Kansas Peace Officers Association

P.O. Box 2592, Wichita, KS 67201
(316) 722-8433  |  kpoa@kpoa.org

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Kansas Law Enforcement Related Job Opportunities

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  • 05/04/2021 7:34 PM | Grover Piper (Administrator)

    The City of Benton is seeking a full-time police officer.  We are a small community positioned well for growth.  Located in western Butler County along K254 Hwy approximately 9 miles east of Wichita and 12 miles west of El Dorado, directly in the middle of Circle School District (USD 375), Benton truly is a small town with big conveniences. 

    This position requires a motivated individual with the self-discipline to operate with limited supervision and must work well with surrounding agencies. The ideal candidate should be effective in all forms of communication, possess good public relations skills, and be well organized. This position enforces all federal, state, and local laws and ordinances, performs basic patrol duties, and investigates all types of crimes and traffic crashes.

    Applicants must be 21 years of age, possess a high school diploma or equivalent as well as a valid driver’s license in good standing.  Candidates must not have disqualifying criminal history of any kind, to include all felony and domestic violence convictions.  Successful candidates must pass an oral interview, medical and psychological examination, and an extensive personal and criminal history background check.  Kansas full-time law enforcement certification is preferred.

    Salary: Full-time (Certified) starting $18.00/hr. Negotiable, depending upon qualifications.

    Shifts are flexible, but candidates must be willing to work weekends, holidays and some overtime as needed.  Must also reside within a 30-minute response time to Benton city limits within 6 months of starting employment. The City’s benefits package including KPERS retirement, paid vacation/sick leave, paid holidays, and Blue Cross Blue Shield health insurance. The City of Benton is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE).

    For more information or to request an application, contact Chief Braden Moore at bmoore@bentonks.org, or Lt. Devin Haines at dhaines@bentonks.org, or by calling (316) 778-1818.   Applications can be picked up and submitted, in person or by mail, at the Benton Police Department or Benton City Hall, both located at 154 S. Main St., Benton, Kansas 67017.  (Please provide a resume with application including 3 professional references.)

  • 05/04/2021 7:34 PM | Grover Piper (Administrator)

    Wellington, the County Seat for Sumner County, Kansas, is known as the “Wheat Capital of the World”, located in south central Kansas approximately 20 miles north of the Kansas/Oklahoma borders.  Wellington is the largest city in Sumner County.    

    There are several elements that make Wellington unique. From the official Kansas Wheat Festival, to Wellington Heat Baseball, to our historic downtown-- these are things you won’t find anywhere else. But what truly makes Wellington stand out is our residents. 

    At nearly 8,000 strong, Wellington residents represent all walks of life. Building on a rich agricultural tradition, farmers make up a large portion of Wellington's population. Having harvested record numbers of wheat over the past several years, Wellington farmers embrace the historical significance of Kansas agriculture while also carrying it into the future. 

    As a Wellington Police Officer, you must be a person of honor, integrity, possess strong communication skills, and be able to render sound decisions under pressure.  Most of all, you must be committed to public service, which includes participating in community service events/activities, assisting our citizens, and investigating/solving crimes.

    Salary Range: $16.27-$24.93 DOQ 

    Qualifications:  Minimum qualification includes, high school or GED diploma, 21 years of age at time of appointment, no Felony, domestic violence or serious misdemeanor offenses.  Selection process includes a written test, oral board interview, and psychological examination. Must be able to pass a background check, drug screen and physical Fitness test.  The applicant must live within 20 minutes of the city limits of Wellington.  Current certified law enforcement officer preferred, but not required.   

    Applying: Visit www.cityofwellington.net to apply or contact the City of Wellington/Human Resource Office at 620-326-2811.   

    Closing Date:  June 1st 2021 5:00pm

    For additional questions/concerns, contact Chief Tracy A. Heath at 620-326-3331.

  • 05/04/2021 7:32 PM | Grover Piper (Administrator)

    The City of Pleasanton, Kansas is seeking interest from qualified candidates for a full time position of Law Enforcement Officer. 

    The essential functions of the position within the organization are to enforce City, State, and Federal laws; respond to calls, make arrests, issue citations, occasionally testify in court cases, and report on events and activities to the Chief of Police.

