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Law Enforcement Job Opportunities

To have position openings posted to this Job Board, please send a brief description with information on how to apply to James Miner at jminer@ilea.in.gov. Please include a closing date for accepting applications.  If no date is provided, the posting will expire after 30 days.


Indiana Law Enforcement Academy

For more information on exciting opportunities, including benefits and qualifications, go to www.workforindiana.in.gov and search using the keyword: ILEA.


Lapel Police Department

The Lapel Police Department is accepting applications for the position of Full-Time Police Officer.
Application packets can be picked up at the Lapel Town Hall located at 825 N Main St, Lapel, IN.
Completed applications must be returned to the Lapel Town Hall no later than 09:00 am on 10 February 2023.
Applications received after 09:00 am on 10 February 2023 will not be accepted.
Applicant Requirements:
Must be 21 years of age at time of hire.
Must have a minimum of 5 years of Law Enforcement experience with no gap of service greater than 2 years.
Must either be a current Tier I Certified Police Officer through the Indiana Law Enforcement Training Board or must have completed the 40 hour Pre-Basic Course and have it recorded in ACADIS.
Must be current on all required continuing education requirements.
Must be a high school graduate as evidenced by a diploma or general equivalency diploma (GED).
Must have a valid Indiana Driver’s License or the ability to obtain one by date of hire.
Must have no felony, violent misdemeanor, or domestic battery convictions.
Must be a U.S. citizen.
Must be able to pass a drug screen test.
If you have questions, please email Chief Kelly Naselroad at: kelly.naselroad@lapelpolice.org.


Shelbyville Police Department

The Shelbyville Police Department is currently accepting applications for entry level and certified police officers.
The City of Shelbyville, Indiana is an equal opportunity employer.  
Those not immediately extended a conditional offer of employment will be placed on a list to fill future openings.
Benefits:
* Starting Probation Officer pay $52,398.13.
* Starting pay after probationary year $55,018.04
o Take Home Car with off-duty usage within 50-mile radius of city center.
* Equipment and Uniforms Provided
* $800.00 Yearly Clothing Allowance
* 12 hour shifts with every other weekend off.
* Speciality Opportunities: SWAT, K9, Negotiators, Field Training Officers, Instructors
* P.E.R.F. Public Safety Pension Plan
* Health/Dental and Vision Insurance
* Paid holidays, personal days, vacation days and benefits
* 10 year pay matrix
Applications must be received by 11:59 pm on April 27, 2023. Any late applications will not be accepted.  
Applicants will be scheduled for a written test and a physical agility test which will be held on the same date.
Applicants passing the written and agility tests will be scheduled to interview with the Shelbyville Police Department Hiring Board. Applicants selected will be extended a conditional offer of employment or placed on a list in order by scores. Applications will be subject to a thorough background investigation. Any applicant who does not meet Shelbyville Police Department standards will be removed from the process. Appointment is subject to a medical/psychological exam and acceptance by the Indiana Public Safety Retirement Fund (INPRS), Completion of the Indiana Law Enforcement Academy Basic Course and a field training program within the first year of employment.
MINIMUM APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS FOR EMPLOYMENT:
Be a citizen of the United States, Be a high school graduate or equivalent., Be at least 21 years of age, but not yet 40 years of age at time of appointment for sworn officer positions if not currently enrolled in 1977 Indiana PERF Retirement system. Military Veterans with at least 20 years of service in the Armed Forces may become a member of the 1977 Indiana PERF Retirement system if under 40 years and 6 months of age. Possess a valid driver’s license. Have the legal ability to possess a firearm. Not been convicted of a felony. Satisfy any and all other requirements imposed by state and federal law. Must comply with all Shelbyville Police Department hiring standards, academic standards, and the Indiana Law Enforcement Training Board physical fitness entry standards.
Please direct any questions to: Joinspd@cityofshelbyvillein.com


Pike Township Fire Department

The Pike Township Fire Department is currently hiring for the position of Fire/Arson Investigator within the Prevention Services Bureau.
Please see the job description and minimum requirements listed below.
Our department offers a competitive salary with outstanding benefits and opportunities for advancement.
If you have any questions about this position or need any additional information, please contact Division Chief/Fire Marshal Jonathan Kempler at 317-347-5860 ext. 2105
or apply online at http://www.pikefire.com/investigator-inspector-hiring/.
Posting expires March 5, 2023
* Paid Time Off (after 3 months of employment)
* Excellent Health & Dental Insurance – 2 Plans to Choose From
* 457 B with Employer Match
* PERF Pension Fund  – 100% Employer Paid
* Advancement Opportunities – 5 Ranks within the Division
* Starting Salary up to $63,948.00 + certification bonus DOQ
* Uniforms, Equipment, and Department Take-home Vehicle Provided


Town of Summitville

The Town of Summitville is accepting applications for the position of Town Marshal.  
Applications may be submitted via https://summitville.IN.gov/employment-opportunities or email resume and documentation to dstitt@summitville.IN.gov.  
Lateral applicants are highly encouraged to apply. Applications will be taken until position is filled.
Requirements
1. Shall be at least 21 years of age at time of employment.
2. Shall be a U.S. Citizen.
3. Shall have a valid driver’s license.
4. Shall have a High School Diploma or GED Equivalent.
5. Shall have no felony convictions or drug convictions.
6. Shall have no domestic violence convictions.
Benefits
. Minimum salary $38,000, plus $12,000 healthcare expenses stipend.
. Indiana PERF retirement paid by town
. 4 weeks paid vacation after year 2
. 7 paid sick days
. 4 personal days
. 9 paid holidays
. Yearly clothing allowance


Indiana State University Police Department

Indiana State University is currently accepting applications for full time police officers.
Applicants must be 21 years of age; possess a high school diploma or equivalent; and have no felony convictions.  
Applicants must pass a written aptitude test and meet the Indiana Law Enforcement Academy physical fitness standards in order to advance in the applicant process.
Current Law Enforcement Officers are exempt from completing the written and physical test.
Starting salary is $22.00 per hour.
You can apply at https://jobs.indstate.edu/postings/42668.
Posting expires March 5, 2023
For any questions please contact Lt. Aaron Sloan at 812-2373777 or Aaron.Sloan@indstate.edu


Richmond Police Department

The Richmond Police Department is now accepting applications for Full-Time Patrol Officers. This process is for both probationary and lateral officers. Applicants shall be a United States citizen, at least 21 years of age and less than 40 years of age, at the time of employment, possess a valid driver’s license, be a high school graduate or equivalent, have no felony convictions, and no domestic violence convictions.
Benefits:
-Patrol Officer Salary $55,906,
-Longevity Pay, 1.25% per year, does not max. Laterals can receive up to 5 years of longevity based on experience.
-2nd and 3rd shift, shift differential is $2,000/year
-Uniform allowance, $700/yearly. Initial uniforms and equipment issued at time of hire.
-10 days of vacation after 1 year, quickly increases from year 3-year 20. 25 vacation days after 10 years, 30 vacation days after 20 years of service.
- All members receive 10 other days including birthday, anniversary and contract days.
-$5,000 bonus for lateral transfers
-1977 Pension Fund
-Post 9/11 GI Bill benefit eligible training program
Please visit the website for more information and our job application:
https://www.richmondindiana.gov/resources/police-department-career-opportunities
Application deadline is March 6, 2023 to be eligible to test on March 20th.
Any questions please contact Major Jon Bales, 765-983-7247 or at jbales@richmondindiana.gov.


Indiana State Capitol Police Section

Reminder: Indiana State Capitol Police Section is Hosting a Hiring Seminar on February 3, 2023 from 10a-12p

Greetings,

This is just a reminder that we are hosting a Capitol Police Hiring Seminar this Friday , February 3rd from 10a-12p at the Indiana Government Center North(4th Floor).
This is a very informal seminar. We will answer any questions, explain the entire hiring process, and give a description of the Capitol Police duties. We also will have a Capitol Police Officer present if you have any specific questions about the daily responsibilities. We will even give a tour of some of the buildings the CPS is responsible for patrolling. If you are interested in attending , please send me a text or email with your first and last name to RSVP. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me at 317-453-9962. I look forward to seeing your RSVP.


Indianapolis Public Schools Police Department

The Indianapolis Public School Police Department is accepting applications for the position of full-time Sergeant/School Resource Officer (SRO).  
Applicants must be at least 21 years old, possess a high school diploma/GED, valid driver’s license, and US Citizenship.
Benefits Include:
*Starting salary $56,784
*Individual must have a minimum of three years successful Tier One law enforcement experience.
*11 Paid Holidays Off
*Monday thru Friday work schedule
* Medical, dental and vision insurance plans
* No cost heath care for medical plan participants
* Uniforms and equipment furnished
* Yearly uniform allowance provided
* Paid departmental overtime or compensatory time accrual
* Off duty employment permitted
* Free employee assistance (EAP) for employees and dependents
All applicants should apply at the Indianapolis Public Schools website, at WWW.Myips.org
The positions will remain open until filled.


Frankton Police Department

The Frankton Police Department is taking applications for the position of Deputy Marshal., From February 01,2023 to  March 01, 2023.
This position will be for 3rd shift, 12:00am -08:00am
Salary: $37,400.00
BCBS Insurance
PERF
Tier I or Tier II, Preferred.
Applications can be obtained at the
Frankton Town Hall
204 E. Sigler St.
Frankton, IN. 46044
765-754-7285
Business Hours 09:00am - 17:00pm


Morgan County Sheriff’s Office

The Morgan County Sheriff’s Office is accepting LATERAL applications for position of Merit Deputy.  
Qualified candidates should go to https://www.in.gov/sheriffs/morgan/2448.htm and complete the pre-application.  
All notifications related to this hiring process will be conducted via e-mail, so applicants must maintain an active e-mail account.
This is a FAST-TRACK Lateral ONLY Process.  A Non-Experienced Process will be announced in the coming weeks.
All pre-applications should be submitted no later than 3:00 P.M. on February 10, 2023.  
A complete application and supporting documentation will be required upon verification of interest.  
Lateral - Merit Deputy Process dates:
February  10, 2023- Pre-Application Deadline
February  20-24, 2023- Board of Supervisors Interviews [May Include Evenings]
TBA  - Merit Board Interviews [Evening]
Previous applicants will be added to this poll of candidates.  Applications are maintained on file for a period of 1 year.
If you submitted an application with a valid email address, within the last 12 months [January 31, 2022], you will receive a letter (Email) of invitation to participate in this process.  
The Morgan County Sheriff’s Department offers a wide array of benefits including:
- Competitive Pay Matrix.
- Incentive Pay for Qualifying Specialties and College Graduates
- Specialty/Advancement Opportunities: (SWAT, K9, Negotiators, Crime Scene, Crash Reconstruction, Field Training Officers, Instructors,)
- 12-hour shifts
- PTO – Personal Time Off (Vacations, Holidays, Sick, Bereavement, and other Personal Leave)
- Take Home Vehicle
- Annual Uniform Allowance
- Take home vehicle
- Insurance benefits for health, visions, dental, disability, and life
- County Contributed HSA (Health Savings Account)
Lateral Applicants are not be required to participate in the physical agility and written exam portion of this process.  Complete Pre-Application and note “Tier 1 Certified” under remarks or Contact Captain Brent Worth at bworth@morgancounty.in.gov for questions.
*Dates and locations subject to change.  Further announcements/notifications are handled through email.


