Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department Hiring Process

If you want to become a Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Officer and want some good police interview tips, then you’ve come to the right website. The impression you make during the initial oral board interview will likely determine if you get hired or not. Things like courtesy, alertness, and self confidence are very important during  the CMPD interview process.

You Conduct During the Interview

Your overall body language, promptness, and general knowledge of police work  are extremely important. I encourage you to speak in a self assured tone of voice, smile occasionally, look the raters in the eye as you listen and speak. Sit relaxed in a natural posture, don’t arch your back or sit ramrod straight.

Work history Questions

The panel will likely review your application just prior to the time you enter the interview room. Remember the overall accuracy of your application is reflective of you.

You should expect questions concerning your work history and experience kind of like this…

  • Will you tell the panel how your work experience, training and/or volunteer work has helped you prepare for this line of work?
  • What training and/or work experience has best prepared you for a career in law enforcement and, why?

Responding to questions about your work experience

In responding to the questions above, you may reach back  to your previous or current job experience (military experience is okay) to answer the question. Experiences in the educational level or training situations are good, volunteer work experiences are even better, and also experiences in the day to day life.

Be Clear, and Concise

Be prepared to articulate what you have learned from your experiences, good and bad. Try to stay clear of short “yes” or “no” answers whenever possible. Expand on your answers by giving more information, which is often helpful in showing how you qualify for the position.

Avoid rambling

It is also important to know when to stop answering a question. You should avoid saying the same thing over and over, rambling, or giving volunteering information that is unrelated to the question. Be concise, accurate and to the point.

If you don’t understand a particular question, ask the panel to repeat the question. If you’re describing your best qualities, give solid examples and describe how these qualities have helped you and benefited your past employers.

Police Officer Written Exam Sample Test Questions

The police written test will vary throughout the country. Some police agencies rent the written test from companies like Stanard & Associates who specialize in the police entrance test, while other agencies have written tests provided to them by state run organizations such as POST (Peace Officer Standards & Training). Still, countless municipalities with smaller budgets write their own.

In the days and weeks prior to taking the written test, it is imperative to study. This is one phase of the process you will have the opportunity to prepare, so don’t cut yourself short. A little preparation will help you excel over your competition.

In this article, I have attached a sample  test question to help you prepare for the police officer exam. Use good common sense in the simulated event below to come up with the right answer.

Police Officer Written Exam Sample Test Question:

1. While on routine patrol, Officer Smith was radioed about a robbery that just took place at the downtown fair. The suspect’s description was said to be a white male, long dark hair, brown eyes, and wearing a navy blue wind-breaker jacket. The suspect was also said to have a thick dark mustache, and walks with a slight limp. six hours later, Officer Smith spots  4 white males matching the description, but he is not sure which of the four committed the robbery.

Which tip would you consider to be more helpful in identifying the suspect.

A. The suspect was said to have dark hair.

B. The suspect walked with a limp.

C. The suspect was described as wearing a navy blue wind-breaker jacket.

D. The suspect has a thick mustache.

The correct answer to this question would be B. Someone who limps is not a sight you see often, and is an unusual feature. So if the suspect was identifed as having a limp, this characteristic would be the most helpful tip in identifying the suspect.

The other answers just don’t measure up as far as being the most important information in identifying the suspect. For example, the suspect could shave his mustache, cut his hair, or change clothes.

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Police Exam Strategies – Practice Questions For Cops

Police Exam Strategies: Handling Police Rules and Procedures Questions

How to answer questions based on police rules and procedures.

Police department rules and procedures are intended to insure officers make correct decisions in a variety of situations. These questions start by stating a set of rules and then ask the candidate to apply those rules to specific case situations.

Most rule and procedure interpretation questions are basically reading comprehension type questions. You read the rule or procedure and use logic to apply the rule to the situation.      Strategies PAY attention to the order in which the steps are taken. In general, rules and procedures require officers to follow a definite sequence of steps. Make sure your answers reflect this set order.

