Physical Agility Workshops - Rochester Police Department

Let our physical trainers coach you to success. Preparation for the physical agility examination is the key to success. Knowing how to prepare is just as important.Agility-WorkshopDownload the physical agility information sheet; view the physical agility video.

Generally, the Rochester Police Department (RPD) finds that nearly half of the prospective candidates who take the physical agility test do not pass and, therefore, are eliminated from further consideration and cannot continue in the hiring process. As a result, many good candidates are lost early in the hiring process. 

Our physical agility workshops help prepare you for the examination by demonstrating the proper form for push-ups and sit-ups, tips on maintaining endurance during the 1.5 mile run, reviewing workout schedules, providing nutrition tips and running you through a practice physical agility exam. 

Do not miss the opportunity to improve your chances for success in becoming a Rochester Police Officer. Join our next physical agility preparation course. 

Physical agility workshops are held at the Public Safety Training Facility, Room 107, 1190 Scottsville Road in Rochester. Attendance is voluntary and registration is necessary to attend. *You may only apply for one workshop, as they will be identical*  The first hour is lecture; the second hour is stretching and practical exercises.

Two-hour agility workshops will be held on the following Saturdays in 2020: TBD

To register: Please call (585) 428-6716, or e-mail Leave your name, daytime phone number and the date and time you wish to attend. Speak clearly and spell your last name. Your call will not be returned unless the date and time you request is not available.