Police / Corrections Academy Study Guides

Benefits of Subscribing

All questions are derived directly from the FDLE curriculum.  Each chapter (section) has multiple

practice exams.  Each practice exam is 24 questions in length.  There are also several chapter

reviews, each 50 questions in length.  Every time you click on an exam, the test randomizes so

that you are ensured to never take the same test twice. 

Our state exam practice tests are structured similar to the real exam.  The difference is that we

have true/false, matching and sequencing questions in addition to the standard multiple choice

options.  The actual exam only has multiple choice.  Our belief is that changing how you study

the information, will give you the greatest benefit for retention when you sit for the state exam.

Ready to subscribe?

The Florida curriculum (2013.07) consists of law enforcement and high liability training.  The

law enforcement curriculum has 11 chapters, the high liability 6 chapters. 

The Florida curriculum (2014.07) consists of Law Enforcement and High LIability training.  The

Law Enforcement Curriculum consists of 12 chapters, the High Liability 6 Chapters. 

In total you will spend 770 hours training to become a law enforcement officer.  Our site will help

you pass your block and state certifications exams.  “We help you pass - not cheat”

The benefits of subscribing  are:

- Over 4600 questions completely randomized so you never take the same test twice.

- Each chapter has its own downloadable chapter text, and chapter reviews

- Every chapter or block exam has 6 “glossary games” to help you master your vocabulary. 

There are crossword puzzles, flashcards, fill in the blanks, Pick a letter (similar to hangman),

glossary, and matching.

Ready to subscribe?

Free Practice Exams

Multiple subscription plans to fit the length of your academy.  Prices to fit every

budget.  Pay for a week, month, or even a year, the choice is up to you. 

Free Practice Exams | 2015.07 | Valid 7-1-2015 Thru 6-30-2016

               Corrections Curriculum

Chapter 1: Introduction to Corrections

Chapter 2: Communications

Chapter 3: Officer Safety

Chapter 4: Facilities and Equipment

Chapter 5: Intake and Release

Chapter 6: Supervising in a Correctional Facility

Chapter 7: Supervising Special Populations

Chapter 8: Responding to Incidents and Emergencies

High Liabilities Practice Tests

Chapter 1: Vehicle Operations

(Law Enforcement Only)

Chapter 4: Defensive Tactics (Law Enforcement and Corrections)

Chapter 2: First Aid

(Law Enforcement and Corrections)

Chapter 5: Dart Firing Stun Gun (Law Enforcement Only)

Chapter 3: Firearms (Law Enforcement and Corrections)

Chapter 6: Physical Training (Law Enforcement and Corrections)

FDLE SOCE (State Officer Certification Exam) Registration Information

Effective June 12, 2014, applicants will no longer be able to register for the State Officer Certification Exam (SOCE)

via the FDLE website as paper-and-pencil testing has been discontinued. Beginning July 2014, all State Officer

Certification Exams will be administered on a computer based testing platform and applicants will register directly

through Pearson VUE, the computer based testing vendor, or at private test centers that have been approved by FDLE

for computer based testing.

All applicants will be slated for computer based testing on July 14, 2014, and will be authorized to test by Pearson

VUE on that date given the training or selection center has entered your passing result in the Automated Training

Management System (ATMS). Therefore, beginning July 14, 2014, applicants may register for the computer-based

State Officer Certification Examination online or by phone. To register online at a public test site, visit

www.pearsonvue.com/fdle and follow the instructions on the site.

To register by phone, please contact the Pearson VUE call center at 877-242-1697 and select option 6 to schedule an

exam. If an applicant desires to take the test at a private test site, the applicant must contact the private test site

directly to register. Until July 1, 2014, the FDLE website can still be used to access and print grade reports and

notification letters for applicants that have previously taken a paper-and-pencil State Officer Certification Exam. If

you have any questions, please contact the Research and Assessment Section at (850) 410-8602

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Testing locations and registration

2013.07 | Effective Dates: 07/01/2013 Through 06/30/2014

2014.07 | Effective Dates: 07/01/2014 Through 06/30/2015

2015.07 | Effective Dates: 07/01/2015 Through 06/30/2016

PASG / CASG offers services to our members at the rates listed below:

$19.95 | One month

$39.95 | 3 month plan

$49.95 | 6 month plan

$69.95 | 8 month plan

$89.95 | 10 month plan

$99.95 | 12 month plan

Ready to subscribe?

Costs / Curriculum Offered

Frequently Asked Questions

   Absolutely, each chapter or section has it’s own chapter text that you can download and use during each block of

examination.  We also have what we like to refer to as glossary games for each chapter.  You will find that there are a

total of 6 games to help you learn your glossary for that chapter.  There are crossword puzzles, flashcards, fill in the

blanks, Pick a letter (similar to hangman), glossary, and matching. We dont have audio for any of the chapter texts yet,

but we are researching and plan on making this happen when the right program is found.

