3 the agency should have an equal employment

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3. The agency should have an equal employment opportunity plan. 4. The agency should advertise as an equal opportunity employer on all employment applications and recruitment advertisements. 5. The agency’s recruitment literature, if any, should depict women and minorities in law enforcement roles.
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When it comes to the selection process, it is a very grueling process and is also a very competitive area. There are a lot to determine about a person to see if they are qualified to do the task that will be assigned to them. They will also have to go through an interview process that will evaluate the person’s mental and psychological status. This will let the interviews know if a hostile situation happens if the person will be able to cope with the stress. When it comes to how agencies do their selection process many use a series of exams. The Bureau of Justice Statistics reports, that many police stations use this process. The percents from these different processes are based on how they will affect the outcome of the selection process. Written aptitude testing (43 percent) Personal interview (96 percent) Physical agility (44 percent) Polygraph exam ((21 percent) Voice stress analyzer (2 percent)
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