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The Achille Police Department is accepting applications for Reserve Police Officers

 

Requirements and Qualification:

• High School diploma or GED

• Valid Oklahoma State Driver's License

• Driving record acceptable to City insurance carrier

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

• MUST live in Bryan County or a surrounding county

• 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

• Must be able to work a minimum of 25 hours per month

• C.L.E.E.T Certification is preferred but not required

 

 

Applications will be accepted until the positions are filled.

 

For more information, contact Assistant Chief Candice Conner at (580) 775-7680

or email AchillePD2@outlook.com

                                                                                                        (1/8/2020)

 

The Achille Police Department is accepting applications for the paid position of

School Resource Officer (SRO)

 

This is a part-time, Mon-Thurs. 7:30AM-1:30PM

 

Pay is negotiable depending on experience/certification(s)

 

Requirements and Qualification:

• High School diploma or GED

• Valid Oklahoma State Driver's License

• Driving record acceptable to City insurance carrier

• 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

• Must be good with children of all ages

• MUST live within Bryan County or a surrounding county

• Must be able to attend SRO school

• C.L.E.E.T Certification is preferred but not required

 

 

Applications will be accepted until the positions are filled.

 

For more information, contact Assistant Chief Candice Conner at (580) 775-7680

or email AchillePD2@outlook.com

                                                                                                          (1/8/2020)

 

 The Achille Police Department is accepting applications for a part-time

Police Officer position

 

Requirements and Qualification:

• High School diploma or GED

• Valid Oklahoma State Driver's License

• Driving record acceptable to City insurance carrier

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

• MUST live in Bryan County or a surrounding county

• 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

• Must be able to work a minimum of 25 hours per month

• C.L.E.E.T Certification is preferred but not required

 

 

Applications will be accepted until the positions are filled.

 

For more information, contact Assistant Chief Candice Conner at (580) 775-7680

or email AchillePD2@outlook.com

                                                                                                                                                                 (1/8/2020)


 

The City of Altus is now paying a hiring incentive for new hires

 

$5,000 for Certified Officers with 2+ years and $2,500 for Uncertified Officers.
(Qualifications required for these incentives)

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 $17.36 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 able to be eligible for and pass the Oklahoma Police Pension and Retirement System. 

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 to request an application, please email Sgt. Chris Elrod at celrod@altusok.gov

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  Amber, Oklahoma Police Department

 The Amber Police Department is accepting applications/resumes for a

Reserve/Part-time Police Officer

 

Requirements & Qualifications:

•             Must be an American Citizen and possess a valid Oklahoma Driver’s License

•             Must be at least 21 years of age

•             High school diploma or GED

•             Must be CLEET Certified

•             No felony convictions

•             No convictions for crimes of moral turpitude or domestic violence

•             Must not have had a DUI, DWI or reckless driving violation within last 5 years

•             Must pass background check

•             Must pass fingerprint clearance

•             Must submit to the state mandated MMPI test

•             Must be able to complete our F.T.O program.

•             Have highly principles ethics and moral character

•             Have excellent communication skills

•             Must be able to work in a small community

 

Interested applicants will be initially screened by the reserve supervisor

prior to final selection process by the Chief of Police.

 

Email resume/questions to:

apdchief@townofamber.com

 

Or pick up applications at the Amber Police Department

404 Holly Ave,

Amber, OK 73004

(405)222-2175

 

The Town of Amber is an Equal Opportunity Employer

                                                                                                               (3/2/2020)

 

      Amber, Oklahoma Police Department

 The Amber Police Department is accepting applications/resumes for a Full time Police Officer

 

Requirements & Qualifications:

•             Must live within 20 miles of town or willing to relocate

•             Must be CLEET Certified

•             Must be an American Citizen and possess a valid Oklahoma Driver’s License

•             Must be at least 21 years of age

•             High school diploma or GED

•             No felony convictions

•             No convictions for crimes of moral turpitude or domestic violence

•             Must not have had a DUI, DWI or reckless driving violation within last 5 years

•             Must pass background check

•             Must pass fingerprint clearance

•             Must submit to the state mandated MMPI test

•             Have highly principles ethics and moral character

•             Have excellent communication skills

•             Must be able to work in a small community

•             be able to work weekends

 

Interested applicants will be initially screened by the reserve supervisor prior

to final selection process by the Chief of Police.

 

Email resume/questions to:

apdchief@townofamber.com

 

Or pick up applications at the Amber Police Department

404 Holly Ave,

Amber, OK 73004

(405)222-2175

 

The Town of Amber is an Equal Opportunity Employer

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

 

•CLEET certification, COPs graduate or equivalent is preferred.

•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.

•Highly principled ethics and moral character.

•Sound judgment and ability to think quickly.

•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.

 

 

 Applications can be picked up at the Antlers Police Department.

Application must be filled out in full, be legible.

 

 Antlers Police Department

  103 SE 2nd ST

  Antlers, Oklahoma, 74523

 

Applications can also be emailed to Chief Jake Merck at antlerspd231@yahoo.com.

 

Questions about posting can be answered by calling 580-298-5513

Monday thru Friday from 0700-1500 or emailed to the above e-mail address. 

 

The City of Antlers is an Equal Opportunity Provider and employer.

 

                                                                                                                                                                             (1/27/2020)


 

Ardmore Police Department

 

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

• $500 sign-on bonus for CLEET certified officers

• $500 bonus for COPS program applicants after passing the CLEET test for certification

 

"Pay based on years of experience"

 

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

Please read all instructions carefully before beginning application process.

 

                                                                                                                                                      (2/6/2020)


 

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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The Atoka Police Department is accepting applications for the position of

full time Patrol Officer

 

Minimum Qualifications:

• Applicants must be a citizen of the United States and possess a valid OK Driver License

• Applicants must have a High School Diploma or GED equivalent

• Applicants must be between the ages of 21 and 45

• CLEET Certification is preferred, but not required

• Applicants are subject to written, physical and MMPI testing

• Applicants must pass a comprehensive medical examination and participate in the Oklahoma Police Pension and Retirement System

• Applicants must pass a background investigation and oral interview

• Applicants cannot have pending criminal charges and must not have had a DUI, DWI or Reckless Driving violation within the last five years.

• Applicants must be able to relocate and reside within forty five (45) miles of Atoka

• Applicants must be able to work all shifts

 

Minimum Benefits include:

• $30,576.00 starting annual salary (CLEET Certified)

• Longevity salary increases after years:  two, four, nine and fourteen

• $1,200.00 annual uniform allowance

• Paid vacation that increases with years of service

• Paid holidays

• Paid medical insurance after 60 days

• Paid life insurance

• Oklahoma Police Pension and Retirement System membership

 

 

Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. 

Applications may be obtained from the Atoka Police Department

at 1384 West Liberty Road Atoka, OK 74525

or on-line at:  http://www.atokaok.org

 

                                                                                                                                 (2/19/2020)


 

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 Information to Sergeant Troy Newell 918-338-4052

or tmnewell@cityofbartlesville.org.

 

Send completed applications to:

City of Bartlesville – HR Department

401 S. Johnstone Ave

Bartlesville, OK 74003

 

https://youtu.be/OyTIdZbz2HM

 

The City of Bartlesville is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

 

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The Town of Big Cabin is accepting applications for Chief of Police,
1 Full and Part-Time Police Officer

 

Requirements/Qualifications:

  • Hold a High School Diploma or GED.
  • Have a Valid Driver’s License.
  • Live within 25 miles of Big Cabin
  • Be full-time CLEET certified.
  • Be a US citizen.
  • Be 21 years of age.
  • Be of good moral character and have high ethical principles.
  • Must have no felonies, domestic violence or pending criminal charges.

Benefits Include:

  • Competitive Salary
  • Health Insurance
  • Uniforms, equipment and firearm provided to each officer
  • Vacation Leave
  • Sick Leave
  • Holiday Leave

 

For more information contact Big Cabin Police Department at (918) 783-5911.

Applications may be picked up in person at the Big Cabin Police Department 112 East Main Street
Big Cabin, OK 74332.

Applications will be accepted until the positions are filled.

The Town of Big Cabin is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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The Town of Binger, Oklahoma Department is accepting Applications For a Chief of Police

 

Rate of Pay/Salary will be based off of experience and will be discussed with the Town Council before you are hired if you are chosen for the position.

Requirements & Qualifications:

• Must be an American Citizen and possess a valid Oklahoma Driver's License

• Must be at least 21 years of age

• High school diploma or GED

 

CLEET Certified is preferred.

The Town of Binger, Oklahoma Department is accepting Applications For a Chief of Police

Rate of Pay/Salary will be based off of experience and will be discussed with the Town Council before you are hired if you are chosen for the position.

Requirements & Qualifications:

• Must be an American Citizen and possess a valid Oklahoma Driver's License

• Must be at least 21 years of age

• High school diploma or GED

• CLEET Certified is preferred, but not required

 No felony convictions

• No convictions for crimes of moral turpitude or domestic violence

• Must not have had a DUI, DWI or reckless driving violation within last 5 years

• Must pass background check and drug test

• Must pass fingerprint clearance

• Must submit to the state mandated MMPI test

• Have high principles ethics and moral character

• Have excellent communication skills

• Must be able to work in a small community

• Must be able to work Weekdays/Weekends and Holidays

• Must be able to attend court once a month

• Must be able to attend Town Council meetings once a month.
• Must live within a 20 mile radius of the Town of Binger

Email resume/questions to:
townclerkofbinger@sbcglobal.net

Or pick up applications at the Binger Town Hall
Town Hall is Open
M- F   8 AM-5 PM
202 W. Main Street
Binger, OK. 73009
(405) 656-2426

                                                                                                (4/1/2020)


 

The Boswell Police Department is accepting applications for Reserve & Part Time Police Officers

 

Requirements and Qualifications:

• High School diploma or GED

• Valid State Drivers License

• Driving record acceptable to City Insurance Carrier

• Must be able to obtain CLEET Certification within 6 Months of Hire Date

• Must live in Choctaw County or Surrounding County

• Must be 21 Years Old and under 45 years old at date of hire

• Must be United States Citizen or Legal Permanent Resident

• If Military service, must be Honorable Discharge

• Have no Felony convictions or Domestic Violence incidents

• Must be able to work a minimum of 25 hours per month for Reserve

• Must be able to work 24-32 hours a week for Part Time Officer

• C.L.E.E.T Certification is not required but preferred

 

 

Applications will be accepted until the positions are filled.

for more information, contact Chief O'Connor or Court Clerk Mrs. Loretta Todd at 580-566-2211

or email chief@boswellpd.com or court.clerk@boswellpd.com

 

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

 

Requirements:                                             

• Applicants must be 21 years of age or older.

• Have a high school diploma or GED equivalent.

• Must have no felony, or major misdemeanor convictions.

• No convictions for crimes of moral turpitude.

• Take and pass a written examination, oral interview and pass a rigorous background investigation.

 

C.L.E.E.T Certification is preferred but not required.

 

 

 Applications can be picked up at The Bristow Police Department in person at 110 W. 7th Ave in Bristow, or you can find an online application at www.CityofBristowok.org.

 

Contact the Bristow Police Department with any questions at 918-367-2252.

 

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CITY OF BROKEN ARROW
Invites applications for the position of:
Police Officer

SALARY:               $52,332.80
OPENING DATE:      12/02/2019
CLOSING DATE:       03/20/2020 11:59 PM

JOB DESCRIPTION:
This position provides law enforcement and public safety services to the public, enforces federal and state laws and local ordinances; maintains order and protects life and property; conducts criminal investigations; performs other public safety related duties.

Essential Job Functions:

  • Patrol assigned districts in a motor vehicle, on foot, or using other methods of transportation; check businesses, stores, homes and other premises for criminal violations, suspicious persons or conditions, fire or other disturbances
  • Apprehend, interview, and make arrests for violations of federal and state laws and local ordinances; escort prisoners to appropriate holding facilities; register and book prisoners, prepare record of arrest and submit detailed reports of investigation made
  • Respond to citizen complaints; control and, when needed, disperse crowds; cooperate with and assist other law enforcement officers, jurisdictions, and agencies
  • Enforce traffic and parking regulations, direct traffic, investigate traffic accidents and obtain information incidental to the event; observe traffic hazards and submit recommendations for their correction; administer first aid in emergency situations
  • Maintain a positive and effective relationship with community groups through periodic meetings, working with social agencies and groups
  • Prepare and maintain field notes; prepare and submit administrative reports, emergency orders of detention; search warrants, and similar legal documents; testify at administrative and court hearings
  • Assist supervisors as required and may act as a supervisor in their absence
  • Attend and satisfactorily complete periodic trainee courses and instructional meetings to develop and maintain skills in the use, care, and safe operation of firearms, motor vehicles, techniques in self-defense, lifesaving, and criminal law updates
  • Make initial and supplementary investigations of crimes in areas such as personal violence, theft, stolen vehicles, missing persons, lost children, and runaways; participate in undercover investigations of narcotics, gambling, vice, civil and criminal disturbances
  • Collect physical evidence and performs crime scene investigation, take photographs, and perform surveillance of persons and places
  • Perform other related work as required

Minimum Education and Experience:

    • Must be 21 years of age and have at least 64 hours of college credit from an accredited college or university
    • Must not have been convicted of a felony or a crime involving moral turpitude, nor have more than 3 moving traffic violations in the past 5 years, nor have in excess of one at fault accident and two moving traffic violations in the past 5 years, nor been convicted of operating or being in actual physical control of a motor vehicle while under the influence of or impaired by alcohol or drugs (i.e. D.U.I., D.W.I., A.P.C., etc), nor been convicted of careless or reckless driving in the past 7 years
    • Must undergo an evaluation similar to the Minnesota Multi-phasic Personality Inventory or its equivalent.
    • Subsequent to a tentative job offer, must submit to and satisfactorily pass a medical examination as allowed by and/or required by federal and state statutes, including a pre-employment drug screen
    • Must attend and satisfactorily complete, within one year of initial employment, the requirements of the Basic Police Academy as required under Oklahoma Statute 70 O.S., Section 3311 (Council on Law Enforcement Education and Training), the Broken Arrow Police Department In-Service Orientation Training, and the Field Training Officer Programs
  • Must have no convictions of a "misdemeanor crime of domestic violence"

­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­NOTICE:  All prospective employees are required to submit to and successfully pass a drug screen in order to be eligible for hire.

