Header

  Close Menu

Law Enforcement Job Opportunities

To have position openings posted to this Job Board, please send a brief description with 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 keyword: ILEA.


Rawlins Police Department

JOIN OUR TEAM:
Be the Person, Be the Heart and Be the Voice Behind the Badge
The Rawlins Police Department is looking for individuals ready to make a difference in a challenging but rewarding career.   If you're looking for a long-term career, you're just the kind of person we're looking for.
Lifestyle:
Rawlins prides itself on its friendly faces and small-town values.  We offer excellent education, health care, and room for family growth. We have breathtaking landscapes and unparalleled outdoor recreation – If you love the great outdoors, Rawlins, Carbon County is the place to be. Carbon County is 7,897 square miles from the mountains to the deserts. We are known for our gorgeous mountains, scenic vistas, and pristine rivers and streams. There isn't a better place for hunting, fishing, and spending your off time outdoors.
Community:
We have a strong and positive relationship with our community.  Our community still believes in and trusts its police. We depend on one another, and we know our neighbors.  We value traditional core values such as honesty, equality, kindness, compassion, treating people the way you want to be treated, and helping those in need.
Opportunities:
The Rawlins Police Department offers many different instructor roles and specialties such as K-9 Officers, Swat, Firearms Instructor, Custody and Control Instructor, Bike Patrol, Drug Recognition Expert, Investigations, and School Resource Officer.  We offer plenty of opportunities for personal growth and professional development.
Pay and Benefits:
Hiring Bonus:  $2000 for no experience and $3000 for Lateral Officers.
Competitive Pay: Starting pay for a new officer is $44,100 a year, with the top officer salary of $64,872. Lateral Officers are highly encouraged with starting wages dependent on experience ($46,300 to $51,480).   We offer increased rank pay, paid overtime, education, and certification increases to further financial opportunities.  
Paid Insurance Premiums: The City of Rawlins pays all employee insurance premiums, which is a savings of $320 a month and $3840 a year for a family.
Tuition Reimbursement: We value our employee's education and willingness to improve their skills set and offer a tuition reimbursement program.
Pension:  You are eligible for a 20-year retirement at 50% of your top five earning years, 62.5% at 25 years, and 75% after 30 years.
Take-Home Cars:  The Rawlins Police Department has a take-home car program where each officer is assigned their own take-home patrol car. Take-home cars adds to the visibility of protection in the neighborhoods in which the officer lives.
Paid Academy:  All officers will attend the Wyoming Law Enforcement Academy. The Rawlins Department pays for the academy tuition while paying the officer's salary.
Life Insurance
Sick Leave
15 Vacation Days and 6 Holidays per year
Dental and Vision Coverage available
All necessary equipment provided: Duty Weapons, Vest, Uniforms, and Leather
Job Description:
We are looking for dedicated police officers to perform various law enforcement duties and maintain public safety. The police officer's responsibilities will include patrolling areas, responding to calls, investigating diverse incidents, arresting suspects, and preparing incident reports.
To be successful as a police officer, you should be in good physical condition to pursue suspects and remain level-headed in stressful and dangerous situations. An outstanding Police Officer should be intuitive and able to exercise sound judgment.
* Enforcing local, state, and federal laws.
* Patrolling assigned geographic zones and responding to calls.
* Apprehending and transporting suspects.
* Interviewing victims, witnesses, and suspects.
* Gathering and logging evidence.
* Writing citations, delivering warrants, and testifying in court.
* Preparing and providing accurate reports documenting incidents and activities.
* Responding to emergency and non-emergency situations.
* Preventing and investigating illegal activities, domestic disturbances, accidents, etc.
Requirements:
Must be 21
High School Diploma or G.E.D, Increased pay with college degrees
No prior law enforcement experience is necessary.  
US Citizen
Strong Moral Character
No felony or domestic violence convictions
Applicants MUST complete and submit the Rawlins Police Department Application. Applications are available on the City of Rawlins website www.rawlingwy.gov under Employment.  Posting expires June 27, 2022. Feel free to call 307-328-4530 with any questions.


Butler University Police Department

Butler University police department is looking to fill a position of a Police Officer. Officers are assigned to permanent shifts, (Current late Shift Opening).
The Police Officer is responsible for making arrests, conducting search and seizure, traffic enforcement, crash investigation, public safety and service, investigation of criminal incidents, and maintaining public order on the University campus and surrounding area. Work involves patrolling all campus areas, buildings and parking lots day and night. Police Officers must exercise good judgment and discretion in dealing with violators of laws and University regulations. Police Officers may be required to work special assignments, special events or be on call.
Requirements:
* HS Diploma
* Problem solving
* Communication: Written and Oral
* LEA Tier 1 Basic (6 months), AED / CPR Certification (1 year)
Butler University is an equal opportunity employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive and equitable environment for all employees. We welcome applications from all individuals, regardless of age, gender, gender identity, sex, race, religion, color, disability, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, national origin, or any other legally protected category.
Applicants can apply with this URL: https://careers.butler.edu/en-us/job/494393/police-officer Posting expires June 27, 2022


Ossian Police Department

The Ossian Police Department is currently accepting applications for the position of full-time Police Officer.  Pre-employment applications are being accepted through June 30, 2022. Laterals are highly encouraged to apply.
Starting salary is based on experience. Non-certified applicants must be at least 21 years of age by the date of the application. Applicants must be a high school graduate or equivalent, possess a valid driver’s license, and be able to pass background investigation, written & physical agility test (to be held on July 9, 2022) , oral interview, polygraph examination, required statewide baseline physical and psychological examination and drug test. Applicants must be able to successfully complete all phases of the process. Lateral applicants in good standing may be waived from portions of the process.
Pre-Employment Applications can be completed at https://ossianin.com/police-department/application/


Mount Vernon Police Department

We’re hiring for two positions of Police Officer! Application is available for download at mountvernon.in.gov under ”Government”, “Police Department”, and the. “Recruitment and Training”. You may also pick an application up in person at 311 College Ave. Deadline for applications is June 17, 2022 at 4:00PM.
2022 Salary and Benefits
Starting pay of $45,052, with $2000.00 increase upon completion of one year probation period, plus annual city increase.
Annual shift differential pay is $1000 for second shift and $2000 for third shift.
Longevity pay of $204 annually up to 20 years of service.
Vacation – 10 days after completing probationary year, then 5 additional days every 5 years, maxing out at 25 days
Sick days – 5 per year and can accumulate up to 25 unused sick days.
Personal days – 4 per year
Duty belt and accessories, weapons, and body armor provided
Clothing allowance of $1000 per year.
Take home car
Paid Holidays
Health, dental, and vision insurance
Life insurance
Membership in Public Employee’s Retirement Fund (INPRS).
Requirements
Must be a United States citizen
Applicants must be between the ages of 21-39 at time of application. *40 ½ if 20 years of military service with honorable discharge.
If an applicant reaches his/her thirty-ninth (39) birthday prior to appointment, his/her name shall automatically be removed from the eligibility list.
High school diploma or GED
Valid driver’s license
Good physical condition
Applicants must be able to pass a Public Employee Retirement Fund (PERF) medical examination and be accepted by the PERF pension board post-job offer.
Applicants must pass drug screens post-job offer.
Applicants must submit to a battery of psychological examinations and interview with a clinical psychologist post-job offer.
No felony convictions
Must be of good moral character


Carroll County Sheriff’s Office

The Office of the Carroll County Sheriff is now accepting applications for full time, Sheriff’s Merit Deputy.
*Applicants must be a high school graduate.
*Be 21 years old at the time of appointment.
*Must possess a valid Indiana driver’s license.
*No prior felony convictions.
*ILEA graduates are preferred.

Applications may be obtained:
-In person at the Carroll County Auditor’s Office/Human Resources Division (second floor of the Courthouse in Delphi, Indiana); OR
-The Sheriff’s Office website at www.cacoshrf.com.
Completed applications will be accepted no later than Friday afternoon June 24, 2022 at 5:00 p.m. Any applications received after this date and time will be discarded.  Completed applications can be submitted to the Carroll County Auditor’s Office/Human Resources Division, at the Carroll County Courthouse at 101 West Main Street in Delphi, Indiana OR the Carroll County Sheriff’s Office at 310 West Main Street Delphi, Indiana.
Direct any questions to Carroll County Sheriff Tobe Leazenby at 765.564.2413, ext. #1 or tleazenby@cacoshrf.com.
The Office of the Carroll County Sheriff is an Equal Opportunity Employer.


