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Interactive Exercises for the Police Recruit Assessment Process
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Interactive Exercises for the Police Recruit Assessment Process
Succeeding at Role Plays


Other Titles in:
Getting into the police

March 2009 | 152 pages | Learning Matters
This book focuses on the Interactive Exercise, which forms a key part of the Police Recruit Assessment Process. The role play (as the exercise is often referred to) is traditionally the part of the recruitment test that candidates worry about most and find particularly difficult. The book clearly explains the role play process, making links to the Core Competencies and in particular examining issues of diversity. It offers a number of Interactive Exercises in the form of candidate and role player instructions and provides guidance on the completed exercises.
 
Part 1: Introduction to interactive exercises
 
Part 2: Interactive Exercises
 
Appendix A: Core competencies mapped against the Interactive Exercises
 
Appendix B: National Core Competencies
 
Index

"This is an excellent resource…a real must for potential officers"- Lecturer, St Helen's College


The book clearly explains the Police Recruit Assessment Process, making links to the Core Competencies and in particular examining issues of diversity. It offers a number of Interactive Exercises in the form of candidate and role player instructions and provides guidance on the completed exercises.

Mr Bernard Sheridan
Department of Policing, Central Lancashire University
June 27, 2012

An excellent tool for those preparing for the assessment process.

Mrs Rebecca Watson
Criminology Department, Northampton University
March 26, 2012

A helpful insight

Mr Maurice Collins
Policing Department, Bucks New University
March 9, 2012

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