Hi, the police oral board consists of police
interview questions and answers. In this case, to be specific, a police scenario
question and answer. These police interview questions are part
of the police officer selection process. The question in this video is typical of the
questions to ask a police officer candidate. You and a fellow officer are eating lunch
at a local restaurant. When you’ve finished eating, and ask for
the bill, the waitress tells you it’s free. And you are not charged.
What would you do? A free meal, sir?
I might ask if she made a mistake. Well, on the other hand, it would make sense.
We’re here to keep the area safe, and they obviously appreciate it.
I’m not going to argue with her. I’d give her a big smile and leave quickly.
Why make a fuss? It’ll improve our relationship with the
restaurant. Jeez, take it when it comes.
It’s just a meal, no big deal. They’re just being friendly.
Police are supposed to maintain good relations with the public they serve.
I think that was a good reply. What do you think of my reply?
You and a fellow officer are eating lunch at a local restaurant.
When you’ve finished eating, and ask for the bill, the waitress tells you it’s free.
And you are not charged. What would you do?
I’d thank the waitress, sir. And then I’ll let her know that a free meal
isn’t necessary. And that I’d prefer to pay.
If she insists, I’d leave enough money to cover my half of the bill.
And leave. I can see where the restaurant is coming from.
However, accepting gratuities will shed a bad light on the department and the profession.
It’ll lead to problems down the road. If my partner doesn’t pay his half, I’d
speak to him outside the restaurant. To see if he’ll change his mind and pay
for his food. If he doesn’t pay, and takes the freebie,
I’ll let my supervisor know. Do you think that was a better reply?
What you’ve just seen is quite typical of law enforcement interview questions asked
during the police oral board. It’s among the common police interview questions,
the questions to ask a police officer candidate. This police officer interview question here
is based on Mark Denton’s guide entitled Ace Your Police Oral Board Interview.
This downloadable guide says 100% pass guarantee. However, no one can guarantee a civil service
job. As it also depends on the competition from
the other candidates. And how well they are prepared.
Nevertheless I still recommend this guide. The guide is well written and will definitely
improve your interview performance. And it’s backed by a 60 day no questions
asked full refund guarantee. To learn more about this guide to the police
oral board interview, just click the link below this video.
Or go to PoliceOral.com. To see the other videos in this series, click
the link right here. This is a clickable link.
It takes you to where you can find the other six videos in this police questions and answers
series. Best wishes in preparing for your police oral
board questions. I wish you every success at the interview.
Your badge may just be one good interview performance away.