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

  • Hiring: Montgomery County Sheriff's Office
  • Hiring: Ball State University Police Department
  • Hiring: Trafalgar Police Department
  • Hiring: Portage Police Department
  • Hiring: Boone County Sheriff’s Office
  • Hiring: Washington County Sheriff’s Department
  • Hiring: Avon School Police Department
  • Hiring: Fishers Police Department
  • Hiring: Bloomington Police Department
  • Hiring: Pokagon Band of Potawatomi Indians
  • Hiring: Ferdinand Police Department
  • Hiring: Tipton County Sheriff’s Office
  • Hiring: Winamac Police Department
  • Hiring: Morgan County Sheriff’s Office
  • Hiring: Vincennes Police Department
  • Hiring: Kosciusko County Sheriff’s Office
  • Hiring: Plainfield Police Department
  • Hiring: Wayne County Sheriff’s Office
  • Hiring: Bluffton Police Department
  • Hiring: Brownsburg Police Department
  • Hiring: Tipton Police Department
  • Hiring: Rochester Police Department
  • Hiring: Indiana State Police 82nd Recruit Academy
  • Hiring: Carroll County Sheriff's Office
  • Hiring: Beech Grove Police Department
  • Hiring: Warsaw Police Department
  • Hiring: Tipton County Sheriff’s Office
  • Hiring: Edinburgh Police Department
  • Hiring: Hendricks County Sheriff’s Office
  • Hiring: Madison County Sheriff’s Department
  • Hiring: Dayton Police Department
  • Hiring: Town of Monroeville
  • Hiring: Porter County Sheriff’s Office
  • Hiring: Greensburg Police Department
  • Hiring: Seymour Police Department

  • Montgomery County Sheriff's Office

    The Montgomery County Sheriff's Office is now accepting applications for the position of Jail Deputy. Applications can be picked up in person or online at www.montgomerycosheriff.net. Applications must be completed and returned either in person at the Montgomery County Sheriff's Office located at 600 Memorial Drive Crawfordsville, IN 47933 or emailed to Lieutenant Christian Brown at christian.brown@montgomerycounty.in.gov. For any questions please contact Lt. Brown by email or 765-362-3740 ext. 223.

    The Montgomery County Sheriff's Office offers Jail Deputies a wide array of benefits to include:

    • $35,000-$48,000 salary range with additional rank pay
    • Additional specialty pay for select positions and accreditations including Field Training Officers and Investigators
    • Pre-basic available for ages 21 and older; certification allows for some off duty employment opportunities
    • Lateral transfers accepted
    • Uniforms provided at initial hire with $1,050 clothing allowance yearly thereafter
    • Medical/Dental/Vision benefits with access to free employee clinic
    • Health Savings account with county contribution of $750 yearly on top of any optional employee contribution
    • 14 recognized holidays each year along with PTO hours with a max possible earned 216 hours annually
    • PERF retirement with county contributions on top of employee
    • 12 hour shifts with annual shift bids.

    Ball State University Police Department

    The Ball State University Police Department is accepting applications from Indiana Law Enforcement Academy Tier I Certified Officers and non-certified individuals.

    Certified Training rate of pay $21.44/Post-training rate $25.19 with two years of previous full time sworn law enforcement experience.  Non-certified new hire rate of $19.29. Applicants must be able to perform all functions outlined in the job duties and physical assessment, pass a written exam and polygraph exam. Tier I certified officers will not be required to complete the physical assessment.

    Benefits include Paid time off, 9 holidays, medical and dental benefits, fee remission for employee and dependents after one year of full-time employment. Applications will be accepted through August 22, 2021.  Physical Assessment is scheduled for Sunday, August 29, 2021, at 7:30am.  The written exam will be administered immediately following the physical assessment on Sunday, August 29, 2021.

    CLICK HERE for additional information and application.


    Trafalgar Police Department

    The Trafalgar Police Department will be accepting applications from July 20, 2021 thru August 20, 2021 for the position of full-time Police Officers. Eligible candidates must be in good physical condition, a high school graduate, and at least 21 years of age but less than 36 years of age at the time of appointment. Any candidate 36 years of age and over must comply with PERF membership requirements IC: 36-8-8-7 or House Bill 1359.
    Applications can be request via email at trafalgarpd802@yahoo.com. All applications must be returned to the Trafalgar Police Department no later than August 20, 2021 by 3:30pm. All notifications related to this hiring process will be conducted via e-mail, so applicants must maintain an active e-mail account.
    Physical agility and written testing is tentatively scheduled for Sunday, August 22, 2021. You will be notified of the times and location at a later date. Interviews are tentatively scheduled for the week of August 23, 2021.


    Portage Police Department

    Application packets for the position of Probationary Patrol Officer with the Portage Police Department will be available from Monday July 19th, 2021, starting at 7:00 am through Friday August 13th, 2021, at 3:00 pm.
    All applications must be completed and returned to the Portage Police Department no later than 3:00 pm on Friday August 27, 2021.  Those interested in applying may pick up an application packet at the Portage Police Department at 6260 Central Ave. All applicants must meet the following requirements:
     Must be a US citizen.
     Must be 21 years of age but not older than 36 years of age by date of hire. For Veterans of the armed forces who served at least 20 years you cannot be older than 40 years 6 months old by the time of hire and the City of Portage has a Veteran’s Hiring Preference Policy.
     Must possess a valid driver’s license.
     Must have a high school diploma or equivalent.
     No felony or domestic battery convictions.
     Must have weight in proportion to height.
     Must pass a written examination, physical standards test, medical examination, drug screen, and psychological examination.
     Must submit to a polygraph or voice stress analysis examination.
     Must submit to a background investigation.
     Must submit to an oral interview.
     Must successfully complete basic instruction at the Indiana Law Enforcement Academy.
    The 2021 salary for a Probationary Officer (without experience) is $46,821.18. Probationary Officer (with experience) is $48,769.37 After one year of satisfactory service the salary increases to $50,461.00. After three years of service the salary increases to $57,495.10.


