POLICE OFFICER EXAM INFORMATION
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FREE Informational Seminar – On Thursday, November 2, 2017, at 6:00 p.m. (Manahawkin, NJ Location) and Tuesday, November 7, 2017, at 8:00 p.m. (Toms River, NJ Location), Dr. David A. Paprota, Ed.D. (Chief of Police, Ret.) will be conducting FREE informational seminars for candidates interested in learning more about the type of exams used for entry-level law enforcement hiring in New Jersey.
NOTE: The previously scheduled 5:30 p.m. session in Toms River is FULL (Closed), so an 8:00 p.m. session has been added for Tuesday, November 7, 2017.
Each participant will receive valuable information and a complimentary booklet of sample questions to gain an understanding of what it takes to succeed in the entry-level police hiring or the highly competitive “Alternate Route Program” processes in New Jersey. Both Ocean and Atlantic counties just announced competitive testing processes for training slots in each police academy under the Alternate Route Program.
In addition to training candidates for police officer positions throughout the country, Dr. Paprota has been conducting guest lectures at various colleges and universities. He has experienced first hand that the majority of candidates who aspire to become police officers are completely unfamiliar with the varying types of competitive written tests used for both hiring and for the “Alternate Route Program.” Furthermore, almost universally, candidates express a deep desire to become law enforcement officers, yet seem unaware of what it takes to actually get on the job. Dr. Paprota (Chief of Police – Ret.) will address the most relevant testing and hiring issues from both the perspective of a psychometric testing specialist and through his years of experience as a Chief of Police. A special focus will be placed on the “Chief’s Exam” process and the specific types of exams used for non-civil service testing. These sessions are purposely timed and located considering that the Atlantic County Police Academy and the Ocean County Police Academy have announced their competitive testing processes for the “Alternate Route Program.”
Seating is very limited and the sessions will undoubtedly fill up, so do not delay completing the below form to register for one of the two sessions.