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Police Officer (U.S. Capitol Police Officer)
As a United States Capitol Police (USCP) Officer LP-0083, you will perform a full range of police duties and responsibilities which include:
- Enforcing Federal, District of Columbia laws and regulations, and Department rules and regulations relating to law enforcement.
- Physically protect the Capitol complex, Members of Congress, visitors, and staff from threats of crime and disruption; preserving law and order; serving as a deterrent to crime and other violations of laws, rules, and regulations.
- Taking charge of accidents and crime scenes, restricting access; observing, stopping and questioning suspicious persons.
- Preparing reports and testifying in court.
- Performing protective services, guarding federally owned buildings and property, and protecting government equipment and property.
Upon successful completion of training, probationary period, time in grade, and completion of all experience requirements, future competitive promotions may be available to advance to a higher rank or officer within a specialized area such as: Patrol Mobile Response Division, Canine Section, Containment Emergency Response Team, Dignitary Protection Division, Intelligence Section, Hazardous Devices Section, Threats and/or other positions within the United States Capitol Police.
- Must be a United States citizen.
- Must meet position age requirements.
- Must possess and maintain a valid U.S. driver's license.
- Must show evidence of responsible driving in the last three years.
- Male applicants must be registered for Selective Service.
- Travel for hiring assessments and training is at applicant's expense.
- Must successfully complete a full field background investigation.
- Polygraph, medical assessment, criminal, credit, and tax check required.
- Must successfully complete all required training.
- Must successfully complete a probationary period.
Candidates must meet the following requirements to be minimally qualified for this position:
U.S. Citizenship - Only United States Citizens will receive consideration. Qualified applicants will be required to provide proof of citizenship early in the selection process.
Age Requirements - Applicants must be at least 21 years of age and not older than 37 at the time of appointment.
- Sworn officer positions with the USCP are subject to the mandatory retirement provisions of the Capitol Police Retirement Act which require officers to separate/retire from the USCP by age 57.
- As a result of the mandatory retirement requirement, you may be older than age 37 at the time of appointment only if you are currently serving in-or you previously served in-a Federal civilian law enforcement position that is subject to the mandatory retirement (by age 57) rules AND the years of law enforcement you already served PLUS the prospective/expected years of USCP law enforcement service will allow you to accumulate at least 20 years of combined total Federal law enforcement service by age 57.
Education - High School diploma or GED certificate is required.
Valid Driver's License - Applicants must possess a valid U.S. driver's license that has not been revoked or under suspension for the past three (3) years.
Criminal History Check - Must successfully pass a comprehensive criminal history check.
- A criminal history check will be performed on all qualified applicants.
- USCP Police Officers are required to possess a firearm and ammunition. Applicants who have been convicted of a misdemeanor crime of domestic violence cannot lawfully possess a firearm or ammunition and are ineligible for the position.
Credit Check - Must successfully pass a credit check. Applicants must not be in default or delinquent on any Federal guaranteed student loans.
Selective Service Registration - Male applicants must provide verification of registration with the Selective Service System or must verify exemption from the Selective Service System registration because of age or military status. Female applicants are exempt from Selective Service System registration. https://www.sss.gov/Registration/check-a-Registration/Verifcation-Form
Fingerprint Check - Applicants' fingerprints will be submitted to the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) for a check of the criminal history record.
Background Investigation - Must successfully complete all components of the USCP full field background investigation.
- There are few automatic grounds for rejection in the USCP background investigation process. Issues of misconduct, such as illegal drug use, driving under the influence, theft, arrest, or convictions may not be automatically disqualifying. However, deliberate misstatements, omissions, or intentionally withholding required information at any phase of the hiring process will result in a candidate's disqualification regardless of the nature or reason for the misstatement or omission. The primary reason candidates fail a background investigation is due to deliberately withholding or omitting material facts. Providing false and/or misleading information may be grounds for removal from the application and selection process.
Online Application and Questionnaire
Your completed application and required documents must be submitted by the closing date of this Vacancy Announcement to receive further consideration.
Your online application and answers to the attached assessment questionnaire will be reviewed and evaluated. As a result of this initial review, qualified applicants will be required to submit additional biographical information and supporting documents. A list of these documents will be provided to you during the selection process.
Further Evaluation of Qualified Candidates
Applicants must successfully complete all steps of the selection process to move forward for further consideration. Failure to do so may cause the applicant to become ineligible for this position. Applicants must provide all requested documents within established timeframes during each phase of the selection process to receive consideration.
The United States Capitol Police (USCP) is a premier Federal Law Enforcement Agency accredited by the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies (CALEA). Our mission is to protect the Congress, its Members, employees, visitors, and facilities so it can fulfill its constitutional responsibilities in a safe and open environment. We protect the legislative process, the symbol of our democracy, the people who carry out the process, and the millions of visitors who travel here to see democracy in action.
As an agency, we are a microcosm of America, representational of many races, colors, religions, political affiliations, sexual orientations, and ages. Our workforce derives from almost all 50 states and territories with some representation from other countries. We embrace and celebrate a diverse workforce where we believe inclusion makes our workplace stronger and respecting each individual as a person and as a professional is essential.
We represent the best in American policing. We act on the world stage every day of the year as a model in security, urban crime prevention, dignitary protection, specialty response capabilities, and homeland security. We are often the first face that visitors and employees encounter, and we leave a lasting impression that is reflective of the Legislative Branch and its role in America's democracy.
Open from August 1, 2017 to August 31, 2017
Security Officers (D & G License Valid ) Police Officer & Military
We are seeking a Security Officers with (D & G License Valid ) Police Officer experience & Military to become an essential part of our team.
- Monitor location to prevent theft, violence, or infractions of rule
- Request emergency personnel for high risk situations
- Data Report writing
- Previous experience in security, law enforcement, Military or other related fields
- Strong attention to detail
- Valid D & G License
New Orleans Police Officers Needed for Historic and Unique City! ( Best FOOD and MUSIC )!
Make a difference. Start a rewarding career in Law Enforcement Today in the city of New Orleans, as a Patrol Officer, with many opportunities to grow into a specialized unit like Detective, Investigator, Forensics, K9 and more!
"Be a Positive Force!"
ALL Military Men and Women and their families, Criminal Justice Graduates are Encouraged to Apply!
Competitive Police Officer salary and excellent benefits include:
Outstanding retirement plan;
Affordable and quality health, vision, and dental insurance for you and your family
Many types of additional, incentive and shift pay
10 paid holidays, 13 days of paid vacation and 15 days of paid military reserve leave each year
Earn $48,000 per year ($50,000 per year with a Bachelor's degree) after one year of qualified service.
To apply, you must:
be at least 21 years old.
be licensed to drive with a good driving record and driving experience.
be in good physical and psychological condition to perform the essential functions of the job of Police Officer.
possess a state approved G.E.D./high school diploma. drug free, no felonies.
Must be Effective Communicator, have compassion and respect for others.
City of Tallahassee – Police Officer/Trainee
- Lateral Hire Program
- G.I. Benefits/ Public Safety Officer On-the-Job Training Program
Qualifications, Minimum Training & Experience
Applicants must meet the following minimum requirements to qualify for employment as a Tallahassee Police Officer:
- Be a U.S. citizen
- At the time of hire, be at least 21 years old and a resident of the state of Florida living within a 35-mile radius of the intersection of N. Monroe Street and E. Tennessee Street, Tallahassee, Fl.
- Have completed a Law Enforcement Officer certification course and passed the Florida State Officer Certification Exam. If requesting Sponsorship to an academy, please visit TPD's Officer Trainee page.
- Possess a valid driver's license and have a satisfactory driving history
- Have vision correctable to 20/20, with color distinction and depth perception within an acceptable range
- From an accredited college, have a two-year degree or at least 60 semester hours (grade average of "C" or better). Two years of full-time sworn law enforcement experience or two years of full-time military service will substitute for this requirement.
- Have no convictions for any felony, perjury, false statement, or domestic violence. No DUI convictions past ten years. Other arrest histories are reviewed on a case-by-case basis.
- Have no pending criminal charges.
- Drug history review: No use of marijuana within three years of application. No use of any other drugs (including anabolic steroids) within ten years of application. No sale, distribution, manufacture, or transportation of any illegal drugs (as defined by F.S. 893.03). No use of prescription medication or other legally obtainable substance in a manner for which it was not intended within three years of application.