    Boone County Sheriff’s Office

    The Boone County Sheriff’s Office is currently accepting pre-applications for Communications Officer. Please follow this link:  https://boonecountyindianasheriff.com/Employment to submit your pre-application.
    If you have any questions, you may contact Joy Stewart at jstewart@co.boone.in.us or 765-483-5946.
    Pre-Applications for Communications Officer must be submitted by 9:00am on Monday, August 2, 2021.
    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 $39,930.27 - $44,366.97
    * 457 B additional retirement plan
    * Access to mental health assistance
    * Optional Health Savings Account with a county contribution


    Washington County Sheriff’s Department

    The Washington County Sheriff’s Department is currently accepting applications for the position of Merit Deputy. The testing process will consist of a physical agility assessment (using ILEA Exit standards), written testing, background investigation and a Merit Board interview.
    MUST APPEAR at 8:00 am on August 14 for physical agility testing and a written exam. LOCATION of testing:  Eastern High School Football Field, 1100 N. Eastern School Rd, New Pekin, IN  47165
    Physical Agility Testing:
    1. Vertical Jump: Minimum 16 inches
    2. Sit Ups: Minimum 29 in one minute
    3. 300 Meter Run: Maximum 71 seconds
    4. Push Ups: Minimum 25 no time limit
    5. 1.5 Mile Run: Maximum 16 minutes 28 seconds
    Written Exam: General knowledge, reading comprehension and writing skills
    Benefits include:
    $44,980 starting salary
    Sign on Bonus for applicants who are Indiana Law Enforcement Academy Certified Tier I or out of state equivalent police officer.
    May reside in adjoining counties, BUT NOT MORE THAN 25 MILES FROM THE WASHINGTON COUNTY SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT.
    Paid Holidays, Vacation Days and Sick Days
    Longevity Pay
    Health, Dental and Vision Insurance available
    Access to Local Health Clinic
    Take home patrol vehicle
    Department cell phone
    Pension
    8 Hour shifts, off every other weekend
    Applicants must be a U.S. Citizen, 21 years of age, have a high school diploma or G.E.D. equivalent, possess a valid driver’s license and pass a drug screen.
    Applications can be found at washingtoncounty.in.gov or they may be picked up at the Washington County Sheriff’s Department. Applications can be mailed to or dropped off at the Washington County Sheriff’s Department, at 801 Jackson Street, Salem, IN  47167. Submission deadline: Applications must be post marked or received by August 6, 2021.


    Avon School Police Department

    The Avon School Police Department is hiring a full-time School Resource Officer.  Applicants must have an ILEA Tier I certification, at least two years in law enforcement, minimal disciplinary history and enjoy working with kids.
    Compensation package includes:
    - Starting Salary $52k-$56k
    - Day Shift Mon-Fri
    - 211-day Contract (summers, school breaks & holidays off)
    - Take Home Car
    - Excellent Training Opportunities
    - Medical, Dental & Life Insurance
    Apply online at avon-schools.org.  Applications are due at 5pm on Friday, July 30, 2021.
    For questions, contact Chief Lyday at sclyday@avon-schools.org.


    Fishers Police Department

    The Fishers Police Department is actively seeking highly motivated candidates to participate in a competitive hiring 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 it 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.
    Those interested can complete the On-Line Application at https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/fishersin/jobs/3103698/sworn-police-officer?page=2&pagetype=jobOpportunitiesJobs Applications close on July 30, 2021.


    Bloomington Police Department

    Bloomington Police is hosting an open testing process for police officers on August 7, 2021.
    Both certified police officers and individuals with no law enforcement experience are welcome to attend this open testing process. BPD offers specialty opportunities including detective, special investigations, CIRT officer, hostage negotiation, dive team, civil disturbance unit, honor guard, training instructor, field training officer, and Downtown Resource Officer.
    With an interest in promoting long, healthy, and fulfilling careers, BPD offers free unlimited access to a full-time, on-site Tactical Athletic Trainer for physical concerns, and free, unlimited, and confidential access to full-time, on-site social workers for consultation, referral and/or treatment regarding mental and emotional wellbeing. Services are available to all BPD employees and immediate family members
    Steps to apply:
    1. Register for testing by submitting your preliminary application information at bloomington.in.gov/police/employment
    2. Appear at 8:00 am on August 7 for physical testing and written exam (details provided to applicants by email upon registration)
    Physical testing:
    -Vertical Jump: Minimum 16 inches
    -Sit Ups: Minimum 29 in one minute
    -300 Meter Run: Maximum 71 seconds
    -Push Ups: Minimum 25 no time limit
    -1.5 Mile Run: Maximum 16 minutes 28 seconds
    Written Exam:
    General aptitude test based on the National Police Officer Selection Test. See a sample test and study guide at https://bit.ly/3pBnYTp
    Salary & Benefit Highlights:
    Probationary Officer (first year): $50,500
    Officer First Class (including lateral transfer of certified officers): $56,956
    Rent assistance ($500/month) and one-time down payment assistance ($12,000) available to officers after the probationary year for residences located inside Bloomington city limits
    Take home vehicles available to officers who reside inside Bloomington city limits after the probationary year, or to lateral transfers after completing field training
    Beginning vacation leave: 28 days (prorated first year)
    Unlimited sick leave with full pay
    Free unlimited access to on-staff Tactical Athletic Trainer for treatment and prevention of on and off-duty physical concerns
    Free unlimited confidential access to on-staff social workers for consultation, referrals, and/or treatment regarding mental and emotional wellbeing
    Full benefits including insurance, education pay, training pay, specialty pay, and shift differential pay at https://bloomington.in.gov/police/employment/applicant-info
    Anyone with questions about BPD hiring or employment is encouraged to contact Brittany Murphy at murphyb@bloomington.in.gov or (812) 322-9538.


