Due to the nature of law enforcement work, a pre-employment psychological evaluation helps identify those who may not adjust successfully in a law enforcement career. A thorough pre-employment psychological evaluation addresses the areas of:

This evaluation is generally performed after a conditional offer of employment, and after the candidate has successfully passed several rounds of selection (which may include the initial application, interview, background check, lie-detector analysis, etc.). The areas of personality, mental condition, cognitive abilities, and behavior that are evaluated in pre-employment psychological screening are:

All assessment tools used in pre-employment psychological evaluations have been standardized for law enforcement officer candidates and meet all the requirements necessary for psychological tests.


    Dr. Robin Kroll
    Licensed Clinical Psychologist Board Certified Police and Public Safety Psychologist

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