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Police & public safety
Police officers, first responders, and public safety officials have high-stress positions that can take a toll on their mental health. Pearson has the most widely used tools to make sure that you not only select the best personnel for the job, but that you can also help them maintain a good quality of life.
Our consultant can help you develop an assessment-based plan to find the right candidates as well as support them throughout their high-stress career.
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Ensure officers’ wellness needs are identified and supported so they can maintain fitness for duty.
The Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory®, Third Edition is the leading measure for personnel selection, providing an empirically validated, psychometrically up-to-date standard of psychological assessment.
The Sixteen Personality Factor Questionnaire®, Fifth Edition is an empirically validated psychological assessment of normal personality used in personnel selection.
The Beck® Scales for depression, anxiety, hopelessness, and suicide are used to recognize, predict, and intervene for affective distress and suicide risk.
The Quality of Life Inventory® is a psychological assessment of well-being and satisfaction with life that is ideal for assessing precursors and/or risk of compromised “wellness”.
Beta-4 is a nonverbal measure of adult cognitive abilities frequently used in personnel selection. The test has a variety of occupational and educational applications and is great for use with diverse adult populations.
The Wide Range Achievement Test™, Fifth Edition provides an efficient way to assess and monitor reading, spelling, and math skills, and helps identify possible learning disabilities during intake evaluations.