   Yes we do!  Our tests are structured similar to the real exam.  The difference is that we have true/false, matching

and sequencing questions in addition to the standard multiple choice options.  The actual exam only has multiple

choice.  Our belief is that changing up how you study the information, will give you the greatest benefit for retention

when you sit for the state exam.

   Each chapter (section) has multiple practice exams.  Each practice exam is 24 questions in length.  There are

also several chapter reviews, each being 50 questions in length.  Every time you click on an exam, the test randomizes

so that you are ensured to never take the same test twice.  Most of the chapter sections have Jeopardy games that

instructors can use in the classroom for reviews.  There are also glossary games, six in total to help you retain the

vocabulary each chapter contains.  Each section has its own chapter text, and chapter objectives.  Everything combined

will give you the best chances to help you pass your block exams, and ultimately the state certification exam.

   There are over 10,000 questions in the law enforcement studyguides, and over 5000 questions in the corrections

studyguides, in total we offer over 15,000 questions.  This is an accumulation of all chapters in the law enforcement

and corrections curriculum, and all chapters in the high liability curriculum.  When you get ready for your state exam,

the state exam review section has every question on the site.

   Every question on the site is in the state exam pool.  There are are a total of (50) 200 question practice exams. 

Each exam is randomized so that you are guaranteed to never take the same test twice.  With over 10,000 questions in

the pool for law enforcement and 5000 for corrections, passing your SOCE is just a subscription away.

   If you were able to view the exams when you first signed up, but cannot see them now, there is a high

probability that your browser updated and did not update your Java and Flash.  If this is the case you will need to

update them manually.  I have found a great website called FileHippo where you can go to update and get all kinds of

great programs for your computer.  Here are the ones that you will need:

Flash program: http://filehippo.com/search?q=flash

Java program:  http://filehippo.com/search?q=jav

   Yes you can.  Our exams are not flash based, so that means you can access them from any browser or smart

phone.  We dont recommend using your smart phone because its harder to see the tests.  However the Ipad and Ipad

mini work perfectly fine.

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Benefits of Subscribing

All questions are derived directly from the

FDLE curriculum.  Each chapter (section) has

multiple practice exams.  Each practice exam is

24 questions in length.  There are also several

chapter reviews, each 50 questions in length. 

Every time you click on an exam, the test

randomizes so that you are ensured to never

take the same test twice. 

Our state exam practice tests are structured

similar to the real exam.  The difference is that

we have true/false, matching and sequencing

questions in addition to the standard multiple

choice options.  The actual exam only has

multiple choice.  Our belief is that changing

how you study the information, will give you

the greatest benefit for retention when you sit

for the state exam.

Ready to subscribe?

The Florida curriculum (2013.07) consists of

law enforcement and high liability training. 

The law enforcement curriculum has 11

chapters, the high liability 6 chapters. 

The Florida curriculum (2014.07) consists of

Law Enforcement and High LIability training. 

The Law Enforcement Curriculum consists of

12 chapters, the High Liability 6 Chapters. 

In total you will spend 770 hours training to

become a law enforcement officer.  Our site

will help you pass your block and state

certifications exams.  “We help you pass - not

cheat”

The benefits of subscribing  are:

- Over 4600 questions completely randomized

so you never take the same test twice.

- Each chapter has its own downloadable

chapter text, and chapter reviews

- Every chapter or block exam has 6 “glossary

games” to help you master your vocabulary. 

There are crossword puzzles, flashcards, fill in

the blanks, Pick a letter (similar to hangman),

glossary, and matching.

Ready to subscribe?

Free Practice Exams

Multiple subscription plans to fit the

length of your academy.  Prices to fit

every budget.  Pay for a week, month, or

even a year, the choice is up to you. 

Free Practice Exams | 2015.07 | Valid 7-1-2015

Thru 6-30-2016

               Corrections Curriculum

Chapter 1: Introduction to Corrections

Chapter 2: Communications

Chapter 3: Officer Safety

Chapter 4: Facilities and Equipment

Chapter 5: Intake and Release

Chapter 6: Supervising in a Correctional Facility

Chapter 7: Supervising Special Populations

Chapter 8: Responding to Incidents and Emergencies

High Liabilities Practice Tests

Chapter 1: Vehicle Operations

(Law Enforcement Only)

Chapter 2: First Aid

(LE and CO)

Chapter 3: Firearms (LE and CO)

Chapter 4: Defensive Tactics (LE and CO)

Chapter 5: Dart Firing Stun Gun (Law Enforcement Only)

Chapter 6: Physical Training (LE and CO)

FDLE SOCE

(State Officer Certification Exam)

Registration Information

Effective June 12, 2014, applicants will no longer be

able to register for the State Officer Certification Exam

(SOCE) via the FDLE website as paper-and-pencil

testing has been discontinued. Beginning July 2014, all

State Officer Certification Exams will be administered

on a computer based testing platform and applicants

will register directly through Pearson VUE, the

computer based testing vendor, or at private test centers

that have been approved by FDLE for computer based

testing.

