Police Promotion

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Police Promotion is referred to as the National Police Promotion framework (NPPF) has been introduced for Police Constables looking to be promoted to the rank of Sergeant and Inspector.

Can Police Hour help me get Promoted to the Rank of Sergeant or Inspector?

Police Hour understand officers want to get ahead of the and get promoted within the police. We understand it can be very difficult to fit everything in to your normal times, shifts and family life.

That is why we have teamed up with Police Promotion Coach Steve Cooper to help up be selected and help you towards achieving Rank Success.

Police How has worked with Steve Cooper and Rank Success to bring you lots of free police promotion content which we believe will help you prepare for your police promotions board.

What is Rank Success?

Rank Success supports police officers aspiring for promotion across England & Wales, Scotland and PSNI. … This support includes police career-focused coaching, mentoring, ‘how-to’ guides and Promotion Masterclasses. All aimed to help officers get it right first time.

How do i get promoted in the police?

The simple answer is it is all about the hard work and preparation you are prepared to put in. Preparing is not cheating and there is nothing to be ashamed of to say you’ve researched and got yourself ready for police promotion.

It’s a FACT that most people who have been successful at promotion broads have had preparation help and it’s also a FACT that most of them will never tell you.

Police Constables are still required to complete The Objective Structured Performance Related Examination Part 1 (OSPRE).

The change was introduced by The Police (Promotion) Regulations 1996 which was amended and removed the Objective Structured Performance Related Examination (OSPRE) Part II for the rank of Constables to Sergeant and Sergeant to Inspectors.

The NPPF allows promotion and a professional qualification in police management once a number of steps have been completed.

  • You must be competent within your current role.
  • Have a working understanding of the relevant law to your role, assessed within a three-hour multiple choice examination.
  • You will be required to complete a competency based assessment which has been created and delivered by your force.
  • You’ll be promoted for 12 months you will be offered developed and be assessed against the National Occupation Standards (NOS).