WE ARE PEACE KEEPER

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MIMPI MENJADI BAGIAN DARI PASUKAN PERDAMAIAN PBB BAIKDALAM MISI PERORANGAN ( POLICE ADVISER ) MAUPUN DALAM IKATAN SATUAN SEPERTI FPU, KONTRIBUSI NKRI DALAM PERAN SERTA AKTIF MENJAGA PERDAMAIAN DUNIA TERNYATA TAK SEMERIAH YANG DIBAYANGKAN ,BAHKAN INDONESIA TIDAK TERMASUK 20 BESAR NEGARA KONTRIBUTOR PASUKAN PERDAMAIAN PBB, SEHINGGA TIDAK HERAN DAYA TAWAR ATAUPUN BARGAINING POWER BANG BANGSA INDONESIA KURANG MENGGEMA DAN MENGGENTARKAN.
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MANFAAT YANG DIRASAKAN BAGI PRIBADI-PRIBADI KEPOLISIAAN, MAUPUN TNI YANG PERNAH BERTUGAS DALAM MISSI PBB ADALAH SETIDAKNYA MEREKA MEMILIKI PENGALAMAN DAN PEMAHAMAN BAHWA BEKERJA SECARA PROFESIONAL DENGAN STANDAR ATURAN YANG KETAT DITENGAH IKLIM YANG DEMOKRATIS DAN MENGEDEPANKAN HAM TENTUNYA AKAN MEMBERI WARNA TERSENDIRI DIANTARA REKAN -REKAN LAINNYA, SECARA GLOBAL MANFAAT NKRI MENGIRIM PAASUKAN PERDAMAIAN DALAM MISSI PBB TENTUNYA UNTUK MENUNJUKKAMN EKSISTENSI BANGSA KITA INI SEBAGAI BANGSA BERDAULAT YANG MEMILIKI PERAN VITAL SECARA STRATEGIS DAN TAKTIS DILINGKUNAG GLOBAL DAN REGIONAL, OUTCOMENYA ADALAH DUNIA TAHU DAN PAHAM BAHWA KITA BESAR, KUAT DAN TELADAN.

SELAMAT BERTUGAS INDONESIAN PEACE KEEPER, BON VOYAGE

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BERIKUT CONTOH LATIHAN TES UNSAT YANG KERAP DIUJIKAN KEPADA CALON POLICE ADVISER , BUKAN SEBAGAI BOCORAN NAMUN SEKEDAR CONTOH SOAL DAN LATIHAN SEMATA.

20-Jan-05

AUDIO TAPE TEST # ONE

INDEX PAGE

Page 1. Index

Page 2. Narrative

Page 3-4 Conversation

Page 5. Listening Test, Question paper A

Page 6. Listening Test, Question Paper B

Page 7. Listening Test, Question Paper C

Page 8. Listening Test, Answer paper A

Page 9. Listening Test, Answer Paper B

Page 10. Listening Test, Answer Paper C

Page 11 Report Writing, Key Facts

AUDIO TAPE TEST # ONE

“UNMIL RADIO”

You will hear an audio script concerning a mission-related topic. This script will be followed by a conversation between two persons. This conversation will relate to the script, you will hear the tape only once. You will make notes of the script and of the conversation. From these notes you will be instructed either to answer 10 (ten) questions or complete a written report of the incident. Good Luck.
PAUSE

AUDIO TAPE TEST #ONE

People around the world like to listen to the radio. People listen to the radio at home, at work, in the car and in the streets. People listen to the news, weather forecast and like to listen to the music. Liberians are no exception to this common tradition. The Civil war in Liberia was over in 2003. People’s lives and hopes turned to good. More Liberians began walking with a radio in their hands listening to the news and music. There are three main radio stations in Monrovia operating on FM frequency: Music radio on frequency 90, 2. Official radio of the United Nations Mission in Liberia on frequency 91, 5; and World news radio station on frequency 103. The transmission of these radio stations is also well heard in neighboring countries like Sierra Leone, Guinea and Ivory Coast.
A young Liberian man called John was listening to the UNMIL radio. He heard that the nationwide campaign on Disarmament was launched on 3-d of December 2003. He also heard that the campaign was coordinated by the UNMIL radio with intention to inform combatants and communities in Liberia about this program.
John is a 28 year old Liberian citizen; he has been married for 10 years and has three kids: two sons and a daughter. The daughter is 9 years old, the oldest son is 7 and the youngest is 5. John and his family still currently live at his father’s house in Monrovia. John finished high school in May 1993 and received his certificate upon completion. During the war he was unemployed and now he is still looking for a job. Like many Liberians he usually played football on weekends and was listening to the radio. His favorite radio station is the Music radio.
On 21st of December 2004, John went to the center of Monrovia to look for a job as a security officer at the shop. He walked into a supermarket which was trading electronic goods. While he was waiting for a manager of the supermarket to ask him if he would hire him, John heard an announcement on the UNMIL radio about recruitment of police officers for the Liberian National Police Service. John left the supermarket without even having a response from the manager. John decided to become a police officer. Walking home John saw a poster on the wall of the Police station located in the center of Monrovia and read that applicants, who successfully meet basic criteria in fitness, writing, psychological and medical tests would be invited for interview at the Police HQ.
When John came home he spoke with his father about his intention to become a police officer. His father said that he would be proud if John was a police officer. John successfully passed all necessary tests and on Monday, 17th of January 2005 he was invited to come to the police Headquarters for interview.
The following conversation is the dialogue between a police officer and John.
CONVERSATION

Police Officer: Thank you for coming to the Police Head Quarters. I need to ask you
some questions. My first question is: Are you a citizen of Liberia?
John: Yes, I am. I am a citizen of Liberia.