Purdue University Police Department

Purdue University is announcing the search for its next Chief of the Purdue University Police Department. Reporting to the Vice President of Physical Facilities & Chief Public Safety Officer, the chief of police is the top law enforcement officer for Purdue University and is ultimately responsible for protecting and serving the Boilermaker community. The leader we seek will lead the Purdue Police Department and engage the campus and surrounding communities as the public representative for the Police Department.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
* Establish departmental and operational policies, procedures, and goals to carry out the functions of the department
* Develop and implement strategic initiatives and set goals to achieve strategic initiatives, and provide metrics that demonstrate implementation success
* Be responsible for hiring and promotional decisions and implement or approve disciplinary measures
* Oversee successful CALEA® re-accreditation process evidencing the highest standards for public safety excellence
* Oversee a budget of 7 million and review recommendations from supervisors on requests for major funding allocations
* Provide support to the public safety team with regard to emergency planning and response, including special projects
* Maintain accurate data and reporting, and issue safety alerts and timely warnings as required by federal and state law
* Act as liaison in Emergency Operations Center(s), as needed
* Collaborate with and serve as a resource to other University departments on criminal case law, constitutional, criminal, and traffic laws, as well as enforcement of university policies and regulations
Qualifications
* Bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice, Higher Education Administration, Public Administration, or related field
* Eight (8) or more years of progressive experience in police operations, including three (3) years of administrative and supervisory experience
* In lieu of a degree, consideration will be given to an equivalent combination of related education and required work experience
* A valid US driver’s license
* Must be able to obtain and maintain Indiana Police Officer certification, including completion of 16 hours of continuing education annually
* Must have expert knowledge of public safety, law enforcement, security methods, and regulations pertaining to the activities on campus
* Must have expert knowledge of investigative procedures and crowd control techniques as they pertain to a campus environment
* Knowledge of pertinent state and federal laws and all other relevant equipment, policies, procedures, and strategies to promote the effective local, state, or national security operations to protect people, data, property, and institutions.
* Must have demonstrated knowledge of business and management principles involved in strategic planning, resource allocation, leadership technique, and coordination of people and resources
* Must be able to lead, take charge, and offer opinions and direction
* Must be able to deal calmly and effectively with high-stress situations
* Must have the ability to use logic and reasoning to identify the strengths and weaknesses of alternative solutions, conclusions, or approaches to problems
* Must have a demonstrated ability to develop constructive and cooperative working relationships, build mutual trust and respect with others, and maintain them over time.
* Must have a high standard of integrity, performance, and professional behavior
* Strong verbal and written communication skills are required
* The ability to achieve consensus and persuade (persuade?) others to change their minds and/or actions is necessary
* A solid commitment to customer service
* Must be physically and mentally capable of performing all duties of a police officer
Preferred:
* Master’s degree in Criminal Justice, Higher Education Administration, Public Administration, or related field
* Successful completion of FBI National Academy or Northwestern School of Police Staff and Command
Application Procedures
For priority consideration, please submit all application materials by June 12, 2022 to this link: https://bit.ly/39EvpFT
Candidates should include:
* A letter of interest describing why you are interested in this role, why you are a good fit for the position based on your experience, and why it is now a good time for you to consider the opportunity.
* Resume
* A statement of commitment to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion indicating their past experiences, current interests or activities, and future goals to promote a climate that values DEI. Purdue is an ADVANCE institution: https://www.purdue.edu/advance-purdue.
Additional Information
* Purdue will not sponsor an employment authorization for this position
* A Background Check will be required for employment in this position
* Certified law enforcement candidates who are currently employed full-time as a sworn officers in good standing will be exempt from the Physical Fitness Exam and Written Exam
* Required to wear a uniform including ballistic vest as required by General Orders and carry a cell phone for a callback to campus
* Exposed to job hazards and working conditions associated with police work
* FLSA: Exempt (Not Eligible For Overtime)
* Retirement Eligibility: Defined Contributions Immediately
* Please consult the following for additional benefits information: Purdue Benefits and Purdue University’s Police Officer and Firefighters Pension
* Purdue University is an EOE/AA employer. All individuals, including minorities, women, individuals with disabilities, and veterans, are encouraged to apply


Muncie Police Department

The Muncie Police Department will be hosting a hiring process.  Applications can be found online at www.cityofmuncie.com and select the link for Police Department, or can be obtained in person at Muncie City Hall in the Human Resources Office located on the 2nd floor.  The application deadline to apply will be Friday, September 9, 2022 . The physical agility assessment and written test will take place on Sunday, April 10, 2022.  Applicants will be notified after the application deadline of the finalized time and location for the physical assessment. For any questions, please contact the department at 765-747-4822 ext. 4.

Benefits include:

  • Probationary Salary- $43,940.85
  • First Class Salary- $53,586.40
  • Longevity rates based on years of certified service $900.00-$6,000.00
  • Technical Pay for any certifications listed in the local C.B.A. with FOP Lodge 87.
  • Degree Pay- $500.00 annually for Associate’s, $1000.00 annually for Bachelor’s, $1,500.00 annually for Master’s or Doctorate.  (Added to annual salary following probationary year)
  • Competitive vacation time (Maximum 320 annual hours at 20 years of service)
  • 14 paid holidays
  • $1,350 annually in clothing allowance (Paid in two installments-June and December) after probationary year.
  • Personally assigned vehicle after successful completion of FTO program
  • Shift differential for midnight shift (3% of starting salary) if assigned to midnight shift after probationary year.
  • Health Savings Account with annual City contribution of $1,000.00 for successful completion healthy rewards required tasks.
  • 12 hour rotating weekend off schedule for Uniform Division.
  • Membership in 1977 Police and Firefighters Pension Fund

Text "JOINMPD" to 765-523-4547 or click this link for our online application.


Rush County Sheriff’s Office

Rush County Sheriff’s Office is accepting applications for Lateral Position Full Time Merit Deputy.
Successful applicant must possess the following qualifications:
-Certified Indiana Law Enforcement Officer(Tier 1)
-High School Graduate or equivalent education
-Clear background check.
-Pass a Physical Fitness Exam consisting of ILEA Entrance Standards
-21 years of age.
-Valid Indiana driver’s license
-Pass alcohol & drug screening when requested
-US Citizen
-Applications are available at:
Rush County Sheriff’s Office
131 E. 1st St, Rushville, IN 46173
Or
Email: sheriffadmin@rushcounty.in.gov
-Applications must be received by: 4:00 PM on June 10, 2022
-Applications may be picked in person or through email by emailing: sheriffadmin@rushcounty.in.gov
-Starting Salary: $49,296.00
-No telephone inquiries.
-Rush County is an EOE


Knightstown Police Department

The Knightstown Police Department will be accepting applications for the position of Part-Time Police Officer and Reserve Police Officer. All applications must be turned in by 5:00 PM on June 10, 2022. Applications can be printed from the following link.
http://cms5.revize.com/revize/knightstown/departments/docs/KPD%20Police%20Office%20%20Application%202017.pdf
If you have any questions please call 765-571-0756
Please drop off all applications to Knightstown Police Department located at 120 East Main Street Knightstown, IN. 46148 or email to fbeatrice@knightstown.in

Part-Time Police Officers must have ILEA Tier 1 or 2 certifications, be current on training, be at least 21 years old, have no felony convictions and be in good standing with the LETB. This position pays $18.00 per hour and the schedule is as needed.

Reserve Police Officers must have already completed the pre-basic program, be current on training, be at least 21 years old, have no felony convictions and be in good standing with the LETB. Reserve Officers are required to work a minimum of two - twelve hour shifts each month, provide their own firearm and most gear needed for the job. Knightstown Police Department does allow Reserve Officers to work approved off duty employment after one year of service.


