Monday, April 2, 2012

Physical Agility Test

Last Friday marked the March Physical Agility Test/Entry Level Assessment Exam administered by the Warner Robins Police Department.

13 applicants came out to the Warner Robins Police Department Training Center to take the test.  13 passed the physical test.   4 of the 13 passed the written assessment and will continue on in the hiring process.

Each month applicants who want to become a Warner Robins Police Officer must complete and pass the Physical Agility Test/Written Assessment Test.  It is the second step in the hiring process.  This is a timed test containing a series of practical movements and challenges that a police officer would experience during the performance of their duties.  Applicants must successfully complete this pass/fail test in 56 seconds or less.

After the successful completion of the physical test - applicants are required to take a timed written exam that tests basic skills of reading and writing, and measures a variety of other skills to include judgement, problem solving, motivation, interpersonal skills and communication skills.

Applicants who successfully complete the physical and written examinations will be eligible to continue to the next step in the hiring process.

Learn more about the hiring process to become a Warner Robins Police Department Officer.

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