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To submit a job posting send a brief description of the position (see examples below) including expiration date, to James Miner.
Important: Please be sure to include an ending date for the listing, otherwise it will automatically be removed one month after posting. If you have any questions about getting a job posted, email - jminer@ilea.in.gov or call Jim @ (317) 837-3284.


Rockport Police Department

The Rockport Police Department is now accepting applications for Reserve Police Officers.
The Reserve Division comprises members who volunteer their time to supplement the Patrol Division. Reserve Officers will complete the same hiring process as full-time Officers and will work alongside them in support of every aspect of the department’s enforcement and special event operations.
Reserve Officers must complete the Law Enforcement Training Board 40-hour Pre-Basic Course and a departmental training program.  Reserve Officers must work a minimum of 12 hours each month and complete all mandated training.
Applicants must be at least 21 years of age, possess a valid Indiana Driver’s License, be a high school graduate or equivalent, and pass all portions of the selection process, including a physical fitness assessment, written test, background check, and other exams during the training process.
Applications are due by November 13, 2020 by 4PM.  The physical fitness assessment and written testing will be conducted on Saturday, November 21, 2020, beginning at 0900 hours.  Interviews will be conducted on December 12, 2020.  More information about the testing and interviews will be provided to applicants at a later date.
A new application MUST be submitted even if a candidate has previously applied to the Rockport Police Department.
Applications may be found here: http://www.rockportpolice.org/home.html
 


Chesterton Police Department

Effective immediately, the Chesterton Police Department will be conducting an emergency hire and accepting applications for the position of Police Officer until October 30th, 2020 at 4:00pm.  Application packets may be obtained via the following:
1. Pick up in person at the Chesterton Police Department located at 790 Broadway, Chesterton between 9:00 am and 5:00 pm Monday through Friday.
2. Pick up in person at the Porter Police Department located at 50 Francis St., Porter at any time. 
3. Available via download from the Town of Chesterton website at www.chestertonin.org.
4. Email a request for the application packet to dcincoski@chestertonin.org.  
Eligible candidates must meet these minimum qualifications: 
1. At least 21 years of age.
2. Not more than 35 years of age, UNLESS currently employed as a police officer with a department that participates in the 1977 Police and Firefighter Pension Fund.  Exemptions for military veterans with 20 years of military service and an honorable discharge raise the maximum age to 40 years and six (6) months.  
3. Must have successfully completed the Basic Course of Instruction through the Indiana Law Enforcement Training Board. 
4. Must have a minimum of one (1) year of law enforcement experience. 
5. Possess a valid driver’s license.
6. Must be a United States citizen.
7. Must be a high school graduate.
8. Be of good reputation and character.
9. Be able to pass a written examination, extensive background check and be interviewed by an employee panel and the Metropolitan Board of Police Commissioners. 
This is a competitive process that will be used to fill immediate openings.  Lateral transfer opportunities for wages and benefits may be available depending on qualifications, job history and approval of the Metropolitan Board of Police Commissioners.  Starting pay for a probationary police officer is $21.50 per hour ($47,720.00), lateral transfer options may apply to a maximum wage of $27.61 per hour ($57,428.80), including take home vehicle and generous uniform allowance.  We also have one of the highest retirement wages in the state!  Our patrol division operates on a 12 hour schedule, which grants our officers every other weekend off.
Complete applications must be turned in to the Chesterton Police Departments or emailed to dcincoski@chestertonin.org no later than October 30, 2020 at 4:00 pm.  
Questions may be directed to Chief David Cincoski at (219) 926-1136.
 


Fort Wayne Police Department

The Fort Wayne Police Department is now accepting applications for basic and lateral police officers.  The application process opened on October 12 and at this time no end date has been set.  Applications can ONLY be submitted online.  Please go to fwpd.org and click on the Careers link for more information including pre-requisites, salary and benefit information.  #JoinUs.
Questions:  Officer Lisa Woods at Lisa.Woods@cityoffortwayne.org
 


