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Law Enforcement Job Opportunities

ATTENTION: To have position openings posted on the ILEA Job Board, please send a brief description with links and information on how to apply to James Miner at jminer@ilea.in.gov. Please include a closing date for accepting applications.  If no date is provided, the posting will expire after 30 days.


Indiana Law Enforcement Academy

For more information on exciting opportunities, including benefits and qualifications, go to www.workforindiana.in.gov and search using the Location code: Plainfield.


Terre Haute Police Department

The Terre Haute Police Department is currently accepting applications for the position of full-time sworn Police Officer.  
Applicants must be at least 21 years of age and not reach 40 years of age by date of appointment; possess a high school diploma or equivalent;
be a United States citizen; and have no felony convictions.  
Applicants must pass a written aptitude test and meet the Indiana Law Enforcement Academy physical fitness standards in order to advance in the applicant process.  
Benefits Include:
* Probationary Officer Salary at $51,304.
* 1st Class Officer Salary at $56,465.
* Maximum longevity $17,645.25 ($705.81 annually).
* Take home vehicle program.
* Shift differential pay.
* Annual clothing allowance.
* Cell phone stipend.
* Facial hair and visible tattoos allowed.
* Free medical insurance upon retirement.
* INPRS 1977 Pension.
* Specialty units include: Special Response Team (SWAT), Incident Response Team, Hostage Negotiators, Fatal Crash Team, Honor Guard, and K9 Unit.
Applications must be completed online and will be accepted through April 8, 2024.  
Interested persons should apply at https://www.terrehaute.in.gov/departments/pd/employment-opportunities/2023_thpdemployment .  
For further information or questions, please contact Captain Aaron Loudermilk at aaron.loudermilk@terrehaute.in.gov or 812-244-2644.


Cambridge City Police Department

The Cambridge City Police Department is currently taking applications for the position of full-time police officer.
Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.
Please click the following link https://www.cambridgecity.in.gov/ccpd to download the application and accompanying documents.  
The application is only available for download online.
Current ILEA Tier 1 and Tier 2 certified officers will be waived on the entry exam and PT test.
Benefits include:
Base Pay – $47,840 (increased based on experience)
Medical Dental & Vision insurance offered.
Health Savings Account contribution by the Town.
1 week of vacation after 6 months (increases with time) , Sick Time after 3 months (increases with time)
PERF (Public Employee Retirement Fund)
Department Issued Equipment and unforms.
Take Home Vehicle
Various Training Opportunities
12 Hour Shifts, 2 days on, 2 days off, every other Friday, Saturday, and Sunday off.


Clayton Police Department

The Clayton Police Department is accepting applications for Reserve Deputy Marshal for future openings.
Clayton is a growing community-oriented town just outside Plainfield. Join an experienced team of police officers and help serve the Town of Clayton!
Currently certified or current pre-basic officers are preferred but all are welcome to apply.  
Reserves are required to work 24hrs a month, plus training and special events or details as required.  
The Clayton Police Department does allow deputy marshals to work approved off duty employment once FTO is completed.
Requirements:
1. Shall be at least 21 years of age at the time of employment.
2. Shall be a U.S. Citizen.
3. Shall possess a valid driver’s license.
4. Shall have a high school diploma or GED equivalent.
5. Shall have no Felony convictions.
6. Must be able to pass a thorough background investigation.
7. Applicants selected as a Reserve Deputy Marshal may be asked to furnish some equipment.
To complete an application, obtain a paper application at Town Hall in Clayton (see the Clerk Treasurer or Assistant Clerk Treasurer)
or email Captain Brian Deubner at bdeubner@clayton-police.org.
Questions should also be directed to Captain Deubner.
Address: Clayton Town Hall, 4844 Iowa Street Clayton, IN 46118
We will be accepting applications starting today, ending April 15, 2024


Bartholomew County Sheriff’s Office

Bartholomew County Sheriff’s Office is opening a process for non-lateral applicants
Minimum Qualifications
* Shall possess a valid Indiana driver’s license (or obtain one within 60 days of becoming an Indiana resident) and have no more than 8 active points
* Shall be a U.S. citizen
* Shall be at least 21 years of age by the date of appointment
* Shall be drug-free and have no felony convictions
* Shall not have been convicted of a misdemeanor crime of domestic battery, stalking, or violations of Protective Order
* Shall not have any OWI convictions within the past 5 years prior to the time of application
* Shall not have been dishonorably discharged from the military
* Shall be a high school graduate or possess a GED certificate
* Shall not have used an illegal drug in the last three years
* Shall not have bought, sold (dealing), or possessed marijuana illegally within 1 year prior to time of application
* Shall not have bought, sold (dealing), or possessed any controlled substance or narcotic drug except marijuana without a prescription within 3 years prior to time of application
* ** Lateral candidates MUST meet all pre-employment minimum qualifications listed above as well as currently possess ILEA Tier I certification.***
Salary & Benefits
* Base Rate $70,000
* Bartholomew County Sheriff's Office utilizes a 20-year pay matrix.  Lateral entry candidates may start with up to three years of credit on the current pay matrix.  Starting salary will be calculated based on the candidates prior completed years of full time, sworn experience.  Completed years as Reserve, Part Time, or Volunteer services will not be awarded as credit toward the pay matrix.  Annual salary increases following the current 20-year matrix up to $89,600 for patrol.  Rank and Seniority are non-transferable and will not be taken into consideration for paid time off or scheduling purposes.
* In addition to base salary, the Bartholomew County Sheriff’s Office offers incentive pay for Water Rescue, Crash Reconstruction, Crime Scene Investigator, and Special Weapons (SWAT).
Additional Benefits
* Take home car upon completion of FTO program
* May live in a surrounding county
* Medical, Dental, and Vision insurance
* Life Insurance
* Pension calculated based on average of highest 5 years, maximum of 74% for 32 years of service.
* Paid Vacation, Holiday, Personal, and Sick time
* Shift Differential
* Clothing Allowance
* Military Incentive pay
* Department issued cell phone
Questions should be directed to sheriffjobs@bartholomew.in.gov
Posting expires April 15, 2024


Jasper County Sheriff’s Office

The Jasper County Sheriff’s Office is accepting applications for the position of Sheriff Deputy.
Lateral transfer applicants are also encouraged to apply and would be waived from the physical and written testing requirements of the hiring process.  
Applicants must be 21 years old at the time of appointment, earned a high school diploma or equivalent, have no felony or serious misdemeanor convictions, possess a valid driver license, and meet all requirements of eligibility for the Indiana Law Enforcement Academy.
**Physical Agility Standards:
Each applicant will be required to perform, at a minimum, the following standards:
Vertical Jump - 16 Inches
One Minute Sit-ups – 29
300 Meter Run - 71 Seconds
Minimum Push-ups – 25
1.5 Mile Run - 16 Minutes 28 Seconds                                                                              
Benefits include:
* Beginning salary for a non-certified recruit would be $54,312.00, certified officers salary will be based upon experience and training up to $67,575.00    
Medical and Dental, Paid Holidays, Vacation, and Personal Time, Sheriff’s Retirement Pension, 457 B Retirement Options, Take home vehicle program, Clothing allowance, Dept. issued cell phone, Facial hair/Tattoos.
Specialties: Investigations, STS, K9 Unit, Drone, FTO, DRE, SRO, Accident Reconstruction and Instructor.
Obtain an application from the following web address: https://www.Jaspercountypolice.com Application deadline is end of business on March 22, 2024
Submit completed applications to the Jasper County Sheriff’s Office P.O. Box 296 2171 N. McKinley Avenue, Rensselaer, Indiana 47978.
Any questions should be directed to Sgt. Steve Holder at s.holder@jaspercountypolice.com .


Sullivan City Police Department

The Sullivan City Police Department is taking applications for Full-Time Patrolman including a Lateral Hire process.
Whether you’re looking to begin a new career, or continue your career in a new city…
The Sullivan City Police Department is hiring eligible applicants that are 21-39 years old, able to pass the ILEA (Indiana Law Enforcement Academy) physical testing standards and have no felonies or domestic battery arrests. This position includes competitive salary, insurance, a retirement pension, paid holidays, and a clothing allowance after the first year. Applications will be accepted through April 8, 2024, or until filled.
Candidates can apply at: https://www.cognitoforms.com/SullivanCityPoliceDepartment/SullivanCityPoliceDepartmentApplication
Some Benefits included are:
- Salary $56,000/yr.
- City paid insurance for employee.
- Indiana PERF
- Annual $1,800 Uniform Allowance after one year
- Take home vehicle program.
- 12-hour shifts (3 on 3 off)
- Paid time off (Vacation, Comp time earned, Holiday)
- Off duty employment
- Facial hair/tattoos permitted.
Contact SullivanPoliceDept@cityofsullivan.in.gov with any questions.


Wayne County Sheriff’s Office

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Are you an experienced law enforcement officer ready to take your career to the next level? Look no further! The Wayne County Sheriff’s Office is actively seeking highly skilled individuals to join our team as Merit Deputy law enforcement officers.
Why Wayne County Sheriff’s Office?
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Benefits:.
* Paid vacation
* Floating holidays
* Surrounding county residency
* Take home vehicle
* Personal, and medical leave
* 3-day weekend every other week
* Specialist and promotional opportunities
Think you have what it takes to excel in this role? Here’s what you need to know:
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Don’t miss out on this incredible opportunity to join a dynamic team dedicated to serving and protecting our community. Apply now and fast-track your career with the Wayne County Sheriff’s Office!
Apply online at https://sheriff.co.wayne.in.us/patrolForm or contact us at 765-973-9393 for more details.
Wayne County Sheriff’s Office is an equal opportunity employer and welcomes applicants from all backgrounds.


Lebanon Police Department

Lebanon Police have a process opening on March 1st and runs until March 29th
Pre-employment applications and required documents can also be picked up at the Lebanon Police Department located at 201 E Main Street in Lebanon, Indiana, during regular hours of operations.
All Pre-employment applications and required documents are due by March 29, 2024, by 4 pm.
Pre-employment applications and required documents can be dropped off at the Lebanon Police Department or emailed to Ruthie Armas at Rarmas@Lebanon.IN.gov.
If there are any questions, Ruthie Armas can be contacted via email or phone at (765) 482-8836.
Police Benefits
* Pay – $61,156 – $68,200
* Medical Dental & Vision
* City Contributing HSA
* Vacation, Personal Time, Sick Time
* PERF 1977 Pension Fund
* Deferred Compensation Retirement Options
* Department Issued Equipment
* Take Home Vehicle Program
* Various Training Opportunities
* Clothing Allowance
* Paid Parental Leave
* 8 Hour Shifts
* 3 Days Off Schedule
Specialties (Teams)
* Investigations
* Field Training Officer
* Evidence Technician
* Crash Re-constructionist
* Bicycle Unit
* D.A.R.E. (Drug Abuse Resistance Education)
* K9 Unit
* SRT (Special Response Team)
* Instructor
* DRE (Drug Recognition Expert)
* CNT (Crisis Negotiation Team)
* PIO (Public Information Officer)
Miscellaneous
* Private Shooting Range
* 12 Miles of Interstate
* County Seat


Pittsboro Police Department

Hiring Tier 1 ILEA  Certified Officers
Application process ends April 01, 2024
Apply at    https://www.pittsboropolice.org

-Starting Pay: $71,920
-100 % Employer paid medical dental and vision
-Employer Health Savings Account  $4,500 single  $6,000 family
-INPRS 1977 Pension
-Additional 457 Deferred Compensation Retirement
-$1500 Yearly uniform allowance ($750 x 2)
-12 hour work shifts (every other Fri Sat Sun off)
-Take Home vehicle
-Department issued phone


Auburn Police Department

The Auburn Police Department is now accepting applications for Full-Time Patrol Officers for the City of Auburn.  These applications are for both Lateral and Probationary Officers.

