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  • Top 7 Police dispatcher interview questions answersPolice interview questions - Page 1 of 15
  • 1. Why did you choose the Police dispatcher career?Take a review on the following example:“There are fewer and fewer people in theworld ready themselves to fight evil for thesake of the society, which should be awork of honor and conscience. I would liketo do something like that, something like alawman can do to protect the security andsafety of the society.” Remember do notsound too much hyped-up when speakinglike this.And why the Police dispatcher? But notothers like a politician? You can answerthis like Police dispatcher is your careerchoice because people need protectionfrom evils and crimes in the world and youurge for the safety and security of thesociety in a direct and positive manner.Police interview questions - Page 2 of 15
  • 2. Tell us about your qualifications or academicqualifications?Now, how will you deal with this question? First, youhave to know the story of a Police dispatcher: youhave to complete a training course in a policeacademy and get certificate before being able tobecome a Police dispatcher. Then, you have to knowthat being a Police dispatcher doesn’t mean you arealready good yet. You have to fight crimes andaction against the laws, you are required tocontinuously improve yourself to be able to remain inthe police squad.A Police dispatcher can be classified into twogroups: intelligence (desk-job) or action (street-walking). If you have a special intelligence talent orbelong to academic education background, youshould choose the first rather than the second. It willbe more effective and useful if you are working as adesk Police dispatcher.Police interview questions - Page 3 of 15
  • 3. Do you have any police record?A police record means you have made acrime or violation action before. So, does itaffect on your chance of becoming a Policedispatcher or the success of your interview?Yes, it does! So how do you fix it? how doyou handle the question?If you do not have any police record, theproblem will become nothing; instead, it willonly do good for you. But on the contrary, ifyou have one, don’t try to hide it from theinterviewer. Be straight about your mistakein the past and show that you are nowaware of your action and have done manything to improve yourself. Don’t be too muchworried about the fact that you have made aviolation of law in the past; instead,emphasizing on your effort of improving tocorrect such an act.Police interview questions - Page 4 of 15
  • 4. Give us one example where you did not lose your coolin spite of the circumstances?You should clarify yourunderstanding that being a Policedispatcher can be quite a hard joband require a calm and composedmind as well as a lot of patience.You should know that a singlemisdoing by a mere Policedispatcher can ruin or, at least,negatively affect on the reputationand reliability of the police force.First, you emphasize theimportance of remaining yourcoolness in police job, then youmay give any example which youappreciate the most. That shall bethe best answer for you.Police interview questions - Page 5 of 15
  • 5. Do You Have A Criminal Record?A Police dispatcher with acriminal record is just a dream ora wish of a day-dreamer. But itdoes not mean that the criminalsgive up trying, so that thisquestion will always be the basicin any Police dispatcherinterviews. It is the easy questionwith any applicants who have nocriminal record.Police interview questions - Page 6 of 15
  • 6. What are your career goals for Police dispatcher?a. The reasons of this question:This question will test your ability andambition to develop yourself as well asthe ability to plan for the future.b. Levels of career goals:• You are not sure about your goals, thenanswer: I’m rather busy with my dutiesand goals of the Company; as a result, Ihaven’t focused much on my long-termpersonal goals.Police interview questions - Page 7 of 15
  • 6. What are your career goals for Police dispatcher? -continue• You have goals not or very little relatingto the current job: For example, you areapplying for a sales manager, but yourcareer goal is to become the head ofmarketing department in the next 5 years.• Current job oriented career goals: Forexample, you are working as a salesmanager, you goal is to become the areasales manager in the next 2 years and inthe next 5 years, you will be the regionalsales manager.Useful source: list of 50 career goalsPolice interview questions - Page 8 of 15
  • 7. What are your biggest strengths?This question will help polishing yourqualification to the requirements of theemployer.1. Steps to answer this question:a) Identify which you are good at:• Knowledge;• Experience;• Skills;• Abilities.b) Prepare a list of your strong pointsc) Review the recruitment requirements:You should review carefully therecruitment requirements to know forsure which requirements are the mostimportant to the employer.Police interview questions - Page 9 of 15
  • 7. What are your biggest strengths? - continued) Make a list of your strong points inyour resume/cover letter:List and describe your strong points inyour resume and cover letter orderly.You should make descriptions to thosepoints in your resume.e) Prepare persuasive answers to thequestion of the employer about strongpoints:You do not only state your strong pointsto the employer but must also provideevidence for them by references orrecords attached with your applicationform.Useful source: List of strong pointsPolice interview questions - Page 10 of 15
  • 8. What do you know about this organization?This question is one reason to do someresearch on the organization before theinterview. Find out where they havebeen and where they are going. Whatare the current issues and who are themajor players?Sample answers:1. A good organization with perfectmanagement. I heard that in thisorganization i can gain knowledge andgood atmosphere.Police interview questions - Page 11 of 15
  • 8. What do you know about this organization? - continue2. If its for a good renowned companythen its better to go through thecompany website and know what’s thecompany profile and what’s theirachievements/successes and branches& other details.3. According to me this is one of the bestcompany. It has a good Environment,We feel good working in companies,which has good growth in the ITIndustries. This Organization has all thequalities like good growth, goodEnvironment, maintaining a best level inthe IT Industries, etc.Police interview questions - Page 12 of 15
  • 9. What have you done to improve your Police dispatcherknowledge in the last year?a. Answer tips• Try to include improvement activitiesthat relate to the job. A wide variety ofactivities can be mentioned as positiveself-improvement. Have some good oneshandy to mention.• Employers look for applicants who aregoal-oriented. Show a desire forcontinuous learning by listing hobbiesnon-work related. Regardless of whathobbies you choose to showcase,remember that the goal is to prove self-sufficiency, time management, andmotivation.Police interview questions - Page 13 of 15
  • 9. What have you done to improve your Police dispatcherknowledge in the last year?- continueb. Answer samples• Every one should learn from hismistake. I always try to consult mymistakes with my kith and kin especiallywith elderly and experienced person.• I enrolled myself into a course useful forthe next version of our current project. Iattended seminars on personaldevelopment and managerial skillsimprovement.Police interview questions - Page 14 of 15
  • Useful interview materials• 80 police interview questions• Top 10 interview secrets to win every job interview• 13 types of interview questions and how to face them• Top 12 common mistakes in job interviewsPolice interview questions - Page 15 of 15