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New Releases. Description Updated to reflect recent exams given in various parts of the country, Barron's Court Officer Exam provides solid test preparation for applicants taking federal, state, and local court officer exams.
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This edition features: Test-taking tips and a diagnostic test Four model exams typical of those currently being administered throughout the country Answers to all test questions and self-diagnostic procedures Information on current trends in court systems to rely on oral interviews and computerized testing in the process of selecting court officers.
The authors advise on ways to attain a high score in both areas. Other books in this series. Add to basket.
Uniformed Court Officer, C-852
To become a court officer trainee, you must be at least 18 years old, a U. You must pass a written test; a medical, psychological and physical abilities test; and a background check. As of , there was no maximum age limit for serving as a court officer in New York state.
During their time at the Academy, court officer trainees learn about criminal and civil procedure law, basic firearms, defensive tactics, arrest procedures, how and when to use deadly force, escorting prisoners, how and when to use a baton or pepper spray, and gang and terrorist intelligence.
Trainees must pass assessments and tests and submit to daily physical fitness routines. Court officers who work with these units spend their time outside of the courtroom. For example, court officers who work with the SRT help state police during critical events and specialized assignments.