Applicants shall be a United States citizen, at least 21 years of age and less than 40 years of age, at the time of employment, possess a valid Indiana driver’s license, be a high school graduate or equivalent, have no felony convictions, no serious misdemeanor convictions, no domestic violence convictions, and if offered a position, must obtain residence within a contiguous county to DeKalb County, Indiana within 180 days.

Benefits Include:

  • Patrol Officer salary $61,346.48 per year (Probationary Year $57,988.84)
  • Longevity Pay (1% of Base Salary Per Year after 5 years)
  • $700 Yearly uniform & equipment allowance
  • Take-home car program
  • Medical, dental, and vision health insurance plans
  • Group Life, Disability, Term Life, Accident, Cancer and Critical Insurance Offered
  • Overtime/Off-Duty employment opportunities
  • INPRS 1977 Pension
  • Additional 457B Retirement Plan offered
  • Cell Phone Provided by City
  • Paid vacation, holiday, sick, personal and bereavement time
  • FSA Health Account available
  • Arm Tattoos and Facial Hair within Department Guidelines
  • 8-hour Work Schedule (5 days on 2 days off/ 5 days on 3 days off)
  • Specialty Units: K-9, Crime Scene, Drone, SWAT and more.

Completed applications are to be submitted by Sunday, March 17, 2024 at 4:00 PM.

Apply at: www.ci.auburn.in.us under the Careers Tab

After submitting your application, you will be notified with additional information regarding the testing time and location for Physical Agility Testing, PEP Testing, and Written Testing.


Indiana State Police Capitol Police Section

The Indiana State Police Capitol Police Section is accepting applications for traditional and lateral applicants.  Individuals interested in beginning a rewarding career as a Capitol Police Officer may apply online at https://www.in.gov/isp/career-opportunities/capitol-police/. This website provides a detailed synopsis of the application process and information on additional career opportunities with the Indiana State Police.  Applications must be submitted by  11:59 pm (EST) on Sunday, March 31, 2024.

The starting salary for a Capitol Police Probationary Officer is $62,327 a year.  After the first year of employment, the salary will increase to $64,472.

The starting salary for Retired or Police Officers in good standing with their agency having twenty (20) or more years of experience as a Tier I or Tier II Officer is $75,431.  

Basic Eligibility Requirements for Traditional Applicants:

  1. Must be a United States citizen.
  2. Must be at least 21 years of age when appointed as a police employee. (Traditional Recruit Graduation/Appointment Date: September 21, 2024)
  3. Must meet a minimum vision standard (corrected or uncorrected) of 20/50 acuity in each eye and 20/50 distant binocular acuity in both eyes.
  4. Must possess a valid driver's license to operate an automobile.
  5. Must be a high school graduate as evidenced by a diploma or general equivalency diploma (GED).

Lateral Applicants:

Must be a merit law enforcement officer with an Indiana Law Enforcement Tier I or Tier II Certification. Out-of-state law enforcement officers are eligible if their certification is determined to be equivalent to the Indiana Law Enforcement Training Board standards. A finishing school will begin on June 24, 2024.

The Indiana State Police Capitol Police Section also offers an excellent health care plan, including medical, dental, vision, and pharmacy coverage for current and retired employees and their families.  The State maintains short-term and long-term disability plans for full-time employees after six (6) months of continuous employment.  As an Indiana State Police Capitol Police Officer, you are automatically enrolled in the Public Employees Retirement Fund (PERF), and the State will contribute to your retirement account.

Interested applicants can obtain additional information about a career as a Capitol Police Officer by visiting https://www.in.gov/isp/career-opportunities/capitol-police/.  Applicants can also contact a recruiter at isprecruiting@isp.in.gov.

Please follow our social media platforms below for selection process updates.


Westfield Police Department

The City of Westfield is accepting applications for the position of: Sworn Police Officer.  Both entry and lateral officers are encouraged to apply.

Applications must be received by 11:59 p.m. on March 10, 2024. Once you begin a process it may take between 2 - 12 months to complete AND will be for open funded position(s) in mid to late 2024.

Starting salary up to: $73,500 - $85,575

Current Pay Band: (2184 hrs / 12-hour shifts)

Probationary year   - $73,500

2nd Class (Years 2 through 4) - $78,750

1st Class (Years 4+) - $85,575

(*Sworn officers can lateral in at up to 5 years compensation and vacation time)

Longevity Pay: $200 per year (years 1-10), $250 per year (years 11-25).

Benefits:

  • Vacation (up to 120 hrs for laterals)
  • Personal (40 hrs)
  • Holiday (104 hrs)
  • Health Saving Plan
  • Employer Health Center
  • Paid Mental Health Services
  • 1977 Police/Fire PERF
  • Medical, Dental, & Eye Coverage.

Incentives:

  • Take Home Vehicle
  • Issued Cell Phones
  • Advanced Equipment
  • Minimum 3hr Court Time
  • Minimum 3hr Callout Pay
  • Visible Tattoos
  • Facial Hair
  • Specialty Pay / Stipends
  • $1250 Physical Fitness Pay
  • On/Off Duty Workout Time
  • Extra & Off-duty Work Opportunities
  • Night Shift Differential (+$2184 yr)
  • College Tuition Payments (up to $5000 yr)

To fill out a pre-application, go to www.westfield.in.gov/police

To contact someone on the recruiting team, email wpdrecruiting@westfield.in.gov


Greendale Police Department

Greendale Police Department
Accepting Applications
Full Time Patrolman
Applications can be obtained and turned into the Greendale Police Department 480 Ludlow Street, Greendale, IN 47025.  There is a clerk available Monday-Friday from 8:00 a.m. till 4:00 p.m. 812-537-1321
Applications can also be obtained by going to the following link: https://www.cityofgreendale.net/  go to services, scroll down to Police Department then to Employment.
Once completed it can be emailed to the Chief of Police, Shane Slack at sslack@cityofgreendale.net or dropped off.  (Last day to submit March 18, 2024)
* Applicants must be U.S. Citizens, possess a valid Indiana driver’s license and a high school diploma or GED equivalent.
* Applicants must be at a minimum of 21 years of age and less than 40 years of age, unless already a member of the 1977 Police/Firefighter Fund.
* Applicants must be able to pass a thorough background check
* Applicants must demonstrate honesty and integrity
* Applicants may be required to submit to a physical agility test and other testing that may be deemed appropriate.
* Applicants must possess high moral, ethical and professional standards.
Benefits:
* 2024 1st Class Patrolman rate of pay $28.50/hour
* 1977 IN Police Perf Pension the city contributes the full 23.50% for the officer
* Annual Clothing allowance
* Patrolman will work a twelve-hour shift and will have a take home vehicle
* Longevity Pay is accumulated after the first year
* Paid Time Off (PTO)
* Health, Vision, and Dental Insurance coverage after 90 Days (single $60 per month/family $100 per month)


Lowell Police Department

The Lowell Police Department is seeking applicants for a full-time police officer position.
Applicants are required to be certified from an Indiana state accredited police academy.
Applicants must already be in the Public Employees Retirement Fund (PERF) or be able to pass all physical and age requirements to enter.
Applications may be requested by email or picked up at the Lowell Police Department 1333 E. Commercial
Avenue during the designated times. Email requests should be sent to Chief James Woestman at
jwoestman@696cops.com. Applications must be submitted in person at the Lowell Police Department. The hours for
receiving or returning the applications are Monday through Friday, 8 am to 4 pm.
Applications are due by March 28, 2024 at 4 pm.
SALARY AND BENEFITS
*Starting pay with 1 year of experience is $66,060.80 and moves to 1st Class pay of $71,427.20 after a 90 day probation
*PERF 1st Class Special retirement rate of $87,110.40
*Vacation time granted dependent on experience
*11 Holidays paid at 2.5 pay rate if worked or 8 hours of straight pay if off
*Health Insurance-medical, dental, vision, life insurance
*Longevity, college, specialty, and incentive pay, clothing allowance
*Sick, vacation, and personal days
*Take home vehicle for adjoining counties to Lake County
*On duty workout time
*12 hour work shifts
SPECIALTY ASSIGNMENTS AND TRAINING
*NWR SWAT *K9 *Investigations *SRO *Major Crimes Task Force *FTO *South County Crash Team
*District 1 Strike Team *Bike Patrol *Emergency Medical Responder *Bi-monthly jiu-jitsu based DT training
*Average over 100+ hours of in-service training yearly per officer
*Large grant budget as member of LC Traffic Safety Partnership


Fort Wayne Police Department

The Fort Wayne Police Department is now accepting applications for the 69th Basic Recruit Class.
Applications must be completed online, and interested applicants may begin that process by visiting https://www.joinfwpd.org or by texting JOINFWPD to 260-233-9850. The application period is open from March 1 – May 31, 2024.
Interested applicant:
* Must be between the ages of 21 – 39 at the time of appointment (Approximately June 20th, 2025)
* Must be a U.S. Citizen
* Must have a High School Diploma or equivalent.
* Must have a current, valid, driver’s license.
* Have no felony convictions and cannot be on probation or parole.
* Must be physically and mentally capable of performing the essential job functions of the patrol officer position.
* All candidates must pass and complete all pre-employment testing outlined here: https://joinfwpd.org/police-recruit/. Pre-employment testing planned for July – December 2024.
FWPD Officers retire with paid insurance premiums*.
Additional benefits include:
* Current base pay: $76,923*
o 1st year pay is 90% - $69,232*
o 2nd year pay is 95% - $73,078*
o 3rd year pay 100% - $76,923*
* Shift Bonus
o 2nd Shift (2PM – 10:30PM) - $3,300.00 per year.
o 3rd Shift (10PM – 6:30AM) - $6,300.00 per year.
o 8.5-hour shifts. 4 days on, 2 days off.
* Pension eligibility at 20 years of service with paid insurance premiums by the City of Fort Wayne. Officers may max out their pension at 32 years of service.
* Retention/Longevity bonus start at $1,500.00 in year 2, and up to $10,000.00 at year 20.
* Yearly education bonus
o $450 Associates Degree.
o $900 Bachelors Degree.
o $1400 Masters Degree.
o $1900 Doctorate.
* Veteran Bonus
o $450 per year for qualifying Veterans*
* Additional earning opportunities
o Overtime is paid at time and a half.
o Court time is paid at double time.
o Holidays pay up to double time, plus receive the hours back if you work.
o FTO Pay.
o Call out team bonus*
* Vacation
o 7 Days for 6mo – 1yr and up to 34 days at 20 years.
o 10 personal days every year.
* Take home vehicle program with fuel paid for.
* All equipment is provided.
* Health, dental, and vision insurance options. Learn more at: https://www.cityoffortwayne.org/city-benefits.html
* Gym reimbursement up to $400 per year.
Visit https://joinfwpd.org/ or text JOINFWPD to 260-233-9850 to begin.


