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 firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include a closing date for accepting applications. If no date is provided, the posting will expire after 30 days.
- Hiring: Indiana Law Enforcement Academy
- Hiring: Lake County Sheriff’s Department
- Hiring: Indiana Gaming Commission Enforcement Division
- Hiring: Franklin Police Department
- Hiring: Edinburgh Police Department
- Hiring: Plainfield Police Department
- Hiring: Winamac Police Department
- Hiring: Indiana University Police Department
- Hiring: Fort Atkinson Wisconsin Police Department
- Hiring: Madison Police Department
- Hiring: Rushville Police Department
- Hiring: Culver Police Department
- Hiring: City of Chariton, Iowa
- Hiring: Hobart Police Department
- Hiring: Brooklyn Police Department
- Hiring: Gas City City Police Department
- Hiring: Indiana State Excise Police
- Hiring: Bloomington Police Department
- Hiring: Kokomo Police Department
- Hiring: West Lafayette Police Department
- Hiring: Blackford County Sheriff’s Office
- Hiring: South Bend Police Department
- Hiring: Avon School Police Department
- Hiring: Richmond Indiana Police Department
- Hiring: Town of Rockville
- Hiring: Butler University Police Department
- Hiring: Clinton County Sheriff’s Office
- Hiring: Portage Police Department
- Hiring: Tipton Police Department
- Hiring: Ball State University Police Department
- Hiring: Greenfield Police Department
- Hiring: Burlington Police Department
- Hiring: Angola City Police Department
- Hiring: Hendricks County Sheriff’s Office
- Hiring: Pokagon Band of Potawatomi Indians
- Hiring: Fishers Police Department
- Hiring: Muncie Police Department
- Hiring: Anderson Police Department
- Hiring: Town of New Carlisle
- Hiring: Grand Rapids Police Department
- Hiring: Elkhart Police Department
- Hiring: City of Dunkirk Police Department
- Hiring: Middlebury Police Department
- Hiring: Grant County Sheriff’s Office
- Hiring: Gibson County Sheriff's Office
- Hiring: Elkhart County Sheriff’s Office
- Hiring: Mishawaka Police Department
- Hiring: University of Indianapolis Police Department
- Hiring: Lafayette Police Department
For more information on exciting opportunities, including benefits and qualifications, go to www.workforindiana.in.gov and search keyword: ILEA.
The Lake County Sheriff’s Department is now accepting applications for Emergency Hire.
Applications will only be accepted using the following link: Lake County Sheriff's, IN Police Jobs - Certified | PublicSafetyApp
All applications will need to be submitted by Friday, August 26, 2022. Any questions can be directed to email@example.com
* Must be a certified Police Officer having graduated from a law enforcement academy
* Must be a US Citizen
* High School Graduate or GED
* NO Felony Convictions or Domestic Violence Convictions
* Drug Free/Submit to taking a Drug Screening Test
* Must possess a valid driver’s license
* Must reside within Lake County within 6 months from date of hire
Starting Salary $56,745.00
Uniform Allowance $1300 year/$650 Bi-Annually
12 paid holidays
10 Sick/Personal days
1 week vacation after 6 months of service, increases based on years of service
Insurance eligible after 90 days
-Single Insurance $20 per pay
-Family Insurance $37.50 per pay
Take home vehicles
The Indiana Gaming Commission Enforcement Division is now accepting applications from those that are current Law Enforcement Officers. Individuals who meet this requirement and who are interested in beginning a rewarding career as a Gaming Enforcement Agent may click on the link below to access the application.
After completion send your application and resume to the IGC recruiting inbox listed below by the application deadline.
The deadline to submit is by August 30, 2022. Applications received after the deadline will not be accepted.
Application link: https://www.in.gov/igc/files/SOI%20Employment%20Application-RE.pdf
Applicants should complete the application, along with their resume and submit to the IGC recruiting inbox: IGCRecruiting@igc.in.gov
In addition, the IGC website will provide a detailed synopsis of the hiring process. The IGC website can be found at: https://www.in.gov/igc/
Basic Eligibility Current Requirements and consideration factors for a IGC Enforcement Agent:
* Must be certified current Law Enforcement
* Possess and maintain a valid driver’s license.
* Be a minimum of 21 years of age.
* No felony convictions.
* Successfully pass a background investigation.
* Successfully pass any (online) written test. **If you have a bachelor’s degree or higher, you will not be required to take the (online) written test. But will be required to provide proof.
* Successfully pass IGC Field Training.
* Successfully pass polygraph test.
Please contact IGC Law Enforcement Human Resources Director, Carmen Steadham with any questions at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
You may also contact IGC Law Enforcement Deputy Superintendent Dan Hirst at: email@example.com or IGC Law Enforcement Superintendent Rob Townsend at: RTownsend@igc.in.gov.
City of Franklin Police Department Merit Officer Hiring Process
Must have US citizenship
Must be over the age of 21 and not more than 39 at time of appointment
Must have a clean criminal history
Must have at least a high school diploma or GED
Must have a valid drivers license
Applicants who were in the military should not have been dishonorably discharged
Competitive salary & increase after 1 year
Health, Dental, and Vision Insurance
1977 Police/Fire Pension
Paid Time Off
Take Home Vehicle (within surrounding counties)
State of the art gym with paid workout time
For more information please visit our interest form.