Hartford City Police Department

The Hartford City Police Department is now accepting applications for Lateral Transfers and New Hires for Patrol Officer positions.
All applicants must be 21 years of age by time of graduation from the Indiana Law Enforcement Academy, have a High School Diploma or GED equivalent and a valid Indiana driver’s license.
Applications can be picked up at our office, found at http://www.hartfordcity.net/police-department or by requesting through email.
Monday - Friday from 7:00am-4:00pm at the Hartford City Police Department, 700 N. Walnut Street, Hartford City, Indiana 47348 or by emailing to hcpdaparrott@hartfordcity.net.
Posting has no end date at this time.


Clinton County Sheriff’s Office

The Clinton County Sheriff’s Office is accepting applications for the position of Merit Deputy.
Starting salary for probationary deputies is $59,886.
The Clinton County Sheriff’s Office has a lateral entry program (current police officers and ILEA waiver/certified candidates) including vacation days, non-probationary deputy salary, and a take home vehicle after completion of the field training program.
The Clinton County Sheriff’s Office has many opportunities for growth through specialties including: SWAT, K-9, Investigations, Crash Reconstruction, Motor Patrol, Instructor Development, and more.
Apply today by picking up an application at the Clinton County Sheriff’s Office or online at https://www.clintoncountysheriff.com/careers/ .
The application deadline is 2 pm. on March 3, 2023.
Testing dates will be March 11, 2023 and March 18, 2023. Candidates will only be required to test on one of these dates.
For any questions please contact Lieutenant Ryan Ashlock at rashlock@clintonco.com.


Brownsburg Police Department

The Brownsburg Police Department is accepting pre-applications for the NON-Experienced 2023 Application Process (Lateral process is set to open on February 8th).  
Pre-Apps MUST be submitted by March 1, 2023.
Brownsburg has been listed as the one of the Top 10 Places to Live in Indiana for the past three years.  Interested candidates may apply for the selection process at
https://laserfiche.brownsburg.org/Forms/PreApplicationNonexperienced
The process is scheduled to take approximately (90) days to complete with conditional offers being extended in May and will include the following components:
1.  Pre-Application
2.  Physical Assessment/Written Testing
3.  Formal Application
4.  Staff Interviews
5.  Full Background Investigation
6.  Conditional Offers Extended
7.  Voice Stress Testing (CVSA)
8.  Medical and Psychological Evaluation
Basic minimum requirements include:
1. Must be a U.S. Citizen.
2. Must have successfully received a high school diploma or GED equivalent.
3. Must be at least 21 years of age and have not reached 40 years of age by date of hire.
4. Must possess a valid driver’s license to operate a motor vehicle.
5. No felony or domestic violence convictions.
6. No Operating While Intoxicated (OWI) convictions.
7. No dishonorable discharge from the military service.
The Town of Brownsburg is located 7 miles west of Indianapolis within Hendricks County, one of the fastest growing areas in Indiana. The Brownsburg Police Department has 54 sworn officers and has many specialized units to include ERT, motorcycle, FTO, crisis negotiations, K-9, honor guard, crime scene technician, bicycle patrol, motor vehicle crash reconstructionist to name a few.
The Brownsburg Police Department offers an excellent benefit package which includes the following:
1. Competitive salary starting at $63,276.00 after a 1-year probationary period and a base salary of $65,965.55 after completion of the 4th year.
2.  96 hours of vacation after 1st year (prorated/accrued first year)
3.  96 hours of sick time after 1st year (prorated/accrued first year)
4.  39 quarterly Holiday hours
5.  $1.00 per pay Family medical, dental, and vision premiums
6.  Town contributed Health savings account
7.  Free Town sponsored heath clinic
8. Take-home vehicle program
9. Lifetime pension after 20 years of service (1977 Police Officers’ & Firefighters’ Pension Fund)
Anyone requesting additional information should contact Administrative Services Unit at (317) 852-1109 or recruitment@brownsburgpolice.org


Portage Police Department

The Portage Police Department is accepting applications for the position of Probationary Patrol Officer.
Application packets will be available from January 17th until February 17th at 3:00pm.  
All applications must be completed and turned back in no later than 3:00pm on March 3, 2023.  
Those interested in applying may pick up an application packet at the Portage Police Department located at 6260 Central Ave or email dbolin@portage-in.com if you are out of the area.  
2023 salary for Probationary Patrol Officer (without experience) is $55, 629.15 that increases to $63,382.30 after three years of service.  Probationary Patrol Officer (with three years prior experience) is $63,382.60
8% raise already negotiated for 2024
INPRS Retirement Fund
Life Insurance
Health and Dental insurance at no cost to employees.  $300 deductible for single, $700 for family
$2,000.00 annual uniform allowance
Take home car policy covering Porter, Lake, and LaPorte counties
457B opportunities through Valic


West Lafayette Police Department

2023 is shaping up to be another big year for the West Lafayette Police Department!  Here are just a few things to look forward to:  
* Starting salary of $65,928 and after first year of employment, salary is $69,561.  
* Clothing Allowance $1,500 each year.  
* Specialty Bonuses paid $250/year for each specialty possessed.  (FTO, SWAT, Instructor, etc.)  
* Longevity Pay at Year 5, $250/year (max $4,000)  
* Take Home Car for Homeowners within City limits, FTO and shift commanders.  
* City matching 457 retirement plan.
Lateral Transfers:  
* $5,000 Hiring Bonus ($2,500 at appointment, $2,500 after probation period)    
* Vacation Time Adjusted to Include Prior Years of Service.  
* Once Field Training is complete, move immediately to First Class Patrolman status and a salary of $69,561.  
** Retirement (PERF) rules have changed, and departments can hire persons up to 40 years of age.  Person must be appointed prior to reaching their 40th Birthday.  Exemptions made for 20 plus years of Military service.**  
Follow this link www.westlafayette.in.gov/joinwlpd to apply and to see our recruitment page for further detailed information about all of the benefits of becoming a WLPD Officer; which includes a tuition assistance program, on duty work out time and more. Click on Employment Opportunities to submit your application to Human Resources today.
The deadline for the current application process ends, Wednesday, March 29, 2023 at midnight.  
Written and physical testing will be conducted on Sunday, April 2nd, 2023 at 9:00 am.  
We will also be testing again on July 23rd, and October 29th, 2023.  Human Resources will notify qualifying candidates through email with further instructions and location after applying.  
Please direct any questions to our Recruitment Office at joinWLPD@westlafayette.in.gov


Auburn Police Department

The Auburn Police Department is now accepting applications for Full-Time Patrol Officers for the City of Auburn.  These applications are for both Lateral and Probationary Officers.  
Applicants shall be a United States citizen, at least 21 years of age and less than 40 years of age, at the time of employment, possess a valid Indiana driver’s license, be a high school graduate or equivalent, have no felony convictions, no serious misdemeanor convictions, no domestic violence convictions, and if offered a position, must obtain residence within a contiguous county to DeKalb County, Indiana within 180 days.
Benefits Include:
- Patrol Officer salary $58,987.22 per year (Probationary Year $55,758.56)
- Longevity Pay (1% of Base Salary Per Year after 5 years)  
- $700 Yearly uniform & equipment allowance
- Take-home car program
- Medical, dental, and vision health insurance plans
- Group Life, Disability, Term Life, Accident, Cancer and Critical Insurance Offered
- Overtime/Off-Duty employment opportunities
- INPRS 1977 Pension
- Additional 457B Retirement Plan offered
- Cell Phone Provided by City
- Paid vacation, holiday, sick, personal and bereavement time
- FSA Health Account available
- Arm Tattoos and Facial Hair within Department Guidelines
- 8-hour Work Schedule (5 days on 2 days off/ 5 days on 3 days off)
- Specialty Units: K-9, Crime Scene, Drone, SWAT and more.  
Completed applications are to be submitted by Friday, February 24, 2023, at 4:00 PM.
Apply at: www.ci.auburn.in.us under the Careers Tab
After submitting your application, you will be notified with additional information regarding the testing time and location for Physical Agility Testing, PEP Testing, and Written Testing.


Terre Haute Police Department

The Terre Haute Police Department is currently accepting applications for the position of full-time sworn Police Officer.  
Applicants must be between the ages of 21-40; possess a high school diploma or equivalent; be a United States citizen; and have no felony convictions.  
Applicants must pass a written aptitude test and meet the Indiana Law Enforcement Academy physical fitness standards in order to advance in the applicant process.  
At the time of appointment, must live in Vigo County or reside within a county which is not more than 50 miles from the nearest  boundary to the City of Terre Haute.    
Benefits Include:
* Probationary Officer Salary at $49,810
* 1st Class Officer Salary at $54,820
* Take home vehicle program
* Maximum longevity $17,131.25 ($685.25 annually)
* Shift differential pay
* INPRS 1977 Pension
Applications must be completed online and will be accepted through February 28, 2023 .  
Interested persons should apply at https://forms.gle/kvHxvsMPxofdCZcH9.                                
For further information or questions, please contact Captain Aaron Loudermilk at aaron.loudermilk@terrehaute.in.gov or 812-244-2644.


Owen County Prosecutor’s Office

DEPARTMENT: Owen County Prosecutor’s Office
POSITION: F/T Investigator
REPORTS TO: Prosecutor
Incumbent serves as Investigator for the Owen County Prosecutor's Office, responsible for coordinating criminal investigations, responding to the investigatory needs of the Department, and serving as the Digital Media Recovery Specialist.
GENERAL DUTIES:
Participates and assists in efforts to apprehend suspects, including, but not limited to, participating in raids, pursuing suspects in vehicle and/or on foot, subduing and arresting suspects, advising of constitutional rights, conducting searches, seizing weapons/contraband, and transporting to detention facilities.
Serves as Digital Media Recovery Specialist, including operating Cellebrite digital forensic device to obtain evidence from cell phones.
Consults with Prosecutor and prepares case reports for court action, including reviewing cases on evidentiary and legal issues crucial to successful prosecution and counteracting specific legal defenses.
Coordinates major investigations with other law enforcement officials or agencies, including internal investigations and exchanging information.
Performs related duties as assigned.
JOB REQUIREMENTS AND DIFFICULTY OF WORK:
High school diploma or GED and Indiana Law Enforcement Academy Training as a Law Enforcement Officer.
Must complete annual inservice training requirements including firearms training.
Must be at least 21 years of age.
Ability to obtain and maintain certifications in Emergency Vehicle Operations and Physical Training.
Practical knowledge of law enforcement and investigative principles, practices, techniques, and equipment with ability to make practical applications in the field.
Practical knowledge of and ability to make practical application of current local, state, and federal laws, codes, ordinances, and accepted police procedures.
COMPETITIVE SALARY AND BENEFITS PACKAGE
Posting expires February 24, 2023
CONTACT INFORMATION
Donald R. VanDerMoere II, Owen County Prosecuting Attorney
60 S. Main Street (P.O. Box 150)
Spencer, Indiana 47460
T: 812-829-5005
E-mail: prosecutor@owencounty.in.gov


New Haven Police Department

The New Haven Police Department is accepting applications for a Police Officer.
Probationary Officers starting pay is $50,197.08 and they are eligible for a take home car at the completion of their 1 year of service.
After their first year of service their salary increases to $58,677.97.
Applications are being accepted now until February 28, 2023.
Please visit the city’s website, Newhaven.in.gov and click on the Careers tab to print off an application.
Any questions please email Chief Jeff McCracken at jmccracken@newhaven.in.gov or 260-748-7095.


