Hizi ni baadhi ya Sifa za kujiunga na Vitengo mbalimbali vya kipolisi kwa Marekani.. Federal Law Enforcement *Minimum age is usually 21. *Possess a valid driver's license. *Have a 4 year COLLEGE DEGREE or 3 years of investigative experience. *Pass a written entrance test. *Pass an oral interview. Pass a background investigation. Pass a polygraph test. Pass a psychological evaluation Pass a medical examination. Pass a physical fitness test. Vision must be correctable to 20/20. 2.State Law Enforcement. *Have a high school diploma or GED. *Possess 60 college credits. *Pass a written entrance test. *Pass an oral interview. *Pass a physical agility test. *Pass a background investigation. *Pass a polygraph test. *Pass a psychological evaluation *Pass a medical examination. Vision must be correctable to 20/20. 3.City And County Law Enforcement *Have a high school diploma or GED. *Possess 45 college credits Additional Information. Education A four year college degree in any field of study will qualify you for most federal, state and local law enforcement jobs. In lieu of a degree, most federal agencies will accept three years of responsible work experience. Each agency can determine what they consider to be qualifying experience. For example, the Secret Service wants you to have three years of criminal investigative experience. Three years as a police officer will not necessarily qualify you with them. Whereas, the U.S. Marshals Service will accept you without any law enforcement experience as long as you have three years of supervisory experience. Most state and local law enforcement departments require an applicant to have some college credits, usually around 45 - 60. Some require an Associate degree while other require a four year degree. Felony Convictions If you have a felony conviction, you are not eligible to apply for any sworn law enforcement position. Under federal law and most state laws, a convicted felon cannot possess a firearm. Also under federal law, if you are convicted of a misdemeanor crime involving domestic violence such as spousal abuse you cannot possess a firearm and therefore cannot become a police officer. Written Entrance Test Most departments have a written entrance test. 70 percent is usually passing but will probably not get you the job since some departments give their test on a regular basis and only hire the top scores. The test is usually a general aptitude test and does not ask questions about the law. In addition to the written test, some departments give a video test. The video portion of the testing is based on law enforcement related scenarios that focus on quick judgement and common sense. You watch the video and then answer multiple choice questions as to what you would do. All of the answers can be derived without prior police training or experience. Physical Fitness / Agility Test Most departments give a physical fitness / agility test to determine your strength and endurance. This may consist of push-ups and sit-ups performed in one minute time period, a sit and reach flexibility test, a 1 - 2 mile run, a bench press test, a stair climbing test, carry or drag a weight a certain distance, a vertical jump, climbing over a low wall, push test and a balance test. MARA YA MWISHO NAANGALIA VIGEZO VYA KUJIUNGA NA JESHI LA POLISI TANZANIA NKAKUTANA NA SIFA HIZI.. *Awe amehitimu kidato cha nne na kupata angalau alama 28(division iv) *Awe na akili timamu,miaka 18 au zaidi n.k UFANISI UKO WAPI?