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The Town of Achille Police Department is hiring Reserve Officers

 

The requirements for employment are as follows: must be able to work up to 140 hours per month, pass a written test, physical exam, background check, psychological evaluation and an interview process with our Oral Board. This is a volunteer/unpaid position.

CLEET certification is not mandatory but is preferred.

 

All resumes and interests can be sent to Chief Isedeh at achillepd1@outlook.com

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         (7/16/2019)

 

The Achille Police Department is looking for a certified officer to be the Achille ISD Resource Officer

 

This is a part-time position. Qualified applicants must be good with school-aged children from Pre K - 12th grade. Salary is negotiable.

 

Please contact Chief Isedeh with your resume at achillepd1@outlook.com.

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The Altus Police Department is currently accepting applications for the

position of Police Officer

 

CLEET Certification is preferred, but not required.

 

Position requires monitoring and enforcement of the criminal and traffic laws. Work requires responsibility to react in a thorough and professional manner and an ability to deal with the public and observe suspicious activity. Works under direct supervision of the Lieutenant or Captain.

 

Within the rank of Police Officer there are various assignments to a variety of functions. However, they are all Police Officers and subject to transfer based on the needs of service. These special assignments may include: Traffic, Records, Training, Narcotics, Investigations, Field Training Officer, and D.A.R.E. Officer.

 

The Altus Police Department provides uniforms, equipment, duty firearms, and a take home car (if you reside within the city limits).

 

Starting pay for Uncertified Officers is $16.16 an hour.  Starting pay for Certified Officers is dependent on experience.  Additional pay incentives are also available for College degrees, bilingual speaking, etc.

 

To be eligible for Police Officer: Must be 21 years old. Although Police Officer is an entry level position, the incumbent must complete a probationary period and complete both written and practical knowledge and field training under the direct supervision of a field training officer. Must pass local comprehension/aptitude tests, practical exams, MMPI-2/CPI or related psychological performance tests; must have passed a comprehensive background investigation.

 

Must be a resident of the State of Oklahoma and possess a high school diploma or G.E.D. Must not have been convicted of a felony or a misdemeanor of moral turpitude or have pending criminal actions. Must not be a current user of controlled substances.

 

Must be able to touch type 20 words per minute.

 

 

For questions or applications contact Sgt. Chris Elrod at 580-481-2223

or email celrod@altusok.gov

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 Northwestern Oklahoma State University Police Department
Alva, OK

Available Positions Full-Time Police Officer – Alva Campus

and Part-time (or Reserve) Police Officer

 

Northwestern Oklahoma State University Police Department is currently interviewing applicants for positions as Fulltime Police Officer and Part-time Police Officer.  While preference is given to currently-CLEET-certified Reserve Peace Officers (for part-time positions) and/or CLEET-certified Full-time Peace Officers, consideration will also be given to individuals who are eligible for CLEET certification as a Reserve or Full-time Peace Officer, pending successful completion of a CLEET-accredited Reserve Police Academy. Unlike many departments which require monthly volunteer hours to be worked by Reserve Police Officers, NWOSU pays an hourly rate for both uncertified and CLEET-certified police officers, for all duty hours worked.   Those reserve officers may work up to 124 hours/month, and are expected to work a minimum of 8 hours per week.

NWOSU is a component of the State of Oklahoma university system, with its main campus in Alva, OK, with additional locations in Enid and Woodward, OK.  NWOSU currently serves approximately 1900 students in total; with approximately 600 students being served by the satellite campuses.  NWOSU’s learning environment offers excellent opportunity for professional growth and development for police officers who desire to function within the special environment offered by an educational institution.  It is also an excellent opportunity for retired officers who wish to maintain active duty and professional growth and development, after a career as a police officer with a municipal or state law enforcement institution.

Candidates must be at least 21 years of age, and:

  • Required:  Possess a H.S. Diploma or GED certificate.  Preferred:  Some college education or degree.
  • Be adaptable to campus policing milieu.
  • Have no felony convictions, or convictions for misdemeanor crimes of moral turpitude or domestic violence.
  • Be able to work flexible shifts, including weekends, morning, evening, night or relief shifts, and for special events and assignments, such as sporting events, surveillance, special investigations, investigative follow-up, et cetera.
  • Possess excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Successfully pass the state-mandated POSSE test.
  • Successfully pass the MMPI-2, and thorough background investigation.
  • Successfully pass a state and federal fingerprint screening.
  • Possess highly-principled ethics and moral character.
  • Live within travel distance which is conducive to emergency call-outs.

 

Compensation and Benefits:

  • Salary for certified, full-time officers: $24,000.  Part-time or reserve officers: $11.50 per hour. 
  • Free tuition for fulltime officers and their family members; eligibility upon date of hire (up to 12 hours per semester:  Bachelor’s and Master’s Degrees in all available fields of study). The “free tuition” benefit makes this job ideal for officers or their dependents (spouse or children) with goals of furthering their formal education.
  • Free individual comprehensive health coverage for full-time officers, with spouse or family coverage available for spouse and dependents.  In addition to insurance coverage, as a member of Regional Universities of the State of Oklahoma (RUSO), employees also receive a free “Zero Card” account, which fully pays for most medications and many diagnostic procedures at no cost to the employee.
  • Full-time Officers:  Retirement paid by the University in the Oklahoma Teachers Retirement

System.  The University pays 7% of the employee’s annual salary into the system, at no cost to the employee, with full vestment available in 5 years.  Employees may contribute additional funds to their own retirement account.

  • Uniforms (shirts, patches, name plate, badge, pants, jacket, cap, et cetera), issued by the Department.
  • Part-time and Fulltime officers are awarded complementary usage of NWOSU’s state-of-the-art Wellness Center.
  • Workman’s Compensation and Liability Insurance.
  • Uniformed, on-duty Part-time and Full-time Officers may eat for free in the University’s “Coronado Café” cafeteria.

Contact

Ethan Kennedy, Chief of Police

NWOSU Police Department

709 Oklahoma Boulevard, Alva, OK 73717

580-327-8511

edkennedy@nwosu.edu

 

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 TITLE: POLICE OFFICER

 DEPARTMENT: Anadarko Police Department

 

SALARY: Non Certified $13.54 h, Certified, $17.64 h

APPLICATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED UTILL POSITION IS FILLED

 

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

Police work in protecting the life, persons, and property of the citizens of the City of Anadarko through equitable enforcement of laws and ordinances this responsible is general duty. Position requires monitoring and enforcement of the criminal and traffic laws. Work of this nature requires responsibility to react in a thorough and professional manner and an ability to deal with the public and observe suspicious activity. Works under direct supervision of the Sergeant.

 

REQUIREMENTS:

Must be able to pass psychological requirements as required by law. Ability to interface with other law enforcement personnel and safety personnel; Meet constitutional requirements, and perform first aid and/or CPR; Ability to investigate crimes and complete reports.

 

Of good moral character and of temperate and industrious habits. Background Information: Must have demonstrated personal and professional honesty, integrity, and good judgment as shown in applicant’s criminal history, background, and motor vehicle record. Set a positive example, position is one of very high integrity.

 

Ability to work rotating shifts, holidays, weekends, and long hours as necessary.

 

Must be able to use computer, video, camera and fingerprint equipment.

 

Must possess a valid Oklahoma Driver License with acceptable driving record. Must be 21 years old. Must be able to pass the Oklahoma Police Pension & Retirement Systems medical standards and be State certified by CLEET.

 

The City of Anadarko offers a competitive salary and comprehensive benefits package.

 

 

Applications are available at www.cityofanadarko.org or Anadarko City Hall 501 W. Virginia, Monday through Friday 8am to 5pm. Please email, mail or fax application and resume along with three professional references to PO Box 647, Anadarko, OK 73005.

Email sgrose@cityofanadarko.org or Fax to 405-247-5903

 

MINORITIES AND WOMEN ARE ENCOURAGED TO APPLY

 THE CITY OF ANADARKO IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

 

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 TITLE: RESERVE POLICE OFFICER

 DEPARTMENT: Anadarko Police Department

 

SALARY: Cleet Certified $13.54 h,

APPLICATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED UTILL POSITION IS FILLED

 

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

1. Must have good moral character and a willingness to serve the citizens of the City of Anadarko.

2. Must be 21 years of age at the time of application

3. Must possess a valid Oklahoma Driver’s License

4. Must have no criminal convictions of felonies or crimes of moral turpitude

5. Must Pass Written and Physical Agility Test

6. Must pass a thorough background investigation

7. Complete Oral Interview Board

8. Chief Interview

9. Must be Reserve Cleet Certified

10. Must pass MMPI (Psychological Test)

 

All interested applicants contact

Shirley Grose, Director of Human Resources

City of Anadarko 501 West Virginia Anadarko, Oklahoma 405.247.2481 ext 106.

 

Application can be downloaded at www.cityofanadarko.org employment opportunities.

 

MINORITIES AND WOMEN ARE ENCOURAGED TO APPLY

THE CITY OF ANADARKO IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

 

                                                                                                                                                   (8/16/2019)


NOW HIRING:
DETENTION OFFICER POSITION AVAILABLE:

ISO RESPONSIBLE HARDWORKING PEOPLE TO APPLY FOR THE POSITION OF DETENTION OFFICER AT THE CUSTER COUNTY SHERIFFS OFFICE IN ARAPAHO, OK

MUST HAVE CLEAN RECORD, HAVE RELIABLE TRANSPORTATION AND ABLE TO WORK ANY SHIFT.  IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS PLEASE CONTACT:  TRACY BURTON, DETENTION LIEUTENANT OR JERRY WOOD, JAIL ADMINISTRATOR AT 580-323-1616.

APPLICATIONS CAN BE PICKED UP AT THE SHERIFFS OFFICE DURING BUSINESS HOURS OR DOWNLOADED OFF OUR WEBSITE AT:

                                          WWW.CUSTERCOUNTYSHERIFF.COM

IF YOU HAVE PREVIOUSLY TURNED IN AN APPLICATION FOR DETENTION OFFICER OR ANOTHER POSITION WITHIN THE PAST YEAR AND YOU ARE STILL INTERESTED IN POSSIBLE EMPLOYMENT, PLEASE CALL AND LEAVE YOUR NAME AND PHONE # WITH DISPATCH.

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 City of Ardmore

 

Job Title: Police Officer

Salary:      $17.38 Hourly

               $1,477.30 Biweekly

Job Type:  Full-Time

Location:  Ardmore, Oklahoma

Department: POLICE DEPARTMENT

 

Education:

State Certified High School diploma or GED

 

State of Oklahoma Requirements:

• Valid Oklahoma State Driver's License

• Driving record acceptable to City insurance carrier

• Reside within 20 minutes of the City of Ardmore

• Must be able to obtain CLEET certification within 1 year of hire date

• Must be 21 years of age and under 45 years of age at date of hire

• Must be United States Citizen

• If military service, must have Honorable discharge

• Have no felony convictions or domestic violence incidents

• Not have been involuntarily committed to an Oklahoma state mental institution

 

Benefits Include:

• Medical, Dental, Vision Insurance

• State Pension OPPRS

• Vacation, Sick Leave, Comp Time

 

Apply online @ www.governmentjobs.com/careers/ardmorecity

Please read all instructions carefully before beginning application process.  

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CITY OF ARDMORE

 Job Title: COMMUNICATION SPECIALIST

 

Salary: $14.88 Hourly

Job Type: Full-Time

Location: Ardmore, Oklahoma

Department: POLICE DEPARTMENT

 

Take 911 emergency and non-emergency calls to provide help to the public. Ensure help is sent the correct way to each patient. Train new Dispatchers.

 

Requirements:

Valid Driver's License

High School Diploma or GED

Typing and 10 key test

 

Please go to www.governmentjobs.com/careers/ardmorecity

for complete instructions and to apply

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Bartlesville Police Department, Bartlesville Oklahoma

 The Bartlesville Police Department is accepting applications

 for the position of full time Police Officer

 

The starting hourly rate of pay is $18.41 an hour for a new recruit. Once training is complete hourly rate increases to $18.88.  The Bartlesville Police Department offers education incentive, Sign on bonus for CLEET certified Officers, Annual equipment allowance, and longevity pay, along with health, dental, vision insurance.

 

Minimum Requirements:

•             Be a citizen of the United States

•             21-45 years of age

•             High School Diploma or GED

•             Valid driver’s license

•             Good moral character

•             Suitable emotional stability

 

Benefits Include:

•             Competitive salary

•             Insurance (health, dental, vision)

•             20 year retirement program and pension fund

•             41 hour work week

•             Uniforms, equipment and firearm provided to each officer

•             Vacation leave

•             Sick leave

•             Holiday leave

•             Military leave

•             Take home car program (must live in city limits to be eligible for take home car)

 

 

Applications for this position are continuously being accepted and the packet is available on our website www.cityofbartlesville.org

 

For more information, contact Lieutenant Chris Mims 918-338-4052 or cdmims@cityofbartlesville.org 

 

Send completed applications to:

City of Bartlesville – HR Department

401 S. Johnstone Ave

Bartlesville, OK 74003

 

The City of Bartlesville is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

 

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TOWN OF BEAVER

 

Applicants MUST possess the following:

•Be at least 21 years of age

•High School Diploma or GED

•Valid Oklahoma Driver’s License

•Pass Background Check

•No Felony Convictions

•No Domestic Violence convictions

•No convictions for crimes of moral turpitude

•Full-time or reserve CLEET Certification preferred

•Must be available any shift (nights, weekends, and holidays) as needed

•Have highly principled ethics & moral character

•Have excellent verbal and written communication skills

•Able to work in a small-town environment

 

CONTACT JAMES PRATT (580)625-3331 or (580)527-1441

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City of Beggs Oklahoma is currently accepting applications for the positon of Police Officer

 

Applicants MUST possess the following:

•Be at least 21 years of age

•High School Diploma or GED

•Valid Oklahoma Driver’s License

•Pass Background Check

•No Felony Convictions

•No Domestic Violence convictions

•No convictions for crimes of moral turpitude

•Full-time or reserve CLEET Certification, or COPs graduate preferred

•Must be available any shift (nights, weekends, and holidays) as needed

•Have highly principled ethics & moral character

•Have excellent verbal and written communication skills

Able to work in a small town environment

 

Applications can be picked up at the Beggs police department (Monday – Friday / 9:00 to 4:00) or request by email beggspd1@gmail.com

 

Beggs Police Department

108 N. Broadway

Beggs, Ok 74421

 

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Bethany Police Officer

  Bethany Police Department is testing for qualified applicants for the

position of police officer

 

Hiring preference may be given to currently certified C.L.E.E.T. license holders.

 

Applicants must be between 21 and 45 years of age and must be able to work shifts, weekends, and holidays.  Applicants must have no felony convictions and must have demonstrated a history of responsible and lawful conduct.  The City of Bethany offers a generous benefit package including vacation, sick leave, paid holidays, health care insurance, and retirement.  Pay ranges from $47,932 to $68,221.  Applicants must complete a physical agility test, written exam, oral review board interview, and interview with the chief of police and the city manager. Upon receiving a conditional offer of employment, the applicant must pass a pension-related physical exam, a psychological evaluation and a background investigation. Applicants will be notified of the testing schedule.

 

Applications for this position may be obtained online at www.cityofbethany.org or at Bethany City Hall,

located at 6700 NW 36th St, Bethany OK  73008. 

Completed applications will be accepted at Bethany City Hall or by mail at PO Box 219, Bethany OK  73008.  Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.  EOE

                                                                                                           (7/18/2019)

Bokchito Police Department

 The Bokchito Police Department has an opening for 1 Full Time Police Officer

 

 

Applicants MUST possess the following:

• Be at least 21 years of age

• High School Diploma or GED

• Valid Oklahoma Driver’s License

• Pass Background Check

• No Felony Convictions

• No Domestic Violence convictions

• No convictions for crimes of moral turpitude

• Must have Full-time or Reserve CLEET Certification

• Must be available any shift (nights, weekends, and holidays) as needed

• Have highly principled ethics & moral character

• Have excellent verbal and written communication skills

• Able to work in a small town environment

 

 

The position will be open until filled. Applications can be picked up at the Bokchito Town Hall or emailed by request. Contact Asst. Chief Jana Williamson by email at jwilliamson@townofbokchito.org 

Bokchito Police Department
117 E. Main
Bokchito, OK 74726
580-775-3589

                                                                                                          (6/24/2019)


 

The City of Broken Bow is accepting applications for a full time Police Officer

 

Broken Bow is located in McCurtain County in south eastern Oklahoma.

 

•CLEET certification, COPs graduate or equivalent is preferred, but not required.

•Must be 21 years of age.

•Must have no felonies, domestic violence charges, or crimes of moral turpitude.

•Must be willing to work all shifts if needed, to include weekends and holidays.

•Non certified candidate must pass the FTO program.

•Highly principled ethics and moral character.

•Sound judgment and ability to think quickly.

•Paid vacation after 1 year of service

•100% paid insurance to include medical, dental, and vision for employee, 75% paid for dependents.

•Must be willing to relocate to the area if hired.

•Must pass thorough background check.

•Must pass fingerprint clearance.

•Must pass pre employment drug screening.

 

   Preliminary applications can be found at www.cityofbrokenbow.com. Application must be filled out in full, be legible, signed and dated, and mailed or brought in to:

 

                                Broken Bow Police Department

                                215 N. Main Street

                                Broken Bow, Oklahoma, 74728

 

   Applications can also be emailed to Assistant Chief Todd E Gilbert at t.gilbert@bbpd.us.

