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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 keyword: ILEA.


Rensselaer Police Department

The Rensselaer Police Department is hiring for the position of Patrolman. Applications can be downloaded at www.cityofrensselaerin.com and must be received by the police department by 3:00pm (CDT) Tuesday, October 25, 2022 . Completed applications can either be delivered to the Police Department at 201 S. Cullen Street, Rensselaer, IN or mailed to PO Box 280 Rensselaer, IN 47978.

  • Annual starting pay of $65,456.82 for ILEA certified officers with two years minimum experience that would start as 1St Class Patrolman
  • 2nd class Patrolman (Academy graduate and Field Training completion) annual pay $64,581.66
  • 3rd class Patrolman starting annual pay $61,356.10
  • Health insurance coverage for an individual offered at $1 a year (coverage offered for spouse, children and family at higher rates)
  • The City of Rensselaer pays $110/mo. towards Dental, Vision, Aflac and other insurance plans
  • Yearly Health Savings Account contributions (2023 amount will be $1800)
  • 12 hour shifts with 3 day weekends off every other weekend (subject to manpower availability)
  • Member of the 1977 Police Officers’ & Firefighters’ Retirement Fund (visit https://www.in.gov/inprs/policeandfirefighters.htm for details)
  • $1200 yearly clothing allowance after 1st year
  • 3, 6, 10, 15 and 20 year longevity pay increases
  • Take home squad cars (restrictions apply)
  • 2 weeks vacations after one year, up to 5 weeks at 25 years
  • 14 holidays, 8 sick days and 4 personal days a year
  • Overtime opportunities including OWI patrols and Operation Pullover

Benton County Sheriff's Department

The Benton County Sheriff's Department is accepting Applications for Full-Time Sheriff's Deputy (Merit).

Education - High School Diploma or equivalent required.  Applicants must meet the following :

  • Be a United States Citizen.
  • Be at least 21 years old.
  • Possess a valid driver's license to operate an automobile.
  • No felony convictions, domestic violence convictions, or a dishonorable military discharge.
  • Be able to successfully complete the Indiana Law Enforcement Academy.

The Indiana Law Enforcement Academy began using new physical fitness assessment standards. As part of the application process, a Physical Fitness Assessment will be conducted.

Duties include (but not limited to): Work 12 hr. shifts, regularly conduct patrol of county roads and other designated areas, maintain high visibility and ensure security of residences and businesses. Investigate and report suspicious or unlawful activities, and perform necessary actions to enforce laws. Serve various legal documents, including summons, court orders to appear, notice of hearings, return documents to appropriate officials/courts. Periodically testify in court as required. Pursue, apprehend, search and arrest suspects.

Each officer shall maintain a professional appearance and provide service to the citizens of Benton County. Starting salary after January 1st 2023 will be $50k.

Applications can be obtained at 105 S. Lincoln Ave. Fowler, Indiana 47944 or by calling 765-884-0080 and requesting an emailed copy. Applications can be requested by email at d.munsonbcsd@gmail.com. Deadline for application submission is October 24, 2022 by 4 p.m.


Burns Harbor Police Department

The Burns Harbor Police Department is currently accepting applications from ILEA Tier I Certified Officers to fill a vacant full-time Deputy Marshal position.  Applications can be obtained in person from the Burns Harbor Police Department, or upon request by emailing Clerk Michelle Watkins at PoliceClerk@BurnsHarbor-IN.gov.  Applications must be submitted no later than 2 p.m. on Friday, October 28, 2022.

For any questions, please contact our department at 219-787-9412.

Benefits include:

  • Deputy Marshal Salary-$53,164 (Upon completion of probationary period)
  • Longevity rates based on years of service
  • Uniform allowance $1500
  • Take home patrol vehicle (within Porter County)
  • 10 paid holidays
  • 12-hour shift
  • Alternating weekends off
  • Paid vacation after one year, increases with time
  • 40 hours of sick time
  • Health, dental, vision, life insurance benefits
  • INPRS retirement (Civilian PERF)

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.  College graduates and veterans are encouraged to apply.
Currently officers, after successful completion of their 2nd year of service, earn $67,989.

The following benefits are also included for each officer:

  • Up to 6 weeks of vacation (After 17 years of service
  • $2000 per year in clothing allowance ($500 quarterly)
  • 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 December 9, 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.


Seymour Police Department

The Seymour Police Department is currently accepting applications for a career in Law Enforcement.

The Seymour Police Department is seeking professional individuals who will support, protect, defend, and obey the Constitutions and Laws of the United States of America, the State of Indiana, and the Regulations of the Seymour Police Department.

The City of Seymour is located along I65 between Indianapolis and Louisville and is considered the "Crossroads of America" as the two major railroads intersect in downtown Seymour. Seymour Indiana has an approximate population of 20,000. However, the City of Seymour has several large industrial parks, who employ many, that commute daily to the Seymour area.

Applicants must be able to pass a physical agility test (ILEA Exit Standards) and written exam prior to being considered eligible for employment. The physical agility test will be conducted at 8:00AM on the morning of Saturday January 21, 2023, at Trinity Lutheran High School, 7120 N County Road 875 E, Seymour, IN 47274. The written exam will be conducted after the physical agility test on Saturday January 21, 2023. Additional information will be given to applicants who pass the physical agility test. There will be no make-up days available. The Seymour Police Department is an equal opportunity employer looking for highly qualified individuals willing to protect and serve their community. Applications can be obtained at the Seymour Police Department or online at www.seymourpd.com Deadline to turn in applications is Wednesday January 18, 2023.  Applications can also be emailed to Sgt. Michael Cooper at mecooper@seymour.in.gov .