Applications may be filed online at:

www.joinbapd.com

If you have questions please contact:
Recruiting Officer Brannon Taylor
1101 N. 6th St
Broken Arrow, OK 74012
918-451-8200 ext. 8516
btaylor@brokenarrowok.gov

                                                                                                                 (1/23/2020)


 

The town of Calumet is accepting applications for Chief of Police

 

Requirements and Qualification:

• High School diploma or GED

• Valid Driver's License

• Driving record acceptable to City insurance carrier

• Must be able to obtain CLEET certification within six months of hire date

• Must be 21 years of age

• Must be United States Citizen

• Have no felony convictions or domestic violence incidents or crimes of moral turpitude

 

 

Applications will be accepted until the positions are filled.

 

For more information, contact Jill Ray (HR Coordinator)

at (405)893-2323 or email calumetclerk@gmail.com

 

                                                                                                                                      (1/16/2020)


 

City of Catossa

 

We will be taking applications for one opening starting April 27th. Requirements are 30 college credit hours, must pass written exam, extensive background investigation, psychological testing where applicable and State Pension physical. Starting pay is $18.04 per hour. Benefits include employee insurance (health, dental, vision and life), education pay and longevity pay (after 3 years of service).

 

Please contact me if you have any questions

 Andrew Wimberley awimberley@cityofcatoosa.org

 

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SCHOOL RESOURCE OFFICER

The Cherokee Police Department is seeking a highly motivated candidate who is eager to make a difference as a School Resource Officer

 

Salary for this position will be between $25,000 and $35,000 (depending on education and experience). Additionally, the City of Cherokee offers a very competitive benefit package (100% covered medical, dental, vision, and life insurance for employee; availability to add dependents to insurance policy; vacation time; sick leave; bereavement leave; and retirement).

 

Minimum Requirements:

Minimum age of twenty-one (21);

Possess a high school diploma or GED;

Possess a valid driver’s license;

No felony/misdemeanor convictions, domestic violence convictions or pending criminal charges;

Successfully complete background investigation;

Pass oral interview board;

Ability to work rotating schedule; and

Successfully complete CLEET training and any department specific training.

 

Preference will be given to applicants who:

Possess a valid Peace Officer certification or are eligible for certification through the Oklahoma Council on Law Enforcement Education & Training (CLEET); and

Applicants with previous experience as school resource officer or who have previous teaching experience.

 

 

If you are interested in becoming the next member of our Police Department,

you may request an application by email at ryan.mcneil@cherokee-ok.us

or pick an application up in person at our City Hall

(112 N Grand Ave, Cherokee, OK) or apply online at indeed.com.

 

Applications will be taken until the position is filled.

Application and all required documents must be submitted to be considered.

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The City Choctaw of 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 CLEET physical standards test Choctaw, Oklahoma

• 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.

 

 

Applications will be accepted until position is filled.

 

The City of Choctaw is an Equal Opportunity Employer

                                                                                                                                                                  (3/20/2020)


 

The Cordell Police Department is now accepting applications to fill two positions

in the patrol division

 

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

  • CLEET certified preferred but not required
  • If Reserve certified, must be able to pass and complete the bridge academy
  • Must relocate to Cordell 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 mora l turpitude or domestic violence
  • No DUI, DWI or reckless driving violation in past 5 years
  • Must submit to MMPI Test
  • Must be able to work in 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 once you've relocated within the city limits
  • Paid vacation and sick leave
  • 80 hour pay period (paid every two weeks)
  • Medical, Dental, and Life insurance provided for the employee
  • Longevity pay

 

Applications may be picked up at the Cordell Police Department Monday-Friday, 8am-4pm located at
105 W. Main
Cordell, Oklahoma 73632
580-832-2121

                                                                                                                                                                     (2/24/2020)


 

The City of Del City is currently accepting applications for police officer positions

 

Minimum Qualifications:

• Ability to communicate effectively

• Valid Oklahoma Driver's License with acceptable driving record.

• High School Diploma or GED

• Ability to pass the State Pension Physical

• Not lass than 21 years of age at the time of appointment.

• Ability to pass a psychological evaluation

 

Certified applicants preferred

 

This is a full time position with an excellent benefit package:

• Starting pay is $35,547.20 per year and $44,699.20 after completing probation

• Family Health Insurance including; medical, dental, vision, and life insurance

• College Incentive Pay

• Uniform Allowance

• Shift Differential

• Vacation Leave & Sick Leave

• Longevity Pay

• Participating in the Oklahoma Police Pension System

• Eligible for a Take Home Vehicle, if you reside within 13 miles of city limits after completing probation.

 

 

For more information contact Lt. Chauncey Ward at 405-671-8855 or apply

online at www.cityofdelcity.org   

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The City of Del City is currently accepting applications for 911 Dispatcher

 

This is a full time position with an excellent benefit package which includes: retirement,health/dental/vision, sick leave, holiday and vacation leave. Annual starting salary for this position is $33,155.20.

 

Minimum Qualifications:

High School Diploma or GED

Must be 18 years or older

Ability to pass psychological evaluation

Ability to pass basic knowledge test

Ability to be certified as a Jailer and OLETS Operator with first year

 

Interested applicants may apply on line at www.cityofdelcity.org

or pick up an application at City Hall 3701 SE 15th Del City, OK 73115 

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The Disney Police is taking applications for Reserve Officer

 

Pickup applications at 322 West Main in Disney, OK. 74340

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Campus Police Officer

Southeastern Oklahoma State University’s Campus Police and Safety invites
applications for the positions of Campus Police Officer

SUMMARY

Employees of this classification are responsible for patrol and other related police functions, as well as safety and security functions. Work is performed in accordance with established Southeastern University Policies and Procedures, Southeastern University Department of Campus Police and Safety Policies and Procedures and directions received orally and/or in writing from the Chief of Police, Captain or other designated authority who reviews the work through observation and a review of the work results.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

The following is an outline of the basic job responsibilities.  However, this listing is not meant to be all inclusive.  Basic job responsibilities and duties can be changed or expanded orally and/or in writing by a ranking officer with the approval of the Chief of Police.

  • Enforce all Federal, State, County and Municipal Codes, Statutes or Ordinances, and arrest offenders of same if the situation warrants such action.
  • Enforce all Southeastern University Rules and Regulations referred to them for enforcement.
  • Protect life and property against criminal attack and to preserve the peace.
  • Provide protection against any harmful acts, both willful and inadvertent, whether of a criminal or non-criminal basis.
  • The enforcement of all traffic and parking regulations on and around Southeastern Oklahoma State University within the guidelines of the State Laws, City Ordinances and University traffic and parking regulations in order to prevent accidents, decrease traffic congestion and insure the safety of all persons within the campus environment.
  • Patrol the campus by vehicle and foot in order to protect and guard all persons, grounds, buildings and equipment from harm, damage or destruction by others.
  • Cooperate with all local law enforcement agencies.
  • Investigate all criminal acts, process the recovery of stolen property, write reports on all incidents and make follow-up reports as required.  Prepare case records for presentation to appropriate court for filing of charges and testify as required.  Make original and follow-up investigations of all motor vehicle accidents and testify in criminal court as required.
  • Handle all emergencies, disorders, and special University events and keep the Chief of Police, Captain, and on-duty supervisors informed of all important matters.
  • Inform the Chief of Police, Captain, and the on-duty supervisor of all arrests as soon as practical.
  • Provide public service to all persons on campus; giving information, directions, assistance and comfort to those in distress.
  • Assume the duties of Desk Officer, maintain radio communication logs, building logs, telephone and other duties that may be assigned by a superior officer.
  • To be called out, if not on duty, in times of emergency or when other situations arise that additional help is needed.
  • Any additional police duties that may be required by the Chief of Police.

 

ADDITIONAL PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES (FUNCTIONS, DUTIES)

  1. Attendance and Dependability: The employee can be depended upon to report to the assigned duty station at the scheduled time. Employee can be depended upon to complete work in a timely, accurate, and thorough manner and is conscientious, about assignments.
  2. Communication and Contact: The employee communicates effectively and professionally both verbally and in writing with superiors, colleagues, and individuals inside and outside of the University.
  3. Relationships with Others: The employee works effectively and relates well with others including superiors, colleagues, and individuals inside and outside the University. The employee exhibits a professional manner in dealing with others and works to maintain constructive working environment.
  4. Safety: Employee works safely, attends safety training offered/required, and follows appropriate safety rules and regulations. In relation to level of NIMs training completed, participates in incident management preparation and performs incident duties as assigned.

 

MINIMUM EDUCATION, TRAINING, AND EXPERIENCE

REQUIRED:

High School Diploma or equivalent.  CLEET certification within six (6) months of hire. Other minimum qualification requirements established by Oklahoma State Statues, Title 70-3311

PREFERRED:  

Full Time CLEET Certification

Salary will be $36,598 and this position is eligible for paid overtime hours. Employment is contingent upon the results of a national criminal and sex offender background check. Review of applications begins immediately, and the position will remain open until filled. Candidates must be eligible to work in the United States.

To apply send an https://www.se.edu/human-resources/staff-positions/, letter of interest, resume, and unofficial transcripts or e-copies from each institution of higher education attended and other certifications held, if applicable (If selected, official transcripts from each degree-granting institution will be required upon date of hire).

 

Southeastern Oklahoma State University
Human Resources, Administration Building 309
425 W. University Blvd.
Durant, OK 74701

Email to hr@se.edu. SE participates in E-Verify. www.se.edu
SE is an AA/EEO employer committed to multicultural diversity.

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Bryan County Jail

Durant, OK.

 

The Bryan County Jail is an adult housing for inmates of all classifications – minimum, medium, maximum security, both male and females.

 

The Bryan County Jail has opportunities for individuals to join our team as well as advance in Supervisory positions when available, you will also have the chance to join the Sheriff’s Office Reserve team.

 

You must be 18 years of age have a High School Diploma or GED, must be able to pass criminal background and Drug Screen. Experience is a plus but not needed – will provide on the job training.

 

Full Benefit Package: Retirement, Insurance, Earned Sick and Vacation hours, Start out is $17.17/hour ($2,970.00 monthly before taxes).

 

Your responsibilities will include:

Safe and humane management of Prisoners/Apply rules in a consistent and fair manner/Monitoring the integrity of the perimeter, locks, ventilation, ect./Restraining inmates when necessary/ Recognizing volatile situations and defusing when neccessary.

 

You must possess:

Willingness to work /Excellent communication skills/Willingness to work in high-risk situations and an emergency enviroment/Ability to work under pressure, independently and within a tight-knit team/Capacity to deal with hostility or threats.

 

PICK UP APPLICATION AT THE BRYAN COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE

 Located at 402 W. Evergreen Durant, Ok 74701

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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://www.paycomonline.net/v4/ats/web.php/jobs/ViewJobDetails?job=14162&clientkey=05027ACF42B26FF3DD70CE4664A18E9F

                                                                                                                                                               (3/2/2020)


 

Enid Public Schools

Campus Police Officer

 

Applicants must apply at www.enidpublicschools.org

 

Contact information:

Amy McBroom

ammcbroom@enidk12.org

580.366.7016


205-day contract

Starting Pay, $18.66 per hour

7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Paid health insurance for employee

Oklahoma Teacher Retirement (optional enrollment)

 

QUALIFICATIONS

• Must possess a valid Oklahoma driver’s license

• Must be at least 21 years of age

• Must have a high school diploma or GED

• Cleet certification preferred or willingness to become Cleet certified

• No felony convictions

• No convictions for crimes of moral turpitude or domestic violence

• Must not have had a DUI, DWI or reckless driving violation within last 5 years

• Must pass background check

• Must be able to complete the Field Training Officer Program

• Have high principles, ethics and moral character

• Have excellent communication skills

• Must be able to work in a school setting

• Must qualify yearly with duty weapon

 

REPORTS TO:   Enid Public Schools Police Department Chief

 

SUPERVISES:   N/A

 

JOB OVERVIEW:   Campus Police Officers are responsible for the protection of all life and property on all Enid Public School District properties, using community-based policing to ensure the safety and cooperation of the entire campus. This approach involves developing and maintaining positive relationships with students, faculty and staff members.

 

ESSENTIAL DUTIES

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 violations of city ordinances or state statues have occured.

• Render aid to accident victims and other persons requiring first aid for physical injuries.

• Investigate on-campus traffic accidents.

• Cooperate with other law enforcement agenices.

• Perform other duties as directed by superiors.

 

RESPONSIBILITIES & POWERS

Campus police officers have the power to perform general police duties, such as deterring and preventing unlawful behavior, issuing citations, serving warrants, apprehending offenders, making arrests, preserving crime scenes, investigating crimes, conducting surveillance, and testifying in court. Campus police officers have the authority to carry and use firearms to perform their duties.

 

Campus police officers patrol buildings, grounds, and facilities, and look out for criminal and suspicious activity as well as for violations of laws, regulations, policies, and rules. They also watch for unusual conditions as well as for signs of fire and safety hazards. As part of their police duty, these law enforcement officers respond to a wide range of requests for service from students, faculty, and others on campus. The requests may be about criminal or noncriminal matters.

 

An essential aspect of their job is writing accurate and detailed reports of their activities. For example, Campus police officers are responsible for completing incident reports, and investigative reports. These officers also maintain records and files about incidents, criminal records, and lost and found items.

 

TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT: 11-Month Contract – Non-Certified – Non-Exempt

 

WORK ENVIRONMENT: The work of a police officer is risky by its very nature. While most of the work includes developing positive relationships with students, law enforcement officials may face threatening situations when responding to school safety concerns. Duties occur inside and outside of the school, and also include coverage of some evening extracurricular activities.

