“That Hong Kong remains one of the safest
and most stable society in the world.”
To many of us, the word “police” is naturally associated with special physical abilities, discipline, action, and even danger. You may even say, it is really a man’s job. But you may be wrong. The police employ personnel of wide range of abilities and competencies in its force. To keep personnel of the highest quality in its force, the Hong Kong Police adopts a series of selection procedures that enables them to choose the most suitable candidates to help them serve and protect the people of Hong Kong.
Find out what the police does. Becoming a PI requires you know the basic values and purpose of the Hong Kong Police. You can also find out the career prospects of a PI to see if it will suit you.
Although the PI’s recruitment process is a lengthy one, there is a lot you can do to prepare for it. If a Police Inspector is what you want to become, learn more about the procedures and requirements here:
- Application and Initial Screening (click here)
- Written Examination (click here)
- Extended Interview (click here)
- Psychometric Test – Final Interview Board (click here)
- Physical Fitness Test (click here)
- Integrity Check & Medical Examination (click here)
- Force Review Board / Offer & Appointment (click here)
There are a few things you need to learn about PI entry requirements. It is not just academic qualifications. Check out from this page if you are the ‘right stuff’ for a Police Inspector!
For CityU students only. Check out some sample questions for P.I. written test, extended interview and final interview board at the e-Portal / Blackboard.