This blog will focus on the three entry routes commonly used by the home office police services when recruiting police officers. We will discuss the requirements to qualify for each entry route and take a closer look at what is involved, allowing you to make the best-informed decision based on your circumstances and qualifications.
In this blog we are going to discuss the 3 different sifting processes you may come across during the early stages of the selection process. We will also look at the most common assessments you will have to undertake and pass to progress in the selection process to become a police officer.
In this blog we are going to give you the opportunity to practice a brand new Police Online Assessment Written Exercise Question. This question includes a unique scenario not available anywhere else. Feel free to post your suggested answers, for feedback from the How2become team
Homonyms are words which are spelt or pronounced the same, but have different meanings. Nobody’s perfect, and at some point in their life almost everyone has got two or more words mixed up. Here’s a few of the most common mix ups.
In order to ensure that UK Civil Service employees are operating to the best possible standards, the Civil Service has introduced a comprehensive and detailed behavioural framework, which is designed to assess candidates for the Civil Service against a set of specific behavioural criteria and expectations.
Since the launch of the online assessment process, used by police forces in England and Wales, in May 2020 plenty of questions have been raised. Something we are asked regularly is what is and isn’t allowed with regards to taking notes […]
If you are applying to become a Police Communications Officer or 999 Call Handler, you will have to undergo a number of challenging assessments which assess your ability to gather the required information, while remaining calm under pressure in a number of true-to-life stressful simulations. Let’s start by looking at what an audio typing test […]
The police officer interview is known to be tough. Only those with the correct values, integrity, skills, and qualities that match the core competencies will pass.
In this article, we will look at the 15 toughest police interview questions that are guaranteed to come up in your interview!
The briefing exercise is part 4 (also known as Stage 3b) of the new police Online Assessment Process. The briefing exercise requires you to handle a scenario and related problems, in the role of a police constable, which will be presented in the form of a series of questions.
Hello there, my name is Richard McMunn from the police officer recruitment training website, How2Become.com.
And in this tutorial, I’m going to teach you how to pass the new police officer online assessment centre. And in particular, we are going to focus today on the police written exercise.