Benefits:

  • 2022 Starting salary of $56,869 (with 1% per year longevity)
  • Top salary of $68,242 (with 20-year longevity)
  • $2,000 annual uniform allowance
  • $1,000 health incentive if you pass annual physical agility test
  • $3,000 annual night shift incentive
  • $150 annual instructor pay for LETB Certified Instructors
  • $360 annual for Breath Test Certified
  • Retirement pension through 1977 Police and Fire
  • Vacation, Holidays, Personal time, and Comp time
  • Bereavement Leave
  • Take home patrol car (must live within 20 miles of the city)
  • Short term and long-term disability
  • Health, Dental, Vision insurance

Requirements:

  • High School graduate or equivalent – G.E.D.
  • Must graduate or have graduated from the Indiana Law Enforcement Academy.
  • Ability to make critical decisions under adverse or emergency conditions.
  • Ability to obtain an Indiana Driver’s License and develop an above average driving ability.
  • Ability to physically defend oneself.
  • Ability to administer first aid.
  • Require detailed knowledge of Department Goals and Procedures.
  • May require the ability to analyze complex problems and design recommended sets of acceptable alternative solutions.
  • Ability to perform chemical tests and operate specialized and or technical equipment such as radar, photographic equipment, audio/video recording devices.
  • Knowledge of substantive criminal law, criminal procedural law and criminal rules of evidence and traffic laws.
  • Broad knowledge of methods and procedures of conducting criminal investigations.
  • Ability to qualify in the use of various types of firearms and other types of weapons that may be used in the performance of duty.
  • Work varies day-to-day involving many unique situations.
  • Ability to use police communications equipment in a professional and appropriate manner.

Ripley County Sheriff Office

The Ripley County Sheriff Office is currently accepting applications for the position of Deputy Sheriff.

During the hiring process applicants will be required to subject themselves to various forms of background checks including a polygraph examination, credit check, drug screening, physical fitness testing, written aptitude testing, interview process, psychological evaluation & other testing that may be deemed appropriate.

Applications can be picked up at the Ripley County Sheriff Office Monday-Friday 8-4 or you can download online from https://www.ripleycounty.in.gov/sheriff/.  Resumes will be accepted only if accompanied by an application. Applications will be accepted through October 14, 2022.

Minimum Applicant Standards

  • Must be a resident citizen of the United States
  • Must be a permanent resident of Ripley County or a county adjacent to Ripley County
  • Must be 21 years old to apply
  • Must have a high school diploma or GED certificate
  • Cannot have a felony conviction
  • Cannot have a misdemeanor conviction involving domestic violence
  • Must possess a valid driver’s license
  • Must agree to pass a background investigation
  • If discharged from the military service must possess an honorable discharge
  • Must pass a mandatory drug screening
  • Demonstrate honesty & integrity, by successfully completing pre-employment polygraph testing
  • Failure of any component will result in immediate dismissal from the selection process

*Agility test consists of:

  • Vertical Jump (13.5”)
  • One minute sit ups (24)
  • Push up (21)
  • 300 Meter (82)
  • 1.5 Mile (18:56)

Starting salary $45,074


Town of Monrovia

The Monrovia Police Department, Indiana is seeking a full-time Town Marshal.  Monrovia is a quiet, rural, and quickly growing town with a population under 2,000 located within 20 minutes of the Indianapolis Airport, the Plainfield shopping district, and our County seat of Martinsville.

Minimum Qualification Requirements:

* Applicant must possess ILEA certification
* 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.
* 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:

* $42,000 annual salary
* Bi-Weekly Health Coverage Stipend
* Uniforms and Equipment
* Paid Vacation & Holidays
* Take Home Police Vehicle
It is the goal of the Monrovia Police Department to recruit the most qualified persons, without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, or disability, to serve the residents of Monrovia. Hiring requirements are based on job-related criteria, taking into consideration the knowledge, personal attributes, skills, and training required to perform the job tasks, to further the principle of equal employment opportunity. Applications are available on the Town website:  https://monrovia.in.gov/monrovia-police-department-employment-application/ or may be obtained in person at the Monrovia Town Hall, 140 E. Main Street, Monrovia, IN Monday – Friday, 8:00 am – 4:00 pm.  Completed applications may be submitted on-line, delivered in person to the Town Hall staff, or downloaded and emailed to treasurer@monrovia.in.gov

Applications accepted until the position is filled .


McCordsville Police Department

The McCordsville Police Department is now accepting pre-applications for the position of full-time Police Officer. Applicants must be 21 to 39 years old prior to date of hire. See pre-application for full list of minimum requirements. Pre-applications can be found HERE. Pre-applications may be submitted via email to Sgt. Jessica Barnes at jbarnes@mccordsville.org or in person to the McCordsville Police Department.

Deadline to turn in pre-applications is Friday, November 4, 2022 at 3:00pm. Physical Agility Testing will be Saturday, November 5th, 2022 at 8:00am. Refer to https://www.in.gov/ilea/physical-fitness-standards/ for the exit standards and protocols. For questions, contact 317-335-2812 during normal business hours.

Over the past several years, the Town of McCordsville has consistently been among the fastest growing communities in the state. The new town center is scheduled to break ground in October of 2022. The police department is currently conducting a feasibility study to determine the size and needs of a new police department to be built within the next few years.

Come join an active, progressive, and fast growing department with excellent people and benefits!


Munster Police Department

The Munster Police Department is initiating an Emergency Hire Process to fill current vacancies. Lateral transfers, up to and including 1st Class Officers, are available. Qualified candidates must be certified graduates from a state ­accredited police academy, or currently enrolled.
Applicants must be at least 21 years of age by hire date and less than 40 years of age by appointment date, unless they are currently approved and enrolled in Indiana PERF.
Generous compensation package to include paid vacation, sick and injury leave, eleven (11) paid holidays annually, clothing and vehicle allowances, medical,
dental, eye and life insurance options available and longevity pay after five (5) years of service. Opportunities for overtime, and off duty details are paid at a rate of $45.00 per hour. Specialty areas include Northwest Regional SWAT, Task Force, District 1 Law Enforcement Strike Team, School Resource Officers, Tactical Patrol, Field Training Officers, K-9 Unit, Detectives, Evidence Technicians, Bike Patrol and Drone Operators.
Any qualified officer interested may pick up an application packet at the Munster Police Department. Applications are available Mondays and Tuesdays, from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Wednesdays thru Fridays, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Deadline for applications is 4 p.m., Friday, October 21, 2022.
Any questions, please contact Nancy Nadratowski, Administrative Assistant to the Chief of Police, at 219-836-6654 or nnadratowski@munster.org.