    Kansas Law Enforcement Training Center Certification is required, but the City would be willing to send the right person to KLETC Full Time Academy. Must be able to pass psychological exam, strong background check and have clear driving record. Prefer at least 1 year of active law enforcement, but the City is willing to train the right person 

    Salary DOQ.  Interested candidates should submit an application, resume, and three work-related references to officertsnyderppd@yahoo.com or Attn: Chief of Police, P.O. Box 399, Pleasanton, Kansas 66075. If confidentiality is requested, please note in application materials. Position will remain open until filled. EOE. Learn more information about the community and download a printable application at www.pleasantonks.com 

  • 05/04/2021 7:30 PM | Grover Piper (Administrator)

    Under the supervision of the duly elected Sheriff, a Commissioned Patrol Deputy is a non-exempt position under the FLSA, which performs duties in the protection of life and property and the preservation of order in Grant County Kansas. The employee in this position enforces all federal and state law along with County Resolutions. This employee will assist with investigations, civil process and other tasks as required by the Sheriff. Patrol duties include enforcing traffic laws, investigation of crimes, accidents, civil process and providing public assistance. This employee will be required to exercise initiative and discretion when faced with emergency situations.

    Essential Functions

    • Enforces all federal, state and local laws
    • Patrols the entirety of Grant County including Rural and Urban areas
    • Investigates suspicious conditions and complaints
    • Investigates and records traffic accidents
    • Searches for, collects and identifies evidence found at crime scenes
    • Arrests individuals who violate laws
    • Appears in court as the arresting officer
    • Investigates and intervenes in domestic disputes
    • Directs traffic and issues citations for traffic law violations
    • Operates radio transmittal equipment and communicates with dispatchers
    • Answers citizen complaints and takes necessary action
    • Assist other law enforcement, fire and emergency medical service agencies
    • Works at a desk preparing reports
    • Assist with civil defense in emergencies
    • Serves civil process and other District Court related duties

    Marginal Functions

    • Assists with severe weather watches
    • Participates in public information education meetings and programs
    • Provides security checks
    • Assists with funeral escorts
    • Assists with animal related duties (ex. Livestock at large, dog bite complaints, etc)

    Other related duties as deemed necessary or as required

    • Must be 21 Years of Age or Older
    • Must not have any felony or serious misdemeanor convictions
    • Must have a valid drivers license.

    Applicants can download application by visiting https://www.grantcoks.org/Jobs.aspx?JobID=24&CommunityJobs=False&UniqueId=81

  • 05/04/2021 7:21 PM | Grover Piper (Administrator)

    The City of Sterling, Kansas with a population of 2,515, encompasses an area of 1.83 square miles in Rice County. Sterling is nestled in the southern portion of Rice County with Lyons, the county seat to the north,  Nickerson to the southeast and the City of Hutchinson 23  miles to the southeast. The Arkansas River, Cow Creek,  and Bull Creek wind around as boundaries to the north  and south of the town. With K-96 trucking trade line  running through the city. 

    Sterling was initially named "Peace" out of respect for Mr. Ninde, a Quaker, who was  the town's first land agent. In May of 1876 the proud people of Peace decided that  they needed a more progressive name for the fast-growing city and the town was  incorporated as a third-class city under the name of Sterling. Located on the  mainline of the Santa Fe Railroad, the town grew rapidly and became the principal  trading point for a wide area. Sterling served as a retail center, particularly for  lumber, for the entire area to the southwest, including Sylvia and Stafford. Sterling  gained national attention as the "Broomcorn Capital". It also contained a salt plant,  flour milling industry, and a Farmer's Co-op Union that has expanded through the  years and is now one of the largest in the state with its headquarters in Sterling.  

    Another important feature of Sterling is that of Sterling College a 4-year liberal arts  college with about 600 students.  

    By Election of the people, the City of Sterling adopted the Commission-Manager form of government in 1924. The Commission-Manager plan is the system of local  government that combines the strong political leadership of locally elected City  Commissioners with the strong managerial experience of a local government  manager. The plan establishes a representative system where all power is  concentrated in the elected commission as a whole and where the commission hires  a professionally trained manager to oversee the management of the City's  operations and its delivery of public services, including policy decisions of the City  Commission. 

