'This is not simply a guide telling you about the police application and assessment process, it is a complete manual on how to pass.' The Police service offers an interesting, well paid and secure occupation but there is a huge amount of competition for places. Only one in seven people applying will succeed. Being good is not good enough. This book will greatly improve your chances of becoming a Police Officer, Police Community Support Officer or Special Constable. Every police force in England and Wales uses the same national application form and assessment centre. This book tells you not just about the process, but what you need to do to impress the assessors. It provides: - Explanations of the application form, competency and motivational questions, along with specimen answers. - Behind the scenes insight into the application form, marking, the assessment centre, and what you need to do to pass. - In-depth descriptions of the constraints and techniques that the assessors are required to work with in the exercises. Learn the secrets of how, for example, role actors will HookA" and BlockA" candidates. - Detailed breakdowns of the exercises used, and the techniques you need to pass them. - Full length examples of key exercises, including four role plays and three written exercises, along with specimen interview questions and answers. - Explanations of how to evidence your commitment to diversity, ethics and impartiality.
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