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


Hendricks County Sheriff’s Office

The Hendricks County Sheriff’s Office is currently accepting applications for full time Jail Deputy openings.  Hendricks County Government offers a wide array of benefits for all full-time employees including:
12 Hour Shifts
Alternating Weekends Off Shift
Medical/Vision/Dental Benefits
Retirement Benefits
Paid Time Off (PTO)
Paid Holidays
Starting Pay $21.73 / hourly
APPLICATION AND SELECTION PROCESS
The Hendricks County Sheriff’s Office only accepts employment applications through Policeapp.com.  
https://www.policeapp.com/Indiana-Police-Jobs/ .  There is no application fee to apply.  
After the close of applications, a written test will be administered through EMPCO.  There is a fee to take the EMPCO CORRECTIONS exam, but the results may be accepted by all participating Sheriff’s Offices in Indiana.  
Applications must be received by midnight on October 14, 2022.  
NO PAPER APPLICATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED AT THE HENDRICKS COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE OR THE HENDRICKS COUNTY HUMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENT.
Hendricks County Government is an Equal Opportunity Employer


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.


Columbus Regional Hospital Police Department

Columbus Regional Hospital Police Department is now taking applications for Hospital Police Officer at Columbus, IN.
We will take applications starting immediately until October 30, 2022
What you need to know about this position:
* As a newly established Hospital Police Department we are a very progressive and active department. We are seeking candidates that have the desire and ability to model the 5 elements of our Hospital Police Mission Statement: Compassion, Respect, Honor, Professionalism and Dedication.
* “The mission of the Columbus Regional Hospital Police Department is to maintain a Safe and Civil Environment for our patients, visitors and workforce in support of creating a healing environment. We will remain committed to showing Compassion for patients, Respect for each other, while serving with Honor, Professionalism and Dedication to those that we serve”.
* In October of 2019 The Columbus Regional Health (CRH) Protective Services Department was designated a “Program of Distinction” by the International Association for Healthcare Security and Safety (IAHSS). CRH is one of 44 organizations that have earned the honor in the United States and Canada, and one of only two programs of distinction in the state of Indiana.
* The Hospital Police Officer position has a minimum base hourly rate of $19.85, pay commensurate with experience.
* This position will require you to work 6:00PM – 6:00AM; 40 weekly hours. Weekend rotation and holiday is work as scheduled.
What is required for this position:
Education and/or Experience
* High school diploma or GED equivalent
* Law Enforcement experience preferred
Certificates, Licenses, Registrations
* Valid driver’s license required, and must meet the hospital's liability insurance carrier requirements.
* Indiana Law Enforcement Academy Tier I or Tier II Police Certification within one year of hire required.
* Completion of Certified Basic Healthcare Security Officer (CBHSO) within one year of hire required.
* Taser Certification within one year of hire required.
* Basic Life Support (BLS) certification required.
To complete an online application please follow this link:  https://pm.healthcaresource.com/cs/columbus/#/job/4947


Zionsville Police Department

The Zionsville Police Department is now accepting applications for the position of Patrol Officer.
The Zionsville Police Department provides police service for a total of 30,000 urban and rural residents over 67 square miles with an authorized force of 38 full-time, sworn officers. The Town of Zionsville is home to an excellent school system, flourishing small business footprint, and a robust trail and parks system, making it a great place to live and work.
Benefits of working for the Zionsville Police Department include:
2022 Salary Band - $66,978 - $75,656
Fully Funded 20-Year PERF77 Retirement Plan
Clothing Allowance
Take-Home Vehicle
5 Weeks Paid Vacation in Year 1
All Equipment Provided
Training and Advancement Opportunities
Specialty Units
...and more!
For more information, visit https://www.zionsville-in.gov/555/Recruiting.  
Applications can be completed: https://workforcenow.adp.com/mascsr/default/mdf/recruitment/recruitment.html?cid=16cb7e6f-a007-4345-bd45-379ae9ba2b99&ccId=19000101_000001&jobId=438865&lang=en_US&source=EN
The Zionsville Police Department is an equal opportunity employer.
Applications will close November 6, 2022 at 11:59 pm EST.
Additional questions can be directed to Captain Drake Sterling at dsterling@zionsville-in.gov.


White County Sheriff’s Office

The White County Sheriff’s Office is now accepting pre employment applications for the position of merit Deputy.
Those interested should complete the one-page the pre employment application and return it to the White County Sheriff's Office no later than 4:00 pm., local time, November 4, 2022.
The pre employment application form can be located on our website. Please visit wcsheriff-in.us to find our pre employment application.
The pre employment application can be returned via U.S. Mail, (c/o Chief Deputy David Roth, 915 West Hanawalt Street, Monticello, IN, 47960), in person; (during normal business hours, 8a-4p Monday thru Friday excluding holidays) or via email to david.roth@whitecounty.in.gov.
Physical  agility and written tests will be conducted on Saturday, December 3rd, 2022. Interested persons will be notified of the time and location of testing by email. Participants who pass the physical agility test will proceed to the written test phase. Participants passing agility and written tests will be required to complete a full employment application and pass the in-depth background investigation.
The White County Sheriff’s Office uses the Indiana Law Enforcement Academy’s “exit standards” as the passing criteria to advance to our written examination. For information on preparing for the agility test and exit standards go to https://www.in.gov/ilea/2338.htm where you will find information needed to successfully pass the agility testing.
You must have a valid email address as all notifications will be made by email. Do not call the Sheriff’s Office to inquire about the process, we will notify you. All information concerning the agility testing can be found on the Indiana Law Enforcement Academy website.
Certified Officers can contact Chief Deputy Roth to speak about an exemption or a waiver to the next phase of our hiring process.


Ivy Tech - South Bend/Elkhart

Public Safety/Emergency Prep Lead

We are looking for candidates who have the desire and ability to create a welcoming work environment that positively engages and impacts our diverse workforce and student population. We are a single campus with two locations, and classes and laboratories can be offered on either campus, in a variety of schedules.

Rewarding Work! Great Benefits! Our Communities – Your College!  IVY TECH!