Jasper County Sheriff's Department

Jasper County Sheriff's Department *** Accepting Applications***
Job type – Full-time Sheriff’s Deputy (Merit)
Salary 7-Year Matrix
Year 1 $51,000
Year 2 $52,530
Year 3 $54,105
Year 4 $55,728
Year 5 $57,399
Year 6 $59,120
Year 7 $61,500  
(Depending on Experience you may qualify for lateral pay)
Education - High School Diploma or equivalent required
** Requirements: Applicants must meet the following:
- Be a United States citizen
- Be at least 21 years old
- Possess a valid driver's license to operate an automobile
- Possess a high school diploma or GED
- No felony convictions, domestic violence convictions, or a dishonorable military discharge.
- Be able to successfully complete the Indiana Law Enforcement Academy
-As part of the application process, a Physical Fitness Assessment will be conducted.
Indiana Police Academy Graduates will not have to take written and physical agility tests.
Specialties: Investigations, Sheriff's Tactical Squad, K9 Unit, Drone, FTO, DRE, Accident Reconstruction and Instructor.
Benefits: 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.
Duties to Include (but are not limited to): Work 12 hr. shifts, regularly conduct patrol of county roads and other designated areas, maintain high visibility and ensure security of residences and businesses. Investigate and report suspicious or unlawful activities, and perform necessary actions to enforce laws. Serve various legal documents, including summons, court orders to appear, notice of hearings; return documents to appropriate officials/courts. Periodically testify in court as required. Pursue, apprehend, search and arrest suspects.
Each officer shall maintain a professional appearance and provide service to the citizens of Jasper County.
Applications can be obtained at jaspercountypolice.com or at 2171 N. McKinley Avenue Rensselaer, Indiana 47978. Applications will only be accepted by mail or dropping off at Jasper County Sheriff’s Office by May 31, 2022 at 4:00 p.m.


Greencastle Police Department

The Greencastle Police Department is currently accepting applications for the position of Probationary Patrolman through May 27, 2022.  Applicants must be at least 21 years of age and possess a high school diploma or GED equivalent.  Those interested in submitting an application for Probationary Patrolman can do so by visiting cityofgreencastle.com and download the application under the Police Department or pick one up in person at city hall, 1North Locust Street Greencastle, IN 46135.  The application explains the minimum requirements for becoming a Probationary patrolman of the City of Greencastle.
The Greencastle Police Department will be conducting a written and physical agility test for applicants on Saturday, June 11, 2022 starting at 9:00 a.m. at the Area 30 Career Center.
The City of Greencastle is an Equal Opportunity Employer which does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, age or other unlawful bias.
Benefits Include:
. First Year Probationary Salary: $51,459.20
. 12 Hour Shifts for patrol division with every other weekend off
. Take Home Vehicle—Clothing Allowance
. Health, Dental, Vision and Life Insurance offered
. Short and Long Term Disability – Paid Vacation and Medical Leave
. 977 Police Officer Retirement


Town of LaPaz

Wanted For Full Time Position:  Applicants must be a current certified police officer.  Must be current with all certifications requirements met. 40 hours per week with two weeks' vacation. See the Town of LaPaz website (www.lapazindiana.com) for more information. All interested parties must fill out an application and send it along with a resume to:
Town of LaPaz
PO Box 820
LaPaz, IN 46537  Posting expires  June 20, 2022


Union City Police Department

The Union City Police Department is accepting applications for the position of full time police officer. Indiana Law Enforcement Academy certified officers are encouraged to apply however not required.
Applicants must be a US Citizen, at least 21 years of age, possess a high school diploma or equivalent, and have a valid Indiana driver’s license. Applicants can not have any felony convictions or convictions for domestic battery. Applicants must pass all aspects of the hiring process including physical agility testing, written examination, background investigation, oral interview, medical screening, and psychological evaluation. The selected applicant must be able to graduate from the Indiana Law Enforcement Academy.
Salary and Benefits:
-Probationary Officer - $32,635.00 annually
-First Class Patrolman - $36,961.00 annually
-Master Patrolman - $38.688.00 annually
-Longevity Pay - $1,108.84 - $7,761.93 annually
-9 Paid Holidays
-Overtime Opportunities Available
-Take Home Car
-Monthly Cell Phone Stipend
- $800 Uniform Allowance Annually
-Paid Exercise Time  
-Vacation Time
-After 1 year of service 5 vacation days
- 2 – 9 years of services 10 vacations days
- After 10 years of services 15 vacations days
-Personal Time
-32 hours after 180 days from hire
-32 personal hours every year following
Applications will be accepted from May 18, 2022 until June 1, 2022. Applications can be picked up at the Union City Police Department.  If you have any questions you can contact the police department at  (765) 964-5328 or Captain Logan Shoemaker via email at lshoemaker@unioncity-in.gov


Anderson Police Department

The Anderson Police Department is currently accepting applications for Lateral Transfers. Applications can be found online at https://www.cityofanderson.com/jobs.aspx. The application deadline to apply will be November 30, 2022. For any questions, please contact Training Coordinator Sgt. John Baysinger at jbaysinger@cityofanderson.com or (765) 648-6764.
SALARY & BENEFITS
* 2022 Patrol Officer probationary pay: $52,365.
* 2022 Patrol Officer base pay: $52,765.
* Salary increases of 3% for 2023, 3% for 2024, and 4% for 2025.
* Educational pay - Associates Degree $800; Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science Degree $1600.
* Total tuition reimbursement through Master's Degree.
* Firearms Qualification - $750 per year.
* Clothing Allowance - $1200 per year.
* 12-Hour Shift (rotating weekends).
* Take-home car program.
* Paid Holidays.
* Personal Days.
* State Pension: Based on 20 years of service.
* Union negotiated contracts.
* City-paid Life and Accidental Death Insurance.
* Several Health Insurance options are available
* VACATION
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


Morgan County Sheriff’s Office

The Morgan County Sheriff’s Office is accepting applications for position of Merit Deputy. Qualified candidates should go to https://www.in.gov/sheriffs/morgan/2448.htm and complete the pre-application.  Late, incomplete or applications with illegible e-mail addresses will not be considered.  All notifications related to this hiring process will be conducted via e-mail so applicants must maintain an active e-mail account.
Non-Lateral Applicants will receive an emailed invitation for test through Eventbrite.com.  At times, this email is delivered as junk email.  
Please confirm your attendance!
All pre-applications should be submitted no later than 4:00 P.M. on June 22, 2022.  A complete application and supporting documentation will be required upon successful completion of the first phase.  

Merit Deputy Process dates:
June 25, 2022               - Physical Agility Testing and Written Exam [08:00 hrs.]
July 11-15, 2022 - Board of Supervisors Interview [May Include Evenings]
TBA                             - Merit Board Interviews [Evening]

Previous applicants will be added to this poll of candidates.  Applications are maintained on file for a period of 1 year. If you submitted an application with a valid email address, within the last 12 months [June 1, 2021], you will receive a letter (Email) of invitation to participate in the testing stage of this process.  
Written and Physical Agility testing will be held at the Martinsville High School Cafeteria, 1460 E. Gray Street, Martinsville, IN 46151.  Top scoring candidates will advance to Board of Supervisor Interviews.  

If you are a Lateral Applicant, you will not be required to participate in the physical agility and written exam portion of this process.  
Complete Pre-Application and note “Tier 1 Certified” under remarks or Contact Captain Brent Worth at bworth@morgancounty.in.gov for questions.  
To view agility standards, visit http://www.in.gov/ilea/2338.htm.
To view sample materials for POST written testing, visit https://www.applytoserve.com/Study/.
*Dates and locations subject to change.  Further announcements/notifications are handled through email.