North Vernon Police Department

A career with the NVPD offers many rewards: opportunities to make significant positive impact on people in your community; an amazing variety of work and challenges; satisfaction with a challenging public service career; and pride in being a member of one of the best law enforcement agencies in the state. This isn’t a job, it’s a career. If you are looking for a long-term career, you’re just the kind of person we’re looking for.  
Challenge yourself. Make a Difference. Join our family.
The North Vernon Police Department is currently accepting employment interest forms for full-time patrol officer. Lateral applicants are highly encouraged to apply.  
Employment interest forms can be accessed by logging onto www.northvernon-in.gov, by emailing a request to tbeam@nvpd.org or by picking one up in person at: 101 N. Madison Avenue, North Vernon, IN 47265.
Employment interest forms will be accepted January 23 thru February 20, 2023 at 5:00 p.m.
The North Vernon Police Department will be conducting a physical agility test, written test, and oral interview on Saturday March 4, 2023 at 8:00 am at the Jennings County Middle School. There will be no make-up days available. Lunch will be provided.
1. Must be at least 21 and/or be appointed before the age of 40 (40 and 6 months if retired military). 2. Must be a U.S. citizen. 3. Possess a valid Indiana driver’s license.
4. Must have a high school diploma or GED equivalent. 5. No felonies or major misdemeanors.
Benefits include:
* Lateral transfers can receive up to ten (10) years credit on pay matrix for LE experience.
* 1977 Pension fund (74% city paid)
* $1,350.00 clothing allowance
* $600.00 cell phone per-diem
* Take home vehicle
* 90% city paid - Health, vision, and dental insurance.
* Relocation Stipends
* Education and military incentive
* Specialty pay for qualifying certifications
* Instructor pay
* Paid workout time
* Employee’s receive vacation, holiday, sick time, and bereavement
* Please see website for complete list of requirements and benefits.
For any questions, please contact Captain Todd Beam, North Vernon Police Department at (812)346-1466 or tbeam@nvpd.org.


Chesterfield Police Department

The Chesterfield Police Department is accepting applications for the position of Full-Time Police Officer.
Applications may be picked up in-person at the Chesterfield Police Department located at 17 Veterans Blvd. Chesterfield, IN 46017
or downloadable at the link located at the bottom of this announcement.
-  Starting Salary $47,367 with Longevity Pay capped at 20-years of service
- Indiana PERF retirement with additional Deferred Compensation plan (all employee expenses covered by municipality)
- Teamsters Health Benefit Fund package - Medical/Dental/Vision Coverage ($.25 cents per week)
- Paid Personal and Vacation time, plus 15 paid holidays
- $1,500 Annual Clothing Allowance
Applications and resumes should be submitted in-person or emailed by February 15, 2023.
Please contact Training Coordinator Cody Painter by email cpainter@chesterfield.in.gov for more information.
Application link: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1njWnXjW3q0ZZ5AV27jWWJ3XfAhOi9Lp_/view?usp=sharing


University of Notre Dame Police Department

The University of Notre Dame Police Department (NDPD) is seeking highly motivated individuals with excellent communication skills who want to work in a positive team atmosphere. The Notre Dame Police Department is a full-service police department recognized by the State of Indiana with full police authority. The campus is comparable to a small town with community members from all over the world. NDPD is a service organization that abides by the following values: Respect, Integrity, Service, and Excellence. We strive to provide superior customer service and are community engagement oriented. The duties of the Notre Dame Police Department are vast, but not limited to:
· Engaging and working with the community to enhance collaboration and positive police interactions
· Communicate effectively with diverse groups
· Attend community outreach events (i.e. Coffee with Cops, Pizza on patrol, Cookies with Cops)
· Provide for public safety by maintaining order, responding to emergencies, protecting people and property, enforcing motor vehicle, criminal laws, and university rules and regulations
· Respond to calls for service (emergency and non-emergency) and complete reports
· Identify, pursue, and arrest suspects
· Conduct investigations of crimes and incidents, process crime scenes and collect evidence
· Testify in court proceedings
· Provide unlock services for classrooms, buildings, and vehicles and assist with vehicle jumpstarts
· Provide traffic and parking enforcement
· Protection of dignitaries
· Provide security at sporting and other events
Our specialties include:
· Bike patrol, Vapor Wake K9, Investigations, R.A.D. (Rape Aggression Defense) Instructors, Field Training Officers, Certified ILEA Instructors, Active Shooter Response Instructor, Patrol Rifle, and Dignitary Protection.
Benefits:
· Rotating shift work that gives every other weekend off
· Educational benefits to staff, spouses, and children
· Competitive medical, vision, and dental insurance plans
· On-campus comprehensive wellness center with lower co-pay options
Come join a positive and diverse team who works to create a safe environment for our students, faculty, staff, and visitors.
*Non-certified applicants will be required to complete a physical fitness test (ILEA Entrance Examination Standards), a written examination, and a short in-person interview consecutively as the first stage of the hiring process. Further details will be communicated after your initial application has been reviewed*
Apply at https://jobs.nd.edu or follow this link: https://jobs.nd.edu/postings/search?utf8=%E2%9C%93&query=Police&query_v0_posted_at_date=&435=&502%5B%5D=1&225=&commit=Search
Posting expires February 19, 2023 


Mitchell Police Department

Mitchell Police Department is accepting applications for a full time merit officer position.
Accepting lateral transfers/ certified officers as well as accepting applicants with no prior law enforcement history.
We are accepting applications until March 4, 2023.
Base pay is $49,462 a year
We are offering a 5K sign on bonus for lateral applicants that are academy certified.
Applications can be picked up at the Mitchell police station.
If unable to pick up an application, applicants can email Officer Carter at kcarter@mitchell-in.gov and request an application to be sent via email.


Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office

The Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office is hiring for the position of: MERIT DEPUTY
The Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office is looking for highly motivated, team oriented individuals with a strong focus on community service and professionalism. This process is open to both candidates with or without law enforcement experience  
To apply you can pick up application at the Sheriff’s Office.
Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office
317 Walnut Street, Madison In. 47250
Electronic version available upon request, E-Mail Sheriff Benjamin Flint (Ben.Flint@Jeffersoncounty.In.Gov) or Chief Deputy Laura Pickel (Laura.Pickel@Jeffersoncounty.In.Gov).
Patrol Base Salary Range:  $54,101
Lateral entry candidates may qualify for an increase in salary.  Starting salary will be calculated based on the candidates prior completed years of full time, sworn experience.  Rank and seniority are non-transferable and will not be taken into consideration for paid time off or scheduling purposes.
Take Home Car Program / Heath Insurance Benefits / Sheriff’s Pension, Military Leave, and Special Assignments.
Employment Process as follows:
* Application Submissions due by February 8th  by 12:00P.M. 
* Written Test / Physical Agility (ILEA Exit Standards) *** February 11th
* Background Check
* Line Supervisor Interview
* Merit Board Interview
* Conditional Offer
* Polygraph and Psychological Test
*** This step can be skipped for Tier 1 Law Enforcement or equivalent out of State Applicants.  
Posting expires February 8, 2023
Questions in reference to the process should be directed to Chief Deputy Laura Pickel.


Greenfield Police Department

The Greenfield Police Department is accepting applications for the position of full-time Police Officer. Lateral applicants are also encouraged to apply.
Applicants must be at least 21 years old and less than 40 years old (per pension requirements) at the time of being sworn-in, possess high school diploma/GED, valid driver’s license, and US Citizenship.
Benefits Include:
*Probationary pay of $61,815.98
* Senior Patrolman (after 3 years) salary $67,910.38
* Uniforms and equipment furnished
* Take-home car program with off-duty use (if residence within 22 miles of Department)
* Medical, dental and vision insurance plans (PPO/HSA options)
* Optional 457b retirement account with 4.5% City of Greenfield match
* Paid overtime opportunities and compensatory time accrual
* INPRS 1977 Pension
* Longevity Pay up to $3,000 ($150 per year of service)
* Specialty Pay
* Body Worn Camera Technology
* Visible tattoos and facial hair allowed (with approval/restrictions)
* On-duty workout time in our gym
* Floating Holidays
* Many opportunities for specialties and advancement
* Lateral transfer program
o Abbreviated hiring process (no written test or formal interview)
o Abbreviated lateral FTO program
o Take-home vehicle after successful completion of Field Training Program
o Pay rate and vacation days reflect years of prior service after completion of FTO
Applications will be accepted through March 5, 2023.  Applications are to be completed online at www.policeapp.com.  The Physical Agility Test (ILEA Exit Standards) and the Written Test will be conducted on Saturday, April 29th at 8am.  The location will be announced at a later date.  Upon successful completion of the physical agility and written test, interviews will be scheduled during the week of May 14th.
For further questions, please contact Deputy Chief Chuck McMichael at lmcmichael@greenfieldin.org.


