Deputy Sheriff Commander Criminal And Patrol Division Job Description Sample
Deputy Sheriff Patrol 2019
The above salary range is projected for 2019 and is pending approval.
The 2019 projected hiring range is $55,459.50 - $73,247.22 (pending approval)
The current (2018) hiring range is $53,071.72 - $70,093.40 Annually
Salary depends on education and/or experience
You are required to be Colorado P.O.S.T. certified by April 2019
APPLICANTS WILL BE REQUIRED TO PASS A PHYSICAL FITNESS TEST
- The Physical and Written testing will be held in the mornings on November 10, 14, 19 and 29, 2018. Your application will be reviewed and you must receive an invitation to attend one of these exam dates.*
Arapahoe County Sheriff's Office does not send people to a P.O.S.T. Academy (Police Academy).
Performs a variety of complex law enforcement duties. Enforces Federal and State laws and County or City ordinances for the protection of life, health, safety, welfare and property.
The following duty statements are illustrative of the essential functions of the job and do not include other non-essential or marginal duties that may be required. In addition, the County reserves the right to change the duties and essential functions of this job at any time.
Performs routine patrol duties for the purpose of preventing, detecting, and responding to suspicious or illegal activity. Respond to calls for service on an emergency or non-emergency basis.
Conducts initial investigations of crime scenes/incidents to obtain pertinent facts and information. Conducts interviews of witnesses, victims, participants, or suspects at a scene of an incident or crime. Collects and preserves evidence and property at an incident or crime scene.
Arrests suspects involved in misdemeanor/felony criminal activity. Writes citations to individuals for minor violations of the law. Prepares reports, forms, and documents related to patrol activities.
Utilizes in car computer system to: write reports, self-dispatch to calls for service, obtain call history, obtain history and in-house records on contacted individuals. Appears in court as a witness/complaint to provide testimony. Provides assistance, direction, and support to persons in need during non-law enforcement emergency and non-emergency situations.
Is committed to a high standard of safety laws and all of the Sheriff's Office policies and rules and must be willing to report safety violations and potential safety violations to appropriate supervisory or management personnel. Maintain regular and acceptable attendance at a level that is determined at the Sheriff's Office discretion. Is available and willing to work such overtime per day or per week as the Sheriff's Office determines is necessary or desirable to meet its needs.
Is available and willing to work such weekends and holidays as the Sheriff's Office determines are necessary or desirable to meet its needs. Follows and supports the mission, values, organizational philosophies, operational principles, code of conduct and policies and procedures of the Sheriff's Office. May have to act as incident commander until a higher ranking person assumes command. Performs related duties as required and assigned.
PHYSICAL DEMANDS: The following are some of the physical demands commonly associated with this position.
They are included for informational purposes and are not all inclusive. 1. Spends 60% of the time sitting and 40% of the time either standing, walking or running while in the field or office. 2. Must possess sufficient strength to carry a human being from a hazardous area (average - 150 lbs.). 3.
Frequently pushes, pulls, climbs, balances, stoops, kneels, crouches, reaches, handles and feels while in the field and office. 4. Must possess sufficient physical capability to overcome and restrain a combative or resistive subject. 5. Oral and auditory capacity enabling interpersonal communication as well as communication through automated devices such as the two way radio, intercom system and telephone. 6.
Auditory capacity enabling the detection of sounds related to criminal or suspicious activity. 7. Visual and fine/gross motor skills enabling the use of a firearm, office and field equipment. 8. Visual and fine/gross motor skills enabling the safe operation of an emergency vehicle during normal, emergency, pursuit and hazardous weather situations. 9.
Visual capacity including color vision in order to distinguish color/descriptions of vehicles, suspects, victims and other relevant objects. 10. Olfactory sensory capabilities to detect criminal/hazardous situations.
Colorado P.O.S.T. Certification
Applicants must be able to effectively communicate in written and spoken English.
Minimum Age for Applicants is 21 years.
High School Diploma or GED
Working knowledge of law enforcement principles, procedures, techniques and equipment.
Working knowledge of the policies, procedures and methods utilized by the Agency.
Working knowledge of Federal and State law, County ordinances.
Ability to maintain Agency proficiency standards in the use of firearms.
Ability to safely operate a County vehicle in normal and adverse conditions.
Ability to define community policing as an evolving organizational strategy and personal philosophy based on a set of values emphasizing problem solving partnerships with neighborhoods which create and improve communities.
Ability to acquire skill in the use of related office and field equipment.
Ability to use computers as required by position.
Ability to successfully complete in-service/mandatory training.
Ability to act with tack and impartiality.
Ability to read and understand applicable Federal, State and local laws.
Ability to remain calm and respond appropriately to emergency and/or threatening situations.
Ability to protect oneself and others in threatening situations.
Ability to physically subdue and control unruly and resisting individuals.
Ability to perform law enforcement duties requiring good psychological and physical condition.
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with others, which includes, but is not limited to, superiors, fellow workers, court officials, witnesses, other law enforcement officials and the general public.
Ability to pass established annual physical testing.
Ability to communicate effectively in verbal and written English.
The screening process for any position within the Sheriff's Office may include written test(s), an oral interview, skills test(s) and/or other selection methods designed to measure applicants' ability to perform the essential functions of the job they are seeking. Required examinations may also include:
Physical Agility Test http://www.arapahoegov.com/911/Human-Resources---Sheriff
Medical Examination, including a drug screen.
Background Investigation. This will include, but is not limited to contact with the applicant's former employers, associates, neighbors and other pertinent sources.
Applicant's military history, school records, police records and driving record will also be investigated. All examinations are conducted by qualified/licensed individuals designated by the Sheriff's Office at the Sheriff's Office expense.
EXPECTED DURATION OF THE APPLICATION PROCESS:
Due to the nature of the application and selection process for the Sheriff's Office, applicants can reasonably expect the application process to take a significant amount of time to complete before a decision is made to hire or not to hire. Typically, it takes approximately 8 to 12 weeks from the date of application to complete the entire selection process.
The length of time it takes to complete the process can vary depending on a variety of factors. Please note that this is an estimated duration of the selection process.
If you have questions regarding the application process, please contact the Human Resources Section at (720) 874-4118.
Employees are required to work the time periods and/or shifts, rotational and/or stationary, and location assignment, consistent with the needs of the Sheriff's Office.
All applicants hired by the Sheriff serve at the pleasure of the Sheriff of Arapahoe County and may be assigned to any of the agencies bureaus, sections or units at the discretion of the Sheriff or his duly appointed representative. Employment is at the will and pleasure of the Sheriff, per Colorado State Statute: 30-10-506. Written policies and other manuals do not alter the at will status of employment.
The Arapahoe County Sheriff's Office is committed to the implementation of the community-policing concept. Community policing is an organizational strategy and philosophy which emphasizes problem solving partnerships between the Sheriff's Office, neighborhoods and businesses, working together to create a better quality of life within the community.
INITIAL STATUS PERIOD OF EMPLOYMENT:
Successful applicants are subject to an initial status period of employment. This initial status period is 12 months for deputies.
The initial status period is regarded as part of the applicant's examination process and will be utilized for purposes of employee evaluation, training and adjustment to the demands of the profession. New employees, who fail to perform satisfactorily during the period, may be separated from the Sheriff's Office, depending on the circumstance of each case.
APPLICANT DISQUALIFICATION FACTORS:
Applicants are advised that areas for disqualification from further consideration include, but are not limited to, the following:
Illegal Drug Use. Applicants who have recent illegal drug usage will be disqualified.
Recent drug use includes marijuana within 1 year and all other illegal drug use within the past 5 years. All other illegal drug use will be evaluated on a case-by-case basis.
Any felony conviction
Outside activities which may be deemed a conflict of interest
Revelation or discovery of assaultive behavior
Documented record of prior work performance
Unsuccessful completion of any basic requirement
Inability to perform the essential functions of the position
Police history - type, frequency and nature of contacts(s).
Providing false or misleading information during the application / selection process.
Additional Specific Disqualification Factors for Deputy Sheriff
Misdemeanor convictions that affect an individual's Colorado P.O.S.T. Certification.
Domestic violence conviction
Permanent restraining order as a result of domestic violence
It is the policy of the Sheriff's Office to not discuss the reasons why applicants were not selected for hire. There is no flexibility to this policy.
Applicants may be notified of their disqualification at any point in the selection process. If you receive such a notice, it simply means that you do not meet our standards at this time. Receiving this notice does not indicate that you are ineligible to apply with other agencies.
POLICY ON REAPPLICATION
Applicants who failed a written test may reapply and retest no sooner than six months from the date they took the written test. All other applicants who are disqualified can reapply with the Sheriff's Office no sooner than one year from the date of notification of non-selection.
We are an equal employment opportunity employer. EEOE M/F/D/V
We are an equal employment opportunity employer, who fully supports and complies with ADA.
Deputy Sheriff On Call
Range A - $5,862.06 - $7,482.00/month
Range B - $7,856.10/month
This is a continuous filing exam. The next filing cut-off is at 5:00 PM on:
9/24/18, 11/21/18, 1/22/19, 3/21/19, 5/22/19, 7/24/19
Under supervision, and in a temporary/intermittent capacity, performs law enforcement duties to protect life and property and to preserve law and order, and performs related work as required.
The class of Deputy Sheriff (On-Call) is distinguished from the Deputy Sheriff class in that employees are hired as temporary replacements for regular Deputy Sheriffs who are absent due to vacation, sick leave, military duty, leave without pay, etc. or for periods of peak workload. Incumbents may perform the full range of duties; however, assignments are generally those considered more routine in nature. Assignments usually require immediate availability. Incumbents are assigned to temporary positions; no permanent appointments will be made to this class.
Examples of Knowledge and Abilities
Rules of evidence and the laws of arrest
Laws governing custody of persons
Criminal law, investigation and crime prevention methods
Modern police identification and records methods
Standard office equipment and procedures
Read and understand departmental policies, rules, instructions, laws and ordinances and general literature pertaining to law enforcement activities
Analyze police problems and interpret legal codes
Apply rules of criminal evidence
Adopt quick, effective and reasonable courses of action, giving due regard to surrounding hazards and circumstances of each situation
Develop keen powers of observation
Obtain information through interview and interrogation
Understand and follow written and oral directions
Keep accurate records and write clear reports
Learn the use and care of a variety of weapons, including small firearms
Establish and maintain effective working relationships as necessitated by work assignments
Graduation from high school or satisfactory completion of an acceptable General Education Development (GED) test;
Either: 1. Possession of a State of California Peace Officer Standards and Training (P.O.S.T.) Basic Certificate.
Or: 2. Satisfactory completion of a P.O.S.T. Basic Academy.
Or: 3. Current enrollment in a P.O.S.T. Basic Academy.
Applicants qualifying under pattern (1) must submit a copy of the P.O.S.T. Basic Certificate with the application. If a period of three years has elapsed since employment as a full-time peace officer in California, successful completion of the California Basic Course Equivalency Examination administered by P.O.S.T. will be required before employment.
Applicants qualifying under pattern (2) must submit a copy of a certificate of completion from a P.O.S.T. Basic Academy with the application. If a period of three years has elapsed since Academy graduation, successful completion of the California Basic Course Equivalency Examination administered by P.O.S.T. will be required before employment.
Applicants qualifying under pattern (3) must submit a copy of an official document showing current Academy enrollment. Satisfactory completion of the Academy will be required before employment.
The three year time period in (1) and (2) of the above patterns is computed from the last day of the last applicable full-time paid law enforcement employment and the date of appointment in this class.
Compliance with Government Code:
In accordance with California Government Code, Section 1031, each employee shall meet the following minimum standards:
Be a citizen of the United States or a permanent resident alien who is eligible for and has applied for citizenship. Any permanent resident alien shall be disqualified from holding a position if his or her application for citizenship is denied.
Be at least 18 years of age.
Be fingerprinted for purposes of search of local, state, and national fingerprint files to disclose any criminal record. In addition, a classifiable set of fingerprints shall be furnished to the Department of Justice and to the Federal Bureau of Investigations.
Be found to be free from any physical, emotional, or mental condition which might adversely affect the exercise of the powers of a peace officer. For purposes of this section, a medical examination, including psychological screening, shall be required prior to appointment.
Criminal History and Background Check:
The County may access criminal history information on candidates who have accepted a conditional offer of appointment for this class consistent with the provisions of Board of Supervisors' Resolution No. 82-602, Personnel Policies and Procedures B-5, and applicable federal and state laws. The County shall not consider for employment any candidate who has been convicted of a felony or misdemeanor that relates to or impacts the candidate's ability to perform the job duties of this class unless it is determined that mitigating circumstances exist. For purposes of accessing criminal history information, the candidate will be fingerprinted. A subsequent arrest notification may be obtained.
The County may also conduct a background check on the candidate prior to appointment to a position within this class. The background check may include personal and professional reference checks, credit history checks, Social Security Number verification, professional license/registration verification, military service information and driving history. Information obtained in the course of this background check will be considered by the appointing authority in the selection process. In obtaining such information, the County will comply with applicable consent and disclosure practices in the Fair Credit Reporting Act and the California Investigative Consumer Reporting Agencies Act.
The background check, including Computerized Voice Stress Analyzer (CVSA) examination, and psychological and physical examinations shall be conducted according to P.O.S.T. specifications. Pursuant to CA Government Code, Section 1029, the conviction of a felony is grounds for disqualification from an appointment except if the individual has been granted a full and unconditional pardon for the felony.
Possession of a valid California driver license, Class C or higher, is required prior to appointment to this class. Failure to maintain a valid license may constitute cause for personnel action. Individuals who do not meet this requirement due to a physical disability will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis. Employees in this class who, as a part of their regularly assigned duties are required to operate a motor vehicle may be enrolled in the DMV Pull Notice Program.
Some assignments may require the possession of a Class B license or other endorsements. Employees in this class who are placed in safety-sensitive assignments will be subject to random drug and alcohol testing under County Policy J-7 Drug and Alcohol Testing Program.
Positions in this class require the incumbent to:
Be able to meet medical standards as prescribed by P.O.S.T. and detailed in the P.O.S.T. Medical Screening Manual
Possess sufficient physical ability to perform the full scope and functions of the job, including passing an agility test.
Individuals who do not meet these requirements due to disability will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis.
Positions in this class require the incumbent to:
Work various shifts to provide 24-7 coverage, including nights, weekends and holidays.
Work in a detention facility and be in direct contact with inmates.
Be potentially exposed to hazardous materials including bodily fluids.
Work in hot or cold conditions for extended periods of time.
Wear and maintain a designated Sheriff's Department uniform; including department issued safety equipment such as a duty/gun belt, ballistic vest, respirator, etc.
Positions in this class are temporary; there is no probationary period. Application and Testing Information
Qualified applicants are encouraged to apply immediately. All applicants must complete and submit an online County of Sacramento employment application by 5:00 PM on the posted cut-off date. Click here to apply.
County of Sacramento
Department of Personnel Services
Employment Services Division
700 H Street, Room 4667
Sacramento, CA 95814
Phone 916-874-5593; 7-1-1 California Relay Service
Inter-Office Mail Code: 09-4667
Employment applications and all documentation requested in this announcement must be submitted by 5:00 p.m. on the cut-off date.
Employment Services is not responsible for any issues or delays caused by an applicant's computer or web browser. Applicants will be automatically logged out if they have not submitted their applications and all documentation prior to 5:00 p.m. on the cut-off date.
Your application should highlight all relevant education, training, and experience, and clearly indicate how you meet the minimum qualifications for the position as of the cut-off date.
Application information must be current, concise and related to the requirements in this job announcement. You may only apply for this recruitment once. Duplicate and incomplete applications will be disqualified.
A resume may be included with your application, however it will not substitute for the information requested on the application.
Applicants are required to provide a full and complete response to each supplemental question. The Supplemental Questionnaire is located in the tab marked "Supplemental Questions". Please be descriptive in your response.
Note: Responses of "See Resume" or "See Application", or copy and paste of work experience are not qualifying responses and will not be considered.
Supplemental Questionnaires must be submitted by 5:00 p.m. on the cut-off date. Employment Services is not responsible for any issues or delays caused by an applicant's computer or web browser. Applicants will be automatically logged out if they have not submitted their applications and all documentation prior to 5:00 p.m. on the cut-off date.
The supplemental questions are designed to elicit specific information regarding a candidate's experience, education, and training. Responses should be consistent with the information on your application and are subject to verification.
Please provide place of employment, pertinent dates, and concise, descriptive and detailed information for each question.
If a job included responsibilities applicable to several questions, separate the different functions of the job to answer all the questions completely.
Resumes or referral to the application or other questionnaire responses will not be accepted in lieu of completing each question.
If you have no experience, write "no experience" for the appropriate question.
For many individuals, it is more efficient to develop responses to the supplemental questions in a word processing document and then paste them into the final document to be submitted. Changes or corrections to your Supplemental Questionnaire cannot be made once your application packet has been submitted.
If the Supplemental Questionnaire is used in the Formula Rate or Credentials Screening Panel exam, failure to complete all of the questions or incomplete responses will result in a lower score. While scoring the Supplemental Questionnaire, the candidate's application and/or attachments will not be reviewed, therefore, a candidate's responses to the questions should be accurate, thorough, detailed, and complete.
FORMULA RATE EXAMINATION (Weighted 100%)
All candidates meeting the minimum qualifications by the cut-off date will have their Supplemental Questionnaire scored in the Formula Rate Examination.
This examination will evaluate the relevance, level, recency, progression and quality of candidate's education, training and experience. The candidate's application or other materials will not be included in this examination. Therefore, the candidate's responses to the supplemental questionnaire should be thorough, detailed and complete. The score from the Formula Rate Examination will determine the ranking on the eligible/employment list for this job.
All candidates competing in the testing process will receive written notice of their examination results by email. Notices can also be accessed in their governmentjobs.com inbox. Applicants achieving a passing score will be placed on the eligible list in rank order. The rank is determined by the test score attained from the examination.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Click here for Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's)
For information regarding County jobs:
Call 916-874-5627 and you will be provided with a recorded message, accessible 24 hours a day.
Deputy Sheriff Recruit: Flagstaff/Williams-Sheriff's Office (1018)
Nature of Work
As an award- winning organization with high regard for cultural diversity and the positive contributions of the many thriving cultures within our county, our nation, and our society. Coconino County leads a variety of initiatives that celebrate diversity; form our Annual Diversity Day, and monthly Heritage Lunch & Learns, to book clubs and professional development academies which target diverse workforce segments, Coconino County's respect for diversity is shared throughout the organization.