- Pass a thorough background investigation.
- Pass a Written Exercise, Oral Board, Truth Verification Exam, and Drug, Medical, and Psychological screenings.
Patrol officers typically work four, ten-hour days and have three days off.
- Competitive Salary (annual increases per PBA contract)
- Salary Enhancements:
- State educational incentive: up to $130/mo. ($1560/yr.)
- Physical Fitness: up to $45/mo. ($540/yr.)
- MGIB for military veterans and members of military reserves/National Guard during Academy and throughout probationary year
- Lateral Pay Plan for prior experience
- Take-home vehicle program (must live in Leon County to take vehicle home)
- Weapons, equipment, uniforms, soft body armor and shoes furnished
- Free uniform cleaning
- Tuition assistance for college courses ($150.00 reimbursement/class)
- Group dental, medical and life insurance plans
- Contribution to 401K/457 pension enhancement (subject to IRS rules [CY-2008 - $15,500/yr. + $5,000 catch-up for previous year])
- City Retirement: vested after five years; may retire with full benefits following 25 years service or at age 55 with at least five years’ service
- 1-20 years 3% accrual and 20-25 years 4% accrual (additional 3 months to get to 81%)
- The maximum retirement salary accrual is 81%
- Five-year D.R.O.P. (Deferred Retirement Option Plan) after standard retirement
- Medical Insurance supplement ($5/yr. of service; max = $150/mo.)
- At retirement: Payment for all personal leave and compensatory time at base rate of pay; payment for one-third of accrued sick leave, up to a maximum of 700 hours; medical insurance supplement.
- COLA (Cost of Living Adjustment) begins at age 55
How to Apply to be a Police Officer
Thank you for considering joining the Tallahassee Police Department. Before continuing with the TPD Online application process, please review Job Application Instructions (PDF) and download and complete the documents below.
Forms to be downloaded, completed, and attached to your TPD Online Job Application
The following document should be downloaded, completed and saved to your computer desktop. Then attached to your TPD Online Job Application when submitted for consideration for employment.
- TPD Personal History Statement (Word)
Required Notarized Documents
Please download and complete the documents below. Print each and have a Notary Public witness your signature on both. Mail or deliver both to Employee Resources Office, Tallahassee Police Department, 234 East Seventh Avenue, Tallahassee FL 32303. Notary Service is available in the Employee Resources Office.
- Affidavit of Understanding/Residency Requirement
- FDLE Authority for Release of Information / Background Investigation Waiver
Additional Required Documentation
Mail the following documents to the Employee Resources Office, Tallahassee Police Department, 234 East Seventh Avenue, Tallahassee, Florida 32303.
- Birth certificate - a copy of the document must be from the Bureau of Vital Statistics from the state of your birth.
- Social Security Card — a photocopy of your card.
- Driver's license - a photocopy of your current driver's license (front and back of driver's license if renewal information is located on the back).
- A certifiedCollege Transcript reflecting an A.A. or A.S. degree or the equivalent required hours (90 quarter or 60 semester with a grade of "C" or above in each course) from an accredited college or university. Official transcripts may be sent directly from the College or may be included with your application in a tamper evident envelope sealed by the College.
- Proof of name change (if applicable).
- Driver's record - a recent copy of your seven-year driver's history transcript from every state (except Florida) in which you have held a valid driver's license.
- Military Record - DD214 reflecting character of service for each tour of duty.
- All male applicants between the ages of 18 - 26 must submit a copy of their Selective Service Registration or Exemption card.
- Naturalization Papers (if applicable) shall be provided to the Employee Resources Office upon request.
- Credit Report Authorization and Release
The above listed documents need to be submitted within two weeks of application date.
Lost Prevention Officer
We are seeking a Lost Prevention Officer to join our team! You will be responsible for implementing procedures and systems to prevent merchandise loss.
- Monitor and patrol premises to detect and locate suspected Loss and or Violations
- Safely recover assets and make apprehensions
- Identify issues of operational errors and policy violations
- Conduct routine audits and inspections
- Assist in the development of policies and systems for safeguarding assets
- Key Control
- Great Customer Service
- Valid drivers license
- Familiarity with retail security equipment
- Strong attention to detail
- Strong analytical and critical thinking skills
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills
DC Loss Prevention Officer Seasonal Flexible Shift
What does a Best Buy DC Loss Prevention Officer do?