Bartholomew County Sheriff’s Office

Bartholomew County Sheriff’s Office – Certified/Lateral ONLY process
Dates Closes April 15, 2024
Eligibility
Must be an Indiana Certified Police Officer or qualify for an ILEA waiver.
* Shall possess a valid Indiana driver’s license (or obtain one within 60 days of becoming an Indiana resident) and have no more than 8 active points
* Shall be a U.S. citizen
* Shall be at least 21 years of age by the date of appointment
* Shall be drug-free and have no felony convictions
* Shall not have been convicted of a misdemeanor crime of domestic battery, stalking, or violations of Protective Order
* Shall not have any OWI convictions within the past 5 years prior to the time of application
* Shall not have been dishonorably discharged from the military
* Shall be a high school graduate or possess a GED certificate
* Shall not have used an illegal drug in the last three years
* Shall not have bought, sold (dealing), or possessed marijuana illegally within 1 year prior to time of application
* Shall not have bought, sold (dealing), or possessed any controlled substance or narcotic drug except marijuana without a prescription within 3 years prior to time of application
Salary:
* Base Lateral Rate $70,000
* Annual salary increases following the current 20-year matrix up to $89,600 for patrol.  
* Lateral entry candidates may start with up to three years of credit on the current pay matrix.
* Starting salary will be calculated based on the candidates prior completed years of full time, sworn experience.  Completed years as Reserve, Part Time, or Volunteer services will not be awarded as credit toward the pay matrix.  
* Rank and Seniority are non-transferable and will not be taken into consideration for paid time off or scheduling purposes.
* In addition to base salary, the Bartholomew County Sheriff’s Office offers incentive pay for Water Rescue, Crash Reconstruction, Crime Scene Investigator, and Special Weapons (SWAT).
Benefits
* Take home car upon completion of FTO program
* May live in a surrounding county
* Medical, Dental, and Vision insurance
* Life Insurance
* Pension calculated based on average of highest 5 years, maximum of 74% for 32 years of service.
* Paid Vacation, Holiday, Personal, and Sick time
* Shift Differential
* Clothing Allowance
* Military Incentive pay
* Department issued cell phone
* Beard and tattoos accepted, as approved by the Sheriff
Additional information and apply at: Bartholomew County Sheriff, IN Police Jobs - Certified | PoliceApp
Applicants should direct all questions to sheriffjobs@bartholomew.in.gov


Burns Harbor Police Department

The Burns Harbor Police Department is currently accepting applications to fill a vacant full-time position.  
Applications can be obtained in person from the Burns Harbor Police Department, or upon request by emailing Clerk Michelle Watkins at PoliceClerk@BurnsHarbor-IN.gov.  
Applications must be submitted no later than 3 p.m. on Friday, March 8, 2024.  
For any questions, please contact our department at (219) 787-9412.
Benefits include:
* Salary-$56,950 (Upon completion of probationary period)
* Longevity rates based on years of service
* Uniform allowance $1500
* Take home patrol vehicle (within Porter County)
* 10 paid holidays
* 12-hour shift
* Alternating weekends off
* Paid vacation after one year, increases with time
* 40 hours of sick time
* Health, dental, vision, life insurance benefits
* INPRS retirement (Currently transitioning to 1977 FUND)
o Contact department for details.


Spencer Police Department

The Spencer Police Department is now hiring for the position of Patrol Officer for the Town of Spencer, Indiana. An application can be obtained from the Spencer Police Department located at 80 N. West Street Spencer, Indiana or by calling 812-829-3932 to make arraignments for a faxed or emailed application. Apply before March 20, 2024.

Applicants Shall:

  • Be a US citizen.
  • Possess a Valid Indiana Drivers’ License.
  • Be at least 21 years of age.
  • Have no Domestic Battery or Felony convictions.
  • Be a High School Graduate or GED equivalent.
  • Must live in Owen or a connecting county.
    Must have a legal ability to possess a firearm.
    Must satisfy all requirements imposed by State or Federal Law.
    Must not have been dishonorably discharged from any military service.
    Must successfully complete and pass all parts of the application process.
    Must be able to meet ILEA physical fitness exit standards.
    Be willing to submit to a polygraph or voice stress test.
    Submit to and pass drug screen.

Available benefits:

  • Uniforms provided upon hiring, with $1000.00 yearly uniform allowance after first year of service. (paid half in January, and half in July)
  • Paid Holidays, Vacation, Sick and Bereavement Leave.
  • P.E.R.F. retirement with supplemental state S.T.A.R.T retirement $20.00 match from the town per pay.
  • 10 Hour work shifts with every other weekend off. (4-day weekends)
  • Health/ Dental and vision insurance
  • Supplemental medical through a local clinic paid by the town.
  • Tattoos are acceptable so long as they are appropriate.
  • Facial hair allowed, neat & trimmed.
  • Starting pay $21.19/hourly, for non-certified. After successful completion of ILEA Tier-1 pay increases to $22.34/hourly. Interested lateral hires may be subject to increased pay rate upon hire. *Lateral recruits exempt from PT and written exam. *

812-829-3932 Tel. or 812-829-3253 Fax


Valparaiso Police Department

The Valparaiso Police Department is accepting applications for Police Officer.
Applicants must complete the application via PoliceApp.com or at www.valparaisopolice.org.  
The minimum requirements to be considered for this opportunity are, applicant: must be 21—40 years of age, hold a high school diploma or GED,
be a United States Citizen, possess a valid driver’s license and have no prior felony convictions.  
For more information about employment as a Valparaiso Police Officer, including a job description, log on to the Recruitment section of our website.  
A lateral transfer program (salary/vacation) is also available to qualified applicants; however, participation in the testing phase is mandatory for employment consideration.  
All applications must be returned no later than 4:00pm on March 14, 2024 to be considered for the scheduled agility/written tests.  
The current testing options are April 3, 2024 at 5:00pm, as well as April 6, 2024 at 8:00am.  
All testing will be conducted at the Valparaiso Police Department.


Warsaw Police Department

The Warsaw Police Department is currently accepting applications for probationary patrol officers including lateral transfer officers.  
Applications can be accessed by logging onto warsaw.in.gov and clicking the teal “Job Opportunities” tab.  
1. Must be at least 21 and/or be appointed before the age of 40.
2. Must be a U.S. citizen.
3. Possess a valid Indiana driver’s license.
4. Must have a high school diploma or GED equivalent.    
5. Reside within 50 miles of the City of Warsaw at the time of appointment.
Benefits include:
1. 2024 starting probationary salary - $63,435.  Lateral probationary patrol officer/ILEA transfers will
also receive 1% longevity per year up to five years for prior law enforcement.  
2. 1977 Pension fund.
3. Shift differential.
4. $1,200 Clothing allowance.
5. Take home vehicle (up to 50 miles)
6. Longevity pay 1% per year (up to 20 years).
7. Health, vision, and dental insurance.
8. $50,000 life insurance policy paid by the city.
9. Retiree insurance for employees at least 52 years of age and 20 years of Service with the City of Warsaw.
For any questions, please contact the Warsaw Police Department at (574) 385-2104.  
Posting is open until filled.


Fortville Police Department

Fortville Police Department is now accepting lateral and non-lateral applications for the position of patrol officer.
Requirements:
1. Must be a resident citizen of the United States
2. Applicants must be 21 years of age
3. Have a valid Driver’s License
4. High School Diploma or equivalent
5. Must be able to pass a background investigation
6. Must submit to oral interviews
7. Must pass written exam and physical agility testing based on ILEA Exit Standards ( laterals exempt from physical )
8. Never been convicted of Domestic Battery or a Felony Charge
9. Must pass a polygraph
Benefits include:
- Take home vehicle program (if eligible): Off duty use within Hancock County and bordering counties
- Specialty Pay: FTO,SWAT,K9,COLLEGE DEGREE,DETECTIVE,AND MORE
- Perf 77 (Police and Fire retirement fund)
- Uniform Policy: Beards and Tattoos allowed, Blue/Tan uniform options
- Insurance (dental, vision, health)
- Paid Leave (vacation, personal, sick, pto)
- Every other weekend off schedule
- Expedited lateral process
- $1,875 yearly bonus
- First class patrolman pay $63,073(Pay based on experience)
Deadline for applications will be March 15, 2024 at 4pm
Anticipate testing to begin at the end of March 2024.
**Applications can be obtained at www.fortvilleindiana.org under police tab and or in station.
Any questions? And or to submit applications via email Officer Freitas afreitas@fortvillepd.org
Applications can also be submitted via mail or in person:
Fortville Police Department
714 E Broadway St
Fortville, IN 46040
(317)485-4055


Ingalls Police Department

The Ingalls Police Department is now accepting applications for a Full Time Police Officer.
Ingalls PD now offers a lateral entry program, with vacation and pay benefits. (Starting up to $51,000)
-All applicants must be at least 21 years of age at time of appointment.
-Applicants must possess a high school diploma or GED equivalent, a valid driver’s license, must have no felony convictions or misdemeanor convictions for domestic violence, and must be a U.S. citizen.
-Applicants shall be subject to written and physical ability testing, thorough background, polygraph, and psychological exam. (laterals may be exempt from some testing)
*2024 pay scale is as the follows:
-$46,000-$51,0000 you will be eligible for a year-end review in November/December, along with the possibility of a merit increase based on your job performance.
Ingalls PD also guarantees longevity pay each year at a rate of $100 per year of service. Based on your start date, you will receive your first $100 payment in December 2025.
The Ingalls Police Department offers the following benefits:
-Take home car policy (with 30 miles radius from PD)
-Facial Hair Permitted
-Tattoo Policy
-Accrued Comp Time @ 1.5 hours per hour worked
-120 hours of Paid Time Off (PTO) after successful completion of your 180-day introductory period. 40 of those hours may be used during your introductory period with the approval of your supervisor. The remaining 80 hours will become immediately available to you upon completion of your introductory period.
PTO is awarded annually at the beginning of each year at the following rates:
-1st – 2nd Year = 120 Hours; 3rd – 6th Year = 160 Hours; 7+ Year = 200 Hours
-Ingalls PD will match current vacation time for lateral transfers up to 200hrs
-17 paid holidays
-all uniforms and equipment department supplied
-99% paid Health for officers and 80% paid health for spouse or family coverage, 100% paid Dental, vision insurance
-100% town funded INPRS (PERF) Civilian pension
Please contact Ingalls PD Captain Tony Keogh at tkeogh@ingalls.in.gov if you have any questions regarding the hiring process.  
To obtain an application please visit - https://www.ingalls.in.gov/ingalls-police-officer or pick up at the Ingalls Police Department.  
Posting expires March 31, 2024


Marion Police Department

The Marion Police Department is currently accepting applications for Patrol Officer.
Requirements:
-21 years of age at the time of appointment.
-High school diploma or GED
-US Citizen
-Valid Driver’s License
- No felonies/drug free
-Meet minimum physical requirements
Benefits Include:
-Starting pay $53, 954
-10 hr. shifts -  4 on / 3 off
-Vacation (80 hours at 1 year, 120 hours at 2 year, 160 hours at 5 years, 200 hours at 10 years, 240 hours at 15 years and 280 hours at 20+ years)
-Personal days (90 hours per year)
- Sick Days – (unused sick time is paid out at time and a half once a year)
-Full family insurance package
-Take home car after one year
-Clothing pay
-Holiday pay
-Retirement package
-Workout facilities on premises
-Lateral officers are welcomed, and receive pay and time off based on time served as a full time Tier I certified officer.
-11 positions open as of February 1, 2024
Applications can be picked up at our office at 301 S Branson Street, Marion Indiana or by requesting through email msorensen@cityofmarion.in.gov.
For more information, please visit https://cityofmarion.in.gov/government/departments/police/job-opportunities
Posting expires July 31, 2024
Contact cbutche@cityofmarion.in.gov or  msorensen@cityofmarion.in.gov with any questions.


