Registration is NOW OPEN. Thank you for your patience. 

Contact Jenn Tapley at with any questions, or to be added to the police testing contact list. 


The next test will be administered in-person at Great Bay Community College.  Registration is NOW OPEN through November 3, 2022 with testing to occur on Saturday, November 5, 2022 at 9am.

This testing is coordinated by the Great Bay Community College Police Testing Alliance and will be held at:

Great Bay Community College
320 Corporate Drive
Portsmouth, NH 03801
(603) 427-7600

If you have any questions, please reach out to Jenn Tapley at

How to Register

To register for this examination, you must complete the Online Registration Form and submit the $94* registration fee. 

If you cannot do the exam after having registered, you must notify Jenn Tapley in writing at prior to November 2, 2022. If notification is made prior to November 2, a refund will be issued for the registration fee less the non-refundable administrative fees.

*$94 registration fee includes a 7% non-refundable administration fee

Testing Process

Candidates will register online for the test using the Online Registration Form indicated above.  Registration for this exam will close on November 3, 2022.   Testing will be held at Great Bay Community College on November 5, 2022 at 9am. 

On the scheduled testing day and time, you will need a valid photo ID such as a driver’s license, passport, or military ID to be admitted into the exam on the date of testing. 

During the exam, you will be monitored by several members from our departments who are members of our Police Testing Alliance. 

The following week after the exam has been completed, your results will be provided to all participating Alliance agencies to determine candidate eligibility.  The results will also be sent to you by mail approximately two weeks after your test date.

Candidates may be asked to participate in additional testing or review by police departments at some future date. This additional consideration may include further written tests, oral interviews and examinations, polygraphs, medical and psychological evaluations, fitness and agility testing, and/or intensive background investigations. The entire selection process is normally accomplished with a period of 90-120 days. All follow up testing and review depend on the hiring needs of the individual police departments.

All participating agencies of the Great Bay Community College Police Testing Alliance are Equal Opportunity Employers.

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Police Testing Alliance Agencies

The testing will provide Employment Eligibility testing for the following Police Departments: