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.
This online guide outlines the new College of Policing Online Assessment Process, which is set to be used nationally by all England and Wales police forces throughout 2020. This online assessment process has been put in place for all police constable applicants.
In this blog post, Richard McMunn (founder of How2Become), will provide you with his tips on answering the new police officer competencies of Impartiality, Transparency, Public Service, Integrity at the interview.
The South African Police Service, or SAPS as it is better known, is the national police force of South Africa. With a total of 1,138 police stations divided amongst the nine provinces of South Africa, it’s fair to say that there are a wide number of locations you can apply to. But, with so much variety comes enormous popularity. The competition to join SAPS is fiercer than ever before, and this means that candidates will need to be at the top of their game. In this blog, we’ll guide you through the South African Police selection process, and highlight the types of tests you’ll be likely to face.
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One of the most essential elements for working as a successful police officer, is good decision-making. Every single day, police officers in the UK will be placed in positions where they need to make logical, lawful and politically correct decisions. While these decisions won’t always be life-or-death, it’s imperative that officers are able to behave […]
During the police assessment centre, you will need to take part in what is known as a verbal reasoning exercise. The police verbal reasoning test is designed to assess your attention to detail, and your ability to decipher key information from large amounts of data. This is a crucial skill for any police officer to have, and therefore it’s very important that you can ace the test.
If you’ve been following the news recently, you might be aware that Britain has a new prime minister. Well, Boris has moved quickly to implement changes – and these particular changes are certainly for the better. In the next month, an enormous recruitment drive will be launched – with the aim of recruiting up to […]
Listen to the following video podcast by Richard McMunn where he gives you his top 5 insider tips for passing the police officer selection process (the audio transcription and useful links are below the video contained within the text).