Example: Rule 5:1

When responding to traffic accidents, the officer shall in the following order: check for injuries, provide first-aid if needed, call for an ambulance if needed, check for medical alert emblems, request additional squads for traffic control if needed, divert traffic, locate witnesses, record information in a memorandum book, conduct an investigation, file a report.

When a rule states a specific order such as this, it should be followed in the exact sequence.

PAY attention to when the rule is in effect. Certain rules apply to certain periods of time and situations. Make sure your answers reflect the correct time and situation.

Example, Rule 7

An officer may wear a short-sleeved uniform shirt from April 1st until November 1st; from Nov.1st to April 1, the officer must wear a long-sleeved uniform shirt.

PAY CLOSE attention to rule exceptions. When answering questions about rules and procedures, pay close attention to when rules include words like except, only, if, etc. These are rule exceptions. Underline these keywords when reading the given information.

Example: Rule 31:

Officers may not leave their assigned areas EXCEPT in emergencies or when ordered to do so by a supervisor.

PAY attention to completeness. Make sure all aspects of the rule are followed, not just part of the rule.

Example: Rule 72:

An officer shall be punctual in attendance. Officers shall check in with a supervisor who will mark him/her present for duty.

Notice there are two parts to this rule. When answering a question about being punctual for work you would also need to consider the part of the rule that includes checking in with a supervisor.  Interpreting Rules and Procedures

Sample Questions

Use the following information to answer the question below:

Traffic accidents are classified in the following categories:

1. One-vehicle accident with no injuries.

2. Two or more vehicle accidents with no injuries.

3. One or more vehicle accidents with injuries that are not life threatening.

4. One or more vehicle accidents with injuries that are life threatening.

Officer Allen responds to an accident at N. 20th Street and W. Logan. Upon arrival, Officer Allen is informed by a witness that a Ford traveling south on 20th Street struck a boy on a bicycle at the intersection of 20th and Logan. Officer Allen observes a boy standing by a bike. He appears to have only minor injuries.

Based on the given information what category accident is this?

A. 1

B. 2

C. 3

D. 4

The correct answer is the C (3): a one or more vehicle accident with injuries that are not life-threatening. The easiest way to answer this question would be by the process of elimination. Eliminate the bad choices that don’t pertain to the given situation.

Police officers are to call for a supervisor in the following situations:

Whenever force is necessary in making an arrest. Whenever a shooting occurs.    All assignments where the suspect is armed.    All traffic accidents involving life-threatening injuries.    All accidents involving department vehicles. Based on the above information, a supervisor should be called to the following assignments, EXCEPT:

A. armed robbery in progress.

B. burglary in progress.

C. traffic accident involving a car and a bicycle where the bicyclist has head injuries.

D. arrest of a burglary suspect who resisted and was pepper-sprayed.

The correct answer is B.

B the only situation where a supervisor would not be called. Using the process of elimination, A can be eliminated because it involves an armed suspect. C can be eliminated because it includes life-threatening injuries. D can be eliminated because it involves the use of force.


Officer Burton is about to begin her patrol shift when she discovers that her police vehicle has a large dent in the left rear bumper. She knows that the vehicle did not have this dent yesterday, when she last drove it.


According to the above rule, Officer Burton should most properly:

A. request that she be assigned a different vehicle.

B. begin her shift and be alert to any operating problems.

C. find out what other officers used the vehicle since her last shift.

D. inform her supervisor about the dented bumper.

The answer is D.


The situation states that Officer Burton has discovered a dent in the bumper of her patrol vehicle that did not exist when she last used it. The question asks what she should do about it. To answer the question, evaluate all of the choices.

Choice D states that the officer should inform her supervisor about the damaged bumper. This is in conformance to the rule that states that the officer should report any damaged or missing parts to her supervisor. Choice D is therefore the correct answer.  General Police Department Rules and Regulations

If you have a chance to familiarize yourself with the rules and regulations of the department where you’re testing, you’ll gain a tremendous edge. Most likely this is not going to happen. Although public record, most departments like to keep this information confidential. But we have the next best thing:

Here are general rules and regulations that are listed on one department’s police entrance exam. (Many police departments have similar standard operating procedures.)