The Distribution Center (DC) Asset Protection Officer ensures the safety of DC employees as well as the integrity of inventory by monitoring activities through personal observation and closed circuit television system. The Loss Prevention Officer may be exposed to inclement weather while operating handheld metal detectors, hand held radios, and must be willing to work at both the front desk and guard house. Excellent interpersonal and observational skills are critical to success.
- Monitors employees entering and exiting the warehouse area
- Enforces facility visitor procedures
- Ensures C-TPAT procedures are followed
- Complete Regular loss prevention reports
- Answering incoming telephone calls, both at the front desk and the guard house
What are the professional qualifications of a Best Buy DC Loss Prevention Officer?
- Must be at least 18 years of age
- High School Diploma or equivalent
- Preferred EIGHT (8) hour New York State Security Guard Certification
- 6 months work experience with basic security procedures
- 6 months customer service and/or general office experience
The City of Royal Oak is establishing a civil service eligibility list for the position of Police Officer.
A Police Officer upon application, shall meet the following requirements:
1. A minimum of two years of college education, at least 60 semester hours, from an accredited and recognized college or university. (Applicants must meet this requirement by the end of this semester.) 2. Must be a citizen of the United States of America. 3. Must have passed the Michigan Commission on Law Enforcement Standards written and physical agility tests as required by state law, and as evidenced by a valid official notification. 4. Have a valid motor vehicle operator's permit with good driving record.
GENERAL STATEMENT OF DUTIES: A Police Officer is responsible for the protection of life and property through the enforcement of laws and ordinances. Work will usually consist of routine patrol tasks performed in accordance with departmental rules and regulations. A superior officer regularly checks the work of a Police Officer and gives specific instructions and assistance when special problems arise, although the Police Officer is required to exercise independent discretion when faced with emergency conditions. Work may involve an element of personal danger. Communications are maintained with headquarters through a two-way radio system. QUALIFICATIONS FOR EMPLOYMENT: Some knowledge of modern law enforcement principles, procedures, techniques and equipment. Ability to read, interpret and obey laws, regulations and departmental rules. Ability to understand and carry out oral and written instructions, and to communicate effectively. Ability to analyze situations and to adopt a quick, effective and reasonable course of action. Ability to develop skill and discretion in the use of firearms. Ability to deal courteously but firmly with the general public. Ability to learn the geography of, and surrounding, the City of Royal Oak and the location of important buildings. Ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing. Ability to function effectively under stress and in emergency situations. Ability to remember names, faces, pertinent facts and details of incidents; a keen sense of observation. Ability to successfully complete all job related training during the probationary period. Skill in the operation of various tools and equipment such as police car, police radio, radar gun, handgun and other weapons as required, as well as pager and first aid equipment. Willingness to work outdoors and occasionally be exposed to wet and/or humid conditions, extreme cold and extreme heat.
1. Applicants must visit to register for the EMPCO Police Officer exam.
There is a fee to take the examination, but results of this one test will be accepted by all participating police departments in Michigan. The City of Royal Oak requires a minimum passing score of 70.
2. Applicants must submit a City of Royal Oak employment application.
Electronic applications are available online at or in the Human Resources office at City Hall: 211 S Williams St, Royal Oak, MI 48072.
In order to qualify for further processing, applicants must have both an EMPCO test score AND a City of Royal Oak application on file with Human Resources no later than 12:00 PM, Monday, May 30, 2017.
Royal Oak is the place to come to, not pass through on your way to somewhere else.
Police Officer - New Orleans
Police Officer Job Description
A NOPD officer provides protection of life and property within the municipal boundaries of the Parish of Orleans and the City of New Orleans. This is a full time job.
