletics Building located at: 12890 Harding Street Sylmar, CA 91342 Get your BA in something else.
Post jobs you're hiring for. If it's okay with you, ill PM you the next time i have my oral, i know myself that the answers i gave were not the best. Generally, a passing score is 70% or better.