Patrol Area

Officers shall not leave their assigned area unless directly ordered by their supervisors, are sent to another area by the dispatcher or for other emergencies.


Officers shall be punctual in reporting for duty at the time designated by the Department.

Contact With The Public

Officers shall be courteous and civil when dealing with the public. Any conduct to the contrary shall not be tolerated.

Traffic Enforcement

All members of the Department are responsible for the enforcement of traffic laws regardless of their duty assignment.


Officers shall promptly obey any lawful orders given by any officer of higher rank.


Officers shall not seek free admission for themselves or others to theaters of other places of amusements. Officers shall not receive money, gifts, gratuities, rewards or compensation for police services rendered.


Officers shall treat the official business of the Department as confidential.


Officers shall give all proper information to persons requesting it in a careful, courteous and accurate manner. Officers shall give their names and badge number in a respectful manner to any person who may request the information.

Department Property

Officers shall be responsible for the good care of all property assigned to them and shall report to their commanding officer any loss, damage to or unserviceable condition of such property.


Officers shall be in complete uniform when on duty. No mixture of civilian and uniform clothing shall be permitted in public, or off-duty.

False Information

No Officer shall complete any report using false and inaccurate information.

Substance Use

Officers shall not consume any intoxicating liquors while on duty.


Officers shall investigate all cases of injury to persons or damage to property to any public place which may come to their attention.


No member shall speak on behalf of the Department unless authorized to do so by the Chief Of Police.


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Houston police department exam

The Houston police department is the largest police department in all of Texas. It’s also one of the hardest agencies to get hired on as a police officer. Nevertheless, being a police officer for HPD is a very rewarding career.

The great thing about HPD is they offer fantastic benefits like an awesome  entry level salary, career advancement opportunities, and endless overtime opportunities. The one aspect of the department that almost always seems to be a hurdle for potential recruits is the HPD police entrance exam.

Houston police department uses the National Police Selection Test standards as their primary screening tool to identify quality candidates. The Police Officer Selection Test (also known as the POST test) is an entry-level basic skills test that helps law enforcement agencies like HPD to select the most qualified applicants. The examination has eight main categories that are used to measure your ability to perform the duties of a police officer and they are as follows:

  • Reading Comprehension
  • Directional Orientation
  • Basic Mathematics
  • Vocabulary
  • Spelling
  • Grammar
  • Report Writing Skills
  • Memory Recognition

The best way to get prepared for the Houston Police Officer examination is to get yourself a good Police Exam Study Guide that covers the eight main categories mentioned above. The best way to get a study guide that mirrors the Houston Police Officer test is through your recruiter. Big agencies like HPD should have some sort of  test preparation system that allows prospects to study for the exam.

In the event they don’t have a study guide for candidates, I suggest going to the bookstore and buying one. If you are lazy like me, you can download one immediately at any police exam website site.

Sample police exam

The police written exam is the first hurdle you’ll face in your pursuit of becoming a police officer. This is true for just about any law enforcement agency in the country.  The purpose of the pre-employment exam is to identify good applicants and dismissing those who aren’t as qualified. The police exam  typically has around eight different components.

Let’s look at some situational questions below. Read the questions carefully and use sound judgement and common sense to come up with the right answer.

Sample Situational questions #1:

1.You and your backup simultaneously arrive at a house where a domestic violence incident is reported to be occurring. As you approach the house you hear a woman and child scream and a man yelling, “I’ll teach you!” Your backup officer is visibly nervous and says, “We should call a supervisor.” How would you handle this situation?

A. Ask the dispatcher for a call history on the house.

B. Forcibly enter the house and contact a supervisor after the situation is under control.

C. Tell your backup to calm down and knock on the door.

D. Call your supervisor to request permission to enter the home immediately.



Explanation For Scenario question# 1 – MOST Appropriate Response:

The answer to to question #1 is B. As a police officer if you have solid evidence that one’s life is in IMMEDIATE danger (which is the case here), you can make entry inside some one’s home. Since you’ve over heard both  a female and child scream, and then a male yelling “I’ll teach you” you have enough probable cause to kick in the door.

