Police Officers must evaluate situations, determine whether or not a crime has taken place, and make a decision as to what action is appropriate.
Police Officers must pay close attention to details. They must be able to visualize and recall an event after the fact in order to construct documentation of the event, possibly for future court testimony.
Police Officers must be able to accurately initiate and respond to communication over a Mobile Digital Computer (MDC).
Police Officers must use problem solving and reasoning skills to initiate innovative solutions for difficult and unique problems.
Police Officers must be able to handle citizen conflicts calmly and professionally.
Police Officers must exhibit leadership by taking control of situations, inspiring confidence, delegating tasks, and providing a positive example for others.