Police Officer: How old are you?
John: I am 28 years old.

Police Officer: What is your education?
John: I finished high school in Monrovia in May 1993.

Police officer: Have you ever been abroad from Liberia?
John: No, I have spent all my life in Liberia

Police Officer: Do you have any document, proving, that you have finished high school?
John: Yes I do. I have a certificate.

Police officer: Please, name countries that share borders with Liberia.
John: Three countries share boarders with Liberia, these countries are:
Sierra Leone, Guinea and Ivory Coast.

Police Officer: What kind of tests have you passed before coming for interview?
John: I have passed physical, written, medical and psychological tests.

Police officer: Are you married? If “yes” for how long have you been married?
John: I am married and have been married for 10 years.

Police Officer: How many children do you have?
John: I have three kids: two sons and a daughter. My daughter is 9 years old, my
older son is 7 and the younger is 5.

Police Officer: Do you own a house or do you live with your parents?
John: My family and I live in my father’s house.

Police officer: What is your occupation?
John: So far I am unemployed.

Police Officer: How do you usually spend your weekends?
John: I like listening to the radio and playing football on week ends.

Police Officer: What is your favorite radio station?
John: Music Radio on frequency 90. 2.

Police officer: Where and when did you learn about recruitment of candidates for the
Liberian National Police?
John: On 21st of December 2004 I was looking for a job as a security officer at
the Electronic Goods Supermarket. While I was waiting for the manager I
heard an announcement on UNMIL Radio about recruitment of
candidates for the Liberian National Police.

Police officer: Did you manage to speak with the manager of the supermarket regarding
your employment.
John: No, when I heard this announcement on the radio I decided to
become a Police Officer. So, I left the supermarket without even speaking
with the manager.

Police officer: We also distributed posters abut recruitment of candidates for the Liberian
National Police service. Have you seen these posters?
John: Yes, I saw and read a poster about it on the wall of the Police station in the
center of Monrovia

Police officer: Do you often listen to the UNMIL Radio?
John: Not really. I just do it some times.

Police officer: Do you know on which frequency this radio station is working?
John: Every Liberian knows that this radio is on frequency 91, 5.

Police officer: Do you remember when the campaign on Disarmament began?
John: The nationwide campaign on Disarmament was launched on 3rd of
December 2003.

Police officer: What was the role of UNMIL Radio in promoting this campaign?
John: I know, that the campaign on Disarmament was coordinated by
UNMIL Radio with the purpose of informing combatants and
Communities in Liberia about the program.

Police Officer: Did you share your thoughts with any family member about your wish to
become a Police officer?
John: I spoke with my father about it and he said he would be proud if I became
a police officer.

Police officer: Thank you for coming. The interview is over. Please, sign here and put
today’s date: Monday, 17th of January 2005. Please, be in touch. You will
be informed of the results of the interview. Good bye.
John: Thank you. I will be in touch with you. Good bye.

AUDIO TAPE TEST # 1 QUESTION PAPER “A”

Family Name:……………………………. First Name………………………….. CP#……………..

Country………………………….. Date…………………………….

Q1. What was John’s citizenship?


Q2. How was John usually spending his weekends?


Q3. Which neighboring countries to Liberia have good reception of the main Liberian radio stations?


Q4. When was the campaign on Disarmament launched?


Q5. How old was John’s oldest child?

———————————————————————————————————————————-Q6. By whom was the nationwide campaign on Disarmament coordinated?


Q7. What was the response of the manager of the supermarket to John’s intention to get a job?


Q8. What kind of tests must an applicant pass before being invited for interview?

———————————————————————————————————————————-Q9. On what day and date was John invited to the Police Headquarters for interview?


Q10. How did John’s father react on his son’s intention to become a police officer?


Score. /10
Percentage 100% Tester
Name

Tester CP

AUDIO TAPE TEST # 1 QUESTION PAPER “B”

Family Name:……………………………. First Name………………………….. CP#……………..

Country………………………….. Date…………………………….

Q1. Which neighboring countries to Liberia have good reception of the main Liberian radio stations?


Q2. On what day and date was John invited to the Police Headquarters for interview?


Q3. What was John’s citizenship?


Q4. How did John’s father react on his son’s intention to become a police officer?


Q5. What was the response of the manager of the supermarket to John’s intention to get a job?

———————————————————————————————————————————-Q6. What kind of tests must an applicant pass before being invited for interview?


Q7. How old was John’s oldest child?


Q8. By whom was the nationwide campaign on Disarmament coordinated?

