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$7,180 - $9,126 yearly
Columbia County 901 Port Avenue, St. Helens, OR, USA
Feb 27, 2020
Full time
POSITION : JAIL COMMANDER. This position is a full-time management position, Civil Service exempt, FLSA exempt and not represented by a bargaining unit. SALARY : $7,180 - $9,126 per month with additional incentive pay available for certain DPSST certifications. Appointment in range at hire will be negotiable. Excellent benefits, including paid PERS contribution and family health insurance plus generous leave benefits. See Benefits Offered section for details. CLOSING : MARCH 16, 2020. Applications must be received by 5:00pm on the closing date. Applications will only be accepted via online submission. DUTIES : Ensure the professional performance and administration of the Columbia County Jail. Responsible for planning, organizing and directing the activities of the Columbia County Jail. TO QUALIFY : Equivalent to a Bachelor’s degree in a related field. At least 5 years’ progressively responsible experience in law enforcement, with at least one year of supervisory experience. Possession of the Corrections Officer Basic Certificate or higher from the Department of Public Safety Standards and Training (DPSST). Possession of or ability to obtain within one year of hire Advanced DPSST Certification and, within two years of hire, the DPSST management certificate. Current/active equivalent certifications from other states will also be considered. An in-depth background check, including criminal history, will be conducted of final candidates. TO APPLY : Applicants MUST submit the Columbia County application form. To be considered in the recruitment process, online instructions must be followed for completing and submitting the application. Email completed application, resume, and any other requested document(s) in PDF format, before 5:00pm on the closing date to
$42,654 yearly
Clermont Police Department Clermont, FL, USA
Feb 26, 2020
Full time
These job functions are not to be construed as a complete statement of all duties performed.  Employees may be assigned additional duties by management as deemed necessary.  Enforces all city and state codes, ordinances, laws, and regulations in order to protect life and property and to prevent crime and promote security; apprehends and/or arrests persons who violate federal, state or City codes and laws and advises suspects of rights; processes and transports prisoners according to procedure. Maintains visibility by patrolling assigned area, city streets, parks, neighborhoods, and businesses in a marked police vehicle; remains alert to suspicious activities or persons and reacts appropriately; inspects troublesome areas and checks security of business establishments; performs surveillance of various locations and of criminal suspects; collects and reviews data; develops trends and/or patterns pertaining to locations/suspects; files intelligence reports. Monitors radio and responds to emergency calls/calls for assistance; communicates with radio dispatcher and responds to complaints, reports of criminal events, requests for law enforcement, and domestic or public disputes; assesses situation and takes appropriate actions to bring situation to resolution; follows standard operating procedures when responding to calls; provides backup assistance to fellow officers as requested/necessary; contacts command/supervisory personnel for emergency response and critical incident communications. Secures crime scenes until superiors arrive; gathers preliminary information in criminal investigations by obtaining statements from victims, witnesses and suspects; performs searches of people, vehicles and buildings; prepares investigative reports of findings, facts, and related information; detects and collects evidence and substances that provide the basis for probable cause for criminal acts; testifies in court. Determines probable cause to search and/or reasonable suspicion to detain suspects; obtains warrants and performs various search operations; locates missing persons; pursues fleeing and subdues resisting suspects and effects arrests. Enforces traffic laws and regulations; stops vehicles for traffic violations and issues traffic citations/warnings; directs vehicle and pedestrian traffic around accidents, disabled traffic control devices, or heavily congested areas; establishes road blocks; administers field sobriety tests; identifies wanted persons/vehicles; impounds vehicles; assists disabled motorists; directs traffic for funerals and other public gatherings; ensures roadways are clear of obstacles and hazards. Responds to accident calls; gathers information at the accident scene; investigates accidents involving serious injury; fatality, or hit-and-run; interviews victims and witnesses; notifies relatives of victims as necessary. Performs tasks as necessary to assist at the scene of accidents, crimes, or other incidents, including crowd control, first aid, rescue functions, etc. Completes and/or reviews paperwork documenting shift and incident activities;completes state reports to accurately record criminal offenses; completes and prepares a variety of