Posting expires September 12, 2022
The Edinburgh Police Department is currently seeking applicants for the position of full time 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 and have no felony or misdemeanor convictions.
Lateral applicants are also encouraged to apply, further information can be provided if needed.
Selected applicants for the Police Officer position must be able to pass a Physical Agility test (ILEA Exit Standards), pass written testing, pass a background investigation and graduate from the Indiana Law Enforcement Academy.
* Vision/Dental/Medical Insurance
* 12 Hour shifts with alternating weekends off
* Retirement Benefits
* Take Home Vehicle at conclusion of probationary period
* Uniform allowance
* Paid PTO and Holiday time
* Starting salary at $42,752.32 with raise after 1st year
* Pay raise based on 3-year matrix
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/ under the Police Departments page.
Return the completed application to Attn: Deputy Chief Hector Mercado no later than 5:00 pm on Friday September 16, 2022.
Any questions email Deputy Chief Hector Mercado at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 812-526-3501.
The Plainfield Metropolitan Police Department has full-time openings. Plainfield Metropolitan Police Department is running a process for lateral transfers and non-certified applicants. ALL ARE ENCOURAGED TO APPLY!
Please complete your online application at www.townofplainfield.com beginning August 12, 2022. All required paperwork must be submitted at check-in on the morning of the agility testing. You will NOT be considered for further screening until all required paperwork is filed with us.
The agility testing date has not yet been determined. You will be notified via email once your application has been processed and the testing date has been scheduled. The agility testing will take approximately 3 hours for all applicants to complete. You should not plan anything else that may conflict with completing the entire testing phase as there will be no exceptions! You should wear workout clothes to the test site as there will be no changing facilities available. Please bring or wear tennis shoes as there will be no street shoes permitted on the gym floor during the test.
Please be prompt as late arrivals will be denied access to the testing room. No applicants will be allowed to take the test without first calling in a reservation with Tina Foster at (317)754-5318. You will then need to provide your name, birthday, social security number, and telephone number.
SALARY:$1,975.20 - $2,332.80 Biweekly
$51,355.20 - $60,652.80 Annually
OPENING DATE: August 12, 2022
CLOSING DATE: September 18, 2022 at 11:59 PM
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 email email@example.com.
The Winamac Police Department is accepting applications for Police Officer.
Pay rates are between $20.13 and $22.48 per hour depending on qualifications.
Applicants must be between 21 and 39 years of age, have a valid Indiana Driver's license, high school diploma or equivalent, be a US citizen, have no convictions for a felony or domestic battery, pass a physical and aptitude test, and be accepted to the 1977 pension fund.
The Town of Winamac offers several other benefits such as:
11 Holidays off per year
Vacation, sick, and personal days off
$1.00 per year for single medical insurance
Vision and dental insurance
Health Savings Account
1977 Police Officers Retirement Fund
Several training opportunities
Applications are available at the Winamac Town office located at 120 W Main St. Winamac, IN. 46996.
Applications are also available on the Winamac Police Department website https://www.townofwinamac.com/police-department/
Please hand deliver or mail applications to:
Chief Tyler Campbell
120 W Main St.
Winamac, IN. 46996
Applications are due August 26, 2022 at 1600 hours.
Indiana University Police Department is accepting applications for Patrol Officer positions at the following campuses: Bloomington, Gary, Indianapolis, and South Bend.
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. IUPD is not enrolled in PERF and we waive the PT test for any Tier I certified lateral transfers.
Please visit jobs.iu.edu to apply for posting number 302111. Deadline for accepting applications is September 6, 2022.
Interested in working where you vacation? Come to the North! Fort Atkinson, WI Police Department is looking for Lateral Transfer Officers
Responsibilities: Perform variety of tasks associated with police patrol, criminal and municipal law enforcement, respond to emergency and non-emergency calls for service, problem solving with strong focus on community policing and teamwork.
Qualifications: U.S. citizen; Minimum age - 21; Driver license; Good driving record; Good physical condition; Ability to obtain Wisconsin Law Enforcement Standards Board Certification; High school diploma; 60 college credits; Ability to possess a firearm; No felony convictions; No domestic abuse convictions; Vision correctable to 20/20; Good verbal and written communication skills; React quickly and effectively to stressful situations; Able to work evenings, weekends, and holidays; Knowledge and skills in operating computer systems; Clear and concise speech; Ability to handle several tasks simultaneously; Ability to perform essential functions of this position; Ability to use all standard law enforcement equipment;
Salary Range: $29.11 - $32.87 per hour
Start out at a higher wage, Top pay in 24 months.
Benefits: Wisconsin retirement fund; Health insurance; Life insurance; Sick leave; Dental; Vision; Paid holidays - 10; Clothing allowance; Longevity pay; Deferred Compensation; Vacation.
