If you scored 75+
You may wish to consider whether you have the skills and qualities required to succeed at the Superintendents’ Programme. This is a much more senior role and will require candidates to have extensive senior management experience. If you feel the Superintendents’ role is not for you, you would very much be encouraged to continue with your application for the Inspectors’ programme.
If you scored 60-74
Thank you for completing the questionnaire. We hope you found it useful. You sound like you have the skills and abilities that the Direct Entry (Inspector) Programme is looking for and that you would enjoy the challenge of the programme and being an inspector. You would be encouraged to continue your application for the programme.
If you scored 33-59
Thank you for completing the questionnaire. We hope you found it useful. Not all of your preferences or answers match with what we are looking for in the Police Direct Entry (Inspector) Programme. We recommend you take some time to think carefully about whether this role is suited to you before deciding to apply. You may wish to do some further research on this website or go back and review the description of what a inspector does. If the Police Direct Entry (Inspector) Programme is not for you, you may still wish to consider a career in the Police Service and should refer to the application processes for alternative roles for more information.
If you scored 32 and below
Thank you for completing the questionnaire. We hope you found it useful. A number of your preferences and answers did not match what we are looking for the Direct Entry (Inspector) Programme. Therefore we would encourage you to reconsider whether this is the right role and programme for you at this time. Please take the time to familiarise yourself further with the role of an inspector and the demands of the Direct Entry (Inspector) Programme and think carefully about whether you are suited to this role and have the time and commitment required for the programme.
To find out more information about the programme visit the College of Policing.