forms, logs, requests, records, reports, correspondence, and various other documents associated with daily responsibilities of this position; maintains administrative records and files. Engages in public relations and community service activities and events to promote a positive image for the department and to build cooperative and collaborative relationships with the community; responds to questions, complaints, and requests for information by telephone or in person from merchants, community/civic organizations, the general public, employees, superiors, and other individuals. Enters/retrieves data to/from computer system including stolen property, arrest and wanted persons information, investigation data, and criminal/driving records checks; reviews crime statistics. Maintains current field and code manuals, policies and procedures, employee handbooks, various maps, and related material for reference and/or review. Attends shift meetings, seminars, and specialized/update training sessions as required to maintain knowledge of departmental and city operations, to promote improved job performance, and to maintain knowledge of changing policies, procedures, codes, and laws. Cooperates with federal, state, and local law enforcement agencies and their officers or representatives when activities are related to investigations within city jurisdiction; assists in the prosecution of offenders; appears in court to present evidence and testimony. May perform various tasks and duties related to special assignments as to emergency or special response teams; community outreach and education programs such as Crime Prevention, explorer programs, and grant programs; special units such as traffic, canine, bike patrol, narcotics; or internal training positions such as Recruitment/Training Officer and Field Training Officer; attends community meetings and assists with community activities, programs, and special events; coordinates, leads, and teaches special education programs or media campaigns. Assists with interdepartmental duties and city activities, which may include working within school zones, directing traffic, providing security at city social events, special escorts, crowd/riot control, or other special assignments. Maintains police vehicle and equipment, including firearms; shuttles vehicles for maintenance purposes. Answers the telephone; provides information, advice and guidance; takes and relays messages and/or direct calls to appropriate personnel; returns calls as necessary.  Minimum Qualifications: Minimum Qualifications   Education and Experience: An equivalent combination of higher education and experience may be considered, provided that the education and experience is in a relevant and related field. High school graduation or GED Completions of the Minimum Standards courses as set forth by the Florida Police Standards Council. Must meet minimum qualifications set forth in Florida Statue 943.13   Licenses, Certifications, and/or Registrations: Florida Law Enforcement Certification Valid Florida Drivers License. Essential Physical Functions & Environmental Conditions: The City of Clermont is an Equal Opportunity Employer. The Americans with Disabilities Act requires the City to provide reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals with disabilities. Prospective and current employees are encouraged to discuss potential accommodations with management.  Light (up to 15 pounds) to heavy (45 pounds or over) lifting and carrying.  Endure sustained acts of physical exhaustion and endure periods of duty under unfavorable and life threatening situations.  Meets all physical requirements needed to complete certification requirements.   Acceptable eyesight (with or without correction).  Acceptable hearing (with or without hearing aid).  Ability to communicate both orally and in writing.  Depth perception, distinguish colors.  Walking, climbing, standing, crawling, kneeling, bending, stooping, jumping, running.  Smelling.  Driving.  Environmental Conditions Works outside.  Works outside in various weather conditions with: noise, fumes, gases, smoke or flames, odors, slippery and uneven surfaces, heights, poor lighting.  In or with moving objects or vehicles.  In hazardous and stressful conditions. 
$55,988 - $75,134 yearly
Ankeny Police Department Ankeny, IA, USA
Feb 24, 2020
Full time
The Ankeny Police Department provides law enforcement services to the City of Ankeny (pop. 70,000).  The City of Ankeny has regularly been designated as one of the Fastest Growing Cities in the United States. With approximately 70 sworn officers, the Ankeny Police Department provides a wide range of career opportunities, including: Patrol Officer, Detective, School Resource Officer, Community Engagement Team, K-9, SWAT, Narcotics Detective, and more.  The department also offers a variety of instructorships, including Firearms, Defensive Tactics, Driving, Taser, ASP Baton, Pepper Spray, Less Lethal Munitions, and many more. The City of Ankeny offers a competitive pay plan and benefits package, including: excellent paid time off, retirement plan, and on-duty workout program. Patrol Officers work a 5 days on, 3 days off, 9 hour day schedule.  Other work hours vary by assignment.