Application Deadline: 4:00pm on September 12, 2022
Submit Cover Letter, Resume & DJLE-330 Application to:
Records Clerk Lisa Langer
Fort Atkinson Police Department
101 S. Water Street West
Fort Atkinson, WI 53538-2028
Phone: (920) 397-9905
Officer Application Link: DJ-LE-330 Form
The Madison Police Department is accepting applications for the position of Patrol Officer
Working Schedule: Twelve hour shifts 6:00 AM to 6:00 PM & 6:00 PM to 6:00 AM - work Mon, Tue, off Wed, Thur, work Fri, Sat, Sun. Next week off Mon, Tue, work Wed, Thur, off Fri, Sat, Sun.
Annual Salary / Benefits: Patrol Officer $53,859.73 / take home car / shift pay / holiday pay / clothing allowance / paid overtime opportunities / incentive stipend for specialty fields / cell phone stipend / medical & dental benefits.
IF CHOSEN, TIER ONE ACADEMY GRADUATES IN GOOD STANDING WILL RECEIVE $1000.00 DOLLAR SIGN ON BONUS.
IN ADDITION, TIER ONE HIRES WILL RECEIVE LONGEVITY PAY FOR THEIR YEARS OF TIER ONE SERVICE WITH THEIR PREVIOUS LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCY.
For additional information and to receive an application, please contact Chief John I. Wallace @ (812) 265-3347 or cell (812) 801-3040. Posting expires September 8, 2022. The Madison Police Department is an EOE.
The City of Rushville Police Department is currently accepting applications for the position of Police Officer
Interested parties are encouraged to complete and turn in an application.
All applications must be turned in to the Rushville Police Department by Friday, September 16, 2022 by 4:00 PM.
Applications can be obtained in the following ways:
1. In person at the Rushville Police Department, 270 W 15th Street, Rushville, IN 46173
2. Via email from Chief of Police Craig Tucker at firstname.lastname@example.org
3. Online at https://cityofrushville.in.gov/Police%20Application%20Fillable.pdf.
All applicants MUST:
Be between 21-40 years of age before appointment to the Department
Possess a High School Diploma or a GED
Have a valid driver’s license through the State of Indiana
Have no previous arrest history or Protection Orders
Legally be able to carry a firearm
Prior to being hired, applicants MUST successfully complete:
A Written Test and Physical Agility Assessment based on ILEA Exit Standards
Thorough Background Investigation
Formal Interview Process
Successful Completion of PERF physical and psychological testing
The Rushville Police Department is a well-rounded agency with over 100 years of history and heritage.
This position provides an opportunity to work in a very progressive and supportive community that is “on-the-grow” and also includes opportunities for advanced training in various aspects of law enforcement.
Base salary for 2022 for the position of Patrolman with the Rushville Police Department is $44,590.00.
Insurance and retirement program options are also available as well as other amenities.
Any additional questions or comments may be directed to Chief of Police Craig M. Tucker at the Rushville Police Department via email at email@example.com or telephone at 765-932-3907.
The Culver Police Department is accepting applications for the position of a Full-time Deputy Marshal for the Town of Culver, Indiana. Applications may be picked up at the Culver Town Hall located at 200 E. Washington St. Culver, Indiana, between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. Monday
through Friday. Applicants must be at least 21 years of age or older with no felony convictions, and have a high school diploma, or equivalent. Annual salary range will be from $45,800 to $52,300, including benefits.
Applications will be accepted until 4:00 p.m. on Friday, September 9, 2022. Mailed applications must be post marked on or before September 9, 2022.
Printable applications are available online at:
The City of Chariton is Hosting Physical Testing for Our Next Patrol Officer for the Chariton Police Department on Saturday, September 17, 2022.
Interested Applicants: Please send a cover, resume, and three professional references to Laura Liegois, City Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Once received, a confirmation e-mail of testing date, time, and location will be sent to each candidate.
Deadline for sign up for testing is Wednesday, September 14, 2022, at 4:30 pm.
The City of Chariton offers an excellent benefit package for employees:
* Starting wages for officers: $25.00 per hour (non-certified ILEA)
* Starting wages for certified officers varies with experience
* Health and Dental Insurance – 80% paid by the City and 20% paid by employee
* Life Insurance Policy
* Optimal Eye Insurance Coverage
* IPERS and ICMA Retirement Benefits
* Paid Vacation, Sick Leave, Holiday, and Personal Leave
* The City of Chariton is an Equal Opportunity Employer
*Now Hiring, Full-Time Officers with Lateral Option & Reserve Officers*
The Hobart Police Department will be starting an application process 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 40 years of age at time of appointment.
If candidate is 40 years of age or older, the candidate must be a current member of the Indiana Municipal Police & Firefighters Pension Fund.
Interested parties may download an application at the below link.
Applications must be submitted in person to the Hobart Police Department, 705 E. 4th Street, by September 6, 2022 at 6:00pm.
Physical agility testing and written examination will take place on Saturday, September 10, 2022.
Applicants whom have successfully graduated from the Indiana Law Enforcement Academy or out of state equivelant and have 1 year or more as a full‐time police officer, will not be required to participate in the physical agility & written assessment.
Full Time General & Lateral Officers Application:
Reserve Officer Application:
Hiring Flyer - info on Pay & benefits:
The Brooklyn Police Department is accepting applications for experienced reserve police officers.
