Hi, the following is a police interview question
asked of a candidate before the police oral board.
It’s a typical police job interview question. This is part of the selection process for
police officers. It’s a police scenario questions and is
an example of the interview questions for law enforcement candidates.
You’ve conducted a traffic stop and you’re in the middle of issuing a traffic citation
when a violent crime in progress in your assigned area comes over the radio.
What course of action would you take? Well, the citation is important, sir.
I can’t just let this driver off. An offence has been committed, and if I let
the guy off, that’ll set a bad precedent. The driver will be encouraged to break the
law in the future. You know, speed or drive through a stop sign,
get caught and the cop will let me off the hook.
After finishing the citation, I’d proceed immediately to the scene of the crime.
I’m sure others would have responded before me.
How do you think that went? No way I’m letting this driver off.
I’m not going to give him a lucky break. How do you think that went?
Do you think that was a good answer? You’ve conducted a traffic stop and you’re
in the middle of issuing a traffic citation when a violent crime in progress in your assigned
area comes over the radio. What course of action would you take?
I’d immediately stop writing the citation, sir.
I’d quickly warn the driver about the offence he or she just committed.
Tell them to drive safely. And let them go.
Then I’d then rush to the violent crime in progress.
Since it’s a violent crime, there’s a good chance someone could be hurt, or worse.
Protecting someone’s life is far more important and takes priority over a traffic citation.
How do you think that reply went? The police interview questions and answers
here is typical of what is asked at a police oral board.
It’s a typical police scenario questions. The police scenario question and answer is
based on Mark Denton’s guide to the police oral board interview.
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