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Altus, Oklahoma Police Department

The City of Altus, Oklahoma is hiring for the position of Police Officer. All applicants must be 21 years of age, have a high school diploma/G.E.D., and a clean background. Must have a valid Oklahoma license or be able to obtain one prior to employment.

Must complete:

Written Test (pass/fail)
Typing Test (pass/fail)
Background Investigation
Records Check
Oral Interview Board

Starting Salary:

Un-certified- $27914.00
Certified- $29030.00 to $31399.00
Max Salary: $62274.00

-Single Health and Life Insurance paid by the City
-All equipment and uniforms provided
-Take-Home Car Program
-Eligible for Master Officer Designation and pay after 2 years
-$126.00/month for maintaining required CLEET mandated training hours
-Bilingual Pay (Spanish, Arabic, Sign Language)
-For more benefits please call

All recruits will complete a 4 week mini-academy in Altus, The State CLEET Academy in Ada, and a 14 week FTO program (San Jose Model). Certified officers must complete the mini-academy and the FTO program.

Specialized Duties:

Bicycle Patrol
K-9 Officer
Gang Unit
Detective Division
Community Relations

APD has firing range and training facility and will be moving into a new Police Department facility in 2010.  (2/26/2009)

Anadarko, Oklahoma Police Department

The City of Anadarko is accepting applications for several full time Police Officers.


  • Must be at least 21 years of age & U.S. Citizen
  • Have a High School Diploma or GED
  • Have a valid Drivers License – Insurable Driving Record
  • Must pass a MMPI
  • Must pass a background investigation
  • No felony convictions
  • No Domestic Violence Record
  • Good Moral Character
  • Must be able to complete CLEET training
  • Successfully pass State Pension Physical

Salary & Benefits:

  • Starts at $11.00 an hour for uncertified and from $12.00 an hour for certified
  • City of Anadarko pays for Officer and their families medical, dental and vision premiums. (100 %)
  • $30,000 life insurance policy on Officer
  • 20 year State Pension Retirement
  • Vacation and Sick time (can be taken after 1 year probation period)
  • Longevity
  • Paid Overtime
  • Compensatory Time (up to 80 hours)
  • Paid Holidays
  • Educational Incentive
  • $650.00 Clothing Allowance per year

We are also accepting applications for full time Dispatcher.

Applications can be picked up at City Hall (501 W. Virginia, Anadarko OK 73005. Monday thru Friday between 8:00 am and 5:00 pm) or contact Personnel Director Amy Firestone at (405) 247-2481. 
The City of Anadarko is an equal opportunity employer. (3/13/2009)

Ardmore, Oklahoma Police Department

The Ardmore Police Department is seeking a Deputy Chief to help lead the department into the future. The vacancy is the result of the retirement of the former Deputy Chief, following 20 years of service with the Ardmore Police Department.

THE COMMUNITY. The population of the City of Ardmore is 25,000, and it serves as the business center for Southern Oklahoma. It is the home for regional distribution centers for Best Buy, Dollar General Stores, DOT Foods, a Michelin Tire Plant, a Valero Oil Refinery and more. As a result it serves the micropolitan area of 57,000 people, who live, work, shop and recreate in Ardmore.

THE POLICE DEPARTMENT. The Ardmore Police Department is composed of 78 positions. The annual budget for FY2008-09 is $5.6 million. The department is composed of four divisions. They are the Patrol Services Division, headed by the Deputy Chief, the Investigative Services Division headed by a Captain, the Administrative Services Division headed by a Captain, and the Emergency Dispatch Division, headed by a civilian manager.

The Deputy Chief serves as second in command and manages the Patrol Services Division on a daily basis. The Patrol Services Division is additionally composed of 3 Shift Commanders, along with 6 Sergeants, 6 Corporals, 22 Police Officers, 2 Animal Control Officers and 2 Community Service Officers. The Patrol Services Division is responsible for 24 hour patrol services.

To address crime and maintain positive community relations the Department actively engages the community in such initiatives as Crime Stoppers, Citizen's Police Academy, Shop with a Cop, and Neighborhood Crime Watch. The Department maintains a close relationship with the Ardmore School District and the Southern Oklahoma Technology Center, with School Resource Officers assigned to both organizations.