The Lead is responsible directly to the Executive Director of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness (PSEP) in providing day-to-day supervision, oversight, and leadership for public safety and emergency preparedness for the campus. The Lead works collaboratively with the Chancellor, the Executive Director of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness, the Director of Emergency Management and Continuity, the Director of Public Safety Regulatory Compliance, and other key campus stakeholders.

Hiring Range:  $42,000 - $52,000

For more information and to apply go HERE!  
Applications close:


Pendleton Police Department

The Pendleton Police Department is now accepting applications for the position of Police Officer.  Tier One ILEA Certified Police Officers are encouraged to apply.  The hiring process will consist of the application, background check, physical/written testing, and interview.  Lateral applicants may not be required to complete physical/written testing.

Applications can be obtained at the Pendleton Police Department or online HERE.  The deadline to submit an application by mail, email, or personal delivery is October 17, 2022 at noon.

Any questions can be directed to Captain Lucas Traylor at ltraylor@pendletonpd.org.

Benefits:

  • 2023 Salary-$60,000.
  • Take home vehicle program with off duty use in Madison County.
  • Indiana PERF retirement.
  • Facial hair/tattoos permitted.
  • Available Health Savings Account with matching contributions.
  • Available heath, vision, and dental insurance.
  • 12 hour shifts.
  • Overtime opportunities.
  • Off duty employment.
  • Comp time.
  • Sick/Personal time.
  • Vacation time (max 5 weeks).
  • Longevity pay.
  • Specialty pay.
  • 13 paid holidays.
  • Cell phone provided.
  • Uniforms/equipment provided.

Requirements:

  • 21 years of age or older.
  • Valid Indiana Driver’s License.
  • No convictions for a felony or misdemeanor.
  • Meet all ILEA requirements.
  • High School diploma or equivalent.

Indianapolis Airport Police Department

Lateral / Certified Officers – The Indianapolis Airport Police Department, operating under the Indianapolis Airport Authority Board, is accepting applications for multiple Lateral-Entry positions.  Lateral applicants are officers who have completed an Indiana “Tier I” Academy, or an equivalent out-of-state, POST-Certified Academy.

We offer the following:

  • Lateral-entry officers $62,000 with 3 years’ experience
  • Specialty Pay for Instructor, FTO, K-9 handler, and EMT
  • 6 day on / 3 day off shifts with rotating days off
    • 0600-1430, 1400-2230, and 2200-0630
  • Shift Differential for 2nd and 3rd shifts
  • Excellent Medical, Dental, Vision Plans available
  • IAA-provided Life Insurance with option to purchase additional
  • Annually “Pre-funded” Health Savings Account (HSA)
  • Paid Vacation begins accumulating from start date
  • 10 Paid Holidays
  • 24 hours Annual Personal Time
  • Paid Sick-Time
  • Accumulated Time (Comp Time) optional in lieu of Overtime Pay
  • 16 Hours Annual Paid Community Outreach (Community Service Projects)
  • Tuition Reimbursement
  • In-Service Training Opportunities
  • 457(b) Public Safety Retirement Plan (employee contribution of 5%, employer match of 9% = 14% into retirement)

Minimum Requirements:

  • Must be a U.S. citizen and be at least 21 years old at time of hire
  • Shall be a high school graduate or possess a GED certificate
  • Graduation from the Indiana Law Enforcement Academy or a reciprocal institution. (Tier 1 Certification)
  • Shall possess a valid Indiana driver’s license (or obtain one within 60 days of becoming an Indiana resident)
  • Shall have no felony convictions and have not been convicted of a misdemeanor crime of domestic violence prohibiting the possession and carry of a firearm
  • Shall not have been dishonorably discharged from the military
  • Uncorrected vision of 20/100 or better and corrected vision of 20/40 or better
  • Must reside in Marion County or any of the seven adjacent counties.
  • Be able to pass the Background Investigation and the Security Threat Assessment.

Apply at: https://www.ind.com/work-with-us
Closing date for this position is December 31, 2022.


Rockville Police Department

The Rockville Police Department is now accepting applications for the position a Full-Time Probationary PATROLMAN and Reserve PATROLMAN
Minimum Qualification Requirements:

* Applicant must be a resident citizen of the United States.
* Must be at least 21 years of age, and under the age of 40 or be a veteran who has at least 20 years of armed forces service with a maximum age of 40 years and 6 months
* 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 or have misdemeanor convictions for domestic battery, stalking, or violations of any protective order.
* Must not have been dishonorably discharged from the military service.
* Must possess a valid Indiana driver’s license at the time of appointment.
* Must successfully complete and pass all parts of the application process.
Tentative starting pay for a Probationary Patrolman $35,000 with opportunities for salary advancement based off job performance and yearly evaluations.

Lateral Applicant Information – two years or more law enforcement experience and currently certified as a law enforcement officer. The applicant must still complete all phases of the application process. If offered a position, applicants would earn a salary equivalent to currently employed staff.

*The Rockville Police Department offers a take home vehicle program for those residing in Parke County. Benefits also include health, dental and vision insurance. Patrol Officers work 12-hour shifts and are eligible to earn vacation, sick, holiday and comp days off.     
Applications can be picked up at the Rockville Police Department, 416 South Jefferson Street, Rockville, IN 47872.
* Applications can also be requested by direct message through the Rockville Police Department Facebook Page, by calling 765-569-3431 or through email request at rockvillepolicedept@gmail.com.
* There is currently no deadline for application submission as this is an open announcement. Applicants will be notified of testing dates, times and locations.
Deliver to Rockville Police Department in person, by email to rockvillepolicedept@gmail.com or mail to:

Rockville Police Department
416 S. Jefferson Street
Rockville, IN 47872


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 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 October 9, 2022.
Physical Assessment is scheduled for Sunday, October 16, 2022 at 1230pm.  The written exam will be administered immediately following the physical assessment on Sunday, October 16, 2022.
Follow the link below for additional information and application:
Non-Certified Officers:  https://bsu.peopleadmin.com/postings/33560


