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Practice the most common state trooper interview questions complete with full-length analysis and sample answers. Walk into and out of the oral board with confidence.
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Master the state trooper written test with dozens of lessons and over 1,000 exam questions covering all topics examined on the 2023 syllabus. This includes memory tests, directional awareness, math and spelling and grammar; incident report writing, situational judgment, and much more!
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With a broader vision of serving, protecting and defending the people of New York, the official police for the New York state is The New York state troopers, NYSP. As of 2018, the New York state troopers employs 711 civilian members and more than 5000 sworn officers. Until the 20th century, New York did not have a state police force but the agency was officially formed on 11 April, 1917 and is now the part of New York state executive department. Under the command of current agency executive Kevin P. Bruen and superintendent Keith M. Corlett, the department continues to work for ensuring the safety of New York’s roadways, responding to emergencies, imposing law regulations and preventing/investigating crime.
Moreover, NYSP portray their dedication towards their mission and vision even in their uniform. As a distinctive part of the uniform, the New York state troopers are supposed to wear big hats and purple tie which represents an elite unit, black stripe on the trousers which represents remembrance of fallen comrades. Communication officers of the state police are the trained individuals who immediately respond to citizen emergencies and complaints. Eleven troops of NYSP are active in the State of New York. Under the supervision of troop commanders, each troop covers a specific geographical area, usually different counties. The troop commander is normally of the major rank. For patrolling or for surveilence operations in the state, NYSP has an active police aviation in which all aircrafts operate under the call sign of “GrayRider”. The NYSP has 3 single engine utility helicopters and 6 twin engine helicopters.
To become a part of NYSP, the candidate needs to pass a mandatory New York state troopers test and have a physical training of 26 week training academy to be appointed as a state trooper. After that, the recruits shall complete a 10 week post academy training to become a permanent trooper.
To determine the applicant’s potential to be a part of NYSP academy, it is mandatory that the applicant must pass:
1. Written ability test (includes testing an applicant’s ability at math, general knowledge, incident reporting, reading comprehension and situational awareness)
2. Physical ability test (includes fitness evaluation through a 1.5 mile run, sit ups and push-ups)
3. Psychological evaluation (includes medical evaluation and observational data)
4. Polygraph test (evaluating on the basis of body responses that whether the person is lying or not)
5. Medical examination (includes drug test and checking mental health records)
Successful candidates of the New York state troopers test shall be further sent for professional training in the training academy.