Under close supervision, and in a training capacity, is responsible for technical work of moderate difficulty in law enforcement or investigative duties; performs related work as assigned.
Note: We are hiring for positions in Flagstaff, AZ and Williams, AZ.
Attends and obtains Certification by the Arizona Peace Officer Standards and Training Board (AZPOST) academy to learn the principles, methods and techniques employed by the Deputy Sheriff class
Attends indoor and outdoor classes and training sessions for preparation as a Deputy Sheriff
Performs rigorous physical training
Learns to drive a motor vehicle under normal and emergency conditions safely
Learns to demonstrate command presence in conflict situations
Learns to write clear, comprehensive and accurate reports, legibly and with correct grammar and spelling
Learns to understand, interpret and apply criminal and civil laws
Learns use of various firearms and first aid methods
Performs related duties as assigned
Essential functions of this position include but are not limited to: driving; working with and around other public officials, citizens and staff; dealing with interruptions; writing, writing weapons qualifications, telephones, etc. May be exposed to extreme weather conditions, hazards including mechanical, burns, electrical, explosives, chemicals, heights and others and exposure to adverse atmospheric conditions such as fumes, odors, dust, mist, gases and others. Minimum Qualifications
Must be U.S. citizen (Ariz. Admin. Code § R13-04-105(A)(1) (2016), 21 years of age at time of appointment, high school graduate (or G.E.D.).
Must obtain certification from the Arizona Peace Officer Standards and Training Board (AZPOST) within one year of employment with the Coconino County Sheriff's Office. Must pass AZPOST prescribed physical agility test. Must obtain an Arizona driver's license by date of hire and maintain it throughout employment. Must submit to a background search and successfully pass drug screen, physical and polygraph examination prior to employment.
Preferred qualifications include Arizona POST certified; law enforcement and/or detention experience.
This position is safety sensitive.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
Working knowledge of:
Relevant laws, rules and regulations pertaining to law enforcement
Law enforcement principles, practices, methods technique, and equipment
Relevant laws, rules, and regulations pertaining to civil process
Law enforcement investigative techniques and practices
Conducting criminal investigations
Preparing and maintaining records and reports
Care and use of firearms, motor vehicles and other technical equipment
Learn and apply law enforcement principles, rules, techniques, and the proper use of issued equipment
Act quickly and calmly with proper judgment in emergency situations
Work safely and support the culture of workplace safety
Establish and maintain effective working relationships with employees, other agencies, community groups, and the public
Follow written and verbal instructions
Communicate effectively verbally and in writing
AmeriCorps, Peace Corps and other national service alumni are encouraged to apply.
Deputy Sheriff I - Hawaii Island (Kona), Kauai, Maui, And Oahu
Recruitment Number - 218462
- Shift work: You must be available to work rotating shifts, including evenings, weekends, holidays, and on-call.
Note: The starting monthly salary is at the minimum rate of pay advertised above.
Positions in this class of work receive classroom and on-the-job training in the laws, rules, regulations, principles, practices, procedures and techniques of law enforcement; the operation of firearms and other equipment; as well as physical conditioning. As a trainee, perform selected duties under close supervision, usually as an assistant to a higher level position who provides detailed instructions.
Assignments are designed to provide incumbents with experience and training leading to the independent performance of duties characteristic of the next higher level. Incumbents of positions at this level must have the ability to learn and apply pertinent laws, ordinances, rules and regulations, court writs and processing, and law enforcement principles, practices, methods and techniques; the ability to operate a motor vehicle and to learn to operate firearms and other equipment used on the job; the ability to follow oral and written instructions, deal courteously but firmly with people, prepare clear and concise reports; assist and participate in patrol work, and perform other related duties as assigned.
Minimum Qualification Requirements
To qualify, you must meet all of the following requirements:
Education: Graduation from high school, or equivalent, with satisfactory completion of courses demonstrating knowledge of English grammar, spelling, and punctuation; and ability to read and comprehend complex written material, and write clear, factual reports.
Desirable/Preferred Education (not a requirement): A bachelor's degree from an accredited four year college or university, which demonstrated the ability to write clear and comprehensive reports, read and interpret complex written material; and solve complex problems logically and systematically.
General Experience: TWO YEARS of work experience which demonstrated the following abilities:
A) read and comprehend complex material, such as rules and regulations;
B) write clear, factual reports; and
C) meet and deal effectively with people. Such experience must demonstrate the ability to read, write, understand and communicate effectively with others in English.
Substitutions Allowed: Relevant substitutions as described in the Minimum Qualification Requirements, will apply.
License: You must possess a valid driver's license at the time of appointment.
A. All applicants who are conditionally offered or conditionally approved for movement into any of these positions shall be subject to drug screening, as required by Federal, State or local laws or departmental policy; and will be subject to an intensive background check.
B. All applicants must be available to work rotating shifts, including evenings, weekends, holidays and on-call. By applying for this recruitment, applicants are indicating their willingness to work a rotating shift schedule.
C. All prospective hires must be at least 21 years of age upon the start of the Law Enforcement Recruit Class (LERC).
All positions require the handling of firearms and ammunition.
Applicants must meet all Federal and State regulations pertaining to the carrying, use and possession of firearms and ammunition. Under the requirements of the Federal Firearm Gun Control Act, applicants for these positions may not possess a conviction of domestic violence.
Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA) Requirement: As required by the Prison Rape Elimination Act of 2003 (PREA), Federal law states that "...an agency shall not hire or promote anyone who may have contact with inmates and who:
(1) Has engaged in sexual abuse in a prison, jail, lockup, community confinement facility, juvenile facility or other institution.
(2) Has been convicted of engaging or attempting to engage in sexual activity in the community facilitated by force, overt or implied threats of force, or coercion, or if the victim did not consent or was unable to consent or refuse.
(3) Has been civilly or administratively adjudicated to have engaged in the activity described in #2 above.
(4) Has been the subject of substantiated allegations of sexual abuse or sexual harassment or resigned during a pending investigation of alleged sexual abuse or sexual harassment.
Applicants must demonstrate that they possess traits and characteristics required for this work. Among these are alertness, tact, integrity, honesty, good judgment, and ability to deal with employees and with the general public.
All applicants must posses emotional and mental stability appropriate to the job duties, responsibilities and working conditions.