Delphi Police Department

The Delphi Police Department is now accepting applications to fill an expected vacancy for Patrolman.
All applicants must be at least 21 years of age and not older than 40 years of age at the time appointment.
Applicant must possess a high school diploma or GED equivalent, a valid driver’s license, must have no felony convictions or misdemeanor convictions for domestic violence, and must be a United Sates Citizen. ILEA Tier 1 certified applicants are preferred.
Applicants shall be subject to written and physical ability testing, thorough background, polygraph, and psychological testing.
2023 starting pay for Probationary Patrolman starts at $54,949.44 ($25.16/hr) with a raise after completing probationary period of one (1) year. After completion of the probationary period, next phase is Patrolman status, with a pay rage of $54,949.44-$56,172.48.  Upon completion of Patrolman phase, applicant would move to Patrolman First Class with a pay range of $58,334.64-$60,758.88. ILEA Tier 1 certified officers would move to Patrolman First Class after the completion of their probationary phase.
The Delphi Police Department offers the following benefits:
1. 64 hours of paid time off (PTO).
2. Longevity pay after five (5) years of employment
3. Vacation time
4. Instructor/specialty pay
5. Health, dental, vision insurance with a city contributed HSA (health savings account).
6. INPRS (PERF) 1977 police and fire pension.
7. Yearly clothing allowance
Please locate the pre-application on the city’s webpage, at cityofdelphi.org and once completed please email to Sgt. Colin Deckard at 132@cityofdelphi.org or if necessary mail them to the Delphi Police Department at 201 S. Union Street, Delphi Indiana 46923.
These pre-applications will be due no later than October 14, 2022 at 5:00PM. Any questions can be submitted to Sgt. Deckard as well at the same email.


Putnam County 911

Putnam County 911 has an open position for a full-time 911 Dispatcher.  Job begins December 26, 2022, though arrangements can be made for preliminary part time training.  
All training provided.  Pay after probation is about $20.39/hour.   Benefits provided.  
High School Diploma/GED required.  Must be resident of Putnam County or county next to Putnam.  
Application deadline is October 28, 2022.  Applications available on line at https://co.putnam.in.us/911-home/dispatcher-application/ (then click on the Application link to download).  
Questions call 765-653-5115 x100 or dcostin@putnamcounty911.org.
APPLICANT MUST:
* Have a high school diploma or have GED equivalent.
* Complete and submit an application.  Applications may be mailed, emailed, faxed or delivered to the above address.
* Be 18 years of age.
* Not have a conviction of a Class A Misdemeanor or above.
* Pass job required schooling (partial list includes:  CPR certification, Emergency Medical Dispatch certification, FBI NCIC operator course, etc.)  All training is paid by your employer once you are hired.
* Pass interview and background check process.
* Be a Putnam County resident or a resident of a county that adjoints Putnam
* Pass Drug Screen
* Be willing to work flexible hours
* Once hired, the dispatcher will be required to pass periodic drug and alcohol screening as well as periodic performance reviews.
HOURS:
* Work schedule is flexible and variable.  This is a 24x7 operation including holidays.  Over time maybe required and is paid at the 1.5 rate.  The basic work week is a 40-hour week (can be 8 or 10 hour days).
* Training will mostly be on the job (OJT) and will require employer provided and paid for certified training.  Initial hires are on probationary pay for six months (about $19.91 per hour).  Once probationary period is passed (by performance evaluation), current full base salary is $1,631.46 every two weeks (or about $20.39 per hour).
* The position open at this hire is what we call the “float shift”, which means your shift can change from month to month.  The float shift fills vacation and other vacancies created by full time employees with more seniority.  Shifts are generally assigned by seniority and, as a general practice, are somewhat fixed.
BENEFITS:
* Full time employees earn vacation, sick leave and personal time.  Employees can also bank holiday time.  Hours here are generally flexible.
* There is a retirement package.
* There is medical and life insurance provided by your employer.
* For further details on these please call/email the contact above.
Putnam County 911
1600 W Co Rd 225 S
Greencastle IN 46135
Fax/765-653-5117
email/dcostin@putnamcounty911.org


Westfield Police Department

Westfield Police Department is initiating a hiring process for Lateral Patrol Officers.
Lateral Entry applicants are officers who have completed an Indiana Tier I academy, or an equivalent out of state POST certified academy, and qualify for the 1977 Indiana Police and Fire Perf Retirement Fund.
Starting lateral pay:
< 1 year full-time service: $65,261
1-3 years full-time service: $69,788
4+ years full-time service: $71,880
Additional benefits:
Lateral vacation hours
Night shift differential: $2184
Fitness incentive pay: $1000
On and off-duty workout time
Instructor, FTO, and/or specialty pay
College tuition payments: up to $5000 yr
Take home vehicle
Cell phone
Beards and tattoos allowed
We will be accepting applications until October 24, 2022.
Document Center / Recruiting / Westfield, Indiana
Please send all resumes and applications to: wpdjobs@westfield.in.gov or they may be dropped off at the Public Safety Building located at 17535 Dartown Rd., Westfield, IN 46074.
For any specific questions about the hiring process, the agency, and/or the city, please contact: wpdrecruiting@westfield.in.gov


Indiana University Police Department

Indiana University Police Department – Southeast Campus in New Albany, Indiana is accepting applications for a Patrol Officer position.  
Indiana University’s Law Enforcement Officer is a position for the fully empowered police officer. This position performs law enforcement work to ensure a safe, secure and service oriented environment.
The Law Enforcement Officer requires candidates to serve at least a one-year probationary period and successfully complete an on-the-job Field Training Officer program.
Please visit jobs.iu.edu to apply for posting number 302816. Deadline for accepting applications is October 15, 2022.