    Pokagon Band of Potawatomi Indians

    The Pokagon Band of Potawatomi Indians, a sovereign tribal nation, is actively seeking full-time Police Officers to join our force. This is a unique opportunity to serve in both in your local community and the Band’s affiliated casinos. Our police officers work 12 hour shifts and have rotating weekends off. They receive a $1,500 bonus after completion of Field Officer Training. Benefits include a defined benefit plan (pension), excellent medical, dental and vision insurance with low payroll deductions, and 13 paid holidays per year. Officers receive 5 sets of uniforms per year with dry cleaning services.
    Hourly rates range from $24.50 (entry level) to $32.36, dependent on experience.
    Position requirements are:
    * 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.
    Your application can be completed at pokagonband-nsn.gov/business-community/career-opportunities. Our Indian Preference Code applies to this position. We look forward to hearing from you!  
    Apply by September 30, 2021 as the expiration date.


    Ferdinand Police Department

    The Town of Ferdinand is currently accepting applications for the following positions:
    * 1 Full Time Police Officer
    * 5 Reserve Police Officers
    To apply for either position:
    * Go to www.ferdinandindiana.org, and print a copy of the application.
    * Provide all required information.
    * Submit by August 16, 2021 to the Ferdinand Town Office located at 2065 Main Street, Ferdinand, IN.
    Minimum requirements:
    * 21 years of age, with a Valid Indiana Driver’s License.
    * High School Graduate or Equivalent.
    * Must pass Physical Agility Test (Applicant must meet Exit Standards established by the Indiana Law Enforcement Academy; visit www.in.gov\ilea\ for current requirements).
    * Must pass a department written examination.  
    Questions: Chief Lloyd Froman 812-482-9150 or fpdwhitetail294@yahoo.com or Asst. Chief Brian Seffernick 812-482-9150 or fpd296@yahoo.com


    Tipton County Sheriff’s Office

    The Tipton County Sheriff’s Office will be taking applications for full-time merit deputy positions. (If you had previously submitted an application within 1 year of July 30th, 2021 your application is on file and please do not submit another application)
    Benefits include:
    * Starting salary of $45,900
    * 30 mile residency from the Tipton County boundary lines
    * Take home patrol vehicle
    * Longevity pay
    * Certification pay
    * Retirement Pension
    * Vacation, Holidays, and Personal days
    * Bereavement Leave
    * Health, Dental, Vision insurance available
    * Cell phone per-diem
    Tier 1 or out of state equivalent Police Officers will not be required to complete the written testing or the I.L.E.A. Physical Agility test.
    Applications may be picked up at our office or you can download the application at the following link: https://www.tiptongov.com/egov/apps/document/center.egov?view=detail&id=83
    Or locate the application in the documents section on the Tipton County website
    Completed applications are due by 4:00pm July 30, 2021.  Any questions please email Captain Korey Henderson at khenderson@tiptoncounty.in.gov


    Winamac Police Department

    The Winamac Police Department is accepting applications for the position of Police Officer. Qualified candidates will be placed on the Winamac hiring list for the next opening. Applications may be picked up at the Winamac Town Office, Police Department, or email Chief Tyler Campbell at TCAMPBELLWPD@TOWNOFWINAMAC.COM. Applications can be hand delivered or mailed to:

    Winamac Police Department
    ATTN: Chief Campbell
    120 W Main St.
    Winamac, IN. 46996

    Applications are due Friday August 30, 2021


    Morgan County Sheriff’s Office

    The Morgan County Sheriff's Office is now accepting applications for the position of Full Time Jail Deputy.
    Applications are accessible at https://www.in.gov/sheriffs/morgan/2379.htm and are due on August 6, 2021 at 4PM
    Requirements:
    1. Must be a United States Citizen
    2. Must be at least 21 years old by time of appointment
    3. Must possess a valid drivers license
    4. Must pass a background check
    5. Must pass written and physical agility testing
    6. Must have a high school diploma or GED
    7. Must pass a drug screening
    8. Must pass a voice stress test
    9. Must pass psychological evaluation
    10. Must pass oral board interviews
    Benefits/Pay:
    1. Medical/Vision/Dental benefits
    2. Public Employee Retirement
    3. Holiday pay
    4. Paid time off (1 week after probationary period)
    5. Duty gear furnished (uniforms are excluded from this)
    6. 20 year pay matrix starting at $42,000 a year
    7. Annual uniform allowance
    Advancement opportunities:
    1. Supervision
    2. Medical Department
    3. Court Services Deputy
    4. Warrant Division
    5. Transportation Division  
    6. C.E.R.T.