 

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:  While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to talk and hear. This position is very active and requires standing, walking, bending, kneeling, stooping, crouching, crawling and climbing. The employee must frequently lift and move items over 50 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception and ability to adjust focus. 

 

EVALUATION:  In accordance with Board Policy and appropriate procedural regulations.  The Superintendent or designee will be responsible for completing the evaluation.

 

SALARY RANGE:  $18.66 per hour

 

BENEFITS:  This position includes health insurance for the employee that may be waived for additional salary, if preferred.

 

The Responsibilities and Physical Requirements listed above represent a summary of the essential functions of the job, which the incumbent must be able to perform either with or without reasonable accommodation.  This job description does not necessarily include all activities that the incumbent may be asked to perform.  Additional responsibilities, tasks, and other duties may be assigned as needed.  As an equal opportunity employer, Enid Public Schools will make reasonable accommodations to enable individuals with disabilities the ability to perform their job duties/functions.


                                                                                                                                    (2/10/2020)


 

 The GCSO is accepting applications for the position of Deputy Sheriff

 

Garfield County is a progressive agency and one of the faster growing counties in Northwest Oklahoma, with a population nearing 62,000 people. Deputies are provided with uniforms, cell phone, take home vehicles, rifles/shotguns and other equipment. The Office has an excellent record of providing in-service and outside training for all staff.

 

Requirements:

• Must be at least 21 years of age

• Must be able to pass a criminal background check. No one may apply who has been convicted of a felony or crime of moral turpitude. Must have a strong ethical standard.

• Must be in good physical health and pass a drug screening

• Must be full time CLEET certified peace officer, in good standing

• Must be able to work nights, weekends and holidays, subject to on-calls several times a month

• Ability to work 12-hour or more shifts

• Must live in Garfield County

 

Salary $3721.50 a month, for the first six months, then $3773.75 a month afterwards. Deputies work various divisions from courts/transports, civil, patrol and investigations. Benefits: Paid insurance for the employee, paid sick leave, paid vacation, paid holidays, OPERS retirement, deferred compensation option.

 

 

For more information, and how to apply come by

Garfield County Sheriff's Office

216 W. Oxford

Enid, Oklahoma

Or Email rasch@garfieldok.com

 

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The Enid Police Department is accepting applications for full-time police officer

 

The City of Enid is the largest city in NW Oklahoma. The Department offers an excellent work environment, modern equipment, wide variety of specialty divisions and training opportunities. The Department offers a competitive salary with a sign-on bonus for certified officers.

 

Basic Requirements:

• Must be a citizen of the United States

• Must be between 21 and 45 years old

• Must have high school diploma or GED

• Must possess a valid Oklahoma driver’s license

• No felony convictions, serious misdemeanors convictions, domestic violence convictions

• Must be of good moral character

 

Benefits

• Competitive salary (range:$2,850.00 - $4,688.42)

• Insurance (health, dental, vision, and life) FLEX medical plan option,

• 20 year retirement in the Oklahoma Police

 

Pension system

• Thirteen tier step raise system

• Comp-time bank option

• Education pay, shift differential pay, assignment pay, longevity pay, fitness incentive pay/leave, tuition reimbursement plan, linguistic pay

• Sick leave, family sick leave, vacation leave, holiday leave/pay, personal leave, military leave, bereavement leave

• All uniforms, equipment and firearms provided

• Annual uniform/equipment supplement

• 4 days on, 3 days off work schedule

• End of shift on-duty fitness workout option (if staffing and call volume allow)

• Take home vehicle program

 

 

Applications are available on-line at www.enid.org.

Go to www.enid.org and at the bottom of the page click on "apply for a job"

and scroll down and click on "police officer" to access the on-line application.

Application hiring cycle will close on May 1st, 2020.

 

Questions can be directed to  Captain Gary Fuxa at gfuxa@enid.org or 580-616-7055.

 

The City of Enid is an Equal Opportunity Employer

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Erick, Oklahoma

Police Chief

 

Job Title: Police Chief

Starting salary: $18.00 hourly, bi-weekly pay

Job type: Full-time

Location: Erick, Oklahoma

Education: State certified, High School diploma or GED

 

Classification: Safety sensitive position

 

Requirements:

• Valid Oklahoma state drivers license.

• Must not have had a DUI, DWI or reckless driving violation within the last 5 years.

• No felony convictions.

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

• Must be CLEET certified and maintain certification.

• Must be at least 21 years of age at the date of hire.

• Must be able to pass all MMPI and POSSE test in accordance with CLEET standards.

• Must be eligible to work in the United States.

• Must have strong communication skills, both verbally and written.

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

• Must reside within 20 minutes of the City of Erick.

• If military service, must have Honorable discharge.

• Must pass background check and pre-employment drug screening.

• Must pass fingerprint clearance.

• Must be able to work in the small town atmosphere.

• Must be able to work various hours, weekdays/weekends and holidays.

• Must be able to attend court once monthly.

 

Benefits include:

• Paid medical, dental and vision insurance for employee and family beginning the first day of the month prior to 90-day probationary period.

• $15,000 life insurance on employee which begins the first day of the month after 90-day probationary period.

• Oklahoma Municipal Retirement Fund.

• 12 paid holidays per year.

• Paid sick leave.

• Paid vacation leave based on length of employment.

 

 

For more information or to obtain an application and full job description,

please contact Megan Wreyford, City Clerk at 580-526-3924

or by email at erick@dobsonteleco.com.

                                                                                                                                                                   (2/20/2020)


 

The City of Eufaula, Oklahoma Police Department
  The City of Eufaula is currently accepting applications for the position of Police Office

 

Our community sits on the shore of Lake Eufaula, the largest lake in the State. If you are interested in the prospect of becoming a career Police Officer, a person who truly enjoys outdoor activities such as boating, hunting, fishing, trail ridding or just relaxing outdoors, then Eufaula is the place to start your career. Our summers are extremely active and busy, and our winters are, for the most part, quiet and relaxing, the perfect time for training.
 
Minimum Requirements
Must be a U.S. citizen Posses a valid drivers license Be between the ages of 21 and 45 High School diploma or GED No felony convictions No convictions for domestic violence or crimes of moral turpitude Able to pass a psychological evaluation Able to pass the Oklahoma Police Pension physical Must successfully complete the departments physical agilities course Must successfully complete the departments Field Training Officer program  Must successfully complete the State Basic Police Academy Pass the OSBI and FBI fingerprint background investigation Pass an in-depth background investigation conducted by department personnel Willing to work rotating shifts, holidays and weekends Have excellent personal communication skills Successfully pass a written exam Have basic computer skills Complete interviews with an interview board, the Police Chief and City Manager Must have a strong desire to serve people
 
Duties
Conduct community outreach programs Daily patrol activities Protect the public through service and enforcement of Municipal Ordinances and State Statute Conduct criminal investigations Provide courtroom security Investigate traffic accidents and properly complete accident reports Serve arrest warrants and search warrants Assist and aid citizens with physical and/or mental disabilities Generate reports that accurately depict and articulate law enforcement activity Interact with other Municipal, County, State, and Federal Agencies

 

Benefits
Starting Pay - Non-CLEET Certified: Approx. $26,000/year, CLEET Certified: Approx. $28,500 Step-Increase Pay Plan Complete insurance to include medical, dental, and vision paid by employer Paid vacation Sick leave Family leave Monthly uniform allowance Take home patrol vehicle (must live within ten (10) miles of City limits Longevity pay Advanced education incentives Advanced certification incentives


 
Applications may be at City Hall, 17 Hospital Dr., Eufaula, OK 74432

or on the City website at www.CityofEufaulaOK.com

Position open until filled.
 
The City of Eufaula is an EOE

 

                                                                                                                                                                       (2/13/2020)                


                                                                             

 The City of Fort Cobb Police Department is accepting applications/resumes

for a future full-time position

 

Fort Cobb is locate 14 miles west of Anadarko and 80 miles southwest of OKC. Fort Cobb has a population of near 650. Also 4 miles away is Fort Cobb Lake. Salary to be discussed with council. Benefits provided as well.

 

Requirements and Qualification:

• High School diploma or GED

• Valid Oklahoma State Driver's License

• Driving record acceptable to City insurance carrier

• 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

• C.L.E.E.T Certification is required

 

*May be designated as School Resource Officer*

 

 

For questions or to apply send resumes to Chief Taylor at fortcobb1@yahoo.com,

call at 405-668-2252 or come by the police department.

 

                                                                                                                                                                         (2/3/2020)


 

The City of Fort Cobb is accepting applications/resumes for

part-time/Reserve certified Police Officers (2)

 

 

Fort Cobb is located 14 miles west of Anadarko and 80 miles southwest of OKC. Fort Cobb has a population of near 650. Also 4 miles away is Fort Cobb Lake.

 

Requirements and Qualification:

• High School diploma or GED

• Valid Oklahoma State Driver's License

• Driving record acceptable to City insurance carrier

• 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

• Must be able to work a minimum of 16 hours per month for reserve. Will discuss part-time options and pay for part-time.

• C.L.E.E.T Certification is required

 

 

For questions or to apply send resumes to Chief Taylor at fortcobb1@yahoo.com,

call at 405-668-2252 or come by the police department.  

 

                                                                                                                                                                      (2/3/2020)


 

 Fort Oakland Police Department

 Tonkawa Tribe of Oklahoma

 The Fort Oakland Police Department is accepting applications for the position of Patrol Officer

 

The Fort Oakland Police Department is a 6 Officer Department for the Tonkawa Indian Tribe of Oklahoma.  Located in Kay County in North Central Oklahoma.  Located 2 miles East of the City of Tonkawa, and 15 miles west of the City of Ponca City. 

 

Job Description:

Patrol Officer responsible for enforcing Tribal, State and Federal law on property owned by the Tonkawa Tribe of Oklahoma.

 

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 and photographing crime scenes. Prepare a detailed report of the investigation, and maintain records and case files of all evidence and information acquired. 

 

Qualification:

• Must be a citizen of the United States

• Must be CLEET/BIA certified.

• We are also accepting applications from individuals who are Reserve Officer Certified.

• Applicants must pass extensive background investigation, psychological test, and drug screen.

• 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.

 

Benefits:

• $16.80 per hour starting wage

• Insurance (Health, Dental, Prescription)

• Uniforms and equipment provided

• Vacation Leave

• Sick Leave

• Take home car provided

 

Applications are available at the Fort Oakland Police Department #1 Buffalo Road

Tonkawa, Oklahoma 74653 or by email, cstoddard@tonkawatribe.com.

 

For more information please contact Chief Carl Stoddard at 580-628-2337

or cstoddard@tonkawatribe.com

 

Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

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CITY OF GARBER
PO BOX 607
GARBER, OK. 73738
580-863-2254

 THE CITY OF  GARBER IS ACCEPTING RESUMES FOR THE POSITION OF CHIEF OF POLICE

 

 

• MUST BE A RESIDENT OF THE STATE OF OKLAHOMA AND  WILLING TO RELOCATE TO GARBER OR WITHIN 25 MILES.
• MUST POSSESS A HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA OR GED.
• MUST BE CLEET CERTIFIED.
• MUST PASS MMPI, BACKGROUND CHECK AND DRUG SCREEN.
• MUST NOT HAVE BEEN CONVICTED OF A FELONY OR A MISDEMEANOR OF MORAL TURPITUDE OR HAVE PENDING CRIMINAL ACTIONS.
• MUST BE COMFORTABLE WORKING IN A SMALL COMMUNITY AND WILLING TO WORK WEEKENDS.
• STARTING PAY IS DEPENDENT ON EXPERIENCE.       

THE CITY OF GARBER PROVIDES HEALTH, DENTAL, VISION AND LIFE INSURANCE. WE ALSO PARTICIPATE IN THE OKLAHOMA MUNICIPAL RETIREMENT FUND.

POSSIBLE EXTRA INCOME AT GARBER SCHOOLS AS A SCHOOL RESOURCE OFFICER.

 

APPLICANTS MAY EMAIL THEIR RESUME TO
garbertreas@pldi.net

                                                                                                                                                                           (2/18/2020)


 

The City of Glenpool is currently accepting applications for two open Police Officer positions for the Glenpool Police Department

 

We are looking for the best and brightest career-oriented individuals, those who have the aptitude and sense of commitment to help their community, and who want to make a difference in their own life and the lives of others.

 

If you are interested in doing fulfilling work, earning a great income with benefits, and being a guardian of your community, then apply with us.

 

Successful Applicants must be between the ages of 21 and 45, have a high school diploma or equivalent, have a valid driver’s license, no felony convictions and must successfully pass a background check, psychological testing, physical agility test, and drug/alcohol testing.

 

Benefits:

• Insurance (health, dental, vision, life)

• 20-year retirement through State Pension System

• 5-day work week

• Uniform Allowance

• Vacation Leave

• Sick Leave

• 12 Paid Holidays

• Availability of Overtime

 

You may apply online at any location with Internet access, including your mobile device.  We no longer accept paper applications; your electronic application is required to be considered for any employment opportunities for the City of Glenpool.  Resumes may be uploaded electronically in addition to the application and assessment questions.

 

 

A complete job description and the online employment application can be found on the

city’s website at https://ok-glenpool.civicplushrms.com/careers/

 

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Granite PD is hiring part time officers

 

CLEET certified a must.

 

Contact Chief Frank Bone

 560.535.2177

 or email  gpd2177@att.net

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

 

Minimum Requirements:

  • Must be a United States Citizen
  • Must be between the age of 21-45
  • Must have a high school diploma or GED
  • Valid Driver's License
  • No felony convictions or serious misdemeanors
  • Good physical condition
  • Good moral character
  • CLEET certification and /or college preferred

 

Benefits Include:

  • Competitive salary 30,088-47,042
  • Insurance (health, dental, vision)
  • 20 year retirement program and pension fund 
  • Four days on, three days off work week
  • Uniform/Equipment allowance
  • Vacation leave 
  • Sick leave 
  • Holiday leave 
  • Take home car program (must live within 20 mile radius)
  • Education Tuition assistance

 

Applications for this position are continuously being accepted and the packet is

available on our website www.cityofgroveok.gov.