Michigan City Police Department

The Michigan City Police Department will be hosting both a written and a physical agility test at the police department located at 1201 E. Michigan Blvd. on Saturday November 14, 2020 at 9:00 A.M.  Doors will open at 8:00 A.M.  Applications may be picked up at the Michigan City Police Department or downloaded from our website by visiting the following link: www.michigancitypolice.com.
The deadline to turn in applications for the November 14th testing date will be Friday, November 6, 2020 at 4:00 P.M.(CST).  
Applications can be dropped off or mailed to:
Attn: Michigan City Police Civil Service Commission
1201 East Michigan Boulevard
Michigan City, IN 46360
Applicants must be between 21-36 years of age by date of appointment, possess a high school diploma or GED, a valid and unrestricted driver’s license and be a United States citizen. Additionally, applicants must possess a good driving record, have no felony or misdemeanor battery convictions.  Applicants shall be subject to written and physical ability testing along with a thorough background check to include personal character. 
Starting base pay for Probationary Officers is $43,343.89.  After completing one year of service, an officer becomes a First-Class Patrolman and the base pay increases to $46,753.19.  Benefits include longevity pay, specialty pay, healthcare program including dental and vision, take home car program, retirement plan, paid vacations, personal days and much more!  The Michigan City Police Department is a very diverse department with many opportunities for placement into special divisions and specialties to increase your base salary which include the following:
Special Divisions (Up to 4% Pay Increase)    Specialties (2% Pay Increase)
3-Patrol Shifts (8 Hour Shifts)                        18 Member Swat Team
Traffic Division                                                11 Certified Instructors
Special Operation Group                                8 Member Scuba Team
Community Oriented Policing                        12 Field Training Officers
Detective Division                                          Other Benefits
Narcotics Investigators                                   Physical Fitness Bonus- $650 per year
Warrants Team (FAST)                                  Clothing Allowance- $1,100 per year
School Liaison Officers                                  Education Incentives 1%-2% Pay Increase
Public Relations                                             Deferred Compensation Match- $500 per year
Training Division                                             $50,000 City Provided Life Insurance Policy
Beach Patrol (4x4’s)                                       Short Term Disability Coverage
Masks/face coverings are required, and all CDC COVID-19 Guidelines will be followed. All previous applications that have been submitted in 2020 will be honored and should attend.
Any questions can be directed to Sergeant Cisco Rodriguez at (219) 874-3221 Ext. 1062 or email at frodriguez@emichigancity.com.
 


Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office

The Montgomery County Sheriff's Office is now accepting applications for the position of Sheriffs Deputy. Applications can be picked up in person or online at  www.montgomerycosheriff.net. Applications must be completed and returned by noon, November 5, 2020 to: Montgomery County Sheriff's Office located at 600 Memorial Drive Crawfordsville, IN 47933. If you have any questions, please contact Captain Hughes at 765-362-3740 or jeremy.hughes@montgomerycounty.in.gov.
“ If you are currently a full time police officer in the State Of Indiana, you will not be required to complete the written test portion and the physical fitness portion of the hiring process”.
 The Montgomery County Sheriff's Office offers a wide array of benefits to include:
$51,000-$64,000 Salary Range 
Additional rank pay 
Additional specialty pay for detectives, school resource officers, field training officers, SWAT, accident reconstructionist, certified instructors, and K9 officers 
Off Duty employment opportunities 
Lateral transfers accepted and would be based upon years of service in our pay schedule 
Uniforms and equipment provided within first year of employment and $1,345 yearly clothing allowance thereafter 
Medical/Dental/Vision Benefits 
Optional Health Savings Account with a county contribution of $750 yearly 
Access to a Free Health Clinic 
A max of 263 PTO hours after 6th year of completed service with an additional 14 recognized holidays each year 
Competitive retirement 
Special early retirement with 20 years of service with the MCSO and age 49 
Optional 457 B additional retirement plan 
Take home patrol vehicle with off duty usage 
12 hour shifts 


Indiana Law Enforcement Academy

The ILEA is currently seeking applicants for the full-time position of Communications Operator.  As Communications Operator you will be responsible for the operation of a multi-line telecommunication system and intercom system.  

You will also function in a clerical support role as the agency Receptionist, greeting visitors and assisting other departments on an "as needed" basis.  Starting base salary is $25,766.

Click here to apply!  Applications must be submitted by 11:59 pm, October 20, 2020.


