Excelling at the 9 Phases of the Law Enforcement Hiring Process

The law enforcement hiring process consists of 9 unique phases. Each phase requires specific knowledge to excel at. With the competitiveness of getting a law enforcement career these days, excelling is something you will definitely want to do.

Here are the 9 phases:

Some phases are more in depth and require much more preparation, but you want to have a strong showing in EVERY phase. That is how you will get noticed and move to the front of the line to get hired.

The areas that applicants struggle the most with are the written test, detection of deception testing, psychological exam and oral board. And of course, these areas have the most bearing on you getting hired.

Did you know that people actually fail the detection of deception (lie detector or voice stress analysis) testing but are being 100% truthful? And with the huge number of applicants it’s not even worth the agencies time to listen to you explain how you were being truthful. They just move on to the next applicant.

Are you prepared for the oral board questions? So many applicants study law, use of force and policy and procedure to prepare for the oral board. But in reality, the oral board panel doesn’t expect you to have the knowledge of a working officer. They ask questions to test your common sense and ability to reason. Getting caught up in the law when answering the questions can really throw you off track.

Every phase has little tricks to help you excel at it. The important thing is that you know these tricks!

Before applying at any agency you should review a guide that will help you through the hiring process. But don’t settle for a guide that only tells you what each phase consists of. This doesn’t give you the knowledge to excel at it.

You need a guide that gives you the insight into each phase that tells you exactly what law enforcement agencies are looking for. You also want a guide that will give you personal advice on how to make an impression on your prospective agency.

It’s your ability to excel at all 9 phases of the hiring process and the impression you leave that will get you hired! And get you hired fast!

Navigating the Law Enforcement Hiring Process

Law Enforcement is one of the most rewarding careers you could ever find. But to actually experience that reward for yourself you first have to get hired. And if you’ve looked into a law enforcement career at all then you know that getting hired is a daunting process!

The process you have to go through to actually make it into the ranks of the nations law enforcement officers, is above and beyond that of any other career.

Navigating your way through this 9 phase (minimally) hiring process is a job in of itself. And this job requires preparation. Walking into the hiring process with no preparation or just some advice from a friend can only result in a couple outcomes.

The reality is that the majority of law enforcement applicants don’t prepare. Or their preparation only consists of asking some buddies for advice. This is a big problem, but it’s a big problem that you can use to your advantage.

You see, if no one else is prepared and you are. You’ll stand out above all other applicants. This means that even though there are hundreds of applicants vying for a single position, you will be the one who gets noticed.

In this day it’s crucial to get noticed, it’s not enough to just make it through the hiring process. You have to make a name for yourself through it.

With the current economy, law enforcement has become somewhat of a gold rush. There are people from every walk of life fighting for the few open law enforcement positions. The security, high pay and excitement of the career have lured people over from their once profitable financial or real estate professions.

The other issue with the current economy is that local, state and federal law enforcement agencies are in a state of budget crisis. So instead of filling their ranks to the fullest they’re only able to keep minimum staffing.

This leaves fewer available jobs and a lot more applicants. It has never been more competitive than it is right now to get hired into law enforcement.

But don’t panic. If law enforcement is your dream, then you should pursue it. Agencies need great applicants. Just go in completely prepared for the hiring process.

Each phase requires specific preparation. There are plenty of resources out there that outline what each phase consists of, but you need a resource that prepares you to excel at each phase. Beyond that, you need a resource that gives you personal insight into each phase. It’s this insight that you can use to get noticed and make a name for yourself.

Without this preparation, no matter how good you would be at the job, you won’t get the chance to show it. Before you can be a great law enforcement officer you need to be a great law enforcement applicant!

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