Highland Police Department

The Town Highland (IN) 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 September 20, 2022
through 8:00am on October 6, 2022 for the purpose of establishing an eligibility list.
Starting Salary with no experience: $56,094 ($60,583 in 2023)
First class Patrol Officer Salary: $67,922 ($73,357 in 2023)
Population: 23,984
Total Sworn Officers: 43
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
All Non-Certified applicants must meet the following minimum requirements:
a. You may submit an application while still 20 years old but by your hiring date, you must be at least
21 years of age, but have not yet turned 40 years of age, per Indiana State PERF standards. If you are a
veteran with 20 years of armed forces service, your maximum age allowed is 40 years and 6 months.
b. Be a United States Citizen
c. Be a high school graduate or have a G.E.D. equivalency.
d. Be of good reputation and character.
e. Non-Certified persons must be able to pass an agility test (Indiana Law Enforcement Academy
requirements), written test, polygraph, background investigation, medical examination, and
psychological examination.
f. Have a valid driver’s license.
g. Meet residency requirements within six months of employment.
Benefits:
Take home car program for those officers living within the Town of Highland.
Medical, dental and life insurance
Longevity pay / Clothing allowance
Holidays/Personal days/Vacation days
Newer police department facility with furnished gym
Updated facial hair and tattoo policies
4/2 work schedule – 8.5 hour shifts
Abundance of overtime / part-time jobs available
Specialties:
Northwest Regional SWAT
Task Force Opportunities
Bicycle / ATV Patrol
Evidence Technicians
School Resource Officers
Drone Operators
Field Training Officers
K-9 Unit
Detectives
In an effort to hire Certified Police Officers through the Highland Police
Department’s Lateral Entry Program, police officers already in the Indiana
Public Employment Retirement Fund for Police Officers (PERF) or in other
state public pension systems have the opportunity to obtain accelerated
employment benefits recognizing their “on the job” experience levels as part
of our Lateral Entry Program. This program recognizes time spent as full-time
certified police officers but does not recognize part-time or reserve duty
experience.
3.20.01 All Service of previous municipal, county, or state employment of
one or more years, will be treated as continuous service after completing
one(1) full consecutive year of service with the Town of Highland for all
purposes where length of service affects a group employment benefit, with
the exception of INPRS pensions, which is governed by state law. This
will be effective for all full-time hires that occur after October 31, 2020.
(Amended by Ordinance 1721 10.26.2020).
For questions, contact Commander John Banasiak via email at jbanasiak@highland.in.gov or 219-838-
3184 x 3304
.


Speedway Police Department

Lateral (Only) Hiring Process
$70,381 starting pay with 2 years of experience
 12-hour shift schedule beginning January 1st, 2023
 10 days of vacation (Prorated). 15 days Jan 1st, 2023
 12 PTO Days & 12 Floating Holidays (Prorated)
 Residency and take-home vehicle allowed in Marion, Hendricks, Boone, Hamilton, Hancock, Shelby, Johnson, or Morgan Counties  
 1977 Police PERF Pension
 $1200 clothing allowance
 Up to $800/year College Incentive
 Specialty division stipends up to $2000/year
 Shift differential pay for officers working certain shifts
 All equipment and initial uniforms provided
Pre-applications can be completed at the link below and are due October 15, 2022
https://tinyurl.com/SPD-Pre-Application-Form
For additional questions e-mail spdrecruiting@speedwayin.gov
* Lateral Entry applicants are officers who have completed the ILEA TIER 1 training and qualify for the 1977 Indiana Police and Fire Perf Retirement Fund.

Reserve Police Officer Hiring Process
Reserve Police Officers are non-compensated sworn officers who generally assist full-time police officers in the day-to-day delivery of services to the Town of Speedway.
* Reserve Officers are issued the same uniform and equipment as full-time police officers (Take-home vehicles excluded).
* Worker’s compensation and liability coverage provided.
* Reserve Officers receive the same annual training as full-time police officers and may request to attend additional training opportunities outside the department.
* Reserve Officers are required to work 24 hours per month. Additional hours are requested during major racing events.
* Paid court time
* Previous ILEA Tier 1 or Tier 2 graduate, or other form of police academy is a plus, but not required.
Pre-applications are due November 1, 2022
For additional questions or to request a pre-application please
e-mail spdrecruiting@speedwayin.gov


North Vernon Police Department

The North Vernon Police Department is currently seeking passionate, dedicated, and eager individuals whom are looking for a career in law enforcement.  
The North Vernon Police Department is currently accepting employment interest forms for full-time patrol officer including lateral transfer officers.  
Employment interest forms can be accessed by logging onto www.northvernon-in.gov, click on government, click departments, select “police”, click on Becoming a Police Officer (left side of page).
Employment interest forms will be accepted from September 19, 2022 thru October 30, 2022 at 5:00 p.m.
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.
Benefits include:
1. Probation officer salary, $45,240.00.  Lateral transfers can receive up to ten (10) years credit on pay matrix for law enforcement experience.
2. 1977 Pension fund (74% city paid)
4. $1,350.00 clothing allowance
5. $600.00 cell phone per-diem
6. Take home vehicle
7. 90% city paid - Health, vision, and dental insurance.
8. Relocation Stipends
9. Education incentive
10. Specialty pay incentives
11. Instructor pay
12. Overtime opportunities
13. Paid workout time
14. Rank pay
15. Employee’s receive vacation, holiday (14), 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 tbeam@nvpd.org or 812-346-1466.


Ossian Police Department

Job Information Location: Ossian, Indiana, United States Position Title: Police Chief Minimum Education: High School Diploma or Equivalent Minimum Experience: 10 years full-time law enforcement experience with 3 years minimum supervisory experience. Salary: 60-70k Start Date: January 2023 Requirements Education, Experience, and Certifications * Must be a resident of Indiana. * High School diploma or GED and ten (10) years police experience, including a minimum of three (3) years in a supervisory capacity; Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice, Public or Business Administration, or related field preferred or an equivalent combination of experience, education and training which provides the desired knowledge, skills, and abilities of this classification. * Training in basic investigation techniques, interview and interrogation, Crisis Intervention Team (CIT), drug interdiction. * Management and/or leadership training a plus. * Must pass appropriate background and criminal history checks. * State of Indiana Police Officer Certification (ILEA). * Must be willing to locate to Wells County, Indiana within 6 months. Applicants are encouraged to submit a letter of interest, resume, list of certifications and relevant training, and completed Town of Ossian employment application with Personal History Statement.
All applications are due no later than October 7, 2022, at 12:00pm. These items are available on the town website at www.ossianin.com. Applications can be mailed to: Police Chief Application Ossian Board of Metropolitan Police Commissioners 507 N Jefferson St Ossian, IN 46777 Or email to: cchichester@ossianin.com Place “Application – Chief of Police” in the subject line of the email.