    Sterling provides a variety of services including, police, water, sewer, electric, gas, and telecommunications/ Internet. The water,  sewer, and electric are all municipally operated while the gas and telecommunications/Internet both have private providers.  Through municipal operations Sterling is able to boast some of the lowest rates in the State, in Sewer they have recently invested  $1.2 million to accommodate future growth, and in electric, Sterling is able to offer competitive rates and unbeatable service  delivery. Police provides 24/7 protection and a community driven approach to Fire/EMS-Sterling is second to none when it comes  to protecting life and property.  

    THE POLICE DEPARTMENT  

    The Sterling Police Department is organized to provide effective, professional  services to the community. The agency has 12 total employees, with 10 sworn (5  full-time and 5 part-time), and two auxiliary, volunteer Chaplains. The agency  operates with three officers on set rotating shifts and one officer on a modified  shift. Additionally, there is a Patrol Sergeant, who assists the Chief of Police in  oversight of the department. The Department staffs a part-time position that  handles the D.A.R.E. program with the Sterling School District as well as a full-time  officer who serves as a Drug Recognition Expert and Rangemaster. Additionally,  an individual patrol officer is assigned to handle code enforcement efforts for the  city.  

    The Department places a strong emphasis on the development of its employees  through training opportunities. 911 communication and dispatch services are  provided by the Rice County Emergency Communication Center. The Sterling  Police Department is a secure facility connected to city hall and Includes an  attached garage that allows officers to process vehicles and other large items in a  well-lit and partially climate-controlled environment. The space also provides a  secure area to store and maintain department equipment and patrol supplies. The  department provides animal control services to the community as well as well as a  security contract with Sterling College.  

    The Sterling Police Chief must be willing to embrace and enhance a community  policing model that has been established by the City of Sterling, that is not only  sensitive to the benefits that this program has achieved, but embrace and grow  the culture of the program for the benefit of the City of Sterling. Through high  levels of community engagement, the Police Chief will be charged with  advancing the organization to new levels of success.  

    The Sterling Police Department has spent decades developing demonstrated  trust with our neighbors through the community policing model. The new Police  Chief will be blessed with the opportunity to step into a community where Law  Enforcement are beloved by the neighbors and supported by the City  Commission. This is not true of all places, and is one of many attractive features.

    A candidate for the position of Chief of  Police: 

    • Prefer Associate's or Bachelor's Degree 
    • Must be a certified police officer. 
    • Have at least ten (10) years of service in law enforcement, including five (5) years in a supervisory position, and training which provides the knowledge, skills and abilities to perform the job. 
    • Must be a proven leader, committed to the growth and development of the Department. 
    • Be an exceptional communicator, able to thoughtfully represent the interests of  the Department and the City, with a  high level of community engagement; be a self-starter and someone who is willing to listen to new ideas; be innovative and creative when addressing issues and solving problems. 
    • Be researching, aware of, and ready to implement legislative policy changes. 
    • Be a working Chief of Police with street experience, and accurately balance time spent in the field versus administrating. Must be willing to patrol,  enforce traffic, and respond to criminal  complaints. 
    • Be willing to complete non-traditional police functions and wear multiple hats which serve the collective interest of the  Community. This includes contract obligations with Sterling College, Code Compliance Enforcement, and Animal Control assistance. 
    • Be proactive in addressing criminal activity while maintaining and enhancing community engagement. 
    • Initiate re-occurring traffic enforcement campaigns in conjunction with regular patrol 
    • Have excellent oral and written communication skills with the ability to effectively communicate openly and with clarity with the city manager and community leaders, local organizations, media, city staff, and elected officials. 
    • Have experience in the development and implementation of a Department Plan; developing, articulating and carrying out Department goals and objectives; have a history of responsible budgeting and fiscal management; able to get the most out of the resources allocated to the Department. 
    • Be available for and make presentations to the community and have the appropriate balance of time spent internally and externally. This includes activities in USD 376 and Sterling College. 
    • Have a proven record and strong understanding of fiscal constraints in a municipal environment; as part of a city leadership team with common and shared needs, be able to develop, justify and present a Department budget. 
    • Have experience leading a team that emphasizes a collaborative approach to solving problems, shares leadership, and encourages creativity and innovation within the Police Department. 
    • Have and understanding and appreciation of the benefits of developing community partners to further the culture of a community policing model. Ability to engage the community and build relationships for Department members to work with the community as a whole; able to cultivate a thoughtful relationship with the media to support the interests of the department. 
    • Have extensive experience in and a reputation for dealing openly and fairly with employees; able to effectively carry out personnel initiatives in the interest of the Department and the City. 
    • Be able to effectively carry out the Department responsibility for personnel management, including recruitment, selection and promotion of Department personnel; value and create diversity of skill sets and demographics in the Department; create an inclusive environment. Have a record of success in managing a fair and consistent disciplinary process. 
    • Have the ability to formulate an effective means to evaluate, recognize and develop personnel; to provide succession planning and leadership development in the Department. 
    • Must value family team culture, prioritize employee wellness, and encourage training opportunities for personnel 
    • Be capable of evaluating the workload at all levels of staffing to make the best use of Department resources. 
    • Be a servant leader in the Department and the community, always acting with the utmost integrity and committed to serving the collective interest of the department, city, and neighbors of Sterling. 

    Applicants may find additional information regarding the City of Sterling Police Department and the Chief of Police position  through the City of Sterling website https://www.sterling-kansas.com/. Additional Research information pertaining to this  position may be found at https://www.sterling-kansas.com/187/Police-Department. Lastly, candidates can learn all about our  wonderful community by perusing the Community Profile located HERE. 

    COMPENSATION AND BENEFITS  

    The salary range for the position is $50,000 to $70,000 with an excellent benefits package that rivals any peer community or  organization. The City of Sterling provides Blue Cross Health Insurance, KPERS Retirement, ICMA-RC 457 Deferred  Compensation Plan, life insurance, Free Gym Membership, Take Home Patrol Unit, and ample budget for trainings,  conferences, and participation in professional associations. The greatest benefit in working for the City of Sterling is serving in  an organization that values family time outside of the office.  

    HOW TO APPLY  

    Candidates need apply by Tuesday, June 1st.  

    The application can be found HERE or available by email request at ccrossette@sterling-kansas.com. The application and all  relevant attachments are due by Tuesday, June 1st. If you are considering this job opportunity, start filling out the application  well in advance of the deadline. Our care for our community can be seen in the thoroughness of the application. We take pride  in our due diligence in identifying the best candidate to protect and lead in our community.  

    To be considered for this position, in one document please email (1) Cover Letter (2) Resume (3) and your full application with  relevant attachments to ccrossette@sterling-kansas.com or mail to: City of Sterling C/O Craig R. Crossette PO Box 287  Sterling, KS 67579 or deliver in person at City Hall 114 N. Broadway Sterling, KS 67579.  

    The City of Sterling is an Equal Opportunity Employer.  

  • 05/04/2021 7:19 PM | Grover Piper (Administrator)

    The Kansas Commission on Peace Officers' Standards and Training wishes to fill the position of Executive Director.  Please note the conditions of appointment as listed in this document.

    The Kansas Commission on Peace Officers' Standards and Training oversees law enforcement certification and training in the State of Kansas and has the authority to initiate administrative investigations and disciplinary proceedings against the 8,500+ active law enforcement officers.  The KSCPOST is also charged with tracking the training and employment histories of all certified law enforcement officers.  The Executive Director of the Kansas Commission on Peace Officers' Standards and Training functions serves as the agency head and reports directly to the Commission.  

    Under general guidance provided by the Chairman and various committees of the Commission, the Executive Director will provide overall leadership of staff in the development and implementation of short and long range plans and policies and other activities, develop and implement the annual budget, develop and implement policies, procedures and regulations subject to the approval of the Commission, work with law enforcement and other criminal justice agencies throughout the state, provide oversight of the certification and decertification process for law enforcement officers throughout the State of Kansas, including the supervision of administrative disciplinary investigations, support all activities associated with the Commission, including staffing for all Commission and committee meetings, meeting schedules, locations, development of agenda, meeting materials and minutes, and oversee the operation of the Central Registry of law enforcement officers created by KSA 74-5611a. 

    Some travel will be required.


    REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS:

    1. Baccalaureate degree in criminal justice or a related area from an institution accredited by one of the six regional accreditation associations in the United States or baccalaureate degree area from an institution accredited by one of the six regional accreditation associations in the United States with 3 years of experience in criminal justice or law enforcement.