White County Sheriff’s Office

The White County Sheriff’s Office is currently accepting applications for Merit Deputy.
The White County Sheriff’s Office offers a wide array of benefits for all full-time Merit Benefits for the position of Merit Deputy include the following:
• 12-hour shifts / alternating weekends off schedule
• Medical/Dental/Vision Benefits
• Sheriff Pension/ Retirement plan
• Yearly Salary ranging from $48,151 - $60,285
• Paid Vacation time
• Paid Holidays
• Take home vehicle
You must meet the following requirements:
• 21 years old
• High school diploma (or equivalent)
• College graduate or some college is preferred
• US citizenship
• Possess a valid operator’s license
Applicants will be required to attend and complete the Indiana Law Enforcement Academy (ILEA), within one year of appointment. This hiring process includes written testing, physical testing to ILEA exit standards, an extensive background investigation, polygraph exam, and any other examination deemed necessary.
Completed applications must be returned to the White County Sheriff’s Office by Saturday, October 31st,2020.
If you have any questions you can contact Chief Deputy David Roth @ (574) 583-2251 or at the following email: droth@wcsheriff-in.us   -  Application


Vincennes Police Department

The Vincennes Police Department is accepting applications for vacant positions
We will be accepting applications for this process until December 31, 2020.
Please go to vincennes.org to obtain a applications
Email your application to: vpdmeritcommission@gmail.com
Mail your application to: Police Civil Service Merit Commission - Vincennes City Police Department 501 Busseron St. Vincennes In. 47591.
The Merit Commission is always accepts applications 

$44.138 starting salary
$45,845 1st class salary
$1200 Clothing allowance
$500 A.S. degree / $1000 B.S. degree bonus
Longevity pay
Shift Differential for Evening and Night shifts
Take home vehicle  
More benefits listed on website: http://www.vincennes.org/dev/departments/police-department


Bluffton Police Department

The Bluffton Police Department is currently accepting applications for Patrol Officer.  Please follow this link: https://blufftonindiana.net/file/2020/10/Police-Oct-2020.pdf  to learn more about the position and submit your application.
The Bluffton Police Department offers a wide array of benefits for all full-time Patrol Officer including: 
• Medical/Dental/Vision Benefits  
• Retirement Benefits (1977 Police/Fire Pension) 
• Paid Time-Off (PTO)  
• Probationary Yearly Salary $44,200 ($48,400 ILEA or equivalent graduate) 
• Yearly Salary $50,700 - $55,700 
Applications for Patrol Officer must be submitted by November 13, 2020.
Physical Agility and Written Testing November 21, 2020. 
If you have any questions you can contact Chief Kyle Randall at kyle.randall@blufftonindiana.gov  or 260-824-3320. 


Noblesville Police Department

Noblesville Police Department is accepting pre-applications for Lateral ONLY police officer
Lateral-Only Applicant Process Announcement Deadline October 30, 2020 at 12:00 pm
Interested officers must have ILEA Tier 1 Basic Course or, if out of state, a POST certified law enforcement certification and at least one (1) year of paid full-time service as a police officer to be eligible to apply.
Apply by visiting Human Resources at http://agency.governmentjobs.com/noblesvillein/default.cfm
Recruitment Officer Lieutenant Bruce Barnes at 317.776.6340 ext 1243 or bbarnes@ noblesville.in.us


Union City Police Department

The Union City Police Department is accepting applications for the position of full time School Resource Officer. We are seeking qualified applicants that have an interest in providing a safe learning environment for the students of Randolph Eastern School Cooperation.
Applicants must be a US Citizen, at least 21 years of age, possess a high school diploma or equivalent and have a valid Indiana drivers licenses. Applicants can not have any felony convictions. Applicants must be able to pass all aspects of the hiring process including physical agility testing, written examination, background investigation, oral interview, and physiological evaluation. Selected applicant must be able to graduate from the Indiana Law Enforcement Academy and a School Resource Officer training course. 
Applications can be picked up at the Union City Police Department starting Thursday, October 1, 2020 and must be returned to the Union City Police Department by Tuesday October 20, 2020. 
For further information, contact Assistant Chief Bill Bradbury at wbradbury@unioncity-in.gov.


Clark-Pleasant Community School District

The Clark-Pleasant Community School District is currently accepting applications for the position of Chief of Police.  The purpose and mission of the Chief of Police is to lead the planning, development, organization, management, direction, and implementation of all aspects of services that support the safety of students and staff in the Clark-Pleasant Community School Corporation. 

