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U.S. Army
Apr 09, 2020
Full time
About the Job Military police protect the lives and property on Army installations by enforcing military laws and regulations. They also control traffic, prevent crime and respond to all emergencies. JOB DUTIES: Law enforcement patrols. Interview witnesses, victims, and suspects in investigations. Crime scene security and processing. Arrest and charge criminal suspects. REQUIREMENTS: Those who want to serve must first take the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery, a series of tests that helps you better understand your strengths and identify which Army jobs are best for you. Clean record. U.S. Citizen or Permanent Resident. Driver's License. No serious medical issues to include asthma. TRAINING: Job training for military police requires 20 weeks of One Station Unit Training and on-the-job instruction in police methods. Part of this time is spent in the classroom and in the field. Some of the skills you’ll learn are: Basic warrior skills and use of firearms. Military/civil laws and jurisdiction. Investigating and collecting evidence. Traffic and crowd control. Arrest and restraint of suspects. HELPFUL SKILLS: Interest in law enforcement. Ability to make quick decisions. Remain calm under heavy duress. Ability to interact well with people. COMPENSATION: Total compensation includes housing, medical, food, special pay, and vacation time. EDUCATION BENEFITS: In the Army, qualified students can earn full-tuition, merit-based scholarships, allowances for books and fees, plus an annual stipend for living expenses. Learn more about education benefits. FUTURE CIVILIAN CAREERS: The skills you learn will help prepare you for a career with federal, state and local law enforcement. PARTNERSHIP FOR YOUTH SUCCESS (PAYS) PROGRAM: Those interested in this job may be eligible for civilian employment, after the Army, by enrolling in the Army PaYS program. The PaYS program is a recruitment option that guarantees a job interview with military friendly employers that are looking for experienced and trained Veterans to join their organization. Find out more about the Army PaYS Program at . LAPD. New York City Police Dept. Louisville Metro Police. Clearwater PD. Alabama Department of Corrections. Las Vegas Metro Police Department. Kansas Highway Patrol. City of Chicago. Baltimore Police Department. Corpus Christi Police Department. Job Types: Full-time, Part-time.
$52,642 yearly
Dallas Area Rapid Transit Police Department Dallas, TX, USA
Apr 09, 2020
Full time
MAKE A DIFFERENCE ... WITH A FULFILLING CAREER ... THAT HAS IT ALL ! • fast-paced dynamic environment • public service • camaraderie with co-workers • protecting your community • role model • exciting and challenging duties •   variety of special assignments   • growing department with promotional opportunities * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * ESSENTIAL SKILLS NEEDED : - Excellent communication skills - Ability to stay calm under pressure - Ethical decision making skills - Integrity and excellent judgment - Superior problem solving skills - Easily adaptable/flexible - Ability to work well with others SALARY INFORMATION : Annual starting salary for applicants who are not already licensed TCOLE police officers: $52,642. (Increased to $54,270 upon completing the police academy and increased to $55,898 upon one year of service.) Annual starting salary for applicants who are already licensed TCOLE police officers with less than one year of experience: $54,270. Annual starting salary for applicants who are already licensed TCOLE police officers with at least one year of experience: $55,898. Extra pay for TCOLE certifications: Intermediate = $600 per year Advanced = $900 per year Master = $1,200 per year Extra pay for evening and night shifts. AGENCY INFORMATION : Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) is the mass transit agency for the Dallas metropolitan area. The DART Police Department provides police services for the transportation system throughout 13 cities in 6 counties, covering over 700 square miles. The department has over 420 positions and DART Police officers are vested with all the rights, privileges, obligations, and duties of peace officers in the state of Texas. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES : 1. Responds to calls for police service within DART jurisdiction to include, but not limited to:• Investigating crimes, accidents and incidents,• Arresting suspects and violators,• Settling disputes,• Directing traffic,• Assisting the public,• Detaining individuals,• Issuing citations, and other patrol activities 2. Interfaces with local police departments located within DART's service area. 3. Conducts preliminary and follow-up investigations. 4. Conducts security surveys. 5. Develops crime prevention approaches/measures. 6. Performs special assignments. 7. Prepares a variety of reports for management review such as investigation results, activities, status reports, etc. 8. Performs other duties as assigned. MINIMUM KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES REQUIRED : 1. High school diploma, or G.E.D. plus twelve (12) hours college credit from an accredited college or university. The requirement to have 12 college hours only applies to applicants who have a G.E.D. However, applicants who have graduated from High School are not required to have any college hours. 2. Written and oral communication skills to effectively communicate with all levels, both inside and outside of DART. 3. Analytical and creative skills to find solutions to complex problems. 