    Vincennes Police Department

    The Vincennes Police Department is currently accepting applications for the position of Police Officer until July 31, 2021.  Vincennes is Indiana's first city and is home to approximately 18,000 people. Vincennes is located in Knox County and borders the Wabash River in southwestern Indiana.
    * Officers are under the Indiana PERF pension plan and also receive health and dental insurance. Officers are also protected by a Merit Board.
    * The Vincennes Police Department has received a raise each year for the past several years.
    * Applicants must be 21 years of age at the date of hiring and under 40 by the time they are accepted by PERF. Applicants must also be a citizen of the United States and have held a valid drivers license for the past three years.
    * First Class Patrolman salary pay is $46,304
    * Officers receive a $500 Associates Degree incentive and $1000 for a Bachelors Degree
    * Officers also receive a $1,200 clothing allowance and shift differential for evening and midnight shift. Shift differential is $80 per paycheck.
    * Officers work 8 hour shifts following a 5 days on, 2 days off, 5 days on, 3 days off schedule rotation.
    * Applicants must pass a physical and written test.
    Applications can be downloaded from the police department website. Once completed, please drop off in person or mail to:

    Merit Board Commision
    501 Busseron St
    Vincennes, IN 47591or drop off in person

    All applicants will be contacted when the dates for the testing process will begin!
    If you have any questions, please contact Chief Jon Hillenbrand at 812-882-1630 or by e-mail at jhillenbrand@vincennes.in.gov
    Come join our family and help serve the wonderful city of Vincennes while doing so!
    http://www.vincennes.org/.../police-department/employment/


    Kosciusko County Sheriff’s Office

    The Kosciusko County Sheriff’s Office is currently accepting applications from currently certified law enforcement officers  for the position of (lateral) Merit Deputy.
    Kosciusko County is home to nearly 80,000 residents and over 100 natural lakes. During the summer months, the population increases drastically with guests and tourists. Known as the Orthopedic Capital of the World, Warsaw hosts a strong economy with multiple manufacturing jobs. The Kosciusko County Sheriff's Office responds to approximately 30,000 calls for service annually. Specialties include investigations, crime scene technician, crash investigator, SCUBA team, SWAT and narcotics.
    The Lateral Merit Deputy requirements are as follows:
    1. 21 years old
    2. High school diploma (or equivalent)
    3. College graduate or some college is preferred
    4. US citizenship
    5. Possess a valid operator’s license
    6. Current Indiana Law Enforcement Academy certification, or equivalent
    7. One-year experience as a law enforcement officer
    Benefits:
    1. Vacation
    2. Paid Holidays
    3. Pension
    4. Insurance
    5. Take Home Vehicle
    6. The probationary salary is $49,004.48
    7. The salary becomes $50,011 after six months
    This hiring process includes an extensive background investigation, polygraph exam, a medical physical, psychological examination and any other examination deemed necessary.
    Additional information, including pertinent dates, will be posted when determined. Applications are available for download at www.kcgov.com .

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


    Plainfield Police Department

    The Plainfield Police Department To Hire Lateral Police Officers & Non-Certified Applicants -  All Are Encouraged To Apply!
    Plainfield P.D. is looking for energetic, committed men and women of good character to join our team of law enforcement professionals. Our officers receive competitive pay and benefits as well as some of the best training in the state. As the largest law enforcement agency in Hendricks County, we are striving to continue to meet the needs of one of the fastest growing communities in the State of Indiana. We benefit from the support of our community and work in earnest to continue to build and maintain positive relationships with our citizens.

    PPD will be accepting lateral and non-certified police officer applications through Monday, August 23, 2021.
    Go somewhere with your career and make a change that matters!
    Apply starting Monday July 5, 2021 at: www.townofplainfield.com
    Inquire further by email at: mycareer@plainfieldpd.org

    HIRING PROCESS - From the date of the physical agility to the swearing-in of the newly hired officer, it takes approximately 4 months to complete the process.

    1. Written Exam - Applicants will be required to register at www.Empco.net for the written exam.  Applicants will take the written exam at their nearest Ivy Tech location at their own expense.
    2. Agility Testing - Pushups (minimum 25 in a minute); Sit-ups (minimum 29 in a minute); minimum 16" vertical jump; 300 meter run (maximum 71 seconds); 1.5 mile run (maximum 16 minutes & 28 seconds). Applicant must pass each phase of the agility test. The agility test will take approximately 3 hours to complete.  (Please visit www.in.gov/ilea/2338.htm for the Indiana Law Enforcement Academy physical fitness required exit standards).
    3. Oral Review Board - A one-hour interview before a board of officers and each applicant will be asked a series of 20 standard questions. Applicants must score a 70% or better to pass.
    4. Background Investigation - Extensive background investigation on applicant's  personal, educational, professional, criminal, medical, and financial background. Also included is a truth verification exam (CVSA). Applicants who have been fired from more than one job in last five years; falsified application information; or received warnings from past employers for absenteeism, tardiness, or any disciplinary action more than two times will not be eligible. Any applicant whose employee records and/or disciplinary files have been sealed or expunged will not be eligible. Applicants who have stolen cash or merchandise from past employers in the last five years are not eligible. Any applicant that has used hallucinogenic drugs or heroin will not be eligible. Any applicant who has used any illegal drug in the last year, used any illegal drug other than marijuana in the last five years, or sold any illegal drug in the last five years is not eligible. Any applicant convicted of OWI/DUI will not be eligible. Any applicant that has missed more than two days of work due to drinking in the last five years, drank any alcoholic beverages on the job without authorization in the last five years, or is an active alcoholic is not eligible. Any applicant convicted of any felony or any applicant who has committed and/or participated in any criminal act in the last five years is not eligible. Any applicant that has participated in a violent crime or crime utilizing a deadly weapon, participated in any illegal sexual act, or participated in current &/or past criminal anti-government or criminal gang affiliation all since the age of 18 will not be eligible. The background investigation takes approximately 3-4 weeks to complete.
    5. Chiefs Review Board - The Chief of Police and Deputy Chiefs will ask various questions concerning the applicant's application packet and results of previous scores during the hiring process. The length of the interview will vary from 10 minutes to 30 minutes. The Chiefs board will select the applicant(s) to continue to the next phase of the process.
    6. Commissioners Review Board - The Police Commissioners will ask various questions concerning the applicant's application packet and results of previous scores during the hiring process. The length of the interview will vary from 10 minutes to 45 minutes. The Commissioners will select one applicant for each position available to continue to the next phase of the process.
    7. Psychological Exam - The MMPI exam is administered and graded by a team of professional psychologists. Total time for the exam is 4 hours and the exam takes 3-4 weeks to process.
    8. Physical Exam - The Public Employees Retirement Fund doctor will give a thorough physical exam of the applicant and forward the results to the PERF office. The exam takes approximately 3 hours to complete and the result of the exam takes 3-4 weeks to process.
    9. Probationary Year - Once all requirements are met, the newly hired officer must serve a one year probationary period during which time, the new officer must either complete the 480-hour Basic Law Enforcement Academy or show proof of completion of the required training. A probationary police officer can be terminated without a hearing at any time during the probationary period.
    10. Upon completion of one year of employment, the officer is promoted to "First Class Patrolman" and is entitled to all benefits as such.