Primary responsibilities include school safety and security, and child welfare. The Chief of Police supports building leaders and teachers in providing all students a safe environment that is responsive to the needs of each student.

Qualifications & Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice or related field preferred
  • Graduate of the Indiana Law Enforcement Academy or meet the state requirements
  • Eight or more years of law enforcement experience preferred
  • Valid driver’s license
  • Must have completed or willing to complete a Basic School Resource Officer class the first year; and an Advance and Supervisor School Resource Officer class as appropriate (these classes must be accredited by the National Association of School Resource Officers or other nationally recognized SRO training program).

Salary Range: $60,000-$70,000.  Closing date for Applications: October 30, 2020.

Questions about the position?  Contact: Director of Business, Jay Staley - Phone: 317-535-3192 or email: jstaley@cpcsc.k12.in.us  


Tipton Police Department

The Tipton City Police Department is currently accepting applications for the position of Police Officer.
From October 1, 2020 until October 30, 2020 application packets can be picked up at 225 E. Jefferson Street Tipton, Indiana 46072 or downloaded from the City of Tipton website at http://www.tiptongov.com. Completed applications and all required attachments must be turned in at the Tipton Police Department no later than 3:00pm on October 30, 2020.

The Tipton Police Department currently employs thirteen paid police officers and four reserve officers and one part-time officer. The starting yearly salary for a Probationary Officer is in excess of $44,000. Upon completion of the probationary period and all training, a First Class Patrolman has a yearly salary of nearly $45,000. Other available benefits include health insurance, paid vacation/holidays, instructor programs, health savings account, longevity pay, certification pay, and take home vehicle program.

Basic eligibility requirements include:

  1. Shall possess a valid Indiana driver's license (or obtain one within 60 days of becoming an Indiana resident) and have no more than eight active points.
  2. Shall be a U.S. citizen.
  3. Shall be at least 21 years of age, and must be less than 40 years of age by date of appointment.
  4. Shall be drug free, and have no convictions for operating a motor vehicle under the influence of drugs.
  5. Shall not have a conviction for operating a vehicle while intoxicated, or operating a vehicle with a blood alcohol content of 0.08% or above.
  6. Shall have no felony convictions.
  7. Shall not have been convicted of a misdemeanor crime of domestic violence.
  8. Shall not have been dishonorably discharged from the military.
  9. Shall be a high school graduate or possess a GED certificate.
  10. Shall not have used an illegal drug in the last three years.
  11. Shall have vision correctable to 20/50.
  12. Must be willing, if appointed, to reside within Tipton County.

Physical testing will be conducted on a later date. Applicants will be notified of date and time. Physical testing standards can found here: https://www.in.gov/ilea/2338.htm. Exit standards will be used for our hiring process. Applicants with current Tier 1 ILEA certification or out of state applicants that will qualify for a waiver status will be waived from the physical and written portion of testing.

Applicants successfully completing the physical test will then be given a comprehensive written test.
Please share this exciting opportunity with everyone you know that is interested in a rewarding law enforcement career. Questions may be submitted and answered through Facebook messenger or by calling the Tipton Police Department at 765-675-2152.


Marshall County Sheriff’s Department

The Marshall County Sheriff’s Department is taking applications for the position of Patrol Officer. The Sheriff’s Department is located about 35 miles south of South Bend Indiana at US 31 and US 30 in Plymouth Indiana. Marshall County has a population of about 47,000 and is directly south of Saint Joseph County.  The Sheriff’s department has 21 sworn Merit Officers, 47 fulltime Civilian/Special Deputy’s and 15 Reserve Officers.
Applications may be picked up from Human Resources, 112 W Jefferson Street, Plymouth, Indiana Monday through Friday between the hours of 8:00am and 4:00pm, or on-line at www.co.marshall.in.us
Applications must be completed and returned to the Human Resource office by 4:00pm eastern time October 20, 2020.
Marshall County is an equal opportunity employer.
Any questions should be directed to Matthew Hassel, Sheriff at (574) 936-0222


Delphi Police Department

The Delphi Police Department is now accepting applications to fill an expected vacancy for Patrolman. 
All applicants must be at least 21 years of age and not older than 36 years of age at the time of appointment. 
Applicant must possess a high school diploma or GED equivalent, a valid driver’s license, must have no felony convictions or misdemeanor convictions for domestic violence, and must be a United Sates Citizen. ILEA certified applicants are preferred. 

