Profile of Two Different Applicant Test Batteries with Regards to Sex and Age in Successful Law Enforcement Applicants

Joe Dulla, Robert G. Lockie, Ben Schram, Rob Marc Orr

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Purpose: Law enforcement applicant assessments and initial academy training are extremely diverse and vary greatly across the United States of America (USA), with 820+ academies operating across 50 different states with an additional 35+ federal agency law enforcement initial training academies. Population increases in obesity and the impact of COVID-19 make it imperative to create benchmarks for applicant physical performance. The aim of this study was to create a “point-in-time” descriptive profile of the physical performance of law enforcement (LE) applicants and determine any general differences between males, females, and chronological age using two applicant test batteries (ATBs).
Original languageEnglish
Number of pages1
Publication statusPublished - 26 Feb 2023
Event4th International Physical Employment Standards Conference - Bond University, Robina, Australia
Duration: 23 Feb 202326 Feb 2023


Conference4th International Physical Employment Standards Conference
Abbreviated titleIPES
OtherHosted by the Bond University Tactical Research Unit the conference will address the three T's essential to supporting physical performance in physically demanding occupations; Theory, Testing and Training. Specific topics will include physical employment standards, identifying and mitigating injury risk factors, physical conditioning and assessing occupational readiness.

The conference content will be a blend of research and applied practice in a range of physically demanding occupations including military, law enforcement, fire and rescue and first responders.
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