To be considered, you must:
1. Have a minimum of a 40 Hour Pre-basic Certification and all relevant state mandated training (must be current).
2. Have a minimum of two years of verifiable law enforcement (street/road) experience.
3. No felony or disqualifying misdemeanor convictions.
4. Clean driving record.
5. H.S. Diploma or Equivalent
6. Must reside in Morgan, Johnson, Marion, Hendricks, Owen, Monroe, Brown, or Putnam County.
7. Work weekends and special events as needed.
8. Submit your completed application with relevant documents by August 26, 2022.
If you have any questions, please email Lt. Wood at email@example.com
Apply online at: https://www.brooklynpolice.org/reserve-police-officer-application/
The City of Gas City will accept applications for the immediate hire of a Patrol Officer for the City of Gas City, Indiana.
This posting will begin August 2, 2022 at 12 pm and run through August 26, 2022.
Applications must be returned to the Gas City Police Department no later than August 26, 2022 at 12 pm. Lateral transfers are accepted and encouraged.
An application and a job description may be obtained from the Gas City Police Department at 211 East Main Street, Gas City, IN or via our department website https://www.gascitypolice.net/employment-application
The Gas City Police Department offers the following benefits:
-2022 Base Patrolman Salary of $46562
-$1000 clothing allowance
-Health, Vision, and Dental Insurance cost of $1 a year for either single individuals or a family
-City also contributes the following towards a Health Savings account each calendar year: $2000 for single individuals or $4000 for a family
-1977 Police Retirement Fund
If you have any questions email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 765-677-1024.
Hiring 10+ New Recruits/ Lateral Officers in multiple districts! Extended application period and additional testing dates/locations added. You must submit Employment Notification Form ASAP online https://www.in.gov/atc/isep/2369.htm to be considered and receive full application packet. Posting closes August 20, 2022
Excise Officers are on a 20 yr. pay matrix with pre-determined annual increases. The starting recruit salary is $47,000 or $1,807 bi-weekly during the first 8 weeks while in recruit school. Lateral hires start at the probationary officer pay of $51,000 or $1,961 bi-weekly.
The Indiana State Excise Police (ISEP) is the law enforcement division of the Indiana Alcohol & Tobacco Commission. Excise officers are fully certified police officers with powers across the state of Indiana. The primary mission of the department is to provide professional and efficient law enforcement service with an emphasis on Indiana's alcohol & tobacco laws. Along with their law enforcement responsibilities, Excise Officers are also charged with the administrative enforcement of Indiana alcohol & tobacco laws in any and all establishments that hold an alcoholic beverage permit and/or a tobacco sales certificate. Some typical duties of an officer are listed below but are not all inclusive as their assignments can often change daily.
* Patrol large scale sporting events and concert venues
* Patrol college campuses, including during sporting events and tailgating
* Investigate citizen complaints in licensed establishments
* Alcohol/Tobacco compliance checks
* Determine suitability for licensure of those who apply for a permit to manufacture, transport and sell alcoholic beverages in the State of Indiana
* Act as liaisons between the ATC and Federal, State and local law enforcement agencies
* Conduct long-term criminal investigations
Working for ISEP is a rewarding career with numerous benefits. ISEP provides excellent affordable medical/dental/vision/prescription/life insurance for individuals, families, and retirees; Annual salary increases; Flexible work schedules; Overtime opportunities; Tuition reimbursement; Take-home vehicles; 12 paid vacation days annually with additional days after 5, 10, and 20 yrs.; Paid sick and personal days; 15 paid holidays; 150 hours New Parent Leave; Lifetime pension; Deferred Compensation plan with matching; Prior military and law enforcement service purchase options into pension; GI Bill on the job training benefits and more..
* Be a citizen of the United States.
* Be at least 21 years of age to attend the Excise Police Recruit Training Academy.
* High school diploma or General Educational Development (G.E.D.) certificate.
* Have a valid driver’s license.
* Must be willing to serve in, or be assigned to, any district in the State of Indiana and the ability to work rotating shifts.
* Must be able to pass a character, financial and background check.
* More in-depth list of qualifications can be found on our employment page. https://www.in.gov/atc/isep/employment
Hiring Phases (Each step must be passed to proceed to the next; all dates/locations below are subject to change):
* Written examination (locations/dates subject to change) LATERAL EXEMPT-
* Saturday, August 13, 2022- SW Indiana Law Enforcement Academy, Evansville;
* Saturday, August 20, 2022- Indiana Law Enforcement Academy, Plainfield;
* Wednesday, August 24, 2022- Ivy Tech, Marion
* Physical Agility (Will take place the same day after passing written exam) Standards: Vertical Jump/13.5 Inches; One Minute Sit-ups/24; 300 Meter Run/82 Seconds; Maximum Push-ups/21; 1.5 Mile Run/18 Minutes 56 Seconds
* Application submission (Turned in after passing physical agility)
* Oral interviews- September 12th-16th, IN Government Center, Indianapolis
* Conditional employment offer - Polygraph examination; Background Investigation; Superintendent interview, Psychological examination; Drug screen; and Medical examination
* Civilian applicants must meet all established pre-employment minimum standards, as well as successfully complete all testing, screening, and background screening components.
