Joining the police
How to become a police officer and other related information
The job of a police officer is seen as both a rewarding but difficult position and playing a key role in modern society. In addition to the feeling of contributing to society the job as a police officer has many other advantages such as a very respectable starting salary (up to £28k starting) and great job benefits.
In order to get your position as a police officer you will have to successfully fulfil the difficult and challenging police recruitment process.
The best method for passing the recruitment process is to learn from those who have already successfully completed it!
Applying to be a police officer
When 2012When you apply to join the police force as a police officer you will be competing against a large amount of applicants and you need to make sure that you stand out from the rest, in a positive manner. You want to have the assessors to say ‘wow’ and identify you as an ideal candidate for the position.
How do I know what they are looking for?
The reality is that you don’t really have any idea of what is it they are looking for. To find this out you will need to speak to the assessors, previously successful candidates and possible current service police officers.
Our recruitment guide has been created by a combination of current recruitment staff and assessors, successful applicants and current serving police officers.
It is a MUST have for anyone serious about joining the police force, and will take you step by step through the whole process, giving you a detailed insight and will show you exactly what you to in order to pass.
Our recruitment guide is regularly updated to ensure it covers the any changes to the recruitment process and provide you with up to date recruitment information.