John Douglas's Guide to the Police Officer Exams

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Kaplan Publishing, May 3, 2011 - Study Aids - 408 pages
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Fully revised and updated guide by nationally known law enforcement figure John Douglas.

Demand for police officers is at an all-time high, and is expected to grow as much as 35 percent by 2012. With over 100,000 police exams currently administered annually, it is vital that prospective officers get the necessary training to pass the test and move on to law enforcement careers. This fully revised and updated edition of John Douglas’s Guide to the Police Officer Exams is a crucial tool for students preparing for the test.

John Douglas’s Guide to the Police Officer Exams features:
  • Tips for managing the application process
  • Review and strategies for the written test
  • Insights and guidance from veteran officers on the selection process
  • Full-length diagnostic test
  • Math review section
  • Updated information about careers in the police force
  • Revised full-length practice tests

John Douglas’s Guide to the Police Officer Exams is the only guide on the market written by John Douglas, a national author and authoritative law enforcement figure.

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About the author (2011)

John Douglas, a highly regarded figure in the field of law enforcement, founded and ran the FBI’s Investigative Support Unit for 15 years before serving an additional ten years as an FBI field agent and recruiter. He is the author of several books about famous FBI cases and was the inspiration for the character of Jack Crawford in Silence of the Lambs and Red Dragon. Douglas lives in New York City.

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