Explanation For Scenario Question # 1 – LEAST Appropriate Response:

The answer to question #1 is A. There’s no need to waste anymore time calling dispatch. There exist enough probably cause to believe that someone is in immediate danger. The only course of action is to make entry inside the house.

Sample situational question #2:

You and your partner respond to a combative male. The suspect spits on your partner after he is handcuffed. Your partner punches the suspect while in custody. How would you handle this situation?

A. Don’t question your partner but report the incident to his supervisor.

B. Don’t tell anyone; just keep the incident to yourself.

C. Tell your partner that his behavior was inappropriate and that if he reacts this way
again that you will report his behavior to his supervisor.

D. Tell the officer that his behavior was inappropriate and that he needs to tell his
supervisor or else you will.



Explanation For Scenario question# 2 – MOST Appropriate Response:

The answer to question #2 is D. This officer’s actions is unprofessional , and should be reported. You should always put the department’s policy ahead of co-worker friendship. If you don’t report the incident, someone could have seen the incident or worst it could have been captured on video by a passerby. Trust me that is very possible. So the best thing is to report the incident and allow the folks over you to handle the situation.

Explanation For Scenario question# 2 – LEAST Appropriate Response:

The answer to this question is B. This answer is just ridiculous need I say more.  As I explained before, there may have been more eyes that saw the incident than you think. So NEVER keep an incident like that under wraps, it will just come back to bite you.

Police Officer Aptitude Test Practice Questions

Very few of us are happy with our career. Most of us spend our lives in a career because we just fell into it. All too often, a lack of fulfillment and the feeling that we are working because we have to and not because we want to surfaces. With stats like that, it’s even more important to pursue a career that you’ll actually be happy doing for the next 20-25 years.

Don’t be like the majority who sacrifice happiness for a large paycheck. I’ve been a police officer for almost a decade now and although being a cop won’t get me on Forbes 100 list,  I can truly say that I’m satisfied with my career.

If you want to be a police officer, you are going to face an uphill battle. Why? Not everyone is cut out to be a police officer. Many will  apply to become a police officer and won’t be able to pass the police aptitude test, the oral board interview and/or the physical fitness test.

With that being said, I’ve assembled some sample questions to help you prepare for the police officer aptitude test:

Practice police aptitude questions 1 through 5:

1. Both women have made previous complaints, none of which were followed through because of insufficient evidence or strong fear of retaliation by the suspect. The suspect is attempting to intimidate the women and is
known for irrationale behaviour.

Which word in the sentences above is misspelled?

a) insufficient
b) retaliation
c) intimidate
d) irrationale

2. On the night of the accident, coeficient of friction testing was conducted using police transport on a cycloidal
skid mark.

Which word in the sentence above is misspelled?

a) accident
b) coeficient
c) friction
d) cycloidal

3. Which word completes the next sentence?

Once she became a public figure, she had to give __________ her anonymity.

a) about
b) back
c) in
d) up

4. Which words complete the next sentence?

My partner and _____ went to the home and _____ knocking on the door.

a) I, began
b) me, began
c) me, begun
d) I, begun

5. Which of the following is the best definition of the word amendment?

a) cancellation by making invalid or outdated
b) identification by comparison and elimination
c) improvement by revision or correction
d) protection by establishing rules and laws

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Police Sergeant Interview Questions & Answers

As your police officer career hits the 5-10 year mark, you will get the bug to be a shift sergeant. The biggest hurdle after the sergeant examination is the oral board interview. The raters on the panel will not take it easy on you. In fact, if you don’t prepare for the interview, you likely have no chance of success in your pursuit of the position.

The worst thing you can do is show up to your sergeant oral board interview nervous and ill-prepared.  Another thing, please don’t depend on your ability to “wing it” through the interview when there are resources out there to help you. If you go into the interview thinking you are just going to “wing it”, you’ll fail miserably especially because the police sergeant interview is behavior based.