Greensburg Police Department

The Greensburg Indiana Police Department is currently accepting applications for a full time Police Officer.  Certified Police Officers are encouraged to apply and will be waived from the Physical Fitness Assessment, and Written Examinations portion of the selection process.  
You can obtain a Pre Application at www.cityofgreensburg.com in the Police Recruitment tab. These Pre Applications must be submitted by June 18, 2022 at 4:00 p.m. Pre Applications may be returned in person to the Police Department or emailed to Sgt. Joe Radcliff.
For more information please visit our website or contact:
Sgt. Joe Radcliff
201 S. Broadway St Greensburg, IN 47240
P: 812-663-3131 (8:00 a.m.- 4:00 p.m.)
Email: jradcliff@greensburg.in.gov


Cedar Lake Police Department

Town of Cedar Lake is now Hiring Certified Police Officers for an Emergency Hire
This position is for an immediate opening and eligibility list for the position of Probationary Patrolman.
Applicants must be Indiana Law Enforcement certified and enrolled in PERF.
Applications can be obtained from the Town of Cedar Lake web page at cedarlakein.org or by emailing carl.brittingham@cedarlakein.org
Applications & supporting documents must be returned by email, in person, or by mail no later than 4:00pm on Friday, June 10, 2022
If you have questions you can contact the Cedar Lake Police Department 219-37 4-5416 or by email
WAGES & BENEFITS:  
* Probationary (6 months) $60.112.26 salary
* Second Class (6 months) $62,114.26 salary
* First Class (after l yr.) $63,958.96 salary
* Longevity Pay: 3yrs $15 per pay 19 yrs. $75 per pay
* PERF: Based on Police Officer First Class Special w/ Town Contributions
* Uniform Allowance: $1,500
* 13 Personal Days
* 240 Accumulative Sick Hours
* Vacation 80 hrs. after l yr. I 120 hrs. after 5 yrs. / 200 hrs. after 20 yrs.
* Health Insurance
* Dental/Vision Insurance
* (20K life insurance)
* Take Home car
* 4&2 rotation with possible 12 hr. shifts in future


Columbus Regional Hospital Police Department

Columbus Regional Hospital Police Department is now taking applications for Hospital Police Officer at Columbus, IN. until June 18, 2022
What you need to know about this position:
* As a newly established Hospital Police Department we are a very progressive and active department. We are seeking candidates that have the desire and ability to model the 5 elements of our Hospital Police Mission Statement: Compassion, Respect, Honor, Professionalism and Dedication.
o“The mission of the Columbus Regional Hospital Police Department is to maintain a Safe and Civil Environment for our patients, visitors and workforce in support of creating a healing environment. We will remain committed to showing Compassion for patients, Respect for each other, while serving with Honor, Professionalism and Dedication to those that we serve”.
* In October of 2019 The Columbus Regional Health (CRH) Protective Services Department was designated a “Program of Distinction” by the International Association for Healthcare Security and Safety (IAHSS). CRH is one of 44 organizations that have earned the honor in the United States and Canada, and one of only two programs of distinction in the state of Indiana.
* This position will require you to work 6:00AM – 6:00PM; 40 weekly hours. Weekend and holiday rotation.
What is required for this position:
Education and/or Experience
* High school diploma or GED equivalent
* Law Enforcement experience preferred
Certificates, Licenses, Registrations
* Valid driver’s license required, and must meet the hospital's liability insurance carrier requirements.  
* Indiana Law Enforcement Academy Tier I or Tier II Police Certification within one year of hire required.
* Completion of Certified Basic Healthcare Security Officer (CBHSO) within one year of hire required.
* Taser Certification within one year of hire required.  
* Basic Life Support (BLS) certification required.
Contact Assistant Chief James Weber at jwebster2@crh.org or 812-376-5655

To complete an online application please follow this link:  https://careers.crh.org/9310/


Town of New Carlisle

The Town of New Carlisle has an opening for a full-time deputy marshal.  
Interested applicants must hold current ILEA Certification.
Benefits include excellent health, dental and prescription insurance; paid vacation, sick, and personal days; 12.5 paid holidays; PERF Retirement; department cell phone; take home vehicle.
Applications are available on the Town of New Carlisle website:
http://www.townofnewcarlisle.com/employment.php
Completed applications may be emailed to the Clerk-Treasurer at: s.moffitt@townofnewcarlisle.com
Or
Mailed to:
Town of New Carlisle
Applications
PO Box 6
New Carlisle, IN 46552-0006
Applications accepted until the positions are filled.


Grand Rapids Police Department

The Grand Rapids Police Dept. is currently hiring certified officers, or those that will be certified by December 2022.  The deadline to apply is September 2, 2022 and the estimated start date is Dec. 12, 2022.  Please see the attached flyer for details and our website, www.JOINGRPD.COM for much more information.  Applications must be submitted through the city's website at the link below.

https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/grandrapids/jobs/3546699/police-officer-certified-certifiable-22-06?pagetype=jobOpportunitiesJobs


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, and returned no later than 12:00pm on Friday, June 17, 2022.
Lateral applicants will be accepted and are encouraged to apply. 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 $52,930 per year. Other benefits include:
- Health Insurance costing the employee $1 per year
- Uniform Allowance
- Gym membership
- Holiday and longevity pay
- Take home vehicle if residing within Fulton County or surrounding county


Elkhart Police Department

The Elkhart 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 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.
» 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
» Insurance costs Recently Reduced
» Public Employee Retirement Fund
» 96% of Pension Contribution Provided by City (99% in 2022)
» 4th Class Patrolman – $57,001.00 – 1st year
» 3rd Class Patrolman – $58,315.00 – 2nd year
» 2nd Class Patrolman – $61,751.12 – 3rd year
» 1st Class Patrolman – $66,500.22 – 4th year
» Investigator – $68,500.10
» Sergeant – $70,500.10
» Lieutenant – $74,505.06
» $2,000.00 Annual Clothing Allowance
» $1,200.00 (Approx.) Annual Sick Incentive
Lateral Entry Program
Annually            Incentive                  Bonus
Academy Cert & up to 2 yrs. of Experience:           $58,315          3-Personal Days        $3,000
3 yrs. of Experience:                                               $61,751          5-Personal Days        $5,000
4 or more years of Experience:                             $66,500 10-Personal Days        $7,500
For further questions, contact Corporal Kristin Klimek at 574-327-3572 or email Kristin.klimek@elkhartpolice.org
Apply at https://elkhartpolice.org/careers/
APPLICATIONS ACCEPTED UNTIL POSITIONS ARE FILLED


Indiana University Police Department

Indiana University Police Department – Bloomington, Northwest (Gary, IN), Columbus, IUPUI (Indianapolis, IN), South Bend, and Southeast (New Albany, IN) is accepting applications for a Patrol Officer position.  
Indiana University’s Law Enforcement Officer is a position for the fully empowered police officer. This position performs law enforcement work to ensure a safe, secure and service oriented environment.
The Law Enforcement Officer requires candidates to serve at least a one-year probationary period and successfully complete an on-the-job Field Training Officer program.

Please visit jobs.iu.edu to apply for posting number 300460. Deadline for accepting applications is June 8, 2022.


Clay County Sheriff’s Office

The Clay County Sheriff’s Office is seeking a full time Merit Deputy.  Clay County Sheriff’s Office offers a wide array of benefits for all full-time employees including:
* Medical/Vision/Dental Benefits/HSA
* Retirement Benefits
* Paid Time Off
* Holidays/Comp Days Earned
* Starting Hourly Pay Deputy $19.67 / Merit Deputy $21.06 (based on 84 hrs bi-weekly)
* Uniforms and Equipment Provided Plus $1,200 Allowance
* Paid Night Time Shift Differential of $1,200
* Longevity Pay 1yr-$500 / 3yr-$1,500 / 5yr- $2,500 / 15yr- 3,500 / 20yr- 5,000
* Professional Development and Training Opportunities
Qualified applicants must be at least 21 years of age and be a Citizen of the United States with a High School Diploma or equivalent. Applicants must be willing to work in an “on call” capacity.
All pre-registration forms must be completed correctly and in full, and submitted no later than 4pm June 17, 2022.  Any incomplete or falsified applications will result in the applicant’s elimination from the process. We will tentatively be conducting our physical agility test and written test on June 25, 2022
Those interested will need to complete a pre-application form which can be obtained by emailing Chief Deputy Josh Clarke at clarke@claycountyin.gov. Our process is done by electronic form only.