 

Contact Major Dan Hinman dhinman@grovepolice.com  with Grove Police Department

with any questions. 

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The City of Harrah is always accepting applications for Reserve Officer

 

Reserve Officer is a non-paying position within the Police Department.  If you are interested in applying for Reserve Officer, Applicant 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

•             Reserve CLEET certified preferred

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

 

Required documents to be submitted:

•             Application

•             Signed copy of Job Description

•             Criminal History Record-Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation (OSBI)

•             Driving Record

•             Personal History Statement

 

 

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. 

If all documents are not included, application will not be accepted.

 

Please visit city website at www.cityofharrah.com for application, job description,

and personal history statement.

 

Applications will be accepted until position is filled.

The City of Harrah is a Drug Free EOE.

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 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

•             CLEET certified preferred

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

 

Required documents to be submitted:

•             Application

•             signed copy of Job Description

•             Criminal History Record-Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation (OSBI)

•             Driving Record

•             Personal History Statement

 

 

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. 

If all documents are not included, application will not be accepted.

 

Please visit city website at www.cityofharrah.com  for application, job description, personal history statement and FOP contract which includes pay structure and benefits.    

 

Applications will be accepted until position is filled.

The City of Harrah is a Drug Free EOE.

 

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 The Haskell 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 Shift Supervisor.

 

The Haskell Police Department provides uniforms, equipment.

 

Starting pay for Uncertified Officers is $14.36 an hour.  Starting pay for Certified Officers is dependent on experience, but a minimum of $16.13 an hour.  Additional pay incentives are also available for collateral duties, evidence custodian, K-9, etc.

 

Benefits Include:

• Medical, Dental, Vision Insurance

• State Pension OPPRS

• Vacation, Sick Leave, Comp Time

 

State of Oklahoma Requirements:

• Valid Oklahoma State Driver's License

• Driving record acceptable to City insurance carrier

• Reside within 30 miles of Haskell

• 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

•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.

•Candidate must pass the FTO program.

•Highly principled ethics and moral character.

•Sound judgment and ability to think quickly.

•Must pass thorough background check.

•Must pass fingerprint clearance.

•Must pass pre employment drug screening.

 

 

Preliminary applications can be found at www.townofhaskell.org.

 

Application must be filled out in full, be legible,

signed and dated, and mailed or brought in to:

Haskell Police Department

PO Box 9 / 109 S Broadway

Haskell, Oklahoma, 74436

 

Applications can also be emailed to Chief Michael Keene at Mkeene@townofhaskell.org

 

Questions about posting can be answered by calling 918-482-3933 ext. 2

 

Monday thru Friday from 0900-1500 or emailed to the above e-mail address.  

The Town of Haskell is an Equal Opportunity Provider and employer.

 

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Hominy Police Department, Hominy Oklahoma

  The Hominy Police Department is accepting applications

 for the position of full time Police Officer

 

The starting hourly rate of pay is $13.00 an hour for a uncertified recruit. Once CLEET certification is complete hourly rate increases to $14.00 with possibility for annual raises. CLEET Certification or equivalent is preferred but not necessary.

 

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

•                   Must pass extensive background check

•                  No Felony convictions

•                  No crimes of moral turpitude

•                  No Misdemeanors within the last 5 years

•                  No DUI convictions

•                  No Domestic Violence convictions

 

Benefits Include:

•             Insurance (Health, Vision, Dental)

•             Oklahoma Police Pension & Retirement

•             Vacation leave

•             Sick leave

•             Holiday leave

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

 

 

For more information, or to email a resume contact Chief Matthew Foster at 918-885-4545 or matthewfoster@cityofhominy.com

 

Pick up applications at:

Hominy Police Department

201 N. Regan Ave

Hominy, OK 74035

 

The City of Hominy is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

                                                                                                                                                                         (2/12/2020)


 

 Delaware County Sheriff Office

 The Delaware County Sheriff’s Office is seeking qualified applicants for the

position of Deputy Sheriff

 

Sheriff Deputies must be self-motivated, require minimal supervision, believe in an organizational culture that fosters teamwork, and promotes high standards of honesty, integrity and fairness. They must be willing to compassionately serve and courageously protect.

 

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

•             CLEET, POST, or COPS certified.

•             Reserve certified will be considered but must be able to complete and pass a CLEET Bridge Academy.

•             Must be 21 years or older.

•             Be a U.S. Citizen.

•             Must have or be able to obtain a valid Oklahoma State Driver’s License.

•             Must have a high school diploma or GED certificate.

•             Have no felony or misdemeanor convictions involving crimes of moral turpitude.

•             Must pass MMPI.

•             Must pass comprehensive background investigation.

•             Have no criminal charges pending.

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

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

•             Must pass a drug screening test.

•             Must pass a polygraph examination.

•             All Probationary Deputies must successfully complete DCSO Field Training Program.

 

The qualified Applicant needs to possess

•             Excellent public relation skills.

•             Ability to act decisively and without direct supervision in varying situations, including situations involving an element of personal danger.

•             Excellent writing, presentation and interpersonal communication skills.

•             Knowledge of and ability to use specialized police equipment, techniques and instruments, including firearms, tasers, radar and cameras.

•             Ability to comprehend and implement policies and procedures.

 

•             Ability to maintain a degree of fitness that allows participation in stressful, physically demanding, and/or confrontational situations (e.g., ability to occasionally stand and/or walk for long periods without breaks and in various weather conditions, ability to lift and/or push heavy objects, basic motor skills sufficient to perform essential duties, ability to remain aware and alert while performing duties, ability to maintain surveillance and/or stakeouts, vision correctable to 20/20, hearing within normal tolerances (or correctable).

•             Skill and ability to use general office equipment, including computers and related software.

•             Ability to work varying shifts/schedules.

•             Ability to qualify with a duty pistol on a shooting range under CLEET guidelines with DCSO standards with a qualifying score of 80% with 100% round accountability on paper.

 

Benefits and Salary Include

•             Experience based compensation with minimum starting salary of $2350/month plus benefits

•             Opportunities for paid overtime

•             Uniforms and equipment provided

•             Generous Paid Vacation

•             Sick leave

•             Paid Holiday’s

•             Military leave

•             Take home car program

•             Oklahoma Public Employees Retirement System (OPERS).

 

Please visit https://delaware.okcounties.org/jobs to download an application.

Applications and Resumés may be returned to:

 

Delaware County Sheriff’s Administration Office (320 S. 5th Street, Jay)

Or, by mail to: Po Box 476 Jay, Ok 74346

 

Any false or untrue statements or material omissions in the application process and related paperwork or during the selection process will disqualify any applicant from consideration.

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 Delaware County Sheriff Office

 The Delaware County Sheriff’s Office is seeking qualified applicants for the position of

  Reserve Deputy Sheriff

 

Sheriff Deputies must be self-motivated, require minimal supervision, believe in an organizational culture that fosters teamwork, and promotes high standards of honesty, integrity and fairness. They must be willing to compassionately serve and courageously protect.

 

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

•             CLEET Reserve Officer certified.

(Applicants who are not certified may still apply and be interviewed. If selected, the applicant will attend the next available Reserve Officer CLEET Academy located in the Northeast Region)

•             Current certification in good standing preferred.

•             Must be 21 years or older.

•             Be a U.S. Citizen.

•             Must have or be able to obtain a valid Oklahoma State Driver’s License.

•             Must have a high school diploma or GED certificate.

•             Have no felony or misdemeanor convictions involving crimes of moral turpitude.

•             Must pass MMPI.

•             Must pass comprehensive background investigation.

•             Have no criminal charges pending. .

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

•             Must pass a drug screening test.

 

The qualified Applicant needs to possess

•             Excellent public relation skills.

•             Ability to act decisively and with direct supervision in varying situations, including situations involving an element of personal danger.

•             Excellent writing, presentation and interpersonal communication skills.

•             Ability to read and comprehend policies and procedures.

•             Ability to maintain a degree of fitness that allows participation in stressful, physically demanding, and/or confrontational situations (e.g., ability to occasionally stand and/or walk for long periods without breaks and in various weather conditions, ability to lift and/or push heavy objects, basic motor skills sufficient to perform essential duties, ability to remain aware and alert while performing duties, ability to maintain surveillance and/or stakeouts, vision correctable to 20/20, hearing within normal tolerances (or correctable).

•             Skill and ability to use general office equipment, including computers and related software.

•             Ability to work varying shifts/schedules.

•             Ability to qualify with a duty pistol on a shooting range under CLEET guidelines with DCSO standards with a qualifying score of 80% with 100% round accountability on paper.

•             Must own a cell phone.

 

Uniforms and some equipment provided

 

 

Please visit

  https://delaware.okcounties.org/jobs

  to download an application.

 

Applications and Resumés may be returned to:

 Delaware County Sheriff’s Administration Office (320 S. 5th Street, Jay)

 Or, by mail to: Po Box 476 Jay, Ok 74346

 

Any false or untrue statements or material omissions in the application process and related paperwork or during the selection process will disqualify any applicant from consideration.

 

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City of Jenks, Jenks Police Department 

The City of Jenks is Seeking Applicants for the Position of Police Officer

Position: Police Officer 

Starting salary: $40,580

Closing Date: 04/15/2020

 

The Jenks Police Department is looking for outstanding citizens to be dedicated and motivated public safety servants. The ideal candidate is a person who is committed to public service and making a positive impact on the community.

As a Jenks Police Officer, you will respond to emergency and non-emergency calls for service and promote public safety. You will be a proactive member of our department, engaging in community-oriented policing, traffic enforcement, and on occasion, special detail.


Selection Process
Applicants must successfully complete the following steps in the hiring process before being hired as a Jenks Police Recruit:

  • Application Review
  • Background Investigation
  • Interview Process
  • Psychological Evaluation
  • Drug Screen
  • Medical Examination
  • Written Exam
  • Physical Agility Test

 

The City of Jenks

The City of Jenks is a family-friendly community with a population of approximately 23,000. The 18-square mile city is a great place for families, working professionals, and growing businesses. Residents often choose Jenks for the hometown environment and high quality of living. Jenks has been consistently recognized as one of the best places to live in the nation and one of the fastest growing cities in Oklahoma.

 

The Jenks Police Department

The Jenks Police Department has an excellent reputation within the community and throughout the region, with a crime rate among the lowest in Oklahoma. The Jenks Police Department embraces community policing and upholds a strong customer service attitude. The Jenks Police Department currently has 25 full-time police officers, 11 part-time police officers, and 15 civilian staff members.

 

Preferred Experience

  • Law enforcement experience, military experience, and/or college education preferred, but not required.

 

Requirements

  • Must be a high school graduate or have a G.E.D
  • U.S. Citizen
  • 21-45 years of age or already on the Oklahoma Police Officer Pension
  • Must certify that she/he is physically able to fully participate in and complete all phases of the CLEET Basic Peace Officer Certification Academy as mandated in CLEET rules
  • Must pass a health examination, psychological evaluation, and drug screen
  • Must pass a written general knowledge exam - CLEET Mandated
  • Must pass a background investigation
  • Must be willing and able to work mornings, evenings, overnights, weekends, and holidays
  • No felony convictions
  • No conviction for domestic assault
  • No conviction for a crime of moral turpitude
  • Must have a valid driver license

 

Pay and Benefits:

  • Starting salary - $40,580.80 ($19.51/hr.)
  • Incentive, education, and longevity pay
  • Tuition reimbursement - $2,500 per year
  • 100% paid employee health care
  • 20-year retirement available
  • Vacation leave, sick leave, and holiday leave

 

 

To apply or request more information, please follow the link JPD Hiring 

Applications available at the Jenks Police Department located at 510 W. A Street Jenks, Ok
or contact a recruiter at jpdselection@jenksok.org

The City of Jenks is an Equal Opportunity Employer

 

                                                                                                                              (Remove 4/16/2020)

 

KREBS POLICE DEPARTMENT

 The City of Krebs is taking applications for a full time police officer

 

Must be able to pass a physical fitness test, written exam, oral board, MMPI, drug test, and criminal background investigation.  Must be at least 21 years of age and be CLEET certified.

 

Competitive benefit package includes paid health/dental/vision/life insurances; paid holidays, vacation, and sick time; retirement; uniforms and equipment; and duty weapons.

 

Must be willing to work any shift and special assignment, as needed, which will include holidays and weekends.

 

For more information or to request an application, contact the police department between 8am-5pm, Monday through Friday at 918-423-2421 or by email at krebspd74554@hotmail.com

 

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The Town of Langley will be accepting applications for Chief of Police

 

Received until 5:00 p.m., March 13, 2020.

Must be full-time Oklahoma CLEET certified.

 

Applications will be available at www.langleyok.org or can be picked up at City Hall.

Please contact City Hall at 918-782-9850 for any questions.

Applications may be dropped off at Langley City Hall, 324 W. Osage, Langley,

or mailed to Attn: Laura Holden, P.O. Box 760, Langley, Ok. 74350.

The Town of Langley is an equal opportunity employer.

                                                                                                              (1/6/2020)


 

Marietta Police Department is seeking a full time School Resource Officer

 

Job Title:       School Resource Officer

Salary:          Base pay starting at $15.39/hour (paid bi-weekly) and include benefits

Job Type:       Full-time

Location:        Marietta Public Schools

Education:      State Certified High School diploma or GED

 

Minimum Qualifications:

•             Applicants must have a valid Oklahoma State Driver’s License

•             Applicants must have a High School diploma or GED

•             Applicants must be at least 21 years of age

•             If military service, must have Honorable discharge

•             Have no felony convictions or domestic violence incidents

•             Must be good with children of all ages

•             Applicants must live within 30 minutes of Marietta City Limits or able to move within

60 days of hire

•             Applicants must be able to obtain CLEET certification with 1 year of hire

•             Applicants must be certified by NASRO within 1 year of hire

 

*Preference to applicants who are CLEET certified, NASRO certified, or have experience in an           educational setting.