4. Proficient using PC and software applications. 5. Valid Texas Drivers License or possess a comparable drivers license from another state of the United States. No Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) conviction within the last ten (10) years; not more than one (1) on driving record. No more than three (3) moving violation convictions within last 36 months. 6. Ability to demonstrate a fiduciary obligation to section, division, department, and DART in handling materials and information of a confidential nature. 7. Must be able to: continuously work outdoors in all kinds of weather; drive or sit in a patrol car for prolonged periods of time while remaining alert; ride on a train or bus for prolonged periods of time while remaining alert; understand verbal communication over the radio with background noise; and read and write under low light conditions. 8. Must be able to: be physically active for prolonged periods of time; stand, walk, and run on all types of surfaces, including uneven surfaces; run after fleeing suspects, to include surmounting various physical barriers, fences, and walls; climb up and down stairs; bend and twist; reach at waist and chest levels, at times reaching behind while in a seated position; kneel and squat; jump without steps onto or from uneven surfaces; carry injured persons; lift, push, and pull up to an estimated 50lbs of force; restrain persons to prevent escape; use hands for grasping, pushing, and pulling, to include holding firearm, baton, or pepperspray can in a steady and stable, outstretched position; effectively utilize police equipment such as, but not limited to, firearms, handcuffs, batons, pepperspray cans, police radio, keys, and self-contained breathing apparatus; expose hands to vibration; and continuously carry/wear heavy police equipment and bulletproof vest. 9. Pass a physical agility test. 10. Pass physical (medical) examination which includes a drug screen. 11. Incumbents are subject to random alcohol and drug testing as a condition of continual employment. 12. Must have vision of no less than 20/40 in each eye (with any corrective lenses) for effective visual surveillance and correct identification of surrounding environment. Candidates must not have moderate or strong impairment of depth or color perception. 13. Successful completion of selection process including but not limited to physical agility test, entrance exam, polygraph exam, psychological evaluation, background investigation, and criminal history check. 14. Must be able to work variable shifts, including weekends and holidays. Must be able to be on call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, including holidays and weekends. DISQUALIFICATION FACTORS : During the screening process a criminal history, and driver’s license check will be conducted. Disqualifiers include but are not limited to the following: 1. No Felony convictions, no Class A Misdemeanor convictions, and no Class B Misdemeanor convictions in the last ten years. 2. No pending criminal investigations or actions (civilian or military) and/or be under indictment for any criminal offense at the time of application. 3. Not more than one (1) DWI conviction on your driving record. 4. No dishonorable or less than honorable military discharges. BENEFITS : - Health Insurance - Dental Insurance - Vision Insurance - Life Insurance - AD&D Insurance - Pension Plan (fully funded by employer at 7.7% of salary) - 401K Retirement Plan (employer matches ½ of employee contribution) - Full uniform provided - Tuition reimbursement - Paid time off that increases with seniority - Relocation reimbursement APPLICATION : An online application must be submitted to be considered for employment; a resume alone will not be considered. You may apply online at STEPS IN THE HIRING PROCESS : - Online application - Physical ability test - Written test - Interview Board - Polygraph Exam - Background Investigation - Interview with Chief of Police - Medical exam & drug test - Psychological evaluation - Fingerprinting For additional information about our minimum qualifications or hiring process, please visit our website at and go to the Employment Opportunities page. DART is proud to be an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer, supporting diversity in the workplace. M/F/D/V
$46,339 yearly
Henrico County Police Department
Apr 01, 2020
Full time
OUR MISSION As an internationally accredited law enforcement agency, our mission is to enhance the quality of life in Henrico County through innovative crime prevention strategies and partnerships. OUR VALUES HONOR:  As it is displayed in the integrity of our members, the trust we place in each other, and the respect we earn from and give to the public. PROFESSIONALISM:  In our response to the needs of the citizens and community. Professionalism is achieved through training, commitment, and acting within the rule of the law. COMMITMENT:  To the proactive prevention of crime in our County by achieving a close working association with all citizens in eliminating the opportunities for crime and reducing the fear of crime. COMPASSION:  In our response to victims and others in need. We strive to be compassionate by treating everyone with fairness, respect, and sincerity. ACCOUNTABILITY:  As we hold ourselves to the highest standards of conduct in performing our service to the community, embracing the ideals of our Constitution and democratic society. 

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