Applicants shall be subject to written and physical ability testing, thorough background, polygraph, and psychological testing. 

Starting pay for Probationary Patrolman starts at $47,043.36 ($21.54/hr) with a raise after completing probationary period of one (1) year. Applicants that are currently ILEA certified would be bumped to first class patrolman after the completion of their probationary period. First Class Patrolman pay is $22.87 – 23.81/hr. 
Please locate the pre-application on the city’s webpage, at cityofdelphi.org and once completed please email to Sgt. Colin Deckard at 132@cityofdelphi.org or if necessary mail them to the Delphi Police Department at 201 S. Union Street, Delphi Indiana 46923.  These pre-applications will be due no later than October 25, 2020 at 5:00PM. 


Iowa State University Police Department

The police department at Iowa State University is accepting applications on an ongoing basis for qualified individuals looking for a challenging and rewarding career to fill open positions for Police Officer I – Mandarin Chinese Speaking. Experience is not required to apply, and lateral officers should apply for the Police Officer II job posting. 
Required Minimum Qualifications:
• Successful enrollment and completion of the Iowa Law Enforcement Academy and field training program
• Valid U.S. driver's license 
• High school diploma or GED equivalent
• Able to read, write and speak Mandarin Chinese in order to communicate effectively.  
Preferred Qualifications:
• An associate’s degree in a criminal justice related field or a bachelor’s degree in any field
Benefits: 
• Tuition reimbursement after one year of service
• All uniforms and academy expenses provided by employer
• Specialty assignments include: investigations, threat assessment, special events, equity and inclusion officer, community outreach specialist, emergency response team, recruiting and retention team member, sexual assault response team and more 
• Competitive health, dental, vision, and life insurance 
• Employer contributed retirement options
• Extensive overtime assignment opportunities
• Wellness program to include membership at several local fitness centers
• Pay begins at $48,313 with the ability to increase to Police Officer III at $52,756
Learn more about ISU Police here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7mf1KORyo_c
Apply today! Please go to https://www.police.iastate.edu/about-us/employment-opportunities/ or contact Lt. Jenna Whiteaker at 515-294-2941 or jennaw2@iastate.edu
All qualified applicants will be invited to take a written test and physical test with dates to be determined based on applicant availability. 

The Iowa State University Police Department is accepting applications on an ongoing basis for qualified individuals looking for a challenging and rewarding career to fill open positions for Police Officer II. Certification from the Iowa Law Enforcement Academy as a police officer or a law enforcement certificate from another state and successful completion of all application and examination requirements as outlined in Iowa Administrative Code 501-3.8(80B). 
Required Minimum Qualifications:
• Prior certification from the Iowa Law Enforcement Academy or comparable out-of-state academy is required. 
• Valid U.S. driver's license 
• High school diploma or GED equivalent
Preferred Qualifications:
• An associate’s degree in a criminal justice related field or a bachelor’s degree in any field
Benefits: 
• Tuition reimbursement after one year of service
• All uniforms and academy expenses provided by employer
• Specialty assignments include: investigations, threat assessment, special events, equity and inclusion officer, community outreach specialist, emergency response team, recruiting and retention team member, sexual assault response team and more 
• Competitive health, dental, vision, and life insurance 
• Employer contributed retirement options
• Extensive overtime assignment opportunities
• Wellness program to include membership at several local fitness centers
• Pay begins at $50,472 with the ability to increase to Police Officer III at $52,756
Learn more about ISU Police here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7mf1KORyo_c
Apply today! Please go to https://www.police.iastate.edu/about-us/employment-opportunities/ or contact Lt. Jenna Whiteaker at 515-294-2941 or jennaw2@iastate.edu
All qualified applicants will be invited to take a written test and physical test with dates to be determined based on applicant availability. 