 

   Questions about posting can be answered by calling 580-584-3310 Monday thru Friday from 0900-1500 or emailed to the above e-mail address.

 

   The City of Broken Bow is an Equal Opportunity Provider 

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Caddo Police Department

The Caddo Police Department is now accepting applications to fill one full time position

 

The position is open to entry level applicants as well as experienced officers. Qualifications to fill this position include, but are not limited to:

•             CLEET certification preferred but not required

•             If Reserve certified, must be able to pass and complete the bridge academy

•             Must relocate to the Caddo area within reasonable time of hire date

•             Must be able to work days, nights, weekends and holidays

•             Must be 21 years of age or older

•             Must possess a High School diploma or GED

•             No Felony Convictions

•             No convictions of crimes of moral turpitude or domestic violence

•             No DUI, DWI or reckless driving violations in the past 5 years

•             Must submit to MMPI Test

•             Must be able to work in a small community

•             Valid Oklahoma Driver's License

•             No pending criminal charges

•             Good moral character

•             Strong desire to serve the community

•             Must pass background check

•             Must pass pre-employment drug screening

 

Benefits include:

•             Take home patrol car (conditions apply)

•             Paid vacation and sick leave

•             Medical, Dental, Vision and Life insurance after 90 days

•             Starting pay for an uncertified officer is $12.00 per hour/ Certified officer depends on experience

  

Applications may be picked up at the Caddo City Hall Monday-Friday, 8am-4pm located at:

101 S. Main

Caddo OK, 74729

580 -367-2244

Or contact Chief Borchardt at caddoofficer3@gmail.com

 

This listing will remain posted until the position is filled

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The City of Catoosa is accepting resumes for the position of Police Chief

Compensation is competitive and will be based on experience and qualifications. The person selected for this position will exemplify the highest moral and ethical values, should have excellent written and verbal skills.

To apply please send a cover letter, detailed resume and work-related references No later than

September 5, 2019 to, City of Catoosa (Attention City Manager) P.O. Box 190 Catoosa, Oklahoma 74015.

The position will be open until filled. The City of Catoosa is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

 

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Town of Cement is currently taking applications for the positions of Full Time Police Officer and Reserve Officer

 

Applications can be obtained at Cement Town Hall, 411 N. Main St.

Applications will be accepted till positions are filled.

 

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The City of Chandler is accepting applications for the position of Police Officer

 

CLEET certification preferred but not required.

 

Requirements:

•             U.S. citizen

•             High school diploma or GED

•             Valid Oklahoma driver's license

•             Must have a good driving record

•             Must pass an intensive background   investigation

•             Must pass a MMPI psychological evaluation

•             Meet requirements of Police Pension and retirement system

•             No felony convictions

•             No domestic abuse related crimes

•             Must be willing to work nights, weekends, and holidays

  

 Pick up application at Chandler Police Department

 414 Manvel Ave

 Chandler OK. 74834

 or 

Download APPLICATION and RELEASE FORM off Chandlerok.com website under "government", "City Hall" then "Forms") and Fax to(405-258-0432) or bring application and release form to the Chandler Police Department.

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Chelsea Police Department

 

Applicants must meet the following requirements:

•Possess CLEET Certification

•Be at least 21 years of age

•Possess a High School Diploma or GED

•Valid Oklahoma Driver's License

•Pass a background check

•No Felony Convictions

•No Domestic Violence Convictions

•No convictions for crimes of moral turpitude

•Must be available to work any shift (nights, weekends, and holidays) as needed

•Have highly principled ethics & moral character

•Have excellent verbal and written communications skills

•Possess good organizational skills

•Able to work in a small town environment 

•Have the ability to work independently

 

Must Be drug free and be able to pass a drug test

 

Chelsea is located 45 miles NE of Tulsa in NE Rogers County on State Highway 66. It is a community with a population of 2000. Pay starts at $28k per year plus employee insurance.

 

If interested contact Chelsea Police Department at 918-789-3533 or chelseadispatch@gmail.com

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 GRADY COUNTY SHERIFF 'S Deputy Position (SRO)

 

SHERIFF JIM WEIR   UNDERSHERIFF PHIL BLEVINS

Main Office: 302 N. 3rd  •  Chickasha, OK 73018 • (405) 222-5085

• (405) 222-1096 Fax

 

The Grady County Sheriff’s Office has an immediate opening for a full-time School Resource Officer (SRO) deputy position.  Applications are currently being accepted at the Grady County Sheriff’s Office located at 302 N. 3rd, Chickasha, Ok 73018.  Full-time CLEET certification is preferred, but not required.  Interviews will be required with school administration attending the interviews as well. This position will need to be filled before the new school year begins, which will be the beginning of August 2019. 

Applications will be taken until the position is filled. 

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The City of Choctaw, Oklahoma is accepting applications for a full-time Police Officer

 

Minimum Requirements:

• Must be between 21 and 45 years of age (unless a prior member of the Oklahoma Police Pension and Retirement System)

• Must be United States Citizen

• High school diploma or GED

• Absolutely no felony convictions

• No convictions for crimes of moral turpitude or domestic violence

• If military service, must have Honorable discharge

• Valid Oklahoma Driver License

• Passing score on PFE test

• Passing score on written test

• Passing score on MMPI

• FBI and OSBI fingerprint clearance

• Background Investigation

• Pass Polygraph

• Must pass Police Pension Physical

• No DUI, DWI or reckless driving convictions (previous 3 years)

• Good moral character

• Must be able to qualify with service weapon

• Must be willing to work nights, weekends and/or holidays

• Strong desire to serve the community

 

Benefits Include:

• A competitive starting salary (CLEET-certified) plus benefits package

• Police Pension

• Annual uniform allowance

• Take home vehicle within boundaries

 

Preference may be given to CLEET certified applicants, will consider uncertified applicants.

 

The City of Choctaw is an Equal Opportunity Employer

 

Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

 

For more information, contact Admin. Assistant Tawana Gracy at the Choctaw Police Department Monday-Friday 8a-5p 405-259-8776 or email tgracy@choctawcity.org

 

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The Town of Clayton is accepting applications/resumes for a full time Patrol officer

 

  CLEET certification is preferred but not required.

 

Contact Chief Darrin Goode Clayton Police Department.  Resumes may be faxed to 918-569-4849.

 

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The City of Clinton is currently accepting applications for the position of Police Officer

 

Total benefit package $44,722.36 (Certified)

 

Benefits

•Take Home Unit Assignment

•All uniforms and weapon provided

•Oklahoma Police Pension Retirement System

•Free Employee membership to City facilities

•Family membership to Acme Brick Park Workout facility

•100% Paid insurance for employee

•Dependent coverage available at employee expense

•Step Increases

•12 hour shifts / 84 hour pay period / $18 hour

•Paid overtime

 

Statement of Position Description

Protect and serve the citizens and their property

 

Position Functions: 

•With supervision, execute orders of his superiors, enforce the laws of Oklahoma and the City of Clinton.

•Respond to calls for police services

•Engage in preventative police patrol

•Engage in Community Policing Activities

•Enforce laws of Oklahoma and Ordinances of the City of Clinton

•Ensure that Jail duties are performed

•Write reports and testify in court

•Training

•12 hours shifts


Required Qualifications

•Between 21 and 45 yrs of age

•High school diploma or GED

•No felony convictions

•Complete police pension physical requirements

•Pass MMPI 2 examination

•Valid Ok driver’s license w/good driving record

•Complete basic police school

•Pass intensive background investigation

•US citizen (City Attorney has under advisement)

•Good communication skills


Preferred Qualifications

•CLEET Certification (Full time or Reserve)

•No police record

•High moral standards

•Confidentiality

•Highly motivated

•Basic computer skills

 

For more information, contact Admin Assistant Spring Cordes at the Clinton Police Department, Phone 580-323-2323 or email: Spring.Cordes@Clintonok.gov

 

Applications can also be obtained online at:

http://clintonok.gov/img/pdfdocs/Clinton-Employment-Application.pdf

Clinton Police Department
401 Gary Blvd Clinton, OK 73601
 

                                                                                                         (6/20/2019)



Creek County Criminal Justice Center

 

JOB DESCRIPTION: DETENTION OFFICER

Works under direct supervision of the on-duty Supervisor, or general supervision of facility command staff.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Is responsible for maintaining a secure detention facility and the safe custody of inmates.
  • Performs a variety of technical and administrative tasks associated with facility operations and the incarceration of prisoners.
  • Supervise and control inmate behavior while performing various tasks completed during daily operations of the detention center.
  • Communicate effectively with other staff or inmates using approved facility communications.
  • Perform searches of people, detention cells, objects capable of concealing contraband, and indoor and outdoor areas. The physical aspects of the job entail, walking, kneeling, lifting, bending and stooping for long periods of time and possibly physical altercations with inmates.
  • Administer basic emergency first aid
  • Escort inmates (hostile, aggressive, passive, etc…) using handcuffs and other approved restraints in accordance with policy and procedures.
  • Read and comprehend legal and non-legal documents including processing of such documents as medical instructions, release orders, and other documents.
  • Maintain inmate property and storage
  • Perform related duties and other responsibilities as assigned.

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Must be at least 18 years old and a U.S. Citizen
  • Have a high school diploma or GED
  • Have a valid Oklahoma Driver’s License or obtain one by hire date
  • Must pass a background investigation
  • No felony convictions
  • No Domestic Violence Record
  • Good Moral Character
  • Must be available for shift work, including weekends and holidays

MUST HAVE THE ABILITY TO

  • Make prompt decisions quickly in both routine and non-routine situations including those situations that would be considered “life and death”.
  • Write clearly and concisely, use acceptable grammar and spelling; write reports that are complete and accurate.
  • Proceed on assignments without being told what to do, make an effort to improve skills so job is done right the first time.
  • Follow orders, rules and department policy.
  • Prepare and maintain accurate and factual records.
  • Work independently in the absence of a supervisor.

BENEFITS INCLUDE

  • Starting salary $2,526.05 per month, paid employee health insurance, sick leave, vacation and holiday leave.
  • Oklahoma Public Employees Retirement System (OPERS).

 

Apply at the Creek County Criminal Justice Center located at 9175 Ridgeview Street in Sapulpa or at the Creek County Sheriff’s Office located at 301 East Lee in Sapulpa.

If you have questions or would like additional information contact Jail Administrator Cody Smith at 918-216-1763 or by email at csmith@creekcountysheriff.com

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City of Cushing - Police Chief

 

Our Opportunity: Due to the recent retirement of the Police Chief, the City of Cushing, Oklahoma, operating under a Council-Manager form of government, is seeking a Police Chief who is visionary and has a demonstrated history of innovative leadership and great character.

 

The Cushing Police Department has a long-standing, positive reputation as a responsive department. The next Chief will work to maintain the sense of safety citizens experience while facing 21st Century policing challenges by identifying solutions that fit our community.

 

Who We Are:  With a diverse population of 7,826 residents, Cushing is home to the largest crude oil storage facilities in America. Known as the “Pipeline Crossroads of the World,” Cushing’s storage tanks and pipelines have the ability to move as much as 1.5 million barrels of oil a day. The town is located less than 25 minutes from Big 12 Conference member Oklahoma State University, which is located in Stillwater, the county seat. Cushing is ideally positioned an hour between Oklahoma City and Tulsa, offering quick, easy access to their amenities.

 

Our Facility: Opened in 2013, at a projected cost of nearly $6 million dollars, the 23,638 square foot state of the art Cushing Public Safety Center is home to police and fire. The safety center boasts a fitness center, multi-discipline training/conference room, which can double as an Emergency Operations Center (EOC), and 911 Emergency Call Center/Jail among other amenities. 

 

Our Expectations: The Cushing Police Department is committed to providing quality police services, responsive to the needs of the community. Officers deliver dedicated and compassionate assistance by promoting personal and professional excellence, cooperation and leadership. The Cushing Police Department strives to enhance its reputation and practice of delivering on its core values of integrity, honesty, respect, professionalism, loyalty, image, service, and commitment to the employee.

 

Reporting to the City Manager, the Police Chief is responsible for planning, directing, implementing and evaluating the activities of the Police Department. The Police Chief will be responsible for leading a Department in a community that expects high levels of service and engagement. The Department has a $1.9 million-dollar budget, 16 sworn personnel to include the Chief and Deputy Chief, a 911 Call Center with six civilian personnel, one civilian Support Services Officer, one civilian Animal Welfare Officer and one part-time Animal Welfare Shelter Attendant.

 

The next Police Chief must be a strong leader who will work well with the City’s Management Team, police union, community members and surrounding law enforcement agencies, and will be experienced and confident in managing all areas of a full-service police department. The Chief is expected to be actively engaged both internally and externally, interacting with staff at all levels, trusting them to manage incidents and collaborating with fellow department heads, citizens and partners throughout the area. 

 

Key priorities for the next Chief of Police are:

• Managing police challenges and opportunities that result from growth within and around the town limits;

• building on existing partnerships with local, regional and state law enforcement and intergovernmental organizations;

• ensuring a community-oriented policing philosophy permeates at all levels of the organization;

• building on existing partnerships with the major energy companies that serve the Cushing Energy Hub;

• maintaining and enhancing the "esprit des corps" of the Police Department;

• evaluating equipment and technology needs against best practices to determine what upgrades may be needed, and

• working cooperatively with the police union to foster a positive, forward relationship that benefits the best interest of the city, officers and citizens of Cushing.

 

Our Ideal Candidate: The next Police Chief must be a highly effective leader and law enforcement professional, who models the highest ethical standards and holds others accountable to the same. He/she is approachable, trustworthy, apolitical and committed to the excellent delivery of service to Cushing residents. He/she also has a passion for public service and is committed to improving the efficiency and effectiveness of law enforcement programs, services and processes while enhancing officer safety. He/she supports diversity within the department and building collaborative relationships with the police union and community groups. He/she communicates openly and honestly and is comfortable meeting with diverse groups of people and the media. He/she is forward thinking and will develop, support and introduce other innovative and/or best practice methods and processes for reducing crime and fostering positive community/police relations.

 

Job Requirements:

•             Must be at least twenty-one (21) years of age.

•             Must be a citizen of the United States.

•             Must be willing to establish residency in Cushing.

•             Must have a minimum of an Associate’s degree, preferably in a law enforcement related field.

•             Must have a minimum of five (5) years' experience in a senior level position of a law enforcement agency of like size or larger.

•             Must possess a valid driver license.

•             Must be certified as a peace officer in Oklahoma by the Council on Law Enforcement Education and Training (CLEET), or meet all requirements necessary for CLEET certification and obtain such certification within six (6) months of assuming the position, or as otherwise allowed by state law.

•             Must successfully complete a course of training meeting at least the minimal criteria established by CLEET for police chief administration and successfully complete an approved police chief administrative school, which has been developed by the Oklahoma Association of Chiefs of Police and approved by the Council within twelve (12) months of assuming the position.

•             Must meet annual CLEET training requirements.

•             Must have experience developing and administering a multi-million-dollar budget.

•             Must have experience speaking in public to groups and the media.

•             Must have experience collaborating and working as a strategic partner with local, state, and federal law enforcement jurisdictions and civic and community leaders to address public safety issues and concerns.

•             Must have skill in handling conflict and criticism.

•             Must have skill in managing, supervising and evaluating law enforcement personnel in a unionized environment.

•             Must have skill in interpreting and applying law enforcement-related federal, state, and local laws, codes and regulations.

•             Must have skill in communicating effectively, both verbally and in writing.

•             Must have ability and willingness to work in a high-stress environment

 

Our Compensation and Benefits: The salary range for this position is $62,500.00 – $68,638.00 annually, depending on qualifications and experience. The City of Cushing offers a wide array of benefits, which include employee paid health insurance and very low-cost family health insurance.

 

How to Apply: Please submit a one-page letter of interest, resumé detailing educational, work and salary history, and list five professional references with contact information. Packets may be emailed to citymanager@cityofcushing.org or mailed to Terry Brannon, City Manager, City of Cushing, Post Office Box 311, Cushing, Oklahoma 74023. The last day to apply will be Friday, August 9, 2019, at 4:00 p.m. The first review of applicants will occur the week of August 12, 2019.

 

Statement of Nondiscrimination / Equal Employment Opportunity

 

The City of Cushing is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of age, sex, marital status, race, color, creed, mental or physical disability, religion, national origin, familial status, sexual orientation, gender identity, or source of income in the admission or access to, or employment in, its programs or activities.

 

NOTE: Upon a conditional offer and acceptance of employment, the candidate may be required to undergo a polygraph examination.  A pre-employment medical physical, a drug screen and extensive background investigation will be mandatory.

                                                                                                           (7/9/2019)


 

The City of Cushing, Oklahoma is seeking to fill positions for Police Officer

 

Cushing Police and Fire recently moved into a state of the art public safety center. Cushing is a diverse community of approximately 7,853 ideally situated less than 1 hour from Oklahoma City and Tulsa. We are also within 30 minutes of Oklahoma State University in Stillwater.

 

Cushing Officers are now allowed to reside within 35 minutes of city limits. Officers who successfully complete the FTO Program and reside within 15 minutes of city limits are eligible to participate in the take home vehicle program.