    Applicants that are not selected or that do not pass any phase of the testing will have their applications kept on file for one year. If a new hiring process is started within that one year period, the applicant will be made aware of the new process and allowed to re-test, starting at Phase One. After the one year, applicants must update their application in order to be considered for future hiring processes.

    If you have any questions regarding the hiring process or lateral transfers, please contact Deputy Chief Joseph Aldridge at 317-754-5320 or joseph.aldridge@plainfieldpd.org.

    Wayne County Sheriff’s Office

    The Wayne County Sheriff’s Office is seeking applicants for the position of Corrections Officer.  Eligibility and application process details can be located at our website:  http://www.sheriff.co.wayne.in.us/co-process.html
    Applications accepted until August 2, 2021
    Please contact Chief Deputy, Rick A. Thalls at rthalls@co.wayne.in.us with any questions of if you need help navigating the hiring process.


    Bluffton Police Department

    The Bluffton Police Department is accepting applications for the position of police officer.  Applicant must be 21 years of age by close of application date, but less than 40; have a high school diploma and two-year college degree or equivalent (60 hours), or two years of work experience in a police-related field or be a graduate of the Indiana Law Enforcement Academy Tier I basic class or equivalent. Must provide college transcripts. Applicant must possess and maintain a valid Indiana driver’s license and responsible work experience.  Applicant must pass a background investigation, written test, physical agility test, oral interview, voice stress examination, required statewide baseline physical and psychological examination and drug test.
    2021 Salary: $52,200-$57,700, after one year of service.
    Shift Differential and Clothing Allowance provided.
    High-quality medical insurance and state pension benefit.
    Applications available at Clerk-Treasurer’s Office 128 E. Market St. or online at blufftonindiana.net, and must be turned in at the Bluffton Police Department 204 E. Market St.
    Applications accepted from through July 31, 2021.
    All further correspondence will be through email.
    Physical Agility tests require applicant to complete ILEA Exit Standards found at https://www.in.gov/ilea/2338.htm.  Written test immediately following agility test.
    Testing Date: Saturday, August 7, 2021.
    If you have questions about the application or testing process or general questions about our agency, please email kyle.randall@blufftonindiana.com or contact the Bluffton Police Department at 260-824-3320, Kyle Randall, Chief of Police.


    Brownsburg Police Department

    The Brownsburg Police Department is accepting Pre-Applications for the position of sworn police officer.
    Visit https://laserfiche.brownsburg.org/Forms/PreApplicationSworn and apply online.   Pre-Applications will be accepted through August 15, 2021.  
    Written and Physical Agility will be conducted on August 28th, 2021.
    Benefits include:  
    * Probationary pay $57,573 first year (2021) Increase in salary after first year
    * Longevity pay, shift differential, specialty pay
    * Take home car program
    * Generous Paid time off
    * Deferred Compensation Option
    * 1977 Fund Retirement after 20 years of service
    * Free health care clinic
    * $1.00 per pay health insurance program
    * Numerous assignments/specialties and promotion potential
    * State of the art training facility and numerous training opportunities.
    The Brownsburg Police Department is a progressive agency with substantial community support in a rapidly growing suburb of Indianapolis.   Applicants that do not meet the necessary requirements will not be invited to test.  Remaining dates for the hiring process will be provided at the testing.


    Tipton Police Department

    The Tipton Police Department is opening a hiring process and accepting applications for the position of police officer. This process includes changes to the living requirements for all applicants, as well as, other benefits for ILEA Tier 1 certified officers wishing to make a lateral transfer.
    From July 1, 2021 until July 30, 2021 application packets can be picked up at 225 E. Jefferson Street Tipton, Indiana 46072 or downloaded from the City of Tipton website at http://www.tiptongov.com. Completed applications and all required attachments must be turned in at the Tipton Police Department no later than 3:00pm on July 30, 2021.
    The Tipton Police Department currently employs thirteen paid police officers, one reserve officer, and one part-time officer. As of 2021, the starting yearly salary for a Probationary Officer is in excess of $46,000. Upon completion of the probationary period and all training, a First Class Patrolman has a yearly salary of nearly $47,000. Other available benefits include low-cost health insurance, paid vacation/holidays, instructor programs, health savings account, specialty teams, longevity pay, certification pay, and take home vehicle program.
    Basic eligibility requirements include:
    1. Shall possess a valid Indiana driver's license (or obtain one within 60 days of becoming an Indiana resident) and have no more than eight active points.
    2. Shall be a U.S. citizen.
    3. Shall be at least 21 years of age, and must be less than 40 years of age by date of appointment.
    4. Shall be drug free, and have no convictions for operating a motor vehicle under the influence of drugs.
    5. Shall not have a conviction for operating a vehicle while intoxicated, or operating a vehicle with a blood alcohol content of 0.08% or above.
    6. Shall have no felony convictions.
    7. Shall not have been convicted of a misdemeanor crime of domestic violence.
    8. Shall not have been dishonorably discharged from the military.
    9. Shall be a high school graduate or possess a GED certificate.
    10. Shall not have used an illegal drug in the last three years.
    11. Shall have vision correctable to 20/50.
    12. Shall live in an adjoining county to Tipton County and within a thirty (30) mile radius of the City of Tipton boundary.
    Physical testing and written testing will be conducted at a later date, of which applicants will be notified. Physical testing standards can be viewed here: http://www.in.gov/ilea/2338.htm. Exit standards will be used for our hiring process. Applicants successfully completing the physical test will then be given a comprehensive written test the same day.
    Applicants with a current ILEA Tier 1 certification or out-of-state applicants that will qualify for an ILEA waiver will be excused from the physical and written testing portions of the hiring process.  A certified lateral officer, selected for the police officer position within the Tipton Police Department, 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.  A certified lateral officer’s years of service will transfer to the Tipton Police Department in terms of longevity pay.
    Questions may be submitted and answered through Facebook messenger or by calling the Tipton Police Department at 765-675-2152.


