Police Officer Candidate Orientation

League City Police Department will be hosting a Police Officer Candidate Orientation on January 12, 2019 at 9:00am at the League City Police Department. The purpose of the orientation is to walk interested candidates through the hiring process which includes the written examination, physical assessment test, background investigation, oral interview, medical, polygraph, and psychological screenings.

This orientation will help ensure the hiring process runs as smooth and successful as possible. In addition, applicants will be given the opportunity attempt the physical assessment test in real time conditions. This opportunity will show applicants the areas they may need to improve on prior to the actual examination. The Physical Assessment test will begin promptly following the conclusion of the orientation.

Physical Assessment

If you would like to participate in the Physical Assessment pre-test on January 12, please dress accordingly (see Physical Assessment test requirements on Police Officer Information page). We also ask that you print the Liability Release Waiver and bring the completed waiver signed and notarized to or prior to the assessment. For those that need assistance with the notary portion of the form, we will have notaries on site and available to assist.

Planning to Attend the Orientation

Those applicants that are planning to attend the orientation, please complete the registration. Please be advised that registering for the Police Officer Candidate Orientation does not register you for the Civil Service Examination. The following link is solely for the purpose of attending the Police Officer Candidate Orientation on January 12, 2019. Please be advised that you will not receive a confirmation or receipt after you register for the orientation.

If you have any questions you may call 281-554-1900

Orientation Location

League City Police Department
555 W. Walker Street
League City, Texas 77573

Documents

Liability Release Waiver

Police Officer Candidate Orientation