Barron's How to Prepare for the Police Sergeant Examination

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Barron's Educational Series, Aug 1, 1986 - Political Science - 274 pages
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Revised and updated, this manual prepares police officers to take any of the various exams given throughout the country to qualify for promotion to the rank and responsibilities of police sergeant. A diagnostic test and three full-length practice exams are presented with answers and explanations. Subject review sections cover data analysis, police science, and community policing programs. Added features include brief practice-and-review quizzes and police assessment exercises with explained answers that are based on tests given by major police departments across the United States.

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Contents

About the Police Sergeant Exam
3
How to Maximize Your Test Score
7
PART TWO General Skills
15
Copyright

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Schroeder, Adjunct Professor, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, Senior Instructor, REMS Tutorial, Exam Preparation Specialists. Former Commanding Officer, 81st Police Precinct, New York City Police Department.

Lombardo, Deputy Inspector (retired), New York City Police Department. Adjunct Professor, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, Former Commanding Officer, 30th Police Precinct, New York City Police Department.

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