All applicants will be slated for computer based testing

on July 14, 2014, and will be authorized to test by

Pearson VUE on that date given the training or selection

center has entered your passing result in the Automated

Training Management System (ATMS). Therefore,

beginning July 14, 2014, applicants may register for the

computer-based State Officer Certification Examination

online or by phone. To register online at a public test

site, visit www.pearsonvue.com/fdle and follow the

instructions on the site.

To register by phone, please contact the Pearson VUE

call center at 877-242-1697 and select option 6 to

schedule an exam. If an applicant desires to take the test

at a private test site, the applicant must contact the

private test site directly to register. Until July 1, 2014,

the FDLE website can still be used to access and print

grade reports and notification letters for applicants that

have previously taken a paper-and-pencil State Officer

Certification Exam. If you have any questions, please

contact the Research and Assessment Section at (850)

410-8602

<--- Go ---> <--- Go --->
Testing locations and registration

2013.07 | Effective Dates: 07/01/2013 Through 06/30/2014

2014.07 | Effective Dates: 07/01/2014 Through 06/30/2015

2015.07 | Effective Dates: 07/01/2015 Through 06/30/2016 

PASG / CASG offers services to our members at

the rates listed below:

$19.95 | One month

$39.95 | 3 month plan

$49.95 | 6 month plan

$69.95 | 8 month plan

$89.95 | 10 month plan

$99.95 | 12 month plan

Ready to subscribe?

Costs / Curriculum Offered

Frequently Asked Questions

   Absolutely, each chapter or section has it’s own

chapter text that you can download and use during each

block of examination.  We also have what we like to

refer to as glossary games for each chapter.  You will

find that there are a total of 6 games to help you learn

your glossary for that chapter.  There are crossword

puzzles, flashcards, fill in the blanks, Pick a letter

(similar to hangman), glossary, and matching. We dont

have audio for any of the chapter texts yet, but we are

researching and plan on making this happen when the

right program is found.

   Yes we do!  Our tests are structured similar to the

real exam.  The difference is that we have true/false,

matching and sequencing questions in addition to the

standard multiple choice options.  The actual exam only

has multiple choice.  Our belief is that changing up how

you study the information, will give you the greatest

benefit for retention when you sit for the state exam.

   Each chapter (section) has multiple practice

exams.  Each practice exam is 24 questions in length. 

There are also several chapter reviews, each being 50

questions in length.  Every time you click on an exam,

the test randomizes so that you are ensured to never

take the same test twice.  Most of the chapter sections

have Jeopardy games that instructors can use in the

classroom for reviews.  There are also glossary games,

six in total to help you retain the vocabulary each

chapter contains.  Each section has its own chapter text,

and chapter objectives.  Everything combined will give

you the best chances to help you pass your block

exams, and ultimately the state certification exam.

   There are over 10,000 questions in the law

enforcement studyguides, and over 5000 questions in

the corrections studyguides, in total we offer over

15,000 questions.  This is an accumulation of all

chapters in the law enforcement and corrections

curriculum, and all chapters in the high liability

curriculum.  When you get ready for your state exam,

the state exam review section has every question on

the site.

   Every question on the site is in the state exam

pool.  There are are a total of (50) 200 question

practice exams.  Each exam is randomized so that you

are guaranteed to never take the same test twice.  With

over 10,000 questions in the pool for law enforcement

and 5000 for corrections, passing your SOCE is just a

subscription away.

   If you were able to view the exams when you

first signed up, but cannot see them now, there is a

high probability that your browser updated and did not

update your Java and Flash.  If this is the case you will

need to update them manually.  I have found a great

website called FileHippo where you can go to update

and get all kinds of great programs for your computer. 

Here are the ones that you will need:

Flash program: http://filehippo.com/search?q=flash

Java program:  http://filehippo.com/search?q=jav

   Yes you can.  Our exams are not flash based, so

that means you can access them from any browser or

smart phone.  We dont recommend using your smart

phone because its harder to see the tests.  However the

Ipad and Ipad mini work perfectly fine.

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