 

 

Applications may be picked up in person at 101 W. Main, Marietta Oklahoma 73448

or requested by email at support@mariettaok.city

 

Applications may be returned in person or emailed to bharris@mariettaok.city

 

Questions about posting can be submitted to the email address above or by calling 580-276-9371

The City of Marietta is an Equal Opportunity Provider and Employer.


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CITY OF MCALESTER
NOTICE OF JOB POSTING
JOB TITLE:  POLICE RECRUIT

 

POSITION SUMMARY:

Police recruit is a non-exempt entry-level law enforcement officer in the Police Department, who is a probationary employee in the process of obtaining the necessary skills through training and on-the-job experience to become a Police Officer.

 

Applicants must be at least 21 and not more than 45 years of age.  Must possess or be able to obtain a valid Oklahoma Driver’s License.  Must possess an excellent history of personal conduct, behavior and employment.

 

CLEET CERTIFIED PREFERRED

 

Persons wishing to obtain further information on this position may come to the HR Office, at the City of McAlester located on first floor.

 

OPENING DATE:  TUESDAY, JANUARY 14, 2020

CLOSING DATE: UNTIL FILLED

 

ALL APPLICANTS MUST MEET MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS.

The City of McAlester is an EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER.

 

To print an application online, visit

www.cityofmcalester.com  and go to

the “Jobs” link (left side of page)

 

To pick up an application, go to the

City of McAlester, Human Resources Department

28 E. Washington Ave

McAlester, OK  74501

918-423-9300 ext. 4988

 

To fax an application, please fax to

918-421-4998 or email to

sheila.maldonado@cityofmcalester.com

 

NEW MANDATORY CLEET ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS (HB1084)
EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 1, 2009
Effective November 1, 2009, any person who is employed as a peace officer in Oklahoma and who is scheduled to attend a CLEET basic law enforcement academy in Ada, Oklahoma must:

1.            Within ninety (90) days of hire and prior to CLEET admission, be required to score a minimum of 70% on a reading, writing and comprehension examination approved and administered by CLEET; and

2.            Prior to CLEET admission, provide proof of a score of a minimum of 70% on the CLEET approved physical assessment test; and

3.            Upon employment and prior to CLEET admission, execute a promissory note payable to CLEET for reimbursement of training expenses if the Peace Officer leaves the law enforcement profession within four (4) years following graduation from CLEET.          

                                                                                                                                                                                          (1/15/2020)



 OTTAWA COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE
Miami, Oklahoma 74354
918-542-2806

IMMEDIATE JOB OPENING FOR:
Jail Administrator

Works under direct supervision of the County Sheriff/Undersheriff

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Is responsible for Leading Jail Staff and detention Deputies. 
  • 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 21 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

 

Contact Undersheriff Dan Cook dcookottawa@gmail.com or 918-542-2806

                                                                                                                                                             (3/5/2020)


 

The City of Morris is seeking a full time police officer and also reserve officers

 

Minimum requirements:

• citizen of U.S.

• 21 years of age

• High school diploma or GED

• Valid DL

• Good Moral character

• CLEET certified preferred

 

Reserve Certified are encouraged to apply.

 

Benefits:

• Vacation and Sick leave

• Holiday Pay

• Medical, Dental and Vision provided.

 

 

Applications can be picked up at 501 South Hughes in Morris.

 

The City of Morris is an equal opportunity employer.

Applications taken until position is filled.

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U.S. Marshall contract for Court Security Officers is accepting applications for

Muskogee, Tulsa and Oklahoma City

 

POSITION SUMMARY: Paragon Systems, Inc. is currently recruiting Court Security Officer applicants for the U.S. Marshall Service Contract.  Qualified applicants must meet the criteria below.

 

•             Possess at minimum a GED/High School Diploma.

•             Have at least three calendar years of verifiable experience as a certified law enforcement officer or its military equivalency; all three years must have occurred within the last seven years.  The experience must have included general arrest authority.

•             Have completed or graduated from certified Federal, state, county, local or military law enforcement training academy and able to provide certification as proof.

•             Ability to use computers and Microsoft office (Excel, Word, etc.), monitor security cameras, and send and receive email using MS Outlook.

•             Must be a US Citizen with valid Social Security Card; birth certificate; 21 years of age;

•             Due to the nature of the position, the CSO must be fluent in speaking, reading, and writing English.

 

How to Apply for a Job with Us

  

Interested Applicants MUST e-mail USMSrecruiting@parasys.com and provide their name, e-mail address, phone number, and the geographical area where the applicant is interested in working. You will receive a response advising of available postings online with directions on how to complete the application.

                        

                                                                                                                                                              (3/5/2020)


 

 The Noble Police Department is currently accepting applications for a

Full Time Communications Officer

 

Noble is located south of Norman with a population of approximately 7,000. Benefits include: health/dental/life insurance, vacation and sick leave, 12 paid holidays per year, and a municipal retirement plan.

 

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

• Applicants must be at least 18

• High School Diploma or GED

• No felony convictions

• No convictions for domestic abuse

• No convictions for crimes of moral turpitude

• Ability to handle multiple tasks and prioritize responses in stressful situations

• Pass a background investigation

• Must be able to obtain certification in accordance with Oklahoma State Statutes

• Must be of good moral character

 

 

Application, job description and list of benefits are available at:

Noble Police Department

115 N. 2nd Street

Noble, Oklahoma 73068

www.cityofnoble.org

For questions contact Tara Alexander at (405) 872-9231

The City of Noble is an Equal Opportunity Employer


                                                                                                                           (2/10/2020)


 

 Oilton, Oklahoma Police Department

 The Oilton Police Department is accepting applications/resumes for a Full time Police Officer

 

 

Requirements & Qualifications:

• Must be CLEET Certified

• Must be an American Citizen and possess a valid Oklahoma Driver’s License

• Must be at least 21 years of age

• High school diploma or GED

• No felony convictions

• No convictions for crimes of moral turpitude or domestic violence

• Must not have had a DUI, DWI or reckless driving violation within last 5 years

• Must pass background check

• Must pass fingerprint clearance

• Must submit to the state mandated MMPI test

• Have highly principles ethics and moral character

• Have excellent communication skills

• Must be able to work in a small community

• Be able to work weekends

 

 

Email resume/questions to:

pdchief@cityofoilton.com

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The Okeene Police Department is accepting applications for full time Police Officer

 

Requirements:

High School Diploma or GED.

Pass Background Check.

No Felony convictions or major misdemeanors.

No Domestic Violence.

Must be available any shift (Nights, Weekends and Holidays) and other special events as needed.

Have excellent verbal and written communication skills.

CLEET certification preferred but not required.

 

Benefits:

Oklahoma Police Pension and Retirement.

Medical Insurance.

Take home unit.

Vacation and sick leave.

Mobile cop

 

Applications may be pickup at 118 West Madison in Okeene or call 580-822-3035. 

                                                                                                              (3/9/2020)   


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 City Community College Police Department
OCCC PD is accepting applications for the position of Police Officer

The OCCC Police Department is an OACP Accredited Police Department with certified full-time police officers and reserve police officers. 

Applicants must meet the following minimum qualifications in order to be considered:

  • Must be a citizen of the United States.
  • Must be at least 21 years of age.
  • Must have CLEET Peace Officer Certification, equivalent Peace Officer certification from another state, or COPS Certification.
  • Must have High School Diploma or GED.
  • Must have a Valid Driver’s License

Benefits Include:

  • Competitive salary (Based on education, experience, and professional certifications)
  • Insurance (Health, Dental, Life)
  • Oklahoma Teachers Retirement System
  • 403b Supplemental Retirement System (OCCC offers up to 3% match with required contribution)
  • Uniforms, equipment, and firearm provided
  • Vacation, personal, military and sick leave
  • Ample overtime opportunities
  • Seventeen (17) paid holidays
  • OCCC Tuition Waiver for employee and dependents/Reimbursement for employees.

Process

Online Application

Interview Committee Selection Process

Interview Committee Interview Board

Background Investigation

 

Please apply online at:  Campus Police Officer

                                                                                                                                                                    (2/18/2020)


 

Oklahoma State University-Okmulgee

UNIVERSITY POLICE SERGEANT

 

OSU Institute of Technology in Okmulgee is accepting applications for a University Police Sergeant.  Primary duty is to enforce the laws of the state of Oklahoma and the rules and regulations of OSUIT.  The Sergeant will be assigned as the primary investigator on all minor and major crimes committed on the property of OSUIT. The Sergeant is the primary evidence/property officer of the police department and the custodian of the evidence room. The Sergeant will be responsible for the scheduling of the department's duty roster and may be required to work any shift on occasion as required, insuring that all shifts are covered. The Sergeant will be required to be available to assist in the writing and execution of search warrants. 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.

 

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 inclusion, 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.”

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 Oklahoma Attorney General's Office

Agent, Medicaid Fraud Control Unit

Oklahoma City, OK

 

Salary Range: Commensurate with experience and qualifications

 

Position Summary: The Medicaid Fraud Control Unit of the Oklahoma Attorney General’s Office is seeking an Agent whose primary responsibilities will be to investigate Medicaid fraud. 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.

  

How to apply: Please send resume to resumes@oag.ok.gov

and indicate which particular position you are applying for in the subject line of the email.

 

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. Reasonable accommodation to individuals with disabilities may be provided upon request.

 

                                                                                                                                                                    (2/24/2020)


 

 

 

Mid America Christian University (MACU) is hiring for the position of Reserve Police Officer.

Under the general supervision of the Director of Public Safety/Chief of Police, Campus Police Officers perform traditional law enforcement, peacekeeping and public service duties in accordance with Federal and State statutes, as well as campus regulations. MACU Reserve Police Officers are required to work a minimum of 12 hours per month.

Mid America Christian University is a 65-acre campus with a population of around 2,800 students, faculty and staff. MACU is located in south Oklahoma City between May and Portland on SW 119th Street. Applications can be obtained on the MACU website under the employment section, or by clicking here. 

QUALIFICATIONS:   

  • Must possess a valid Oklahoma driver’s license or ability to obtain ODL by hire date.
  • Must be between the age of 21-58 years old.
  • Must have a high school diploma or GED. Associate or Bachelor’s degree preferred.
  • CLEET Certified Peace Officer preferred.
  • No felony convictions
  • No convictions for crimes of moral turpitude or domestic violence.
  • Must pass our background check and physical agility obstacle course.
  • Must be able to complete the Field Training Officer Program
  • Have high principles, ethics and moral character
  • Have excellent writing, presentation, and communication skills with a diverse campus community.
  • Strong community policing and relational skills.
  • Ability to act decisively and without direct supervision in varying situations, including life or death situations.
  • Knowledge of and ability to use specialized police equipment, techniques and instruments, including firearms. 
  • Ability to comprehend and implement policies and procedures. 
  • Ability to maintain a degree of fitness that allows participation in stressful, physically demanding, and/or confrontational situations.
  • Ability to keep a neat and clean uniform.
  • 20/20 vision or correctable within normal tolerances.
  • Hearing within normal tolerances or correctable.
  • Skill and ability to use general office equipment, including computers and related software. 
  • Ability to work varying shifts/schedules. 
  • Ability to qualify with a duty pistol on a shooting range under CLEET guidelines with MACU standards with a qualifying score of 80% with 100% round accountability on paper.

Click here for the full job description.

For additional information please contact:

Major Cindy Megonigle 

Mid-America Christian University Police Department

3500 SW 119th Street 

                                             Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73170

                                             cynthia.megonigle@macu.edu

                                                                                                                                                                    (2/25/2020)


 

The Oklahoma Insurance Department has an opening in the Anti-Fraud Division for an Investigator III

 

The salary is $57,500. This position is open until filled.

 

To apply:

Email the list of documents below to: angie.powers@oid.ok.gov

 

1) Resume

2) One-page description of your full-time investigative experience to include job title, tenure within investigative division, and size of investigative division; and, if not prohibited by statute,

3) A copy of a prosecutorial report on a closed case in which you obtained a conviction.

 

DEFINITION

The OID Level III Anti-Fraud Investigator works with minimum oversight to fully complete white-collar criminal investigations leading to the successful prosecution of insurance-related crimes; administrative investigations of regulatory violations pertaining to the insurance industry leading to appropriate civil actions/penalties; and other duties as assigned.

 

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

• Perform a wide range of investigative duties and other duties as assigned

• Maintain necessary confidentialities and establish/strengthen both internal/external working relationships

• Investigate pertinent criminal and/or regulatory violations by, but not necessarily limited to:

• Gathering necessary information and evidence

• Analyzing all data and material obtained

• Conducting interviews and interrogations

• Drafting grand jury subpoenas, search warrants, probable cause affidavits, etc.

• Preparing reports and exhibits for criminal and/or regulatory enforcement

• Providing courtroom testimony in criminal and/or administrative proceedings

• Maintaining documentary case records, evidence files, and chain of custody

 

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES

• Honorable, ethical, and trustworthy character; self-sufficient in the exercise of sound, independent judgment, free of moral turpitude and/or compromised integrity

• Strong reading comprehension skills and the ability to extract pertinent information from complex insurance and financial records, as well as related documents

• Excellent report writing skills, accomplished in the drafting of prosecutorial documentation with precise grammar, spelling, and sentence structure for clarity of expression

• Effective articulation and oral presentation skills when communicating technical information to internal and external stakeholders, partners, prosecutors, juries, and lay audiences

• Strong working knowledge of Microsoft Office 365 and related software programs, particularly Word, Excel, Power Point, and Outlook; additional computer or program skills a strong plus.

• Familiarity with current technologies, radios, communication devices and systems, record management systems, investigative/relational databases, statistical tracking systems, etc.

