A Veteran Owned Business

Title

                                               Consulting, LLC.

Hiring Process


Basic Application/ Prescreening Questionnaire

 

Written Exam /Entrance Test

 

The written exam is typically a standardized test used to assess general aptitude and does not require any knowledge specific to law enforcement. Written exams typically test an applicant’s

 

  • reading comprehension
  • problem-solving / judgment skills
  • memory
  • writing skills

 

Some agencies or state POSTs offer study guides to assist applicants preparing for the exam.

 

Video Exam

 

During video exams, applicants watch a scenario and provide a verbal response that is rated and scored. Some agencies use video simulations to assess an applicant’s interpersonal skills and judgment.

 

Physical Fitness /Ability Test

 

Oral Board

 

Background Investigation

 

Drug Testing

 

Psychological Testing

 

Polygraph 

 

Medical Exam

 

A typical medical exam may include the following elements:

 

  • Height
  • Weight
  • Vision
  • Hearing
  • Chest X-ray
  • Blood test
  • Urine test
  • Blood pressure
  • Electrocardiogram
  • Screening tests for illegal drugs

 

Most law enforcement agencies have vision and hearing criteria, as well as criteria based on specific diseases or conditions. The specific requirements vary by agency and what is acceptable by one department may not be by another.

 

Chief/Sheriff's Interview

 

Conditional Job Offer

 

Police Academy

 

Probation Status

 

Field Training Program