How to Become a German Police Officer is the ultimate guide to becoming a police officer in Germany. Covering a range of areas from the different police agencies throughout the country (State, Federal and Bundestagspolizei), to selection criteria, practice assessment tests, fitness and mock interview questions, this guide has everything you need to improve your chances of being employed as a police officer. Written and created by a multi award-winning and leading recruitment and educational publisher, this comprehensive workbook contains: - An explanation for each of the different police services, with guidance on which might be right for you; - Advice on starting your application and getting on the right track; - A step-by-step guide to the selection criteria and application process; - What the assessors are looking for throughout your application; - An array of sample test questions for the assessment centre; - Sample interview questions and tips for passing the police officer interview.
Author: Peter Cox
Release Date: 2010-06-07
Genre: Social Science
This practical and accessible book is an essential purchase for anyone applying to become a police officer. With competition for jobs increasing, thorough preparation prior to assessment is more important than ever. This book is full of clear advice and guidance as well as providing essential practice in all areas of the recruitment process, from completing the application form, excelling at the written and verbal exercises, to passing the psychometric tests. Carefully structured around the seven core competencies assessed during recruitment, the book reinforces the skills and understandings necessary to become a police officer while increasing individual confidence and competence.
Author: Herbert Asbury
Release Date: 2008
Traces the history of the gangs that once terrorized the Bowery, Hell's Kitchen, and Five Points sections of New York, and offers brief profiles of the most influential gang leaders, including Dandy Johnny Dolan, Kit Burns, and Edward Delaney. Reprint. 17,500 first printing.