Steuben County Sheriff’s Office

Steuben County Sheriff’s Office is hiring for Deputy Sheriff/Road Patrol
The following essential job functions comprise a summary of job duties, requirements, and responsibilities contained in the job description prepared for this position. The job description will serve as the primary document in the selection and hiring process; and constitutes the context for incumbent job performance and evaluation. To perform this position successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed in this document are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
 Regularly conducts proactive and reactive patrol of County roads and other designated areas; investigates and reports all suspicious or unlawful activities, and performs necessary actions to ensure the proper enforcement of applicable laws;
 Monitors radio and other communication devices and responds to citizen calls;
 Stops and processes traffic violators;
 Responds to and investigates traffic accidents; assists with care and removal of accident victims;
 Directs vehicular and pedestrian traffic;
 Responds to residential and business alarms;
 Pursues, apprehends, searches, arrests and transports suspects; advises suspects of rights; Participates in formal investigation of crimes, including searching crime scenes, collecting, preserving and protecting evidence according to prescribed procedures, interviewing victims and witnesses, and conducting neighborhood checks; conducts searches of persons and property with and without a warrant in accordance with the law;
 Transports individuals detained by the County;
 Performs computer data entry and prepares and submits to superiors all required reports;
 Serves/returns various legal documents;
 Maintains appearance and serviceability of all issued and/or required police vehicles, uniforms, equipment, weapons and supplies;
 Periodically testifies in court;
 Assists in performing duties of all Division personnel;
 May serve on or coordinate specialized law enforcement teams; may be given special assignments, such as public speaking and providing police escort;
 Attends prescribed in-service and/or training programs for certification in specialized law enforcement areas as assigned or required
REQUIREMENTS:
 Possession of a High School Diploma or GED and certification or ability to be certified by the Indiana Law Enforcement Academy
 Ability to meet all Departmental hiring and retention requirements, including not posing a direct threat to the health and safety of other individuals in the workplace;
 Thorough knowledge of and ability to make practical application of the customary practices, procedures, rules and regulations of the Department and civil, criminal and juvenile justice systems;
 Thorough knowledge of County geography, and radio frequencies, codes, procedures and limitations;
 Thorough knowledge of and ability to research and enforce applicable state and local laws, perform standardized patrol operations and take authoritative action as needed;
 Working knowledge of and ability to use and properly maintain all assigned uniforms and/or Department equipment and weapons; ability to legally operate Department vehicles;
 Working knowledge of standard practices and procedures in administering first aid and CPR; Ability to recognize signs and symptoms of some communicable diseases and be able to protect oneself from contamination by using universal health precautions and avoiding high risk environments;
 Working knowledge of photography and taking latent prints, and ability to appropriately receive, maintain and account for articles received in evidence;
 Working knowledge of standard English grammar, spelling and punctuation, and ability to enter data on computer and effectively prepare and complete Department reports within established deadlines; Ability to maintain confidentiality of Department information and reports as required;
 Ability to physically perform the essential duties of the position, including, but not limited to, sitting/driving/standing for long periods, pursuing suspects by driving a vehicle at high speed, running, climbing stairs, forcing entry, scaling walls, jumping fences, apprehending/subduing offenders, and assisting with evacuation and care of vehicular accident victims;
 Ability to deal swiftly, rationally and decisively with potentially violent individuals in precarious situations, de-escalate volatile situations by means of conversation/negotiation, and effect forceful arrest using physical force as situations demand;
 Ability to effectively listen, comprehend and communicate with the public, other officials and agencies by radio, telephone, in person or in writing, including being sensitive to professional ethics, gender, cultural diversities and disabilities;
 Ability to adapt to changing weather conditions, work environments, irregular and/or extended hours, and to perform duties despite the stress of potential personal injuries and loss of life; Ability to serve on 24-hour call and appropriately respond to emergencies from off-duty status as assigned or directed;
 Ability to obey all written and verbal orders and directives from the Sheriff and superior officers; Ability to work alone and with others in a team environment with minimum direct supervision;
 Ability to follow all personnel policies and rules of the organization.
LICENSE/CERTIFICATION NEEDED:
 Certification or ability to be certified by the Indiana Law Enforcement Academy;
 Ability to qualify annually by obtaining a passing score in the Handgun Course of Fire and Shotgun Course of Fire, as required by the standards of the Indiana Law Enforcement Training Board.
STARTING SALARY:
2023 - $56,155.00 per year plus benefits
APPLICATION AND SELECTION PROCESS
Applications are available at the Steuben County Sheriff’s Office, 206 E Gale Street Angola, Indiana, or can be printed from the website www.steubensheriff.com near the bottom of the homepage.
Applications are available until February 3, 2023. Please submit the completed application to the Sheriff’s Office by the end of the business day on February 3rd, 2023.


South Bend Police Department

Why spend months going through the police testing process when you can complete a majority of it... in ONE DAY?
Join the South Bend Police Department for our Winter Prospect Day on Saturday, February 18, 2023 to jump-start your law enforcement career with one of the highest-paying and most exciting police departments in Northern Indiana.
PFC Salary rates are as follows:
2023: $70,822 + Shift incentives
2024: $74,009 + Shift incentives
2025: $77,157 + Shift incentives
All extra work is paid double!
Plus… laterals are eligible for up to a $10,000 transfer bonus AND a vacation incentive.
Explore more benefits on sbpolicejobs.com and apply by February 13, 2023 to join us for our one-day police testing event!
Laterals and new recruits welcome!
Apply:  https://www.sbpolicejobs.com/


Indianapolis Public Schools Police Department

The Indianapolis Public School Police Department is accepting applications for the position of full-time Police/School Resource Officer (SRO).
Applicants must be at least 21 years old, possess a high school diploma/GED, valid driver’s license and US Citizenship.
Benefits Include:
* Starting salary $52,452
* ILEA Certified Officers receive differential pay based off experience
* 11 Paid Holidays Off
* Monday thru Friday work schedule
* Medical, dental and vision insurance plans
* No cost heath care for medical plan participants
* Uniforms and equipment furnished
* Yearly uniform allowance provided
* ILEA preferred but not required
* Paid departmental overtime or compensatory time accrual
* Off duty employment permitted
* Free employee assistance (EAP) for employees and dependents
All applicants should apply at the Indianapolis Public Schools website, at WWW.Myips.org
The positions will remain open until filled.


Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office

The Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office is hiring Patrol Deputies.
If you are interested in a challenging and rewarding occupation where you will have the opportunity each and every day to make a positive impact on a dynamic and growing community?
If so, then the Hamilton County Sheriff's Office is interested in you.
The Hamilton County Sheriff's Office is a professional law enforcement organization dedicated to providing unparalleled service to its community.
The Sheriff's Office offers a wide variety of career opportunities in law enforcement, corrections and civilian support positions.
A career with the Hamilton County Sheriff's Office offers many rewards:
o -Excellent benefits and competitive salaries
o -Amazing variety of work and challenges
o -Opportunities to make significant positive impacts on people in your community
o -Challenging public service career
o -Pride in being a member of one of the best law enforcement agencies in the country
o -Starting Pay with NO experience:  $ 61,512.00
o -Lateral Pay up to: $ 69,201.00
o Paid Holidays, Sick Leave, Deferred Compensation Plan, Promotional Opportunities, Educational Assistance, Issued Weapons and Equipment, Paid Vacations, Military Reserve Leave, Continuous Training Opportunities, Take Home Vehicle Program, Tactical Athletic Trainer, Wellness Unit.
o K-9 Unit, Crash Reconstruction Unit, Honor Guard, Emergency Response Unit, Bike Unit, Drug Taskforce, Child Exploitation Taskforce, CSI Tech, Crime Reduction, Team Mobile Field Force (Riot Control Team)
o Applications are due by February 13, 2023
o Click on the link to start your application today.
https://www.hamiltoncounty.in.gov/595/Recruitment


Mount Vernon Police Department

The Mount Vernon Police Department is offering a $10,000 hiring incentive for Lateral Transfers (with a Tier 1 Certification or equivalent).  
We are also accepting applications for Probationary Officers (No Experience) as well.
Applications will be accepted on a continual basis until positions are filled.  
Lateral Officer Starting Pay:  $50,656
Probationary Officers Starting Pay:  $48,656
Lateral Hiring Incentive:  $10,000 ($5,000 paid at the end of year 1 and $5,000 at the end of year 3)
Shift Differential:2nd Shift:  $1,000 /yr 3rd Shift:  $2,000/yr
Uniform Allowance:  $1,000 /yr
15 Paid Military Days
Retention/Longevity pay:  $204/yr, max out at $4,080/yr
Take home car program
14 Paid Holidays
Cell Phone Allowance
Vacation:  10 days after year one, max out at 25
Personal Days: 4 per year
Duty belt and accessories, weapons, and body armor provided
To begin, learn more, and see more of our benefits and opportunities visit https://www.mountvernonin.gov/police-department


Highland Police Department

The Town of Highland, Indiana Police Department is accepting applications for the position of
full time Probationary Police Officer from both Certified Police Officers and Non-Certified
persons from 8:00am on January 13th, 2023 through 8:00am on February 17, 2023 for the
purpose of establishing an eligibility list. We will be hiring to fill multiple vacancies.
Starting Salary with no academy certification: $60,582.34.
First class Patrol Officer Salary: $73,356.40.
Population: 23,984
The applications may be picked up / dropped off at the Highland Police Department, 3315 Ridge
Road, Highland IN 46322 or obtained from our website: highland.in.gov. You may also check
our Facebook page for more information.


Fishers Police Department

The Fishers Police Department is actively seeking highly motivated lateral candidates to participate in a competitive hiring process.
This hiring process is only open to applicants who are already certified law enforcement officers.  
YOU MUST HAVE ALREADY PASSED A CERTIFIED LAW ENFORCEMENT ACADEMY TO BE ELIGIBLE FOR THIS PROCESS.
The purpose of this position is to provide ongoing police services to the people within the city limits of Fishers.
However, this position is very complex and requires the officer to make decisions, take action and perform processes which are frequently made under conditions of extreme stress.
The officer responds to dispatch calls covering a variety of areas where an officer might be needed. These dispatch calls are received by the officer in the police car over a two way radio. Only one officer is in a car. The types of situations an officer may need to respond to are varied. In addition, the officer engages in patrolling the general area of the City of Fishers and performs duties as relates to traffic enforcement.
This activity is of an on-going nature and is what the officer will generally do when not responding to calls from the dispatcher.
Furthermore, the officer fulfills the administrative and judicial functions of the position and is required to attend all training functions sponsored by the department as ordered by a superior officer to improve or maintain his/her skills in a particular area.
https://www.governmentjobs.com/jobs/3859676-0/sworn-police-officer?keyword=police+officer&location=fishers%2C+IN+&pagetype=searchPage
Applications close on March 10, 2023


Putnam County Sheriff’s Department

The Putnam County Sheriff’s Department is accepting applications for the position of Merit Deputy.
Applicants must be at least 21 years of age, possess a high school diploma or GED equivalent and a valid driver’s license.  
Applicants who have completed the Tier 1 Indiana Law Enforcement Academy Certification will be exempt from the written exam however they will need to complete the physical agility portion of the test.  
Application deadline is February 8, 2023 at 4:00 p.m.  
Applications are available on our website, located at: www.putnam-sheriff.org, by emailing a request to tom.sutherlin@co.putnam.in.us or by picking one up in person at: 13 Keightly Road, Greencastle, IN 46135.  
Inquiries regarding this position should be made to Chief Deputy Tom Sutherlin at (765)653-3211.
The Putnam County Sheriff’s Department will be conducting a written and physical agility test on Saturday February 11, 2023 at 9:00 am and Tuesday February 13, 2023 at 6:00 p.m. at the Emergency Operations Center (EOC) at the Putnam County 911 Dispatch Center.  
Putnam County, IN is an Equal Opportunity Employer which does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, age or other unlaw bias.
The Putnam County Sheriff’s Department offers a wide array of benefits to include:
Probationary salary: $49,537.00/ After first year $52,716.00
12 hours shifts (every other weekend off)
Clothing Allowance
Take home vehicle
Insurance benefits for health, visions, dental and life
Retirement benefits


Indiana State Police Capitol Police Section

Indiana State Police Seeks Recruits for the Capitol Police Section

The Indiana State Police Capitol Police Section is accepting applications.  
Individuals interested in beginning a rewarding career as a Capitol Police Officer may apply online at https://www.Capitol Police Career Opportunities.  
This website provides a detailed synopsis of the application process and information on additional career opportunities with the Indiana State Police Department.
Applications must be submitted electronically by 11:59 pm (EST) on Thursday, February 9, 2023.  
Basic Eligibility Requirements and consideration factors for a Capitol Police Officer:
1. Must be a United States citizen.
2. Must be at least 21 years of age when appointed as a police employee.   (Graduation date is August 18, 2023)
3. Must meet a minimum vision standard (corrected or uncorrected) of 20/50 acuity in each eye and 20/50 distant binocular acuity in both eyes.
4. Must possess a valid driver's license to operate an automobile.
5. Must be a high school graduate as evidenced by a diploma or general equivalency diploma   (GED).                                                                                                        
The academy begins on Monday, May 1, 2023.  The starting salary for a Capitol Police Section Probationary Officer is $46,863.00 a year.  The Indiana State Police Capitol Police Section also offers an excellent health care plan, including medical, dental, vision, and pharmacy coverage for current and retired employees and their families.  The State maintains short-term and long-term disability plans for full time employees after six (6) months of continuous employment.  As an Indiana State Police Capitol Police Officer, you are automatically enrolled in the Public Employees Retirement Fund (PERF), and the State will contribute to your retirement account.
Interested applicants can obtain additional information about a career as a Capitol Police Officer by visiting https://www.Capitol Police Career Opportunities.  Applicants can also contact a recruiter at isprecruiting@isp.in.gov.