Tippecanoe County Sheriff's Department

Tippecanoe County Sheriff's Department is looking for Full Time Jail Deputies.  They work twelve hours shifts.  Pay for entry level is $43,763 annually, Health Insurance, Indiana P.E.R.F. and Other benefits.  You can apply at the Tippecanoe County Government Website in the Human Resources Section.   Any questions please contact Sgt. Miller at 765-423-9388 Extension 3225.
Posting expires June 9, 2022


Northern Indiana Commuter Transportation District Transit Police

Hiring: Northern Indiana Commuter Transportation District (South Shore Line) Transit Police – East Chicago

The Northern Indiana Commuter Transportation District Transit Police is hiring a full time patrol officer.  Salary and benefits are as follows:
- Annual starting pay of $63,057 for Tier 1 ILEA certified officers with 2 years minimum recent overall police experience and 1 year actual patrol experience.
- Contribution to 401(a) Supplemental Pension Plan of 8% of scheduled salary (no match required) after one year of service.  
- Social Security + Indiana Public Employees Retirement Fund (not 1977 Police and Fire Fund)
- Health, dental, vision, and life insurance coverage as low as $60/month if officer participates in the voluntary wellness program and has COVID-19  vaccinations.
- Vacation is 3 weeks annually from date of hire to 10 years of service. 4 weeks annually from 10 years to 20 years of service.  Five weeks after 20 years.
- Vacations accumulate or may be sold back at full rate; no “use it or lose it” requirements.
- Normal schedules are seven 12 hour shifts per 2 week pay period plus varying amounts of overtime.  Overtime opportunities available.
- Firearms supplied; clothing allowance for on-duty uniforms and related equipment.
-Take home squad cars (restrictions apply)
- Pass privileges on the South Shore Line for officer and family (restrictions apply)
- Details at:   https://www.mysouthshoreline.com/about/job-opportunities.
To apply, send resume and cover letter by 5 pm on Friday, June 17, 2022, to:  Bjarne R. Henderson, Director – HR&LR, NICTD, 601 North Roeske Ave., Michigan City, IN  46360, bjarne.henderson@nictd.com; Fax 219 872 5841.


Putnam County 911

Putnam County 911 has an open position for a full-time 911 Dispatcher.  All training provided.  Pay after probation is about $19.42/hour.   Benefits provided.  High School Diploma/GED required.  Must be resident of Putnam County or county next to Putnam.  Application deadline is May 27, 2022.  Applications available on line at https://co.putnam.in.us/911-home/dispatcher-application/ (then click on the link to download).  
Questions call 765-653-5115 x100 or dcostin@putnamcounty911.org.
APPLICANT MUST:
* Have a high school diploma or have GED equivalent.
* Complete and submit an application.  Applications may be mailed, emailed, faxed or delivered to the above address.
* Be 18 years of age.
* Not have a conviction of a Class A Misdemeanor or above.
* Pass job required schooling (partial list includes:  CPR certification, Emergency Medical Dispatch certification, FBI NCIC operator course, etc.)  All training is paid by your employer once you are hired.
* Pass interview and background check process.
* Be a Putnam County resident or a resident of a county that adjoints Putnam
* Pass Drug Screen
* Be willing to work flexible hours
* Once hired, the dispatcher will be required to pass periodic drug and alcohol screening as well as periodic performance reviews.
HOURS:
* Work schedule is flexible and variable.  This is a 24x7 operation including holidays.  Over time maybe required and is paid at the 1.5 rate.  The basic work week is a 40-hour week (can be 8 or 10 hour days).
* Training will mostly be on the job (OJT) and will require employer provided and paid for certified training.  Initial hires are on probationary pay for six months of about $1,544.83 salaried every two weeks (or about $19.31 per hour).  Once probationary period is passed (by performance evaluation), current full base salary is $1,553.77 every two weeks (or about $19.42 per hour).
* The position open at this hire is what we call the “float shift”, which means your shift can change from month to month.  The float shift fills vacation and other vacancies created by full time employees with more seniority.  Shifts are generally assigned by seniority and, as a general practice, are somewhat fixed.
BENEFITS:
* Full time employees earn vacation, sick leave and personal time.  Employees can also bank holiday time.  Hours here are generally flexible.
* There is a retirement package.
* There is medical and life insurance provided by your employer.
* For further details on these please call/email the contact above.


Bloomington Police Department

Bloomington Police Hiring Certified Police Officers for Lateral Transfer with $5,000 HIRING BONUS
To start the application process, submit your contact information at: https://bloomington.in.gov/police/employment
BPD offers many growth opportunities including extensive training and opportunities to specialize including detective, special investigations, CIRT officer, hostage negotiation, dive team, civil disturbance unit, honor guard, training instructor, field training officer, and Downtown Resource Officer.
Salary & Benefit Highlights:
-$5,000 hiring bonus ($2,500 at start and $2,500 at completion of field training)
-Starting salary for certified officers: $58,608. Salary set to increase to $66,327 in 2023.
-Rent assistance and one-time down payment assistance ($12,000) available after completing the probationary year for residences located inside Bloomington city limits
-Take home vehicles available to certified officers who reside inside Bloomington city limits after completing field training
-Beginning vacation leave: 28 days (prorated first year)
-Unlimited sick leave with full pay
-Free unlimited access to on-staff Tactical Athletic Trainer for treatment and prevention of on and off-duty injuries
-Free unlimited confidential access to on-staff social workers for consultation, referrals, and/or treatment regarding mental and emotional wellbeing
Additional details at: https://bloomington.in.gov/police/employment
Posting expires June 6, 2022


Hancock County Sheriff Department

The Hancock County Sheriff’s Department is seeking to hire Jail Correctional Officers who thrive in a fast-paced work environment and possess great communication skills. A brand new facility for the sheriff’s office / jail is nearing its completion with fresh new furnishings and advanced technology. Hancock County is a great place to grow your career and to work with an existing top-notch team.  Posting expires June 5, 2022
Correctional employees receive:
- Probationary officer starting salary: $43,712
- First Class Jail Corrections Officer – (after 3rd year): $46,512
- 12 hour shifts with every other Saturday off
- Health benefits – (dental & vision options)
- Uniform and firearm provided
- Paid holidays, vacation days, and personal days
- Retirement benefits
- 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
- Ability to pass a background check, drug test, physical and psychological exam
- Corrections experience is preferred but not a requirement
- Familiarity with security regulations and basic safety procedures
The first step in our hiring process is a written examination - go to the website: EMPCO.net to schedule your written exam.
**To be considered for the hiring process, every candidate must complete their written test with a passing score of 70% or above.
If you have current or previous Correctional experience, please contact Captain Bridget Foy by email -  bfoy@hancockcoingov.org or by phone 317-477-1178 ext. 3105


Adams County Sheriff Office

Sheriff Daniel L Mawhorr has announced that the Adams County Sheriff Office is looking to hire a full time Deputy Sheriff. This application process will close June 3, 2022 @ 4:30pm. All applications for this position MUST be turned in before this deadline!
The successful applicant for this position must be dependable and reliable; possess good communication skills; have basic computer knowledge; be willing to work various shifts; be willing to work in a confined area; be able to handle stressful situations and be able to work well with others. They also must be willing to work 12 hours hour shifts that may include days, nights, weekends, holidays or during inclement weather.
The successful applicant must also have no felony convictions and possess a valid driver’s license. They must also have the ability to read and write the English language and have a high school diploma, G.E.D. or T.A.S.K. This position also requires the successful applicant to attend and pass the ILEA training academy within one year of hire.
The successful applicant will be provided all uniforms and equipment to perform his or her duties. Adams County offers a benefit package which includes but is not limited to longevity pay increases, paid vacations, holidays, sick leave, insurance plans as well as a retirement and 457b plan. The starting wage is $48,828.00 per year and after  becoming a merited Deputy the salary goes to $53,820 per year.
Lateral Applicants (ILEA Tier 1 Certification) have the possibility of having the starting pay waived and could start at the merited deputy pay of 53,820.00.  
Applications can be picked up from the Adams County Sheriff’s Office, 911 W. Peacekeepers Way, Decatur, Indiana 46733 Monday through Friday between the hours of 8:00 am – 4:30 pm or requested by email at leocareers@co.adams.in.us. Completed applications must be returned to the Adams County Law Enforcement Detention Center. Incomplete applications will not be processed for this position. Any questions should be directed to Chief Deputy Eric Beer at the Adams County Law Enforcement Center by calling 260-724-5345


West Lafayette Police Department

What are you waiting for?  It’s time to apply!  2022 is a big year for the West Lafayette Police Department!  Here are just a few things to look forward to:  
* Starting salary of $62,788 and after first year of employment, salary is $66,249.  
* 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 (max $4,000)  
* Take Home Car for Homeowners within City limits.  
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 $66,249.  
** 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 Employment Opportunities and under Human Resources click on the link “See current job openings and apply online” to fill out your application immediately.  Do not miss 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.  
The deadline for the current application process ends, Wednesday, July 20, 2022 at midnight. Written and physical testing will be conducted on Sunday, July 24th, 2022 at 9:00 am.  We will also be testing again on October 23rd, 2022.  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


Indiana State Excise Police

Hiring 10+ New Recruits/Lateral Officers in multiple districts! Accepting Pre-Applications Now! DEADLINE to submit Employment Notification Form is June 30, 2022! Submit online at https://www.in.gov/atc/isep/2369.htm
The Indiana State Excise Police (ISEP) is the law enforcement division of the Indiana Alcohol & Tobacco Commission and Excise Officers are fully certified police officers with powers across the state of Indiana. The primary mission of the department is to provide professional and efficient law enforcement service with an emphasis on Indiana's alcohol & tobacco laws. Along with their criminal law enforcement responsibilities, Excise Officers are also charged with the administrative enforcement of Indiana alcohol & tobacco laws in all establishments that hold an alcoholic beverage permit and/or a tobacco sales certificate.
Excise Officers are on a 20 yr. pay matrix with pre-determined annual increases. The starting recruit salary is $47,000 or $1,807 bi-weekly during the first 8 weeks while in recruit school. Lateral hires start at the probationary officer pay of $51,000 or $1,961 bi-weekly.