 

Recruit Pay Range   Step A        Step D

Annually            $36,000.00    $37,871.89

Hourly               $17.30        $18.20

Officer Pay Range   Officer II  Officer III    

Annually            $40,185.45  $43,823.93

Hourly               $19.31      $21.06

 

Master Patrol Officer Step A       Step B

Annually                    $44,900.54  $46,079.31

Hourly                         $21.58      $22.15

 

Sergeant                    Step A      Step C

Annually                    $47,379.81  $48,671.99

Hourly                         $22.77      $23.39

 

What we offer:

•             Oklahoma Police Pension System Retirement plan

•             Paid employee medical insurance

•             Low-cost for family medical coverage

•             $70.00 monthly uniform cleaning allowance

•             All equipment: shotgun, pistol, duty rig, body armor, uniforms, hat,          handcuffs, baton, Taser, and radio 

•             Take Home Vehicle Program – must live within 15 minutes of city limits.

•             College incentive compensation per month:

o             $50.00 - Associate Degree from an accredited college or university.

o             $100.00 - Baccalaureate Degree from an accredited college or university.

o             $150.00 per month for Doctorate Degree from an accredited college or university.

o             Additional incentive pay for Field Training Officer (FTO) and Crisis Intervention (CIT)

 

Minorities and women are encouraged to apply.

 

Applications are being accepted until the position is filled.

An application may be obtained at the:

Cushing Public Safety Center, 211 W. Main Street, Cushing 74023

or downloaded an application at www.CushingPD.com.

Any additional inquires or questions may be directed to g.thomas@cityofcushing.org  or deputychief@cityofcushing.org.

The City of Cushing is an equal opportunity employer committed to multicultural diversity.

 

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DAVIS, OKLAHOMA POLICE DEPARTMENT

The City of Davis Police Department is accepting applications for the position of full time School Resource Officer

 

Requirements for Full-Time School Resource Officer:

   • Be between 21 and 45 years of age (POLICE PENSION REQUIREMENT)

   • CLEET Certified preferred, but not required

   • Must meet all requirements of the Oklahoma Police Pension Board

   • Possess a valid Oklahoma Driver’s License

   • Possess a High School Diploma or GED

   • Pass a background check and drug screening

   • Must pass written exam and oral board

   • Perform physical requirements set forth by the department

   • Pass the MMPI Psychological Examination

   • Ability to work varying shifts/schedules, weekends and holidays , possibly in     

      inclement weather

   • Ability to report to work in a timely period on short notice

   • No convictions for Domestic Abuse

   • No Protective Orders

   • No felony or major misdemeanor convictions

   • No pending criminal charges

   • No DUI, DWI, or APC convictions

   • Ability to comprehend and implement department policies and procedures

   • Ability to work in a small town/tourist environment

   • Strong desire to serve the community

   • Suitable emotional stability

   • Able to work certain assigned school activities as needed.

   • Work will with students and school facility.

 

The School Resource Officer is a full time position assigned to the Davis Public School Systems during the school year. When school is not in session the officer will be assigned to duties where needed within the department.

 

The City of Davis offers a benefit package that includes health, vision, dental and life insurance for full time employees, paid vacation, sick and holiday leave after probation period is successfully completed.

 

*Preference given of Military Service and Bilingual Applicants**

 

City of Davis is an Equal Opportunity Employer

 

Applications may be picked up and dropped off at the: 

Davis Police Department

227 East Main Street

Davis, Oklahoma 73030

 

Between 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Mon-Fri

Applications can be mailed by request.

Call (580)-369-3333 to request an application.

 

Applications can also be returned by mail to the above listed address.

 

Will Remain Open Till Position is Filled

 

Applications cannot be returned by Fax or Email

 

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 Town of Depew Police Department is hiring Reserve Officers

 

Officers must pass a background check, physical exam, Chief Interview and MMPI

 

They must possess a High School Diploma or GED. Must be able to work up to 140 hours per month, this is a volunteer/unpaid position

 

• Valid Oklahoma State Driver's License

• Acceptable driving record

• Must be CLEET certification.

• Must be 21 years of age.

• Must be United States Citizen

• If military service, must have honorable discharge.

• Have no felony convictions or domestic violence incidents.

• Not have been involuntarily committed to an Oklahoma state mental institution.

• No misdemeanor convictions involving crimes of moral turpitude.

• No temporary or final protective orders as the defendant.

 

Apply in person at 405 Main St Depew, OK 74028

Contact Chief Gresham at (918-807-2279)

 

                                                                                                                                                               (8/21/2019)


 

University of Central Oklahoma Police Department- Edmond, OK

UCO is accepting applications for the position of Patrol Officer 1

 

Salary: $17.55 per hour ($36,523.00 annually)

 

Position Summary:

Provide for campus safety by maintaining order, responding to emergencies, protecting people and property, enforcing motor vehicle and criminal laws, and promoting good community relations. Record facts to prepare reports that document incidents and activities. Monitor, note, report, and investigate suspicious persons and situations, safety hazards, and unusual or illegal activity in patrol area. Identify, pursue, and arrest suspects and perpetrators of criminal acts. Review facts of incidents to determine if criminal act or statute violations were involved. Render aid to accident victims and other persons requiring first aid for physical injuries. Investigate traffic accidents and other accidents to determine causes and to determine if a crime has been committed. Cooperate with other law enforcement officials.

 

An application and full job description along
with qualification requirements may be obtained by visiting the
website at:
https://careers-uco.icims.com/jobs/5460/patrol-officer-i---police-services/job

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City of Elk City:

 Elk City Police Department/Communications/Jailer

 

•             Must have high school education/equivalent.

•             General Knowledge of computers and Window based software

•             Must be able to multi-task

•             Must be willing to perform shift work and work holidays

•             Must pass extensive background investigation

 

Benefits Include:

Medical, Dental, Vision, 401(a), AD&D Insurance

 

 

The City of Elk City is an Equal Opportunity Employer

 

For inquiries please contact Kye Harper, HR Director, at harperk@elkcity.com 

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EL RENO POLICE DEPARTMENT

 NOW HIRING

 

The El Reno Police Department is currently accepting applications for Full Time Police Officer.  The City Of El Reno is located on the western edge of the Oklahoma City Metro and is home to 35 sworn Officers.  Officers for the City of El Reno are charged with the duty of enforcing Local, State and Federal Law.  It is the responsibility of El Reno Police Officers to ensure the safety of the citizens and public by actively enforcing traffic and criminal laws, protecting life and property, performing community relations and outreach, and upholding a safe community standard. 

 

El Reno Police Officer starting base salary is 39,455.98 (not including shift differential, overtime, and uniform allowance) and increases to a base salary of 42,531.31 after successfully completing the one-year probationary period.  Officers are eligible for additional raises based on Certification and Education levels after successfully completing the one-year probationary period.

 

Requirements

       •    Must be 21 years of age and Citizen of the United States.

       •    Must have no felonies, domestic violence charges, or crimes of moral turpitude.

       •    Must be willing to work all shifts if needed, to include weekends and holidays.

       •    Must pass pre- employment physical fitness and written testing

       •    Must pass the four phase FTO program.

       •    Highly principled ethics and moral character.

       •    Sound judgment and make momentary decisions.

       •    Must be able to obtain or be CLEET Certified through state of Oklahoma

       •    Must pass thorough background check.

       •    Must pass pre-employment drug screening.

 

Benefits include but not limited to

•             Insurance options to include medical, dental, and vision available for employee and family

•             Paid vacation and sick leave

•             Initial uniforms and equipment provided

•             Uniform allowance (bi-annual)

•             Take home car policy

•             Education and certification incentives

•             Longevity pay after 36 months

•             Police Pension (457 B plan available)

 

**All benefits are in accordance with the recently adopted CBA.

  

Application Deadline will be August 30, 2019 at 5 P.M

 

Applications for El Reno Police Officer can be obtained from and will ONLY

 

be accepted by mail or delivered in person to:

The El Reno Police Department

116 N. Evans El Reno OK, 73036

(405)262-6941

 

www.cityofelreno.com


 

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The Enid Police Department is accepting applications for the position of Patrolman

 

Starting salary with no experience is $37,049.91. CLEET certified applicants will start at a higher pay grade as well as being eligible for a cash hiring incentive.

 

Minimum Requirements:

• Be a citizen of the United States

• Be between the ages of 21-45

• High School Diploma or GED

• Valid Driver's License

• No felony or serious misdemeanor convictions

• Good Moral Character

 

Benefits package includes but not limited to:

• Competitive Salary

• Fourteen step pay scale

• Insurance (dental, vision, health, life, flex)

• 20 year Police Pension plan

• 10 hour work days (4 days on 3 days off)

• Uniforms, equipment, and firearms provided

• Sick leave, family sick leave, personal leave,

• fitness incentive, holiday leave, military leave, bereavement leave

• Shift-diff pay, assignment pay, education pay, longevity pay, fitness pay.

• Take home car program

 

 

To apply go to www.enid.org and click on "careers".

Scroll down to "police officer" to access the on-line application.

 

For questions, contact Captain Gary Fuxa at gfuxa@enid.org. or call 580-242-7000.

 

Deadline for accepting applications is 8/23/2019.

 

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The Fairview Police Department has an opening for a FULL-TIME Police Officer and a PART-TIME Reserve Police Officers. 

 

CLEET Certified is preferred, but not required.  The City of Fairview provides excellent benefits.  Salary/Hourly Pay may be negotiable; based on certifications/experience.  The Fairview Police Department normally employs five (5) sworn, full-time officers and a reserve officer program, as well as four (4) full-time and two (2) part-time dispatchers.

 

Our Department is a progressive department that is committed to keeping a strong and professional image for the citizens of our community, as well as other employees of the City and surrounding agencies/businesses.  Our officers are public servants and guardians of public trust and will strive to protect all life and property.  The safety of our citizens, as well as all employees, is paramount.  Our goal is to maintain an atmosphere where every employee’s conduct, performance, and commitment is professional and unparalleled.

 

FACT SHEET:
City of Fairview

Population Estimate (July 1st, 2019): 2,700; Trade Territory: 17,075

Median Age: 43.0

Housing - Owner: 73%, Renter: 27%

Average Household Income: $53,570 (Q2 2016)

Labor Force: 1,295; Within 30 Minutes: 7,670 (Q2 2016)

Blue Collar: 45.12%; White Collar: 54.88%

 

EDUCATION, TRAINING, AND EXPERIENCE REQUIRED:

  • Must be 21 years of age.  Although this is an entry level position, the incumbent will be in a probation status for a minimum of 90 days and maximum of 180 days and will be directly supervised by a Field Training Officer (FTO) during such period. 
  • Must be able to pass local comprehensive/aptitude test, practical exams, MMPI/CPI or related psychological performance tests, must pass comprehensive drug tests or other exams.
  • Must be CLEET certified and pass the state firearm qualifications and physical defense exams.
  • Must be a citizen of the United States and possess a high school diploma or G.E.D. 
  • Must not have been convicted of a felony, domestic abuse charge, crimes of moral turpitude, or have pending criminal actions
  • Must not be a current user of controlled substances. 
  • Must demonstrate through background investigation, interview, and other tests that he/she is suited for the job of Patrol Officer.
  • Ability and skill with firearms, hand to hand combat, and other means of defense; ability to effect the arrest of a resisting person.
  • Ability to perform first aid or CPR as required for emergencies or assist other emergency personnel administering aid as well as taking safeguards to prevent further accidents.
  • Sensitive and responsive to the needs and feelings of others; sensitive to the community values and norms; knowledge or appreciation of special lingo or slang to communicate with the public; sensitive to alternative lifestyles and socio-economic groups and races in applying or enforcing the law.
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality.  Must be honest in his/her dealings with public and obey laws.
  • Must be able to respond to varying situations with tact, evenhandedness, and diplomacy. Must know how to assess and handle stressful, hostile, or irrational persons, whether due to physical or mental disability, drugs/controlled substances, alcohol, or other factors.
  • Ability to immediately respond to high emotion/high stress or physically taxing situations without any warning or warm up and to quickly return to daily activities thereafter.
  • Ability to gather information from a crime scene and determine motive or clues; ability to question witnesses and glean important information; ability to be objective and sensitive to the feelings of those harmed or injured; ability to testify under direct/cross examination.
  • Willingness to determine correct response to complaints and inquiries and make proper dispensation or direct to appropriate authorities.

SPECIAL CERTIFICATION, REGISTRATIONS, LICENSES REQUIRED:

  • CLEET Certification, completion of FTO program, and valid Oklahoma operator's license with good driving record.  and Intoxilyzer certification; when applicable. 

Must qualify with duty weapon, shotgun, and rifle; and re-qualify as often as deemed appropriate by Department Policy.

PHYSICAL/MENTAL REQUIREMENTS:

  • Must be able to demonstrate on the MMPI/CPI or related personality performance test, the ability to do the job of a Police Officer effectively including:
    • Honest self-appraisal
    • Self-confidence, able to lead, take-charge, and make decisions
    • Even-tempered, reacts well to stress
    • Willingness to work with others and follow others
    • Sensitive and responsive to the needs and feelings of others
    • Maintain individual physical fitness to reduce injury risk and remain “fit for duty”.

Applications are online at https://www.fairviewok.org/ or available for pickup at the
Fairview Police Department:  203 E Central, Fairview, OK 73737

Point of Contact:  Interim Chief of Police Jimmy Mull (jmull@fairviewok.org).

Office:  580-227-4444

Fax:  580-227-2110

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Fort Cobb Police Department

  125 E. Main St.

 Fort Cobb, OK. 73038

 

The Fort Cobb Police Department has one position for one part time Police Officer.

 

Full or Reserve Certified. Must be able to work weekends, holidays, shift work and take calls as needed, when on call.

 

No phone calls. Apply in person or email resumes to: fcpd.policechief@gmail.com

Attention Chief Turner.

                                                                                                                                      (7/16/2019)

The Fort Oakland Police Department is accepting applications for the position of a full time Police Officer

 

The Fort Oakland Police Department is the Tribal Police Agency for the Tonkawa Tribe of Oklahoma.  The Fort Oakland Tribal Village is located approx. 2 miles East of the City of Tonkawa in Kay County, Oklahoma.

 

Applicants must meet the following requirements:

•Possess CLEET Certification

•Be at least 21 years of age

•Possess a High School Diploma or GED

•Valid Oklahoma Driver’s License

•Pass an Extensive National Security background check

•No Felony Convictions

•No Domestic Violence Convictions

•No convictions for crimes of moral turpitude

•Must be available to work any shift (nights, weekends, and holidays) as needed

•Have highly principled ethics & Moral character

•Have excellent verbal and written communications skills

•Possess good organizational skills

•Able to work in a small town environment

•Must live within Kay County

•Have the ability to work independently

•Be drug free and be able to pass a drug test

 

Benefits include:

•Starting salary is $16.80 per hour

•Health, Dental and Prescription insurance after 90 days

•Uniforms, duty gear and firearms provided

•Take home vehicle program

 

The Fort Oakland Police Department gives preference to Native American Applicants

 

 

Interested parties can pick up an application at the Fort Oakland Police Department, #1 Rush Buffalo Road, Tonkawa, Oklahoma 74653, or by emailing Chief Carl Stoddard at cstoddard@tonkawatribe.com

 

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Goodwell, Oklahoma

HIRING FOR POSITION OF

CHIEF OF POLICE

 

The Town of Goodwell is accepting applications for the full time, salaried position of Police Chief. Some of the job duties include:

• Supervising the daily operation of the police department
• Reviews and making policy regarding operation of the department
• Administrate, direct, and coordinate all departmental activities and operations
• Coordinates with the university regarding large events and public safety matters
    
• Review and maintain all police department records 

Requirements:
• Must have CLEET Certification
• Administrative experience preferred
• Must be able to pass a background check
• Must have a valid driver’s license
• Knowledge and ability to use a computer and other job related electronics 

To obtain salary information, a detailed job description, and an application please contact Goodwell Town Hall at 580-349-2566, or apply in person at 104 S Main in Goodwell, OK.

 

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Harmon County Sheriff,s Office has opening for Deputy Sheriff position

 

Contact Sheriff Leslie Orr at 580-381-0473 or send resume to lkorrs@pldi.net.

                                                                                                         (5/30/2019)


 

The City of Harrah is accepting applications for full-time Patrolman/Police Officer

 

Applicants must meet the following requirements:

•             Must be at least 21 years of age

•             Must have a valid Oklahoma Driver’s License

•             Must possess a high school diploma or equivalent

•             Must not have been convicted of a felony

•             Must be able to pass background check, written exam, physical agility test, MMPI, Polygraph test, Drug Screen and Oklahoma Police Pension Physical

•             CLEET certified preferred

 

 

Application and Job Description available city website at www.cityofharrah.com.

 

Application and signed copy of Job Description MUST be returned to the City of Harrah, Attn: Human Resources, PO Box 636, Harrah, OK 73045 or delivered to Harrah City Hall, 19625 NE 23rd. 

 

Deadline for accepting applications has been extended thru Friday,

September 13, 2019 at 5:00 PM.  

 

The City of Harrah is a Drug Free EOE.

                                                                                              (Remove 9/14/2019)

 

  POLICE OFFICER

Healdton, Oklahoma


Salary: Depends on Experience
Job Type: Full-Time
Location: Healdton, Oklahoma
Department: POLICE DEPARTMENT

 

Description:

It is understood that the duties of any position within the police department can never encompass completely all circumstances or events that may occur. Every officer is required to know and to fulfill these obligations to the best of their ability and to follow every order of their supervisors unless such order is illegal or immoral. This position performs police patrol, investigation, traffic regulation, and related activities in the protection of life and property through the enforcement of laws and ordinances.