The Ardmore Police Department is enrolled with, and actively seeking CALEA accreditation. The agency is committed to Community Oriented Policing, Problem Oriented Policing, neighborhood involvement and community service.

To maintain high standards and serve community needs, the Department is focused on training, selecting and retaining exemplary police personnel. The Department receives an average of 5,000 calls for service monthly which is broken down into approximately 4,700 police, 220 Fire, and 450 EMS.

POSITION REQUIREMENTS. The Department is looking for an experienced police manager who is motivated to help continue to improve professionalism, and to support CALEA accreditation. The ideal candidate should have a Bachelor's Degree in Criminal Justice, Public Administration or a related field; supplemented by at least 10 years of previous law enforcement experience, with at least two years experience equivalent to that of a Police Lieutenant or Captain. The individual selected will also have strong leadership and interpersonal skills, as well as being able to work as a member of the Department's and the City's management team. The candidate should have experience working in a union environment, as all sworn personnel below the rank of Deputy Chief are represented by FOP Lodge #108, and covered by the Oklahoma Fire and Police Arbitration Act. The candidate must possess or be eligible to obtain an Oklahoma Council on Law Enforcement Education and Training (CL
EET) Basic and Advanced Peace Officer's certificate within 6 months of appointment.

SALARY AND BENEFITS. The salary range for this position is $54,850 to $89,960 per year. The starting salary is negotiable, depending upon qualifications. The City of Ardmore offers an excellent benefits package, which includes state retirement, health, dental and vision insurance, 12 holidays per year, plus one personal day, 12 vacation days per year, and 12 sick days per year, a $1,550 per year uniform allowance, and use of an assigned City vehicle for business purposes.

APPLICATION PROCESS. Interested applicants should submit a resume, salary history, and City Police Officer application not later than Monday, March 30, 2009, by 5:00 p.m., to: Barbara Hill, HR Director, by email at BHill@ardmorecity.org, or by mail to HR Department, 23 S. Washington St., Ardmore, OK 73401. The Police Officer application is available on the City's website at www.ardmorecity.org. The City will accept applications up through the closing date of March 30, 2009, and an on-site interview/assessment process is being scheduled to occur during the week of April 27, 2009. All applicants will be subject to a comprehensive background investigation, physical examination and psychological evaluation prior to appointment.  (3/6/2009)

Blanchard, Oklahoma Police Department

The City of Blanchard is actively seeking a Chief of Police. This is a 13 officer department in a community that has approximately 5100 citizens. The position requires previous law enforcement experience. Preference will be given to candidates who have attended the OACP Chiefs certification program and who have police union experience. This position requires excellent communication skills, both oral and written, with ability to represent the city with integrity and professionalism when interacting with citizens, other law enforcement agencies, community groups, and at council meetings. Excellent benefits package. Salary commensurate with experience. Respond to the City Manager, City of Blanchard, P.O. Box 480, Blanchard, OK 73010. Resumes will be accepted until 5:00 p.m. April 10th.  (3/26/2009)

Coweta, Oklahoma Police Department

The Coweta Police Department is offering a $2,000.00 signing bonus for new hires that are CLEET certified.

The Coweta Police Department is currently accepting applications for the position of Police Officer. Applicants must be 21 years of age, must possess a valid Oklahoma Drivers License, must have a High School diploma or a G.E.D. and have at least 30 accredited college hours. Each applicant must be able to pass a physical agility test and a written P.O.S.T. (police officer's standardized test) test. The physical agility test is comprised of four parts:

1. sit and reach

2. sit ups

3. push ups

4. one and a half mile run

The physical agility testing is based on the applicant's age and gender. Each applicant must pass a detailed background check with no criminal background. Start out pay is dependent upon the applicant's qualifications and certifications. Certified applicants are preferred but not required. Each applicant will be scored on each category of testing including the interview process. Applicants must be able to pass the State Pension Physical and a post offer drug screening. Applicants can obtain an application at Coweta City Hall. A newly hired Police Officer shall be paid not less than $27,049.39. In addition to base salary officers shall be paid incentive pay at rates determined by contract. All police officers who have successfully completed the basic academy and receive CLEET certification as a full time police officer shall be paid an additional $1,200.00, increased to $3,000.00 after successful completion of probation. The Coweta Police Department offers an incentive pay program for Associates Degree and Bachelors Degree, which is obtained through an accredited college or university. College incentive pay will range from $1,200.00 to $1,800.00. In addition to basic CLEET certification the Coweta Police Department offers incentive pay for specialized training certification outlined in the current contract. Applicants can obtain an application at Coweta City Hall (Human Resources) or call 918-486-2189 and ask for Tom Tillotson.

