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#1 AKSK

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Posted 16 October 2012 - 05:38 AM

Hi

my first post in a long time. Actually sInce before I went on the initial assessment day over 5 years ago....

Anyway, time has passed and as it happens I have got myself a board for a DC position on local CID. This will be my first interview as I seem to have always found myself on attachments.

Please can anyone offer ANY advice on good board techniques, ANY good examples of things/processes to mention and some clever lines which might just get me the few extra points needed to pass.

Also if anyone knows of standard questions which come up time and time again....?
Please, any suggestions welcomed no matter how obvious.

Thanks in advance.



#2 sykes

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Posted 16 October 2012 - 04:48 PM

I think the clue is in your question its local , as every station appears to have different criteria your much better off speaking to either a DS or DI on the team you want to join they know what they want , what the local procedure is and there nothing to say to cant ask for advice and coaching, also worth remembering if you want to be detective showing a bit of interest and self motivation to your prospective supervisors can onye be a good idea

#3 GeorgeH

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Posted 09 November 2012 - 09:50 PM

Good luck.

I am not a cop but I have over thirty years of investigative experience. Working up a case involves a different set of skills than what you would use in uniformed patrol. The devil is in the details.

#4 deggs79

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Posted 10 November 2012 - 10:14 AM

Good luck.

I am not a cop but I have over thirty years of investigative experience. Working up a case involves a different set of skills than what you would use in uniformed patrol. The devil is in the details.



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