Duties:
•To enforce all city ordinances, state statutes, and federal law.
•Work on rotating shifts to perform the basic function of patrol in an assigned area using the methods for patrolling property and watch for violations of the law as instructed in the basic training academy.
•To investigate completely, fairly and objectively and to properly report any offenses brought to their attention including traffic accidents and issues that may not rise to the level of being a criminal offense.
•To properly detain, question and to arrest when necessary those persons that violate the law or are wanted by the issuance of a valid arrest warrant.
•To issue traffic citations as required to maintain public safety and based on legal precedent that allows for the citing of drivers who violate the law.
•To report to court when so ordered and to testify truthfully to the facts.
•To participate in and escort funeral processions, parades, oversized vehicles or any other event where the presence of a uniformed officer facilitates the event in a safe and more efficient manner.
•To attend all shift briefings on time and to also attend as directed any department meeting, training course, conference or event as directed.
•To promote good public relations with our community by attending special events, civic meetings and to make presentations or to be the guest speaker for any event where requested or so ordered.
•To participate in those circumstances that provide for opportunities to further the department's professional image, to promote good relations between the citizens and the police and to treat each person as valuable regardless of title, positions, race, sex, ethnicity, color, national origin or economic status.
•To be consistently aware of and to report such conditions or situations, as may pose a threat to public safety such as traffic conditions, hazards, inclement weather, debris or damaged traffic control devices.
•To keep supervisors well informed of any issues of significance that may affect public safely or the effectiveness of the police department.
•To maintain all issued equipment and the police vehicle in clean condition and in good working order.
•To maintain a professional appearance by keeping the police uniform clean and pressed with all equipment serviced and in order.
•To seek opportunities to improve performance by attending training provided by the department and to represent the department as a professional in those events.
•To provide necessary assistance to fellow officers and to those officers of other law enforcement agencies whenever requested.
•Officers shall conduct criminal investigation in a professional manner, giving special consideration to the collection of evidence necessary to successfully prosecute the crime.
•Officers should be prepared to fulfill the basic obligations of a uniformed patrol officer regardless of their assignment, including the ability to utilize a firearm to the standard set by the department, to operate a motor vehicle effectively and to be in such physical condition as to be able to perform actions resulting in physical exertion, physical contact or force to overcome resistance, and to perform the most basic functions of policing as is necessary.
•When issues arise that place a question whether or not the duty or action is within the purview of a uniformed police officer, the matter is best decided by a supervisor. If the supervisor determines the action is required, it shall be performed or acted upon immediately, unless such order is illegal or immoral.
•Certain offenses, crime types or activities must be brought to the attention of the Chief of Police immediately or as soon as possible regardless of rank. Such notification should be made in written form whenever possible. These include: Allegations of vice, drug or organized crime activity; Allegations of any hate crime; Department personnel who may be subjected to racial or sexual harassment or any employee who is alleged to have participated in such objectionable practices.
•Other duties as assigned.

Qualifications:
Education
State Certified High School diploma or GED


State of Oklahoma Requirements:
•Valid Oklahoma State Driver's License
•Driving record acceptable to City insurance carrier
•Must have CLEET certification
•Must be 21 years of age
•Must be United States Citizen
•If military service, must have Honorable discharge
•Have no felony convictions or domestic violence incidents
•Not have been involuntarily committed to an Oklahoma state mental institution

 

  Apply in person or contact Chief Cowan at (580) 229-5538

or m.cowan@healdtonpd.org to apply by e-mail

  Address is 167 Franklin St. Healdton, Oklahoma 73438

 

                                                                                                                                                                (7/30/2019)



The City of Hollis Oklahoma is excepting application for a full-time

CLEET certified Police Officer position

 

 

Qualifications:

•Must be 21 years of age

•Must have a valid Driver’s license

•Must have a high school diploma or G.E.D.

•Must not have any felony convictions, domestic violence convictions, Or pending criminal charges, or V.P.Os’.

•Must pass background check.

•Must pass Drug screening test.

•Must be willing to work rotating shifts:

 

Benefits:

•Starting pay based on experience

•40 hour work week

•Health, Dental, and life insurance paid by the City for officer

•10 days’ vacation after first year

•Sick leave accrues from the time of employment

•Retirement is provided by the City (OMRF)

•Take home vehicle is provided (if qualified)

 

Applications are available at Hollis Police Department: or send request to :

hollispd@pldi.net

Hollis Police Department

105 West Jones

Hollis Okla. 73550

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         Hugo Police Department

   We are currently accepting applications for a full-time Police Officer

 

The Officer must be a self-starter with a good work ethic. The Officer should be able to work as a solo or with another Officer with little supervision as well as a member of a team. The Officer must be self-motivated, require minimal supervision, and promote high standards of honesty and integrity.

 

     Duties include, but are not limited to:

•             Patrol

•             Work Accidents

•             Take reports

 

     All applicants must meet the following requirements.

•             Must be 21 years or older and a U.S. Citizen.

•             Must have a valid driver’s license.

•             Must have a high school diploma or GED certificate

•             CLEET certification, COPs graduate or equivalent is preferred, but not required.

•             Non certified candidate must pass the FTO program.

•             Highly principled ethics and moral character.

•             Sound judgment and ability to think quickly.

•             Paid vacation after 1 year of service

 

•             Have no felony or major misdemeanor convictions and no pending criminal           

               Charges.

•             Have no involvement with illicit drugs use or abuse.

•             Have no arrests for operating a motor vehicle while under the influence within the 

               Last 5 years

•             Must have a high degree of ethical standards and moral character.

•             Must have sound judgement and interpersonal skills.

•             Must be community oriented.

•             Must be able to work when needed, days, nights, weekends and holidays.

•             Must pass background investigation, drug screening test, and psychological

               Assessment test.

•             CLEET certification, COPs graduate or equivalent is preferred, but not required.

 

 

Interested persons should apply in person, or fax a resume to 580-326-2550 or mail to:

Hugo Police Department

Attention: Chief John Allen Mitchell    

 205 South 2nd

 Hugo, Ok. 74743

 

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Langston University Police Department (Langston, OK)

 The Langston University Police Department is accepting applications

 for Two (2) Full Time Police Officer positions

 

We are seeking a full time certified police officer who is professional, sincere and committed to being a member of one of the finest agencies in Logan County. Full time CLEET certified officers may be required to complete our F.T.O. Program. You must submit three (3) letters of recommendation, a copy of an academic transcript (High School, GED or College), a copy of your driver’s license, and attach a resume with your application.

 

Requirements & Qualifications: 

•             CLEET certified as a Full Time (preferred)

•             Must be at least 21 years of age and a U.S. citizen

•             Must have a high school diploma or GED

•             Must have a valid Oklahoma driver's license

•             Must submit to the state mandated MMPI test and a drug test

•             Must pass a background investigation

•             No Felony convictions or major misdemeanors

•             No domestic violation convictions

•             No convictions for crimes of moral turpitude

•             No pending criminal charges

•             Must NOT have had a DUI, DWI or reckless driving violation within the last five (5) years

•             Must be available any shift (nights, weekends and holidays)

•             Highly principled ethics and moral character

 

 

Applications may be picked up at the

main Langston University Campus, or obtained by using the following link:

 

http://www.langston.edu/sites/default/files/basic-content-files/Employment Application.pdf

 

Additional information may be obtained by contacting

the Police Department at 405-466-3366

                                                                                                             (6/27/2019)

 

 Langston University Police Department

 The Langston University Police Department is accepting applications

 for the position of Dispatcher

 

This is a full time salaried position. Starting salary depends upon experience and includes benefits. The selected candidate will receive training and work in a fast paced environment. The dispatcher must be able to multi-task and will be challenged to continually learn and develop their skills. The dispatcher's main responsibility will be to facilitate communication between citizens and multiple emergency agencies.

 

Requirements:

•             Must be at least 18 years of age and a U.S. citizen.

•             Have a high school diploma or GED

•             Have a valid driver’s license and good transportation.

•             Must pass a background test and drug testing

•             No felony or major misdemeanor convictions or domestic violence convictions.

•             Excellent communication and computer skills.

•             Must be able to work any shift

 

Applicants must submit three (3) letters of recommendations, and provide copies of your driver’s license and educational transcripts

 

 

Applications may be picked up at the

main Langston University Campus, or obtained by using the following link:

 

http://www.langston.edu/sites/default/files/basic-content-files/Employment Application.pdf

 

Additional information may be obtained by contacting the Police Department:  405-466-3366

 

Full Time Applications will be accepted until positions are filled.

                                                                                                                                                                 (8/7/2019)


 

 The City of Langston is looking to fill the position of full-time police officer

 

The ideal candidate will live within 20 miles of the town and be CLEET certified. We are accepting applications immediately.

 

Applicants MUST possess the following:

•Be at least 21 years of age

•High School Diploma or GED

•Valid Oklahoma Driver’s License

•Pass Background Check

•No Felony Conviction

•No Domestic Violence convictions

•No convictions for crimes of moral turpitude

•Full-time or reserve CLEET Certification

•Must be available any shift as needed

•Have highly principled ethics & moral character

•Have excellent verbal and written communication skills

•Able to work in a diverse small town environment

 

Once hired, if living in town, there may be a patrol unit assigned to you. We are a diverse town with Langston University within our borders and we work closely with their police department.  We are only looking for serious candidates with CLEET training, but will waive that requirement for the right candidate.

 

If you are interested in starting a career with us please contact us to request an application at 405-466-2276. You may also send a resume along with an abbreviated application found at

 

http://cityoflangston.com/documents-forms/

 

There may be a patrol unit assigned to you if you choose to live in town. We are a diverse town with Langston University within the heart of our borders and we work closely with their police department.  We are only looking for serious candidates with CLEET training, but may waive that requirement for the right candidate.

 

If you are interested in starting a career with us please contact us to request an application at 405-466-2276. You may also send a resume along with an abbreviated application found at

 

http://cityoflangston.com/documents-forms/

 

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Latimer County Sheriff's Department is looking for  a full time Deputy

 

•Must be 21 years of age or older

•Must possess a valid driver's license

•Must be able to work different shifts

•Must be able to pass a drug screening

 

C.L.E.E.T Certified preferred but not mandatory

 

Starting salary for uncertified deputy $2200 a month.
After getting certified possibility in increase of pay

 

Starting salary for a certified deputy $2400 a month.

 

 

To apply contact Latimer County Sheriff's Office at (918)465-4013 or come

by the Sheriff's Office 1409 West Stovall Road Wilburton Ok 74578


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             City of Lindsay

 

P. O. Box 708          312 S. Main Street    Lindsay, Oklahoma 7305
Dial 405-756-2019   Fax 405-756-8414

 

The Lindsay Police Department is now accepting application for the position of Dispatcher

 

OLETS certification preferred

Salary is dependent upon qualifications and experience

Hours will vary; applicants must be able to work days, nights, and/or weekends and holidays

 

For more information contact the Lindsay Police Department at (405) 756-4481. 

Applications can be filled out online or picked up in person at 101 E. Kiowa. Lindsay, Ok 73052

                                                                                  

                                                                                                                                                                  (7/9/2019)


 

The Town of Locust Grove, Oklahoma is currently accepting applications for the position of Full Time Police Officer

 

Applicants MUST possess the following:

•Be at least 21 years of age

•High School Diploma or GED

•Valid Oklahoma Driver’s License

•Pass Background Check

•No Felony Conviction

•No Domestic Violence convictions

•No convictions for crimes of moral turpitude

•Full-time CLEET Certification (preferred but not required)

•Must be available any shift as needed

•Have highly principled ethics & moral character

•Have excellent verbal and written communication skills

•Able to work in a small-town environment

 

 

Applications can be picked up at the Locust Grove Police Department,

Locust Grove City Hall or requested by email lgpd501@outlook.com

 

Kasey B Shaver, Chief

Locust Grove Police Department

103 E Broadway Blvd / PO Box 246

Locust Grove, Oklahoma 74352

 

Locust Grove City Hall

103 E Ross / PO Box 246

Locust Grove, Oklahoma 74352

 

                                                                                                                                                                (6/13/2019)


 

The Luther Police Department is now accepting applications to fill

 Full Time School Resource Officer Position

 

We are currently accepting applications for a Full-Time Police Officer (SRO). The Officer must be a self-starter with a good work ethic. Officer must also be a team player. Must be able to work alone and in a small community.

 

Qualifications to fill this position include, but are not limited to:

•             CLEET certification preferred, but not required

•             If Reserve certified, must be able to pass and complete the bridge academy

•             Must be 21 years or older and a U.S. Citizen.

•             Must have a valid driver’s license.

•             Must have a high school diploma or GED certificate

•             Have no felony or major misdemeanor convictions and no pending criminal charges.

•             Have no involvement with illicit drugs use or abuse.

•             Have no arrests for operating a motor vehicle while under the influence within the past 5 years (DUI or DWI).

•             No convictions of crimes of moral turpitude or domestic violence

•             No reckless driving violations in the past 5 years

•             Must have a high degree of ethical standards and moral character.

•             Must have sound judgement and interpersonal skills.

•             Must be community oriented.

•             Must be able to work when needed, days, nights, weekends and holidays.

•             Must be able to perform police duties without any physical limitations or special accommodations.

•             Must pass background investigation, drug screening test, and psychological assessment test.

 

Benefits include:

•             Take home patrol car (conditions apply)

•             Paid vacation and sick leave

•             Medical, Dental, Vision and Life insurance after 90 days

•             Starting pay $13.00 per hour (certified)

•             Starting pay $10.00 per hour (non-certified)

 

o             With Step Pay Scale

 

 

Applications may be picked up at the Luther Police Department located at:

110 S. Main

Luther OK, 73054

405 -277-3500

Or contact Chief Walker at tony.walker@lutherpolice.org

                                                                                                                                                                   (6/7/2019)


 

 The Luther Police Department is now accepting applications to fill

 Reserve Police Officer Position

 

We are currently accepting applications for a Reserve Police Officer/Part-Time. The Officer must be a self-starter with a good work ethic. Officer must also be a team player. Must be able to work alone and in a small community.

 

Qualifications to fill this position include, but are not limited to:

•             CLEET certification preferred, but not required

•             Must be 21 years or older and a U.S. Citizen.

•             Must have a valid driver’s license.

•             Must have a high school diploma or GED certificate

•             Must be able to work in a small community

•             Strong desire to serve the community

•             Have no felony or major misdemeanor convictions and no pending criminal charges.

•             Have no involvement with illicit drugs use or abuse.

•             Have no arrests for operating a motor vehicle while under the influence within the past 5 years (DUI or DWI).

•             No convictions of crimes of moral turpitude or domestic violence

•             No reckless driving violations in the past 5 years

•             Must have a high degree of ethical standards and moral character.

•             Must have sound judgement and interpersonal skills.

•             Must be community oriented.

•             Must be able to work when needed, days, nights, weekends and holidays.

•             Must be able to perform police duties without any physical limitations or special accommodations.

•             Must pass background investigation, drug screening test, and psychological assessment test.

 

Benefits include:

•             Starting pay $10.00 per hour (some restrictions apply)

 

 

Applications may be picked up at the Luther Police Department located at:

110 S. Main

Luther OK, 73054

405 -277-3500

Or contact Chief Walker at tony.walker@lutherpolice.org

                                                                                                            (6/7/2019)

 

MCLOUD POLICE DEPARTMENT

 The City of McLoud Police Department is accepting applications for the positions of full time School Resource Officer and Patrol Officer

 

Requirements for Full-Time:

   • Be between 21 years of age

   • CLEET Certified preferred, but not required

   • Possess a valid Oklahoma Driver’s License

   • Possess a High School Diploma or GED

   • Pass a background check and drug screening

   • Perform physical requirements set forth by the department

   • Pass the MMPI Psychological Examination

   • Ability to work varying shifts/schedules, weekends and holidays , possibly in     

      inclement weather

   • Ability to report to work in a timely period on short notice

   • No convictions for Domestic Abuse

   • No Protective Orders

   • No felony or major misdemeanor convictions

   • No pending criminal charges

   • No DUI, DWI, or APC convictions

   • Ability to comprehend and implement department policies and procedures

   • Ability to work in a small town/tourist environment

   • Strong desire to serve the community

   • Suitable emotional stability

   • Able to work certain assigned school activities as needed.

   • Work will with students and school facility.

 

The School Resource Officer is a full time position assigned to the McLoud Public School Systems during the school year. When school is not in session the officer will be assigned to duties where needed within the department.

 

The City of McLoud offers a benefit package that includes health, vision, dental and life insurance for full time employees, paid vacation, sick and holiday leave after probation period is successfully completed.

 

*Preference given of Military Service Applicants**

 

City of McLoud is an Equal Opportunity Employer

 

Applications may be picked up and dropped off at the: 

McLoud Police Department

408 W Broadway

McLoud, Oklahoma 74851

405-788-4800

 

Between 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Mon-Fri

 

Applications can be mailed by request.

 

Applications can also be returned by mail to the above listed address.

Will Remain Open Till Position is Filled

 

                                                                                                          (8/5/2019)

 

McLoud Police Department

 POLICE INVESTIGATOR (Sworn & Part-Time)

 

DESCRIPTION:

Under direction, to manage cases involving fraud, embezzlement, theft of proprietary information, unlawful access or tampering with computer systems, financial elder abuse, credit cards, non-sufficient funds and account closed checks, forgery, sex crimes, juvenile related crimes and other crimes; to serve as an investigator on assigned cases including performing background investigations on police personnel; and perform related work.

 

DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS:

This is a sworn part-time classification, reporting to an Assistant Chief of Police or other designee.

