Form AP-2112: Application to join the Police Force
Please complete each section as fully as possible and return in the pre-paid envelope provided.
SECTION 1: YOUR DETAILS
Name:___________________(candidates may leave this section blank if they are unsure.)
Are you a Criminal? (Delete as applicable) YES/NO
SECTION 2: SPOT THE GYPPO
Constable Thumper has a problem: he's intellectually sub-normal. Unfortunately we can't do anything about that. But we can help him sort out his latest dilemma.
One of these two East European gentlemen is an illegal immigrant, whereas the other is a successful businessman, a member of the local Conservative party and a personal friend of the mayor. Unfortunately they both look alike!
Constable Thumper must find out which is which, but he is only allowed to ask one question. Can you help him find out which one he should beat up? (Remember, one of them is a respectable businessman and will always tell the truth; the other is a dirty pikey and will always lie.)
"Constable Thumper should beat up Gentleman A. Then if it turns out that he's the businessman, he can always say that Gentleman B did it."
SECTION 3: MAZE TROUBLE
Awww! Sergeant Bigot has gone and got himself lost. See if you can help the gormless prick find his way back to Scotland Yard.
"Mmmmm, tricky. If I was Sergeant Bigot, I'd give it up as a bad job. It must be near the end of his shift anyway, so he may as well just turn around and go home."
SECTION 4: BAD MAN OUT
In order to be a successful police officer, you have to be able to spot a wrong 'un a mile off. Take a look at these pictures, and see if you can pick out the criminal...
"Piece of piss! It's obviously number 7, Mother Theresa of Calcutta - a right old villain if ever I saw one. If I see her around my manor, I'll give her a damn good kicking."
TIE BREAKER: FILL IN THE JUDGE
Using crayons or felt tips, colour in this picture of famous high court judge, Justice Terry Spandex. You can get an adult to help you if you like.
"You can be as creative as you like but try not to go over the lines. Our specially selected panel of colouring experts will choose the four best entrants, who will then be offered positions with the Avon & Somerset Constabulary.
And remember, bribery is not only allowed, it is actively encouraged as it demonstrates initiative and a familiarity with our way of working. Evenin' all..."