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  1. police exam on December

    Definitely mate it's a stressful process. I passed in 2010 right before the recruitment process became mor difficult. I'd like to say it's worth it in the end...it wasn't for me. But I hope it is for you. Policing was once a brotherhood, a calling for some people, a fantastic career. For most now it's just a job, a way of paying the bills. Sent from my GT-I9505 using Tapatalk
  2. police exam on December

    Bit different to what I did then. Mine was only a 1 day assessment centre. 1 written exam, 1 verbal reasoning exam, 1 numerical, 4 role plays and an interview. I then had a final interview at a later date. Sent from my GT-I9505 using Tapatalk
  3. police exam on December

    You will do fine. I've passed the test many times without training. A lot of people fail because they panic and don't breath properly. But it's good that your building your fitness up. You may need that if you decide to go onto ops at a later date. Sent from my GT-I9505 using Tapatalk
  4. police exam on December

    Mate it may be different but I know northumbria, durham and civil nuclear are 15 metres. Double check on their website. If it doesn't say just practice 20 metres then if it turns out to be less...bonus! Sent from my GT-I9505 using Tapatalk
  5. police exam on December

    The bleep test is level 5.4 and is usually 15 metres. With regards to the written exams get a book called police oracle. It has practice questions in. The exams are not difficult but just time constricted. For your final interview research the force you are applying for to see what it topical. Good luck. Sent from my GT-I9505 using Tapatalk
  6. transfer to canada

    Hey I'm a serving police officer in the UK and want to transfer to Vancouver. Unfortunately they do not accept transfers outside of the UK so u would have to go through the whole recruitment process. Can anyone advise me if I should go for the permanent residency card or skilled work visa. Any advice is welcome Sent from my GT-I9505 using Tapatalk
  7. Pc wanting to emigrate

    Hey can anyone advise me on here. I'm a serving police officer in UK and want to move to Vancouver. I've done some research and I can apply to VPD but I need permanent residency first. I've looked at the skilled visa section and the only reason I don't qualify is the English language exam which can only be took at approved test centre's in Canada. Either way I will have to visit Canada to either take this test or to collect a permanent residency card if I'm successful. Which is the best to go for? Any advice is welcome. Sent from my GT-I9505 using Tapatalk
  8. Transfer to canada

    Hello, I'm currently serving in Northumnria Police and have only 2.5 years as a cop with a further 6 years experience as a civilian. My first choice is the US. California is where my heart lies however unless I quit my job, just move out there and try to find a sponsor getting a green card is nearly impossible for me. So my second choice is Canada. I would like to transfer but would like some advice. Are there any UK cops who have transfered to Canada or anyone with knowledge of the process? Sent from my GT-I9505 using Tapatalk
  9. initial post

    This is my mandatory initial post before I ask advice around transferring to Canada as a UK cop.
  10. Welcome to Police UK Forum Logan88 :)