Logansport Police Department

Logansport Police Department Applications will be accepted for Probationary Patrolman until October 7, 2022 at 3:00pm.
Testing will be October 8th.  See full application for more information.
Full applications that must completed are listed HERE.
or come to the Department to pick up an application at 601 E Broadway Logansport IN 46947 or email khoover@logansportpolice.com for an application.


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.
Thank you for applying to the Cedar Lake Police Department and Good Luck!
Posting is open until filled.


West Baden Springs Police Department

We are hiring for the position of Patrolman
-Starting Salary for 2022 $41,791.88
beginning 2023 $43,391.88
-Health insurance free for individual and family.
Optional dental and vision insurance
-Take home vehicle.
-All uniforms and equipment paid for by department.

Applications can be picked up in person at the West Baden Springs Town Hall, or requested by email.
If you would like to request an application or for more information, please email kendrickcarlton@yahoo.com Posting expires October 7, 2022.


Swayzee Police Department

The Swayzee Police Department is hiring for a LATERAL DEPUTY MARSHAL POSITION (Paid Full Time)
Position to start January 1st, 2023.
Job Description
The Deputy Marshal is a paid Full-Time position. * Starting $20/Hour * Civilian PERF, Paid Health Insurance for Officer, the town offers Dental and Vision.  Vacation time. Take home car “WITHIN COUNTY” off duty use. Facial hair, Tac Vest BDU uniforms and Polo shirts  are permitted.
* Hours: Evenings / Nights with every other weekend off
Qualifications / Requirements
* Must be a citizen of the United States. * Must be at least 21 years of age. * Must be a high school graduate in possession of a high school diploma or an accredited GED. * Must possess a valid driver’s license. * Must submit to an extensive personal history and background investigation, including a criminal history investigation and Polygraph. * Must not have a recorded felony conviction or any domestic violence related convictions. * A dishonorable discharge from military service shall disqualify the applicant and a discharge other than honorable may be grounds for rejection.  Must be willing to reside in Grant County or within 20 minutes of Swayzee within 6 months.
* Must have active and valid ILEA Tier 2 certification or equivalent. * Recommended 2 years of prior law enforcement experience. * Must have, or be able to successfully pass, all required in-service hours and certifications.
Applications for this position will be accepted until November 20, 2022, at midnight. 
Applications can be downloaded from the town web site.
Please submit application and resume to Town Marshal Doug Wilber.
dwilber.swayzeepolice@gmail.com
Employment - TOWN OF SWAYZEE


Cumberland Metropolitan Police Department

The Town of Cumberland, Indiana is located in both Marion and Hancock Counties, the east side of Marion County and west side of Hancock County, and has approximately 7,000 residents with many more traveling through town each day. The Cumberland Metropolitan Police Department (CMPD) was founded in 1951 and is the law enforcement body for the Town of Cumberland, serving all citizens in both counties.
CMPD is now accepting applications for the position of Full-Time Police Officer for lateral and non-certified applicants! ALL ARE ENCOURAGED TO APPLY!
Applications can be found on POLICEAPP.com/CMPD
To apply, you must be at least 21 years old and less than 40 years old (per INPRS PERF Requirements), possess a high school diploma or GED, possess a valid driver’s license, and be a US Citizen. You must not have any felony, domestic violence, operating vehicle while intoxicated, or drug convictions and must not have been dishonorably discharged from military service.
Benefits Include:
▪ Starting Probationary Salary 2022: $52,590.72 per year
▪ Starting Probationary Salary beginning January 1, 2023: $56,543.76 per year
▪ Patrolman Salary beginning January 1, 2023 (After Probationary Year or Lateral Starting): $60,496.80 per year
▪ Uniforms and Equipment Furnished by CMPD
▪ Take-Home Vehicle Program with Off-Duty Uses (if residence is within 25 miles of Cumberland)
▪ Medical, Dental and Vision Insurance Plans (PPO/HSA options)
▪ Paid Overtime Opportunities and Compensatory Time Accrual (PTO/ATO)
▪ INPRS (PERF) 1977 Police Officer’s Pension Program
▪ Longevity Pay beginning after 3 years of service ($200.00 per year of service, no cap)
▪ Body Worn and In Car Camera Technology
▪ Visible Tattoos and Facial Hair Authorized (with some restrictions)
▪ Load Baring Vests Option
▪ Tactical Team (SWAT) Opportunity with Hancock County Joint Tactical Team
▪ 80 Hours of Vacation after six months of employment
▪ 11 to 13 Floating Holidays per year
▪ Clothing/Uniform allowance $800.00 per year (After first year)
▪ 8 Hours of Perfect Attendance every quarter
▪ 12 Hour Shifts with alternating weekends off (2 on, 2 off, 3 on, 2 off, 2 on, 3 off)
▪ ODE Opportunities after Probationary Year
▪ Abundant Training Opportunities
▪ Growing Town and Police Department
▪ Abbreviated FTO Program for LATERAL Transfers
Applications will be accepted until all open positions are filled.
Please contact CMPD Recruiting at JoinCMPD@indy.gov with questions or concerns.


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.  
North Webster P.D. is an equal opportunity employer


West Lafayette Police Department

Big things happening at WLPD and spots are filling quickly, so be sure to apply soon!  Here are just a few things to look forward to:  
* Starting salary of $62,788 and after first year of employment, salary is $66,249.  
* 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.  
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 $66,249.  
** 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 Employment Opportunities and under Human Resources click on the link “See current job openings and apply online” to fill out your application immediately.  
Do not miss 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.  
The deadline for the current application process ends, Wednesday, October 19, 2022 at midnight.  
Written and physical testing will be conducted on Sunday, October 23rd, 2022 at 9:00 am.  
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


Tipton Police Department

The Tipton Police Department currently has a LATERAL OFFICER hiring process open!  This hiring process will remain open through December 31, 2022.

