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The police interview is how to become a police officer. The police interview, know as the police oral board, is the path to any law enforcement career. This is because the oral board is the toughest and most subjective portion of any police hiring process. There are proven ways to excel and even easier ways to fail. Learn the secrets, know the strategies, make your law enforcement career a reality.
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Mar 20 2014
You will deal with domestic violence (DV) throughout you career. In November 2013 the U.S. Department of Justice issued a special report on the attributes of male and female victims. The report looked a non-fatal intimate partner violence which included rape/sexual assault, robbery, aggravated assault, and simple assault. Here is a graphical look at rate of victimization and some survey highlights.
Highlights of the report included:
(Source: U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Statistics Intimate Partner Violence: Attributes of Victimization, 1993–2011)
I hate cats. At least that’s what I would have told you as a younger man. Until I met a small kitten on-duty near a hedgerow on the outskirts of town. The cat stole my heart and the heart of my soon to be bride. Our first street animal was […] read more »
I love police and detective movies. New or old, I have my favorites. In any police movie there is always a line that will stand out in your mind. Some are witty, funny, or just plain iconic. Here are some of my favorite iconic quotes from police movies. The research […] read more »
These are just a handful of my favorite bible verses for law enforcement officers. I have read them before hitting the streets and prior to hitting the sack. These will also give your loved ones comfort while they wait and/or worry for you through a shift. Share, pin, tweet, like, […] read more »
Feb 04 2014
Graphical breakdown of local, sheriff, and state law enforcement personnel (note: 1992 and 1996 no date for state agencies) The next Census of State and Local Law Enforcement Agencies (CSLLEA) is underway. The primary goals of the CSLLEA are to (1) develop a national roster of active publicly funded law enforcement […] read more »