Working for ISEP is a rewarding career with numerous benefits. ISEP provides excellent affordable medical/dental/vision/prescription/life insurance for individuals, families, and retirees; Annual salary increases; Flexible work schedules; Overtime opportunities; Tuition reimbursement; Take-home vehicles; 12 paid vacation days annually with additional days after 5, 10, and 20 yrs; Paid sick and personal days; 15 paid holidays; 150 hours New Parent Leave; Lifetime pension; Deferred Compensation plan with matching; Prior military and law enforcement service purchase options into pension; GI Bill on the job training benefits and more..
Basic Qualifications:
* Be a citizen of the United States.
* Be at least 21 years of age to attend the Excise Police Recruit Training Academy.
* High school diploma or General Educational Development (G.E.D.) certificate.
* Have a valid driver’s license.
* Must be willing to serve in, or be assigned to, any district in the State of Indiana and the ability to work rotating shifts.
* Must be able to pass a character, financial and background check.
* More in depth list of qualifications can be found on our employment page. https://www.in.gov/atc/isep/employment

Hiring Phases (Each step must be passed to proceed to the next):
* Written examination (Multiple locations/dates subject to change)                            
Saturday, July 16, 2022
Indiana Law Enforcement Academy (ILEA), Plainfield, IN

Saturday, July 23, 2022
Southwest Indiana Law Enforcement Academy, Evansville, IN

Saturday, July 23, 2022
South Central Jr.-Sr. High School, Union Mills, IN

* Physical Agility (Will take place the same day directly after passing written exam) Standards: Vertical Jump/13.5 Inches; One Minute Sit-ups/24; 300 Meter Run/82 Seconds; Maximum Push-ups/21; 1.5 Mile Run/18 Minutes 56 Seconds
* Application submission (Turned in after passing physical agility)
* Oral interview
* Conditional employment offer - Polygraph examination; Background Investigation; Superintendent interview, Psychological examination; Drug screen; and Medical examination
Civilian Applicants:
Civilian applicants must meet all established pre-employment minimum standards, as well as successfully complete all testing, screening, and background screening components.
* Civilian recruits must attend the 8-week ISEP Recruit School that is housed at the Indiana Law Enforcement Academy. (approx. 4 weeks will be virtual learning)
* Within 1 yr of completing ISEP recruit school, civilian recruits must also attend the 16 week Tier 1 Basic Course at the Indiana Law Enforcement Academy.
Lateral Police Applicants: The ISEP Lateral Employment Program is an alternate selection process for applicants currently or previously employed by a local, state, or federal law enforcement agency, or a university or hospital department operated under state law, in a law enforcement capacity in which the applicant has or had the power of arrest and is or was authorized by the agency to carry a weapon.
* Lateral applicants must meet all established pre-employment minimum standards, as well as successfully complete all testing, screening, and background screening components.
* Lateral applicants must possess an Indiana Law Enforcement Academy (ILEA) certification or another state or federal certification accepted through the ILEA waiver requirement.
* Lateral applicants with Indiana certification or waivers must successfully complete an accelerated Recruit School and Field Training Program.
To be considered for the current hiring process, applicants must complete and submit the Employment Notification Form online by 11:59 p.m. (EST) June 30, 2022 https://www.in.gov/atc/isep/2369.htm (Employment Notification Forms received after this time will not be considered for the current hiring process)
Please visit https://www.in.gov/atc/isep to learn more about the Indiana State Excise Police and Indiana Alcohol and Tobacco Commission. Email iseprecruiting@atc.in.gov if you would like to speak to a recruiter.


Kingsford Heights Police Department

The Kingsford Heights Police Department is currently accepting applications for FULL-TIME DEPUTY MARSHAL.  Applications can be obtained Online at www.kingsfordheightspolicedepartment.com, In person from the Kingsford Heights Town hall, located at 504 Grayton RD. Kingsford Heights, IN 46346 or requested by email to khpd.townmarshal@gmail.com.  The application deadline to apply will be Monday June 20, 2022, at 3:00pm central time.  Applicants will undergo an extensive background investigation.  
The Kingsford Heights Police Department is a proactive Police Department with support from the Town Council and community members.  The Kingsford Heights Police Department has excellent equipment and included benefits
Benefits include:
* Starting Salary- $47,000/year with projected pay increases.
* Town reimbursed insurance of up to $1,000/month that can be used for the whole family
* Take home car program
* Flexible work schedule and work times
* PERF Retirement
* Ability to attend training in a variety of subjects
Any questions can be directed to Marshal Matthew Farthing by email at khpd.townmarshal@gmail.com, or by phone (219)-393-3028.


Martinsville Police Department

The Martinsville Police Department is accepting applications for full-time police officer positions.  The 2022 salary for an entry-level police officer is $52,037.  ILEA Tier 1 lateral transfer officers are encouraged to apply and will be paid $52,037- $66,287 commensurate with experience.
Benefits for full-time police officers:
 Rotating 12-hour shifts, (every other weekend off Pitman schedule)
 Health, dental, vision, and life insurance
 Health Savings Account with $4500 city contribution
 INPRS 1977 Retirement
 $1,400 a year clothing allowance
 Paid sick/personal/vacation/bereavement leave
 Longevity pay
 Extra $500 per year for a college degree
 Retirement health insurance program
 Take-home vehicle program
 Opportunities for specialty positions, K9, SWAT, detective, instructor, FTO
 Overtime & off-duty employment opportunities
 Disability, accident, cancer, critical insurance offered
 Additional 457b retirement plans offered
Basic requirements:
 Citizen of the United States
  Must be at least 21 and less than 40 years of age at the time of appointment
 Valid Indiana driver’s license
 High school diploma or GED equivalent
 No felony or domestic battery convictions
 No dishonorable discharges from the Military
 Successfully pass each phase of the selection process, including background, written aptitude test, physical agility test, and oral interviews.
 Ability to successfully complete (or have already completed) ILEA tier 1 basic course certification.
Applications are available online at www.martinsville.in.gov .  Completed applications must be submitted by midnight on May 29, 2022.  Physical agility and written testing will be conducted on June 4, 2022, beginning promptly at 9:00 am location Martinsville High School track.   Lateral applicants will not be required to compete in the physical agility portion of the hiring process and are encouraged to contact Deputy Chief Ken Murphy @ kmurphy@martinsville.in.gov, or by telephone @ (765)349-4900 immediately after submitting your application for further instructions.


Ball State University Police Department

The Ball State University Police Department is accepting applications from Indiana Law Enforcement Academy Tier 1 certified Officers and non-certified individuals.  
Certified Training rate of pay $21.76/Post-training rate $25.57 with two years of previous full time sworn law enforcement experience.  Non-certified new hire rate of $19.58.  
Applicants must be able to perform all functions outlined in the job duties and physical assessment, pass a written exam and polygraph exam.
Benefits include Paid time off, 9 holidays, medical and dental benefits, University tuition fee remission for employee and dependents after one year of full-time employment.  
Applications will be accepted through June 5, 2022.  Physical Assessment is scheduled for Saturday, June 11, 2022 at 1230pm.  The written exam will be administered immediately following the physical assessment on Saturday, June 11, 2022.
Tier 1 certified officers will not be required to complete the physical assessment and written exam on Saturday, June 11, 2022. Applications from certified officers will be reviewed as they are received, and forwarded to the department for review.
Follow the link below for additional information and application:

Tier 1 Certified Officers: https://bsu.peopleadmin.com/postings/30779

Non-Certified Officers: https://bsu.peopleadmin.com/postings/30778


Brown County Sheriff’s Office

The Brown County Sheriff’s Office is accepting applications for the position of Merit Deputy Sheriff. We will be hiring for current opening(s) and for future openings through early 2023.
The salary for these positions will by approximately $57,322 next year.
Applicant testing includes a written test and a physical test using ILEA exit standards.
Applications can be downloaded at www.browncountyinsheriff.net and submitted by email, U.S. mail, or delivered in person at 55 E. SR 46, Nashville, Indiana 47448.  
Applications must be received by 4:00 pm on May 27, 2022.
Questions can be sent by email to: sheriff@browncounty-in.us


MSD Wayne Township

Please find attached a job description for an opening as a School Resource Officer with the MSD Wayne Township in Indianapolis.  The link online for the position can be found here .
Posting expires May 28, 2022


Angola City Police Department

The Angola City Police Department is now accepting applications for Police Officer Candidates for the purpose of establishing an eligibility list for current and future vacancies.