Danville Metropolitan Police Department

The Danville Metropolitan Police Department is now accepting pre-applications for Full-Time Patrol Officers for the Town of Danville.
The online Pre-Application and online Release and Hold Harmless Agreement MUST be submitted by by Friday, February 17, 2023, at 4:00 PM.
Applicants shall be a United States citizen, at least 21 years of age at the time of employment, possess a valid Indiana driver’s license, be a high school graduate or equivalent, have no felony convictions, no serious misdemeanor convictions, no domestic violence convictions, and if offered a position, must obtain residence within a contiguous county to Hendricks County, Indiana within 180 days.
Benefits Include:
- Patrol Officer salary $60,165.56 per year (Probationary Year $57,242.64)
- $1000 Yearly uniform & equipment allowance
- Take-home car program
- On-Duty fitness program with onsite gym/workout facility
- Medical, dental, and vision health insurance plans
- Group Life, Disability, Term Life, Accident, Cancer and Critical Insurance Offered
- Overtime/Off-duty employment opportunities
- INPRS 1977 Pension
- Additional 457B Retirement Plan offered
- Monthly cell phone stipend
- Paid vacation, holiday, sick, personal and bereavement time
- Town Wellness Program (Including Employee Health Clinic)
- Health Savings Account with Town contribution
- Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
- Authorized arm tattoos and facial hair
- 12-hour Work Schedule (every other weekend off)
- Field Training Officer compensation
- MUCH MORE!
Completed online pre-applications are to be submitted by Friday, February 17, 2023, at 4:00 PM.
The physical and written examinations will take place on Saturday, February 25th.
After submitting your pre-application, you will be notified with additional information regarding the testing time and location.
To complete the online pre-application, go to:
https://danvillein.gov/egov/apps/action/center.egov?view=form;page=1;id=15


Crawfordsville Police Department

“The Crawfordsville Police Department is accepting applications for Full Time Police Officers.
Now accepting certified lateral transfers with salary compensation for experience.
Starting salary $55,474.71, benefits include Overtime, Health Insurance, Paid Vacation, Retirement Program, Clothing Allowance, Initiative Program, and Night Shift Differential.
Applicants must be at least 21 years old, but not older than 40.
Information regarding the hiring process can be found on the department website, www.crawfordsvillepolice.net under the Employment tab.
Applications may be picked up at the department Mon-Fri. 8:00am-4:00pm, 311 N. Green St Crawfordsville, IN or downloaded from the department website.
Applications must be submitted to the department no later than 3:00pm Friday February 17, 2023. EOE”
Posting expires February 15, 2023


Indiana University Police Department

The IU Police Department is accepting applications for the role of Patrol Officer at the following locations: Bloomington, Evansville, Gary, Indianapolis, New Albany, Richmond, and South Bend.
To apply, visit jobs.iu.edu and search for job number 304385. Applications must be submitted by February 5, 2023 by 11:59pm.
All Tier I certified Law Enforcement Officers are waived from the physical agility testing (proof of certification will be requested).
Benefits:
- Multiple plan options for medical insurance
- Dental insurance
- Health Savings Account with generous IU contribution
- Life insurance, LTD, and AD&D options
- Base retirement plan with 10% contribution from IU
- Additional supplemental retirement plan options
- Tuition benefit for IU class
- 280 hours paid time off per year
- 6 weeks paid parental leave
- Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
Specialties:
- K9 Units
- Engagement and Inclusion Officer Program (EIO)
- Certified bicycle patrols
- Crash reconstructionist
- Officers trained for Crisis Intervention Teams
- Motorcycle patrol units
- Dignitary protection
- FBI Joint Terrorism Task Force/Indiana Intelligence Fusion Center
- Intercollegiate sports
- Numerous police academy instructors
- Dispatch
- Officers trained to teach verbal judo, self-defense, and other topics of community interest
- Honor Guard
- Patrol rifle/shotgun certification
Pay:
- Patrol Officer Entry will have an annualized salary of $47,216.
- Patrol Officer includes 1 year LE experience and will have an annualized salary of $52,166.
- Patrol Officer Senior will have an annualized salary of $58,302.
- Patrol Officer Master will have an annualized salary of $64,126.
Basic Eligibility Requirements:
- Valid driver's license and ability to be insured by Indiana University Upon date of hire
- ILEA (Indiana Law Enforcement Academy) eligible upon date of hire
- Complete all required annual law enforcement training and attain required certifications as prescribed by Indiana state law and the Indiana Law Enforcement Training Board (ILETB) 1 year
- Attain university required certifications in CPR, AED, Blood Borne Pathogens, IDACS, etc. 1 year
- Attain firearms qualification 1 year
Contact Sgt. Hayley Wilson at hciosek@iu.edu for more information


Kokomo Police Department

The Kokomo Police Department is currently accepting applications for Entry Level Patrol Officers and Lateral Transfer Officers.
Applications will be accepted until February 5, 2023.
Requirements for Basic:
1. Must be at least 21 and less than 40 years of age at time of appointment
2. Mus be a U.S. citizen
3. Possess a valid Indiana Driver’s License
4. High school diploma or GED equivalent
5. Reside within 50 miles of the City of Kokomo at the time of appointment
Benefits include:
1. 2023 salary $61,846 (1st Class Patrolman)
2. Pension Plan
3. Shift differential
4. Clothing allowance
5. Longevity pay
6. Health, Vision, and Dental Insurance
Two Ways to Register For The Upcoming Fitness Test:
1.Visit JoinKokomoPD.com and complete the registration form
2.Text KPD recruiter your full name and email address to (765) 437-5409
Have Any Questions?
Call/Text KPD recruiter at (765) 437-5409

Your application may be returned by E-mail, personally delivered, or mailed to:
Kokomo Police Department
100 S. Union St.
Kokomo, Indiana 46901
Attn: Officer Forestal
EMAIL: eforestal@cityofkokomo.org


Hancock County Sheriff’s Office

The Hancock County Sheriff’s Office is seeking to hire qualified individuals who embrace the law enforcement community by serving as Jail Correctional Officers.
If you are someone who thrives in a fast paced work environment, that possesses great communication skills, and has a passion for community then we are looking for you.
Hancock County is a great place to grow your law enforcement career and to work with an existing top-notch team.  Posting expires February 6, 2023.
Full time Jail Officer employees receive:
- Probationary officer starting salary: $48,500
- Pay matrix of $250.00 for each year of employment
- 12 hour shifts with every other weekend off
- Life insurance – $25,000 benefit at no cost to employee
- Short term and long term disability provided by county – pays %60 of salary on short term disability
- Free health clinic (employees must be on the county insurance plan - elective dental & vision options available)
- Uniform and firearm provided
- Paid holidays, vacation days, and personal days
- Retirement benefits including optional 457(b) plan
- 40 hour Jail School by ILEA
- Opportunities for additional training
Application requirements for employment:
- Must be at least 21 years of age
- US Citizen
- High school diploma or general education degree (GED) required
- Must possess a valid driver’s license
- No felony conviction
- Ability to pass a background check, drug test, physical and psychological exam
Please contact Captain Bridget Foy by email -  bfoy@hancockcoingov.org or by phone 317-477-1178 ext. 3105 for more information.


Fort Wayne Police Department

The Fort Wayne Police Department is currently accepting applications for Lateral Transfers with a Tier 1 Certification or equivalent.
Applications will be accepted through March 10, 2023. Come find out why the grass is greener over here.
Starting Pay: $62,505.90
After 6 months: $69,451.00
2024 Pay: $72,924.80 (approx.)
Shift Differential:
2nd Shift: $3300 /yr
3rd Shift: $6600 /yr
Education & Military Bonus
Retention/Longevity pay: Starts at $1500/yr in year 2, max out at $10,000.00/yr in year 20.
Take home car program
Vacation: 7 days year one, max out at 34
Personal Days: 10 per year
All equipment provided
To begin, learn more, and see more of our benefits and opportunities visit https://joinfwpd.org/lateral-transfer/.
In-state and out of state candidates will be considered. Out of state candidates must have a minimum of 1 year experience.
Testing begins March 23rd, with a swear in date of July 17th, 2023.


Rushville Police Department

The City of Rushville Police Department is currently accepting applications for the position of Patrol Officer.
All applications must be turned in to the Rushville Police Department by Monday February 6, 2023 by 4:00 PM.  
Applications can be picked up in person at the Rushville Police Department, requested via email through Chief of Police Craig Tucker at ctucker@cityofrushville.in.gov or
online at https://www.cityofrushville.in.gov/wp-content/uploads/2022/10/Police-Application-Fillable.pdf.  
All applicants MUST:
* Be between 21 and 40 years of age at time of appointment to the Department
* Have a High School Diploma or a GED
* Have a valid driver’s license through the State of Indiana
* Have no disqualifying criminal history or active Protection Orders
* Additional qualifications are listed in the application
Prior to being hired, applicants MUST successfully complete:
* Written and Physical Agility Test
oPhysical Agility Requirements
Vertical Jump:              16-inch minimum
One Minute Sit-Ups:    29
300 Meter Run:           71 Second Maximum
Maximum Push-Ups:   25
1.5 Mile Run:              16 Minutes 28 Second Maximum
* Thorough Background Investigation
* Formal Interview Process
* Completion of the PERF physical and psychological testing
* Pass baseline and ongoing drug screening
Salary and Benefits:
* First year, non-probationary salary $48,295.00
* Competitive longevity program up to 25 years of service
* Specialty Pay for qualifying certifications for non-probationary officers
* Shift Differential for 2nd and 3rd shift officers
* Annual Holiday Check
* Vacation, Sick/Personal Time and Bereavement Package
* All Equipment Provided and Biannual Clothing Allowance for non-probationary officers
* Medical, Dental and Vision Insurance Plan
* Inclusion in the PERF 1977 Retirement Fund
* 10 Hour shifts with alternating weekends off
* Professional Development Day per pay period