* Civilian recruits must attend the 8-week ISEP Recruit School that is housed at the Indiana Law Enforcement Academy.(Approximately 4 weeks will be virtual learning)
* Within 1 yr. of completing ISEP recruit school, civilian recruits must also attend the 16-week Tier 1 Basic Course at the Indiana Law Enforcement Academy.
Lateral Police Applicants:
* The ISEP Lateral Employment Program is an alternate selection process for applicants currently or previously employed by a local, state, or federal law enforcement agency, or a university or hospital department operated under state law, in a law enforcement capacity in which the applicant has or had the power of arrest and is or was authorized by the agency to carry a weapon.
* EXEMPT from Written Examination!
* Lateral applicants must meet all established pre-employment minimum standards, as well as successfully complete all testing, screening, and background screening components.
* Lateral applicants must possess an Indiana Law Enforcement Academy (ILEA) certification or another state or federal certification accepted through the ILEA waiver requirement.
* Lateral applicants with Indiana certification or waivers must successfully complete an accelerated Recruit School and Field Training Program.
To be considered for the current hiring process and receive a full application packet, applicants must complete and submit the Employment Notification Form online! https://www.in.gov/atc/isep/2369.htm
Please visit https://www.in.gov/atc/isep to learn more about the Indiana State Excise Police and Indiana Alcohol and Tobacco Commission.
** ISEP does not accept applications/resumes through online job boards. You must submit the Employment Notification Form directly on the department’s website. **
Bloomington Police Hosting Open Hiring Process on August 27, 2022
To start the application process and register for testing, submit your contact information at: https://bloomington.in.gov/police/employment. Physical and written testing will take place in Bloomington on August 27th beginning at 7:45 am.
BPD offers many growth opportunities including extensive training and opportunities to specialize including detective, special investigations, CIRT officer, hostage negotiation, dive team, civil disturbance unit, honor guard, training instructor, field training officer, and Downtown Resource Officer.
Salary & Benefit Highlights:
-$5,000 hiring bonus for previously certified police officers ($2,500 at start and $2,500 at completion of field training)
-$55,889 starting salary for probationary officers.
-Salary will increase after completing the probationary year to the rate of an Officer First Class: $66,327 in 2023, $68,184 in 2024, $70,161 in 2025, and $72,266 in 2026.
-Numerous overtime opportunities, many of which are paid at time and a half
-$750 per month rent assistance for residences located inside Bloomington city limits beginning at start of employment
-$18,000 one-time down payment assistance available after completing the probationary year for residences located inside Bloomington city limits
-Beginning vacation leave: 28 days (prorated first year)
-Unlimited sick leave with full pay
-Free unlimited access to private fitness facility
-Free unlimited access to on-staff Tactical Athletic Trainer for treatment and prevention of on and off-duty injuries
-Free unlimited confidential access to on-staff social workers for consultation, referrals, and/or treatment regarding mental and emotional wellbeing
Additional details at: https://bloomington.in.gov/police/employment
The Kokomo Police Department is currently accepting applications for Entry Level Patrol Officers and Lateral Transfer Officers.
Applications will be accepted until August 28, 2022.
Requirements for Basic:
1. Must be at least 21 and less than 40 years of age at time of appointment
2. Mus be a U.S. citizen
3. Possess a valid Indiana Driver’s License
4. High school diploma or GED equivalent
5. Reside within 50 miles of the City of Kokomo at the time of appointment
1. 2022 salary $ 60,633 (1st Class Patrolman)
2. Pension Plan
3. Shift differential
4. Clothing allowance
5. Longevity pay
6. Health, Vision, and Dental Insurance
Visit JoinKokomoPD.com to register for the fall pre-hire test
Call/Text KPD recruiter at (765) 437-5409
Your application may be returned by E-mail, personally delivered, or mailed to:
Kokomo Police Department
100 S. Union St.
Kokomo, Indiana 46901
Attn: Officer Forestal
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.
* $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
The Blackford County Sheriff’s Office is currently accepting applications for Sheriff’s Deputy.
Applications can be picked up at the Blackford County Sheriff’s Office located at 0064 N 500 E Hartford City, IN 47348 or you can request a copy be emailed to you by contacting Chief Deputy Jim Heflin by email at email@example.com.
The application deadline will be August 19, 2022.
For Questions please contact Sheriff Jeff Sones or Chief Deputy Heflin at 765-348-0930.
-$44,000 starting salary
-$1,200 clothing allowance
-$1,500 Special Assignment pay
-$1,500 for shooting expert, passing a physical agility test, and completing 12hours of physical tactics
- Longevity pay based on years of service.
-Take-home car program
-13.5 paid holidays
South Bend Police Department is hosting another one-day hiring event on Saturday, August 27, 2022 open to both new recruits and laterals. (More details in the attached image).
A landing page with more information about both new recruit and lateral positions… AND the testing day can be accessed at: sbpolicejobs.com
The Avon School Police Department is accepting applications for the position of School Resource Officer.
ASPD School Resource Officers will be specially trained, assigned to a school and given leadership opportunities within the police department.