If there is any questions about employment with the Coweta Police Department please e-mail Lt. Donnie Krumsiek at dkrumsiek@coweta.lib.ok.us (2/26/2009)

Crescent, Oklahoma Police Department

The city of Crescent Police Department is now accepting applications for full time police officers. Starting pay is $11.00 hourly with benefits with an increase in hourly wage after probationary period is complete. Requirements include full time certification from the Council on law Enforcement Education and Training and No felony convictions. For more information contact the Chief of Police at 405-969-2538. All applications and resumes are to be mailed to City of Crescent Police Department, 205 North Grand Crescent Oklahoma 73028. (3/27/2009)

Edmond, Oklahoma Police Department

The city of Edmond is hiring Police officers. The application process ends February 20th. Requirements: 21 yoa, 60 hrs of college or 30 hrs of college with 2 years of prior police work or 4 years of military. No felony convictions. Great health benefits, college incentive pay, tuition reimbursement, assigned vehicle and firearms provided. After the Edmond academy starting pay $41,386. Contact Off. Payne at randy.payne@edmondok.com or www.edmondpd.com  (2/10/2009)

Farmington, New Mexico Police Department

The Farmington NM Police Department is seeking lateral officers. NM certified officers are eligible for a $10,000 signing bonus. Out of state lateral officers are eligible for a $5000 signing bonus. Starting pay for a qualified lateral officer with 2-3 yrs. experience is $21.61 hourly. The department also provides a $1000 moving allowance.

Contact Training Officer Mike Graff (505) 599-1078/ mgraff@fmtn.org or Stephenie Caswell in Human Resources (505) 599-1131 for additional information. Also, visit the City of Farmington website to download an application.  (3/10/2009)

Kingfisher, Oklahoma Police Department

Kingfisher Police Department is accepting applications for the position of patrolman. Preference given to applicants with CLEET certification. Entry level salary $28,696. Applications must be picked up at the Kingfisher Police Department, 117 W. Miles, Kingfisher, Oklahoma, Mon-Fri 8am-5pm. EOE  (3/6/2009)

Kingston, Oklahoma Police Department

Town of Kingston is taking applications for a full time officer. Applicants must be CLEET certified,have a good driving record, and pass a criminal back ground check. Pay is based on years of certified experience. Benefits include vacation, 12 hrs sick leave a month, and health insurance for officer.

Kingston Police Department
22 North Main
Kingston, Ok 73439
Fax # (580)-564-2114

Lahoma, Oklahoma Police Department

The Town of Lahoma Police Dept is searching for a full time Officer. CLEET certified and experience a Plus. Applications available upon request. Mail, fax, or Email resume to Lahoma Police Dept.

PO Box 443 Lahoma,OK 73754

Fax 580-796-2705

Email lahoma.pd@gmail.com (3/6/2009)

Lawton, Oklahoma Police Department

The Lawton Police Department is currently accepting applications for the position of Police Officer. Applicants must be 21 years of age, a United States citizen, possess a valid Oklahoma Driver’s License (at time of employment) and have a High School Diploma or G.E.D. Applications will be available beginning March 30th through May 8th 2009.

The Lawton Police Department is comprised of 160 sworn officers. All officers upon hiring are assigned to the Uniform Division for the first three years of employment. Upon hiring, the Probationary Police Officer will attend the Lawton Police Academy for twenty-one (21) weeks. Depending on the needs of the service, certified officers may be required to attend the Academy along with non-certified new hires.