Noblesville Police Department

The Noblesville Police Department is accepting pre-applications for the 2023 (Spring) Applicant Screening Process.  Posting expires February  3, 2023.
Citizens can learn more about working for the City of Noblesville by visiting www.cityofnoblesville.org/hr or may apply for the selection process at www.cityofnoblesville.org/employment.
The process is scheduled to take approximately three to five (3-5) months to complete and will include the following components:
1. Pre-Application Screening                        6. Polygraph Examination
2. Physical Fitness Assessment                   7. Background Investigation
3. Written Examination                                 8. Psychological Examination
4. Oral Interview & Writing Exercise            9. Complete Physical Examination / Drug Test
5. Complete Personal History Statement   10. Approval of Police Merit Commission
Basic minimum requirements include:
1. Must be a U.S. Citizen.
2. Must have successfully received a high school diploma or GED equivalent.
3. Must be at least 21 years of age and have not reached 40 years of age by date of hire.
4. Must possess a valid driver’s license to operate a motor vehicle.
5. No felony or domestic violence convictions.
6. No Operating While Intoxicated (OWI) convictions.
7. No dishonorable discharge from the military service.
The deadline to apply is February 1, 2023.
The City of Noblesville is a thriving community located 15 miles north of Indianapolis. Noblesville is the county seat of Hamilton County and the 10th largest city in Indiana with a population of more than 69,600 residents, covering approximately 32 square miles. The Noblesville Police Department has 96 sworn officers and has many specialized units to include drone pilots, SWAT, motorcycle, FTO, crisis negotiations, K-9, mentoring, boat patrol, honor guard, dive, crime scene technicians, bicycle patrol, motor vehicle crash reconstructionist, school resource officer, mental health specialist, wellness specialist, and many more.
The Noblesville Police Department offers an excellent benefit package which includes the following:
1. Competitive salary starting at $63,128.00 after a 1-year probationary period and a salary of $73,715.20 after completion of the 4th year.
2. 15 vacation days after 1st year
3. 80% of medical, dental, and vision premiums paid
4. $1,000 annual clothing allowance
5. Take-home vehicle
6. Pay and vacation incentives for experienced law enforcement officers (call for details)
7. Lifetime pension after 20 years of service (1977 Police Officers’ & Firefighters’ Pension Fund)
The Noblesville Police Department is an Equal Opportunity Employer and provides equal employment, training, and promotion opportunities to all qualified persons without regard to sex, race, religion, disability, or national origin.
Anyone requesting additional information is encouraged to contact Recruiting Officer Lt. Bruce Barnes at (317) 776-6340 ext. 1243 or bbarnes@noblesville.in.us


Clinton City Police Department

The Clinton City Police Department is currently taking applications for full-time Patrolman.
All applicants must be at least 21 years of age and not older than 40 years of age. Applicants 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 States citizen.
Applicants must be able to pass the baseline statewide physical standards. Applicants must also be able to pass the statewide physical and mental examinations required by the 1977 PERF fund.
Applications will be available at the Clinton City Police Department and must be returned back to the Clinton City Police Department by February 3, 2023. Any applications after the deadline will not be accepted.
Clinton City Police Department
259 Vine Street
Clinton, Indiana 47842
Phone 765-832-3232
Fax 765-832-9339


New Whiteland Police Department

The New Whiteland Police Department is accepting applications for a full-time deputy marshal presently and an additional position being added for July of 2023.   The office is open from 8-12 and 1–4 Monday thru Friday except for January 16th.  The application is also available to download on our website www.newwhiteland.in.gov. The deadline for pick up will be 4 p.m., January 20, 2023. Applications are due back no later than February 3, 2023 by 4 p.m.
A written exam, physical agility assessment and an interview will be a portion of the hiring process to qualified applicants.
Applicant must be 21 years of age, United States Citizen, hold a valid Indiana Driver’s License, High School diploma, be drug free and have no Felony or Class A Misdemeanor convictions. ILEA certified candidates preferred, but not required.
Applications are located at the New Whiteland Police Department, 540 Tracy Road, Suite B, New Whiteland, Indiana, 46184. Office telephone: (317) 535-5858.


Indiana State Police

The Indiana State Police is accepting applications for the 84th Recruit Academy. Individuals interested in beginning a rewarding career as an Indiana State Trooper must apply online at IndianaTrooper.com. This website provides a detailed synopsis of the application process and information on additional career opportunities with the Indiana State Police. Applications must be submitted electronically by 11:59 pm (EST) on Thursday, April 27, 2023.  
Probationary Troopers graduating from the 84th Recruit Academy, who successfully complete their Field Training Officer (FTO) program, receive a $5,000.00 dollar one-time cash bonus (taxable) in addition to their regular salary.    
Included Benefits:
o Post-9/11 GI Bill Benefits during the academy and probationary year.
o Military and Law Enforcement service purchase options. Service Purchase Calculator
o NEW take-home patrol vehicle issued after completing the FTO period (includes off-duty use).
o Uniforms and over $9,000 of NEW equipment are issued at no cost.
o 3 hours of on-duty physical training per week.
o 40 paid days of leave annually and 150 hours of New Parent Leave.
o Health/Vision/Dental and Life Insurance options for actives and retirees.
o Lifetime pension and deferred compensation w/State matching.
o Endless Opportunities and Career Advancement.
Basic Eligibility Requirements and consideration factors for an Indiana State Trooper:
1. Must be a United States citizen.
2. Must be at least 21 and less than 40 years of age when appointed as a police employee. (Appointment date is December 21, 2023)
3. Must meet a minimum vision standard (corrected or uncorrected) of 20/50 acuity in each eye and 20/50 distant binocular acuity in both eyes.
4. Must possess a valid driver's license to operate an automobile.
5. Must be willing, if appointed, to reside and serve anywhere within the State of Indiana as designated by the Superintendent.
6. Must be a high school graduate as evidenced by a diploma or general equivalency diploma      (GED).                                                                                
The Trooper Trainee’s salary is $1,807.70 bi-weekly, plus approximately 200 hours of Paid Time Off and $3,800 of Paid Overtime during the academy.  Upon graduation from Trooper Trainee to Probationary Trooper, salary increases to $51,000.
Recruits of the 84th Recruit Academy are offered an excellent health care plan, including medical, dental, vision, and pharmacy coverage for current and retired employees, along with their families, until reaching age 65.  The Indiana State Police pension program provides a lifetime pension after 25 years of service.  Additionally, the Indiana State Police Department provides comprehensive disability coverage and a life insurance program.  Student loan forgiveness programs are being offered at this time through the following:  https://studentaid.gov/manage-loans/forgiveness-cancellation/public-service
Interested applicants can obtain additional information about an Indiana State Trooper career by visiting IndianaTrooper.com. Applicants can also contact a recruiter at isprecruiting@isp.in.gov.


Waterloo Marshals Office

The Waterloo Marshals Office is accepting applications for the position of Deputy Marshal.
Applicants must be a U.S. Citizen, 21 years of age with no felony convictions, possess a high school diploma or GED,
a valid driver’s license with no convictions for the past 3 years, vision correctable to 20/20 and reside within DeKalb or surrounding counties.
Applications may be obtained at the Marshal’s Office located at 300 North Wayne St. in Waterloo, IN and will be accepted until February 15, 2023.


Lafayette Police Department

The Lafayette Police Department (LPD) is accepting applications for qualified individuals looking for a challenging and rewarding career as a police officer in the City of Lafayette. Experience is not required to become a member of one of the largest municipal police departments in the state. However, lateral entry for experienced officers is available.  For lateral transfers, total years of certified law enforcement experience counts toward PTO time. College graduates and veterans are encouraged to apply.
Officers immediately receive first class pay ($70,029) after successful completion of the FTO program and become eligible for specialties and promotion as well.
The following benefits are also included for each officer:
* Up to 312 PTO hours (After 18 years of service)
* $1500 per year in clothing allowance
* Education reimbursement
* Numerous Specialty Units and Pay
* Health, Dental, Vision and Life Insurance
* Our own Training Center with Crossfit workout facility
* Take home vehicle program
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Applications are due February 10, 2022.
Please go to www.lafayettepolice.us to learn more about the LPD.
Questions?  Email Lt Sherer at rlsherer@lafayette.in.gov or you may call 765-807-1222.


Gibson County Sheriff’s Office

Gibson County Sheriff’s Office is looking to hire for four different positions.  
Applications for all positions available in our office or our website at http://gibsoncountysheriff.com/index.php?page=3

Correctional Officer:
Applications accepted until all positions are filled.
Starting pay is $20.00 per hour.
5 days per week (8 hour shifts) with overtime available as needed.
Job will likely be 2nd shift (3 PM -11 PM), 3rd shift (11 PM - 7 AM), or some mix of the two shifts. Initial training may be completed on any mix of all three shifts.
Duties of this job include, but are not limited to, transporting inmates to/from court or other locations as needed, booking/releasing inmates, passing meal trays, maintaining the safety and security of staff and inmates at all times, answering phones, data entry into computers. Use of standard office equipment (computer, phone, copy machine, etc.) is a must.
Jail staff is also cross-trained to help in the dispatch center as needed.
Gibson County Sheriff's Office is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Field Officer:
Applications accepted until position is filled.
Department: Community Corrections
Starting pay is $18.12 per hour
Potential Physical Requirements:
½ Mile Run: Under 6 Minutes
300 M Sprint: Under 100 Seconds
20 Push Ups: Under 60 Seconds
20 Sit Ups: Under 60 Seconds
Position Summary:
Under limited supervision, responsible for safety, security and supervision of inmates that go through the Community Corrections program.
Duties/Responsibilities:
Maintains constant security of inmates, maintains safe and secure environment for work release clients.
Conducts office visits, field visits and home visits for work release and home detention clients.
Makes and/or responds to a variety of telephone calls concerning clients, including receiving complains, providing and requesting information.
Gibson County is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Facility Officer:
Applications accepted until position is filled.
Department: Community Corrections
Reports To: Director
Starting pay is $17.70 per hour
Position Summary
Under limited supervision, responsible for the safety, security and supervision of the inmates that go through the Community Corrections program.
Duties/Responsibilities
The following duties are normal for this position. These are not to be construed as exclusive or all-inclusive. Other duties may be required and assigned.
* Maintains constant security of inmates; maintains safe and secure environment for work release clients.
* Model appropriate behaviors and attitudes to assist offenders to develop skills and work practices.
* Composes notes to document direct contact with clients, family members, other relevant persons, and other case activities, entering information into case management and updating individual files for each client as required.
* Makes and/or responds to a variety of telephone calls concerning clients, including receiving complaints, providing and requesting information.
* Administers and documents drug and alcohol test according to departmental guidelines.
* Immediately advises supervising Executive Director of emergency situations and completes all required documentation as appropriate for each emergency.
* Prepares and maintains various daily and weekly reports and documents.
* Responsible for the bank deposit of any fees collected.
* Photographs inmates upon sign up.
* Testifies in legal proceedings/court as necessary.
* Performs related duties as assigned.
Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilties
* Ability to communicate effectively with inmates, coworkers, Executive Director, consultants, law enforcement personnel, attorneys, other County and State personnel and the general public verbally and in writing.
* Knowledge of and ability to execute evidence based practices.
* Ability to operate law enforcement equipment including handcuffs, cameras, radios, etc.
* Ability to operate a variety of office machines and a computer using word processing and related software.
* Ability to operate a motor vehicle and required to maintain a valid Indiana Driver’s License.
* Ability to use independent judgement in highly unstable and/or risky situations.
* Ability to lift and carry potentially heavy objects up to 70 pounds.
Necessary Training and Experience
* High school graduate
* Evidence based practices training
* Required to submit to and pass drug and/or alcohol testing
In evaluating candidates for this position, Community Corrections may consider a combination of education, training and experience which provides the necessary knowledge, skills and abilities to perform the essential job functions.
Gibson County is an Equal Opportunity Employer


