National Testing Network Signs an Affiliation Agreement With The Illinois Association of Chiefs of Police

SPRINGFIELD, Ill. - Oct. 5, 2017 - PRLog -- National Testing Network, Inc. (NTN), the leader in outsourced employment testing for public safety departments, announces an affiliation agreement with The Illinois Association of Chiefs of Police.

This agreement will offer reduced test administration costs for the Association's member departments, and provide increased exposure to more candidates through continuous nationwide recruitment and testing.  Annually, NTN tests more than 50,000 candidates, and hosts more than 20,000 test sessions through over 100 test centers.  NTN currently has five (5) testing centers in Illinois, providing candidates flexibility to choose a convenient time and location.

Candidates register to take the exams through NTN's state-of-the-art online registration system.  During registration, candidates can use the interactive map to find the most conveniently located test center in their community.  The NTN system notifies candidates of careers in their region, and provides email updates on new opportunities as they become available. NTN delivers examinations with video simulations that depict scenarios candidates would encounter while working in the position they are applying for.

With online testing, candidates see their score results immediately after completing the test, and public safety departments receive instantaneous score results once exams are completed. NTN provides public safety agencies with the most current applicant pool information and essential test score data so departments can quickly make good hiring decisions.

"We are extremely excited about this affiliation and honored that the ILACP supports the vision of NTN's innovative program," said Carl Swander, Ph.D., President and CEO of National Testing Network, "This affiliation between our organizations is a win for the entire law enforcement community in Illinois.  Not only will departments have the opportunity to leverage cost savings and increase candidate diversity and quality through this relationship, we're positioned to enhance the testing process for candidates and eliminate the barriers they used to face under old testing models."

When asked about the new affiliation arrangement, the Executive Director at The Illinois Association of Chiefs of Police, Ed Wojcicki, stated, "Police Chiefs in Illinois at our recent planning meetings have identified recruiting as a challenge in many parts of the state, and our affiliation with NTN will give police departments another way to recruit high-quality candidates."


About National Testing Network

National Testing Network, Inc. (NTN), is Ergometrics' recruitment and test administration company, providing continuous professional testing services for public safety departments, including law enforcement, fire, corrections departments, and communications departments.  Within the State of Illinois, NTN has established five (5) test centers in the following locations:  Champaign, Chicago, Elgin, Glen Ellyn and Homewood. Future expansion efforts are underway to increase NTN's test center footprint to over 2,200 centers across the U.S. and Canada by February, 2018.  For more information, please contact NTN Senior Field Consultant and retired Champaign, IL Police Chief, R.T. Finney at 217-202-5916 or or NTN's Business Development Manger, Christine Davidson at 540-728-8222 or and at our website

About The Illinois Association of Chiefs of Police

The Illinois Association of Chiefs of Police is a professional organization of Chiefs of Police and other leaders of Police and Public Safety Organizations in the State of Illinois.  The Association promotes the professional and personal development of its members through innovative services, training, and camaraderie.  The Association strives to make a positive impact on the quality of life in the communities it serves through proactive leadership in the following areas:

* Vision and Innovative Change
* Legislation
* Ethics and Integrity
* Professional Standards
* Knowledge and Information
* Dissemination
* Media Relations
* Community Partnerships

Media Contact
National Testing Network
Greg Hyde, Vice President

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