 

EXAMPLES OF TYPICAL DUTIES:

Identify, locate and conduct interviews and interrogations of suspects, victims, witnesses, applicants, neighbors, employers, co-workers during investigations to obtain details, information, admissions, and additional leads; obtain necessary documentation from law enforcement agencies and other facts pertaining to investigations; collect and verify information by letter, telephone or personal contact; perform crime scene investigations, including identifying, collecting, preserving and processing physical evidence; evaluate allegations and determine if a criminal investigation is warranted, open investigation or refer complainant to appropriate agency; conduct surveillance and gather intelligence information; utilize computer systems to access and retrieve information from local, State, and Federal computer databases; prepare and serve search warrants; seize and book evidence into property; prepare and file search warrant returns; initiate the arrest of suspects when probable

  cause is present, sign criminal complaints and sworn declarations necessary for the issuance of arrest warrants or to support an arrest made pursuant to probable cause; evaluate information retrieved and take appropriate action, assemble printouts into case file for future reference; analyze documents and related records; prepare charts, diagrams, and other visual aids to demonstrate method of operation and linkages; prepare reports, complaints and other necessary documents relating to assigned investigations; testify in court; stay abreast of current case law and new investigation and prosecution techniques; assist other investigators and detectives and outside agencies as needed.

 

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

 

EDUCATION

Successful completion of CLEET Certified Academy and training and or certifications in criminal justice or administration of justice to include Oklahoma Criminal Law, Evidence, and Criminal Procedures (which must include Search and Seizure).

 

EXPERIENCE

Honorably retired Police Officer with at least two (2) years of experience performing criminal investigative duties in law enforcement, public defender or other investigative agency.

 

KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS IN: Oklahoma rules of evidence; Oklahoma statutes; search and seizure laws; basic statistics; law enforcement information systems; personal computer functions; investigative techniques and procedures; investigative confidentiality requirements.

 

ABILITY TO: Communicate effectively, both orally and in writing; effectively interview individuals to obtain necessary information; collect and verify information by letter, telephone, and/or computer records; maintain logs, records, and files; identify problems and detect missing information, discrepancies, and errors; utilize and operate office and computer equipment necessary to perform work; establish effective working relations with all levels of staff and the public; treat City employees, representatives from outside agencies, and members of the public with courtesy and respect; work under minimal supervision.

 

LICENSES, CERTIFICATIONS, OR SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: Possession of a valid Oklahoma Class D driver's license is required at the time of appointment.   Proof of completion of: (1) CLEET Certified Academy; or (2) the educational requirement listed on the minimum qualifications must be presented at time of application. Prior to appointment, candidates will be subject to a thorough background investigation which may include a polygraph and or other examinations and test.

 City of McLoud is an Equal Opportunity Employer 

Applications may be picked up and dropped off at the:
McLoud Police Department
4
08 W Broadway
M
cLoud, Oklahoma 74851
405-788-4800

Between 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Mon-Fri

Applications can be mailed by request

                                                                                                          (8/5/2019)


 

The Moore Police Department is seeking applicants to fill multiple

Police Officer positions

 

Certified Peace Officers who would like to apply for a position are invited to email their contact information and certification status to mpdhiring@cityofmoore.com.  Certified Officers will be contacted by the recruiting staff.

 

Non-certified applicants do not need to send an email or sign up prior to September 23, 2019. Physical testing for the position of Police Officer will be conducted on September 23, 2019 at 5:00 PM at the Moore Police Department located at 117 E. Main Street, Moore, OK 73160.

 

Applicants need to download an application for employment from the Moore Police Department website at https://www.cityofmoore.com/uploads/Parks/hiring-language-072019July2019.pdf and bring the completed application packet to the written testing. Applicants must also bring a photo ID for Physical Testing.

 

The Moore Police Department provides law enforcement services to residents and visitors to the City of Moore in an effort to create a safe community by protecting life, preserving liberty and keeping the peace. The Moore Police Department is staffed by 92 commissioned officers and 12 civilian employees.

 

The starting salary for a police officer is $46,940.53 and increases to $57,309.01 upon completion of a 12-month probationary period. (Successful candidates who have received a CLEET Peace Officer Certification prior to employment with the City of Moore will start at the $57,309.01 rate.) There is additional pay for college degrees and fluency in Spanish and sign language. Other benefits include college tuition reimbursement, a take-home patrol car for officers residing in the city limits or within a 2 mile radius of the City of Moore, longevity pay, and much more.

 

The physical test will consist of:

• 1.5 mile run in under 15 min 20 sec;

• 300 meter sprint in under 68 seconds;

• 18 pushups in 60 seconds;

• 27 sit ups in 60 seconds.

 

Upon successful completion of the Physical test, applicants will progress to the Written Examination. Written Examinations will be held after the physical testing on September 23, 2019. Bring a photo ID and $15 dollars to the Written Examination. Upon successful completion of the written examination, applicants will be scheduled for an oral board interview.

 

Prerequisites and Automatic Disqualifiers

• Must be 21 years of age.

• Must have ability to obtain Oklahoma DL.

• Possess a High School Diploma or obtained a GED. If GED, must also have 30 semester hours from an accredited college or university.

• No felony convictions. Cannot be under indictment, have charges pending in any court, or under investigation by an LE agency for an offense that would disqualify the applicant.

• No convictions for Domestic Violence.

• If discharged from military, DD214 must not list discharge as less than honorable.

• Cannot be on probation, parole, or deferred sentence.

• No past use of LSD, PCP, MDMA, mescaline, or psilocybin.

• No distribution or manufacturing of illegal drugs or solicitation for sale.

• No use of a substance to alter mental or physical condition within the past 3 years, unless used in accordance with a physician’s instructions, including non-medical use of marijuana.

• The continued use of marijuana by a medical marijuana license holder is prohibited upon employment.

• No multiple convictions for DUI, DWI, or DUID. No charges for DUI, DWI, or DUID within past 3 years.

• No convictions for reckless driving, attempting to elude, racing, or leaving the scene of an accident within the last 3 years.

• Applicants who have completed CLEET Basic Academy while employed by another Law Enforcement Agency must be beyond one year from Academy graduation.

• No termination from another Law Enforcement Agency, or resignations while under investigation.

*Visible tattoos are permitted as long as they can be covered by a regulation Moore Police Department uniform shirt. Tattoos on the hand or wrist, must be able to be covered by a wedding band, or wrist watch. No facial or neck tattoos are allowed.

                                                                                                         (8/8/2019)


 

The Okeene Police Department is currently taking applications for Police officer

 

Qualifications:

•Must be at least 21 years of age.

•Must have a Valid Driver's license.

•Must have a high school diploma or G.E.D.

•Must pass background check.

•Must be willing to work nights, weekends and be on call as needed.

•No felony convictions, Domestic Violence or pending charges.

•CLEET certification is preferred.

 

Benefits:

•Oklahoma Police Pension Retirement.

•Take home vehicle.

•Health Insurance.

 

Applications may be picked up at the Okeene Police Department.

118 West Madison

Okeene OK, 73763 or call 580-822-3035.

                                                                                                           (7/11/2019)

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Police Department

The Oklahoma City Police Department is accepting applications
for the position of full time Police Officer.

The starting salary is $44,108 while attending the Police Academy. Upon graduation, the salary increases to $50,031. The Oklahoma City Police Department offers education incentive, bilingual incentive, shift differential, and longevity pay, as well as a tuition reimbursement program.

Minimum Requirements:

Be a citizen of the United States
21-45 years of age (applicants may complete an application and proceed in the hiring process at 20 years of age as long as they turn 21 by the starting date of the next academy class)
High School Diploma or GED
Valid driver's license
Good moral character
Suitable emotional stability


Benefits Include:

Competitive salary
Insurance (dental, health, life, vision)
20 year retirement program and pension fund
8 days on then 6 days off work schedule
Uniforms, equipment, and firearm provided to each officer
Uniform allowance
Vacation leave
Sick leave
Holiday leave
Military leave
Take home car program (must live in city limits to be eligible for take home car)

Preference is given to applicants with Military Service.
Applications for this position are continuously being accepted.
Applications are available at www.joinokcpd.com.

For more information, contact a recruiter at (405) 297-1116
or ocpd.recruiting@okc.gov.

Send completed applications to:
OCPD Recruiting Unit
800 N. Portland Ave.
Oklahoma City, OK 73107

The City of Oklahoma City is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

                                                                                                          (Perpetual)



Oklahoma Attorney General's Office

 Agent - Medicaid Fraud Control Unit

 

Salary Range: Commensurate with experience and qualifications

Location: Oklahoma City, OK and Tulsa, OK

 

Position Summary: The Medicaid Fraud Control Unit of the Oklahoma Attorney General’s Office is currently seeking an Agent. The Medicaid Fraud Control Unit investigates and prosecutes Medicaid fraud; as well as abuse, neglect, exploitation, and drug diversion in long term board and care facilities.

 

Qualifications: Applicants must be CLEET certified. Preference will be given to applicants with experience in investigations, interviewing techniques, and report writing. Knowledge of computer software applications such as Excel, Word, and Microsoft Office Suite is required. A valid Oklahoma Driver’s license and the ability to travel is required.

 

All applicants must agree in writing to complete, and satisfactorily pass, a background investigation by the Office of the Attorney General.

 

The Oklahoma Office of Attorney General is an equal employment employer. All individuals are welcome to seek employment with the Oklahoma Office of Attorney General regardless of race, sex, color, age, national origin, genetic information, religion, or disability, so long as the disability does not render the person unable to perform the essential functions of the position for which employed with or without a reasonable accommodation. All employees of the Oklahoma Office of Attorney General are “at will” employees.

 

 

How to apply: Resumes for the position must be sent to resumes@oag.ok.gov and indicate which particular position is being applied for in the subject line of the email.

                                                                                                           (7/9/2019)

 

OKLAHOMA CORPORATION COMMISSION

    POSITION TITLE: Motor Carrier Enforcement Officer 

 

SALARY:  $ 48,928/annual                    

 

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

Mandated by statute 47 O.S. §172-1., 1999 Supp: Applicants “shall be high school graduates and shall have had at least three (3) years practical experience in the transportation industry or in the field of law enforcement.” And one (1) year of experience as a CLEET-certified peace officer.

 

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:  Applicants must be willing and able to be on call twenty-four (24) hours per day; be willing to travel frequently and be away from home for extended periods of time; be willing to temporarily relocate to the place of assignment; and be willing to accept the physical discomforts and/or dangers inherent in the work.

 

NOTE:  THIS POSITION REQUIRES SELECTED CANDIDATE TO LIVE WITHIN 50 MILES OF ASSIGNED FACILITY

 

OCC NOTE: Applicant must be willing to work shifts that will routinely include weekends and also include early days or evenings/nights. This position is located at a facility that operates up to 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and all employees are subject to assignment of all shifts.

 

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

•             Patrols roads and highways or operates a weigh station to identify motor carriers operating in violation of state regulatory laws, stops apparent violators, inspects vehicles and documents to determine compliance with applicable laws, rules and regulations.

•             Enforce state size and weight laws and overweight and oversize permits.

•             Impounds improperly registered vehicles until vehicle is properly registered and applicable fees are paid.

•             Issues citations or warnings, determining applicable fees and penalties in accordance with state law, serves warrants, writs and notices issued by the Corporation Commission; may detain violators; accept bonds guaranteeing court appearance; testifies at trials and hearings.

•             Provides assistance and information to law enforcement entities and motor vehicle licenses agents with regard to state motor vehicle and motor fuel laws.

•             Investigates complaints regarding service, damage settlements, illegal dumping and storage or transportation of deleterious substances.

•             Provides initial response to accident scenes involving deleterious and hazardous materials, notifies appropriate agencies and local authorities; provides technical guidance or supervision to others at the scene.

 

For more information, please contact Paul at 405-522-5271 or visit:

http://www.occeweb.com/HR/Jobs.htm

 

To apply visit: https://jobapscloud.com/ok/default.asp

 

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Oklahoma City University Police Officer

 

Position Summary: 

Provide protection for the lives and property of the campus community. 

 

Learn more about the OCU Police Department here: https://www.okcu.edu/police/home/

 

Education/Experience:

Required: High School Diploma or G.E.D. is required. Full time Peace Officer CLEET state certification.

Preferred: Two years of college coursework.

 

Compensation:

Compensation is commensurate with education, experience and higher education industry standards. The anticipated full-time starting hourly rate for non-certified officers will be $16.25/hour. The anticipated full-time starting hourly rate for state-certified officers will be $17.50/hour.

 

OCU offers a comprehensive health insurance program as well as numerous work/life benefits including:

•Tuition Remission for Employee and Dependents

•On-Campus Fitness Center Membership

•Wellness Time Available Each Week On Campus

•On-Campus Discounted Meals

•Extensive Time Off for Work/Life Balance

•Excellent Campus Environment

•Retirement Benefits

 

Questions should be directed to Lt. Kavenius, 208-5872, mekavenius@okcu.edu

 

Please apply online at: 

https://jobs.silkroad.com/OKCU/StaffCareers/JobDetail/895 

 

                                                                                                                                                          (8/22/2019)


 

Okmulgee County Criminal Justice Authority
JOB DESCRIPTION: Transportation Officer

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

•    Transports offenders via passenger vehicles and buses to various destinations such as courts, jails, prisons, medical centers, and other specified locations.
•    Escorts offenders into surroundings requiring contact with judges, prosecuting attorneys, and other court personnel; hospital personnel such as physicians, nurses, and other medical staff; and the public.
•    Contacts federal, state, and local police agencies and sheriffs’ offices within, and outside, of the state and maintains professional courtesy.
•    Plans and executes all aspects of the trip/run including: inspection/exchanging information, search of the vehicle and security items, determination of amount and types of restraints, selection of necessary weapons, planning special security precautions, emergency and escape procedures, timing and routing of the trip, accommodation of the needs of the offenders, possession of all clearances and necessary travel documents, inspection and storage of offender’s personal property, and the assurance of a safe and controlled travel environment.

•    Transport Officer assumes responsibility for significant departmental material resources such as passenger vehicles, weaponry, and communications equipment.
•    Observes offenders’ activities to detect unusual or prohibited behavior that might be a threat to the security and safety of fellow employees, other offenders, and the public.
•    Observes and immediately responds to all incidents such as assaults on employees or offenders, offender disturbances, or other situations threatening the security of the mission.
•    Controls restrains and subdue disruptive offender(s) to prevent disturbances and possible escapes.
•    Make prompt decisions quickly in both routine and non-routine situations including those situations that would be considered “life and death”.

•    Follows departmental security policies and procedures. Maintains vigilant adherence to all departmental procedures.
•    Places restraining devices on the offender(s) for security purposes and according to departmental policy and procedure, while transporting and assuring secure environment when devices are removed.
•    Write clear and concisely, use acceptable grammar and spelling; write reports that are complete and accurate.

•    Other assignments as required.

QUALIFICATIONS:
Must be at least 21 years of age.
Must be able to pass a written and physical ability test.
Must possess a valid driver’s license (possession of CDL is strongly preferred but not required).
Must pass a background check.
Must pass oral board interview.
Must be a U.S. Citizen or be lawfully authorized to work in the U.S.
Must not have any felony convictions, domestic violence convictions, or driving under the influence record.
Must be available for shift work, including weekends and holidays.

MUST HAVE THE ABILITY TO:
Travel in and out of the state for extended periods of time on short notice.
Work irregular hours.
Attend and complete a three week-long orientation academy.
Successfully complete in-service education and training.
Qualify annually with departmental issued service weapon.
Operate and maintain commercial vehicles.
Obtain and maintain a full-time CLEET certification. (CLEET certification is preferred but not required).
Communicate effectively and follow all directives.
Learn and apply departmental policies, procedures, rules, and regulations.

BENEFITS INCLUDE:
Starting salary is $2,640 per month plus benefits.

 

Apply at the Okmulgee County Criminal Justice Authority located at 305 West 8th street, Okmulgee, OK. 74447. In the same building as the OCSO, in the office located behind the Sheriff’s Office.

If you have any questions or would like additional information, please contact Transportation Captain Mayfield at (918) 758-9901 or by email at jaylenmmayfield@outlook.com

                                                                                                     (7/10/2019)


Okmulgee County Criminal Justice Authority

JOB DESCRIPTION: Detention Officer

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

• Responsible for custody and control of prisoners; security of facilities; physical movement of inmates. Completes facility logs. Secures and searches all inmates admitted into and leaving the facility. Reports all maintenance problems and unsafe conditions.
•    Responsible for admitting and processing newly arriving inmates/detainees of different classification levels.
•    Responsible for properly inventorying all valuable and personal property of inmate/detainee.
•    Responsible for meeting the basic needs of all inmates within custody.
•    Escorts offenders into surroundings requiring contact with judges, prosecuting attorneys, and other court personnel; hospital personnel such as physicians, nurses, and other medical staff; and the public.
•    Contacts and interacts with federal, state, and local police agencies and sheriffs’ offices within, and outside, of the state and maintains professional courtesy.
•    Observes offenders’ activities to detect unusual or prohibited behavior that might be a threat to the security and safety of fellow employees, other offenders, and the public.
•    Observes and immediately responds to all incidents such as assaults on employees or offenders, offender disturbances, or other situations threatening the security of the mission.
•    Controls, restrains, and subdue disruptive offender(s) to prevent disturbances and possible escapes.
•    Make prompt decisions quickly in both routine and non-routine situations including those situations that would be considered “life and death”.

•    Follows departmental security policies and procedures. Maintains vigilant adherence to all departmental procedures.
•    Places restraining devices on the offender(s) for security purposes and according to departmental policy and procedure, while transporting and assuring secure environment when devices are removed.

•    Write clearly and concisely, use acceptable grammar and spelling; write reports that are complete and accurate.