Peru Police Department

The Peru Police Department is now accepting applications for Probationary Police Officer.
Peru PD now offers lateral entry program, with vacation and pay benefits. (Starting up to $62,084)
-All applicants must be at least 21 years of age and not older than 40 years of age at the time appointment.
-Applicants must possess a high school diploma or GED equivalent, a valid driver’s license, must have not felony convictions, misdemeanor convictions of domestic violence, and must be a U.S. citizen.
-Applicants shall be subject to written and physical ability testing, thorough background, polygraph, and psychological exam.
*2024 pay scale is as the follows:
$50,069.00-$62,084.00
The Peru Police Department offers the following benefits:
-Take home car policy
-Facial Hair Permitted
-Tattoo Policy
-Accrued Comp Time
-Paid Personal Days
-Paid Sick Days
-Paid Holidays
-Specialty pay opportunities
-Yearly Clothing Allowance ($1,000.00)
-Health, Dental, vision insurance with a city contributed to HSA (health saving account)
-INPRS (PERF) 1977 police and fire pension
Please contact Peru Pension Secretary Lt. James J. Ulery at julery@perupd.org is you have any questions regarding the hiring process.  
To obtain an application please visit https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/cityofperuin
Posting expires March 6, 2024


Seymour Police Department

The Seymour Police Department is currently accepting applications for a career in Law Enforcement. The Seymour Police Department is seeking professional individuals who will support, protect, defend, and obey the Constitutions and Laws of the United States of America, the State of Indiana, and the Regulations of the Seymour Police Department.
The City of Seymour is located along I65 between Indianapolis and Louisville and is considered the "Crossroads of America" as the two major railroads intersect in downtown Seymour. Seymour Indiana has an approximate population of 20,000. However, the City of Seymour has several large industrial parks, who employ many, that commute daily to the Seymour area. Applicants must be able to pass a physical agility test (ILEA Exit Standards) and written exam prior to being considered eligible for employment. The physical agility test will be conducted at 8:00AM on the morning of Saturday April 13, 2024, at Trinity Lutheran High School, 7120 N County Road 875 E, Seymour, IN 47274. The written exam will be conducted after the physical agility test on Saturday April 13, 2024. Additional information will be given to applicants who pass the physical agility test. There will be no make-up days available.
The Seymour Police Department is an equal opportunity employer looking for highly qualified individuals willing to protect and serve their community.
Applications can be obtained at the Seymour Police Department or online at https://seymourpd.com/ Deadline to turn in applications is Wednesday April 10, 2024.  
Signed applications can also be emailed to Lt. Michael Cooper at mecooper@seymour.in.gov .
* 2023 Starting salary of $61,509.00 a year (with 1% per year longevity)
* Top patrolman salary of $76,886.25 (with 25-year longevity)
* $2,000 annual uniform allowance
* $1,000 health incentive if you pass annual physical agility test
* $4,000 annual night shift incentive
* $225 annual instructor pay for LETB Certified Instructors
* $360 annual for Breath Test Certified
* Retirement pension through 1977 Police and Fire
* Vacation, Holidays, Personal time, and Comp time
* Bereavement Leave
* Take home patrol car with off duty uses (must live within 20 miles of the city)
* Short term and long-term disability
* Health, Dental, Vision insurance
* Paid Overtime Opportunities and Compensatory Time Accrual
* Visible Tattoos and Facial Hair Authorized (some restrictions)
* 12 Hour Shifts with alternating weekends off
A. High School graduate or equivalent – G.E.D.
B. Must graduate or have graduated from the Indiana Law Enforcement Academy.
C. Ability to make critical decisions under adverse or emergency conditions.
D. Ability to obtain an Indiana Driver’s License and develop an above average driving ability.
E. Ability to physically defend oneself.
F. Ability to administer first aid.
G. Require detailed knowledge of Department Goals and Procedures.
H. May require the ability to analyze complex problems and design recommended sets of acceptable alternative solutions.
I. Ability to perform chemical tests and operate specialized and or technical equipment such as radar, photographic equipment, audio/video recording devices.
J. Knowledge of substantive criminal law, criminal procedural law and criminal rules of evidence and traffic laws.
K. Broad knowledge of methods and procedures of conducting criminal investigations.
L. Ability to qualify in the use of various types of firearms and other types of weapons that may be used in the performance of duty.
M. Work varies day-to-day involving many unique situations.
N. Ability to use police communications equipment in a professional and appropriate manner.


Metropolitan School District of Warren Township

The Metropolitan School District of Warren Township is now accepting applications for the position of a part-time School Resource Officer.
The Warren Township School Police Department is responsible for providing safety and security for the students and staff of the MSD of Warren Township community.
Preferred applicants must be Tier 1 ILEA certified.
Minimum applicant qualifications:
* High school graduate or GED equivalent
* Possess a valid driver’s license
* Pass a criminal background check
* Pass a psychological evaluation
* Able to meet ILEA physical standards
If you are interested in joining the MSD of Warren Township School Police Department, please send your resume to Dianne Hedrick at dhedrick1@warren.k12.in.us
Posting open until filled.
Here is the link to apply.
https://www.applitrack.com/warrentmsd/onlineapp/jobpostings/view.asp


Argos Police Department

The Argos Police Department is accepting applications for a Full-time Police Officer, until the position is filled.
Link to application:
https://www.townofargos.com/application/files/5817/0509/1787/Police_Employment_Application_updated_01_2024.pdf
Applicants must be at least 21 years old and less than 40 years old (per pension requirements) at the date of hire, possess high school diploma/GED, valid driver’s license, US Citizenship, and no Felony convictions.
Applicants must pass physical & written exam, oral interview, background check and polygraph.
Lateral applicants are encouraged to apply w/ benefits based on years of service and certifications.
Salary and Benefits:
2024 First class patrolman: $66,335.20
2025 First class patrolman: $69,165.20
2026 First class patrolman: $71,995.20
10 Paid holidays- included in above listed salaries
Cover Shift Differential
$200 Per year longevity pay w/ no cap
1977 PERF Retirement Fund
Medical, Dental & Vision Insurance
12hr. Shift- Pittman Schedule
$1000 Clothing allowance stipend
Gym membership stipend
Beards & tattoos allowed

Mail completed applications to:
Town of Argos
201 W. Walnut St.
Argos, IN 46501

Hand deliver applications to the Argos Police Department:
119 W. Walnut St.
Argos, IN 46501
For questions, please contact Chief Rodney Rudd at Rrudd@townofargos.com


Hancock County Sheriff’s Office

The Hancock County Sheriff’s Office is seeking to hire qualified individuals who embrace the law enforcement community by serving as Jail Officers.
If you are someone who thrives in a fast paced work environment, that possesses great communication skills, and has a passion for community then we are looking for you.
Hancock County is a great place to grow your law enforcement career and to work with an existing top-notch team.
Full time Jail Officer employees receive:
- Probationary jail officer starting salary: $50,200
- Pay matrix of $250.00 for each year of employment
- 12 hour shifts with every other weekend off
- Life insurance – $25,000 benefit at no cost to employee
- Short term and long term disability provided by county – pays %60 of salary on short term disability
- Free health clinic (employees must be on the county insurance plan - elective dental & vision options available)
- Uniform and firearm provided
- Two weeks of (PTO) given on start date
- Retirement benefits including optional 457(b) plan
- 40 hour Jail School by ILEA
- Opportunities for additional training
Application requirements for employment:
- Must be at least 21 years of age
- US Citizen
- High school diploma or general education degree (GED) required
- Must possess a valid driver’s license
- No felony conviction and no misdemeanor Domestic Violence conviction
- Ability to pass a background check, drug test, physical and psychological exam
Please contact Captain Bridget Foy by email Bridget.Foy@hancockin.gov or by phone 317-477-1178 ext. 3105 for more information.
Deadline for process is March 31, 2024.


Greenfield Police Department

The Greenfield Police Department is accepting applications for the position of full-time Police Officer.
Lateral applicants are also encouraged to apply. Applicants must be at least 21 years old and less than 40 years old (per pension requirements)
at the date of hire, possess high school diploma/GED, valid driver’s license, and US Citizenship.
Benefits Include:
*Probationary pay of $63,815.98
* Senior Patrolman (after 3 years) salary $70,247.34
* Uniforms and equipment furnished
* Take-home car program with off-duty use (if residence within 22 miles of Department)
* Medical, dental and vision insurance plans (PPO/HSA options)
* Optional 457b retirement account with 4.5% City of Greenfield match
* Paid overtime opportunities and compensatory time accrual
* INPRS 1977 Pension
* Longevity Pay up to $5,000 ($250 per year of service)
* Specialty Pay
* Body Worn Camera Technology
* Visible tattoos and facial hair allowed (with approval/restrictions)
* On-duty workout time in our gym
* Floating Holidays
* Many opportunities for specialties and advancement
* Lateral transfer program
o Abbreviated hiring process (no written test or panel interview)
o Abbreviated lateral FTO program
o Take-home vehicle after successful completion of Field Training Program
o Pay rate and vacation days reflect years of prior service after completion of FTO
Applications will be accepted all year.  Applications can be completed online at www.policeapp.com and searching Greenfield, IN.  
The Physical Agility Test (ILEA Exit Standards) and the Written Test will be conducted as needed.  
Applicants will be notified of a cut-off date for fully-completed applications to be invited to participate in a scheduled process.  
Upon successful completion of the physical agility and written test, interviews will be scheduled.
For further questions, please contact Deputy Chief Chuck McMichael at lmcmichael@greenfieldin.org
Expires December 31, 2024


Long Beach Police Department

The Long Beach Police Department is currently accepting applications for a full-time Deputy Marshal opening on our evening shift 6pm to 6am.
The Deputy Marshal encompasses the front-line police officer with the Long Beach Police Department.
A Deputy Marshal shall perform all the duties of their position as prescribed by Indiana Code, town ordinance, and established department rules and policies.
They are responsible for the establishment of peace, order, and the overall safety within the Town of Long Beach.
This shall be accomplished through the performance of their law enforcement duties in a safe, professional, and ethical manner.
A strong emphasis is placed on the “community policing philosophy” to build trust with the residents they serve.
More Information HERE -  WEB -  FACEBOOK
Posting open until filled.


Elkhart Police Department

The Elkhart Police Department is accepting applications for the position of full-time Police Officer. LATERALS: You will be compensated for your continued years of service with additional vacation days and monthly longevity pay. Applicants must be at least 21 years old and under 40 years old (per pension requirements) at the time of being sworn-in, possess high school diploma/GED, valid driver’s license, and US Citizenship.
* 3rd Class Patrolman $64,240-New officers/non certified
* 2nd Class Patrolman $68,240-Lateral, depending on years of service
* 1st Class Patrolman $75,240-Lateral, depending on years of service
* $2,000.00 Annual Clothing Allowance
* $1,200.00 (Approx.) Annual Sick Incentive
* 10 Personal Days after 1 year
* 10 Vacation Days after 1 year
* Holiday, Longevity, and Shift Differential Pay
* Special Incentive Pay
* Health, Dental, and Life Insurance
* Public Employee Retirement Fund
* 99% of Pension Contribution Provided by City

Lateral Entry Program IncentiveBonus
Academy Cert & up to 2 yrs. of Experience:   3-Personal Days $5,000
3 yrs. of Experience:   5-Personal Days $10,000
4 or more years of Experience:   10-Personal Days $15,000

For further questions, text JOINEPD to 574-475-8929 and the recruiter will be in contact with you or email Kristin.klimek@elkhartpolice.org
Apply at https://elkhartpolice.org/careers/
Applications accepted until position is filled .


Avon Police Department

The Avon Police Department is now accepting online pre-applications for full-time Police Officers.  Testing will begin on Saturday, March 16th 2024 at 8:00 a.m. at the Indiana Law Enforcement Academy with the physical agility test and written exam on the same day.  The online pre-application deadline is Friday, March 15, 2024 at 9:00 a.m. Interviews will be held March 26th and March 27th 2024.

Lateral applicants must submit to the same testing process, however lateral hires will move to First Class Officer salary upon completion of field training and will receive PTO compensation commensurate to years of full-time service with previous employer(s).

Primary Benefits Include:

  • First Year Salary:    $65,000.00
  • 1st Class Salary:       $70,012.80
  • Family Health Insurance Coverage
  • 1977 PERF Pension
  • State Wide Use of Take-Home Vehicle
  • Specialty Pay (K9, Detective, FTO, Drone Pilot, Narcotics, Instructor, CIT, etc.)
  • Gym Membership Reimbursement Program

For detailed information about the benefit package, interview dates, and to enroll in this process (only takes 2 minutes), please submit your online pre-application HERE.


DePauw University Police Department

DePauw University: A great place to learn, live, and work!
DePauw University is seeking to fill the position of Police Officer. Per Indiana code 21-17-5 the Police Officer position is a fully sworn Law Enforcement Officer position. Officers provide for the overall safety and security of the University community and its properties.  Officers must complete the Indiana Law Enforcement Training Board Certification and maintain their certification annually or be willing to.  Police Officers are charged with enforcing federal and state laws, as well as University policies.  Officers provide proactive patrols, respond to calls for service and to emergencies, as well as provide educational programming to provide for a safe campus environment.
Applicants shall be at least 21 years of age, possess a High School Diploma or General Education Degree (GED).  An Associate degree or higher in Criminal Justice or a related field is preferred but not required.  Applicants shall possess a valid Indiana Driver’s License or have the ability to obtain one.  All applicants will be required to submit to and pass a psychological evaluation and pass a background check.  Applicants shall have no felony or serious misdemeanor convictions, and shall not have been dishonorably discharged from the military.
Applicants must have completed the Indiana Law Enforcement Academy training (ILETB standards), or be willing to complete the ILETB certification process within one year of date of hire.  Lateral transfer applicants are also encouraged to apply and would be waived from the written and physical testing requirements of the hiring process.
Physical testing will be conducted.  Physical testing standards can be found here: http://www.in.gov/ilea/2338.htm.  Entrance standards will be used for our hiring process.  Following the successful completion of the physical test, applicants will submit to a comprehensive written test.
Benefits Include:
โ— Medical, dental and vision insurance plans
โ— 403B retirement plan
โ— Employee Assistance Program
โ— Overtime opportunities
โ— Paid vacation, holiday, sick and personal time
โ— Full-time, benefit status employees are eligible for Tuition Waiver at DePauw University.  Tuition Waiver applies to one class registration per semester not to exceed one course credit
โ— Full-time, benefit status employees are eligible for Tuition Remission for their spouse and dependent children pursuing an initial undergraduate degree upon the completion of two years of continuous full-time, benefit status employment
โ— Access for employees and family to the University Wellness Clinic at no cost
โ— Access to the University fitness center for employee and family at no cost (weight room, pool, basketball courts, tennis courts, track)
โ— Shift differential for second and third shifts
โ— Uniforms provided
If you would like to work and be part of a culturally diverse and intellectual community, please go to:
https://www.depauw.edu/offices/human-resources/employment/ for more details and to apply.
Posting open until filled.
DePauw University is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer: Women, members of underrepresented groups, and persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply.


North Vernon Police Department

Join our family! The North Vernon Police Department is now recruiting and looking to hire motivated individuals. Become a member of our team and enjoy an amazing variety of rewarding work and challenges with the opportunity to make a positive impact within our community.
The North Vernon Police Department is currently accepting employment interest forms for full-time patrol officer.  Lateral transfer applicants are encouraged to apply and would be waived from the physical agility testing and written test requirements of the hiring process. All lateral transfers will receive up to 10 years of service credit towards longevity.
Employment interest forms can be accessed by logging onto www.northvernon-in.gov by emailing a request to tbeam@nvpd.org or by picking one up in person at: 101 N. Madison Avenue, North Vernon, IN 47265.
Posting open until filled. Interested candidates will be contacted for confirmation.
1.Must be at least 21 and be appointed before the age of 40 (40 and 6 months if retired military).
2. Must be a U.S. citizen.
3. Possess a valid driver’s license.
4. Must have a high school diploma, GED, or equivalent.
5. No felonies, no misdemeanor convictions for domestic battery, and legal ability to possess a firearm.
6. Be of good moral character and pass an extensive background investigation.
7. Must be drug free.
Benefits Include:
* Starting probation salary $56,992.00
* 90% paid Health, dental, and vision
* Generous paid time off
* Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
* $1,350.00 clothing allowance
* $600.00 cell phone per-diem
* Paid overtime opportunities
* Education and military incentive
* Relocation stipend
* Specialty pay for qualifying certifications and instructor stipends
* Take home vehicle program
* Visible tattoos and facial hair (some restrictions)
* Paid workout time
*The City of North Vernon is an Equal Opportunity Employer
For any questions, please contact Captain Todd Beam, North Vernon Police Department
at tbeam@nvpd.org or (812)346-1466.


Lafayette Police Department

The Lafayette Police Department (LPD) is accepting applications for qualified individuals looking for a challenging and rewarding career as a police officer in the City of Lafayette.
Experience is not required to become a member of one of the largest municipal police departments in the state. However, lateral entry for experienced officers is available.  For lateral transfers, total years of certified law enforcement experience counts toward PTO time. College graduates and veterans are encouraged to apply.
Officers immediately receive first class pay ($75,631) after successful completion of the FTO program and become eligible for specialties and promotion as well.
The following benefits are also included for each officer:
* Up to 312 PTO hours (After 18 years of service)
* $1500 per year in clothing allowance
* Education reimbursement
* Numerous Specialty Units and Pay
* Health, Dental, Vision and Life Insurance
* Our own Training Center with Crossfit workout facility
* Take home vehicle program
Apply Today! Apply @ Lafayette, IN Police Jobs - Entry Level, Certified | PoliceApp
Applications are due April 26, 2024.
Please go to www.lafayettepolice.us to learn more about the LPD.
Questions?  Email Lt Sherer at rlsherer@lafayette.in.gov or you may call 765-807-1222.


Reid Health Police Department

The Reid Health Police Department in Richmond is searching for its newest Police Officer to join the Reid Health team.
As a police officer at the hospital, you will be responsible for ensuring the safety and security of our patients, visitors, and staff.
This is a highly rewarding and challenging position that offers a range of benefits, including generous time off, 12-hour shifts, and opportunities for advancement.
We are looking for candidates who are passionate about law enforcement and strongly committed to public service.
The ideal candidate will have a proven track record of skilled officer discretion and can work effectively as part of a team.
In this role, you will be responsible for patrolling the hospital grounds, responding to emergencies,
and providing a visible presence to deter criminal activity across the eight counties we serve.
You will also be responsible for conducting criminal investigations and writing detailed reports.
To be considered for this position, you must have a high school diploma or equivalent and a valid driver's license.
You must also be able to pass a background investigation and psychological evaluation.
Applicants with at least three years of law enforcement experience and who have graduated from the Indiana Law Enforcement Academy (Tier I or II) or equivalent are preferred.
We encourage you to apply today if you are interested in this exciting opportunity.
The hospital offers competitive salaries, excellent benefits, and opportunities for career advancement.
To apply, please visit our website and submit your application today at https://careers-reidhealth.icims.com/jobs/11772/police-officer/job
Questions should be directed to Chief Jeff Cappa at Jeffrey.Cappa@ReidHealth.org or by calling 765-983-3200.
Posting open until filled


Brownsburg Community School Corporation

Position: School Police Officer (2 positions available)
Location: BCSC Campus
Qualifications:
โ— Must be 21 years of age and possess a valid Indiana driver’s license
โ— Indiana Law Enforcement Academy certification preferred
โ— NASRO certification preferred
โ— Interest in being a K9 handler preferred
โ— College degree preferred
โ— Excellent oral and written communication skills
โ— Must successfully complete Field Training program
โ— Must successfully complete background check and be in good physical condition
โ— High moral character and proven organizational skills
โ— Ability to speak Spanish preferred
Responsibilities:
โ— Maintains confidentiality
โ— Monitors the safety and welfare of students and staff
โ— Works with staff members to identify ways of creating and maintaining a safe learning and working environment
โ— Responds to and investigates on-campus crashes, traffic complaints, and crime reports
Other Information: Upon the review of applications, candidates may be invited to
participate in a written examination and physical agility test.
Starting Date: To be determined
Contact: Submit resume, letter of interest, college, a copy of ILEA certification
if available, 3 letters of recommendation and online application at:
https://www.brownsburg.k12.in.us/
Jodi Gordon
Director of Human Resources
Brownsburg Community School Corporation
310 Stadium Drive
Brownsburg, IN 46112
Posting open until filled.


Greensburg City Police Department

The Greensburg Police Department is accepting applications to fill two open positions for Police Officer.
All applications received by January 2, 2024 will be included for this current process.
Applications will continue to be accepted to establish a list of candidates.
Once your application is submitted and reviewed, you will be notified of the next step in the process.
Laterals are exempt from the physical assessment and written test.
Applications can be picked up at the Greensburg City Hall or online at https://www.cityofgreensburg.com/police/recruitment/
Completed applications can be submitted via email to jradcliff@greensburg.in.gov or dropped off at Greensburg City Hall.
Benefits:
* $59,000 Probationary pay
* $60,000 1st Class Patrol Officer
* Take home vehicle within surrounding counties
* 10 hour shifts-every other 3 day weekend off
* Longevity pay 1% base salary/year of service. Max 20%
* Shift differential pay
* Health insurance (single $400/yr, self+kids $800/yr, family $1,200/yr)
* Wellness program incentive $600/yr
* Dental, vision, life insurance available
* Gym membership reimbursed at approved facilities
* Paid time off-growing accrual, earned weekly beginning first week
* 13 scheduled holidays
* Clothing allowance $1,000/yr
* 1977 Police and Fire Perf retirement
Questions can be directed to Sergeant Joe Radcliff at jradcliff@greensburg.in.gov or 812-663-3131
Posting open until list is filled.


Herron Classical Schools Police Department

The Herron Classical Schools Police Department is accepting applications for a Full-Time School Resource Officer.
Applicants must be 21 years old, have U.S. citizenship, possess a high school diploma/GED and a valid driver’s license
Requirements:
* Must be able to pass a criminal background check.
* High school diploma or general education degree (GED); or one to three months related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.
* Graduate of the Indiana Law Enforcement Academy (ILEA).
* Must be current with in-service training, and have Tier I Law Enforcement experience.
Benefits Include:
* Medical, dental and vision benefits
* Vacation, and paid time off
* Uniforms and equipment provided
For access to the detailed job description and to apply, please visit the Herron Classical Schools website at
https://www.applitrack.com/herroncharterin/onlineapp/default.aspx?Category=Operations
Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.
Please contact Chief Brad Engel via email bengel@herronclassical.org if you have questions.


Indiana Department Of Natural Resources Division Of Law Enforcement

Now hiring for Statewide Law Enforcement Officer
Position Information:
* Dynamic & Diverse Job Responsibilities
* Statewide Law Enforcement Officer
* Primary Job Duties Conducted Outdoors
* Second Year Salary: $73,000
Benefits Offered:
* Comprehensive Medical, Dental and Vision
* Paid Vacation, Holiday, Personal and Comp Time
* Paid Retirement (Pension)
* Take Home Vehicle
Learn more at: dnrlaw.IN.gov
Posting open until filled.


Metropolitan School District of Pike Township

The MSD of Pike Township is accepting applications for a Full-Time Police Officer.
Applicants must be 21 years old, have U.S. citizenship, possess a high school diploma/GED and a valid driver’s license
Requirements:
* Must be able to pass a criminal background check.
* High school diploma or general education degree (GED); or one to three months related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.
* Graduate of the Indiana Law Enforcement Academy (ILEA).
* Must be current with in-service training, and have Tier I Law Enforcement experience.
Benefits Include:
* Medical, dental and vision benefits
* Vacation, and paid time off
* Holiday pay
* Uniforms and equipment provided
For access to the detailed job description and to apply, please visit the MSD of Pike Township website at https://www.pike.k12.in.us or https://www.generalasp.com/msdpike/onlineapp/default.aspx
Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.
Please contact Cherรฌ Harvey via email clharvey@pike.k12.in.us if you have questions.


Monroe County Sheriff’s Office

The Monroe County Sheriff's Office is hiring laterals.
Starting pay $70,512
1 Year           $72,800
3 Year           $76,648
*Take home cars
*Health Clinic
*Specialty Unit Pay  $500-$1,400
*Education Pay  $500-$2,000
*Instructor Pay  $500
*Longevity Pay  $500-$2,500
*Retention Pay $2,000
Go online to apply (monroecountysheriffsoffice.us) or email Captain Randy Jacobs at rjacobs@co.monroe.in.us
No application deadline


Knox County Sheriff’s Office

Knox County Sheriff’s Office is constantly recruiting qualified individuals to join our team.
To apply for Merit Deputy, Jail Officer, or Reserve see website.
https://www.knoxcountyindianasheriffsoffice.com/
Posting open until filled.


Anderson Police Department

The Anderson Police Department is currently accepting applications for Lateral Transfers.
All Lateral Transfers will receive up to 10 years of service credit towards longevity and vacation.
For any questions, please get in touch with Training Coordinator Lt. John Baysinger at jbaysinger@cityofanderson.com or (765) 648-6764.
SALARY & BENEFITS
* 2023 Patrol Officer base pay: $54,348.
* Salary increases of 3% for 2024 and 4% for 2025.
* Take-home car program.
* Firearms Qualification - $750 per year.
* Clothing Allowance - $1200 per year.
* 12-Hour Shift (rotating weekends).
* Educational pay – Associate’s Degree $800; Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science Degree $1600.
* Total tuition reimbursement through Master's Degree.
* City-paid Life and Accidental Death Insurance.
* Premium Insurance Package
* LONGEVITY (BASED ON YEARS OF SERVICE)
o $200 per year for each year of service up to 10 years.
o $300 per year for each year of service 11 through 20 years.
o Longevity pay is capped at a maximum of $5,000 for 20 years of service.
* VACATION (BASED ON YEARS OF SERVICE)
o 1 year to 5 years……………………………………2 weeks
o 5 years to 10 years………………………………..3 weeks
o 10 years to 15 years………………………………4 weeks
o 15 years or more…………………………………..5 weeks
Apply online:  Posting open until filled 


Nashville Metropolitan Police Department

The Nashville Metropolitan Police Department, Nashville Indiana, is CURRENTLY accepting applications for the position of Full-Time Patrolman.
Interested applicants may turn their COMPLETED applications into Nashville Town Hall (200 Commercial Street) PO Box 446 Nashville, IN 47448.
* Applications are accepted until the position is filled.
* Lateral Applicants will be preferred! *
Lateral Applicants are those who possess a current Indiana Law Enforcement Academy (ILEA) Tier 1 Certification.
Nashville Metropolitan Police Department is currently under the Indiana State Perf with 14% being put in by the Town of Nashville.
Current base pay scale for Full-Time Patrolman-
$52,000.00 with no Tier 1 Certification
$54,000.00 with current Tier 1 Certification
$58,000.00 lateral transfer with 20 plus year of experience
Applications can be printed from the following link
(squarespace.com)https://www.townofnashville.org/.../NPD-Application-for...
Questions regarding the application process may be directed to Lt. Mike Horn at mhorn@townofnashville.org or Training Commander Mick Reddick at mreddick@townofnashville.org


Indiana University Police Department

The Indiana University Police Department in Bloomington, IN is seeking a Chief of Police.
The requirements to apply for this position are a Bachelor’s degree, to have ten years of progressively responsible law enforcement experience that include four or more years of experience in a supervisory/leadership role, and to be ILEA certified.
To apply, visit jobs.iu.edu and search for job number 307974.
The IU Police Department offers a wide range of benefits including:
* Multiple plan options for medical insurance
* Dental insurance
* Health Savings Account with generous IU contribution
* Base retirement plan contribution from IU, subject to vesting
* Additional supplemental retirement plan options
* Tuition benefit for IU classes
* 10 paid holidays per year
* Generous Paid Time Off
* Paid Parental Leave
* Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
Posting open until filled


Tippecanoe County Sheriff's Office

The Tippecanoe County Sheriff's Office is continually accepting pre-applications for open Merit Deputy positions.  
We are a fast growing county with many opportunities to advance your personal and professional goals.  
You must meet the minimum statutory requirements as listed on nearly every job posting on this website.  
If you have used an illegal drug in the last 12 months please hold off on applying.  
We will not accept anyone who has used illegal drugs, for example, Marijuana, Cocaine, LSD, Steroids etc. just to name a few.  
Once you have refrained from using such illegal drugs for a period of one full year we will accept your application.  
We have a starting salary of $59,666.00 but our Sheriff diligently negotiates with our county government to increase salaries each year.  
If you apply you will be asked to pass a physical agility test and the Police Officer Selection Test (POST).  
You can find the physical agility test requirements on the ILEA website.  You can find information on the POST test by going to the following website.  
https://stanard.com/public-safety/police-test/the-national-police-officer-selection-test
We are also accepting lateral applicants.  If you are a current police officer and are looking for a new job opportunity please call me.  
We can talk and I will explain the abbreviated hiring process.  Lt. Brian Lowe, 765-423-9388 X3248 or email at bmlowe@tippecanoe.in.gov.  
To apply please go to the following page and complete the pre-application:  https://www.tippecanoe.in.gov/470/Employment
Posting open until filled


Indiana State University

Indiana State University is currently accepting applications for full time police officers, Emergency Manager, and Dispatcher
Postings are open until filled.

Police Officer
Applicants must be 21 years of age; possess a high school diploma or equivalent; and have no felony convictions.  
Applicants must pass a written aptitude test and meet the Indiana Law Enforcement Academy physical fitness standards in order to advance in the applicant process. Current Law Enforcement Officers are exempt from completing the written and physical test.
Starting salary is $50,336 annually plus overtime opportunities
You can apply at https://jobs.indstate.edu/postings/45145
For any questions please contact Lt. Aaron Sloan at 812-237-3777 or Aaron.Sloan@indstate.edu

Emergency Manager
The Emergency Management/Fire Safety Officer provides expert oversight of emergency management and continuity (EMC) of operations planning. Responsible for campus fire safety and the 911 dispatch center. Actively facilitates and supports communications and collaboration among staff involved in EMC activities at all organizational levels across the campus. Coordinates response to emergency and fire incidents that impact the campus and also participates in coordination of incidents and table top drills confined to specific departments and major activities.
A national or State professional certification in emergency management (Certified Emergency Manager (CEM) or Professional Emergency Manager (PEM), or the ability to obtain certification within two years of appointment is desired. Including completion of FEMA courses 100, 200, 700, 800 within 90 days and FEMA 300, 400 within one year.
Salary- Pay Grade 12 range $59,514 - $66,300 depending on experience and qualifications
You can apply https://jobs.indstate.edu/postings/44680
For any questions please contact Chief Michele Barrett at 812-237-4147 or Michele.Barrett@indstate.edu

Dispatcher
Indiana State University is currently accepting applications for a full time dispatcher. Starting salary is $16.84 per hour with overtime opportunities.
You can apply at https://jobs.indstate.edu/postings/45169
For any questions please contact Captain Dan Parmer at 812-237-8276 or Daniel.Parmer@indstate.edu


Town of Frankton

The Town of Frankton is Seeking a Full Time School Resource Officer / Police Officer 
* Applicant must be a resident citizen of the United States.
* Must be at least 21 years of age.
* Must have a High School Diploma or Equivalent (GED).
* Must possess a Valid Indiana drivers license at the time of appointment.
* Must be an ILEA Tier II or Tier 1, graduate and be current on requirements.
* Starting salary $37,400
Applications may be picked up at the Frankton Town Hall 204 E. Sigler St. Frankton, IN. 46044
Telephone Number 765-754-7285
Applications will be accepted until August 11, 2023, or until position is filled.


West Lafayette Police Department

Make your move and join the West Lafayette Police Department today!  See for yourself why you need to be part of the WLPD:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u64fQbNbPd4
* Starting salary of $68,235 and after first year of employment, salary is $71,995.
* Clothing Allowance $1,500 each year.
* Specialty Bonuses paid $250/year for each specialty possessed.  (FTO, SWAT, Instructor, etc.)
* Longevity Pay at Year 5, $250/year.  After 20 years longevity pay is $10,00/year.
* Take Home Car for Homeowners within City limits, FTO and shift commanders.
* City matching 457 retirement plan.
* In house Tactical Athlete Trainer.
* Medical Clinic free to City of West Lafayette employees.
* Free membership to the City of West Lafayette Wellness Center gym: https://www.westlafayette.in.gov/our-city/wellness-center
Annual College Degree Incentive
* $1,500 annual bonus for sworn personnel who hold a master’s degree
* $1,000 annual bonus for sworn personnel who hold a bachelor’s degree
* $500 annual bonus for sworn personnel who hold an associate degree
Lateral Transfers:
* $5,000 Hiring Bonus ($2,500 at appointment, $2,500 after probation period)  
* Vacation Time Adjusted to Include Prior Years of Service.
* Once Field Training is complete, move immediately to First Class Patrolman status and a salary of $69,561.
** Retirement (PERF) rules have changed, and departments can hire persons up to 40 years of age.  Person must be appointed prior to reaching their 40th Birthday.  
Exemptions made for 20 plus years of Military service.**
Follow this link www.westlafayette.in.gov/joinwlpd to apply and to see our recruitment page for further detailed information about all of the benefits of becoming a WLPD Officer; which includes a tuition assistance program, on duty work out time and more. Click on Employment Opportunities to submit your application to Human Resources today.
Applications are accepted until positions are filled .
Written and physical testing will be conducted continually throughout the year.  Human Resources will notify qualifying candidates through email with further instructions and location after applying.  Please direct any questions to our Recruitment Office at joinWLPD@westlafayette.in.gov


Monrovia Police Department

The Monrovia Police Department is accepting applications for Reserve Deputy Marshal for future openings.
Currently certified or current pre-basic officers REQUIRED.  This position will be for Weekends and nights.  Reserves are required to work 24hrs a month, plus training and special events or details as required.  Monrovia does allow deputy marshals to work approved off duty employment once FTO is completed.
Requirements: 
1. Shall be at least 21 years of age at the time of employment. 
2. Shall be a U.S. Citizen. 
3. Shall possess a valid driver’s license. 
4. Shall have a high school diploma or GED equivalent. 
5. Shall have no Felony convictions. 
6. Must be able to pass a thorough background investigation. 
Click Here to complete the online application. 
If you have any questions, please contact Marshal Wright at mwright@monrovia.in.gov
Address: Monrovia Police Department, 60 S. Church St. PO Box 400, Monrovia, IN 46157.


Indiana Department of Correction

Looking to start a new career? Consider corrections. The Indiana Department of Correction is hiring for multiple positions across the state. Our staff is committed to providing the best opportunities for success to the incarcerated and releasing population. Join our team, apply today.  Applications are accepted until positions are filled.

For more information, go to www.in.gov/idoc/careers/.


