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Expanded oral board syllabus, with new dynamic answer analysis of each problem.
Additional full-length exam included (inc. timer / explained answers).
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Anchorage is Alaska’s largest city, with 288,000 residents calling the place home. In fact, Alaska’s sparse population means that the city’s metropolitan area actually houses nearly half of the total state population, spread across a strip of coastal lowland extending up the lower slopes of the Chugach Mountains.
Despite being Alaska’s principle city, Anchorage still retains a frontier, wilderness feel. Moose and reindeer roam the streets and backyards, and the city’s extensive parks, trails and outdoor spaces can be enjoyed under the light of the midnight sun during the long, bright summer evenings.
Aside from tourism, Anchorage, and Alaska in general are heavily tied to the oil industry and the military. Elmendorf Air Force Base, Fort Richardson Army Post, and Kulis Air National Guard base employ 8,500 military personnel and their families.
Although Anchorage is undoubtably a cold place to live in winter, this doesn’t stop residents from enjoying a thriving arts scene, hundreds of top tier restaurants and a walkable, friendly downtown area.
The Anchorage Police Department is the largest police force in Alaska. The department dates back to early 1921, when “One-Man-Police-Force” John J. Sturgus was appointed Chief of Police. Today the Anchorage Police Department boasts 362 sworn police officers and 154 support staff. The department polices 159 square miles across the “Anchorage Bowl”.
To pass the Anchorage Police Department test, applicants must complete both a physical and written exam, as well as training modules covering skills like mathematical reasoning, memory and spatial orientation. Prospective officers are also required to undergo psychological evaluation and a thorough medical exam.
Once accepted, The Anchorage Police Department requires trainee officers to participate in a police academy that consists of 650 hours of instruction.
Application forms for the Anchorage Police Department test can be found online.