The Avon School Police Department is looking for professionals who are good at building relationships, willing to be involved in the community and passionate about helping kids be successful.
Starting pay for ASPD officers is between $52,000 and $56,000 commensurate with experience.
ASPD officers enjoy extensive law enforcement training opportunities, a take-home vehicle, 205-day calendar (Summer Break, Fall Break, Winter Break, Spring Break off plus 11 paid holidays), extra-duty opportunities to earn additional income, competitive medical benefits and PERF retirement options.
Tier I ILEA-certification preferred.
Applications will be accepted until position is filled.
For questions, email Chief Lyday at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Apply online at avon-schools.org.
The Richmond Indiana Police Department is hiring for the position of Patrol Officer.
Starting salary for a probationary Patrol Officer is $47,713 and $53,014 after probation.
Officers have take home cars after the probation period.
RPD offers up to 5 years of longevity pay for academy certified officers with experience from other agencies.
Benefits include paid vacation and personal time, shift differential, education incentive, longevity pay, uniform allowance, and more.
RPD Officers will be receiving a 6% salary increase in 2023.
A printable application is available online at https://www.richmondindiana.gov/resources/police-department-career-opportunities
and may also be obtained from the Richmond Police Department.
A Richmond Public Safety Job Fair will be held on Saturday, Aug. 6, 2022 from 11am-2pm. at the Richmond Fire and Police training center located at 1740 So. 8th Street Richmond, IN.
For more information email Major Jon Bales at email@example.com
Posting expires August 27, 2022
The Town of Rockville, Indiana is accepting applications for a full-time position of Chief of Police.
Job Summary: Town of Rockville is announcing the search for its next Chief of the Rockville Police Department. Reporting to the Public Safety Commission, the Chief of Police is the top law enforcement officer for Rockville and is ultimately responsible for protecting and serving the community. The leader we seek will lead the Rockville Police Department and engage the surrounding communities as the public representative for the Police Department. All applicants should be self-motivated, hardworking, have a positive attitude, and maintain a clear-thinking ability in a high stress environment.
Master's degree in Criminal Justice, Higher Education Administration, Public Administration, or related field.
* Bachelor's degree in Criminal Justice, Higher Education Administration, Public Administration, or related field.
* In lieu of a degree, consideration will be given to an equivalent combination of related education and required work experience.
* Successful completion of FBI National Academy.
* Possess eight (8) or more years of progressive experience in police operations, including five (5) years of administrative and supervisory experience.
* Obtain and maintain Indiana Police Officer certification, including completion of mandatory hours of continuing education annually as appropriate.
* Have expert knowledge of public safety, law enforcement, security methods, and regulations pertaining to the activities within the town limits.
* Have knowledge of pertinent state and federal laws and all other relevant equipment, policies, procedures, and strategies to promote effective local, state, or national security operations to protect people, data, property, and institutions.
* Demonstrate knowledge of business and management principles involved in strategic planning, resource allocation, leadership technique, and coordination of people and resources.
* Be responsible to assist the Police Commission in hiring and promotional decisions and implement or approve disciplinary measures.
* Prepare and submit an annual budget proposal to the Town Board for review and approval.
* Be able to lead, take charge, and offer opinions and direction.
* Work diligently to ensure standards of conduct, discipline, and morale.
* Be able to deal calmly and effectively with high-stress situations.
* Have ability to use logic and reasoning to identify the strengths and weaknesses of alternative solutions, conclusions, or approaches to problems.
* Demonstrate the ability to develop constructive and cooperative working relationships, build mutual trust and respect with others, and maintain them over time.
* Have a high standard of integrity, performance, and professional behavior.
* Display strong verbal and written communication skills.
* Be physically and mentally capable of performing all duties of a police officer
Candidates must include:
1. A Letter of Interest describing why you are interested in this role, why you are a good fit for the
position based on your experience, and why it is now a good time for you to consider the opportunity.
3. Copies of Professional Certifications
Starting salary of $54,000 yearly. Paid out at $2076.93 Bi-weekly
Qualifying Indiana Public Employees Retirement Fund
Health, Dental and Vision Insurance
Paid Time Off: Holidays, Personal Days, Bereavement, Accrued Vacation, and Sick Leave
Applicants must mail completed packets to include Applicant Letters of Interest, Resumes, and copies of Professional Certifications, to the following address:
Police Commission - Town of Rockville
c/o Wallace Law Firm
114 South Market Street
Rockville, IN 47872
*All applicant documentation must be received, via U.S. Mail, by the close of business on August 25, 2022, at 4:00 P.M.
Please feel free to contact the Town of Rockville Police Commission at the following email address: firstname.lastname@example.org , if you have any further questions concerning this position.
Butler University police department is looking to fill a position of a Police Officer. Officers are assigned to permanent shifts, (Current late Shift Opening).
The Police Officer is responsible for making arrests, conducting search and seizure, traffic enforcement, crash investigation, public safety and service, investigation of criminal incidents, and maintaining public order on the University campus and surrounding area. Work involves patrolling all campus areas, buildings and parking lots day and night. Police Officers must exercise good judgment and discretion in dealing with violators of laws and University regulations. Police Officers may be required to work special assignments, special events or be on call.