    Rochester Police Department

    The Rochester Police Department is currently accepting applications for the position of full-time Police Officer. Applications may be picked up at the Rochester Police Department, 312 Main Street, and returned no later than 12:00pm on Friday, July 30, 2021. The date for the written test and physical agility test has been set for Saturday, July 31, 2021, at 9:00am. If you submit a complete application, you are invited to participate in the testing process. Lateral applicants will be accepted and are encouraged to apply.
    Some requirements are:
    - Applicants must be at least 21 years of age and under 40 years of age at the time of appointment
    - High School Diploma or GED
    - Pass a written and physical agility test
    - Pass a background investigation
    After the first year of employment, officers earn $50,850 per year. Other benefits include:
    - Health Insurance costing the employee $1 per year
    - Uniform Allowance
    - Gym membership
    - Holiday and longevity pay
    - Take home vehicle if residing within Fulton County


    Indiana State Police 82nd Recruit Academy

    The Indiana State Police is now accepting applications for the 82nd Recruit Academy. Individuals who are interested in beginning a rewarding career as an Indiana State Trooper must visit our website at https://www.in.gov/isp/2368.htm and follow the link to the application. Applicants will first need to create a user account before being able to apply for the Trooper Trainee job posting for the Indiana State Police 82nd Selection Process.  The website link provides a detailed synopsis of the application process as well as information on additional career opportunities with the Indiana State Police.  Applications must be submitted electronically by 8:00 AM (EST) on Sunday, August 22, 2021.  Applications submitted after the deadline will not be accepted for the 82nd Recruit Academy. 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 June 16, 2022)
    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 starting salary for an Indiana State Police Department Recruit is $1,615.39 bi-weekly during the academy training.  At the completion of academy training, the starting salary is $48,000.00 a year.  Recruits of the 82nd Recruit Academy are offered an excellent health care plan including medical, dental, vision, and pharmacy coverage for both current and retired employees and their dependents.  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.ed.gov/sa/repay-loans/forgiveness-cancellation/public-serviceCurrent Law Enforcement Officers:
    Current Law Enforcement Officers having a minimum of three continuous years of merit full time law enforcement service as of November 23, 2021, if they choose, will be assigned to the District where they currently reside.

    Current Out of State Law Enforcement Officers having a minimum of three continuous years of merit full time law enforcement service as of November 23, 2021, if they choose, may be afforded their District of choice, if their home state certification is determined equivalent to the Indiana Law Enforcement Training Board standards. Physical Ability Test (PAT):
    Applicants are required to pass the ILEA Exit Standards listed below to proceed in the selection process.

    Vertical Jump  16 inches
    Sit-ups  29 in one minute
    300 Meter Run  71 seconds
    Push-ups  25
    1.5-mile run  16 minutes 28 seconds

    Physical Ability Testing Dates: DateTime (EST)Location
    Saturday, July 10, 2021   8:00 a.m.  Plainfield, IN
    Saturday, July 10, 2021   1:00 p.m.  Plainfield, IN

    Friday, July 23, 2021   8:00 a.m.  South Bend, IN
    Friday, July 23, 2021   1:00 p.m.  South Bend, IN

    Saturday, July 24, 2021   8:00 a.m.  South Bend, IN
    Saturday, July 24, 2021   1:00 p.m.  South Bend, IN

    Friday, August 13, 2021   8:00 a.m.  Orleans, IN
    Friday, August 13, 2021   1:00 p.m.  Orleans, IN

    Saturday, August 14, 2021   8:00 a.m.  Orleans, IN
    Saturday, August 14, 2021   1:00 p.m.  Orleans, IN

    Saturday, August 21, 2021   8:00 a.m.  Plainfield, IN
    Saturday, August 21, 2021   1:00 p.m.  Plainfield, IN

    Sunday, August 22, 2021   8:00 a.m.  Plainfield, IN
    Sunday, August 22, 2021   1:00 p.m.  Plainfield, IN

    Applicants are afforded the opportunity to attend additional PAT dates to improve current scores or achieve a passing score.  Additional information regarding the PAT can be found online at https://www.in.gov/isp/2880.htm.
    Interested applicants can obtain additional information about a career as an Indiana State Trooper by visiting https://www.in.gov/isp/3041.htm to find the recruiter assigned to your area. If you have any questions please contact Sgt. Roosevelt Williams at isprecruiting@isp.in.gov or 317-296-0771.