    Merrillville Police Department

    The Merrillville Police Department is now accepting applications for the position of Police Officer.
    This application process is open to both civilians and certified police officers.
    Certified (Tier 1) applicants will be waived from the written exam and physical fitness assessment.
    Additionally, Certified officers may be eligible for an increased starting salary.
    Applications can be obtained in person at the Merrillville Police Department or online at www.Merrillville.in.gov.
    Minimum qualifications are listed on the application.  Posting is open until positions are filled
    Merrillville, located in the heart of Indiana's second most populated county (Lake County), is a bustling and diverse community.
    The Merrillville Police Department is responsible for protecting nearly 40,000 residents and patrolling approximately 31 square miles.
    The Department employs approximately 60 sworn officers who take pride in providing quality service to residents, business, and visitors.    
    Salary & Benefits:
    Starting Salary: $62,314
    2nd Class Patrolman: $64,374
    1st Class Patrolman: $66,435
    PERF Retirement Rate: $79,500
    Average Yearly Pay (2022): $79,000 (Includes overtime, longevity pay, and allowances)
    Residency Bonus: $850 (If you reside within town limits)
    Longevity Pay: $100 per year starting at year five with a cap of $3,000 after 3 years of service.
    Annual Uniform Allowance: $2,000
    Speciality Pay: $500
    Deferred Compensation
    PERF 1977 Fund Pension
    Medical/dental/vision/life insurance
    Disability insurance  
    Up to 7 weeks of vacation
    15 Holidays
    Incentive Week
    Personal Days
    Paid sick leave
    12 Hour Patrol Schedule (every other weekend off)
    Take home vehicle
    Advancement opportunities  
    Overtime opportunities
    For more information please call (219) 769-3722 or email your questions to police@merrillville.in.gov


    Rochester Police Department

    The Rochester Police Department is currently accepting applications for the position of full-time Police Officer.  
    Applications may be picked up at the Rochester Police Department, 312 Main Street, Rochester, Indiana, and returned as soon as possible.  
    Lateral applicants will be accepted and are encouraged to apply.  
    We will accept applications until the position is filled. For questions, please call the police department at 574-223-3313.
    Some requirements are:
    - Applicants must be at least 21 years of age and under 40 years of age at the time of appointment
    - High School Diploma or GED
    - Pass a written and physical agility test
    - Pass a background investigation
    After the first year of employment, officers earn $60,000 per year. Other benefits include:
    - Health Insurance costing the employee $1 per year
    - $1,250 Annual Clothing Allowance
    - Gym membership
    - Holiday and longevity pay
    - Take home vehicle if residing within Fulton County or surrounding county
    - 12 hour shifts with every other weekend off


    Hartford City Police Department

    The Hartford City Police Department is now accepting applications for Lateral Transfers and New Hires for two Patrol Officer positions.
    All applicants must be 21 years of age by time of graduation from the Indiana Law Enforcement Academy,
    have a High School Diploma or GED equivalent and a valid Indiana driver’s license.
    Applications can be picked up at our office, found HERE or by requesting through email.
    Monday - Friday from 7:00am-4:00pm at the Hartford City Police Department, 700 N. Walnut Street, Hartford City, Indiana 47348
    or by emailing to hcpdaparrott@hartfordcity.net.
    Posting is open until positions are filled


    University of Indianapolis Police Department

    The University of Indianapolis has an immediate opening for Police Sergeant.
    The annual salary is $70,000.
    For more information, a job description, and the link to apply on our website, go to Uindy job openings.
    Review of applications will begin immediately.
    Completed applications will only be accepted electronically via our website.
    Applications accepted until positions are filled.

    Also:

    The University of Indianapolis is conducting a Lateral Hiring Process.
    The annual salary is $60,000.
    For more information, a job description, and the link to apply on our website go to Uindy job openings. Review of applications will begin immediately.
    Completed applications will only be accepted electronically via our website. Applications accepted until positions are filled.


    Logansport Police Department

    The Logansport Police Department is accepting applications for Probationary Police Officer
    Applications can be picked up at 729 High St Logansport IN 46947 during business hours 8am-4pm, Monday through Friday.
    Applications can also be emailed by contacting khoover@logansportpolice.com to request an application.
    Lateral transfers are encouraged to apply with an abbreviated Field Training Program.
    The Logansport Police Department opened the doors of a brand new headquarters in October 2023 which is complete with an in-house workout facility, defensive tactics mat room, full kitchen, spacious patrol area, male and female locker rooms, large training room, and garage areas.
    Logansport, Indiana is in Cass County approximately 70 miles North of Indianapolis.
    The department currently has 39 sworn polices officers and offers many specialized units and assignments such as K9, SWAT, Narcotics Unit, Drone Programs, Crash Reconstructions, School Resource Officers, Bike Patrol, FTO, Child Car Seat Technicians, and Instructors.
    Benefits:
    * Competitive Salary
    * Probationary Officer- $60,000
    * 2-5 Years- $64,500
    * 6-10 Years- $66,900
    * Retirement Rate First Class Patrolman- $72,800 *Take Home Vehicle *Compensation Time with end of the year buy-back option *Employee Health Clinic
    * 12 Hour Shifts (Every other weekend off) *Opportunities for off-site training encouraged
    Applications accepted until positions are filled .


    McCordsville Police Department

    McCordsville Police Department is accepting pre-applications for the position of full-time Police Officer.
    Applicants must be 21 to 39 years old prior to date of hire. See pre-application for full list of minimum requirements.
    Pre-applications can be found online HERE.  
    Pre-applications may be submitted via email to Sgt. Jessica Barnes at jbarnes@mccordsville.org or in person to the McCordsville Police Department.
    This is a year-round hiring process, and the posting will be open until all positions are filled. The agility test is TBD.
    Over the past several years, the Town of McCordsville has consistently been among the fastest growing communities in the state.
    McCord Square is in the beginning stages of construction and the plans for the new McCordsville Police Department are in the final developmental stages.
    Come join an active, progressive, and fast-growing department with excellent people and benefits!


    Lawrence Police Department

    City of Lawrence Police Department – JoinLawrencePD.com
    All submitted interest forms will be retained and notified regarding information for the next testing date or available dates.
    Interested candidates visit JoinLawrencePD.com – BE THE CHANGE YOU WANT TO SEE
    Initial Requirements:
    * Shall be a U. S. Citizen
    * Shall possess a valid driver’s license
    * Shall be at least twenty-one (21) years of age by date of application and have not reached forty (40) years of age by date of appointment.  
    The maximum age limit is forty (40) years and six (6) months if you are a veteran with 20 years of service.
    o A veteran is an individual who has or is serving in the armed forces; received or is eligible to receive an honorable discharge.
    o The age requirement does not apply to a person who has been previously employed as a member of the Department.
    * Shall have no felony convictions
    * Shall be a high school graduate or possess a GED certificate.
    Hiring Process
    * Pass Initial Background Screening
    * Pass Physical Agility
    * Pass Written Test
    * Pass Oral Board Interview
    * Pass Detailed Background Investigation
    * Pass DVSA
    * Pass Medical and Psychological Exam
    * Provided Required Documents
    JoinLawrencePD.com
    We do not have a closing date since this will be year round.


    Indianapolis Public Schools Police Department

    The Indianapolis Public School Police Department is accepting applications for the position of full-time Sergeant/School Resource Officer (SRO).  
    Applicants must be at least 21 years old, possess a high school diploma/GED, valid driver’s license, and US Citizenship.
    Benefits Include:
    *Starting salary $56,784
    *Individual must have a minimum of three years successful Tier One law enforcement experience.
    *11 Paid Holidays Off
    * Monday thru Friday work schedule
    * Medical, dental and vision insurance plans
    * Uniforms and equipment furnished
    * Yearly uniform allowance provided
    * Paid departmental overtime or compensatory time accrual
    * Take Home Vehicles 
    * Off duty employment permitted
    * Free employee assistance (EAP) for employees and dependents
    All applicants should apply at the Indianapolis Public Schools website, at WWW.Myips.org
    Applications accepted until position is filled.

    Also:

    The Indianapolis Public School Police Department is accepting applications for the position of full-time Police/School Resource Officer (SRO).
    Applicants must be at least 21 years old, possess a high school diploma/GED, valid driver’s license and US Citizenship.
    Benefits Include:
    * Starting salary $52,452
    * ILEA Certified Officers receive differential pay based off experience
    * 11 Paid Holidays Off
    * Monday thru Friday work schedule
    * Medical, dental and vision insurance plans
    * No cost heath care for medical plan participants
    * Uniforms and equipment furnished
    * Yearly uniform allowance provided
    * ILEA preferred but not required
    * Paid departmental overtime or compensatory time accrual
    * Take Home Vehicles
    * Off duty employment permitted
    * Free employee assistance (EAP) for employees and dependents
    All applicants should apply at the Indianapolis Public Schools website, at WWW.Myips.org
    Applications accepted until position is filled .


    Mount Vernon Police Department

    The Mount Vernon Police Department is offering a $10,000 hiring incentive for Lateral Transfers (with a Tier 1 Certification or equivalent).  
    We are also accepting applications for Probationary Officers (No Experience) as well.
    Applications accepted until positions are filled.
    Lateral Officer Starting Pay:  $58,644
    Probationary Officers Starting Pay:  $56,644
    Lateral Hiring Incentive:  $10,000 ($5,000 paid at the end of year 1 and $5,000 at the end of year 3)
    Shift Differential:2nd Shift:  $1,000 /yr 3rd Shift:  $2,000/yr
    Uniform Allowance:  $1,000 /yr
    15 Paid Military Days
    Retention/Longevity pay:  $204/yr, max out at $4,080/yr
    Take home car program
    14 Paid Holidays
    Cell Phone Allowance
    Vacation:  10 days after year one, max out at 25
    Personal Days: 4 per year
    Duty belt and accessories, weapons, and body armor provided
    To begin, learn more, and see more of our benefits and opportunities visit https://www.mountvernonin.gov/police-department


    Gibson County Sheriff’s Office

    Gibson County Sheriff’s Office is looking to hire for four different positions.  Applications for all positions available in our office or our website.