Currently certified officers in good standing with ILEA Tier 1, or out of state waiver eligibility, wishing to make a lateral transfer are encouraged to apply.
Applications can be obtained by emailing Sgt. Robins at brobins@tipton.in.gov and requesting the application packet, or by picking one up from the TPD lobby.
Completed applications and all required attachments must be mailed to or turned in at the Tipton Police Department.

The Tipton Police Department consists of fifteen police officer positions. The budget for 2022 includes a starting annual salary of $47,000 for a Probationary Officer (year one). Upon completion of the probationary period, a Second Class Officer (year two and year three) earns an annual salary $50,500. Starting on year four, a First Class Officer earns an annual salary of $52,500. Up to 10 years of service for longevity can be transferred to TPD for qualifying lateral officers.
Other available benefits include low-cost health insurance, paid vacation/holidays, instructor programs, health savings account, specialty teams, longevity pay (up to $5,000), certification pay, annual clothing allowance, paid/compensatory overtime, PERF 1977 fund retirement, and take-home vehicle program.
Lateral officers must live in Tipton County OR an adjoining county to Tipton County and within a thirty (30) mile radius of the City of Tipton boundary. Applicants with a current ILEA Tier 1 certification or out-of-state applicants that will qualify for an ILEA waiver will be excused from any physical or written testing portions in the hiring process. A certified lateral officer, selected for a police officer position with TPD, will be eligible to receive a five thousand dollar ($5,000) lateral transfer award. This monetary incentive is payable to the lateral officer within thirty (30) days of employment.
Please share this exciting opportunity with everyone you know that is interested in transferring to the next chapter of their law enforcement career.
Questions may be submitted and answered through the email address provided above, Tipton Police Department’s Facebook messenger, or by calling the Tipton Police Department at 765-675-2152.
The Tipton Police Department is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer, and complies with all provisions of the Americans with Disabilities Act.


Ball State University Police Department

The Ball State University Police Department is accepting applications from Indiana Law Enforcement Academy Tier 1 certified Officers.
Certified Training rate of pay $22.20 and Post-training rate $26.08 after Field training completion and two years of full time sworn law enforcement experience.  
Applicants must be able to perform all functions outlined in the job duties, pass background check, polygraph exam and physical.
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 October 15, 2022.
Tier 1 certified officers will not be required to complete the physical assessment and written exam. Applications from certified officers will be reviewed as they are received, and forwarded to the department for review.
Follow the link below for additional information and application: https://bsu.peopleadmin.com/postings/28991
https://bsu.peopleadmin.com/postings/32124


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


Anderson Police Department

The Anderson Police Department is currently accepting applications for Lateral Transfers and New Patrol Officers.   Applications can be found online at https://www.cityofanderson.com/jobs.aspx. The application deadline to apply will be October 31, 2022. For any questions, please contact Training Coordinator Sgt. John Baysinger at jbaysinger@cityofanderson.com or (765) 648-6764.
SALARY & BENEFITS
* 2022 Patrol Officer probationary pay: $52,365.
* 2022 Patrol Officer base pay: $52,765.
* Salary increases of 3% for 2023, 3% for 2024, and 4% for 2025.
* Educational pay - Associates Degree $800; Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science Degree $1600.
* Total tuition reimbursement through Master's Degree.
* Firearms Qualification - $750 per year.
* Clothing Allowance - $1200 per year.
* 12-Hour Shift (rotating weekends).
* Take-home car program.
* Paid Holidays.
* Personal Days.
* State Pension: Based on 20 years of service.
* Union negotiated contracts.
* City-paid Life and Accidental Death Insurance.
* Several Health Insurance options are available
* VACATION
o 1 year to 5 years……………………………………2 weeks
o 5 years to 10 years………………………………..3 weeks
o 10 years to 15 years………………………………4 weeks
o 15 years or more…………………………………..5 weeks


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. Lateral applicants are also encouraged to apply. 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.
» 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
» Insurance costs Recently Reduced
» Public Employee Retirement Fund
» 96% of Pension Contribution Provided by City (99% in 2022)
» 4th Class Patrolman – $57,001.00 – 1st year
» 3rd Class Patrolman – $58,315.00 – 2nd year
» 2nd Class Patrolman – $61,751.12 – 3rd year
» 1st Class Patrolman – $66,500.22 – 4th year
» Investigator – $68,500.10
» Sergeant – $70,500.10
» Lieutenant – $74,505.06
» $2,000.00 Annual Clothing Allowance
» $1,200.00 (Approx.) Annual Sick Incentive

Lateral Entry ProgramAnnuallyIncentiveBonus
Academy Cert & up to 2 yrs. of Experience: $58,315 3-Personal Days $3,000
3 yrs. of Experience: $61,751 5-Personal Days $5,000
4 or more years of Experience: $66,500 10-Personal Days $7,500

For further questions, contact Corporal Kristin Klimek at 574-327-3572 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.
The City of Dunkirk is an Equal Opportunity Employer.


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.
Gibson County is an Equal Opportunity Employer

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


Mishawaka Police Department

The Mishawaka 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 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.
Benefits Include:
* After 3 years, Patrolman First Class salary $64,547per year for 2022
* Uniforms and equipment furnished first year
* $2,050 uniform allowance after first year
* $1,250 equipment allowance after first year
* Take-home car program
* Shift differentials pay
* Medical, dental and vision insurance plans
* Free medical clinic for employee and dependents
* Paid overtime opportunities and compensatory time accrual
* INPRS 1977 Pension
* Deferred compensation match
* Lateral transfer program
o Abbreviated lateral FTO program
o Take-home vehicle after successful completion of Field Training Program
o Prorated uniform allowance the first year
o Pay rate and vacation/personal days reflect years of prior service
*MPD accepts lateral applications throughout the year and will test individually. The testing process is expedited.
Applications may be submitted all year to Mishawaka Human Resources, 600 E. Third St, Mishawaka, Indiana 46544. After submitting your application, you will be notified regarding with the testing details.
To download an application, go to: mishawaka.in.gov/police/recruiting
For further questions, please contact Lt. Jen Wilson at 574-208-5550 or email jwilson@mishawaka.in.gov
(Expires December 31, 2022 )


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.