POLICE OFFICER Interview Questions & Answers! (How to PASS a Police In Force Interview!) by Richard McMunn of:
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In this video, Richard McMunn will give you:
– 5 example police officer in force interview questions to prepare for.
– 5 example answers to tough police officer oral board interview questions.
– Tips on how to prepare for a police officer final interview.
– Details on how to download all 15 police officer in force and final interview – questions!
DISCLAIMER: The interviewers within this video are actors and are not real police officers or police recruitment staff.
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POLICE OFFICER INTERVIEW QUESTION #1. Why Do You Want To Become A Police Officer? 00: 54
– Make a positive difference within your local community.
– Put the skills, qualities and life experiences you have gained to good use.
– You want a job where you will have a huge amount of responsibility.
– You want a job where you will be continually improving and developing.
POLICE OFFICER INTERVIEW QUESTION #2. Why Do You Want To Join This Police Service? 02: 31
Research the police service you are applying to join and then list 3 things you find attractive about them and the work they do.
– Examples of the work they do in the community to educate and protect;
– The police service works alongside other agencies and stakeholders to ensure the service provided is always outstanding;
– Innovative work they have done to reduce crime and the impact it has on the local community.
POLICE OFFICER INTERVIEW QUESTION #3. Tell Me About A Time When You Acted With Integrity. 03: 45
Structure your answer using the STAR technique:
Situation – Explain the situation you were in.
Task – Outline the task that needed doing.
Action – Go into detail about the action you took.
Result – Explain the results of your actions and what you learned from the experience.
POLICE OFFICER INTERVIEW QUESTION #4. How would your approach change when engaging with a suspect who is male, compared to a suspect who is female?05: 10
Remember, as a police officer it is important to provide a consistent, high-quality service.
I would say that I would treat them both with respect and dignity but I may alter my style of communication depending on the incident and how the suspect was interacting with me.
POLICE OFFICER INTERVIEW QUESTION #5. Why is it important to promote diversity within the police force? 06: 15
The simple answer is:
“The only way the police can provide an appropriate and high-quality service is if its workforce is representative of the community it is serving. Therefore, to be effective, the police must be diverse in nature.”
Q6. What values do you believe are core to protecting the community?
Q7. How will you manage a mixture of day and night shifts?
Q8. You are working on high-profile case, and a journalist has obtained your private phone number. He contacts you asking to anonymously confirm a rumour that has been circulating. How do you respond?
Q9. What experience do you have of working in the community?
Q10. How would you deal with a difficult member of the public?
Q11. What are the main priorities of the police service?
Q12. Would you treat a teenage boy and an elderly man differently if they had both been assaulted?
Q13. What would you do if you heard your colleague being racially abusive to someone?
Q14. Tell me about a time when you had to be tactful to resolve a situation?
Q15. Four months ago, you agreed to attend your childhood friends’ wedding. When your rota is released you are scheduled to work the day of the wedding. What do you do?
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