What are the physical requirements for police officer?

Due to the nature of work assignments, incumbents must be able to stand, sit in a patrol car for long periods, walk, lift, carry, push and pull a grown adult; climb walls, fences, stairs, and ladders, stoop, twist, squat/kneel, crawl, run, grasp, repeatedly bend and move wrists, use both hands, legs, and feet; speak, hear and understand radio communications, touch, feel, see at a distance and up close. Candidates must also meet POST color perception and hearing standards.

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1. What does the hiring process consist of?
2. I submitted my application, how long until I get a response?
3. What are the test dates?
4. What are the minimum qualifications?
5. What are the physical requirements for police officer?
6. What does the written test consist of?
7. Is the written test a Pellet B?
8. Can I take the Pellet B test or another Police Entry Test and submit that score?
9. What is the passing score for the written test?
10. When will I receive my written score?
11. What if I fail the written test?
12. How many times can I retake the written test if I fail?
13. What does the Physical Agility Test consist of?
14. What if I fail the Physical Agility Test?