Virtually anyone and everyone that interviews for a position in law enforcement wants to walk away feeling that their interview carried a sense of passion.
After all, passion is loosely defined by many as a strength coupled with sufficiently acquired intelligence and skill.
To support my point, consider this sentence. “He had a passion for mountain climbing.”
Surely anyone that had a passion for this type of hobby would likely be pretty darn good at it, and would have certainly acquired the knowledge and skills necessary to pull it off without falling to his death.
So, why not claim that your passion is chasing bad guys and putting them behind bars?
A Passionate Interview
I recently perused an article dedicated to general interviews (as opposed to the very unique interview that we call the law enforcement oral board) and with great interest read a sample question posed by the author of the article.
The question was, quite simply, [Read more…]