That’s why it’s so important to study up on the sergeant interview beforehand. The best resource available that will help you prepare for the behavioral based interview questions is Robert Lawrence’s Killer Interview Secrets. If you read this interview guide thoroughly, I’m certain the panel will be blown away by some of your answers and as a result, they will be chomping at the bit to hire you.

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In a traditional interview, you can usually get away with somewhat vague, general answers or just tell the panel what you think they want to hear, but behavioral interview questions are very different.

In a behavioral interview,  the oral board  will ask you for very specific examples. They’re going to be asking you for details including names of people, dates, and outcomes. They’ll ask you about lengthy projects you’ve been involved in or how your role evolved, how you handled deadlines, pressures and difficult personalities. They will inquire about how you went about thinking through problems, how you determined what steps to take, and in what order.

Police Sergeant Sample “Behavioral Based” Interview Questions:

  • “Tell me about a high pressure situation you had to handle as a police officer and/or while on patrol. Tell me who was involved, what happened, and what you did to solve problems and come up with a solution.”
  • “Everyone has to make decisions about the balance between personal life and the department’s objectives. When do you feel you’ve had to make personal sacrifices in order to get the job done?”
  • “Tell me about a time when you had to work very hard to achieve a work-related goal and be very specific about what you achieved. How did you start? How did you measure your progress? Did it turn out like you thought it would? How were other people involved?”
  • “Describe a time when you found out that one of your fellow police officers were slacking off, cheating on expenses, stealing, skipping out on work, or not pulling his or her weight? What happened? What did you do?”

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Police Entrance Exam Practice Questions

If you want to become a police officer in the near future there are several exams that you’ll have to successfully pass in order to get hired. One of which is the police officer selection test. The Police Officer Entrance Exam has eight major test categories and each category makes up the sum total of your overall score. If you fail one section of the test, you will fail the entire exam.

In this article, I’m going to discuss some of the test categories that you’ll likely see on the police test. One of which is the basic arithmetic section. Many test takers fail this section not because they cannot add or subtract but because they fail to carefully read the questions.

Here’s just a sample test question that you might see on the basic arithmetic test category. This section consists of you reading a situational event and then you must solve the problem. You won’t be allowed to use a calculator to solve the problem.

Sample Police Test Question #1:

Officer James took a burglary report from the local retail store. The store manager informed Officer James that the following merchandise were stolen including their value:

  1. Sony digital camera $510
  2. Apple laptop computer $550
  3. Computer wireless printer $425
  4. Internet wireless router $225
  5. Apple IPAD computer $500.00

In preparation to type his report, Officer James needs to document the total value of stolen merchandise. What is the total value of stolen goods based on the store manager’s information?


This is just one example of the questions that you may  see on the police officer written test. The basic arithmetic questions above are not very difficult if you carefully read the questions. However, other sections on the test like memory recall, report writing, and situational judgment questions are not as easy. That’s why it’s so important to use a Police Exam Stud Guide as you prepare for the test.

Corrections Officer Example Test Questions and Answers

Do you need to take the Civil Service Corrections Officer Exam at the federal, state, county or local level? Did you know that a Correctional Officer Study Guide can help you pass the test on your first attempt?

Do you know what type of questions, material, and content you will be tested on? Don’t worry, many potential candidates are not aware of what is going to be on the corrections officer civil service exam.

The detention officer entrance examination was designed to measure a potential prospect’s reasoning and judgment capabilities as well as basic common sense needed to work in corrections. It might seem simple, but the last thing a correctional facility wants to do is hire someone who cannot follow directions or cannot communicate.

The corrections officer exam was designed to filter out those individuals that wouldn’t fair well as a jailer or prison guard. One thing that you must  know about the corrections officer test is the exam is made up of eight major test categories. Each section of the test will combine to make up your overall score. If you do well on one section but fail the other, you won’t get a satisfactory score.

Let’s take a peak at one of the sections on the correctional officer test, “writing clarity or writing skills.” Below is a practice test question; make sure that you read the question carefully before selecting your answer.

