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Lexington County Sheriff's Department 521 Gibson Road, Lexington, SC, USA
Jun 19, 2019
Full time
$500 NEW HIRE INCENTIVE $1,500 TWO-YEAR RETENTION INCENTIVE JOB REQUIREMENTS All applicants must meet the following minimum requirements to be considered for employment. Additional requirements for the positions of Deputy and Correctional Officer are outlined separately below: Minimum Requirements for all Positions Must have a High School diploma or GED. Must have a clear criminal history. Must be a United States citizen. Driving record must not show a disregard for the law. Credit history must show sound financial management with the ability to keep accounts paid up-to-date. Results of all pre-employment tests and interviews must meet standards. Past employment record must be satisfactory. Must pass a drug test. Medical examination results must show that you are capable of performing all of the essential functions of the job for which you are applying, with reasonable accommodation.Driving record review Criminal record review Credit history review Psychological screening Initial interview Polygraph examination Background investigation Pre-employment physical examination and completion of a health history questionnaire Pre-employment drug test Any other requirement determined necessary by the Sheriff’s DepartmentQualified applicants and employees are treated without regard to race, religion, sex, national origin, age, marital status, or disability. Job Purpose Essential Duties and Responsibilities Job Specifications and Qualifications Skills: ♦ Comprehending, interpreting, and applying regulations, laws, and detention methods and techniques; ♦ Written and verbal communication via in-person, phone, and email contact; ♦ Utilizing taser equipment and restraining devices; ♦ Reacting calmly in emergency and stressful situations.Licensing and Certifications: ♦ Class II Basic Jail Certification from the South Carolina Criminal Justice Academy; ♦ Valid South Carolina Driver's License; ♦ CPR and First Aid certifications.♦ Exerting up to 100 pounds of force occasionally, up to 50 pounds of force frequently, and/or up to 20 pounds of force constantly having to move objects. ♦ Positions in this class typically require fingering, talking, hearing, seeing, grasping, standing, walking, repetitive motions, stooping, kneeling, crouching, reaching, climbing, balancing, pushing, pulling, and lifting. ♦ Positions in this class may be exposed to moving mechanical parts, odors, dusts, poor ventilation, chemicals, oils, extreme temperatures, inadequate lighting, intense noises, gases, workspace restrictions, and vibrations.All applicants must complete a Lexington County Sheriff's Department application. Applications can be obtained at the front lobby of the Sheriff's Department located at 521 Gibson Road, Lexington, South Carolina; at the South Carolina Department of Employment and Workforce (SC Works) office located at 671 Main Street, West Columbia, SC 29170; or visiting our website at (online application available) Lexington County Sheriff's Department Attn: Human Resources Division PO Box 639 Lexington, SC 29072 The following documents are required in order for your application to be processed: Please complete the application accurately and completely, especially concerning past employers and reference information (giving FULL addresses, telephone numbers, etc.). Questionnaires may be mailed to any references, current and past employers you indicate in your application, therefore, correct mailing addresses are critical. The Department accepts applications on a continual basis. Completed applications can be turned in at the front desk of the Sheriff's Department, which is open 24 hours a day, or to the above listed SC Works location, from 8:30 a.m. through 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday. Completed applications may also be mailed to the Department at the following address: Application Process: Working Conditions / Physical Requirements: Education/Experience: ♦ High School diploma or equivalent, with no experience required. Knowledge: ♦ Methods, organization, and operation of a County detention facility; ♦ Structure, functions, and inter-relationships of state and local law enforcement agencies and detention facilities; ♦ Enforcement procedures; ♦ Methods of detention and incarceration; ♦ Firearms, restraining devices, automotive, radio, and other law enforcement and security equipment; ♦ State and federal law, departmental and county policies, and state and federal standards pertaining to corrections. ♦ Maintains the security and safety of the County’s detention facility, inmates and staff through implementation of established policies and procedures. ♦ Monitors jail access and egress. ♦ Monitors security cameras, alarm systems, automated locking systems and other specialized security equipment. ♦ Patrols facility to ensure security; inspects locking and security devices and doors for proper working condition. ♦ Processes and books inmates; searches, photographs and fingerprints inmates; secures inmates’ property and issues clothing and supplies; establishes inmate records and accounts; completes medical screenings; receives and processes inmates for weekend sentences; escorts inmates to proper housing locations. ♦ Performs initial classification of all new arrivals; conducts NCIC background checks on new inmates. ♦ Supervises meals, visitation, recreation and exercise, telephone privileges, counseling, court visits, movement within the facility, and medical attention; conducts head counts regularly. ♦ Maintains key and tool control. ♦ Supervises inmate workers. ♦ Ensures that inmates are provided with appropriate sanitary conditions, clothing and supplies; administers First Aid and/or CPR as required. ♦ Routinely searches inmates, cells, kitchen and other inmate-accessible areas for contraband and other safety and security hazards. ♦ Observes and maintains orderly conduct among inmate population; subdues unruly or violent individuals; responds to emergency situations on jail property; investigates incidents, crimes, disputes, abuse of drugs, etc., among inmates. Provides for the safety of staff and inmates and the security of the detention facility; supervises inmate activities, and performs related corrections work as assigned. For more information about employment opportunities with the Lexington County Sheriff's Department, contact  our recruiter Sergeant Dan Rusinyak at 803-785-JOIN(5646) This process generally takes eight to ten weeks or longer to complete. PRE-EMPLOYMENT SELECTION PROCESS The Sheriff’s Department’s pre-employment selection process consists of the following elements: Copy of Birth Certificate Copy of Social Security Card Copy of High School