    2. At least 10 years of progressively responsible experience in law enforcement with at least 5 years of management experience.

    3. Knowledge of and a demonstrated ability to work with other members of the law enforcement community.

    4. Excellent written communications skills as demonstrated in the cover letter and resume.

    5. Holder of or eligible to obtain a valid and current Kansas driver’s license.

    6. Active certification as a Kansas law enforcement officer or eligible to become certified by fulfilling all statutory requirements for active certification within one year of appointment.

    PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS

    1. An advanced degree in an academic discipline related to law enforcement from an institution accredited by one of the six regional accreditation associations in the United States.

    2. Knowledge of and a demonstrated ability to work with other members of the Kansas law enforcement community.

    3. A graduate of the Federal Bureau of Investigation National Academy, Southern Police Institute, or other nationally recognized law enforcement leadership program.

    4. Experience with or knowledge of purchasing, human resources, and financial systems. 

    5. Excellent oral communication skills. 

    6. Experience with agency branding, to include web-based applications and social media.

    Starting Salary:$80,000 to $93,633 annually, depending on qualifications and experience.

    Application Deadline:Review of applications will begin June 1, 2021.  This position is open until filled.

    Application Procedure:To apply, email a resume, cover letter, and State of Kansas Certificate of Tax Clearance to Commission Legal Counsel at mmeier@kscpost.org.  You may apply for a Certificate of Tax Clearance at https://www.ksrevenue.org/taxclearance.html.  For more information about employment with the State of Kansas, visit www.jobs.ks.gov.  

    Appointment:The Executive Director is appointed by the Kansas Commission of Peace Officers’ Standards and Training and serves at the pleasure of the Commission.  Any appointment offer will be expressly contingent upon approval from the Kansas Commission on Peace Officers' Standards and Training and the Office of the Governor.

    This is a law enforcement position.  Prior to employment, the successful candidate will be offered a conditional offer of employment subject to a full law enforcement background check, criminal history record check, polygraph, psychological evaluation, and drug test.

    The State of Kansas is an Equal Opportunity Employer.  We value diversity, equity, and inclusion as essential elements that create and foster a welcoming workplace.  All qualified persons will be considered for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, political affiliation, disability, or any other factor unrelated to the essential functions of the job.  

    If you wish to identify yourself as a qualified person with a disability under the Americans with Disabilities Act and would like to request an accommodation, please address the request to Commission Legal Counsel Michelle Meier. 

  • 05/01/2021 8:25 AM | Grover Piper (Administrator)

    Eudora Police Department 

    The City of Eudora, KS population 6,600 seeks responsible applicants for a full time Police Officer position. Candidates must be able to pass drug & physical screenings, background check & psychological testing, have valid Kansas driver's license, and high school degree or GED is required.  Kansas Law Enforcement Certificate required.

    Benefits include individual health, dental & vision insurance, vacation & sick leave, and Kansas Police & Fire Retirement.  Starting salary varies depending on qualifications. Minimum hourly rate of $20 once certified. 

    Candidates must be able to pass drug & physical screenings, background check & psychological testing, have valid Kansas driver's license, and high school degree or GED is required.  Kansas Law Enforcement Certificate required.

    Go to https://www.cityofeudoraks.gov/Jobs.aspx?UniqueId=94&From=All&CommunityJobs=False&JobID=Police-Officer-63 for instructions on how to apply. 

    Positions open until filled. 

    Contact twillis@cityofeudoraks.gov for any questions. 

  • 05/01/2021 8:24 AM | Grover Piper (Administrator)

    The Jewell County Sheriff’s Office is looking for motivated individuals to fill full time Deputy Sheriff position(s).  Jewell County is located in North Central Kansas and is mostly a rural community. The population is around 2800.  

    The Jewell County Sheriff’s Office has 4 Deputy Sheriffs who are overseen by the Sheriff and Undersheriff. Chosen candidate(s) will be an energized, self-starter, team motivated, and approachable individual who demonstrates a high level of integrity, and can work effectively with others to continuously improve police operations and public relations in the community. The person(s) will provide public safety by maintaining order, responding to emergencies, protecting people and property, enforcing motor vehicle and criminal laws, and promoting great community relations.

