When will you be assigned your police application co-ordinator

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As part of your application process, you will be assigned a coordinator who will be your point of contact throughout your application. We’ll take a look at when in the application this is likely to occur and what does it mean.

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Hey Guy’s,

Russ here, just a really quick one, I occasionally get questions from members who sound a little concerned that they’ve heard from the recruiting office. They’ve been notified that they now have a recruitment co-ordinator appointed and they’re not sure what that means and they don’t know if that is a good thing or a bad thing and there is a little bit of panic in their question.

Well, it’s perfectly normal, it’a not good or bad that’s just what happens, usually pretty early in the journey once you get through the entrance exam, the screening interview and the video interview.

Often at that time, you’ll hear from recruiting with an email along the lines of: ‘This person has been nominated as your recruitment coordinator and therefore your contact person’.

So if you have documents that you need to return or they’re chasing you for something or you get an invitation to do the next step in the process, this will often come from your appointed coordinator.

So nothing to panic about, it’s perfectly normal and really it’s a good thing as it means you are progressing in the application process. It means you now have a contact person to deal with which is a lot easier than sending to an office and hoping somebody will pick it up and reply.

Alright, guys take it easy and I’ll talk to you soon.

Kind regards,

Russell Kempster
Russell Kempster
Founder and Head Trainer, Prime Motion Training

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Russell Kempster

Russell Kempster

Russ spent 12 years as a police officer with Victoria Police. The last four years of that time was spent at the Victoria Police Academy as an instructor, where he taught everything from fitness to firearms. He has trained police applicants, as well as recruits undergoing their initial training, experienced serving police officers and was even called on by Victoria Police to help train other would-be police academy instructors.

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