Ball State University Police Department

The Ball State University Police Department is accepting applications from non-certified individuals.  
New hire hourly rate of pay $19.97/Post-training rate $22.20.  Two year hourly rate is $26.08.
Applicants must be able to perform all functions outlined in the job duties and physical assessment, pass a written exam, psychological exam and polygraph exam.
Benefits include:
-Paid time off
-10 holidays
-medical and dental benefits
-University tuition fee remission for employee and dependents after one year of full-time employment.  
-Education Incentive up to $1500.00 annually
-Instructor Incentive up to $ 750.00 annually
-Longevity beginning after 4 years of employment ($500 to $2500 annually based on years of service.
Applications will be accepted through February 5, 2023.
Physical Assessment is scheduled for Sunday, February 12, 2023 at 1230pm.  The written exam will be administered immediately following the physical assessment on Sunday, February 12, 2023.
Follow the link below for additional information and application:
Non-Certified Officers:  https://bsu.peopleadmin.com/postings/34988


South Bend International Airport

The South Bend International Airport is accepting resumes for consideration in filling openings for the position of Safety Officer in our Department of Public Safety. The Department (or Safety Officers) provide(s) law enforcement, fire protection and EMS services at the airport. Candidates already certified as an Indiana Law Enforcement officer, or Firefighter I/II and EMT highly preferred.
For more information on requirements and to submit a resume please visit the web site at www.flysbn.com, “About SBN”, - “Employment”.
https://www.flysbn.com/employment/
A cover letter and resume in PDF format must be submitted to H.R via email at hr@sbnair.com Position open until filled.


Brownstown Police Department

The Brownstown Police Department accepting applications for a Full Time Police Officer until position is filled.  
Lateral Applicants are highly encouraged to apply.
Starting Salary $50,000
Clothing/Equipment Allowance $1,500
Take home vehicles, off duty use in Jackson County only
* Paid Vacations
* Sick Days
* Personal Days
* PERF 1977 Retirement (100% Paid by the Town)
* Health, Vision and Dental Insurance
* 20yr Pay Matrix $50,000-$61,010
* Supplemental Retirement Offered (457b)
Requirements:
1. Shall be at least 21 years of age at the time of employment.
2. Shall be a U.S. Citizen.
3. Shall possess a valid driver’s license.
4. Shall have a high school diploma or GED equivalent.
5. Shall reside within adjoining counties of Jackson County
6. Shall have no felony convictions and no drug convictions
7. No domestic violence convictions.
Be at least 21 years of age, but not yet 40 years of age at time of appointment for sworn officer positions if not currently enrolled in 1977 Indiana PERF Retirement system. Military Veterans with at least 20 years of service in the Armed Forces may become a member of the 1977 Indiana PERF Retirement system if under 40 years and 6 months of age.
Non-ILEA Certified Applicants must be able to successfully complete a written exam, a physical assessment and background investigation prior to offer of employment.
Application can be picked up at Town Hall located 116 E Cross St Brownstown, In 47220
Any questions email Assistant Chief Joe Kelly at jkelly@brownstownpd.org


Ball State University Police Department

The Ball State University Police Department is accepting applications from Indiana Tier 1 certified individuals.
Tier 1 hourly rate of pay $22.20 during Field Training. One-year rate ($24.41) or two-year hourly rate ($26.08).
*Post FTO rate determined by previous experience.
Applicants must be able to perform all functions outlined in the job duties, pass a background check, polygraph exam, psychological exam and drug screen.
Benefits include:
-Paid time off
-11 paid holidays
-medical and dental benefits
-University tuition fee remission for employee and dependents after one year of full-time employment.
-6 week paid parental leave after one year of full-time employment.
-Education Incentive up to $1500.00 annually
-Instructor Incentive up to $ 750.00 annually
-Longevity beginning after 4 years of employment ($500 to $2500 annually based on years of service.

Applications will be accepted through February 2, 2023.
Follow the link below for additional information and application:
Tier 1 Certified Officers:  https://bsu.peopleadmin.com/postings/34500


Boone County Sheriff’s Office

The Boone County Sheriff’s Office is currently accepting pre-applications for Corrections Officer and Communications Officer.  Please follow this link: https://www.boonecountyindianasheriff.com/divisions/administration/employment/ to submit your pre-application.
Applications will be accepted until the positions are filled.
If you have any questions, you may contact Joy Stewart at bcso-employment@co.boone.in.us or 765-483-5946.

Corrections Officer
The Boone County Sheriff’s Office offers a wide array of benefits for all full-time Corrections Officers including:

  • 12 hours shifts
  • After Probation Pay Rate $20.92
  • After Probation Yearly Salary $45,697
  • Alternating Weekends-Off Shifts
  • Medical/Dental/Vision Benefits
  • Retirement Benefits
  • Optional Health Savings Account with a county contribution
  • 457 B additional retirement plan
  • Immediate Paid Time-Off (PTO)
  • Access to mental health assistance

Communications Officer
The Boone County Sheriff’s Office offers a wide array of benefits for all full-time Communications Officers including:

  • 4 Day Work Week
  • Medical/Dental/Vision Benefits
  • Retirement Benefits
  • Immediate Paid Time-Off (PTO)
  • Yearly Salary $41,215 - $45,697
  • 457 B additional retirement plan
  • Access to mental health assistance
  • Optional Health Savings Account with a county contribution

Center Grove Police Department

The Center Grove Police Department in Greenwood, Indiana is now accepting applications for a full-time School Resource Officer.  This position is eligible for medical, dental, vision, life, long-term disability benefits and Public Employees Retirement Pension.  As well, this position comes with a corporation owned vehicle provided you reside in Johnson County.  
The Officer will work a 220-day school work schedule at 8 hours per day with the opportunity to work extra-curricular school events outside of the school day.  The position also comes with sick and personal days.  The salary range is $56,783-$63,630 depending on school experience.

Applicants Must Have:

  1. Must be a graduate of the Indiana Law Enforcement Academy or any other state police academy
  2. United State Citizen and at least 21 years of age
  3. Possess a valid Indiana Driver’s License; no more than eight active points
  4. Possess a high school diploma (Bachelor of Science/Arts degree preferred)
  5. Experience in school law enforcement preferred but not required
  6. Advanced Certifications (Instructor, Drug Identification, etc.) a plus
  7. 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)
  8. Able to work with students of all ages and abilities
  9. Has strong interpersonal skills
  10. Has exemplary verbal and written communication skills
  11. Can work collaboratively as a member of an administrative team
  12. Self-directed and highly motivated
  13. Must pass a written and extensive physical test

For detailed information about the job function and to apply for the open position, please go to the CGCSC’s Human Resource website at
https://skywardfin.centergrove.k12.in.us/scripts/cgiip.exe/WService=wsFin/rappljoblst484.w and click on Police-SRO to apply.  
If you have further questions, please contact Lynn Williams with the Center Grove Police Department at 317-885-5244.
Posting open until filled.


Cedar Lake Police Department

Cedar Lake Police Department is accepting applications for a Probationary Patrolman. This is an open application process for Certified Officers and non-Certified individuals.  Cedar Lake Police Department is a competitive, progressive Department experiencing major growth in the community. CLPD will be accepting applications to develop a candidate list for the next year.

Cedar Lake is expecting to hire two Officers in the next few months along with potentially more in the future.

Once you have completed your application, you can email to: pdapps@cedarlakein.org or you can hand deliver them. Once enough applications have been received to complete the testing process, you will be notified by the Police Department’s Administration of the testing date and time. Certified Police Officers will be notified of their interview date and time, once testing has been completed. Posting is open until filled.


MSD of Wayne Township

The MSD of Wayne Township is accepting applications for the position of School Resource Officer.  MSD Wayne School Resource Officers are valued members of the school community and receive specialized training, are assigned to a school and  given active opportunities to lead in MSD Wayne. The MSD Wayne is looking for individuals that possess skills of relationship building and developing rapport with students, in addition to having a   willingness to be involved in the MSD Wayne community.

MSD Wayne SROs will have law enforcement training opportunities;  extra-duty opportunities to earn additional income are available.  The MSD Wayne has competitive medical benefits and PERF retirement options, along with a deferred compensation program.  Tier I ILEA-certification preferred; current reserve officers are welcome to apply.

Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.  Resumes can be sent to brian.clouse@wayne.k12.in.us; an active link to the position can be found here.


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.  Starting pay is $52000.  

Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.


Pokagon Band of Potawatomi Indians

Full time Police Officer
Opening Date: 7/1/2022
Closing Date: Until Filled
CONTACT PERSON: Laura Desilets
TELEPHONE: 269-462-4337
EMAIL: laura.desilets@pokagonband-nsn.gov
WEBSITE: Recruitment (adp.com)
Job Title: TRIBAL POLICE OFFICER
Department: Pokagon Band Tribal Police Department
Reports to: Chief of Police
Level/Status: Non-Exempt PB-7   Full-Time
Hiring Wage: $24.50-$32.36 DOE; $1,500 bonus upon completion of FTO
Position Summary:
Provide for a safe, welcome, and orderly environment for the Pokagon Band of Potawatomi community, defend the sovereignty of the Band and the rights of all the people in its jurisdiction, and assist in improving the quality of life for all Tribal Citizens.
The Pokagon Band Tribal Police Department is a full-service police agency that serves the Pokagon Band Tribal Community in Southwest Michigan as well as Northwest Indiana, including all 4 Four Winds Casino resort locations, and other Tribally-owned lands. Officers are required to maintain MCOLES license, a Special Law Enforcement Commission from the Bureau of Indian Affairs and be cross deputized with Berrien, Cass and Van Buren County Sherriff's Departments in Michigan, as well as with St. Joseph County Indiana.
Essential Functions:
* Patrol assigned area to control/monitor traffic and prevent crime.
* Coordinate the investigation of criminal cases and violations involving hunting and fishes.
* Warn or arrest persons violating the laws and issue tickets to violators.
* Provide police response to calls for service and assistance.
* Apply the appropriate level of direction and control to protect life, property, facilities and maintain public peace and order at public gatherings and events.
* Direct and control traffic around accidents and other disruptions as needed.
* Provide first aide at the scene of accidents, medical assistance calls, domestic violence calls, and as needed in other situations.
* Maintain daily activity report and logs, prepare accident and incident reports, and direct the preparation, handling, and maintenance of departmental records.
* Assume responsibility for proper maintenance of personal equipment and vehicles assigned for patrol.
* Cooperate with court personnel and officials from other law enforcement agencies and testify in court as necessary.
* Represent the department in the community and various events.
Non-Essential Functions:
* Assist other local police agencies with calls.
* Assist area police departments in carrying out their functions.
* Perform other related functions as assigned.
Position Requirements:
* High School Diploma or GED required.
* Associates Degree or equivalent sponsorship required. Degree must be from an accredited institution whose program of study has been recognized by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation or the United States Department of Education; equivalent sponsorship must be from a Police Department.
* Completion of Police Academy training preferred. Must have successfully passed basic recruit training and firearms qualifications.
* Must meet requirements of Michigan Commission on Law Enforcement Standards (MCOLES) or obtain MCOLES Certification within a reasonable amount of time.
* Bureau of Indiana Affairs Special Deputation Training and Certification required or obtain within a reasonable amount of time.
* Ability to rigorous physical examination and background check required.
* Experience working with Native American communities preferred.
* Proficiency with MS Office Applications required.
Indian Preference:
Pokagon Band Preference Code applies.
EMPLOYER BENEFITS AND COMPENSATION
The Pokagon Band offers a competitive base salary and benefits package that includes: Medical, Dental, Vision, Short Term Disability, Life Insurance and MERS Defined Benefit Pension Plan, Paid Time Off (PTO), 15 Paid Holidays per year, and a robust Employee Assistance Program.
VOLUNTARY BENEFITS:
Additional Life Insurances, Long Term Disability and AFLAC