    Carroll County Sheriff's Office

    The Carroll County Sheriff's Office is looking to hire one (1) full time jail officer for our agency.  Starting hourly rate is $16/hour and bumps up to $16.46/hour after a six-month probationary period.  In that this is a swing shift position, hours are generally evening and some weekends.
    Interested candidates may contact our Jail Commander, Sergeant Lori Sustarsic or myself, at our non-emergency number, 765.564.2413, ext. #1.


    Beech Grove Police Department

    The Beech Grove Police Department is pleased to announce the beginning of a selection process for Probationary Police Officer positions. The Beech Grove Police Department will be accepting applications until August 2, 2021.
    BASIC MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:
    If you do not meet these requirements, please do not apply.
    1. AGE: twenty-one (21) years of age, but under forty (40) years of age, if the person is an applicant to the police department.  YOU MUST BE 21 YEARS OLD TO BE A POLICE OFFICER IN THE STATE OF INDIANA.
    2. RESIDENCY REQUIREMENTS: (Police Officer) (a) Members of the police department must reside in Indiana in one of the following areas:
    (a) Within the county in which the city is located; or
    (b) In a county that is contiguous to the county in which the city is located. (IC 36-8-4-2).
    (c) To qualify for assignment of a police vehicle, police officers must reside within a contiguous county to Marion County.
    3. Education: Must be at the minimum a high school graduate.
    4. No felony or serious misdemeanor arrest record.
    5. Must possess a valid Indiana driver's license.
    6. No use of illegal or illicit drugs
    7. Must not have used marijuana in the past 3 years
    All submitted applications must be complete and accompanied by a copy of your birth certificate and high school diploma. Incomplete applications will not be considered. Also include copies of all other diplomas and/or certificates of schools attended with grade and/or credit transcripts. Include military discharge papers, and a copy of your driver's license.
    All submitted applications must be complete and accompanied by a copy of your birth certificate and high school diploma. Incomplete applications will not be considered. Also include copies of all other diplomas and/or certificates of schools attended with grade and/or credit transcripts. Include military discharge papers, and a copy of your driver's license.
    Benefits Include:
    * Uniforms provided plus $1000 clothing allowance
    * Equipment provided
    * Take Home Car Program - Statewide usage
    * Overtime
    * Medical, Dental, and Vision insurance
    * Life insurance
    * HSA Plan
    * 457(b) retirement savings plan
    * PERF Pension plan
    * Paid vacation and Holiday Return Time
    * Competitive Pay $68,503.70 (3rd year officer)
    * Longevity Pay - $154 year
    * Ongoing training
    * Advancement Opportunities
    * Specialized units
    Selection Process
    The selection process that all applicants must go through to become a Beech Grove Police Officer consists of a variety of tests, assessments, and investigations that assist the department in employing those applicants best suited for police work. This process can take anywhere from 3-6 months from the date of initial application.

    https://www.policeapp.com/Entry-Level-Beech-Grove-IN-Police-Officer-Jobs/3161/


    Warsaw Police Department

    The Warsaw Police Department is currently accepting applications for probationary patrol officers including lateral transfer officers.  Applications can be accessed by logging onto warsaw.in.gov and clicking the teal “Job Opportunities” tab.  
    1. Must be at least 21 and/or be appointed before the age of 40.
    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. Reside within 50 miles of the City of Warsaw at the time of appointment.
    Benefits include:
    1. 2021 starting probationary salary - $57,216.64.  Lateral probationary patrol officer/ILEA transfers will also receive 1% longevity per year up to five years for prior law enforcement.
    2. 1977 Pension fund
    3. Shift differential.
    4. $1000 Clothing allowance.
    5. Take home vehicle (up to 50 miles)
    6. Longevity pay 1% per year (up to 20 years).
    7. Health, vision, and dental insurance.
    8. $50,000 life insurance policy paid by the city.For any questions, please contact the Warsaw Police Department at (574) 385-2104.


    Tipton County Sheriff’s Office

    The Tipton County Sheriff’s Office will be accepting applications for the position of Corrections Officer.
    Benefits include:
    * Starting salary of $35,284
    * Rank pay, SERT and Specialty Positions
    * Differed Compensation Plans
    * Vacation, Holidays, Bereavement, and Personal days
    * 12 Hour Work Schedule (every other weekend off)
    * Health, Dental, and Vision insurance available
    Applicants must have not been terminated or forced to resign by their previous employer.
    There will be a comprehensive background investigation and along with written examinations.
    Applications will be accepted until August 1, 2021 at 4:00p.m.
    An application can be obtained by emailing Captain Ray Sheppard at rsheppard@tiptoncounty.in.gov.


    Edinburgh Police Department

    The Edinburgh Police Department is currently seeking applicants for the position of Reserve Police Officer. Applicants must be a US Citizen, at least 21 years of age at the time of appointment, possess a high school diploma or equivalent, possess a valid Indiana Driver’s License, live within Johnson, Shelby, Bartholomew, or Brown counties, and have no felony or serious misdemeanor convictions.
    Selected applicants for the Reserve Police Officer position must be able to pass a physical agility test, pass written testing, pass a background investigation, complete a 40-hour pre basic course and complete a Reserve Police Officer Academy (conducted at the department). This is not a paid position.
    * Uniforms and equipment provided.
    * Training provided.
    * Opportunity to gain police experience.
    * Serve a small community.
    * Great 1st step toward a career in Law Enforcement.
    An application packet may be picked up at the Edinburgh Police Department located at 200 S Main Street Edinburgh, IN 46124 or downloaded from our website at  https://www.edinburgh.in.us/. Return the completed application to Attn: Deputy Chief Hector Mercado no later than 5:00 pm on Friday October 1, 2021. Any questions email Deputy Chief Hector Mercado at hmercado@edinburgh.in.us or call 812-526-3501.