•    Responsible for conducting searches of facility and inmate’s person to minimize the introduction of contraband through unauthorized avenues.
•    Responsible for properly releasing prisoner(s) back into society or into custody of another agency.
•    Other assignments as required.

QUALIFICATIONS:
Must be at least 18 years of age.
Must be able to pass a written and physical ability test.
Must possess a valid driver’s license.
Must pass a background check.
Must be a U.S. Citizen or be lawfully authorized to work in the U.S.
Must not have any felony convictions, domestic violence convictions, or driving under the influence record.
Must be available for shift work, including weekends and holidays.

MUST HAVE THE ABILITY TO:
Work irregular hours.
Attend and complete a three week-long orientation academy.
Successfully complete in-service education and training.
Communicate effectively and follow all directives.
Learn and apply departmental policies, procedures, rules, and regulations.

BENEFITS INCLUDE:
Starting salary is $15.00/hr. plus benefits.

 

Apply online at https://www.indeed.com/viewjob?cmp=Okmulgee-County-Criminal-Justice-Authority&t=Detention+Officer&jk=6d7d77c0538f04f4&q=detention+officer&vjs=3

In person at the Okmulgee County Criminal Justice Authority located at 305 West 8th street, Okmulgee, OK. 74447. In the same building as the OCSO, in the office located behind the Sheriff’s Office.

                                                                                                                                                            (7/10/2019)


 

UNIVERSITY POLICE OFFICER

 Okmulgee, OK

 

NEW STARTING RATE $15/Hour

 

OSU Institute of Technology in Okmulgee is accepting applications for a University Police Officer.  Responsible for enforcing the laws of the State of Oklahoma and the rules and regulations of OSUIT. Position will conduct preliminary investigations, prepare reports, make arrests, respond to emergencies, maintain campus building and parking lot security. Must be at least 21 years old with a valid Oklahoma driver license, good driving record and no criminal record. Must be able to pass an extensive OSBI background check and the Oklahoma Law Enforcement Retirement System physical. Oklahoma CLEET certified peace officer highly preferred. For a full job summary and to apply online, please visit http://jobs.okstate.edu. Computer access is available in Human Resources.

 

“Oklahoma State University is an AA/EEO/E-verify employer committed to diversity and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment and will not be discriminated against based on race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability or protected veteran status. OSUIT is a tobacco-free campus.”

 

                                                                                                                                                          (7/29/2019)


 

City of Perry accepting applications for full time Emergency Services Dispatcher

 

Primary function is responding to requests for police/fire service from citizens and other agencies. Requirements include: sitting for long periods of time, computer and telephone proficiency, and ability to work under stressful situations.

 

Applications available at City Hall, 622 Cedar Street or at www.cityofperryok.com.

The City of Perry, Oklahoma is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

For further questions, please contact Chief Brian Thomas at 580-336-4422.

 

                                                                                                                                                                  (6/5/2019)


 

City of Piedmont Police Department

 The City of Piedmont, Oklahoma is currently accepting applications for

CLEET Certified Officers

 

Starting salary 35,593.41(negotiable based on experience and/or training) annually.  This is a full-time position with excellent benefit package, including: health/dental/vision, sick leave, holiday and vacation leave.

 

Other benefits include:

•             Uniforms, weapon(s) and duty equipment supplied upon first hire. Uniform allowance twice annually thereafter.

•             Take home vehicle program (must live within 20 miles of the Police station).

•             Overtime available (grants and routine duty).

•             Shift differential pay.

•             Educational incentives.

•             Nine-step merit pay system.

 

Minimal acceptable qualifications:

•             Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing.

•             Possess a valid Oklahoma State Driver’s License and a good driving record.

•             Graduation from High School or GED (some college hours preferred, incentives for degrees)

•             Must pass state pension physical.

•             Must be between the ages of 21 and 45 years of age.

•             Ability to pass a psychological evaluation.

•             No felony or high misdemeanor convictions.

•             No convictions or arrests for crimes of moral turpitude or domestic violence and no protective orders.

 

 

To apply, go to www.piedmont-ok.gov and navigate to the on-line application

for Police Officers.

Application period will be open until vacancies filled.

 

For questions, contact Deputy Chief Sterling Markel at sterling@piedmont-ok.gov or call

405-373-1334.


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Town of Ramona

Seeking qualified applicants for Reserve Officers

 

Must be a high school graduate or have a GED equivalency certificate.

 

Must not be participating in a deferred sentence agreement for a felony, a crime involving moral turpitude or a crime of domestic violence, and does not have any criminal charges pending in any court in this state, another state, in tribal court or pursuant to the United States Code.

 

Must not be currently undergoing treatment for a mental illness, condition or disorder. Must be at least 21 years of age.

 

Reserve peace officers, within 6 months of their commission or appointment as a reserve officer, must satisfactorily complete a minimum 240 hours CLEET approved certification course and satisfactorily complete all practicum work and pass all written examinations required for certification. 

 

Must live within 30-45 minutes of Town limits and willing to serve minimum 24 hours a month.

 

Certified officers must have current certification and be in good standing with CLEET.

 

 

Interested applicants may request a application packet by emailing Sgt. T. Williams at officer1102@townoframona.com

                                                                                                           (7/2/2019)



City of Ringling Oklahoma is currently accepting applications for the position of Full Time Police Officer

 

Applicants MUST possess the following:

•Be at least 21 years of age

•High School Diploma or GED

•Valid Oklahoma Driver’s License

•Pass Background Check

•No Felony Convictions

•No Domestic Violence convictions

•No convictions for crimes of moral turpitude

•Must be available any shift (nights, weekends, and holidays) as needed

•Have highly principled ethics & moral character

•Have excellent verbal and written communication skills

•Able to work in a small town environment

 

Cleet certification preferred but not required.

 

Applications can be picked up at the Ringling police department or requested by email at ringlingchief@gmail.com

 

 Ringling Police Department

122 N 5th Street

Ringling, OK 73456

580-662-2666

Chief Josh Steury

                                                                                                         (7/23/2019)


 

 The Town of Ringling is looking for Reserve Police Officer Positions

 

 

• Must be Full-time or Reserve Certified

• Be at least 21 years of age

• Have a High School diploma or GED

• Valid Driver's License with no DUIs in the last 5 years

• Be able to pass a background check

• Must have no Felony convictions or domestic violence convictions

• Must be willing to work on a scheduled basis including nights, weekends and holidays

• Willing to work in a small town environment

 

Ringling will pay for shifts covered by Reserve Certified officers

  

Email Resumes/questions to:

Chief Steury

Ringlingpd@gmail.com

580-662-2666

 

  Town of Ringling is an Equal Opportunity Employer

 

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Sapulpa Police Department is accepting applications

 

Applications must be received no later than 12:00 p.m. on 9/20/19.  The written and physical agility testing will be held on 10/5/19 at 0900.  Please apply on-line through the cityofsapulpa.net.   Any questions please contact Major Rob Glenn @ 918-227-5100.

 

                                                                                                                                                (Remove 9/23/2019)


 

Seminole State College

Seminole, Oklahoma

 

TITLE: Campus Police Officer (Part-Time)

DATE PREPARED: February 1, 2019

REPORTS TO: Campus Chief of Police

CLASSIFICATION: Part-Time, Classified Staff

 

POSITION SUMMARY

The Campus Police Officer is responsible for the provision and coordination of college-wide

security, safety programs, safety training, and various compliance reporting tasks. In general, the

Campus Police provides a safe and secure environment for students, employees, and the general

public. This includes the appropriate patrols of college property, the investigation and reporting

on campus incidents, the collection and compilation of data relating to campus safety, writing

and submission of reports in compliance with the Clery Act, VAWA, NIMS training, and Title

IX. The Campus Police is expected to develop and maintain working relationships with other

area law enforcement agencies and coordinate emergency and disaster response planning with

those agencies. Campus Police reports to the Campus Chief of Police.

 

CAMPUS POLICE DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

•Represent Seminole State College in the most positive manner with prospective, current,

and former students, clients, suppliers and the community we serve. Interact effectively

with a diverse group of faculty, staff, students, and other customers of our services. Learn and adhere to the policies and procedures of Seminole State College.

•Upholds the Mission Statement: Seminole State College empowers people for

academic success, personal development, and lifelong learning.

•Perform job duties utilizing SSC’s core values: Compassion, Opportunity, Respect, and Excellence.

•Handle confidential information with tact and discretion.

•Communicate with students, the general public, and employees while patrolling college

properties in an effort to proactively preserve law and order and achieve positive public relations.

•Respond to public safety emergencies, complaints, concerns or questions and administer

proper procedures to ensure public safety.

•Conduct crime investigations.

•Enforce parking regulations, control and direct traffic.

•Inspect and maintain the security of college buildings and facilities.

•Provide public assistance needs such as: jump starting and unlocking vehicles; escorting

individuals; and, communicating special announcements.

•Prepare applicable crime and incident reports for an assigned shift.

•Respond to and conduct traffic accident investigations.

•Participate in community service activities.

•Perform other duties of a similar nature or level as required.

 

OTHER DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

•Provide supervisor current contact information (email and cell and/or home telephone).

•Regularly check and respond to all email and voicemail in a timely manner.

 

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES REQUIRED

•Five years of work experience in public safety or law enforcement; valid driver license;

excellent communication, organizational, multi-tasking, and writing skills; good attention to detail.

•Must be CLEET certified and able to meet CLEET continuing education and physical ability standards.

•High School diploma or GED required.

•College campus experience preferred.

 

Application review will begin immediately. Salary is commensurate with education and

 experience. Employment is subject to successful completion of a background check.

The filling of this position is contingent on the budget.

 

To apply, please send letter of application, resume, copies of all academic transcripts and three

professional references to:

 

Seminole State College

ATTN: Human Resources

P.O. Box 351

Seminole, OK 74818

 

SSC is an AA/EEO employer committed to multicultural diversity.

                                                                                                                                                                  (6/4/2019)


 

 The Absentee Shawnee Tribal Police Department is accepting applications for the position of Patrol Officer

 

 

Job Description:

PATROL OFFICER RESPONSIBLE FOR ENFORCING TRIBAL, STATE AND FEDERAL LAW ON PROPERTY OWNED BY THE ABSENTEE SHAWNEE TRIBE.

 

Responsibility:

Enforce Tribal, state and federal laws; operate a law enforcement vehicle; make arrests on criminal and traffic related offenses and obtain information for required reports; use a firearm proficiently; conduct criminal investigations; conduct vehicle accident investigations; communicate effectively both verbally and in writing; engage in law enforcement patrol functions; respond immediately to emotional, high stress, or physically taxing situations without warning; and perform related duties as required; able to perform under pressure; able to perform job duties in a high stress environment; may involve physical altercations with non-compliant suspects. Investigating crime scenes, Surveying crime scenes and formulating a plan of action for processing, Identifying, collecting, and documenting crime scene trace evidence from firearms, blood spatters, etc. Photographing a crime scene by applying professional photographic techniques. Prepare a detailed report of the investigation  , and maintain records and case files of all evidence and information acquired. Submit fingerprints to the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigations for submission into the Automated Fingerprint Identification System Database

 

Qualification:

• Must be CLEET/BIA certified.

• Selected applicants must pass extensive background investigation, psychological test, physical training test, and drug screen. This position is a physically active and high stress position.

• 21 years of age or older.

• Must possess a valid Oklahoma Driver’s License.

• No Felony convictions or misdemeanor convictions for crimes of domestic violence or crimes of moral turpitude.

• Minimum of a High School diploma. Associates degree preferred.

• Native American preference.

• Veteran preference.

 

Native American Preference/EOE/Drug Free Workplace

  

For more information contact:

Absentee Shawnee Tribe Human Resources

2025 South Gordon Cooper Drive

Shawnee, Ok 74801

405-275-4030

HR@astribe.com

 

Applications can be obtained from the website at astribe.com or from the Absentee Shawnee Tribe Human Resources Department. Applications will not be accepted at the Police Department.

All Applications must be submitted through the HR Department in person or via e-mail.

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    Shawnee Police Dept

                                                            Police Officer                                              

 

DEPARTMENT:  Police Department

PAY RANGE:  Starting at $17.36 if not certified or $18.88 if certified at date of hire

DIVISION:  Police Department    

FSLA:  Non-exempt

 

JOB SUMMARY:   This is a non-exempt position performing law enforcement services and crime prevention.  Works under the immediate direction of the shift Sergeant.  “Job descriptions may be modified based on City needs and employees may be required to perform function beyond those described below and employees are “at will employees” in that either party may terminate the employment relationship.”

 

ESSENTIAL DUTIES:

•Enforces state and federal laws and City ordinances and traffic laws; and issues citations to violators of traffic laws.

•Patrols assigned areas of the City checking buildings, bars/clubs, residences, etc. for suspicious activity and handles situations according to procedures.

•Directs traffic in congested and emergency areas; reports safety hazards; responds to emergency calls; administers first aid; investigates cause and files accident reports; assists fire and EMS services as necessary.

•Investigates crime scenes; talks to or interviews witnesses, victims, and potential suspects; searches for and preserves evidence; participates in line-ups; makes oral or written reports such as criminal complaint forms or narrative reports; testifies in court.

•Makes arrests on criminal and traffic related offenses at the scene; executes search warrant and arrest after obtaining sufficient evidence to arrest; determines if a person is a danger to self or others and evaluates the mental stability of the individual.

•Speaks before citizens and citizen's groups; participates in various training sessions; communicates with other law enforcement personnel in various agencies including City Court personnel and District Attorney's office.

•May assist in jail responsibilities, booking and fingerprinting, dispatch, or animal control.  May assist in diverse tasks involving the recognition, collection, and analysis of evidence and information.

•Performs other duties as assigned.

 

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

•Must be not less that 21 nor more than 45 years of age at employment and a citizen of the United States.

•Must possess high school diploma or G.E.D. and a valid Oklahoma driver's license with an excellent driving record.

•Must not have been convicted of a felony or have pending criminal actions.  Must not be a present or recent user of controlled substances or have DUI, DWI, or reckless driving violations within last 5 years.

•Must demonstrate through background investigation, interviews, and other tests (including comprehension/aptitude tests, practical exams, MMPI-2/CPI or related psychological performance tests, polygraph, drug tests, etc.) that he/she is suited for the position of police officer.  Must pass the state required police pension physical examination.

•Although this is an entry level position, the incumbent must satisfactorily complete 12 months as a probationary officer, obtain CLEET certification, complete written and knowledge requirements, obtain field experience under direct supervision of a field training officer, pass shooting  qualifications, etc.

 

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITY:

•Ability to operate two-way radio and walkie-talkie in field situations; effectively operate radar equipment, E911, etc; ability to perform routine preventive maintenance on vehicle.

•Ability to drive vehicle both safely and efficiently; locate places on a map; receive radio instructions and provide directions to others.

•Ability to read, understand and interpret ordinances, laws, and other operating procedures; ability to investigate crimes and prepare reports; ability to communicate orally and in writing.

•Ability to work with others and follow orders or allow a superior officer(s) or other trained experts to take charge as required.  Must be flexible in dealing with all situations.

•Ability to deal effectively with public using tact and diplomacy; ability to remain calm in emergency situations; ability to perform first aid or CPR or assist other emergency personnel administering aid; provide constitutional Miranda warnings.

•Ability to make split second decisions that could affect the well being of the public, department, fellow employees, as well as the officer's safety.  Ability to interface with other law enforcement personnel and safety personnel

•Ability and willingness to maintain strict confidentiality.

•Ability and skill using firearms, hand to hand combat, and other means or defense.

•Ability to effect arrest of a resisting person.

•Must be able to respond to varying situations with sensitivity and diplomacy and know how to deal with stressful, hostile or irrational persons, whether due to physical or mental disability, socio-economic differences, drugs, or other factors.

 

WORKING CONDITIONS/PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:

•Subject to working rotating shifts, holidays, weekends, extended hours, emergency call out and court appearances on regular days off.

•Exposure to inclement weather conditions and requires continuous attention to safe working and operating procedures to ensure safety of self and fellow citizens.

•Operates both as a member of a team and independently at incidents of uncertain danger and duration.

•Subject to body attacks while making arrests

•Faces exposure to infectious agents such as hepatitis B, HIV or other communicable diseases and all kinds of persons who have vomited or have been severely injured.

•Must be able to wear a bullet-proof vest and follow all safety procedures of the department.

•Requires physical strength and stamina to chase and subdue fleeing persons; to arrest them if necessary; and to bring them into custody.

•Requires physical strength and stamina to rescue victims.

•Requires visual acuity to identify suspects, detect danger, read licenses and tags, etc.

•Requires aural acuity to understand conversations in quiet and noisy environments, understand radio transmissions, distinguish between car backfires and gun shots, determine location of persons in distress, etc.

•Requires speech that is clear and distinct so that one is clearly understood while transmitting information over two-way radio, or talking to victims, suspects, etc.

 

SUPERVISION REQUIRED:  Works under general supervision of shift Sergeants.

SUPERVISION GIVEN:   No supervision given.

SPECIAL LICENSES OR CERTIFICATIONS REQUIRED: CLEET Certification.

 

Contact : Stacie Brown

405-878-1626

 

Deadline for Applying : Aug 25, 2019 11:59 PM

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 The City of Skiatook currently has a position for Police Officer

 

Applicants must be a U.S. Citizen, at least 21 years of age and no older than 45, possess a valid Oklahoma Driver’s License, a High school diploma or a G.E.D., must have no felony convictions or disqualifying criminal history and be willing to work any shift with any combination of days off.  Full time C.L.E.E.T certification is preferred but not required. Pre-employment C.L.E.E.T. written and physical test, and drug screen required.  All applicants will undergo intense background check and polygraph. Pension Board physical medical required. 