$51,509 - $67,186 yearly
Cheyenne Police Department 415 W 18th St, Cheyenne, Wyoming, USA
Feb 20, 2020
Full time
The Cheyenne Police Department is looking for capable, motivated individuals ready to make a difference in our community as a sworn Police Officer. Here are some reasons you'll want to "Protect the Legend" of Cheyenne with us: Pay and Benefits: Starting pay for a new Officer is $51,509 a year with a top Officer salary of $67,186. Rank increase, paid overtime, and specialty pay offer further financial opportunities. No state income tax.-Aside from what you pay to Uncle Sam, you keep what you earn here. Compare your cost of living to ours in Cheyenne. 20 year pension- You're eligible for a state pension of 50% of your top five earning years (not a 401K; no more hoarding paperclips from the office in hopes of cashing them in when you retire). Make an Impact in a Community that Supports You: While pay and benefits are very important to consider, the community you work with plays a big part in where you go. The community support you receive here is apparent everyday and it starts from the top with our city's mayor and city council who are outspoken in supporting the Cheyenne Police Department. We are a department that continues to have a reputation for great community and leader support. Our officers get thanked by our citizens on a regular basis and our staff are receptive to ideas from line officers through the chain of command. This is a department that has your back. Location, Location, Location: We are what most people think of as a small city, yet with a population of about 60,000, we still have plenty of options for shopping, housing, and some anonymity. If you want the big city experience, you can go shopping in Fort Collins or watch a game in Denver, come back home to Cheyenne and not have to put up with all the traffic and people on a day-to-day basis. If you're looking for a little solitude, we have mountains, lakes, ski resorts and hunting opportunities nearby. Specialties: The Cheyenne Police Department is large enough to have a variety of specialties, but small enough that you have a chance at getting into a specialty position. Laterals receive a $7,500 signing bonus and are eligible for higher pay. Job Description Our work involves responsibility for community protection of life and property, crime prevention, law enforcement and arrest, assigned patrol duties, traffic control, report processing, public relations contacts, and other special police related assignments. Entry Level Applicants: Those who are hired will attend a 13-week Peace Officer Basic at the Wyoming Law Enforcement Academy, Douglas, WY. Following the academy the officer will be required to complete the department’s 14-week Field Training Program (FTO Training). Additionally, the officer will be on an 18-month probationary period from the date of hire. Lateral Applicants: Laterals will attend a 2-week Criminal Law course at the Law Enforcement Academy, Douglas, WY. Following the course the officer will be required to complete the department’s 14-week Field Training Program (FTO Training). Additionally, the officer will be on an 18-month probationary period from the date of hire. Laterals meeting certain criteria may receive a raise in pay grade after six months satisfactory employment. Requirements Age:   Must be 21 at time of hire. Education:   High School Diploma or G.E.D. equivalent. Experience:   No prior law enforcement experience necessary. New employees will attend the Wyoming Law Enforcement Academy at the Cheyenne Police Department's expense. Applicants must meet the following requirements: U.S. Citizen High School Diploma or GED equivalent 21 Years old at time of hire No felony or domestic violence convictions Not have a Dishonorable Discharge from the Military Traffic: an applicant who has any of the following will be disqualified: Three (3) or more moving violation convictions within the previous 36 months. (three separate, individual incidents) Administrative suspension of a driver's license; conviction or any form of deferred prosecution qualified by state statute, or as amended, within the previous 36 months from the date of disposition, including, but not limited to: Driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs Leaving the scene of an accident Fleeing to avoid arrest Reckless driving Homicide or assault by motor vehicle Drug use: an applicant who has ANY of the following will be disqualified: Used any illegal drugs while employed in any law enforcement or prosecutorial position, or while employed in a position which carries with it a high level of responsibility or public trust. Been discovered to have misrepresented his/her drug history in completing the application. Distributed or sold any illegal drug for profit at any time. Personal drug history will be evaluated on an individual basis.

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