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Police Officers Guide

Author : John McGrath
ISBN : 152273936X
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Being a Police officer is an extraordinary job done by extraordinary people. This edition introduces and updates key concepts behind modern policing. The book is for both full-time regular police officers and special constables, covering the training and expectations for both roles along with entrance requirements. Updated and revised for 2015 the book now contains more offences including traffic offences, MoPI, Cyber Crime, RTC, updates to training, application process including latest four competency questions, constable's pay scale to name a few. Bringing the book right up to date with the latest police concepts and procedures.
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Police Tests

Author : Richard McMunn
ISBN : 9781907558115
Genre : Police
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Paramedic Interview Questions And Answers

Author : Richard McMunn
ISBN : 9781907558344
Genre : Emergency medical technicians
File Size : 34.10 MB
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"The ultimate guide to anyone who is serious about passing the selection interview for becoming a Paramedic. It contains lots of sample interview questions and answers to assist you during your preparation and provides advice on how to gain higher scores. Created in conjunction with serving Paramedics, this comprehensive guide includes: How to prepare for the interview to ensure success. Gaining higher scores in order to improve career opportunities. Sample interview questions. Answers to the interview questions. Insider tips and advice. Advice from serving Paramedics."--back cover.
Category: Emergency medical technicians

How To Pass The Police Initial Recruitment Test

Author : Ken Thomas
ISBN : 0749421347
Genre : Police
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This text describes the written test that forms part of the selection process for the police forces of England and Wales, also providing ample practice material on verbal usage, checking, number problems, and verbal logical reasoning. It also suggests how to practice observation skills, which are tested on video during selection procedures.
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Perspectives On Bias In Mental Testing

Author : Cecil Reynolds
ISBN : 9781468446586
Genre : Psychology
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The cultural-test-bias hypothesis is one of the most important scien tific questions facing psychology today. Briefly, the cultural-test-bias hypothesis contends that all observed group differences in mental test scores are due to a built-in cultural bias of the tests themselves; that is, group score differences are an artifact of current psychomet ric methodology. If the cultural-test-bias hypothesis is ultimately shown to be correct, then the 100 years or so of psychological research on human differences (or differential psychology, the sci entific discipline underlying all applied areas of human psychology including clinical, counseling, school, and industrial psychology) must be reexamined and perhaps dismissed as confounded, contam inated, or otherwise artifactual. In order to continue its existence as a scientific discipline, psychology must confront the cultural-test-bias hypothesis from the solid foundations of data and theory and must not allow the resolution of this issue to occur solely within (and to be determined by) the political Zeitgeist of the times or any singular work, no matter how comprehensive. In his recent volume Bias in Mental Testing (New York: Free Press, 1980), Arthur Jensen provided a thorough review of most of the empirical research relevant to the evaluation of cultural bias in psychological and educational tests that was available at the time that his book was prepared. Nevertheless, Jensen presented only one per spective on those issues in a volume intended not only for the sci entific community but for intelligent laypeople as well.
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