 

The City of Skiatook offers an excellent benefits package.  

•             Complete medical insurance fully paid by the City of Skiatook for the Officer and his/her Family.

•             10-mile radius take home car policy.

•             Longevity bonus package.  $5 month for every month employed. 

•             Holiday bonus

•             Education incentive pay for Intermediate Certification/Associates Degree and Advanced/Bachelor’s Degree

•             Vacation based on years of service. 

o             176hrs year/14.67hrs month for 0-4 years of service and increases up to 20 years of service. 

•             Sick Leave acquired monthly.  

•             Duty pistol

•             Patrol Rifle (SBR)

•             Duty ammo replaced annually

•             Body Armor every five (5) years

•             Taser (upon certification)

•             Less Lethal Shotgun (upon certification)

•             Annual $900 clothing allowance

•             Lateral Transfer for Certified Officers up to Five (5) years

•             State of Oklahoma Police Pension – 20-year retirement program

 

The City of Skiatook Police Department is growing which increases movement and promotion within the Department. Positions for lateral and promotion include:

•             Patrol Supervisor

•             K9 Handler

•             SRO (School Resource Officer)

•             Detective Division

•             Street Crimes Investigator

•             Firearms Instructor

•             Annual Shift Bids

 

Applications and Background packets can be picked up at City of Skiatook Municipal Building located at 110 N. Broadway between 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. Monday through Thursday and 8:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. on Friday, or online at www.cityofskiatook.com.

 

Submit Application AND Background packet / resume’s with certificates to: City of Skiatook, Attn: Human Resources, 110 N. Broadway, PO Box 399, Skiatook, Ok 74070; or email to kim@cityofskiatook.com.  Applications submitted without Background packet will be incomplete and will not be considered for employment.  The City of Skiatook is an EOE.

                                                                                                          (7/23/2019)

 

TOWN OF SPAVINAW

  JOB ANNOUNCEMENT

  CHIEF OF POLICE

 

The Town of Spavinaw, OK (population 450) is seeking candidates for the position of Chief of Police. Spavinaw is located in Mayes County. The Chief answers directly the Board of Trustees.

 

Qualifications

Candidates for the position should have one year experience in a municipal setting, short and long-term planning, budgeting, personnel management, law enforcement labor negotiations, and community relations. The Chief is the head of the department and is responsible for all functions of the agency including, but not limited to, developing policies and procedures, preparation of reports, personnel development, maintaining professional standards for sworn officers, attending meetings, and interacting with the public, and other duties as required. The Chief also maintains a professional relationship with the Board of Trustees, area law enforcement agencies, and the public at large.

 

Qualified candidates for the position must hold full-time CLEET certification. Must be proficient in the use of Microsoft Office Suite, record keeping in accordance with applicable State Statutes, 911 communications, video monitoring and other police systems as required. Selected candidate must complete OMAG New Chief and Command Staff training within one year of appointment.

 

The Chief must be able to set clear expectations, model accountability, mentor and develop staff, and ensure a professional workplace. The Chief is expected to attend council meetings, major accidents, crime scenes and community events. The hiring process will include an initial eligibility screening followed by interviews which will be conducted by the Board of Trustees. The candidate will undergo a thorough background check.

 

How to Apply

The application packet for the Town of Spavinaw Police Chief must contain the following:

1)            Cover letter detailing relevant information the candidate wishes to highlight;

2)            Resume;

3)            Professional references;

4)            Copies of CLEET Certification

5)            Copy of Driver's License

 

Pay is established as incremental:

 

Starting wages $15/hr for expected 40 hours a week.

 

Pending results of six month review, wages will increase to $16/hr and final cap increase will be up to $18/hr after one year review.

 

Please submit completed application packets to AmandaSpavinaw@outlook.com

or Fax Spavinaw Town Hall at (918) 589-4278

                                                                                                          (7/19/2019)

 

The Stillwater Police Department is accepting applications for anticipated full time police officer openings in 2020

 

Candidates must be 21-45 years of age, in good physical condition, no felony or serious misdemeanor convictions, and High School diploma or equivalent required, college preferred. Starting base rate is $23.70 to $26.68/hr. ($49,292.88 to $55,495.44 Annual), comprehensive benefits package including family medical and dental insurance, paid vacation, holiday and sick leave, police pension, college tuition reimbursement and incentive pay. Patrol Officers work four ten hour shifts per week with three days off. Currently, career (non-supervisory) patrol officers top out at $39.38 per hour ($81,900.00 Annual).

 

The Stillwater Police Department is one of the best equipped and trained departments in the country. We support our personnel by providing the latest in equipment and technology. The Stillwater Police Department is housed in a state of the art facility. The building is a four story structure including underground parking, office space, fitness center, central communications center, detention center, and full classroom training facilities. Department members are outfitted with all equipment and uniforms at no cost to the employee, including a Glock pistol and Colt AR-15 rifle.

 

If invited to the written testing date you will be required to pay $15 for the cost of the testing materials.

 

Please visit www.stillwaterpolicedept.org for more information about the department and www.stillwater.org/employment for application information.

 

Like us at www.facebook.com/StillwaterPolice

 

Closing date: 10/3/2019

                                                                                                        (8/19/2019)


 

Town of Talihina Police Department is taking applications for a full time

certified Police Officer

 

Pickup application at police Department or City Hall or email your resume to rodneyfaulkenberry@yahoo.com or drop off at City Hall 205 first street Talihina Ok.

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Town of Thackerville is accepting applications of a Chief of Police

 

Pay and specifics discussed at interviews.

 

Applicants MUST possess the following:

•Be at least 21 years of age

•High School Diploma or GED

•Valid Oklahoma Driver’s License

•Pass Background Check

•No Felony Convictions

•No Domestic Violence convictions

•No convictions for crimes of moral turpitude

•Full-time CLEET Certification and COP's certification preferred, but not required

•Must be available any shift (nights, weekends, and holidays) as needed

•Have highly principled ethics & moral character

•Have excellent verbal and written communication skills

•Able to work in a small town environment

 

Applications may be picked up at Town Hall M-F 8:30-4:30. 19103 US HWY 77,

Thackerville, Ok 73459

 

Any questions please call 580-276-4842.

 

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CITY OF THOMAS - POLICE CHIEF

 

CITY OF THOMAS IS SEEKING CANDIDATES FOR CHIEF OF POLICE. LOOKING FOR A CHIEF WITH HIGH MORALS AND ETHICAL VALUES. HAS A PASSION FOR PUBLICSERVICE. APPROACHABLE BY ALL AND TRUSTWORTHY. A STRONG LEADER WHO WILL WORK WITH THE CITY COUNCIL AND REPORT TO THE MAYOR. WILL WORK FOR THE COMMUNITY ALONG SIDE WITH SURROUNDIG LAW ENFORCEMENT.

 

MUST BE CLEET CERTIFIED WITH AT LEAST FIVE YEARS EXPERIENCE. WILLING TO WORK DAYS , NIGHT, WEEKEND AND HOLIDAYS.PASS BACK GROUND CHECK.

 

THOMAS OFFERS CITY RETIREMENT, PAID HOLIDAYS, HEALTH INSURANCE WITH PLANS FOR FAMILY HEALTH ALONG WITH DENTAL AND VISION. POSITION TO BE FILLED ONCE THE RIGHT PERSON FOUND.

 

CONTACT CITY CLERK TAFFY RIGSBY AT 580-661-3687 FOR APPLICATION AND INFORMATION. CAN FAX RESUME thomascityclerk@gmail.com or by fax to 580-661 3689

 

                                                                                                          (8/14/2019)

Job Title:    School Safety Officer (Certified Police Officer)      
Department:   Campus Police Reports

To:   Sergeant of School Safety and Security                                            
Grade: TS-11
Number of Days:  10 Months 
Shift Type – Full-time
Salary Range
Overtime Status:   Non-Exempt                                                                   

Start Date- Immediate
Classified Hourly - (40 hours per week/10 months, 36 hours per week/2 months)

Position Summary: As a campus police member serving as a key member of the school’s staff, the School Safety Officer promotes a safe and orderly school environment protecting the welfare of students and staff. The School Safety Officer develops relationships with staff, administrators, and students to build a sense of awareness and security within the school community.

The School Safety Officer also proactively interacts with students and administration with the aim of preventing safety issues and provides guidance in helping students make good decisions. In addition, the School Safety Officer secures buildings and property, investigates disturbances, maintains order during the school day and during special events and assists the school leaders in building a school climate that is safe, supportive, and joyful along with a culture of care and respect both from adults to students and students to adults. In emergency situations the School Safety Officer responds to the scene, provides first aid, and alerts additional police or emergency personnel as appropriate.  

Qualifications:
1. High School diploma.
2. Higher education degree preferred but not required.
3. State Certified Law Enforcement Officer (CLEET Certification) preferred.
4. Law enforcement experience preferred but not required.
5. Demonstrated competence for human relationship and personal communication skills.
6. Satisfy all district requirements with regards to physical health and citizenship.
7. Pass pre-employment drug screen and background check
8. Must be flexible and available to work any/rotating shift (nights, weekends and holidays), including overtime as needed.

Physical Requirements
1. Must possess the physical strength and stamina necessary to chase and subdue fleeing persons and rescue victims. This includes being able to run long distances, jump, crawl (to function in confined spaces), climb, lift, drag and pull at least 165 pounds.
2. To establish fitness for duty, must successfully pass a physical ability/job task simulation test selected by campus police leadership prior to hire and regularly thereafter as required. An example of the simulation test that may be selected by the District includes the 2003 Physical Agility Test, as amended (a test that has been used by the Tulsa Police Department).
3.Must be able to stand, stoop, sit and walk. Must be able to stand for long periods of time and walk much of the day while patrolling and interacting with students and staff on school property.
4. Must be able to occasionally lift light and heavy objects, use tools and equipment requiring a high degree of dexterity, operate firearms and utilize the appropriate physical dexterity and force to apprehend suspects.
5. Capable of operating and maintaining a squad vehicle and related tools and equipment.
6. Must possess the visual acuity necessary to observe surroundings, identify persons, detect danger, read licenses and tags and possess the aural acuity to understand conversations in quiet and noisy environments, understand radio transmissions, distinguish between car backfires and gunshots and determine the location of persons in distress.

Performance Responsibilities:
1. Adheres to and following Tulsa Public School Public Schools Policies and Regulations as well as the policies and procedures of Tulsa Campus Police.
2. Patrols district buildings and grounds to prevent fire, theft, vandalism, and inappropriate and illegal activity.
3. Conducts patrol inspections of building entrances and exits to determine building security.
4. Patrols school grounds to detect unauthorized persons or vehicles, to check cars for parking authorization, to determine if vehicles are parked improperly or in restricted areas and issue citations when appropriate.
5. Reports any unusual conditions or malfunctions of heating, plumbing or electrical service.
6. Maintains a proper log including but not limited to daily log, after-hours log, vehicle log and records of calls.
7. Implements district emergency action procedures when appropriate.
8. Prepares written reports as instructed by the Chief.
9. Attends and completes assigned in-service training programs and maintains CLEET certification.
10. Capable of operating and maintaining a squad vehicle and related tools and equipment
11. Monitors and patrols during school activity events to ensure safety, security and orderly conduct of everyone.
12. Creates a high visibility on school sites and in school buildings during the school day and at activity events with students and staff.
13. Serves as a resource person to principals and others, as requested, to address student groups on various aspects of school security.
14. Performs such other duties that may be assigned by the Chief of Police or designee.

Other Benefits
•             Employee paid Health insurance (Family options)
•             12 sick days a year
•             3 personal days
•             Overtime pay when applicable
•             Firearm and all equipment provided.

Tulsa Public Schools is committed to building a diverse and inclusive team of individuals who contribute to the district's mission with their talents, skills, and energy. Tulsa Public Schools is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender expression, gender identity, pregnancy, disability, genetic information, veteran status, marital status, age, or any other classification protected by applicable law.  

 Tulsa Public Schools also provides reasonable accommodations to qualified applicants and employees with disabilities. If you need an accommodation during the application process, please contact the district's talent management department at 918-746-6310 or the district's human rights and title IX coordinator at 918-746-6517. You can also direct your request for accommodation in writing to the Tulsa Public Schools Education Service Center, Attn: Talent Management, 3027 S. New Haven Ave., Tulsa, OK 74114-6131.

 Apply Here

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Oklahoma Attorney General's Office

 Agent - Medicaid Fraud Control Unit

 

Salary Range: Commensurate with experience and qualifications

 

Location: Tulsa, OK

 

Position Summary: The Medicaid Fraud Control Unit of the Oklahoma Attorney General’s Office is currently seeking an Agent. The Medicaid Fraud Control Unit investigates and prosecutes Medicaid fraud; as well as abuse, neglect, exploitation, and drug diversion in long term board and care facilities.

 

Qualifications: Applicants must be CLEET certified. Preference will be given to applicants with experience in investigations, interviewing techniques, and report writing. Knowledge of computer software applications such as Excel, Word, and Microsoft Office Suite is required. A valid Oklahoma Driver’s license and the ability to travel is required.

 

All applicants must agree in writing to complete, and satisfactorily pass, a background investigation by the Office of the Attorney General.

 

The Oklahoma Office of Attorney General is an equal employment employer. All individuals are welcome to seek employment with the Oklahoma Office of Attorney General regardless of race, sex, color, age, national origin, genetic information, religion, or disability, so long as the disability does not render the person unable to perform the essential functions of the position for which employed with or without a reasonable accommodation. All employees of the Oklahoma Office of Attorney General are “at will” employees.

 

 

How to apply: Resumes for the position must be sent to resumes@oag.ok.gov and indicate which particular position is being applied for in the subject line of the email.

 

                                                                                                                                                             (7/8/2019)


 

TCC Campus Police

 

TCC Campus Police provides an environment conducive to protection, safety and public service for a culturally diverse college community. TCC Campus Police is committed to protecting lives, property and rights of all people, maintaining order, and enforcing the law impartially. To fulfill our mission, we will work within the framework of the U.S. Constitution and will strive to attain the highest degree of ethical behavior and professional conduct at all times.

 

Minimum Qualifications:

.               Must be at least 21 years of age.

.               An Oklahoma Council Law Enforcement Education and Training (CLEET) Peace Officer certification, or be a graduate of the Collegiate Officer Program (COP).

.               A current CLEET Reserve Peace Officer certification.

.               Three-(3) years of law enforcement experience, performing calls for service or street duty (patrol experience) while employed by a CLEET certified agency.

.               Must be able to travel and work on various campuses and other locations.

.               Must not currently be, under an Internal Affairs Investigation, from any duly recognized law enforcement agency, for any reason.

.               Have excellent verbal and written communication skills.

.               Able to work weekends and holidays as needed.

.               If military service, must have Honorable discharge.

.               Must successfully complete a physical assessment test, written examination, and appear before an oral interview board.

.               If reserve certified, must be able to pass and complete the bridge academy.

.               Ability to perform all aspects of Community Policing.

.               Ability to maintain strict confidentiality.

.               For complete list visit https://careers.tulsacc.edu/postings/29041

Compensation and Benefits:

.               Full-Time pay starting at $16.30hr+ (based on experience).

.               Holidays and school vacations off.

.               120hrs of vacation annually.

.               Flexible Comp time.

.               Excellent training opportunities.

.               Medical and dental benefits.

.               Annually tuition waiver options of TCC classes. 

.               Excellent retirement options

.               Part-Time pay starting at $15.68hr, no benefits.

 

To apply full-time: HTTP://CAREERS.TULSACC.EDU/POSTINGS/29041

To apply part-time: https://careers.tulsacc.edu/postings/29241

 

For questions contact: Metro Campus Police Supervisor LT. Klockenkemper Denesa.klockenkemper@tulsacc.edu

                                                                                                          (8/21/2019)

 

The City of Tuttle is accepting applications for Police Officer

 

Minimum Qualifications are

•             21 YOA must be 45 at time of testing due to Police Pension standards

•             High School Diploma, or GED

•             No Criminal Record

•             Pass Physical Agility Test

•             Pass Written Test

•             Pass Psychological Test (MMPI)

•             Pass Background Investigation.

•             Pass the Police Pension Physical.

•             Pass Polygraph

•             Pay is non-certified $15.67 per hour, CLEET Certified $16.79 per hour.

•             Shift Differential Pay

•             Uniform Allowance

•             Longevity Pay

•             Paid Holidays

•             Insurance

 

Apply at the Tuttle Police Department 4 S.E. Second Street

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The Valley Brook Police Department currently has an opening for a

full time certified police officer

 

Starting hourly pay is $15.00 an hour for certified officers.

 

Minimum Requirements:

•             Be a citizen of the United States

•             21-45 years of age

•             High School Diploma or GED

•             Valid driver’s license

•             Be able to pass OPPRS physical

•             Must pass MMPI and pre-employment testing

 

Benefits Include:

 

•             City paid insurance (health, dental, vision)

•             OPPRS retirement

•             Paid Time Off

•             Sick leave

•             Holiday Pay

•             Shift differential pay

 

Please contact the court clerks office at 405-677-6948 with questions or to obtain an application.

