30 for 30 is a one on one personal coaching session for police applicants, cadets, and rookie officers.
The sole purpose of 30 for 30 is to help get applicants through the police hiring process, cadets through the police academy, and rookies off to a headstart in their careers.
During 30 for 30 sessions, we can cover anything from the hiring process to retirement and everything in between (police applications, oral boards, out of state processes, academy tips, FTO, and more).
Treat every aspect of your career with professionalism.
Every Monday - Friday
09:00 - 09:30 am CST
09:45 - 10:15 am CST
*If you purchase both time slots, sessions will run from 09:00 - 10:00 am CST.
*Sessions will be done virtually through ZOOM
Dec 11 - Dec 17
Meet your Career Coach
Your Coach Xavier has 4 years of Military Service and 7 years of Police experience. Xavier currently works as a Police Academy Instructor, Adjunct Firearms Instructor, and Adjunct DT Instructor for a large Department in TX.
He has authored 5 books specifically geared toward early career development in the field of law enforcement and is currently getting his Ph.D. in Criminal Justice Leadership.
What you'll get at 30for30:
Personal 1-on-1 review and consultation of your law enforcement application, the police application process, police academy success plan, FTO, deferred investments, etc.
Speak with active law enforcement personnel only, who are still on the streets, at the academy, and are active FTO's.
Get the answers you need for your unique situation, no generalizations.
Opportunity to develop long term career plans, retirement goals, and maximize your career.
Access from anywhere in the world.
Your reputation starts as soon as you submit your first application.
HOW 30for30 CAME ABOUT.
There are 17,985 Police Departments Nationwide.
Approximately 701,000 active law enforcement officers.
The law enforcement sector is projected to grow by 6.8% over the next 5 - 10 years.
In any given year there is an average of 700,000 applicants applying to get on with these agencies.
Most applicants don't get past the initial application process
Don't get left in the crowd.