Shelby County Sheriff’s Department

Shelby County Sheriff’s Department is hiring for the position of Jail Officer-Multiple openings.
Jail Officers are responsible for monitoring and maintaining the security of inmates at the Shelby County Jail.
Shifts vary and will be assigned to a permanent one.    
Applicant must pass a thorough background check as well as a drug screen and pre-employment baseline physical.  
Applications can be picked up at the Shelby County Sheriff’s Department at 107 W Taylor St. Shelbyville, IN  46176
Or, they may be found online at www.shelbycounty73.us  (print and return to the department)  
Please contact scarrell@co.shelby.in.us with any questions or jerad.sipes@co.shelby.in.us   
Application Deadline:  November 1, 2020
The posting, additional information, and application may be found on our website at:
www.shelbycounty73.us by clicking on the Human Resources link
 

The Shelby County Sheriff’s Department is now accepting Employment Interest Forms for the position of Sheriff’s Deputy/County Police Officer. Those interested should complete the one-page “Employment Interest Form” and return it to the Sheriff’s Department no later than 3:30 p.m., local time, October 30, 2020. The employment interest form can be returned via U.S. Mail, (Captain Travis A. Maloney, 107 West Taylor Street, Shelbyville, IN, 46176), in person; (during normal business hours, 8a-4p Monday thru Friday excluding holidays) or via email to travis.maloney@co.shelby.in.us. Agility and written tests will be conducted November 7, 2020.

Interested persons will be notified of the time and location of testing by email. Participants who pass the physical agility test will proceed to the written test phase. Participants passing agility and written tests will be required to complete a full employment application and pass the in-depth background investigation. It is highly recommended that participants begin preparing for the agility test now. The Shelby County Sheriff’s Department uses the Indiana Law Enforcement Academy’s “exit standards” as the passing criteria to continue to the written testing. For information on preparing for the agility test and exit standards go to https://www.in.gov/ilea/2338.htm where you will find complete information needed to successfully pass the agility testing. You must have a valid email address as all notifications will be made by email. Also, do not call the Sheriff’s Office to inquire about the process, we will notify you. All information concerning the agility testing can be found on the Indiana Law Enforcement Academy website.

Online form:  https://www.co.shelby.in.us/sheriff/employment/


Danville Metropolitan Police Department

The Danville Metropolitan Police Department is now accepting applications for Reserve Police Officers.
Our newly implemented Reserve Division is made up of community members who volunteer their time and energy to supplement our Enforcement Division. Our Reserve Police Officers must undergo the same hiring standards as full-time Officers and will work alongside them in support of every aspect of the departments enforcement and special event operations.

All DMPD Reserve Police Officers must complete a Law Enforcement Training Board-certified 40-hour Pre-Basic Course, along with our extensive 15-week Field Training Officer program to be eligible to work alongside our Enforcement Division Officers. Each Reserve Police Officer is mandated to work a minimum of 12 hours each month, as well as completing all monthly mandated training assigned to our Enforcement Division Officers.

Applicants shall be at least 21 years of age, shall possess an Indiana Driver’s License, be a high school graduate or equivalent, reside in or within a contiguous county to Hendricks County, Indiana, pass all portions of the selection process, including a physical fitness assessment, background check, medical and psychological screening, and multiple written and practical exams during the extensive training process.
Pre-Applications are due by October 22, 2020 by 4PM.

Interested in applying? Please submit the online Reserve Police Officer Application on our webpage (www.danvilleindiana.org). 
Link: https://www.danvilleindiana.org/egov/documents/1600783418_07128.pdf


Kosciusko County Sheriff’s Office

The Kosciusko County Sheriff’s Office is currently accepting applications for the position of Merit Deputy. Kosciusko County is home to nearly 80,000 residents and over 100 natural lakes. During the summer months, the population increases drastically with guests and tourists. Known as the Orthopedic Capital of the World, Warsaw hosts a strong economy with multiple manufacturing jobs. The Kosciusko County Sheriff's Office responds to approximately 25,000 calls for service annually. Specialties include investigations, crime scene technician, crash investigator, SCUBA team, SWAT and narcotics.
The Merit Deputy requirements are as follows:
1. 21 years old
2. High school diploma (or equivalent)
3. College graduate or some college is preferred
4. US citizenship
5. Possess a valid operator’s license
Benefits: 
1. Vacation
2. Paid Holidays
3. Pension 
4. Insurance
5. Take Home Vehicle
6. The probationary salary is $49,004.48
7. The Salary becomes $50,011 after one year
Applicants will be required to attend and complete the Indiana Law Enforcement Academy (ILEA), within one year of appointment. 
This hiring process includes written testing, physical testing to ILEA exit standards, an extensive background investigation, polygraph exam, a medical physical, psychological examination and any other examination deemed necessary.
Additional information, including pertinent dates, will be posted when determined. Applications are available for download at www.kcgov.com