 

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  Town of Velma, Oklahoma is currently accepting applications for the position of

Police Officer

 

 

Applicants MUST possess the following:

•Be at least 21 years of age

•High School Diploma or GED

•Valid Oklahoma Driver’s License

•Pass Background Check

•No Felony Conviction

•No Domestic Violence convictions

•No convictions for crimes of moral turpitude

•Full-time or reserve CLEET Certification preferred

•Must be available any shift as needed

•Have highly principled ethics & moral character

•Have excellent verbal and written communication skills

•Able to work in a small town environment

 

 

Applications can be picked up at the Velma City Hall, or requested by email at velmapd502@gmail.com

 

William Darling, Chief

Velma Police Department

900 Main Street / PO Box 447

Velma, Oklahoma 73491

                                                                                                           (7/8/2019)


 

TOWN OF VIAN POLICE DEPARTMENT IS NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS FOR

FULL TIME OFFICERS

 

MUST BE FULL TIME CLEET CERTIFIED. THE TOWN OF VIAN OFFERS 1.MEDICAL,DENTAL AND VISION INSURANCE FOR THE EMPLOYEE 2. RETIREMENT THRU OMRF 3.HOLIDAY PAY 4.OVERTIME PAY 5. STARTING PAY FOR FULL TIME OFFICER IS $12 HR. AFTER 90 DAYS WILL INCREASE TO $13 HR. MUST BE AVAILABLE FOR ALL SHIFTS.      

 

 YOU MAY PICKUP AN APPLICATION AT THE VIAN POLICE DEPARTMENT AT 100 BLACKSTONE ST CONTACT# 918-773-5724

                                                                                                                                                                (7/16/2019)


 

 The Town of Vici is accepting applications for Police Officer

 

Applications will be accepted until position filled. 

 

Certification preferred but not required.

 

Vici Police Officers must pass a background check, physical agility test, and MMPI.  They must possess a High School Diploma or GED.

 

State of Oklahoma Requirements:

•Valid Oklahoma State Driver's License

•Driving record acceptable to Town insurance carrier (OMAG).

•Must be able to obtain CLEET certification within 1 year of hire date.

•Must be 21 years of age.

•Must be United States Citizen

•If military service, must have honorable discharge.

•Have no felony convictions or domestic violence incidents.

•Not have been involuntarily committed to an Oklahoma state mental institution.

•No misdemeanor convictions involving crimes of moral turpitude i.e. theft, prostitution, and delinquency.

•No temporary or final protective orders as the defendant.

 

The Town of Vici's Police Department offers an annual salary of no less than $30,000.00 depending on experience and training.  Benefits include full paid medical insurance, life, vision, and dental are low cost.  Employees will receive vacation, sick days, administrative and personal days.  A take home vehicle will be provided when the employee relocates inside the Town jurisdiction.

 

 

Applications can be picked up at:

Vici Police Department

505 N. Houser St.

Vici, OK 73859

 

Questions may be addressed to the

Chief of Police

Matt DeSelms

580-995-4371

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The Cotton County Sheriff Office currently has an opening for a Jailer

Walters, Oklahoma

 

This is a salaried position $1857.00 per month. Benefit package at no cost to employee including health, dental, life insurance. The employee also receives vacation, sick, and holiday leave.

 

Jailers are provided with a standard training program that will provide instruction and training for all shifts.

 

Jailers will become certified in CPR, First Aid, and the Oklahoma Jail Standards.

 

Requirements:

• Must be at least 21 years of age & U.S. citizen 

• Must possess a high school diploma or GED

• Must have a valid Driver's License - Insurable Driving Record

• Must not have any felony convictions, serious misdemeanor convictions, domestic violence convictions, pending criminal charges from any state.

• Must have the ability and willingness to work days, evenings, weekends, holidays, Available to work shifts- 24/7 operation

• Must pass background investigation, good moral character

 

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

o Supervise and control inmate behavior while performing various tasks completed during the daily operation of the detention center.

o Exercise appropriate judgment in handling of special needs situations or inmates; provide assistance in classification of inmates

o Communicate effectively and coherently with other staff or inmates with approved facility communication devices including the telephone system, intercom system, and portable or base radios

o Demonstrate effective communicative skills with inmates, public and staff

o Perform searches of people, cells, objects capable of concealing contraband, and indoor and outdoor areas. The physical aspects of the job entail, walking, kneeling, lifting, bending or stooping for long periods of time and possibly physical altercations with inmates.

o Administer basic emergency first aid

o Transport or escort inmates (hostile, aggressive, passive, etc.) using handcuffs and other approved restraints in accordance to policy and procedure.

o Read and comprehend legal and non-legal documents including the processing of such documents as medical instructions, commitments, release orders, summons, and other documents

o Maintain weapons, equipment and uniforms in functional condition as prescribed for by departmental policy.

o Maintain inmate property and storage

o Collect, resolve and/or direct to appropriate individual or division, inmate complaints, grievances or requests.

o Prepare investigative and other reports or documentation, using appropriate grammar.

 

Endure verbal and mental abuse when confronted with hostile views or opinions of inmates and other persons in an antagonistic environment.

 

o Process and release inmates including taking photographs and legible sets of electronic or inked fingerprints, and/or palm prints.

o Report facility mechanical failures

o Perform related duties and other responsibilities as assigned

 

Ability to:

• Apply knowledge and reasoning to make prompt and effective decisions quickly in both routine and non-routine situations including those situations that would be considered "life and death". Evaluate alternatives; make sound decisions in a timely manner, size up a situation quickly and take appropriate actions

• Write clearly and concisely; use acceptable grammar, punctuation and spelling; write reports which are organized, complete, accurate and factual

• Be sensitive to the feelings of others and resolve problems in ways that do not arouse antagonism

• Adapt to changes in working conditions (e.g., changes in assignment, shift changes and different types of incidents either incidentally or continuously, etc.)

• Proceed on assignments without waiting to be told what to do; make an effort to improve skills and keep informed of new developments in field; exert the effort needed to make sure the job is done right, the first time; be consistently productive

• Follow orders, rules and department policy

• Prepare and maintain accurate and factual records

• Work independently in the absence of supervision

• Understand and follow written or verbal instructions

• Maintain a high degree of personal and professional honesty and integrity

• Communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing

 

Must be able to perform these duties with or without special accommodations.

  

Application and all required documents and

materials must be submitted to be considered.

 

Applications are available at,

and are to be returned to, the

Cotton County Sheriff Office

301 N Broadway

Walters, OK 73572

 

Please direct all inquiries to Undersheriff Bobby Sparks, 580-875-2391

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 The Warr Acres Police Department is accepting applications for full time Communications Specialist (911 Dispatcher) to fill a current opening  

 

This is a shift based position with shifts from 6am to 2pm, 2pm to 10pm and 10pm to 6am with overtime as necessary to fill minimum staffing levels. Applications are available anytime at the Police Department, 4801 N Reeves, or online at WarrAcres-OK.gov.

 

Applications will be accepted until 5pm on Wednesday August 30th, 2019

 

Warr Acres Police Department

4801 N Reeves

Warr Acres, OK 73122

 

Minimum requirements:

18 Years of age or older

High School Diploma or GED

Valid Driver's License

No Prior Felony Convictions

Ability to operate telephone, two-way radios and computer for data entry simultaneously

Ability to remain calm during stressful situations

Ability to relay critical information between information sources and responders

Applicants must complete the selection process to be considered which includes;

 

Submitting written application

Scoring 70% or better on written examination

Oral board

Background exam

 

Benefits

Paid sick leave

Paid vacation accrual

Employee health insurance package

Personal leave

Paid overtime

 

The City of Warr Acres does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, national origin, age, marital or veteran status, political affiliation, disabled status or any other legally protected status.

                                                                                                         (8/19/2019)


Waynoka Police Department is accepting application for Police Officers

Certification preferred but not required.

 

Waynoka Police Officers must pass a background check, physical agility test, and MMPI.  They must possess a High School Diploma or GED.

 

State of Oklahoma Requirements:

•Valid Oklahoma State Driver's License

•Driving record acceptable to Town insurance carrier (OMAG).

•Must be able to obtain CLEET certification within 1 year of hire date.

•Must be 21 years of age.

•Must be United States Citizen

•If military service, must have honorable discharge.

•Have no felony convictions or domestic violence incidents.

•Not have been involuntarily committed to an Oklahoma state mental institution.

•No misdemeanor convictions involving crimes of moral turpitude i.e. theft, prostitution, and delinquency.

•No temporary or final protective orders as the defendant.

 

The City of Waynoka Police Department offers an annual salary of no less than $30,000.00 for uncertified officers after the officer is certified the pay will increase to 32,000, after the first year the salary will increase to 34,000 with possible raise each year.  Benefits include 401K, Medical insurance, life, vision and dental and I flexible work schedule.  Employees will receive vacation, sick days, administrative and personal days.  A take home vehicle will be provided to full time officers that must live within 10 miles of the city limits.

 

 

Applications may be picked up at City Hall @ 1759 Cecil St. Waynoka, Ok

or E-mail,

Please Contact Chief Misty Smiley AT 580-824-2261

or mwilliams7490@gmail.com

 

Applications accepted until position are filled

                                                                                                           (8/22/2019)

Waynoka, OK. 

Job Title:  School Resource Officer (Certified Police Officer)  

    

Preschool-12th Grade                                          

Number of Days:  10 Months 

Shift Type – Full-time

Salary Range

Overtime Status:   Non-Exempt                                                                  

Start Date- Immediate

Classified Hourly - (40 hours per week/10 months, 36 hours per week/2 months)

 

Position Summary: As a School Resource Officer. serving as a key member of the school’s staff, the School Safety Officer promotes a safe and orderly school environment protecting the welfare of students and staff. The School Safety Officer develops relationships with staff, administrators, and students to build a sense of awareness and security within the school community.

 

The School Safety Officer also proactively interacts with students and administration with the aim of preventing safety issues and provides guidance in helping students make good decisions. In addition, the School Safety Officer secures buildings and property, investigates disturbances, maintains order during the school day and during special events and assists the school leaders in building a school climate that is safe, supportive, and joyful along with a culture of care and respect both from adults to students and students to adults. In emergency situations the School Safety Officer responds to the scene, provides first aid, and alerts additional police or emergency personnel as appropriate. 

 

Qualifications:

1. High School diploma.

2. State Certified Law Enforcement Officer (CLEET Certification).

3. Law enforcement experience preferred.

4. Demonstrated competence for human relationship and personal communication skills.

5. Satisfy all district requirements with regards to physical health and citizenship.

6. Pass pre-employment drug screen and background check

7. Must be flexible and available to work any/rotating shift (nights, weekends and holidays), including overtime as needed.

 

Physical Requirements

1.Must be able to stand, stoop, sit and walk. Must be able to stand for long periods of time and walk much of the day while patrolling and interacting with students and staff on school property.

2. Must be able to occasionally lift light and heavy objects, use tools and equipment requiring a high degree of dexterity, operate firearms and utilize the appropriate physical dexterity and force to apprehend suspects.

3. Capable of operating and maintaining a squad vehicle and related tools and equipment.

4. Must possess the visual acuity necessary to observe surroundings, identify persons, detect danger, read licenses and tags and possess the aural acuity to understand conversations in quiet and noisy environments, understand radio transmissions, distinguish between car backfires and gunshots and determine the location of persons in distress.

 

Performance Responsibilities:

1. Adheres to and following Waynoka Public School Public Schools Policies and Regulations as well as the policies and procedures of Waynoka Police department.

2. Patrols district buildings and grounds to prevent fire, theft, vandalism, and inappropriate and illegal activity.

3. Conducts patrol inspections of building entrances and exits to determine building security.

4. Patrols school grounds to detect unauthorized persons or vehicles, to check cars for parking authorization, to determine if vehicles are parked improperly or in restricted areas and issue citations when appropriate.

5. Reports any unusual conditions or malfunctions of heating, plumbing or electrical service.

6. Maintains a proper log including but not limited to daily log, after-hours log, vehicle log and records of calls.

7. Implements district emergency action procedures when appropriate.

8. Prepares written reports as instructed by the Chief.

9. Attends and completes assigned in-service training programs and maintains CLEET certification.

10. Capable of operating and maintaining a squad vehicle and related tools and equipment.

11. Monitors and patrols during school activity events to ensure safety, security and orderly conduct of everyone.

12. Creates a high visibility on school sites and in school buildings during the school day and at activity events with students and staff.

13. Serves as a resource person to principals and others, as requested, to address student groups on various aspects of school security.

14. Performs such other duties that may be assigned by the Chief of Police or designee.

15. While School is not in session for Summer breaks and Holidays the Officer will work as a Full time Police Officer for the City of Waynoka.

 

Starting salary is $34,000.00 a year with a possibility of an increase in salary after the first year.

 

Benefits include Vacation , Sick Leave, 401K Health Insurance and Dental Insurance, Life Insurance and a Flexible Work Schedule.

 

Applications may be picked up at City Hall @ 1759 Cecil St. Waynoka, OK

or  E-mail,

Please Contact Felicia AT 580-824-2261

or cityofwaynokafgreen@gmail.com

 

Applications accepted until position are filled

                                                                                                                                                               (8/22/2019)


 

City of Weatherford, OK.

 Weatherford Police Department is accepting applications for 3 Patrol Officer Positions

 

The City of Weatherford offers a starting annual salary of $37,440, overtime pay and a comprehensive benefits package worth approximately $10,000.  After 1 years of service, salary increases to $39,520/year ($19.00/hour). 3 years $41,600 ($20.00)

 

Send applications to the following address:

 

Weatherford Police Department

Attn: Lt. Chris Cote

201 SW Main Street

Weatherford, OK 73096

or email chris.cote@weatherfordpd.org

 

Applications will be accepted until positions are filled.   The Police Department application must be submitted as online applications cannot be accepted.   Applicants will be contacted to schedule a date for the Police Officer Selection Test (POST) and physical fitness test.  A complete description of the physical fitness requirements is available in the application packet.  Applicants must pass with a minimum score of 70% on each section of the POST.  Applicants should wear appropriate clothing for the physical fitness test.  Physician release must be completed prior to participation in the physical fitness test.  No exceptions.

 

Requirements:

•             Must be 21 – 45 years of age unless a current member of the Oklahoma Police Pension Retirement System

•             Must possess a valid driver license and an acceptable driving record

•             Must possess a high school diploma or GED

•             Must pass an extensive background investigation (no felonies, domestic violence related offenses, or crimes of moral turpitude)

•             Must live or relocate within 2 miles of Weatherford city limits

•             CLEET or COPS Certification is preferred but not required

 

Benefits:

•             Paid Vacation, Holidays, Personal Day, Sick Leave & Emergency Leave

•             Employer Paid Health, Dental, Vision & $40,000 Life Insurance

•             Oklahoma Police Pension Retirement

•             All equipment, uniforms and a take home patrol car are provided.

 

 Applications are available at the following locations:

Weatherford Police Department – 201 SW Main Street

www.cityofweatherford.com  Human Resources Police Application Patrol Packet MUST BE PATROL PACKET

 

Incorrect Application Packets will not be accepted.

                                                                                                           (6/7/2019)

 

The Town of Wellston is looking for certified reserve officers

 

Schedule:   

Friday 1600-2400

Saturday 0000-0800, 0800-1600, 1600-2400

Sunday 0000-0800, 0800-1600, 1600-2400

Monday  0000-0800

Tuesday  0000-0800

Wednesday  0000-0800

Thursday  0000-0800

 

Requirements:

• Willing to work a minimum of 16-24 hours per month

• Full-time or Reserve Certified

• Able to pass a background investigation

• 21 years of age of older

• Valid Driver's License with no serious traffic offenses in the past 7 years

 

For an application, go to www.townofwellstonok.com, or contact Chief Kelly Banwart through the Wellston Police Department Facebook page or at kbanwart@townofwellstonok.com

 

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Wilson Police Department

 The Wilson Police Department is accepting applications for the position of

full- time patrol officer

 

The City of Wilson is located in Carter County and conveniently located approximately 30 minutes for Lake Murray State Park, approximately two hours from Dallas TX, and an hour and forty-five minutes from downtown Oklahoma City.

 

The Wilson Police Department currently has four full time officers and serves a community of 1,724 citizens (according to the 2010 Census) with a coverage area of 5.68 square miles.

 

Benefits:

•             Paid Medical, Dental, and Vision insurance at 100% by the city.

•             Supplemental Insurance available at the cost of the employee.

•             OPERS retirement with the city matching at 14.5%

•             Vehicles that are routinely replaced.

•             Mobile Cop terminals in each patrol car.

•             Body Cameras and Dash Cams.

•             New Radars in each patrol car.

•             Supportive Council that allows the department to acquire new technology and further our training.

 

Requirements:

•             21 years of age and must be a U.S. Citizen

•             Must have high school diploma or GED

•             Must have Valid Oklahoma Driver’s License

•             Full time or Reserve Certification is highly desired.

•             Have no Felony or major misdemeanor convictions, or no pending criminal charges

•             Have no domestic abuse convictions

•             Must have no involvement with illicit drug use/abuse

•             Must have a high degree of ethical standards and moral character

•             Must have sound judgment and the ability to think quickly

•             Must be available to be called out in the event of emergencies

•             Must be willing to work days, nights, weekends, and holidays

•             Must pass background investigation, psychological assessment test, drug screening test

•             Must be able to work in a rural environment

•             Must be willing to relocate to the incorporated city limits of Wilson.

 

 

If interested in applying please stop and pick- up an application at City Hall located at:

1065 U.S. Highway 70a

Wilson Ok, 73463

Or by emailing Captain Joshua Taylor at:

jtaylor@wilsonok.city

 

                                                                                                                                                              (7/15/2019)