Section Directions:

Look at the sample item below. A sentence is presented with some of the words underlined. Four alternative words or phrases are listed to replace the underlined words. Select the word or phrase from the list that results in the most clearly written sentence. Mark your answer (A, B, C,or D) on the answer sheet.

Test Question #1:

If, in the event that the weapon is found, it should be analyzed.

A. If, in the event that
B. If
C. Now
D. Since if
The correct answer is option B because it provides the most clearly stated sentence, so B is marked on the sample answer sheet. This section of the test is not hard, but you can stumble and fail it if you don’t pay attention to the question.

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3 Methods of Preparing for the Police Test

Wouldn’t it be great if there was one and only one police entrance exam for every department in the nation? However, as many of you know, that’s just not the case. Every police agency has different requirements and different attributes they are looking for in an employee, which means you could take a dozen police entrance exams and none of them would look the same. So how in the world do you properly prepare for an exam that you might not see until you sit down to take it? Here are three basic ideas to keep in mind so you can do to improve your chances of passing any police test.

IMPORTANT MESSAGE: Although the police exam varies from agency to agency, I encourage every applicant to at least look over a police exam study guide beforehand.

Work on Your Reading Comprehension

Police examiners want to know that you are capable of reading a paragraph and then explaining what you just read. Nothing improves your reading comprehension better than actually reading. Read fiction, non-fiction, newspapers, magazines, or anything that is well-written and requires concentration. Your best friend’s MySpace blog or the local sports scores don’t count. You also need to be able to write about what you’ve read. Pick a good book, like Ben Sherwood’s The Survivors Club. Read a chapter at a time and ask yourself questions. Make sure to write these questions down or write a summary of what each chapter meant to you. After this, go back and read that chapter again. Police agencies want to know that you can not only read, but that you can remember and utilize what you’ve just read.

Refresh Your Basic Math and Intellectual Skills

Most police tests will include some form of mathematical equation. This could include measuring an accident scene or figuring out staffing levels for a certain size community. Again, the examiner isn’t interested in finding out if you’re an accountant; they want to know if you can logically apply basic skills. Cops have to know a little about a lot of things; math is one of them. Studying math also helps structure your reasoning skills, so if x = 17 + [(5×12)/3], what is the value of x?

Be a Good Test-Taker

This is a skill that most people have to study for and work at. Practice controlled breathing and other relaxation techniques. Remember, anxiety is a performance killer when it comes to taking tests; don’t let a difficult question hinder your progress. If you don’t readily know the answer, move on and come back to that it later. You’ll be surprised how often the answer comes to you while working on another question. Make sure you read each question carefully. Many times you are able to pull part of the answer from the question itself. Police departments are looking to see if you are logical, observant, and can think critically, that’s why they “test” you.

Only about 30% of police test takers will pass the first test they take. Like any law enforcement survival skill, testing takes practice. Try to find out as much as you can about the type of test you’ll be taking, what the agency is looking for in a candidate, and if there is a study guide available. Just do what you’d do if you’re on the range or on the mats– practice, practice, practice! Good luck! Oh yeah, the answer is 37.

Here’s a list, by rank, of the toughest cities to be a police officer:

