This course includes:
2 full length online practice exams.
Practice exams are in the same question structure, length and design of the actual OACP exam.
The OACP exam was designed to identify candidates who have the cognitive skills to use sound practical judgment in police situations and who are capable of writing meaningful and credible police incident reports. The exam is broken into two major sections, starting with Section A, consists of 44 questions which measure: spelling, vocabulary, punctuation, and grammar. Section B consists of 30 questions and is based on Police Problem- Solving. This section contains descriptions of situations that are relevant to the work of police officers.
Each situation is followed by a series of multiple-choice questions that require you to identify the best response or course of action.