The information provided above represents a summary of the complete Minimum Qualification Requirements. To view the Requirements in their entirety, please CLICK HERE.
PUBLIC SERVICE LOAN FORGIVENESS (PSLF) PROGRAM
The PSLF Program is a federal program that is intended to encourage individuals to work in public service by forgiving the balance of their federal student loans. To qualify, the individual must have made 120 qualifying payments while employed by a qualifying employer. For more information, please click: https://studentaid.ed.gov/sa/repay-loans/forgiveness-cancellation/public-service
ELECTRONIC NOTIFICATION TO APPLICANTS
The Department of Human Resources Development (HRD) will use electronic mail (email) to notify applicants of important information relating to the status and processing of their applications as part of our ongoing efforts to increase operational efficiency, promote the conservation of green resources, and minimize delays and costs.
Please ensure that the email address and contact information you provide is current, secure, and readily accessible to you. We will not be responsible in any way if you do not receive our emails or fail to check your email-box in a timely manner. In addition, please be aware that you may no longer receive notification about applications submitted if you choose to disable the Job Application Emails feature in your Account Settings.
The examination for this recruitment involves "successive hurdles." Applicants must successfully complete and pass EACH test phase to proceed to the next phase.
The test phases are:
1.Evaluation of your application to determine whether or not you meet the minimum qualifications and public employment requirements (qualifying).
2.Written Test. The written test will be conducted by the Department of Human Resources Development, Employee Staffing Division.
The Written Test will be administered only on the Islands of Kauai, Oahu, Maui, and Hawaii Island at designated locations. There shall be no exceptions granted. THE TEST IS SCHEDULED FOR THE WEEK OF February 10, 2019. This date may change due to unforeseen circumstances, however, should any changes occur, we will notify you promptly. Any and all costs associated with travel shall be the applicant's responsibility.
3.Physical Ability Test (PAT), tentatively scheduled for the week of March 17,2019, will be conducted on the Island of Oahu only, is an endurance test designed to measure muscular strength, which is a requirement for a Deputy Sheriff in order to safely provide security, protective services, emergency responses and other law enforcement related duties. (Further details will be provided to applicants by PSD as they are scheduled to take the PAT). You will be notified of the date, time and place to report 7 to 10 days prior to the test date. Any and all costs associated with travel shall be the applicant's responsibility.
BEGIN TODAY! If you are not already involved in a regular exercise program, start one now.
Maintaining and/or improving your fitness level will increase your chances for success in the PAT. Remember that the job of a Deputy Sheriff is physically demanding, stressful, and may be dangerous from time to time. If however, you have been sedentary, check with your physician or health care provider prior to engaging in any strenuous physical training.
Listed below are the physical benchmarks to meet in order to successfully complete the Department of Public Safety's Physical Ability Test for the Deputy Sheriff I recruitment process. The Sheriff Physical Fitness Benchmark Test sequence is the push-up, sit-up and 1.5 mile run.
The Sheriff Physical Fitness Benchmark Test provides a measure of upper and lower body muscular endurance. It is a performance test that indicates a recruit's ability to perform physically and handle his or her own body weight.
1 Minute Push-ups
The push-up event measures the endurance of the chest, shoulder, and triceps muscle. The minimum number of acceptable push-ups is 15 within one (1) minute.
1 Minute Sit-ups
The sit-up event measures the endurance of the abdominal and hip-flexor muscles. The minimum number of acceptable sit-ups is 15 within one (1) minute.
1.5 Mile Run
The 1.5-mile run measures your aerobic fitness and endurance of the leg muscles. This is a timed run over a measured course. Minimum acceptable time is seventeen (17) minutes and thirty (30) seconds regardless of age category.
Preparation for the Physical Ability Testing
The Department of Public Safety wishes you success on the physical fitness portion of the Deputy Sheriff I, recruit process. We recommend you take the time to properly prepare, by starting a personal fitness program that includes both strength and aerobic exercises.
4.Pre-Employment Assessment Test.
5.Oral Interview conducted by the Department of Public Safety (PSD). If you successfully complete the Pre-Employment Assessment Testing, you will be scheduled for an interview with PSD.
6.Pre-Offer and Post Offer Psychological Testing and One-on-One Interview with a Board Certified Psychologist in Clinical Psychology and Police and Public Safety Psychology.
7.Criminal History Check/Comprehensive Background Investigation and Truth Verification Examination.
You will be required to sign an Applicant's Consent, Authorization and Request to Release Information Waiver. This waiver gives your consent and authorization to release any and all records, information, and opinions regarding your background, education, employment, character and reputation needed by the Dept of Human Resources Development and/or the Dept of Public Safety to conduct a thorough background investigation to determine your fitness and suitability for employment with the State of Hawaii.
This authorization shall apply to include all criminal history records, information and opinions, military records, all educational and employment history records, and traffic abstract records. For this purpose, you waive any and all privileges you may have to maintain such records, information and opinions as confidential, including but not limited to the privileges arising out of the foregoing relationships.
9.Pre-Employment Drug Test and Tuberculin Test.
10. Training and Staff Development Officer (TSD) to issue Orders to Attend Training
11. Probationary Period: If selected for employment, you must pass all phases of the Law Enforcement Recruit Class (LERC) program and additional drug testing during your nine-month probationary period.
The Pre-Employment Drug Test, Tuberculin Test and Medical/Physical Examination costs will be paid by the applicant.
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Deputy Sheriff I/Ii
The Kings County Sheriff's Office is seeking peace officers in possession of a certificate of completion from a California Peace Officer Standards and Training (P.O.S.T.) Certified Basic Law Enforcement Academy for patrol assignment. For this recruitment, current employment with the Kings County Sheriff's Office as a Reserve Deputy Sheriff is specified as highly desirable.
Anticipated vacancies within the Kings County Sheriff's Office. The life of this eligible list is anticipated to be six months.
DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS This is the advanced training level class in the Deputy Sheriff series. Incumbents must have satisfactorily completed a Peace Officer Standards and Training (P.O.S.T.) approved California Peace Officer Academy or have successfully completed the California Basic Course Equivalency Examination and Training.
Progression within this class is dependent on continuing acquisition and development of knowledge, techniques and skills in law enforcement work. Incumbents in the class are required to serve a one year probationary period. This class is distinguished from Deputy Sheriff Trainee in that the latter is an entry level class in which the incumbents have not completed the California Basic P.O.S.T. Academy.