The Kosciusko County Sheriff’s Office is currently accepting applications from currently certified law enforcement officers for the position of Lateral Merit Deputy. Kosciusko County is home to nearly 80,000 residents and over 100 natural lakes. During the summer months, the population increases drastically with guests and tourists. Known as the Orthopedic Capital of the World, Warsaw hosts a strong economy with multiple manufacturing jobs. The Kosciusko County Sheriff's Office responds to approximately 25,000 calls for service annually. Specialties include investigations, crime scene technician, crash investigator, SCUBA team, SWAT and narcotics.
The Lateral Merit Deputy requirements are as follows:
1. 21 years old
2. High school diploma (or equivalent)
3. College graduate or some college is preferred
4. US citizenship
5. Possess a valid operator’s license
6. Current Indiana Law Enforcement Academy certification, or equivalent
7. One-year experience as a law enforcement officer
Benefits: 
1. Vacation
2. Paid Holidays
3. Pension 
4. Insurance
5. Take Home Vehicle
6. The probationary salary is $49,004.48
7. The salary becomes $50,011 after one year
This hiring process includes an extensive background investigation, polygraph exam, a medical physical, psychological examination and any other examination deemed necessary.
Additional information, including pertinent dates, will be posted when determined. Applications are available for download at www.kcgov.com


North Webster Police Department

North Webster Police Dept. is now accepting applications for patrol officer.  Applications can be picked up at North Webster P.D., 144 S. Main St., North Webster, (574-834-2700) during regular business hours, Monday – Friday 8:30 – 4:30.  Applicants must pass, written exam, physical exam, oral interviews, background checks, psychological exam and polygraph.  Applicants must be 21 years of age, have a high school diploma or equivalent.   Applications will be accepted through October 23, 2020.  North Webster P.D. is an equal opportunity employer.    
Questions: Chief Greg Church at 574-834-2700 or gchurch@northwebster.org


Decatur County Sheriff’s Office

The Decatur County Sheriff’s Office is currently accepting applications for the position of full-time Merit Deputy.  Applicants must be at least 21 years old at the time of appointment.  The testing process includes a physical agility assessment, written exam, background investigation, polygraph exam, and interviews with the Sheriff and Merit Board. Lateral Transfer officers are not required to perform the Physical Agility Assessment or the Written Exam. 
Applicants must possess a High School Diploma/G.E.D.  Applicants must also possess or be able to acquire a valid Indiana driver’s license.  The Decatur County Sheriff’s Office will be accepting applications until November 1, 2020. 
Decatur County Sheriff-Merit
Decatur County Sheriff’s Office-Greensburg, IN 47240
$47583.00 per year
Apply today through indeed.com Deputy Sheriff- Merit.  
Questions: Macey Radcliff Decatur County Sheriff at (812) 663 – 8125 


IU Health AHC Police Department

Are you interested in joining the largest healthcare Police Department in the state?  The IU Health AHC Police Department is now recruiting full-time Police Officers for the Downtown Indianapolis Hospitals.  
Interested applicants must hold a Tier I or Tier II certification and must be in good standing. IU Health offers a competitive pay and benefits package, along with the ability for advancement.  

Candidates should send their resume to Deputy Chief Clements at aclements1@iuhealth.org


Fountain County Sheriff’s Office

Fountain county sheriff’s office is hiring for the position of Jail officer.
Jail Officers for the Fountain County Sheriff’s Office are responsible for monitoring and maintaining the security of the inmates and pre-trial detainees at the Fountain County Jail.
Shifts are 6pm-6am or 6am-6pm 3 on 2 off 2 on 3 off.
Applicant must past a background check as well as a drug screen.  Applications can be picked up at the Fountain County Sheriffs at 439 east 50 south Veedersburg Indiana 47987.
 
Please contact jsager@fountainco.net with any questions


Decatur County Community Schools

Decatur County Community Schools has a vacancy for a School Resource Officer.  This person will work and assist the present SRO in all aspects of school safety.  Must be ILEA Certified – Must have prior School Resource Officer experience.