Applicants must:
*  be a resident citizen of the United States of America
*  be at least 21 years of age and have not reached 40 years of age at the time of appointment to the Department
*  be a high school graduate or possess a High School Equivalency or GED
*  possess a valid driver’s license
*  have no record of felony convictions
*  have no misdemeanor conviction of domestic violence
*  if prior military, be Honorably Discharged
*  be of good moral character and possess a high degree of honesty and integrity
*  possess an acceptable level of verbal and written skills to successfully execute the essential duties and functions of the job
*  possess an acceptable level of dexterity to successfully execute the essential duties and functions of the job
*  possess the ability to interact appropriately with the public, team members, elected officials and others
Wage
*  Wage Range - $1476.89 - $1,969.19 / bi-weekly (26 pays per year) – Starting wage is based on applicable skills and experience.
Applications may be obtained at the Angola City Police Department, 202 W Gilmore St Angola, IN 46703. Applications must be received no later than 12:00 PM., Friday, June 3, 2022. The City of Angola is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Lateral applications for ILEA certified officers are welcome. Questions can be directed to Assistant Chief Darrin Taylor at dtaylor@angolain.org.


Paoli Police Department

The Paoli Police Department is accepting applications for 1 full-time Police Officer. Applicant must have an active Tier 1 Indiana Law Enforcement Academy Certificate.

We anticipate to hire by the end of May 2022. So please ensure your application is turned in as soon as possible.
Applicants must be at least 21 years of age, High school graduate (or GED), have a valid Indiana driver’s license, pass a thorough background investigation, never been convicted of a felony or a domestic violence offense, complete an interview process, and be of good reputation and character.
Candidates must also pass a background investigation, and oral interviews. Failure to complete any or part of the process will disqualify you.
The Paoli Police Department offers: Medical Insurance paid for by the Town of Paoli with Dental and Vision Insurance available. Paid Vacation, Holiday and PTO time provided. PERF, Take home vehicle, Department cell phone and 10-hour shift schedule. Lateral transfers would be based upon years of service in our pay schedule.

Applications can be picked up at the Paoli Town Office at 110 N Gospel St. Paoli IN, 47454, the Paoli Police Department at 1579 W Willow Creek Rd. Paoli IN, 47454, reaching out to paolipolice@paoli.in.gov or by calling (812) 723-2836 and speak with Chief of Police Randall Sanders.
Posting expires May 30, 2022


City of Dunkirk Police Department

The City of Dunkirk Police Department is currently accepting Applications for the Position of Police Officer.
Applicants shall be a Citizen of the United States between the ages of twenty-one and less than Forty when hired; not have a judgment of conviction for a Felony or Misdemeanor, including Domestic Battery; have a High School Diploma or G.E.D.; Possess a valid Indiana Driver's License and able to legally carry and possess a Firearm.
The selected Applicant shall be required to successfully complete all components of the Hiring Process, all components of the 1977 Police and Fire Pension requirements; all Indiana Law Enforcement Academy Training and required Dunkirk Police Department Training. All applicants shall be of Good Moral Character and possess an impeccable background.
The 2022 Salary for this Position is $43,680.00 per year.  Benefits include: 1977 Police and Fire Pension, (Lateral Transfers strongly encouraged; Physical Abilities Testing Waived for Tier I Certified Applicants), Medical Insurance, effective ninety days after date of hire, at a Cost of $1.00 per year for Employee only Coverage.  Coverage includes Prescription Medication, Dental and Vision.  Employees are provided with a $20,000.00 Life Insurance Policy and Short Term Disability Insurance.  Employees receive forty-eight hours of personal time after six months of employment and one hundred twenty hours vacation time after one year employment.  All required equipment is provided to the employee with a $1,000.00 per year clothing allowance.
Application Packets may be obtained by visiting the Dunkirk Police Department Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at 130 South Main Street Dunkirk.  Electronic Mail requests for an Application Packet may be directed to:  Dunkirk_PoliceDept_1@Comcast.Net.
Do not telephone the Department to inquire as to the status of Application or Hiring Process.  Applicants will be contacted at the appropriate times throughout the Hiring Process.
Applications accepted until Position is filled.
The City of Dunkirk is an Equal Opportunity Employer.


Indiana State Police Capitol Police Section

The Indiana State Police Capitol Police Section is accepting applications.  Individuals interested in beginning a rewarding career as a Capitol Police Officer may apply online at https://www.Capitol Police Career Opportunities.  This website provides a detailed synopsis of the application process and information on additional career opportunities with the Indiana State Police Department.
Applications must be submitted electronically by 11:59 pm (EST) on Wednesday, June 8, 2022.  
Basic Eligibility Requirements and consideration factors for a Capitol Police Officer:
1. Must be a United States citizen.
2. Must be at least 21 years of age when appointed as a police employee.  (Graduation date is December 9, 2022)
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).

The academy begins on Monday, August 29, 2022. The starting salary for a Capitol Police Section Probationary Officer is $46,863.00 a year. The Indiana State Police Capitol Police Section also offers an excellent health care plan, which includes medical, dental, vision, and pharmacy coverage for both current and retired employees along with 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).  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.Capitol Police Career Opportunities or recruiting Sergeant Kocsis directly at akocsis@isp.in.gov and any Employment Services Section team member at isprecruiting@isp.in.gov.


Middlebury Police Department

Middlebury Police Department is accepting applications for full-time officers.
Applications may be picked up at the Middlebury Police Department at 418 N Main St, Middlebury, IN. Monday - Friday
7:30am- 12:30pm and 1:30pm -4:30pm.
Requirements:
Must be at least 21
Must have valid driver's license
Must be able to pass drug test
Must be a US citizen
No Felony Convictions or Any Misdemeanor Convictions for Domestic Violence
Legal Ability to Possess a Firearm
Indiana Law Enforcement Academy (ILEA) certified preferred, but not required
Applicant must be able to complete the ILEA entry level physical standards
Benefits include:
Health, Eye, Dental insurance
2nd and 3rd shift differential pay
5 Sick Days per year starting after 1 month of employment
Vacation after 1 year of employment
Holiday pay
Applications will be taken until position is filled.