Patrols assigned areas and answers calls for protection of life and property; conducts preliminary investigations, interrogates witnesses, gathers evidence and takes statements in connection with suspected criminal activities; substantiates findings-of-fact in court; serves warrants and civil documents; may direct traffic and enforce laws pertaining thereto; assists and cooperates with other law enforcement agencies in investigations and arrests; applies proper techniques of arrest, search and seizure in the apprehension of suspects; serves as court bailiff; transports persons to and from various locations such as jail, courts, hospitals and other institutions; maintains required records and makes oral and written reports; supervises/controls groups involved in activities such as labor picketing, civil demonstrations or recreational gatherings; may conduct Coroner investigations and prepare reports.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS Minimum requirements must be met by the closing date
DEPUTY SHERIFF I:
License: Possession of a valid California Driver's License as issued by the State Department of Motor Vehicles.
Education: Equivalent to completion of the twelfth grade.
Experience: None required.
Training: Satisfactory completion of a Peace Officer Standards and Training (P.O.S.T.) approved California Peace Officer Academy or successful completion of the California Basic Course Equivalency Examination administered by the State of California Commission on Peace Officer Standards and Training.
DEPUTY SHERIFF II:
Certificate: Possession of the Basic Certificate issued by the State Peace Officers Standards and Training Commission.
Experience: One year of experience as a Deputy Sheriff I in Kings County or equivalent.
License: Possession of a valid California operator's license issued by the State Department of Motor Vehicles.
A detailed job specification for Deputy Sheriff I is available by clicking here.
A detailed job specification for Deputy Sheriff II is available by clicking here.
SELECTION PROCESS: EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
All completed applications and supplemental questionnaires will be reviewed. The selection process may include the following:
(1) Screening committee (pass/fail) and/or
(2) Written examination (pass/fail) and/or
(3) Oral examination (100%). This may include a written practical component (100%) to determine placement on the eligible list.
(5) Background investigation (pass/fail). Applicants must undergo and pass a thorough and detailed personal background investigation. These investigations include employment/credit histories, arrest/criminal records, drug/alcohol use and personal conduct. In addition applicants are required to undergo and pass a psychological examination (pass/fail), a drug screening, and a medical examination (which may include a physical agility examination).
Qualified applicants will be notified by mail concerning the date, time and location of each exam.
VETERAN'S PREFERENCE AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST
Veteran's Preference Application
You must submit a certified DD-214 and a new request form for each application submission prior to the closing date.
Motorcycle Deputy Sheriff - Patrol
JOB SUMMARY Benefits Supplemental Questions
Provides service, information, and aid to all citizens as circumstances require.
Prevents crime and suppresses disturbances.
Investigates criminal offenses; arrests offenders.
Responsible for enforcement duties for the protection, safety and welfare of citizens and property under the jurisdiction of the County.
This position demands a strong and consistent productivity level. Willing to assist the unit as needed, successfully attend advanced training courses in the area of vehicle collision, RADAR/LIDAR, traffic laws, and other training as needed, and be able to work flexible hours.
Exercises independent judgment within the limits prescribed by law, rules and regulations, and by departmental policies and procedures.
Polices property by means of motorcycle or on foot.
Preserves the peace, intercedes to prevent crime, provide service, information and directions to citizens.
Executes all lawful processes.
Arrests offenders without warrant where authorized by law.
Conducts initial investigations of criminal offenses to detect and arrest criminals.
Recovers lost or stolen property.
Attempts to locate missing persons.
Enforces traffic laws and investigates vehicle collisions as well as follow up on hit and run crashes.
Investigates DWI related offenses, perform other traffic related duties and special duties as needed to support the operations of the Sheriff's Office.
Readily complies with departmental and county-wide policies and procedures.
Performs related special projects as assigned.
The physical demands and environmental factors listed below, as well as regular attendance, are also essential functions for this position.
Ability to pursue violators on foot over rough terrain and obstacles; to physically subdue and restrain aggressive violators, to safely operator a motorcycle and mobile radio under normal and emergency conditions without any equipment modifications specific to any individual operator.
Long periods of driving and sitting.
Must have to ability to withstand prolonged standing, walking, sitting, lifting, pulling, walking flights of stairs, etc.
Must be able to read and write the English language.
Must be able to speak in a clear, understandable voice.
Able to competently discharge a firearm with either hand.
Able to hear audible sounds such as normal conversations, audible alarms and radio transmissions.
Exposure to excessive heat and cold (outdoor conditions).
Job may involve danger due to contact with criminals and suspects.
Must be able to work day or night shifts and holidays with varying days off.
Williamson County has adopted a Tobacco-Free Workplace policy. This policy prohibits smoking or use of any tobacco product on Williamson County premises.
High School graduate or equivalent.
Must meet minimal physical requirements, and mental and emotional standards, set by the State and Department.
Current Basic Texas Peace Officer certification from TCOLE; or currently enrolled in an academy to attain Basic Texas Peace Officer certification. Applicant must attain the Basic Texas Peace Officer certification prior to hiring.
Must maintain a satisfactory Motor Vehicle record.
Ability to type and enter data with appropriate speed and efficiency.
Must possess a current, valid Texas Class "M" driver's license.
Must be certified in RADAR/LIDAR, and Standardized Field Sobriety Tasks.
- Employment is contingent on passing written tests, practical motorcycle skills tests, firearms tests, physical agility tests, oral boards, post-offer, pre-employment and periodic psychological exams, drug tests, criminal background investigations and motor vehicle record reports.
- Education or experience in a related field.
- A solid background in the area of vehicle collisions and the Transportation Code is desirable.
May work varying hours and weekends.
Assigned to DWI Enforcement on selected holidays.
Essential personnel for emergency situations; at the discretion of the Department Director.
Placed in an on-call status for accident investigation.
Reports directly to- Sergeant
Direct Reports- N/A
Number of Direct Reports- 0
SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION:A Williamson County online application (resumes alone are not sufficient) must be received before the position is closed. Positions are open until filled, subject to close at any time after five business days. The Human Resources Department is located at 301 South/East Inner Loop, Suite 108, Georgetown, TX 78626. Phone (512) 943-1533 or visit our website at www.wilco.org.
