PNG Police Recruitment 2019/2020 Form, Eligibility & Application Process. When you complete the application, regardless of whether it is a paper application or an online application, there is information you will need to provide in order to apply for the job and be considered for the position.
In addition to providing personal information, education, qualifications, and skills, you will also be asked to attest to the fact that all the information you are giving is accurate.
Not telling the truth, fudging employment dates, leaving out information, and other inaccuracies on your application or resume can be grounds for not being hired or for being terminated in the future if the company finds out you misrepresented your background or lied.
It can be incredibly frustrating for our recruiters when they don’t see the best results after putting a significant amount of time and effort into developing what they think are, robust recruitment strategies. After all, employees are the backbone of every organization and if recruiters don’t bring in the right talent, the organization suffers.
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PNG Police Recruitment 2019/2020 Eligibility/Qualification:
Before you register for PNG Police Recruitment 2019, it’s best to make sure you have the following information ready:
- Your current accurate height and weight
- Your Doctor’s name and contact details i.e. telephone and address
- Dates, details and outcomes of any past or current medical conditions, (e.g. operations, broken bones, asthma history, any medications)
- Your vaccination/immunization history (this can be obtained from your Doctor)
- A list of your preferred trades and Service(s)
- If you have served previously, you will need to supply some previous service details e.g. your Service Number
- Your Next of Kin’s name and contact details
- School qualifications including subjects, grades gained and year obtained
- Any tertiary or trade qualifications you have achieved with grades gained and year obtained
- If relevant, any previous employment details including dates, employer, locations and duties
- Your driver license details (number, classes and any endorsements)
- Dates and outcomes of any criminal convictions.
HOW TO PREPARE FOR YOUR APPLICATION IN JOINING PNG POLICE RECRUITMENT 2019:
After meeting all the requirements for joining PNG Police Recruitment 2019 , you can take the first step toward preparing for the hiring process.
In order to become a police officer you must fill out a general application about yourself. This may come before or after the police written exam. Some departments may want to see the results of the exam before the application is submitted.
Each police department requires an entry-level exam. The entry-level exam is a written exam that tests basic reading and writing comprehension. Some police written exams add sections that deal with the job itself, such as map reading. Some departments will invite you to the written exam after they have looked over your application. Others will ask for the results of the exam before you even fill out an application. Prepare for the police written exam.
This exam will measure your ability to perform physically demanding tasks that you may encounter on the job. Some of the tasks will be timed. The tasks may include sit ups, push-ups, bench pressing and running. Each department will have their own set of requirements. This exam is sometimes immediately after the written exam. Find out how to prepare for the Physical Ability Test.
After completing and passing both the written and physical exam, some departments will then ask you to fill out a background report. This step is to make sure that nothing in your background will disqualify you from becoming a police officer. Others will have an investigator look into your background. The investigator may look into your history (civil, credit, criminal, driving, employment and military). They may also interview your co-workers, employers, neighbors, references and family members. This step may come before or after the oral board.
At this stage you will have to sit before a board composed of three or more officers of different ranks. They will ask you interview type questions and give scenarios you may encounter on the job. The purpose of the oral boards is to test how well you handle pressure along with your ability to communicate, and evaluate a situation. This step will only occur if you have passed the written exam. Learn more about preparing for the Oral Board.
The purpose of the polygraph test, also known as a lie detector test, is to verify your truthfulness, which will be based on your background report. This test may take a few hours. This will be given to you by a trained professional examiner. This step is given toward the end of the hiring process.
There are two parts to this step; an interview with a trained psychologist and a psychological exam. In the interview you may be asked questions about your background, current lifestyle and what your expectations are for the job. The psychological exam, also known as, the police personality test, may include a series of multiple choice exams asking you questions about yourself. The reason police departments give psychological exams is to make sure that you will be able to do the work that is required as a police officer. This exam is given toward the end of the hiring process.
This exam is given to you by a trained medical physician. During this exam the physician will make sure that you are physically fit to be a police officer. This exam may check your height, weight, vision, hearing, blood pressure, and do a chest x-ray. This exam is usually toward the end of the hiring process.
Other Steps May Include:
Interview with the Chief – This will be an interview with the Chief.
This is usually one of the last steps to becoming a police officer.
Drug Test – This is sometimes done as a part of the psychological or medical exam. Some departments do it as a completely separate test.
Now that you are familiar with the steps to becoming a police officer can help you move forward. Start preparing for the police written exam.
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