Police Interview Practice Questions For Recruits
If you are interested in becoming a police officer, the single most important advice I can give you right now is to get prepared for the police oral board interview. Why? Because the police interview process is the single most important phase of the hiring process. If you do well there, you’ll most likely get offered the position.
In contrast, if you totally bomb the oral exam then you will get a notice in the mail informing you that you are no longer being considered as a possible candidate. It’s really that simple. The hiring panel puts a lot of emphasis on how well you handle stressful questions during the oral interview. That’s the main reason why you’ll be quizzed on numerous scenario base questions during the interview.
Here’s one practice question that you might be asked during the oral board interview.
Practice interview questions for police officers #1:
1.) You are traveling northbound when you notice a red vehicle speeding. When you stop the vehicle, you realized that the violator is your mother?
What would you do in this instance since the violator is your mother?
This question is more so to see if you are going to be honest or not. The panel is normally comprised of veteran cops and they know that you won’t give your own mother a citation in real life so don’t tell them that you will.
The best way to answer this interview question is to inform the panel that you wouldn’t cite your own mother, but you would explain to her not to speed anymore, and that she is putting you in a bad position.
In conclusion, the best way to prepare yourself mentally for the police oral board is to review a lot of practice interview questions consistently a couple weeks before the actual interview.