* HS Diploma
* Problem solving.
* Communication: Written and Oral.
* LEA Tier 1 Basic (6 months) , AED / CPR Certification (1 year)
Applications are accepted online at the following URL:
Posting expires August 27, 2022
Butler University is an equal opportunity employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive and equitable environment for all employees. We welcome applications from all individuals, regardless of age, gender, gender identity, sex, race, religion, color, disability, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, national origin, or any other legally protected category.
The Clinton County Sheriff’s Office is accepting applications for the position of Merit Deputy. Starting salary for probationary deputies is $54,096.
The Clinton County Sheriff’s Office has a lateral entry program (current police officers and ILEA waiver/certified candidates) including vacation days, non-probationary deputy salary, and a take home vehicle after completion of the field training program.
Apply today by picking up an application at the Clinton County Sheriff’s Office or online at https://www.clintoncountysheriff.com/careers/ .
The application deadline is noon on September 2, 2022.
Testing dates will be September 10, 2022, and September 17, 2022. For any questions, please contact Lieutenant Ryan Ashlock at email@example.com.
Application packets for the position of Probationary Patrol Officer with the Portage Police Department will be available from Monday July 25, 2022, starting at 7:00 am through Friday August 19, 2022, at 3:00 pm.
All applications must be completed and returned to the Portage Police Department no later than 3:00 pm on Friday September 2, 2022.
Those interested in applying may pick up an application packet at the Portage Police Department at 6260 Central Ave.
If you are unable to pick up application packet in person please contact Administrative Assistant Debbie Bolin at firstname.lastname@example.org or 219-762-3122
The 2022 salary for a Probationary Officer (without experience) is $52,480.33
After three years of service the salary increases to $59,794.90.
Probationary Officer (with experience) is $59,794.90
6% wage increase in 2023 & 8% wage increase in 2024
Pension base at $77,599.45 +longevity.
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 email@example.com 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.
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.
-Paid time off
-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
The Greenfield Police Department is accepting applications for the position of full-time Police Officer. Lateral applicants are also encouraged to apply. Applicants must be at least 21 years old and less than 40 years old (per pension requirements) at the time of being sworn-in, possess high school diploma/GED, valid driver’s license, and US Citizenship.
*Probationary pay of $58,815.98
* Senior Patrolman (after 3 years) salary $64,910.38
* Uniforms and equipment furnished
* Take-home car program with off-duty use (if residence within 22 miles of Department)
* Medical, dental and vision insurance plans (PPO/HSA options)
* Paid overtime opportunities and compensatory time accrual
* INPRS 1977 Pension
*Longevity Pay up to $3,000 ($150 per year of service)
*Body Worn Camera Technology
*Visible tattoos and facial hair allowed (with restrictions)
*On-duty workout time in our gym
*Many opportunities for specialties and advancement
* Lateral transfer program
o Abbreviated lateral FTO program
o Take-home vehicle after successful completion of Field Training Program
o Pay rate and vacation days reflect years of prior service (ILEA Graduation date) after completion of FTO
Applications will be accepted July 15, 2022 thru August 31, 2022. Applications are to be completed online at www.policeapp.com. The Physical Agility Test (ILEA Exit Standards) and the Written Test will be conducted on Saturday, September 17th at 8am. The location will be announced after Aug. 31st. Upon successful completion of the physical agility and written test, interviews will be scheduled during the week of October 10th.
For further questions, please contact Deputy Chief Chuck McMichael or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
(Expires August 31, 2022 )
The Burlington Police Department is looking to fill one Vacancy for the position of Part Time Deputy Marshal.
Applicants need to be certified Indiana Law Enforcement Officers who are in good standing with ILEA.
The position requires 15 hrs a week at $20/hr. Hours are flexible and most Deputies make their own schedule as long as hours are filled.
Applications can be picked up in person at the Burlington Town Hall ( 49 S Michigan Street # 2 Burlington IN) or email Marshal Darron Giancola at email@example.com.
There is no deadline and this position will be open until filled by the right candidate.
The Angola City Police Department is now accepting applications for Police Officer Candidates for the purpose of establishing an eligibility list for current and future vacancies. Applicants must:
* be a resident citizen of the United States of America
* be at least 21 years of age and have not reached 40 years of age at the time of appointment to the Department
* be a high school graduate or possess a High School Equivalency or GED
* possess a valid driver’s license
* have no record of felony convictions
* have no misdemeanor conviction of domestic violence
* if prior military, be Honorably Discharged
* be of good moral character and possess a high degree of honesty and integrity
* possess an acceptable level of verbal and written skills to successfully execute the essential duties and functions of the job
* possess an acceptable level of dexterity to successfully execute the essential duties and functions of the job
* possess the ability to interact appropriately with the public, team members, elected officials and others
* Wage Range - $1476.89 - $1,969.19 / bi-weekly (26 pays per year) – Starting wage is based on applicable skills and experience.
Applications may be obtained at the Angola City Police Department, 202 W Gilmore St Angola, IN 46703. Applicants unable to pick up an application in person should contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Applications must be received no later than 12:00 PM., Friday, August 19, 2022. The City of Angola is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Lateral applications for ILEA certified officers are welcome. Questions can be directed to Assistant Chief Darrin Taylor at email@example.com.