    Correctional Officer:
    Applications accepted until position is filled.
    Starting pay is $20.00 per hour.
    5 days per week (8 hour shifts) with overtime available as needed.
    Job will likely be 2nd shift (3 PM -11 PM), 3rd shift (11 PM - 7 AM), or some mix of the two shifts. Initial training may be completed on any mix of all three shifts.
    Duties of this job include, but are not limited to, transporting inmates to/from court or other locations as needed, booking/releasing inmates, passing meal trays, maintaining the safety and security of staff and inmates at all times, answering phones, data entry into computers. Use of standard office equipment (computer, phone, copy machine, etc.) is a must.
    Jail staff is also cross-trained to help in the dispatch center as needed.
    Gibson County Sheriff's Office is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

    Field Officer:
    Applications accepted until position is filled.
    Department: Community Corrections
    Starting pay is $18.12 per hour
    Potential Physical Requirements:
    ½ Mile Run: Under 6 Minutes
    300 M Sprint: Under 100 Seconds
    20 Push Ups: Under 60 Seconds
    20 Sit Ups: Under 60 Seconds
    Position Summary:
    Under limited supervision, responsible for safety, security and supervision of inmates that go through the Community Corrections program.
    Duties/Responsibilities:
    Maintains constant security of inmates, maintains safe and secure environment for work release clients.
    Conducts office visits, field visits and home visits for work release and home detention clients.
    Makes and/or responds to a variety of telephone calls concerning clients, including receiving complains, providing and requesting information.
    Gibson County is an Equal Opportunity Employer

    Facility Officer:
    Applications accepted until position is filled.
    Department: Community Corrections
    Reports To: Director
    Starting pay is $17.70 per hour
    Position Summary
    Under limited supervision, responsible for the safety, security and supervision of the inmates that go through the Community Corrections program.
    Duties/Responsibilities
    The following duties are normal for this position. These are not to be construed as exclusive or all-inclusive. Other duties may be required and assigned.
    * Maintains constant security of inmates; maintains safe and secure environment for work release clients.
    * Model appropriate behaviors and attitudes to assist offenders to develop skills and work practices.
    * Composes notes to document direct contact with clients, family members, other relevant persons, and other case activities, entering information into case management and updating individual files for each client as required.
    * Makes and/or responds to a variety of telephone calls concerning clients, including receiving complaints, providing and requesting information.
    * Administers and documents drug and alcohol test according to departmental guidelines.
    * Immediately advises supervising Executive Director of emergency situations and completes all required documentation as appropriate for each emergency.
    * Prepares and maintains various daily and weekly reports and documents.
    * Responsible for the bank deposit of any fees collected.
    * Photographs inmates upon sign up.
    * Testifies in legal proceedings/court as necessary.
    * Performs related duties as assigned.
    Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilties
    * Ability to communicate effectively with inmates, coworkers, Executive Director, consultants, law enforcement personnel, attorneys, other County and State personnel and the general public verbally and in writing.
    * Knowledge of and ability to execute evidence based practices.
    * Ability to operate law enforcement equipment including handcuffs, cameras, radios, etc.
    * Ability to operate a variety of office machines and a computer using word processing and related software.
    * Ability to operate a motor vehicle and required to maintain a valid Indiana Driver’s License.
    * Ability to use independent judgement in highly unstable and/or risky situations.
    * Ability to lift and carry potentially heavy objects up to 70 pounds.
    Necessary Training and Experience
    * High school graduate
    * Evidence based practices training
    * Required to submit to and pass drug and/or alcohol testing
    In evaluating candidates for this position, Community Corrections may consider a combination of education, training and experience which provides the necessary knowledge, skills and abilities to perform the essential job functions.
    Gibson County is an Equal Opportunity Employer


    South Bend International Airport

    The South Bend International Airport is accepting resumes for consideration in filling openings for the position of Safety Officer in our Department of Public Safety. The Department (or Safety Officers) provide(s) law enforcement, fire protection and EMS services at the airport. Candidates already certified as an Indiana Law Enforcement officer, or Firefighter I/II and EMT highly preferred.
    For more information on requirements and to submit a resume please visit the web site at www.flysbn.com.

    A cover letter and resume in PDF format must be submitted to H.R via email at hr@sbnair.com.
    Applications accepted until position is filled .


    Boone County Sheriff’s Office

    The Boone County Sheriff’s Office is currently accepting pre-applications for Corrections Officer and Communications Officer.  Please follow this link to submit your pre-application.
    Applications accepted until positions filled.
    If you have any questions, you may contact Joy Stewart at bcso-employment@co.boone.in.us or 765-483-5946.

    Corrections Officer
    The Boone County Sheriff’s Office offers a wide array of benefits for all full-time Corrections Officers including:

    • 12 hours shifts
    • After Probation Pay Rate $20.92
    • After Probation Yearly Salary $45,697
    • Alternating Weekends-Off Shifts
    • Medical/Dental/Vision Benefits
    • Retirement Benefits
    • Optional Health Savings Account with a county contribution
    • 457 B additional retirement plan
    • Immediate Paid Time-Off (PTO)
    • Access to mental health assistance

    Communications Officer
    The Boone County Sheriff’s Office offers a wide array of benefits for all full-time Communications Officers including:

    • 4 Day Work Week
    • Medical/Dental/Vision Benefits
    • Retirement Benefits
    • Immediate Paid Time-Off (PTO)
    • Yearly Salary $41,215 - $45,697
    • 457 B additional retirement plan
    • Access to mental health assistance
    • Optional Health Savings Account with a county contribution

    Cedar Lake Police Department

    Cedar Lake Police Department is accepting applications for a Probationary Patrolman. This is an open application process for Certified Officers and non-Certified individuals.  Cedar Lake Police Department is a competitive, progressive Department experiencing major growth in the community. CLPD will be accepting applications to develop a candidate list for the next year.

    Cedar Lake is expecting to hire two Officers in the next few months along with potentially more in the future.

    Once you have completed your application, you can email to: pdapps@cedarlakein.org or you can hand deliver them. Once enough applications have been received to complete the testing process, you will be notified by the Police Department’s Administration of the testing date and time. Certified Police Officers will be notified of their interview date and time, once testing has been completed. Applications accepted until position is filled.


    North Webster Police Department

    North Webster Police Dept. is now accepting applications for patrol officer.  Applications can be picked up at North Webster P.D., 144 S. Main St., North Webster, (574-834-2700) during regular business hours, Monday – Friday 8:30 – 4:30.  

    Applicants must pass, written exam, physical exam, oral interviews, background checks, psychological exam and polygraph.  Applicants must be 21 years of age, have a high school diploma or equivalent.  Starting pay is $52000.  

    Applications accepted until position is filled.


    Town of New Carlisle

    The New Carlisle Police Department, Indiana is seeking candidates that will provide extraordinary service to the community while protecting life and property. Recognizing the diverse needs of the community, the department provides and encourages a policy of professional and individual excellence, which is enhanced by continuing education and training. Quiet, scenic town with historic shopfronts and homes, population under 2,000, located within excellent New Prairie United School Corporation district. We offer a small town feel with established roots of community support.
    Minimum Qualification Requirements:
    * Applicant must be a resident citizen of the United States.
    * Must be at least 21 years of age.
    * Must have a high school diploma or equivalent (G.E.D.).
    * Must not have been convicted of a felony pursuant to the policy statement in the application.
    * Must not have been dishonorably discharged from the military service.
    * Must possess a valid driver’s license at the time of appointment.
    * Must successfully complete and pass all parts of the application process.
    Salary and Benefits:
    * Starting Patrolman $53,908.00
    * $2500.00 Sign-On Bonus
    * Unprecedented Full Medical Coverage Single $20.00/Month Family $30.00/month. Low Deductible $500.00/Single $1,000.00/Family
    * Prescription Drug Program, FSA, Disability, and Life Insurance
    * Uniforms and Equipment; Quartermaster System
    * PERF Retirement
    * Paid Vacation, Holidays, Sick Time, Personal Days
    * Take Home Police Vehicle
    It is the goal of the New Carlisle Police Department to recruit the most qualified persons, without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin or disability, to serve the residents of New Carlisle as police officers. Hiring requirements are based on job-related criteria, taking into consideration the knowledge, personal attributes, skills, and training required to perform the job tasks, so as to further the principle of equal employment opportunity.
    Applications are available on the Town of New Carlisle website.
    Applications accepted until position is filled .


    Grant County Sheriff’s Office

    The Grant County Sheriff’s Office is currently accepting applications for Full-time & Part-time Correctional Officer openings. The Grant County Government offers a wide array of benefits for all full-time employees including:

    • Starting Pay $18.21 / hourly
    • 12 Hour Shifts
    • Alternating Weekends Off
    • Medical/Vision/Dental Benefits
    • Retirement Benefits Pension & 457 B
    • Sick/ Personal/ & Vacation time
    • Longevity Pay
    • Tuition Free program through qualified Universities (Associate & Bachelors)

      APPLICATION AND SELECTION PROCESS:
      Obtain an application at grantcounty.net . Please return application with the following information: Birth Certificate, Driver’s License, Social Security Card, High School Diploma, College/University Diploma (if applicable), and DD214 (if applicable—Veterans). to the office Grant Sheriff’s Office Attn: Lt. Jones at 214 E 4th St. Marion, IN 46952 or email to gjones@grantcounty.netPosition open until filled.

    Gibson County Sheriff's Office

    Full-Time Corrections Officer (we’re taking applications with no deadline on this as we have several openings)
    Starting pay is $17.03 per hour with a raise at 6 months and again at 1 year.
    5 days per week (8 hour shifts) with overtime available as needed.
    Job will likely be 2nd shift (3 PM -11 PM), 3rd shift (11 PM - 7 AM), or some mix of the two shifts. Initial training may be completed on any mix of all three shifts.
    Duties of this job include, but are not limited to, transporting inmates to/from court or other locations as needed, booking/releasing inmates, passing meal trays, maintaining the safety and security of staff and inmates at all times, answering phones, data entry into computers. Use of standard office equipment (computer, phone, copy machine, etc.) is a must.
    Jail staff is also cross-trained to help in the dispatch center as needed.
    Gibson County Sheriff's Office is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

    Full-Time Community Corrections Facility Officer (we currently have no deadline on this, but just one position is available)
    Starting pay is $17.51 per hour
    Department: Community Corrections
    Reports To: Director

    Position Summary:
    Under limited supervision, responsible for the safety, security and supervision of the inmates that go through the Community Corrections program.

    Duties/Responsibilities:
    The following duties are normal for this position. These are not to be construed as exclusive or all-inclusive. Other duties may be required and assigned.

    • Maintains constant security of inmates; maintains safe and secure environment for work release clients.
    • Model appropriate behaviors and attitudes to assist offenders to develop skills and work practices.
    • Composes notes to document direct contact with clients, family members, other relevant persons, and other case activities, entering information into case management and updating individual files for each client as required.
    • Makes and/or responds to a variety of telephone calls concerning clients, including receiving complaints, providing and requesting information.
    • Administers and documents drug and alcohol test according to departmental guidelines.
    • Immediately advises supervising Executive Director of emergency situations and completes all required documentation as appropriate for each emergency.
    • Prepares and maintains various daily and weekly reports and documents.
    • Responsible for the bank deposit of any fees collected.
    • Photographs inmates upon sign up.
    • Testifies in legal proceedings/court as necessary.
    • Performs related duties as assigned.

    Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

    • Ability to communicate effectively with inmates, coworkers, Executive Director, consultants, law enforcement personnel, attorneys, other County and State personnel and the general public verbally and in writing.
    • Knowledge of and ability to execute evidence based practices.
    • Ability to operate law enforcement equipment including handcuffs, cameras, radios, etc.
    • Ability to operate a variety of office machines and a computer using word processing and related software.
    • Ability to operate a motor vehicle and required to maintain a valid Indiana Driver’s License.
    • Ability to use independent judgement in highly unstable and/or risky situations.
    • Ability to lift and carry potentially heavy objects up to 70 pounds.

    Necessary Training and Experience

    • High school graduate
    • Evidence based practices training
    • Required to submit to and pass drug and/or alcohol testing

    In evaluating candidates for this position, Community Corrections may consider a combination of education, training and experience which provides the necessary knowledge, skills and abilities to perform the essential job functions.  http://www.gibsoncountysheriff.com/index.php?page=27


    Elkhart County Sheriff’s Office

    The Elkhart County Sheriff’s Office would like to post a job opening for a Corrections Training Sergeant.   Online application and information regarding the vacancy can be found here:  Corrections Training Sergeant - Frontline Recruitment (applitrack.com)
    JOB SUMMARY:  
    Responsible for developing, scheduling and implementing job related training for all agency and corrections employees.
    HIRING RANGE: $25.50-$26.15/hr.  Additional considered based on years of services, training and education
    HOURS & DAYS OF WORK: 80-84 hours per pay period
    BENEFITS: Full benefits offered including free health & wellness clinic
    JOB REQUIREMENTS:
    * HS Diploma or GED – Associated degree or 60 credit hours of continuing education preferred
    * Valid driver's license
    * Complete training in basic law enforcement courses
    * Completion of Jail School as required by law
    * Hepatitis B Vaccine Eligible
    * Previous job related experience preferred
    * Pre-employment background check and polygraph
    Applications accepted until position is filled.