Police officers need certain skills and qualities to be able to perform this unique role. Communications skills, integrity and the ability to make sound decisions under pressure are just some of the requirements. But wait, there’s more!
Every applicant applying to become a police will have a profile that recruitment will check. You need to ensure your profile ticks all the boxes. Life experience, employment history, community involvement, and more, all form part of your profile.
Is there a right age? If you’re concerned about your age and how it may affect your chances of becoming a police officer, we’ll take a look at what are the common issues with being too young or too old and what you can do about it!
Budding police officers often think there is a link between a law degree and improving the chances of a successful police application. You might be surprised when I explain why that’s not the case.
Like anything, preparation prevents poor performance and allows you to perform at your best. If you need some help with your police application, we’ll show you where to go to find it.
Russell is passionate about helping people to achieve their dream of becoming a police officer. He was a police officer himself for 12 years and spent 4 years as an instructor at the Victoria Police Academy where he was involved in applicant testing, training new recruits and delivering refresher and advanced courses to experienced police officers in subjects ranging in everything from fitness to firearms.
Since 2006 Russell has helped more than 3,500+ police applicants to achieve their dream and would be an asset to anyone taking their police application preparation seriously.
If you’re truly serious about a career in policing, becoming a member and taking this course could be the best thing you do!