Williamson County is an Equal Opportunity Employer and complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act. If you require an accommodation in order to apply for a position, please request assistance from the Human Resources Department.
Patrol Corporal - Open To Current Larimer County Sheriff Employees Only
One Agency. One Mission: Public Safety.
Performs a variety of complex law enforcement tasks and provides supervisory assistance for the assigned shift. Acts in the absence of first-line supervisor by providing supervision of staff and assuring operations tasks as completed. Provides highly responsible line assistance to assigned supervisor.
Receives general Supervisor or direction from a sergeant or higher-level Supervisor.
Exercises indirect and direct supervision over deputies, reserve deputies, civilian employees, volunteers, and inmates as needed.
When the sergeant is not on duty, serves in the capacity of first-line Supervisor and assumes the responsibility for the supervision of his/her work group. Provides direct supervision to all assigned officers and direction to other employees, as necessary, throughout the facility; schedules shift personnel; reviews and approves reports; and takes charge of difficult and complex situations.
Serves as a lead worker for other employees; answers technical questions regarding operational issues; answers questions regarding other areas as delegated by a Supervisor.
Provides input to the Sergeant regarding training needs and performance of lower level personnel.
Prepares and reviews documentation of shift activity, reports of unusual incidents observed or emergency situations encountered, or other documentation required as a part of assigned duties.
Completes and maintains records, logs, and reports.
Conducts criminal investigations and participates in hearings and court cases as assigned; assists officers in preparing reports in cases for trial and may personally appear in court to present evidence and testimony; reviews and approves reports submitted by officers.
Analyzes and synthesizes a variety of data concerning agency activities; prepares reports and statistics.
Performs duties as Field Training Officer.
Provides information to citizens and/or other criminal justice system employees on rules and regulations of the Larimer County Sheriff's Office; preserves good relationships with the general public.
Assists in the investigation of complaints against platoon members and reports findings.
Performs all line officer duties as a Larimer County officer within assigned area.
Performs other duties as appropriate or necessary for performance of the job.
Two years of full-time experience as a sworn law enforcement officer, with at least one year of experience as a Patrol deputy with the Larimer County Sheriff's Office.
High school diploma or GED, supplemented by specialized training in justice, police science, public administration, or a related field.
Currently certified as a peace officer in the State of Colorado.
Possession of, or ability to obtain, an appropriate, valid Colorado driver's license.
Click here to view the complete job description.
Other Information to Note:
This posting is only open to current Larimer County Sheriff's Office Employees.
All application components must be submitted by 10:00 PM MT on the closing date listed.
Posting salary is based on the 2019 Step Plan.
Click here to view information on Larimer County's Benefits.
Law Enforcement Deputy Sheriff
The Deputy Sheriff performs law enforcement duties to protect lives, property and rights of citizens of Travis County by patrolling assigned districts to enforce local, state and federal laws. Provides for public safety by maintaining order, responding to emergencies, conducting preliminary investigative work and serving warrants.
This is a job classification within the POPS TCSO family and is considered an entry level position in the Law Enforcement Bureau. Duties require substantial degree of initiative and independent judgment necessary to take control of dynamic situations. This classification requires a flexible work schedule in order to meet the needs of the department.
Duties and Responsibilities
Provides for public safety by maintaining order, responding to emergencies, protecting people and property, enforcing motor vehicle and criminal laws, patrolling lake areas by boat or on horseback to promote and foster good community relations with the public.
Patrols assigned areas; maintains situational awareness of area for crime prevention.
Responds day or night to emergency calls and routine complaints.
Records offenses and accidents and facts to prepare reports that document incidents and activities.
Identifies, pursues and arrests suspects and perpetrators of criminal acts.
Interviews complainants, witnesses and defendants; prepares appropriate charges to book arrested suspects.
Reviews and investigates accidents and incidents to determine if criminal act or statute violations were involved.
Monitors, notes, reports and investigates suspicious persons and situations, safety hazards and unusual or illegal activity in patrol area.
Serves warrants, makes arrests and starts booking procedures on arrested individuals.
Assumes control and responsibility at crime scene by directing/assigning duties to patrol and crime scene officers.
Collects and submits evidence; may be required to photograph major fatality accidents.
Locates fugitives, develops informants, and conducts surveillance and search and seizures.
Provides vehicular traffic control and enforcement (tickets and warnings).
Responds to and investigates traffic accidents; renders first aid as required.
Issues traffic citations, directs traffic; investigates traffic accidents and crimes against persons and property.
Serves court processes.
Testifies in court to present evidence or act as witness in traffic and criminal cases.
Files charges with the County and District Attorney Offices.
Prepares sworn affidavits for the issuance or of actual execution of search warrants.
May be required to provide training or teach throughout the community.
Coordinates and implements in-service training programs for departmental personnel.
Prepares and delivers presentations to public sector students and civic groups.
Performs administrative duties as required.
Provides assistance to qualified recipients of various crime programs.
Performs other duties as assigned.
Education and Experience:
Deputy Sheriff (Lateral)
Bargaining Unit: DSA - DSA - Deputy Sheriff's Sworn Rank & File Unit
The Contra Costa County Office of the Sheriff is seeking men and women interested in continuing an exciting and challenging career in law enforcement. Employees in this class perform routine law enforcement, crime prevention and detection, and detention activities in the County Sheriff's Office. Although no law enforcement experience is required for entrance into this class, incumbents must meet the minimum qualifications as described below.
The Contra Costa County Office of the Sheriff enjoys an outstanding reputation as one of the most professional, progressive agencies in the United States. In addition to operating the most innovative detention facilities in the country, the Office of the Sheriff provides patrol services throughout the county including four contract cities for which it provides total police services. Many other specialized assignments are also available. As a department of over 1,000 employees, with 668 that are sworn, the Contra Costa County Office of the Sheriff continues to grow and progress, providing excellent opportunities in career development for its deputies.
To read the complete job description, please visit the website; www.cccounty.us/hr
The eligible list established from this recruitment may remain in effect for six months.