Hiring Process:

-Complete the City of Lawton Application and Lawton Police Department Background Information Packet (Deadline May 6th/pickup, May 8th return)

-Physical Agility:

-Push-ups (min 25)
-Sit-ups (min 25)
-Vertical Jump (min 16 inches)
-300m Run (min 72 seconds)

Note: Failure to complete ALL required events will terminate the Testing Phase of the application process.

-Written Examination:
The exam will consist of basic reading comprehension, basic math and report writing. The exam will only be administered to those individuals who PASS the physical agility test. Passing score for the written exam is 70% or higher.

-Oral Board:

A total of two oral interviews are conducted. The first interview, Panel Interview, is conducted by a panel of police officers and civilians. The second interview occurs during the final stages of the process and is conducted by the Chief of Police and his staff. Not all applicants will qualify for an interview with the Chief of Police. Those individuals will be selected based on their Written Exam/Panel Interview scores.

Upon completion of ALL testing phases, a complete Background Investigation will be completed by those individuals deemed competitive. Once completed, they will be given a date for the Chief’s Interview. After successful completion, a Conditional Offer of Employment, will be made. The applicant will then will have to pass a polygraph examination, psychological evaluation (MMPI) and physical exam. Once again, failure to pass ANY of these phases will result in the offer being withdrawn.


-Recruit 1st Year, up to $29,282 depending on CLEET Certification
-2nd Year, $31,532
-Yearly Step Increases
-Master Officer designation (4th Year), $40,331
-All Officers receive Night Differential of 5% if working nights/evenings

The Lawton Police Department negotiates their contract with the City of Lawton through their bargaining agent, the International Union of Police Association AFL-CIO Local 24.


-Holiday Pay, 88 hours each year
-Paid Vacation, 80 hours after first year
-Life Insurance
-Paid Sick Leave, 96 hours per year, any unused sick leave accumulated after 576 hours will be paid at regular salary
-Bereavement Leave up to 3 days
-Paid Military Leave for Reserve or National Guard duty
-Participation in the Oklahoma Police Officer’s Pension System
-Employee Health Plan
-Educational Reimbursement
-Take Home Car Program

All uniforms and equipment are issued to officers at no cost to them.

The Lawton/Fort Sill community is growing. Our current population is approximately 98,000 citizens and growing. With our military neighbor, Fort Sill, to the north of our city, we continue to grow in all directions. For those wanting to further their education, Cameron University offers an excellent opportunity for those working adults wanting to complete a degree program. With an abundance of outdoor activities, the Wichita Mountain Wildlife Refuge provides a variety of available activities. From climbing Mount Scott to hiking trails filled with buffalo and longhorns to just relaxing by one of many hidden lakes, there is something for everyone.

For further information, contact the Lawton Police Department Training Division at 580-581-3220/3221 or visit our website at lawtonpd.com. (3/26/2009)

Minco, Oklahoma  Police Department

The City of Minco is seeking full-time CLEET certified officers or Collegiate Officers Program Certifiable.

Staring salary $24,000 plus benefits.

Mail resume to Chief Todd Curtis, P.O. Box 512, Minco, OK 73059 (2/26/2009)

Nichols Hills, Oklahoma Police Department

The Nichols Hills Police Department is currently accepting applications for the position of police officer. Applicants must be at least 21 of age, have a high school Diploma or GED, a valid Oklahoma driver's license. They must have effective communication skills, the ability to satisfy background investigation, polygraph, psychological and physical exams. CLEET certification is preferred but not required. Starting salary is $33,765.23. Applications available at the Police Dept. 6407 Avondale Dr, Nichols Hills, OK 73116 or can be downloaded at www.nicholshills.net. Applications are to be turned in at the Police Dept no later than 5pm April 1, 2009. The City of Nichols Hills is an equal opportunity employer.  (2/26/2009)

Norman, Oklahoma Police Department

The Norman Police Department is hiring for its October 2009 Police Academy. March 21 and May 16 are the only two testing dates remaining. See www.newnormancops.com for requirements and to register for a test date. Starting salary for July 2009 is $40, 767. For more information, contact a police recruiter at policerecruiting@normanok.gov  (2/20/2009)

Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology, Police Department

The OSU Institute of Technology, in Okmulgee, is currently accepting applications for the position of Police Officer. This is a full time CLEET certified Law Enforcement Officer position with benefits. OSU-IT provides paid vacation; sick leave; options on health; dental; life Insurance; and Oklahoma Law Enforcement Retirement (OLERS). Applicants must have high school diploma or GED, valid Oklahoma Driver License, be at least 21 years of age, must not have been convicted of a felony or domestic violence. Starting pay is $11.06 to $12.47 hourly. Current CLEET certification preferred but not necessary. Applicants must pass Oklahoma Law Enforcement Retirement System physical exam, and department background investigation.