Submit resume to:  Brian Talkington, Director of Safety, Decatur County Community Schools, 2020 N. Montgomery Road, Greensburg, IN  47240.  Phone: 812-663-4204, Fax: 812-663-4168, Email:debbiereynolds@decaturco.k12.in.us.


Howard County Sheriff's Office

The Howard County Sheriff’s Office will be testing for the position of Deputy Sheriff on Saturday, September 26, 2020.  Applications are available on our website.  Please have an application completed and turned in prior to Wednesday, September 23.  
Howard County Sheriff's Office is taking applications for Lateral Transfer Officer
Lateral Transfer Policy:

  • Must currently be working as a full-time officer with continuous service with the same agency.
  • Must be in good standing with the agency in which you are currently employed.
  • Must have completed Indiana Law Enforcement Academy Officers Tier 1 Course.
  • Available to work all shifts, including holidays and weekends.
  • Must successfully complete an accelerated Field Training Program.
  • $5000 Bonus for Lateral Transfer
  • Annual Longevity Bonus
  • Vacation days matching years of service\
  • Performance Salary Incentives, Including:  $1500 annual Accident Reconstructionist, $500 annual Certified Instructor, $250 annual Intoxilyzer Operator

We offer a wide range of opportunities, including: SWAT team, Dive team, Negotiator, K-9.

Applications taken until December 31, 2020  Applications found at: www.howardcountyin.gov.


Marion Police Department

The Marion Police Department is taking applications for Patrol Officer.   Applicant must be 21-35 years of age; possess a high school diploma or GED; US Citizen; possess a valid driver’s license; meet minimum ILEA physical requirements; no felony convictions and drug free.  Starting annual pay is $45,154.

BENEFITS:  Optional family Anthem insurance, eye insurance and dental insurance, clothing and holiday pay, generous sick, personal and vacation package; workout facility on premises and take home squad car program.  Opportunities include Accident Reconstruction Team, Emergency Response Team, ATV Patrol, Bike Patrol, Detective, Drug Task Force Officer, Field Training Officer, Instructor, K-9 Officer.

Email  Carol McLain at cmclain@cityofmarion.in.gov to have an application emailed or questions answered.


West Lafayette Police Department

The West Lafayette Police Department is looking to fill five open Police Officer positions for 2020.   Are you ready to start your journey and join our team?  Now is the time!  Follow the link to Employment Opportunities  under Human Resources and click on the link “See current job openings and apply online” to fill out your application immediately. 

Do not miss our Recruitment  page for detailed information about the benefits of becoming a WLPD Officer; which includes salary, tuition reimbursement, take home car program and much more.  WLPD also has a lateral transfer program for veteran police officers. 

Come be a part of one of the fastest growing communities in the State of Indiana.  We are also home to one of the top ranked community school corporations throughout the State and country, plus a Big Ten University right in our very own back yard. 

Due to the Covid-19 virus, WLPD has suspended the testing date originally scheduled for April 19, 2020.  We are still taking applications and will announce a testing date once we can safely do so.  Applications already received will be held until such date is announced.    Please direct any questions to Lieutenant Michael Brewer at mbrewer@wl.in.gov


Kokomo Police Department

The Kokomo Police Department is currently accepting applications for the position of full-time Police Officers.  Applicants must be at least 21 years old at the time of appointment.  Testing will begin in the spring of 2020.  The testing process includes a Physical Agility Assessment, Written Exam, Background Investigation, Polygraph Exam, and an Interview with a board of officers.  Lateral Transfer officers are not required to perform the Physical Agility Assessment or the Written Exam. 

The applicant must reside in Howard County or a contiguous county at the time of appointment.  Applicants must possess a High School Diploma/G.E.D.  Applicants must also possess or be able to acquire a valid Indiana driver’s license.  The Kokomo Police Department will be accepting applications until December 31, 2020

Benefits Include:

• First Class Patrolman Salary of $51,245.
• Longevity Pay
• $2,000 annual Uniform allowance
• 3% shift differential for afternoon and midnight officers
• Retirement Pension through 1977 PERF
• Vacation days
• Health, Dental, and Vision insurance
• Retirees Insurance

Applications and additional information can be obtained by visiting the City of Kokomo Website.