Town of New Carlisle

The New Carlisle Police Department, Indiana is seeking candidates that will provide extraordinary service to the community while protecting life and property. Recognizing the diverse needs of the community, the department provides and encourages a policy of professional and individual excellence, which is enhanced by continuing education and training. Quiet, scenic town with historic shopfronts and homes, population under 2,000, located within excellent New Prairie United School Corporation district. We offer a small town feel with established roots of community support.
Minimum Qualification Requirements:
* Applicant must be a resident citizen of the United States.
* Must be at least 21 years of age.
* Must have a high school diploma or equivalent (G.E.D.).
* Must not have been convicted of a felony pursuant to the policy statement in the application.
* Must not have been dishonorably discharged from the military service.
* Must possess a valid driver’s license at the time of appointment.
* Must successfully complete and pass all parts of the application process.
Salary and Benefits:
* Starting Patrolman $53,908.00
* $2500.00 Sign-On Bonus
* Unprecedented Full Medical Coverage Single $20.00/Month Family $30.00/month. Low Deductible $500.00/Single $1,000.00/Family
* Prescription Drug Program, FSA, Disability, and Life Insurance
* Uniforms and Equipment; Quartermaster System
* PERF Retirement
* Paid Vacation, Holidays, Sick Time, Personal Days
* Take Home Police Vehicle
It is the goal of the New Carlisle Police Department to recruit the most qualified persons, without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin or disability, to serve the residents of New Carlisle as police officers. Hiring requirements are based on job-related criteria, taking into consideration the knowledge, personal attributes, skills, and training required to perform the job tasks, so as to further the principle of equal employment opportunity.
Applications are available on the Town of New Carlisle website:  http://www.townofnewcarlisle.com/employment.php
Applications accepted until the positions are filled.


Elkhart Police Department

The Elkhart Police Department is accepting applications for the position of full-time Police Officer. LATERALS: You will be compensated for your continued years of service with additional vacation days and monthly longevity pay. Applicants must be at least 21 years old and under 40 years old (per pension requirements) at the time of being sworn-in, possess high school diploma/GED, valid driver’s license, and US Citizenship.
* 3rd Class Patrolman $61,000-New officers/non certified
* 2nd Class Patrolman $65,000-Lateral, depending on years of service
* 1st Class Patrolman $72, 000-Lateral, depending on years of service
* $2,000.00 Annual Clothing Allowance
* $1,200.00 (Approx.) Annual Sick Incentive
* 10 Personal Days after 1 year
* 10 Vacation Days after 1 year
* Holiday, Longevity, and Shift Differential Pay
* Special Incentive Pay
* Health, Dental, and Life Insurance
* Public Employee Retirement Fund
* 99% of Pension Contribution Provided by City

Lateral Entry Program IncentiveBonus
Academy Cert & up to 2 yrs. of Experience:   3-Personal Days $3,000
3 yrs. of Experience:   5-Personal Days $5,000
4 or more years of Experience:   10-Personal Days $7,500

For further questions, text JOINEPD to 574-475-8929 and the recruiter will be in contact with you or email Kristin.klimek@elkhartpolice.org
Apply at https://elkhartpolice.org/careers/
APPLICATIONS ACCEPTED UNTIL POSITIONS ARE FILLED


City of Dunkirk Police Department

The City of Dunkirk Police Department is currently accepting Applications for the Position of Police Officer.  Applicants shall be a Citizen of the United States between the ages of twenty-one and less than Forty when hired; not have a judgment of conviction for a Felony or Misdemeanor, including Domestic Battery; have a High School Diploma or G.E.D.; Possess a valid Indiana Driver's License and able to legally carry and possess a Firearm.

The selected Applicant shall be required to successfully complete all components of the Hiring Process, all components of the 1977 Police and Fire Pension requirements; all Indiana Law Enforcement Academy Training and required Dunkirk Police Department Training. All applicants shall be of Good Moral Character and possess an impeccable background.

The 2022 Salary for this Position is $43,680.00 per year.  Benefits include: 1977 Police and Fire Pension, (Lateral Transfers strongly encouraged; Physical Abilities Testing Waived for Tier I Certified Applicants), Medical Insurance, effective ninety days after date of hire, at a Cost of $1.00 per year for Employee only Coverage.  Coverage includes Prescription Medication, Dental and Vision.  Employees are provided with a $20,000.00 Life Insurance Policy and Short Term Disability Insurance.  

Employees receive forty-eight hours of personal time after six months of employment and one hundred twenty hours vacation time after one year employment. All required equipment is provided to the employee with a $1,000.00 per year clothing allowance.

Application Packets may be obtained by visiting the Dunkirk Police Department Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at 130 South Main Street Dunkirk.  Electronic Mail requests for an Application Packet may be directed to:  Dunkirk_PoliceDept_1@Comcast.Net.

Do not telephone the Department to inquire as to the status of Application or Hiring Process.  Applicants will be contacted at the appropriate times throughout the Hiring Process.

Applications accepted until position is filled .


Grant County Sheriff’s Office

The Grant County Sheriff’s Office is currently accepting applications for Full-time & Part-time Correctional Officer openings. The Grant County Government offers a wide array of benefits for all full-time employees including:

  • Starting Pay $18.21 / hourly
  • 12 Hour Shifts
  • Alternating Weekends Off
  • Medical/Vision/Dental Benefits
  • Retirement Benefits Pension & 457 B
  • Sick/ Personal/ & Vacation time
  • Longevity Pay
  • Tuition Free program through qualified Universities (Associate & Bachelors)

    APPLICATION AND SELECTION PROCESS:
    Obtain an application at grantcounty.net . Please return application with the following information: Birth Certificate, Driver’s License, Social Security Card, High School Diploma, College/University Diploma (if applicable), and DD214 (if applicable—Veterans). to the office Grant Sheriff’s Office Attn: Lt. Jones at 214 E 4th St. Marion, IN 46952 or email to gjones@grantcounty.netPosition open until filled.

Gibson County Sheriff's Office

Full-Time Corrections Officer (we’re taking applications with no deadline on this as we have several openings)
Starting pay is $17.03 per hour with a raise at 6 months and again at 1 year.
5 days per week (8 hour shifts) with overtime available as needed.
Job will likely be 2nd shift (3 PM -11 PM), 3rd shift (11 PM - 7 AM), or some mix of the two shifts. Initial training may be completed on any mix of all three shifts.
Duties of this job include, but are not limited to, transporting inmates to/from court or other locations as needed, booking/releasing inmates, passing meal trays, maintaining the safety and security of staff and inmates at all times, answering phones, data entry into computers. Use of standard office equipment (computer, phone, copy machine, etc.) is a must.
Jail staff is also cross-trained to help in the dispatch center as needed.
Gibson County Sheriff's Office is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Full-Time Community Corrections Facility Officer (we currently have no deadline on this, but just one position is available)
Starting pay is $17.51 per hour
Department: Community Corrections
Reports To: Director

Position Summary:
Under limited supervision, responsible for the safety, security and supervision of the inmates that go through the Community Corrections program.

Duties/Responsibilities:
The following duties are normal for this position. These are not to be construed as exclusive or all-inclusive. Other duties may be required and assigned.

  • Maintains constant security of inmates; maintains safe and secure environment for work release clients.
  • Model appropriate behaviors and attitudes to assist offenders to develop skills and work practices.
  • Composes notes to document direct contact with clients, family members, other relevant persons, and other case activities, entering information into case management and updating individual files for each client as required.
  • Makes and/or responds to a variety of telephone calls concerning clients, including receiving complaints, providing and requesting information.
  • Administers and documents drug and alcohol test according to departmental guidelines.
  • Immediately advises supervising Executive Director of emergency situations and completes all required documentation as appropriate for each emergency.
  • Prepares and maintains various daily and weekly reports and documents.
  • Responsible for the bank deposit of any fees collected.
  • Photographs inmates upon sign up.
  • Testifies in legal proceedings/court as necessary.
  • Performs related duties as assigned.

Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

  • Ability to communicate effectively with inmates, coworkers, Executive Director, consultants, law enforcement personnel, attorneys, other County and State personnel and the general public verbally and in writing.
  • Knowledge of and ability to execute evidence based practices.
  • Ability to operate law enforcement equipment including handcuffs, cameras, radios, etc.
  • Ability to operate a variety of office machines and a computer using word processing and related software.
  • Ability to operate a motor vehicle and required to maintain a valid Indiana Driver’s License.
  • Ability to use independent judgement in highly unstable and/or risky situations.
  • Ability to lift and carry potentially heavy objects up to 70 pounds.

Necessary Training and Experience

  • High school graduate
  • Evidence based practices training
  • Required to submit to and pass drug and/or alcohol testing

In evaluating candidates for this position, Community Corrections may consider a combination of education, training and experience which provides the necessary knowledge, skills and abilities to perform the essential job functions.  http://www.gibsoncountysheriff.com/index.php?page=27


Elkhart County Sheriff’s Office

The Elkhart County Sheriff’s Office would like to post a job opening for a Corrections Training Sergeant.   Online application and information regarding the vacancy can be found here:  Corrections Training Sergeant - Frontline Recruitment (applitrack.com)
JOB SUMMARY:  
Responsible for developing, scheduling and implementing job related training for all agency and corrections employees.
HIRING RANGE: $25.50-$26.15/hr.  Additional considered based on years of services, training and education
HOURS & DAYS OF WORK: 80-84 hours per pay period
BENEFITS: Full benefits offered including free health & wellness clinic
JOB REQUIREMENTS:
* HS Diploma or GED – Associated degree or 60 credit hours of continuing education preferred
* Valid driver's license
* Complete training in basic law enforcement courses
* Completion of Jail School as required by law
* Hepatitis B Vaccine Eligible
* Previous job related experience preferred
* Pre-employment background check and polygraph
APPLICATIONS ACCEPTED UNTIL FILLED


University of Indianapolis Police Department

The University of Indianapolis Police Department is now accepting applications for four full-time Police Officers. For more information, a job description, and the link to apply on our website go to hrjobs.uindy.edu. Review of applications will begin immediately. Completed applications will only be accepted electronically via our website. This posting will remain open until the positions are filled.