The Hendricks County Sheriff’s Office is currently accepting applications for full time Courthouse Security Deputy openings.
Hendricks County Government offers a wide array of benefits for all full-time employees including:
Paid Time Off (PTO)
Starting Pay $20.44 / 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. Applications must be received by midnight on August 19, 2022.
NO PAPER APPLICATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED AT THE HENDRICKS COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE OR THE HENDRICKS COUNTY HUMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENT.
Full time Police Officer
Opening Date: 7/1/2022
Closing Date: Until Filled
CONTACT PERSON: Laura Desilets
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
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.
* 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.
* Assist other local police agencies with calls.
* Assist area police departments in carrying out their functions.
* Perform other related functions as assigned.
* 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.
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.
Additional Life Insurances, Long Term Disability and AFLAC
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 August 19, 2022.
The Muncie Police Department will be hosting a hiring process. Applications can be found online at www.cityofmuncie.com and select the link for Police Department, or can be obtained in person at Muncie City Hall in the Human Resources Office located on the 2nd floor. The application deadline to apply will be Friday, September 9, 2022 . The physical agility assessment and written test will take place on Sunday, April 10, 2022. Applicants will be notified after the application deadline of the finalized time and location for the physical assessment. For any questions, please contact the department at 765-747-4822 ext. 4.
- Probationary Salary- $43,940.85
- First Class Salary- $53,586.40
- Longevity rates based on years of certified service $900.00-$6,000.00
- Technical Pay for any certifications listed in the local C.B.A. with FOP Lodge 87.
- Degree Pay- $500.00 annually for Associate’s, $1000.00 annually for Bachelor’s, $1,500.00 annually for Master’s or Doctorate. (Added to annual salary following probationary year)
- Competitive vacation time (Maximum 320 annual hours at 20 years of service)
- 14 paid holidays
- $1,350 annually in clothing allowance (Paid in two installments-June and December) after probationary year.
- Personally assigned vehicle after successful completion of FTO program
- Shift differential for midnight shift (3% of starting salary) if assigned to midnight shift after probationary year.
- Health Savings Account with annual City contribution of $1,000.00 for successful completion healthy rewards required tasks.
- 12 hour rotating weekend off schedule for Uniform Division.
- Membership in 1977 Police and Firefighters Pension Fund
Text "JOINMPD" to 765-523-4547 or click this link for our online application.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org 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
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
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.
The Grand Rapids Police Dept. is currently hiring certified officers, or those that will be certified by December 2022. The deadline to apply is September 2, 2022 and the estimated start date is Dec. 12, 2022. Please see the attached flyer for details and our website, www.JOINGRPD.COM for much more information. Applications must be submitted through the city's website at the link below.
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 Program||Annually||Incentive||Bonus|
|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.email@example.com
Apply at https://elkhartpolice.org/careers/
APPLICATIONS ACCEPTED UNTIL POSITIONS ARE FILLED
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.
Middlebury Police Department is accepting applications for full-time officers.
Applications may be picked up at the Middlebury Police Department at 418 N Main St, Middlebury, IN. Monday - Friday
7:30am- 12:30pm and 1:30pm -4:30pm.
Must be at least 21
Must have valid driver's license
Must be able to pass drug test
Must be a US citizen
No Felony Convictions or Any Misdemeanor Convictions for Domestic Violence
Legal Ability to Possess a Firearm
Indiana Law Enforcement Academy (ILEA) certified preferred, but not required
Applicant must be able to complete the ILEA entry level physical standards
Health, Eye, Dental insurance
2nd and 3rd shift differential pay
5 Sick Days per year starting after 1 month of employment
Vacation after 1 year of employment
Applications will be taken until position is filled.
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
Retirement Benefits Pension & 457 B
Sick/ Personal/ & Vacation time
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 firstname.lastname@example.org Open until filled
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
Under limited supervision, responsible for the safety, security and supervision of the inmates that go through the Community Corrections program.
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
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)
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
* 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
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.
* 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 will have a New Officer Testing on Wednesday, June 29, 2022 at 5:00 (registration begins at 4:00 p.m.). Applications are due by Wednesday, June 22nd at 4:00 p.m. to Human Resources at 600 E. 3rd St. in Mishawaka or by email.
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 information for the next testing date.
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 email@example.com
(Expires December 31, 2022 )
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.
The Lafayette Police Department is accepting applications for the position of Police Officer, both entry level and experienced. The City of Lafayette is located in the north-central Indiana and represents the largest portion of the Greater Lafayette Area.
-Must be a US Citizen
-Must be between the ages of 21 and 40 at appointment
-No Felony Convictions
-High School Graduate (G.E.D. shall be considered)
-Applicants must be of good moral character
-Recruit Officer: $56,165
-2nd Year Officer: $59,447
-1st Class Officer: $66,009
The Lafayette Police Department will be accepting applications until September 30, 2022 . Additional information, as well as our application, can be found using the below link. If you have any questions, please contact Lieutenant Michael Brown at (765)807-1222 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.