How does the process work for out-of-state applicants?

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How does the process work for out-of-state applicants?

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In the packet of information which the application is included in, we recommend that out-of-state applicants plan to stay four to five days for the testing process. The first steps in the process are the written test and the selection interview. If an applicant is successful, they are invited to the physical fitness test. if they are successful, they are scheduled for a background interview and possibly a polygraph exam. They are given the first appointment times to try and accommodate their travel plans. Usually, we can get all our out-of-state applicants through this portion of the process. If all those steps are completed, the applicant would only need to travel back for a conditional job offer and their psychological and medical exams.

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Out of state applicants go through the same process as all other applicants. We recommend that out of state applicants plan on spending four to five days on their initial trip to Mesa. The Mesa Police Department will make every effort to accommodate out of state applicants during testing week. The Mesa Police Department anticipates a high volume of applicants which may affect the length of time needed to complete all phases of testing.

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An out-of-state applicant will go through the same process as an in-state applicant. The applicant must make an initial trip to Glendale, AZ (approximately 4 to 5 days) for the written and physical assessment exams. If the applicant passes both of these exams, the applicant may be scheduled for an oral interview, background interview and polygraph following the exam dates (during the same trip). After successful completion of the initial phases, the applicant will be asked to travel back out (approximately 4 to 5 days) for a physical assessment update and executive interview after which the applicant may be offered a conditional hire offer. This will include a complete medical and psychological exam. Upon successful completion of the background investigation, including the medical and psychological exams, the out of state applicant may be offered a final offer at which time the applicant will need to make arrangements to relocate to Arizona. Glendale Police Department will not be respo

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An out of state applicant must make their first trip to Phoenix for the written and physical agility tests on the posted exam date. Applicants must pre-register to take the written exam. Click here to pre-register. If they pass both of these tests, they are then given a background packet that they take home to complete. They mail this packet back to us and we call them (provided they have no disqualifying issues in their background packet) for the next 4 phases of testing that they complete on their second trip to Phoenix. After successful completion of all phases, they will then be at the Conditional hire stage. After we complete our background investigation, out of state applicants will still need to make a third and final trip to sign hire paperwork and to complete the medical and psychological exams, which are the final stages of testing.

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An out of state applicant must make their first trip to Phoenix for the written and physical agility tests on the posted exam date. If they pass both of these tests, they are then given a background packet that they take home to complete. They mail this packet back to us and we call them (provided they have no disqualifying issues in their background packet) for the next 4 phases of testing that they complete on their second trip to Phoenix. After successful completion of all phases, they will then be at the Conditional hire stage. After we complete our background investigation, out of state applicants will still need to make a third and final trip to sign hire paperwork and to complete the medical and psychological exams, which are the final stages of testing.

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