Diploma or GED Copy of a valid S.C. Driver’s License Certified ten-year driving record (You must provide a copy of your driving record from every state you have been licensed to drive within the past ten years.) Credit report (This can be obtained from companies such as Equifax, Experian, etc. These are listed in the yellow pages of the phone directory under “Credit Reporting Agencies” and also at the bottom of this page.) Copy of form DD-214 (if a Veteran) Copies of other documents which may be applicable to employment (i.e. Certifications, training documents, diplomas, etc.) Applicant Qualifications  –  Edit You have requested that Indeed ask candidates the following questions: You will be contacted within several weeks of the submission of your application. If your application is satisfactory, you will be given a date and time to attend applicant testing. Following testing, applicants are placed in an applicant pool along with others who have successfully completed the applicant process to that point. The most qualified applicants are then chosen to continue in the process. If rejected, an applicant may reapply one year after being turned down for employment. Major Credit Reporting Agencies Equifax ( or 1-800-685-1111) Experian ( or 1-888-397-3742) TransUnion ( or 1-800-888-4213) What is the highest level of education you have completed? Are you willing to undergo a background check, in accordance with local law/regulations? Are you authorized to work in the following country: United States? Do you speak English?Hires Needed:  10+ hires Application Settings  –  Edit Language  –  Edit Additional Job Details  –  Edit English Apply method:  Email ( Expected Hiring Date:  2 to 4 weeks Job Settings  –  Edit Benefits offered: Paid time off, Health insurance, Dental insurance, Healthcare spending or reimbursement accounts such as HSAs or FSAs, Other types of insurance, Retirement benefits or accounts, Education assistance or tuition reimbursement, Gym memberships or discounts, Employee discounts  
$21.52 - $29.79 hourly
Pottawattamie County 1400 Big Lake Road, Council Bluffs, IA, USA
Jun 18, 2019
Pottawattamie  Sheriff's Office/Jail Division  does more than manage inmates, we care for people!   Announcing a hiring process for  Detention Officer  position who has a passion for providing the highest quality care in an institutional setting. This position is full-time with 12 hour shifts.   OPENING DATE:                     06/18/2019 CLOSING DATE:                      07/19/2019 11:59 PM   PURPOSE OF POSITION: The Detention Officer is responsible for maintaining the correction facility, environment and inmates in a safe and secure manner.  The incumbent will be required to supervise and control inmate behavior in the correction facility through the use of direct contact, surveillance devices, patrolling and inspections of persons and areas. ESSENTIAL EDUCATION, CERTIFICATION AND/OR LICENSES : Graduation from an accredited high school or successful completion of the high school GED test. Must possess a valid driver's license at the time of hire. Must be certified as mandated by the Sheriff's Department within twelve months of the date of hire. SALARY:    $21.52 Hourly TESTING/HIRING PROCESS: Applications are being accepted online at , Jobs section. In order to be considered for employment and placed on an eligibility list, applicants must complete an employment application and successfully pass a written examination.  WRITTEN EXAMINATION: Applicants will be charged a $20.00 testing fee to be PAID BEFORE testing at Sheriff's Office Jail Division, 1400 Big Lake Rd., Council Bluffs, IA by mail post marked July 19, 2019 or stop in during business hours of 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM.   Study guides  (optional)  are available for $5.00 at Sheriff's Office Jail Division. Testing will be administered on August 1st - August 3rd.   Applicants will receive an informational email to self-schedule their testing date.  
City of Durham Police Department 602 East Main Street, Durham, NC, USA
Jun 14, 2019
Full time
The Durham Police Department is accepting application for police officers. Work involves the responsibility for the protection of life and property, prevention of crime, apprehension of criminals and the enforcement of laws and ordinances of the State of North Carolina and the City of Durham. The Durham Police Department is an internationally accredited law enforcement agency. The city of Durham and the Durham police department are equal opportunity / affirmative action employers.The Durham Police Department offers great opportunities for advancement and special assignments as well as many other great benefits such as Paid training, $5000 bonus upon successful completion of training for new and lateral transfer officers, if eligible, Up to $3000 relocation reimbursement for officers who move into the city limits of Durham upon completion of all phases of training, take home car program for officers who live within the city limits of Durham plus much more..
$53,380 - $91,812 yearly
North Las Vegas Police Department 2250 North Las Vegas Boulevard, North Las Vegas, NV, USA
Jun 04, 2019
Full time
Job Description - Apply at The North Las Vegas Police Department's mission is to encourage and engage the community to work as one in order to provide a safe, secure, and enjoyable community. This is accomplished by protecting lives and property; maintaining social order by enforcing federal, state, and local laws; working in a collaborative effort with the community to identify problems; and involving the community in the search for solutions. Our department is committed to having a positive impact in the City of North Las Vegas by reducing crime, reducing the fear of crime and enhancing the quality of life in the community. We are currently accepting applications for Entry Level Police Officer and Lateral Police Officer positions. Job Responsibility Performs professional police duties in preserving the public peace. Protects life and property; and prevents crime and enforces laws. Builds relationships with residents, businesses and stakeholders; promotes community policing. Patrols assigned areas; responds to radio calls and other calls for assistance. Protects crime scene and collects evidence and information. Investigates civil disorder and investigates and makes decisions at the crime scene. Conducts search and seizure. Apprehends and makes arrests; takes statements and prepares and writes reports. Enforces DUI/traffic laws. Transports persons in custody. Provides emergency assistance. Writes and reads reports and other documents. Appears in court to present testimony. May assist in training new personnel as needed. Performs other related duties as assigned.

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