ORAL EXAM DATE: January 15, 2019 (For applications received 11/9/2018- 12/19/2019)
Patrols assigned areas for the protection of life and property
Enforces County ordinances and assists local peace officers in their enforcement activities
Investigates accidents and administers first aid
Makes preliminary investigations of burglary, theft, rape and other criminal violations
Classifies criminal complaints and passes them on to investigators
Sets up and maintains road blocks, conducts stakeouts, makes raids and performs other special duties as directed
Apprehends and transports suspects
Conducts prisoners to and from court and guards them while in court
Transports prisoners to and from the Rehabilitation Center and other points
Receives and investigates complaints of violations by or against juveniles
Confers with juveniles and their parents
Prepares citations for Juvenile Court
Searches for, photographs, collects, preserves and transports physical evidence
Evaluates and compares latent fingerprints
Receives, searches, books, fingerprints and guards prisoners in the jail, hospital, prison wards and at the Rehabilitation Center
Supervises prisoners at work, in transport, during visit conferences and other activities
Prepares for court visits of attorneys and for the transfer and release of prisoners
Serves legal papers such as subpoenas, summons, complaints and writs of attachment, execution and restitution
Assists in conducting sales of attached property
Collects fees due to the County
Serves warrants and makes arrests
Maintains order in court and prepares, processes and maintains necessary files, documents and reports
License Required: Possession of a valid California Motor Vehicle Operator's License. Out of State valid Motor Vehicle Operator's license will be accepted during the application process.
Education: Possession of a United States high school diploma, G. E. D. equivalency, California high school proficiency certificate, or have attained a two-year, four-year or advanced degree from an accredited college or university.
The high school shall be a United States public school, an accredited United States Department of Defense high school, or an accredited or approved public or nonpublic high school.
Training: Possession of a California Basic P. O. S. T. Certificate and experience in law enforcement within the past three years, or successful completion within the last three years of the California Basic Course Equivalency Examination administered by the State of California Commission on Peace Officer Standards and Training, or possession of a valid certificate from a California P. O. S. T. approved Basic Academy. Academy certificates are valid for three years from date of completion of the academy program unless extended by employment as a full-time Peace Officer or Level 1 Reserve.
Citizenship: United States citizen or a permanent resident alien who is eligible for and has applied for citizenship a minimum of one year ago.
Age: Must be 21 years of age at the time of appointment.
Ability to meet such health standards as may be prescribed by the County Medical Consultant.
Hearing: Must not have suffered a hearing loss of over 25 decibels in the 500, 1000 and 2000 frequency ranges.
Visual Acuity: 20/100 uncorrected each eye; corrected to 20/30 each eye.
Background: A thorough background investigation, which will include a report writing exercise, a polygraph examination and psychological testing, shall be conducted according to the specifications of the State of California Commission on Peace Officer Standards and Training; and shall not have been convicted of a felony in this state or any other state or in any federal jurisdiction, or of any offense in any other state or in any federal jurisdiction, which would have been a felony if committed in this state.
Employees in this class who, as a part of their regularly assigned duties are required to operate a motor vehicle, will be subject to drug and alcohol testing under provisions of the County Drug and Alcohol Testing Program.
Application Filing: All applicants must apply on-line at www.cccounty.us/hr and submit the information as indicated on the job announcement by the final filing date.
Oral Interview: Conducted by a Qualifications Appraisal Board who will evaluate candidates in job-related areas (Weighted 100%).
The Human Resources Department may change the examination steps noted above in accordance with the Personnel Management Regulations and accepted selection practices.
THE COUNTY OF CONTRA COSTA IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER AND
VALUES DIVERSITY AT ALL LEVELS OF THE ORGANIZATION
It is the policy of Contra Costa County to consider all applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, ethnicity, age, disability, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, gender expression, marital status, ancestry, medical condition, genetic information, military or veteran status, or other protected category under the law.
The Dougherty County Sheriff's Office has a vacancy for a Deputy Sheriff.
Employee in this position is responsible for the service of civil processes, criminal arrest warrants, provides court room security, youth crime prevention and intervention, sex offender registration, training employees and enforcing federal, state, and local laws. Duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to: patrolling and dispatching; preparing, serving, and logging various types of legal papers, incident reports, court documents and criminal arrest warrants; collecting fines and fees; transporting arrestees, victims and inmates; acting as court bailiff; teaching healthy activities and promoting safety to our youth; speaking to community partners; developing and implementing youth programs; conducting child intervention sessions; making field contacts with sex offenders; fingerprinting and photographing sex offenders; updating sex offender registry; and electronically monitoring sexual predators.
Performs additional duties as assigned. Must be willing to work shift work. Employee reports to first line supervisor.
Must be 21 years of age with a High School Diploma or GED with preferred formal training, special courses, or specialized advanced training in law enforcement, or a closely related field. Should have some knowledge of state/local laws and the County geographical area and road system.
Six (6) months of relative experience preferred; or any related equivalent combination of education, training and experience which demonstrates the ability to perform the duties of the position. If currently employed with the Sheriff's Office, must not have had any disciplinary actions within the past six (6) months. Must be currently certified as a Peace Officer by Georgia P.O.S.T. (Peace Officers Standards and Training) Council or able to become certified within six (6) months of employment.
Must successfully complete P.O.S.T. Basic Jailer Certification and P.O.S.T. General Instructor Training within 6 months of employment if selected for Training Deputy.
Must be GCIC (Georgia Crime Information Center) certified or able to become certified within six (6) months of employment.
Must be proficient with Microsoft suite computer programs. Must possess and maintain a valid Georgia Driver's License.
PLEASE PROVIDE COPIES OF REQUIRED DOCUMENTS: HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA OR EQUIVALENT AND ANY OTHER RELATED CERTIFICATE(S) AND/OR DOCUMENT(S).
SALARY: $27,888.37 annually.
GRADE LEVEL: 113
CONTACT:Dougherty County Human Resources Department
City/County Government Center
222 Pine Avenue, Room 340
Albany, GA 31702
APPLICATION DEADLINE: This announcement is open continuous to qualified applicants until no longer posted. Consideration for actual vacancies will be on an as needed basis.
SUCCESSFUL APPLICANTS FOR EMPLOYMENT MUST PASS A DRUG AND/OR ALCOHOL SCREENING AND PASS BACKGROUND INVESTIGATION.
DOUGHERTY COUNTY HAS A NO SMOKING IN THE WORKPLACE POLICY IN COMPLIANCE WITH THE GEORGIA SMOKE FREE AIR ACT OF 2005.
DOUGHERTY COUNTY PROVIDES REASONABLE ACCOMMODATIONS IN COMPLIANCE WITH THE AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT.
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