Senior Police National Assessment Centre (Senior PNAC)

The Senior Police National Assessment Centre (Senior PNAC) is a process to identify those officers who are capable of being an effective chief officer. Superintending officers are eligible to apply.

Officers who are successful at Senior PNAC will be eligible to attend the Strategic Command Course (SCC). Following success on the SCC, they will be eligible to apply for national chief officer roles.

Police Staff candidates should access information and documents about the Senior Police Staff National Assessment Process.

2016 Assessment Centre

The following documents are available to support candidates' preparation for Senior PNAC 2016. 

Reasonable adjustment or other requirements

If you have any individual circumstances that you believe may affect your performance in or attendance at the assessment centre, you should refer to the Senior Selection Reasonable Adjustment and Accommodation Policy. The policy details the process by which candidates with a disability or any other influencing factors may apply for reasonable adjustment or an accommodation of their needs.

If, after reading the policy, you have any queries regarding your situation, please contact the Senior Selection Team to arrange to discuss your circumstances with a member of the team. 

Reference Documents

The following documents are made available from the 2016 Application Stage. 

2016 Application Stage

Contact us

If you have any queries about the Senior PNAC process, please email the Senior Selection Team

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