• Ability to research and understand Oklahoma State Statutes as well as administrative rules and regulations of the Oklahoma Insurance Code pertaining to insurance-related crimes, and insurance industry regulation

• Expertise in all aspects of investigation through final prosecution; familiarity with criminal justice systems at local, state, and federal levels; maintain a network of personal/professional contacts

 

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE

Bachelor's degree in criminal justice, business, accounting/finance, computer or related field. Advance degree preferred. A minimum of 5 years of full-time criminal investigative experience is required. Consideration may be given to additional years of relevant full-time criminal investigative experience in lieu of educational requirements.

 

NOTE: Full-time experience in criminal investigations is defined by previous title/roles and primary-duty assignment to actual investigative divisions. Inquiries and investigations incidental to patrol duties are not considered full-time criminal investigative experience. Preferred candidates will be those candidates having experience at the investigative division level, specifically in the areas of fraud and white-collar crimes.

 

ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS

This is a commissioned Oklahoma Peace Officer position. The successful candidate MUST:

• Possess and maintain valid CLEET Basic Peace Officer certification or above.

• Possess and maintain a valid Oklahoma driver’s license with a good driving record.

• Have no felony convictions, record of domestic violence or moral turpitude.

• Pass all interview requirements and an extensive personal background investigation.

• Be proficient in “use of force” knowledge, the carry of firearms, and annual qualifications.

• Meet and maintain all CLEET continuing education requirements, including Mental Health

• Meet and maintain all OID personnel requirements, including any professional designations

• Understand and follow proper chain-of-command in daily duties and emergency response

• Consistently demonstrate sound judgment during daily duties and emergency response

• Be willing to travel as needed, both in and out-of-state, with or without notice

 

NOTE: Upon hire, any applicant who is licensed as a producer/agent, adjuster or is otherwise affiliated with any entity that is regulated by the department must surrender their license and terminate any financial or non-financial affiliation with the entity that is regulated by the department. The selected applicant must pass a background check. Individual may be required to pursue NAIC designations as job duties require.

 

Employees of the Oklahoma Insurance Department are unclassified employees of the state. For benefits offered by the State of Oklahoma to employees of the state, please use this link to access the Office of Human Capital Management benefits page at https://omes.ok.gov/services/employee-benefits

 

EEO/AA

                                                                                                                                                                        (3/2/2020)                              


 

The Department of Veteran Affairs Medical Center is currently accepting

applications for three full time Security Clerks (Dispatchers)

 

These positions reside within the Police Service, Oklahoma City VA Health Care System and is physically located at the Oklahoma City VA Health Care System Campus in Oklahoma City. Dispatchers provide program support assistance as well as dispatch duties. The shifts are 12 hours (panama schedule). Starting salary for this position is $31,208.00.

 

Apply online at    https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/563534600

 

                                                                                                                                                                     (3/23/2020)


The City of Owasso is accepting applications for Police Officer

 

The City of Owasso believes that public service is about removing the obstacles standing in the way of people celebrating their lives.  The City’s management philosophy is founded on four general concepts:  Character, Empowerment, Quality, and Service. A suburb of Tulsa, with a city limit population of approximately 36,000, and a fence line population of approximately 50,000, Owasso has enjoyed a 370% population increase since 1980 and is now a shopping destination for customers from outside the Owasso area.  Abundant housing choices and quality of life amenities make Owasso a premier suburb of the Tulsa area.

 

Job Summary:

Provides law enforcement services to the community within the mission, goals, and objectives of the agency, and in compliance with governing federal, state, and local laws.  Responds to emergency calls, makes criminal and traffic related arrests, patrols neighborhoods and roads, and protects the life and property of the citizens.  Performs a variety of public safety tasks in the performance of law enforcement.

 

Salary:

  • $44,882 - $53,574 annual base pay depending on experience and education
  • Plus education pay of $1200/year for an associate’s degree or $1500/year for a bachelor’s degree
  • Plus holiday pay of 96 hours per year at regular pay rate
  • $1,200/year uniform allowance after completion of probationary period
  • Longevity pay commences at 5 years of service
  • $1,000/year incentive for certified* police officers payable upon completion of probationary period, maximum of 5 years. *Certifications and years of experience are approved at the discretion of the Chief of Police
  • $2,000 hiring incentive for fluent Spanish-speaking individuals, subject to department testing
  • $3,000 hiring incentive for individuals who can speak, read, and write Spanish fluently, subject to department testing

 

Benefits:

Regular full-time employees are eligible for excellent Retirement and Health benefits. For a detailed summary of benefits go to: www.owassobenefits.com

 

Essential Functions:

  • Operate a motor vehicle for routine patrol assignments and responding to the needs of the community
  • Enforce state and federal laws and City ordinances
  • Make arrests on criminal and traffic related offenses
  • Operate two-way radios, vehicle and handheld types; radar equipment and Breathalyzer equipment
  • Read, understand and interpret ordinances, laws and other operating procedures and communicate both orally and in writing
  • Drive a vehicle safely and efficiently while under stress and while communicating on radio
  • Deal effectively with others in both stressful and routine day to day situations
  • Willingness to follow orders, and to work with others
  • Maintain strict confidentiality
  • Be honest in dealing with the public and obey all laws
  • Work rotating shifts, holidays, weekend, and long hours as necessary
  • Read and interpret maps and give directions as needed
  • Handle emergency situations in a calm manner
  • Perform all aspects of Community Policing
  • Perform other duties as assigned, which include but are not limited to: investigation of crime scenes, preservation and collection of evidence, preparation of handwritten and typed reports, oral testimony in courts of law, investigation of traffic accidents, etc.

 

Minimum Qualifications and Experience:

    • Must be between the ages of 21 and 45, unless a current participant in the Oklahoma Police Pension system
    • Must possess a minimum of 60 college hours from a college or university accredited by a Regional Accrediting Organization, and as evidenced by an official college transcript. (If currently enrolled to complete 60 college hours, a document must be provided, in addition to transcript, showing current enrollment. Official college transcript required at time of contingent job offer.)  (Military does not count as college hours.)
    • Must possess a valid Oklahoma Driver’s License which has not been suspended or revoked in the past five years and no more than 3 or more moving violations in the past three years
    • Must not have been convicted of domestic abuse or be listed as a defendant on a protective order
    • Must not have been convicted of a felony crime or have any pending criminal actions
    • Must not be a current user of controlled substances
    • Must not have been convicted of alcohol related driving offense or crime of moral turpitude
    • Must be able to pass physical agility test, written test and oral examinations, undergo an extensive background investigation, polygraph exam, MMPI or related psychological examination, Police Pension Board Physical and drug screening
    • Must successfully complete a basic Police Academy as taught by the Council on Law Enforcement Education & Training (CLEET) and written, practical and field exercises under the direct supervision of a Field Training Officer during the first twelve (12) months of the probationary period.
    • Successful candidates will be required to undergo and successfully pass an annual physical agility exam as a condition of their employment.
    • Successful candidates must demonstrate proficiency with firearms (both handgun and long gun on a semi-annual basis) and custody and control techniques to defend self and others
    • For additional qualifications go to www.joinowassopd.com or apply www.owassohires.com

 

Deadline for Application:  Wednesday, April 10, 2020 - 11:00 a.m.

 

Deadline for Requested Documentations, including Background Investigation Packet & official college transcripts:  Wednesday, April 15, 2020 - 5:00 p.m.

 

Physical Agility Test:  (To be determined)

 

Written Exam:  (To be determined)

 

Offer for Employment is contingent upon the following:

  • Preliminary testing
  • Oral Review Board Interviews
  • Chief Interviews
  • Extensive Background Investigation
  • Polygraph Examination
  • MMPI Psychological Examination
  • Police Pension Board Physical/Pre-Employment Drug Screen

 

                                                                                                                                                            (Remove 4/13/2020)


 

Garvin County Sheriff’s Office

 The Garvin County Sheriff’s Office is accepting applications for the position of

Courthouse Deputy, Full time

 

Benefits package includes a starting salary of $2,800 per month paid on the last working day of the month. Paid health, dental, and vision insurance. Paid sick, holiday, vacation and OPERs.

 

Duties will include but not limited to: Security of the courthouse, transporting inmates to and from court, transporting inmates to bond, and security of the entry doorways with metal detection.

 

Requirements:

•  Full-time Peace Officer certification (required)

•  Must be a U.S. citizen

•  Must be at least 21 years of age.

•  Must possess a high school diploma or GED equivalent.

•  Must pass background investigation

•  Must not have a conviction for a felony crime, under indictment, or involved in a pending criminal litigation.

•  Must have a valid Oklahoma driver’s license and a good driving record.

•  Must be willing to work any and all hours. This includes nights, weekends, and holidays. Shifts subject to change to suit the needs of the department.

 

 

Applications may be picked up at 201 East Grant Avenue #A4, Pauls Valley, OK.

                                                                                                                                                                               (2/4/2020)


 

 The Osage County Sheriff's Office is currently accepting applications for

 Full-time Deputy

 

 

Requirements for the position are as follows:

• At least 21 years of age

• HS Diploma / GED

• No felony or domestic convictions or moral turpitude crimes

• CLEET certification preferred

• Must hold valid Oklahoma Driver's License

• Background check will be conducted prior to employment

  

                                                                                  

Applications can be printed at www.ocso.net

 

Please send completed applications via the website or mail to:

Human Resources

Osage County Sheriff's Office

900 Saint Paul

Pawhuska, OK 74056

 

                                                                                                                                                                        (1/27/2020)


 

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.

                                                                                                                                                                        (1/27/2020)


 

The City of Piedmont, Oklahoma is currently accepting Applications for two,

full-time CLEET Certified Police Officers

 

 

Starting salary is $35,593.41 annually (negotiable, based on experience, education and/or training, paid bi-weekly. This is a full-time position with an excellent benefit package, including health/dental/vision. Also, paid sick, vacation and holiday 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 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 good driving record.

• High School graduate or GED required (some college preferred, incentives for degrees).

• Must pass state pension physical.

 

 

 

 

 

• Must be between the ages of 21 and 45.

• Ability to pass a psychological evaluation.

• No felony or high misdemeanor convictions.

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

 

 

Apply online at www.piedmont-ok.gov

Positions will remain open until vacancy is filled

or call the Piedmont Police Department at 405-373-1334

                                                                                                                                                                               (2/3/2020)


 

Creek County Criminal Justice Center
Now Hiring

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 $2,601.83 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.

Employment applications are also available on our website at https://www.creekcountysheriff.com
and can be filled out and emailed to info@creekcountysheriff.com

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

                                                                                                               (2/24/2020)


 

Creek County Juvenile Justice Center

Now Hiring: Job Description: Detention Officer

 

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Supervising daily activities of juveniles while ensuring their safety and well-being.
  • Transporting juveniles to court, medical facilities and other locations.
  • Processing precise paperwork for each juvenile.

 

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Must have a High School Diploma and a valid Oklahoma Driver License.
  • Must pass an extensive background check.
  • Must be at least 21 years old and a U.S. Citizen.
  • No felony convictions.
  • No Domestic Violence Record
  • Good Moral Character.
  • Must be available for shift work including weekends and holidays

 

BENEFITS INCLUDE

  • Starting salary $2,601.83 per month, paid employee health insurance, sick leave, vacation and holiday leave.
  • Oklahoma Public Employees Retirement System (OPERS).

 

Apply at the Creek County Juvenile Justice Center located at 23778 Highway 48 South in Bristow or at the Creek County Sheriff’s Office 301 East Lee in Sapulpa.

Employment applications are also available on our website at https://www.creekcountysheriff.com and can be filled out and emailed to info@creekcountysheriff.com

If you have questions or would like additional information please contact Director Clatie Dennis at 918-216-1780 or by email at cdennis@creekcountysheriff.com

                                                                                                              (2/24/2020)


 

Police Chief - Sapulpa

 

The City of Sapulpa is seeking an individual to fill the role of Police Chief in our Police Department. This position requires leading a department of over 60 full-time employees, which includes 911 dispatch and Animal Control, taking charge of an annual budget over $5,000,000 and being a leader in the community. The City of Sapulpa offers a competitive and affordable benefit package. A qualified candidate will have 10 years’ experience in a supervisory role in a Police Department and a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice or a combination of experience and education to perform the responsibilities of the position. The salary range is $85,000 to $95,000 depending on experience, knowledge and education of the candidate.

