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1. Police Career
Law enforcement pre-employment books and services. Have helped thousands of police applicants significantly improve their law enforcement employment chances using free and low cost books, disks, résumé and employment services.
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2. Police Employment
Employment, testing and interviewing information for state and federal police careers.
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3. Police Recruitment and Retention
The law enforcement personnel recruit recruitment, officer hiring and staff retention seminar workshop was developed as a result of a California and national research project on public safety officer recruiting, hiring screening, and turnover issues.
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4. CHP Recruiting
California Highway Patrol recruiting, jobs, employement.
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