    Hendricks County Sheriff’s Office

    The Hendricks County Sheriff’s Office is currently testing for 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 utilizes the Sheriffs’ Association Testing Program through EMPCO incorporated. Test locations, dates and times are available throughout the region/state. To schedule a test date for this position, go to the website: https://www.empco.net/ind and follow the instructions. There is a fee to take the examination, but the results of this test may be accepted by ALL participating Sheriff’s Offices in Indiana.  You must complete a profile and schedule and pass the examination BEFORE August 2, 2021 in order to be considered for this particular job posting.
    NO APPLICATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED AT THE HENDRICKS COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE UNTIL THE APPLICANT HAS TAKEN THE EXAMINATION AND HAS BEEN DIRECTED BY HENDRICKS COUNTY SHERIFF PERSONNEL TO COMPLETE AN APPLICATION.


    Dayton Police Department

    The Dayton Police Department is accepting applications for a Full-Time Deputy Marshal.
    Applicants must be a graduate of the Indiana Law Enforcement Academy with three years of experience. Applications will be accepted until August 1, 2021.
    Applications and additional information can be found at dayton.in.gov or picked up at the Dayton Police Department 6531 State Road 38 East, Dayton, IN, or at the Dayton Town Hall 721 Walnut Street Dayton, IN (M-F 9-3).
    BENEFIT SUMMARY FOR DEPUTY MARSHAL
    5-11-2021
    Salary:  $41,600.00 to $54,800.00 (Set by Council)
    PERF (Pension): Town contributes 11% and Employee Contributes 3%
    Healthcare stipend: $350/month
    Clothing allowance: $600/year
    Paid Time Off:
    Vacation:  40 hours after 1 year.
    80 hours after 2 years.
    120 hours after 10 years
    160 hours after 20 years
    Personal Days: 16 hours after completing 90 days.
    Sick Days: 48 hours after completing 90 Days.
    Holidays: 13 days
    INFORMATION:
    Applicant must be a Police Academy Graduate with 3 years of experience as a certified police officer. Include Certification with application.
    Shift applying for is primarily a 4:00 PM to 12:00 AM Monday – Friday
    Shift is subject to change and may require Holiday work and weekends.


    Town of Monroeville

    The Town of Monroeville currently has an opening for a full time Marshal.  
    Benefits include health insurance; paid vacation; sick and personal days; paid holidays;
    PERF Retirement; take home vehicle.
    Starting pay $38,000-$45,000 depending on experience
    Applications are available on the Town of Monroeville website:
    https://www.monroevillein.com/post/monroeville-town-marshal-application
    Completed applications must be mailed to:
    Town of Monroeville
    PO Box 223
    Monroeville, IN 46773
    Applications must be postmarked no later than Friday, July 23, 2021


    Porter County Sheriff’s Office

    The Porter County Sheriff’s Office is taking applications for Jail Officer.
    Benefits include:
    *Probationary Salary $40,967
    *Medical, Dental, Vision
    *Life Insurance
    *Paid Vacation
    *Paid Holidays
    *Paid training and uniform issuance
    *Overtime available
    *Free gym 24/7
    Requirements:
    *United States citizen
    *21 years of age
    *High school diploma or equivalent
    *No felony convictions
    *Valid driver’s license
    To apply, visit www.portercountysheriff.com for an application.  
    Submit application by July 31, 2021.


    Greensburg Police Department

    The Greensburg Police Department, located at 201 S. Broadway St, Greensburg, Indiana, is currently accepting applications for a full time Police Officer.
    You can obtain a Pre Application at www.cityofgreensburg.com in the Police Recruitment tab. These Pre Applications must be submitted by July 31, 2021 at 4:00 p.m. Pre Applications may be returned in person to the Police Department or emailed to Lt. Joe Radcliff.
    For more information please visit our website or contact:
    Lt. Joe Radcliff
    P: 812-663-3131 (8:00 a.m.- 4:00 p.m.)
    Email: jradcliff@greensburg.in.gov


    Seymour Police Department

    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 September 11, 2021 at Trinity Lutheran High School. The written exam will be conducted after the physical agility test on September 11, 2021. Additional information will be given to applications who receive a passing grade after the physical agility test. There will be no make-up day 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 from the Seymour Police Department or online at www.seymourpd.com. Deadline to turn in applications is August 13, 2021.
    * Starting salary of $55,212 (with 1% per year longevity)
    * Top salary of $66,254 (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
    * Retirement pension through 1977 Police and Fire
    * Vacation, Holidays, Personal time, and Comp time
    * Bereavement Leave
    * Take home patrol car (must live within 15 miles of the city)
    * Short term and long term disability
    * Health, Dental, Vision insurance
    A. High School graduate or equivalent – G.E.D.
    B. Must graduate from the Indiana Law Enforcement Academy.
    C. Ability to make critical decisions under adverse or emergency conditions.
    D. Ability to obtain an Indiana Driver’s License and develop an above average driving ability.
    E. Ability to physically defend oneself.
    F. Ability to administer first aid.
    G. Require detailed knowledge of Department Goals and Procedures.
    H. May require the ability to analyze complex problems and design recommended sets of acceptable alternative solutions.
    I. Ability to perform chemical tests and operate specialized and or technical equipment such as radar, photographic equipment, audio/video recording devices.
    J. Knowledge of substantive criminal law, criminal procedural law and criminal rules of evidence and traffic laws.
    K. Broad knowledge of methods and procedures of conducting criminal investigations.
    L. 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.
    M. Work varies day-to-day involving many unique situations.
    N. Ability to use police communications equipment in a professional and appropriate manner.