 

A resume and cover letter should be sent to the City of Sapulpa,

Attention: Human Resources, 425 E Dewey Sapulpa, OK 74066

 

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POTTAWATOMIE COUNTY PUBLIC SAFETY CENTER

Shawnee, Oklahoma

 

Essential Functions Job Description

Classification:   Detention Officer

Beginning Pay:  $12 up to $16 (depending on experience)

FLSA Status:    Non-exempt

Reports to:       Detention Lieutenant, or his/her designee

 

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Controls and monitors physically, as well as visually and audibly, the movement and activities of inmates; including the protecting secured doors according to policy
  • Observes conduct behavior of inmates to prevent disturbances and escapes.
  • Inspects housing areas including locks, windows, doors, etc. for tampering and security
  • Searches individuals, inmates, pods, mail, objects capable of concealing contraband, and out door areas for contraband articles
  • Reads and comprehends legal and non-legal documents including the processing and distribution of documents to the proper division or person
  • Performs crisis intervention functions; includes suicide prevention, recognizing abnormal behavior and implementing appropriate action according to policy
  • Monitors and electronically operates all secured doors of assigned area, allowing only individuals who have properly identified their person in and out of area
  • Monitors and maintains radio transmission with officers on duty
  • Patrols physically and visually assigned area for evidence of forbidden activities, infraction of rules, and unsatisfactory behavior/attitude or adjustment of inmates; reports observation to supervisor
  • Employs necessary physical force to maintain discipline and order among inmates according to policy, if necessary, including use of handcuffs and other restraints, use of hands and other approved devices in self defense
  • Monitors pod activity on an hourly basis or more frequently if the inmate is a potential threat to themselves, others or staff
  • Answers calls received in assigned area according to policy; takes appropriate action required; transfers if necessary in the appropriate manner
  • Escorts inmates to and from bond room, interview room, medical area, booking, and courtroom as needed or required
  • Maintains and prepares necessary reports and records
  • Maintains, distributes and collects all documents, forms, and paperwork for assigned area according to policy.  This includes phone sheets, court items, grievances, etc.
  • Use of facility jail management software via computer to maintain digital records, logs and reports including the input of necessary data and information.  Documents all activities, including but not limited to incident reports, shift logs, sight checks, etc.
  • Serves meals daily in a timely manner, provides intake hygiene products, and provides for all other daily needs of inmates in assigned area
  • Controls and maintains all assigned keys
  • Intake of official visitors, i.e. pastors, entering into the secured areas.  Conducts search per policy of their person and items
  • Use of radios during site checks for proper log and recording
  • Monitors “Pod Officer” movements and notifies appropriate staff of emergency situations.  This includes emergency situations that could affect the safety of the inmates in our direct care as well as officers and personnel
  • Performs pat down searches prior of inmates as required by policy; performs additional searches as required by law

 

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Must be 18 years old
  • High School diploma or GED
  • Possess and maintain a valid Oklahoma Driver’s License
  • Must pass a background check investigation
  • No felony convictions
  • Must be available for shift work, including weekends and holidays
  • Must have good moral character

 

MUST HAVE THE ABILITY TO:

  • Deal impartially with individuals of various socioeconomic, ethnic, and cultural backgrounds
  • Respond to emergencies calmly, quickly and decisively
  • Follow written and verbal instructions
  • Communicate effectively verbally and in writing
  • Establish and maintain effective working relationships with employees, other agencies and the public, including knowledge of principles and practices of dealing with the public
  • Work in a locked, climate controlled, low-light environment, or bright, usually moderate noise level environment
  • Analyze situations, detect problems and discern facts;
  • Maintain a neutral attitude toward inmates regardless of the reason of their detention
  • Learn policy, procedures, functions, and limitations of this position
  • Learn, interpret and apply pertinent federal, state, and county laws, codes, regulations, policies and procedures
  • Exercise good judgement, flexibility, creativity and sensitivity in response to changing situations and needs
  • Deal in an effective, professional manner with the potential of hostility and verbal abuse, including the understanding of the possibility of physical aggression
  • Work a variety of shifts, including rotating shifts as needed or required
  • Ability to meet State of Oklahoma jail standards certification

 

BENEFITS INCLUDE:

  • Starting pay $12 up to $16 (depending on experience)
  • Longevity Pay MONTHLY
  • Holiday Pay
  • Health Insurance (agency pays up to $500)
  • Sick Leave & Annual Leave
  • OPERS retirement

 

APPLY:

  • In person at 14209 US Highway 177, Shawnee, OK
  • Online (print off application) at www.pcpsct.org and bring in person to our facility
  • MUST TURN IN, with application, a copy of; Driver’s License, Social Security Card, Birth Certificate

 

 

CONTACT:

 

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 The City of Skiatook currently has open positions 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. A sign on bonus of $9,000.00, for C L E E T certified peace officers is being offered for this hiring process. 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 including medical, dental and Life insurance.  Visit our website www.cityofskiatook.com for full benefits package and for positions for lateral and promotion within the Department.

 

Applications 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

Applications will be received until positions are filled.

 

Submit Application and Background packet / resumes with certificates to: 

City of Skiatook, Attn: Human Resources, 110 N. Broadway, P.O. 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. 

City of Skiatook is EOE.

 

                                                                                                                                                                            (2/24/2020)


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
Town of Spavinaw
PO Box 196
Spavinaw, OK 74366
email:
AmandaSpavinaw@outlook.com; kmdollard@gmail.com; siennasasser@gmail.com;

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

                                                                                                                               (3/4/2020)


 

 City of Spencer is currently accepting applications for Reserve Police Officers

 

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

 

Must pass fingerprint clearance.

• Must pass pre-employment drug screening.

• All candidates must pass the FTO program.

 

 

Pick up applications at the Spencer Police Department

8300 NE 36TH

SPENCER OK 73084

 

The city of  spencer is an Equal Opportunity Employer

                                                                                                                                             

PLEASE CONTACT CHIEF THURMAN

405-771-3798

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Thomas Police Department is accepting applications for Deputy Chief of Police

 

Requirements & Qualifications:

•             Must be an American Citizen and possess a valid Oklahoma Driver’s License

•             Must be at least 21-45 years of age

•             High school diploma or GED

•             CLEET Certified is preferred, but not required

•             No felony convictions

•             No convictions for crimes of moral turpitude or domestic violence

•             Must not have had a DUI, DWI or reckless driving violation within last 5 years

•             Must pass background check and drug test

•             Must pass fingerprint clearance

•             Must submit to the state mandated MMPI test

•             Must be able to complete our F.T.O program.

•             Have highly principles ethics and moral character

•             Have excellent communication skills

•             Must be able to work in a small community

•             Must be able to work Weekdays/Weekends and Holidays

•             Must be able to attend court once a month

 

 

For more information or to obtain an application contact Taffy Rigsby City Clerk at 580-661-3687 or by email at thomascityclerk@gmail.com.

 

Applicant will be initially screened by the chief of police and final

approval will be made by the City Councill.

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 The Tonkawa Police Department is seeking qualified applicants for the

 position of Police Officer

 

Police Officers must be self-motivated, require minimal supervision, believe in an organizational culture that fosters teamwork, and promotes high standards of honesty, integrity and fairness. They must be willing to compassionately serve and courageously protect.

 

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

•             CLEET, POST, or COPS certified preferred but not mandatory.

•             Reserve certified will be considered but must be able to complete and pass a 

CLEET Bridge Academy.

•             Must be 21 years but no older than 45 years at the date of hire.

•             Be a U.S. Citizen.

•             Must have or be able to obtain a valid Oklahoma State Driver’s License.

•             Must have a high school diploma or GED certificate.

•             Have no felony or misdemeanor convictions involving crimes of moral turpitude.

•             Must pass MMPI.

•             Must pass comprehensive background investigation.

•             Have no criminal charges pending.

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

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

•             Must pass a drug screening test.

•             All Probationary Officers must successfully complete our Field Training Program.

 

The qualified Applicant needs to possess:

•             Excellent public relation skills.

•             Ability to act decisively and without direct supervision in varying situations, including situations involving an element of personal danger.

•             Excellent writing, presentation and interpersonal communication skills.

•             Knowledge of and ability to use specialized police equipment, techniques and instruments, including firearms, tasers, radar and cameras.

•             Ability to comprehend and implement policies and procedures.

•             Ability to maintain a degree of fitness that allows participation in stressful, physically demanding, and/or confrontational situations (e.g., ability to occasionally stand and/or walk for long periods without breaks and in various weather conditions, ability to lift and/or push heavy objects, basic motor skills sufficient to perform essential duties, ability to remain aware and alert while performing duties, ability to maintain surveillance and/or stakeouts, vision correctable to 20/20, hearing within normal tolerances (or correctable).

•             Skill and ability to use general office equipment, including computers and related software

•             Ability to work varying shifts/schedules.

•             Ability to qualify with a duty weapons on a shooting range under CLEET guidelines and Tonkawa Police Department standards with a qualifying score of 80% with 100% round accountability on paper.

 

Offer for Employment is contingent upon the following:

 • Preliminary testing

 • Oral Review Boards

 • Chief Interviews and City Manager Interviews

 • Extensive Background Investigation

 • MMPI Psychological Examination

 • Police Pension Board Physical

 

Benefits and Salary Include

•             Uniforms and equipment provided

•             Generous Paid Vacation

•             Sick leave

•             Paid Holiday’s

•             Military leave

 

Incentive pays

•             Take home car program for officers that live within the city limits

•             Oklahoma Police Retirement System

 

 

Please visit www.cityoftonkawa.com to download an application.

 

Applications and Resumés may be returned to:

Major John Cooper (j.cooper@cityoftonkawa.com)

Or, by mailed to 110 E. NOC Drive, Tonkawa, OK 74653

 

Any false or untrue statements or material omissions in the application process and related paperwork or during the selection process will disqualify any applicant from consideration.

 

                                                                                                                                                                              (1/22/2020)


 

Tulsa Community College

 

Performs general duty police work regarding the welfare and property of Tulsa Community College and its students, faculty and staff. Responsible for enforcement of pertinent college regulations and state laws, which may occasionally involve considerable physical danger and always requiring knowledge of practices and procedures of modern police work.

 

Position Type:

Part-time

 

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.

• Preferred 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 possess a valid Oklahoma Driver’s License which has not been suspended or revoked in the past five years and no more than 3 or more hazardous moving violations in the past three years.

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

• Must not have been convicted of domestic abuse.

Must successfully pass the MMPI (Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory) and/or CPI (California Psychological Inventory) test.

• Have excellent verbal and written communication skills.

• Have highly principled ethics and moral character.

• If military service, must have Honorable discharge.

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

• Submit to and successfully pass a rigorous background investigation.

• 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.

 

$15.68/hr

Work Schedule:

Flexible 20 hours per week

 

 

For more information contact:

Denesa.klockenkemper@tulsacc.edu

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 Tulsa Community College Police Officer

 

 

About TCCPD:

TCC Police provides an environment conducive to protection, safety and public service for a culturally diverse college community. TCC 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.

 

Job Summary:  

Help ensure a safe environment for all of our students, faculty, staff, and visitors as a Campus Police Officer.

 

Perform general duty police work for the benefit of Tulsa Community College students, faculty, staff, visitors and property. Responsible for enforcement of pertinent college regulations and federal and state laws, which may occasionally involve considerable physical danger and always requires knowledge of practices and procedures of modern police work.

 

Classification: Staff

Position Type:    Full-time

 

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 possess a valid Oklahoma Driver’s License which has not been suspended or revoked in the past five years and no more than 3 or more hazardous moving violations in the past three years.

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

• Must not have been convicted of domestic abuse.

 

Starting Salary Range:    $16.30 - $18.54

 

Work Schedule:              

40 hours per week flexible, including some evenings and weekends.

 

 

For more information contact:

Denesa.klockenkemper@tulsacc.edu

 

To Apply:

https://careers.tulsacc.edu/postings/30045

 

                                                                                                                                                            (3/2/2020)


 

Tulsa County Sheriff’s Office
is accepting applications for the non-exempt position of
DETENTION OFFICER

 

Starting Salary-$ 2453 per month ($14.15 per hour)

No experience required-training provided!

Definition:      Responsible for the custody and control of inmates in the David L. Moss Criminal Justice Center, maintaining their security during their time of incarceration and assuming responsibility for all their needs during detention while utilizing the principles of Direct Supervision.

 

Incentive Pay

Paid Vacation and Holidays

Education Incentive Pay

Benefits Include

Three weeks of annual vacation

Health, Dental, and Life Insurance

Tuition Reimbursement

Paid Retirement Plan

Deferred Compensation

FSA (Flexible Spending Account)

Post- employment Health Plan

Wellness Incentive Pay

 

Candidates must successfully pass a background investigation, drug testing, & an interview.

 

Basic Requirements

At least 18 years of age

Authorized to work in the U.S.A.

Have a high school diploma or a G.E.D.

A valid Oklahoma driver’s license

Good vision-distance vision correctable to 20/20 in each eye

 

Applications from persons who have felony convictions, pending criminal charges, or are on probation will not be considered. Detention Officer is a safety sensitive position.

Apply in person- Monday through Friday, between 8:00 a.m. and 4:00p.m.

at the Faulkner Building.    PHONE 918.596.5669  

(Public Service Unit closed from 11-12:30 pm)

                  Or apply on line at tcso.org & https://hr.tulsacounty.org/tcsohr/

 

TCSO is an equal opportunity employer and a drug free workplace!

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Tulsa County Sheriff’s Office
is accepting applications for the non-exempt position of Deputy

Starting Salary-$3390 per month ($19.56 per hour)

Incentive Pay

Education Incentive Pay

Benefits Include

Paid Vacation and Holidays

Three weeks of annual vacation

Health, Dental, and Life Insurance

Tuition Reimbursement

Paid Retirement Plan

Deferred Compensation

FSA (Flexible Spending Account)

Post- employment Health Plan

Wellness Incentive Pay

 

Candidates must successfully pass a background investigation, written test, physical agility test, drug testing, medical physical, MMPI, & interviews.

 

Basic Requirements

At least 21 years of age

Authorized to work in the U.S.A.

Have a high school diploma or a G.E.D.

60 college credits from an accredited college

(Or Qualify for the Veteran, Law Enforcement, or Educational Waiver)

CLEET Peace Officer Certification/ COPS Certification

or certification from another state that is equivalent to CLEET

A valid Oklahoma driver’s license

Good vision-distance vision correctable to 20/20 in each eye

 

Applications from persons who have felony convictions, pending criminal charges, or are on probation will not be considered. Apply in person- Monday through Friday,
between 8:00 a.m. and 4:00p.m. at the Faulkner Building.  

(Public Service Unit closed from 11-12:30 pm)
Or apply on line at
https://tcso.org  & https://hr.tulsacounty.org/tcsohr/

TCSO is an equal opportunity employer and a drug free workplace!

*Deputy Sheriff is considered a safety sensitive position.

                                                                                                            (3/11/2020)


 

POSITION:

Investigator- Oklahoma State Board of Osteopathic Examiners (Remote Position)

 

DEFINITION
The Oklahoma State Board of Osteopathic Examiners Investigator works with minimum oversight to fully complete administrative investigations leading to the successful prosecution of The Osteopathic Medical Act violations; and other duties as assigned.