The responsibilities of an NOPD officer include protecting life, preserving the peace, and performing their duties satisfactorily. Including, but not limited to:
- Responding to calls for service and emergency assistance
- Rendering aid to the physically injured
- Investigating safety hazards and taking action to correct potential problem areas
- Enforcing state and city ordinances relating to keeping the peace
- Providing motorized, foot and bicycle patrol to residential and business areas
- Practicing problem solving techniques in support of the department's, community policing and problem solving strategies
- Operating police vehicles in routine and emergency situations
- Participating in job-related training and courses to maintain skills, knowledge and abilities
- Acting without direct supervision and exercising independent discretion in meeting emergencies
- Pursuing and apprehending fleeing suspects (climbing fences or walls, jumping ditches, running up to several blocks, etc.)
- Using firearms and other means of self-defense
The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. An applicant must be:
- At least 20 years old
- Licensed to drive with a good driving record and driving experience
- In good physical and psychological condition to perform the essential functions of the job of Police Officer
- Possess a state approved G.E.D./high school diploma
Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
This is a temporary trainee classification used to qualify and train candidates’ under-filling permanent Police Officer positions. Participates in a Qualifying Training Program to learn, through formal classroom instruction, the basic police procedures, techniques, and laws required to perform the duties of a Dallas Police Officer.
Base Salary for this position is $46,870 with a Bachelor Degree $50,470.
- Attends a 32-week Basic Training Course at the Dallas Police Academy, which will provide classroom and field instruction in basic police procedures, techniques, and laws.
- After passing the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement Officer Standards and Education (TCLEOSE)
- Basic Peace Officer Licensing Examination, will receive additional training in Dallas Police Department specific courses including Dallas City Code (city ordinances), and other real life police situations and functions.
- Performs other related duties, including special projects, as requested or required.
- Regular, reliable and punctual attendance is an essential function of the job.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities Required to Perform Work
Aptitude for learning police work.
General ability required to learn principles of police science, local procedures, criminal and traffic laws, and city ordinances.
Ability to deal courteously but firmly with citizens.
Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing with a wide variety of people.
Ability to establish and maintain an effective working relationship with all levels of management, city officials, vendors,
other government agencies, other employees and the general public.
Must have maturity, emotional stability, and courage to perform wide variety of potentially hazardous police duties under
Physical strength and ability to defend self and to exercise sufficient physical force required to make arrests.
Must pass the Police Department Physical Examination.
Must pass the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement Officer Standards and Education (TCLEOSE) Basic Police Officer
Working Conditions and Hazards
When in Police Academy, receives training in classroom environment, in district patrol training and job performance testing.
May be required to work nights, on weekends, or holidays during training.
May be occasionally subjected to hazards and potential physical dangers inherent in law enforcement work.
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work performed by personnel assigned to this classification and is not necessarily an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills required.
Primary responsibility is for calls for police service are seven operations divisions based on geographical subdivisions of the city. Each operations division is commanded by a deputy chief of police. The divisions are designated Central, Northeast, Southeast, South Central, Southwest, Northwest and North Central and operate from facilities which are referred to as substations. Each operations division's geographical area is further subdivided into sectors which are composed of beats, each of which is normally patrolled by a uniformed officer or officers in a marked squad car. Calls for service are received primarily through the city's 9-1-1 system which is answered by a city-operated emergency communications center. Each substation also has an investigative unit with detectives who are assigned cases of burglary and theft which are committed within the area covered by their division.
Military Police Officer
Military police protect lives and property on Army installations by enforcing military laws and regulations. They also control traffic, prevent crime and respond to all emergencies.
- Law enforcement patrols
- Interview witnesses, victims and suspects in investigations
- Crime scene security and processing
- Arrest and charge criminal suspects
Those who want to serve must first take the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery, a series of tests that helps you better understand your strengths and identify which Army jobs are best for you.
Job training for military police requires 20 weeks of One Station Unit Training and on-the-job instruction in police methods. Part of this time is spent in the classroom and in the field.
Some of the skills you’ll learn are:
- Basic warrior skills and use of firearms
- Military/civil laws and jurisdiction
- Investigating and collecting evidence
- Traffic and crowd control
- Arrest and restraint of suspects
- Interest in law enforcement
- Ability to make quick decisions
- Remain calm under heavy duress
- Ability to interact well with people
- You must be a U.S. citizen or legal resident
- You must be 17-35 years old
- You must be in good physical condition
- You must have a clean legal record
- You must have a high school diploma or GED
Some positions may have additional qualifications.