    Benefits

    • KPERS retirement

    • Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Kansas Health and Dental Insurance

    • Optional AFLAC supplemental insurance

    • Will provide take home vehicle, uniform, and equipment

    • Paid time off

    Minimum Requirements

    • Candidates shall not have any Felony, Domestic Violence, or serious misdemeanor convictions, and/or other criminal or civil legal action pending.

    • Be of good moral character

    • No Brady/Giglio issues

    • Must be a U.S. citizen

    • Must be at least 21 years of age

    • Possess at least a high school diploma or GED

    • Possess a valid driver's license

    • Must be a resident of Jewell County within 90 days of hire

    • Starting salary depends on the applicant’s experience

    • ALL APPLICANTS MUST PASS A BACKGROUND CHECK AND INTERVIEWS

     All interested persons can send their request to e-mail to don.jacobs@leo.gov or call the        Jewell County Sheriff’s Office at 785-378-3194.  

  • 05/01/2021 8:23 AM | Grover Piper (Administrator)

    Do You Want to Serve in a Supportive Community?

    Invest in your future, come to Park City, where you will have the opportunity to join a team of ethical hardworking law enforcement professionals.  You will serve in a community where the council, administration and citizens appreciate and support their Police Officers. 

    As a certified officer, you will receive a $10,000 hiring incentive.

    Starting pay will be dependent upon your experience and qualifications. Salary range is $19.63 to $28.93 per hour, plus shift differentials (second shift .50 per hour, third shift .75 per hour) and an exceptional benefit package where the city pays 100% of the health insurance premiums for you and your family.

    The City of Park City has an exceptional employee benefit package, which includes:

    o   Health insurance where the City pays 100% of the premium;

    o   City funded Health Reimbursement Account to offset insurance deductible, coinsurance and copays;

    o   Dental, Vision, Flexible Spending Account, LegalShield, AFLAC, Three-in-One Supplemental;

    o   KP&F Retirement and KPERS 457 Deferred Compensation; 

    o   Vacation and Sick Leave and 11 paid Holidays; 

    o   Training Opportunities and $2,500/Year College Tuition Reimbursement; 

    o   On-site fitness facility;

    o   Wellness Initiatives that include discounted membership to YMCA or area fitness club;

    o   Employee Assistance Program to provide counseling and education to employees and their families;

    o   Opportunity to work in a state-of-the-art police facility.

    To be considered for employment as a Park City Police Officer, an applicant must:

    Thank you for your application.  Please make sure to complete your Personal History Statement and someone from our Police Department will contact you. 

  • 05/01/2021 8:21 AM | Grover Piper (Administrator)

    Do You Want to Serve in a Supportive Community?

    Invest in your future, come to Park City, where you will have the opportunity to join a team of ethical hardworking law enforcement professionals.  You will serve in a community where the council, administration and citizens appreciate and support their Police Officers. 

    As a noncertified officer, you will receive a $2,700 hiring incentive.

    Starting Pay

    o   $19.00 per hour

    o   2% increase in starting pay for prior military experience

    o   1% increase in starting pay for an Associate's Degree

    o   1% increase in pay for a Bachelor's Degree

    Hiring Bonus

    o   $2,750 hiring bonus

    o   $500 paid upon first paycheck

    o   $750 paid upon KLETC graduation

    o   $1500 paid upon completion of Field Training Program

    The City of Park City has an exceptional employee benefit package, which includes:

    o   Health insurance where the City pays 100% of the premium;

    o   City funded Health Reimbursement Account to offset insurance deductible, coinsurance and copays;

    o   Dental, Vision, Flexible Spending Account, LegalShield, AFLAC, Three-in-One Supplemental;

    o   KP&F Retirement and KPERS 457 Deferred Compensation; 

    o   Vacation and Sick Leave and 11 paid Holidays; 

    o   Training Opportunities and $2,500/Year College Tuition Reimbursement; 

    o   On-site fitness facility;

    o   Wellness Initiatives that include discounted membership to YMCA or area fitness club;

    o   Employee Assistance Program to provide counseling and education to employees and their families;

    o   Opportunity to work in a state-of-the-art police facility.

    To be considered for employment as a Park City Police Officer, an applicant must:

    Thank you for your application.  Please make sure to complete your Personal History Statement and someone from our Police Department will contact you. 

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