 

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Perform a wide range of investigative duties and other duties as assigned
• Maintain necessary confidentialities and establish/strengthen both internal/external working relationships
• Investigate pertinent criminal and/or regulatory violations by, but not necessarily limited to:
          • Gathering necessary information and evidence
          • Analyzing all data and material obtained
          • Conducting interviews and interrogations
          • Drafting subpoenas, search warrants, probable cause affidavits, etc.
          • Preparing reports and exhibits for regulatory enforcement
          • Providing courtroom testimony in administrative proceedings
          • Maintaining documentary case records, evidence files, and chain of custody

• Attend Board and Committee meetings to offer insight and ideas on current challenges

• Represent the Board at outside meetings as assigned

• Other projects as assigned

 

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES
• Honorable, ethical, and trustworthy character; self-sufficient in the exercise of sound, independent judgment
• Strong reading comprehension skills and the ability to extract pertinent information from complex records, as well as related documents
• Excellent report writing skills, accomplished in the drafting of prosecutorial documentation with precise grammar, spelling, and sentence structure for clarity of expression
• Effective articulation and oral presentation skills when communicating technical information to board members, prosecutors, and lay audiences
• Strong working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite and related software programs; additional computer or program skills a strong plus.
• Ability to research and understand Oklahoma State Statutes as well as administrative rules and regulations of the Oklahoma Osteopathic Medical Act and Administrative Procedures Act.
• Expertise in all aspects of investigation through final prosecution; familiarity with criminal justice systems at local, state, and federal levels; maintain a network of personal/professional contacts.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE
Bachelor's degree from an accredited university.  A minimum of three (3) years of full-time investigative experience is required. Consideration may be given to additional years of relevant full-time investigative experience in lieu of educational requirements.

 

NOTE: Full-time experience in investigations is defined by previous title/roles and primary-duty assignment to actual investigative divisions. Inquiries and investigations incidental to patrol duties are not considered full-time investigative experience.  Preferred candidates will be those candidates having experience at the investigative division level.
 
ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS 
This is a commissioned Oklahoma Peace Officer position. The successful candidate MUST:
• Possess and maintain valid CLEET Basic Peace Officer certification or above.

• Be willing to travel as needed, both in and out-of-state, with or without notice
• Possess and maintain a valid Oklahoma driver’s license with a good driving record.
• Have no felony convictions or record of domestic violence.
• Pass all interview requirements and an extensive personal background investigation.
• Be proficient in “use of force” knowledge, the carry of firearms, and annual qualifications.
• Meet and maintain all CLEET continuing education requirements, including Mental Health
• Consistently demonstrate sound judgment during daily duties and emergency response.

 

NOTE: This is position is being advertised for the Tulsa area.

APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS:

To apply:
Email the list of documents below to: kdevinney@osboe.ok.gov
1) Resume
2) One-page description of your full-time investigative experience to include job title,
tenure within investigative division, and size of investigative division

3) Complete copy of CLEET Training Record

 

                                                                                                                                                                 (3/11/2020)


 

THE TOWN OF VIAN POLICE DEPARTMENT

IS NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS FOR A FULL-TIME OFFICER

 

MUST BE FULL TIME CLEET CERTIFIED     

STARTING PAY IS $13.00 HR.               

MEDICAL AND DENTAL INS OFFERED FOR EMPLOYEE.        

MUST PASS DRUG TEST                        

MUST BE WILLING TO WORK ANY HRS. NIGHT/DAY  

OMRF RETIREMENT                               

 

YOU MAY PICKUP AN APPLICATION AT 100 S. BLACKSTONE VIAN OK.

 

                                                                                                                                                             (3/23/2020)


 

 Waynoka Police Department is seeking a full time School Resource Officer

 

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

 

• CLEET Certification or COPs Graduate is a requirement

• 2-5 years Experienced preferred but not required

• Have a High School Diploma or GED

• Have a valid Driver's License and Insurable Driving Record

• Must be able to pass a UA

• Must pass a background investigation

• No felony convictions or major misdemeanors

• No Domestic Violence convictions

• No convictions for crimes of moral turpitude

• Excellent rural community communication skills

• Must be available any shift (Nights, Weekends, and Holidays) and other special events as needed.

• Must live within 10 miles of the City of Waynoka.

 

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

Please Contact Chief of Police Misty Smiley AT 580-824-2261

or mwilliams7490@gmail.com

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Town of Waukomis

 Job Title: POLICE OFFICER II (Lateral)

 

Job Type:  Full-Time

Location:  Waukomis, Oklahoma

Department: POLICE DEPARTMENT

 

Education:

State certified high school diploma or GED

 

Cleet certified

 

State of Oklahoma requirements:

• Valid Oklahoma State Driver’s License

• Driving record acceptable to City insurance carrier

• Must be 21 years of age at the date of hire

• Must be a 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 mental institution

 

Must not have DUI or DWI within the last 5 years

 

Benefits Include:

• Medical, Dental and Vision Insurance

• State Pension

• Vacation and Longevity after 1 year

• Sick Leave

• Overtime

• Department issued patrol car, uniforms, and duty weapons

• Salary range between $46,000.00 -$50,000.00 a year based on experience and training

 

Applications can be obtained from the Waukomis

Municipal Building located at 121 S Main, Waukomis.

 

For questions you may call the police department at (580)-758-3242

or Chief Logan Niles lniles@waukomisok.org

 

                                                                                                        (1/13/2020)

 

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

 

 

Requirements:                                            

• Applicants must be 21 years of age or older.

• Have a high school diploma or GED equivalent.

• Must have no felony, or major misdemeanor convictions.

• No convictions for crimes of moral turpitude.

• Take and pass a written examination, oral interview and pass a rigorous background investigation.

 

Reserved Certified encouraged to apply.

 

C.L.E.E.T Certification is preferred but not required.

 

 

 Applications can be picked up at The Weleetka City Hall in person at 120 W. 8th  in Weleetka.

 

Contact the Weleetka City Hall with any questions or phone request at 405-786-2272.

    

                                                                                                                                                            (3/11/2020)


 

THE CITY OF WEWOKA IS ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR FULL TIME PATROL OFFICER

 

Minimum Qualifications:

• Applicants must be a citizen of the United States and possess a valid OK Driver License

• Applicants must have a High School Diploma or GED equivalent

• Applicants must be between the ages of 21 and 45

• CLEET Certification is preferred, but not required

• Applicants are subject to written, physical and MMPI testing

• Applicants must pass a comprehensive medical examination and participate in the Oklahoma Police Pension and Retirement System

• Applicants must pass a background investigation and oral interview

• Applicants cannot have pending criminal charges and must not have had a DUI, DWI or Reckless Driving violation within the last five years.

 

Benefits Include:

•   Competitive salary

•   Insurance (health, dental, vision)

•   20 year retirement program and pension fund

•   41 hour work week, With overtime occasionally.

•   Uniforms, equipment and firearm provided to each officer

•   Vacation leave

•   Sick leave

•   Holiday leave

•   Military leave

 

Receive a $500 to $1000 sign on bonus, Depending on applicant experience.

 

Applications may be picked up at the Wewoka Police Department or the Wewoka City Hall

 

                                                                                                                                                                             (1/17/2020)


 

The Seminole County Sheriffs Office

Wewoka, OK

 The Current Opening is for Detention Officers

 

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

•.             Supervise prisoners and maintain security, rules, regulations and cleanliness in correctional facility.

•               Responsible for transporting or moving prisoners.

•               Receive and secure prisoners until their release.

•                Maintain order within the facility and to ensure that inmates are safely held and guarded, as directed by court sentences or criminal law procedures.

•             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 INC

•             Starting salary $2,200 per month, paid employee health insurance, sick leave, vacation and holiday leave.

•             Oklahoma Public Employees Retirement System (OPERS).

 

 

Apply in person in our office located at

 211 E 2nd st. Wewoka, Ok 74884

                                                                                                                                                                           (1/21/2020)


 

Seminole County Sheriff’s Office is currently accepting applications for Jail Administrator

Wewoka, OK.

 

Salary is based on experience and will be discussed during interview.

 

Requirements:

• Must be willing to relocate to Seminole County.

•  Must possess a high school diploma or GED equivalent.

•  Must pass background investigation

•  Must not have a conviction for a felony crime, any crime of moral turpitude, under indictment,

or involved in a pending criminal litigation.

•  Must have a valid Oklahoma driver’s license and a good driving record.

•  Must be willing to work any and all hours. This includes nights, weekends, and holidays.

 

 

Applications can be picked up at our office

211 E. 2nd st. Wewoka, Ok 74884

 

Contact Undersheriff Matt Haley at 405-257-5445 with any questions.

                                                                                                                                                                     (2/24/2020)


 

Seminole County, Oklahoma Sheriff’s Office

 The Seminole County SO is accepting applications

 for the position of full time Deputy

 

This position would be a Full-Time Patrol Deputy in all of Seminole County. Commissioned Deputies must be self-motivated, require minimal supervision, and promote high standards of honesty, integrity and fairness.

 

Requirements:

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

•             Must have high school diploma or GED

•             Must have Valid Oklahoma Driver’s License

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

•             Have no domestic abuse convictions

•             Must have no recent 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 able to perform police duties without any physical restrictions or special accommodations

•             Must be willing to work either a day or night shift

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

•             Must pass oral interview

•             C.L.E.E.T certified preferred

 

Benefits include:

•             Starting salary is $2,600 a month

•             O.P.E.R.S. Benefits package includes medical, dental and vision insurance

•             Uniforms and Duty Gear and Firearms provided

•             Take home vehicle within the boundaries of Seminole County

•   Uniforms and Equipment Provided

 

 

Applications may be obtained at the

Seminole County Sheriff’s Office

211 East Second Street

Wewoka, OK 74884

 

Or by contacting Undersheriff Matt Haley

Telephone: 405-257-5445

 

The Seminole County Sheriff’s Office Is An Equal Opportunity Employer

                                                                                                                                                                      (3/2/2020)


 

WILSON POLICE DEPARTMENT, WILSON OK

 The City of Wilson Police Department is hiring for the Position of Police Officer

 

We are looking to fill the position as soon as possible with the right candidate.

 

The City of Wilson is located 17 miles west of Lake Murray State Park and within a two hour drive to Oklahoma City and Dallas. The City has a coverage area of roughly 5 and half square miles and a population of approximately 1500 residence.

 

The Police Department has 4 full time officers with up to date vehicles and equipment.

 

Minimum Requirements:

• Must be at least 21 years of age

• Must have a high school diploma or GED

• Must have a valid driver's license

• Must submit to the state mandated MMPI test

• Must pass a background investigation

• No felony conviction or major misdemeanors

• No domestic violence 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 5 years

• Highly principled ethics and moral character

• A true desire to serve all members of society

• CLEET Certified Preferred, but not required

 

Benefits:

•              Pay dependent on qualifications and experience.

•              Health, Vision, Dental and Life Insurance provided after probationary period for the employee. Family Insurance is available at the cost of the Employee.

•              OPERS retirement with the city matching at 14.5%

•              $400 uniform allowance annually

(The benefits listed above are just some of the benefits available)

 

 

To obtain an application, please contact Captain Joshua Taylor at jtaylor@wilsonok.city

or applications can be picked up at City Hall located at:

1065 US Highway 70a

Wilson, Ok 73463

                                                                                                                                                                 (1/8/2020)


 

Woodward County, Oklahoma Sheriff's Office

 The Woodward County Sheriff's Office is taking applications

 for the position of full-time Deputy

 

Certified applicants are preferred.

 

Applicants must me the basic requirements as listed below:

•             Be a citizen of the United States.

•             Be at least 21 years of age.

•             Have a high school diploma or GED and be able to achieve a passing score on the POSSE exam.

•             Possess a valid driver's license.

•             Possess good moral character and be able to achieve a passing evaluation on the MMPI exam.

•             Have not been convicted of any felony or any misdemeanor (with the exception of minor traffic infractions) within the last 5 years. Must not have been convicted of any crime of domestic violence or moral turpitude.

•             All applicants must undergo an extensive background check, drug test. A physical assessment test may be administered for all uncertified applicants.

 

 

Applications may be obtained at the

Woodward County Sheriff's Office

1600 Main Street, Suite 1

Woodward, OK 73801

580-256-3264

Or by email mitchell@woodwardcounty.org

 

                                                                                                                                                         (1/14/2020)


 

The City of Yukon is looking for qualified individuals to become a part of the

Yukon Police Department family

 

Our department is seeking men and women from all backgrounds who welcome a challenge, and share our philosophy of community service. To those who accept the challenge, we offer not only excellent training, great compensation and benefits and ample opportunity for advancement, but also the opportunity to provide a service to the community.

 

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE

• Between the ages of 21 and 45, unless currently active in OPPRS

• Minimum of 60 accredited college hours or 2 years full time law enforcement experience or 2 years active duty military service with honorable discharge

• No felony or domestic violence convictions

• Valid driver’s license with clean driving record

• Must pass physical agility test, written exam, oral interview, polygraph and extensive background investigation

• Must pass Police Pension board physical and pre-employment drug screening. Including Psychological exam (MMPI)

 

COMPENSATION AND BENEFITS

• Salary – $46,472 starting with max non-supervisor pay $87,373 (annual step raises)

• Retirement – Oklahoma Police Pension and Retirement System – 20 year pension

• Insurance – Health & Dental

• Sick Leave – Paid days off per CBA.

• PTO – Paid days off per CBA.

• Officers work a 10 hour work day; 8 days worked followed by 6 days off; Every other weekend off

• Longevity, Education Incentive, College Tuition Reimbursement, Shooting Bonus, CLEET Incentive, Foreign Language and/or Sign Language Incentive, Uniforms and Equipment Provided, Municipal and District Court Pay, Overtime and C

 

 

APPLICATIONS ACCEPTED ONLINE ONLY UNTIL APRIL 3, 2020 AT 4:30PM.  CLICK THE LINK BELOW.

 

http://www.yukonok.gov/city-departments/personnel-job-openings/?fbclid=IwAR3-wcjvmzFPhx5XRHX8h8UEXBIwGpvHF4Jg9igr2DxlhnhH_udlPmhY7y4

                                                                                                                                                                (3/4/2020)