Rank City
1 New York
2 Los Angeles
3 Chicago
4 Houston
5 Phoenix
6 Philadelphia d[›]
7 San Antonio
8 San Diego
9 Dallas
10 San Jose
11 Detroit
12 San Francisco
13 Jacksonville
14 Indianapolis e[›]
15 Austin
16 Columbus
17 Fort Worth
18 Charlotte
19 Memphis
20 Boston d[›]
21 Baltimore f[›]
22 El Paso
23 Seattle
24 Denver
25 Nashville e[›]
26 Milwaukee
27 Washington
28 Las Vegas
29 Louisville e[›]
30 Portland
31 Oklahoma City
32 Tucson
33 Atlanta
34 Albuquerque
35 Kansas City d[›]
36 Fresno
37 Mesa
38 Sacramento
39 Long Beach
40 Omaha
41 Virginia Beach f[›]
42 Miami
43 Cleveland
44 Oakland
45 Raleigh
46 Colorado Springs
47 Tulsa
48 Minneapolis
49 Arlington
50 Honolulu b[›]
51 Wichita
52 St. Louis f[›]
53 New Orleans d[›]
54 Tampa
55 Santa Ana
56 Anaheim
57 Cincinnati
58 Bakersfield
59 Aurora
60 Toledo
61 Pittsburgh
62 Riverside
63 Lexington
64 Stockton
65 Corpus Christi
66 Anchorage
67 St. Paul
68 Newark
69 Plano
70 Buffalo
71 Henderson
72 Fort Wayne
73 Greensboro
74 Lincoln
75 Glendale
76 Chandler
77 St. Petersburg
78 Jersey City
79 Scottsdale
80 Orlando
81 Madison
82 Norfolk f[›]
83 Birmingham
84 Winston-Salem
85 Durham
86 Laredo
87 Lubbock
88 Baton Rouge
89 North Las Vegas
90 Chula Vista
91 Chesapeake f[›]
92 Gilbert
93 Garland
94 Reno
95 Hialeah
96 Arlington c[›]
97 Irvine
98 Rochester
99 Akron
100 Boise
101 Irving
102 Fremont
103 Richmond f[›]
104 Spokane
105 Modesto
106 Montgomery
107 Yonkers
108 Des Moines
109 Tacoma
110 Shreveport
111 San Bernardino
112 Fayetteville
113 Glendale
114 Augusta e[›]
115 Grand Rapids
116 Huntington Beach
117 Mobile
118 Newport News f[›]
119 Little Rock
120 Moreno Valley
121 Columbus
122 Amarillo
123 Fontana
124 Oxnard
125 Knoxville
126 Fort Lauderdale
127 Salt Lake City
128 Worcester d[›]
129 Huntsville
130 Tempe
131 Brownsville
132 Jackson
133 Overland Park
134 Aurora
135 Oceanside
136 Tallahassee
137 Providence
138 Rancho Cucamonga
139 Ontario
140 Chattanooga
141 Santa Clarita
142 Garden Grove
143 Vancouver
144 Grand Prairie
145 Peoria
146 Sioux Falls
147 Springfield
148 Santa Rosa
149 Rockford
150 Springfield
151 Salem
152 Port St. Lucie
153 Cape Coral
154 Dayton
155 Eugene
156 Pomona
157 Corona
158 Alexandria f[›]
159 Joliet
160 Pembroke Pines
161 Paterson
162 Pasadena
163 Lancaster
164 Hayward
165 Salinas
166 Hampton f[›]
167 Palmdale
168 Pasadena
169 Naperville
170 Kansas City
171 Hollywood
172 Lakewood
173 Torrance
174 Escondido
175 Fort Collins
176 Syracuse
177 Bridgeport
178 Orange
179 Cary
180 Elk Grove
181 Savannah
182 Sunnyvale
183 Warren
184 Mesquite
185 Fullerton
186 McAllen
187 Columbia
188 Carrollton
189 Cedar Rapids
190 McKinney
191 Sterling Heights
192 Bellevue
193 Coral Springs
194 Waco
195 Elizabeth
196 West Valley City
197 Clarksville
198 Topeka
199 Hartford
200 Thousand Oaks
201 New Haven
202 Denton
203 Concord
204 Visalia
205 Olathe
206 El Monte
207 Independence d[›]
208 Stamford
209 Simi Valley
210 Provo
211 Killeen
212 Springfield
213 Thornton
214 Abilene
215 Gainesville
216 Evansville
217 Roseville
218 Charleston
219 Peoria
220 Athens e[›]
221 Lafayette
222 Vallejo
223 Lansing
224 Ann Arbor
225 Inglewood
226 Santa Clara
227 Flint
228 Victorville
229 Costa Mesa
230 Beaumont
231 Miami Gardens
232 Manchester
233 Westminster
234 Miramar
235 Norman
236 Cambridge
237 Midland
238 Arvada
239 Allentown
240 Elgin
241 Waterbury
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