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Passing the Police Recruit Assessment Process By Peter Cox

Passing the Police Recruit Assessment Process by Peter Cox

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Expert guidance to help you succeed when undertaking the Police Recruit Assessment Process.

Passing the Police Recruit Assessment Process Summary

Passing the Police Recruit Assessment Process by Peter Cox

The number of people applying to join the police continues to grow, but only one in ten applications proves successful. This new book, written by a former police officer who helped devise the assessment process, is packed with practical advice for those applying to become a police officer. It is easy to read and use, covering all aspects of the process - from completing the application form to the logical and numerical reasoning tests - ensuring that the reader is fully prepared to undergo selection.

About Peter Cox

For over four years, Peter Cox was an Inspector in examns and assessment at Centrex, Harrogate. During this period he was responsible for training recruit assessors, designing recruit assessment exercises and ensuring the assessment process was adopted nationally by all police forces. He has also served as a Police Officer for twenty-seven years and holds a Certificate of Education.

Table of Contents

Introduction; The National Core Competencies; The application form; Assessment centres; Interactive exercises; Written exercises; Interviews; Respect for race and diversity; Psychometric tests; After the assessment centre; Appendix A - The National Core Competencies; Appendix B - The National Core Competencies: Checklist; Appendix C - Central Hospital Trust: Information pack; Index

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Passing the Police Recruit Assessment Process by Peter Cox
Used - Very Good
SAGE Publications Ltd
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This is a used book - there is no escaping the fact it has been read by someone else and it will show signs of wear and previous use. Overall we expect it to be in very good condition, but if you are not entirely satisfied please get in touch with us

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