Apply online at http://jobs.okstate.edu. Click “Search Listings” on the left side. Select “Okmulgee” from the campus drop down box. Click “Search”.  

Okmulgee, Oklahoma Police Department

The City of Okmulgee is accepting applications for police officer. Written and physical agility tests are required. Non-Certified officers pay begins at $28,044, Certified Officers begin at $29,945, and Certified Officers after completion of one year of service go to $32,067.

The City of Okmulgee also offers an excellent benefit package.

Applications are accepted at the Personnel Office, City of Okmulgee, 111 East Fourth Street, PO Box 250, Okmulgee, Ok 74447. Further inquiries can be obtained from Personnel Director; Cheryl Rea (cheryl@okmcity.net) 918-758-1102 or Capt. Dan Owen 918-758-1141.  (3/6/2009)

Pawhuska, Oklahoma Police Department

The City of Pawhuska is currently accepting applications for the position of police officer. Applicants must be at least 21 of age, have a high school Diploma or GED, a valid Oklahoma driver's license. They must have effective communication skills, the ability to satisfy background investigation,psychological and physical exam. CLEET certification is preferred but not required. Starting salary is 24,024 for uncertified, 25,500.00 to 27,612 after certification. Applications available at the Police Dept. 128 west main, Pawhuska Ok. 74056. Job openings will remain until positions are filled. (3/10/20009)

Prague, Oklahoma Police Department

The Prague Police Department is currently accepting applications for a CLEET certified Police Officer. Applicants must be 21 years of age, must possess a valid Oklahoma Driver License,have a High School diploma or a G.E.D. college preferred but not mandatory.Must be able to pass Oklahoma State Police Pension.Good starting salary,benefits and hours. Apply at 1116 Jim Thorpe, Prague, Oklahoma. EOE 405-567-2239  (1/12/2009)

Quinton, Oklahoma Police Department

The city of Quinton is accepting applications for a full-time CLEET certified police officer. Applications can be obtained from Quinton City Hall P.O. Box 420 Quinton, OK 74561 (918)469-3777. Applications will be accepted until 5:00 p.m. March 26, 2009. All interested candidates are invited to attend the meeting 6:00 P.M. March 26, 2009. (3/24/2009)

Ringling, Oklahoma Police Department

The town of Ringling is accepting applications for a full-time CLEET certified Police Officer.  Applications can be obtained form the Ringling City Hall, 21 North 5h, Ringling, OK,  (580) 662-2264.  Applications will be accepted until 4:00 P.M. March 12, 2009.  All interested candidates are invited to attend the meeting at 6:30 P.M. March 16, 2009.  (3/6/2009)

Sallisaw, Oklahoma Police Department

Applications will be accepted by the City of Sallisaw until 5:00 PM, Friday March 13, 2009 for the position of police officer. Starting salary is $22,880 for non-certified or $26,436 for CLEET certified. Pre employment drug screening is required. Applicants will be required to successfully complete physical agility testing, written testing(POST), oral review board, Police Pension Physical, and MMPI. Successful applicants will be required to live within a twenty minute response time. A job description, minimum requirements and application for employment may be obtained at the City Managers office located at 115 East Choctaw Sallisaw, OK 74955; or contact Dianna Davis or Kim Jamison at (918) 775-4112 Ext. 101, 139 (2/26/2009)

Stillwater, Oklahoma Police Department

Communications Specialists are responsible for receiving 911 emergency calls, entering data, and dispatching fire, police and emergency services personnel. Starting salary is $12.50 per hour with a generious benefits package, including medical, dental, annual and sick leave. Accepting applications until April 3,2009. For more information and a complete job description go to www.stillwater.org  (3/26/2009)



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