———————————————————————————————————————————-Q9. How was John usually spending his weekends?


Q10. When was the campaign on Disarmament launched?


Score. /10
Percentage 100% Tester
Name

Tester CP
AUDIO TAPE TEST # 1 QUESTION PAPER “C”

Family Name:……………………………. First Name………………………….. CP#……………..

Country………………………….. Date…………………………….

Q1. When was the campaign on Disarmament launched?


Q2. How old was John’s oldest child?


Q3. By whom was the nationwide campaign on Disarmament coordinated?


Q4. What was John’s citizenship?


Q5. How was John usually spending his weekends?

———————————————————————————————————————————-Q6. Which neighboring countries to Liberia have good reception of the main Liberian radio stations?


Q7. On what day and date was John invited to the Police Headquarters for interview?


Q8. How did John’s father react on his son’s intention to become a police officer?

———————————————————————————————————————————-Q9. What was the response of the manager of the supermarket to John’s intention to get a job?


Q10. What kind of tests must an applicant pass before being invited for interview?


Score. /10
Percentage 100% Tester
Name

Tester CP

ANSWERS: AUDIO TAPE TEST # 1 “A”

Q1. What was John’s citizenship?

Liberian

Q2. What was John usually spending his weekends?

Playing Football and listening to the radio.

Q3. Which neighboring countries to Liberia have good reception of the main Liberian radio stations?

Sierra Leone, Guinea and Ivory Coast.

Q4. When was the campaign on Disarmament launched?

3-d of December 2003

Q5. How old was John’s oldest child?

9 years old

Q6. By whom was the nationwide campaign on Disarmament coordinated?

UNMIL radio

Q7. What was the response of the manager of the supermarket to John’s intention to get a job?

No response.

Q8. What kind of tests must an applicant pass before being invited for interview?

Physical, written, medical and psychological tests.

Q9. On what day and date was John invited to the Police Headquarters for interview?

Monday 17th of January 2005

Q10. How did John’s father react on his son’s intention to become a police officer?

He would be proud.

ANSWERS: AUDIO TAPE TEST # 1 “B”

Q1. Which neighboring countries to Liberia have good reception of the main Liberian radio stations?

Sierra Leone, Guinea and Ivory Coast.

Q2. On what day and date was John invited to the Police Headquarters for interview?

Monday 17th of January 2005

Q3. What was John’s citizenship?

Liberian

Q4. How did John’s father react on his son’s intention to become a police officer?

He would be proud.

Q5. What was the response of the manager of the supermarket to John’s intention to get a job?
No response.
———————————————————————————————————————————-Q6. What kind of tests must an applicant pass before being invited for interview?

Physical, written, medical and psychological tests.

Q7. How old was John’s oldest child?

9 years old

Q8. By whom was the nationwide campaign on Disarmament coordinated?
UNMIL radio
———————————————————————————————————————————-Q9. How was John usually spending his weekends?

Playing Football and listening to the radio.

Q10. When was the campaign on Disarmament launched?

3-d of December 2003

ANSWERS: AUDIO TAPE TEST # 1 “C”

Q1. When was the campaign on Disarmament launched?

3-d of December 2003

Q2. How old was John’s oldest child?

9 years old

Q3. By whom was the nationwide campaign on Disarmament coordinated ?

UNMIL radio

Q4. What was John’s citizenship?

Liberian

Q5. How was John usually spending his weekends?
Playing Football and listening to the radio.
———————————————————————————————————————————-Q6. Which neighboring countries to Liberia have good reception of the main Liberian radio stations?

Sierra Leone, Guinea and Ivory Coast.

Q7. On what day and date was John invited to the Police Headquarters for interview?

Monday 17th of January 2005

Q8. How did John’s father react on his son’s intention to become a police officer?
He would be proud.
———————————————————————————————————————————-Q9. What was the response of the manager of the supermarket to John’s intention to get a job?

No response.

Q10. What kind of tests must an applicant pass before being invited for interview?

Physical, written, medical and psychological tests.

KEY FACTS. REPORT WRITING TEST # 1

  1. Civil war in Liberia was over in 2003.
  2. Three main radio stations in Monrovia operating on FM frequency:
  3. Music 90, 2. Official radio of the UNMIL 91, 5; World news frequency 103
  4. Sierra Leone, Guinea and Ivory Coast.
  5. Program on Disarmament was launched on 3-d of December 2003
  6. John was a 28 years old Liberian citizen.
  7. Married for 10 years.
  8. Three kids: two sons and a daughter
  9. Daughter was 9, the oldest son was 7 and the youngest was 5.
  10. John and his family lived in his father’s house in Monrovia.
  11. Finished high school in May 1993 and received certificate.
  12. He was unemployed
  13. Played football on his weekends and was listening to the radio.
  14. Looking for a job as a security officer at the electronic goods shop.
  15. Heard an announcement on the UNMIL radio.
  16. Recruitment of police officers.
  17. Poster on the wall of the Police station.
  18. Fitness, written, psychological and medical tests.
  19. Spoke with his father about his intention to become a police officer.
  20. 17 January 2005 he was invited for interview.

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