Shelby County Sheriff’s Department

The Shelby County Sheriff’s Department is now accepting Employment Interest Forms for the position of Sheriff’s Deputy/County Police Officer.
Those interested should complete the one-page “Employment Interest Form” and return it to the Sheriff’s Department no later than 3:30 p.m., local time, May 27, 2022.
The employment interest form can be returned via U.S. Mail, (Captain Travis Maloney, 107 West Taylor Street, Shelbyville, IN, 46176), in person; (during normal business hours, 8a-4p Monday thru Friday excluding holidays) or via email to travis.maloney@co.shelby.in.us.
Agility and written tests will be conducted on June 4th, 2022.  
Interested persons will be notified of the time and location of testing by email.
Participants who pass the physical agility test will proceed to the written test phase.  
Participants passing agility and written tests will be required to complete a full employment application and pass the in-depth background investigation.
It is highly recommended that participants begin preparing for the agility test now.  
The Shelby County Sheriff’s Department uses the Indiana Law Enforcement Academy’s “exit standards” as the passing criteria to continue to the written testing.
For information on preparing for the agility test and exit standards go to  https://www.in.gov/ilea/2338.htm where you will find information needed to successfully pass the agility testing.
You must have a valid email address as all notifications will be made by email.  
Do not call the Sheriff’s Office to inquire about the process, we will notify you.
All information concerning the agility testing can be found on the Indiana Law Enforcement Academy website.
Lateral candidates will hire-in at Year-1 if the individual has completed ILEA and UP TO Year-3 if the individual has completed ILEA and has police officer experience from another agency depending on the individual’s experience.  Year-0 is no experience and no ILEA.  See attached pay scale: next page


Shelbyville Police Department

The Shelbyville Police Department is currently accepting applications for certified police officers. We currently have immediate openings for the position of sworn police officer, and we have several officers eligible to retire.
The City of Shelbyville, Indiana is an equal opportunity employer. The Shelbyville Police Department is a CALEA and ILEAC accredited law enforcement agency.  
* $50,871.97 - $65,624.84
* Take Home Car
* Equipment and Uniforms Provided
* P.E.R.F. 1977 Pension Plan
* Health/Dental and Vision Insurance
* Paid holidays, personal days, vacation days and benefits
* 10 year pay matrix
o 12 hour shift schedule with every other weekend off
Application and Hiring Process
Applications must be received by 11:59 pm on June 30, 2022 . Any late applications will not be accepted.  
Applications will be subject to a thorough background investigation. Any applicant who does not meet the Shelbyville Police Department requirements will be removed from the process.
Applicants remaining in the hiring process will be scheduled to interview in front of the Shelbyville Police Department Hiring Board.
Applicants selected will be extended a conditional offer of employment or placed on a list in order by scores.
Appointment is subject to acceptance or transfer by the Indiana Public Safety Retirement Fund (INPRS) and completion of a field training program within the first year of employment.
MINIMUM APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS FOR EMPLOYMENT
Be a citizen of the United States.
Be a high school graduate or equivalent.
* Be at least 21 years of age, but not yet 40 years of age at time of appointment for sworn officer positions if not currently enrolled in 1977 Indiana PERF Retirement system. Military Veterans with at least 20 years of service in the Armed Forces may become a member of the 1977 Indiana PERF Retirement system if under 40 years and 6 months of age.
* Must be willing to reside in Shelby County or one of the six adjacent connecting counties at the time of appointment.
* Possess a valid driver’s license.
* Have the legal ability to possess a firearm.
* Not been convicted of a felony.
* Satisfy any and all other requirements imposed by state and federal law.
* Must comply with all Shelbyville Police Department hiring standards and academic standards.  Certified applicants are waived from doing the written and PT tests.
Interested candidates can apply at Shelbyville, IN Police Jobs - Certified | PoliceApp
Please direct questions regarding this position to Ofc. J. R. Searle at  jsearle@cityofshelbyvillein.com

Shelbyville Police Department is NOW accepting applications for NON-CERTIFIED OFFICERS as well.  
The City of Shelbyville, Indiana is an equal opportunity employer. The Shelbyville Police Department is a CALEA and ILEAC accredited law enforcement agency.  
* $50,871.97 - $65,624.84
* Take Home Car
* Equipment and Uniforms Provided
* P.E.R.F. 1977 Pension Plan
* Health/Dental and Vision Insurance
* Paid holidays, personal days, vacation days and benefits
* 10 year pay matrix
o 12 hour shift schedule with every other weekend off
Application and Hiring Process
Applications must be received by 11:59 pm on June 30, 2022 . Any late applications will not be accepted.  
Applications will be subject to a thorough background investigation. Any applicant who does not meet the Shelbyville Police Department requirements will be removed from the process.
Applicants remaining in the hiring process will be scheduled to interview in front of the Shelbyville Police Department Hiring Board.
Applicants selected will be extended a conditional offer of employment or placed on a list in order by scores.
Appointment is subject to acceptance or transfer by the Indiana Public Safety Retirement Fund (INPRS) and completion of a field training program within the first year of employment.
MINIMUM APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS FOR EMPLOYMENT
Be a citizen of the United States.
Be a high school graduate or equivalent.
* Be at least 21 years of age, but not yet 40 years of age at time of appointment for sworn officer positions if not currently enrolled in 1977 Indiana PERF Retirement system. Military Veterans with at least 20 years of service in the Armed Forces may become a member of the 1977 Indiana PERF Retirement system if under 40 years and 6 months of age.
* Must be willing to reside in Shelby County or one of the six adjacent connecting counties at the time of appointment.
* Possess a valid driver’s license.
* Have the legal ability to possess a firearm.
* Not been convicted of a felony.
* Satisfy any and all other requirements imposed by state and federal law.
* Must comply with all Shelbyville Police Department hiring standards and academic standards.  
Interested candidates can apply at Shelbyville, IN Police Jobs - | PoliceApp
Please direct questions regarding this position to Ofc. J. R. Searle at  jsearle@cityofshelbyvillein.com


Beech Grove Police Department

The Beech Grove Police Department is pleased to announce the beginning of a selection process for
Probationary Police Officer positions. The Beech Grove Police Department will be accepting applications
until May 31, 2022.
BASIC MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:
If you do not meet these requirements, please do not apply.
1. AGE: twenty-one (21) years of age, but under forty (40) years of age, if the person is an applicant to the
police department. YOU MUST BE 21 YEARS OLD TO BE A POLICE OFFICER IN THE STATE OF
INDIANA.
2. RESIDENCY REQUIREMENTS:
IC 36-8-4-2Member requirements
Sec. 2. (a) Members of the police department must:
(1) have adequate means of transportation into the jurisdiction served by the member's department; and
(2) maintain telephone service to communicate with the department.
To qualify for assignment of a police vehicle, police officers must reside within a contiguous county to Marion County.
3. Education: Must be at the minimum a high school graduate.
4. No felony or serious misdemeanor arrest record.
5. Must possess a valid Indiana driver's license.
6. No use of illegal or illicit drugs
7. Must not have used marijuana in the past 3 years
All submitted applications must be complete and accompanied by a copy of your birth certificate and high school
diploma. Incomplete applications will not be considered. Also include copies of all other diplomas and/or certificates
of schools attended with grade and/or credit transcripts. Include military discharge papers, and a copy of your driver's license.
Benefits Include:
● Uniforms provided
● Equipment provided
● Take Home Car Program, Statewide Use
● Overtime
● Medical, Dental, and Vision insurance
● Life insurance
● HSA Plan
● 457(b) retirement savings plan
● PERF Pension plan
● Paid vacation and Holiday Return Time
● Competitive Pay $73,055 (3rd year officer)
● Longevity Pay - $183 year
● Ongoing training
● Advancement Opportunities
● Specialized units
Applications must be submitted through PoliceApp.com:
https://www.policeapp.com/Entry-Level-Beech-Grove-IN-Police-Officer-Jobs/3161/


Valparaiso Police Department

The Valparaiso Police Department is accepting applications for probationary police officer.
Minimum Requirement
The minimum requirements to be considered for this opportunity are that the applicant must:
● Be 21 years of age or older
● Hold a high school diploma or GED
● Be a United States Citizen
● Possess a valid driver’s license
● Have no prior felony convictions.
All testing will take place at the Valparaiso Police Department.
Benefits to Police Officers
-Paid Training Program
-Competitive Police Salary
-Paid Overtime
-Paid Vacation Time
-Paid Personal Days
-Paid Sick Days
-Vehicle Take Home Program
-Specialty Pay
-Specialty Training Encouraged
-Clothing Allowance
-New Equipment & Technology
-PERF Pension Plan
-Health Insurance Available
-12 Hour Shifts -(Three day weekends off, two per month)
-On Duty Workout Time Available
-Numerous Specialty Programs Available
-Extended Illness Pay
-Numerous Paid Details Available
-Take Home Lap Top Computer
Applications must be submitted through PoliceApp.com: Deadline June 30, 2022 >11:59 PM Eastern
https://www.policeapp.com/Entry-Level-Valparaiso-IN-Police-Officer-Jobs/2913/


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.net 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.
Gibson County is an Equal Opportunity Employer

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 FILLED


Mishawaka Police Department

The Mishawaka 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 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.
Benefits Include:
* After 3 years, Patrolman First Class salary $64,547per year for 2022
* Uniforms and equipment furnished first year
* $2,050 uniform allowance after first year
* $1,250 equipment allowance after first year
* Take-home car program
* Shift differentials pay
* Medical, dental and vision insurance plans
* Free medical clinic for employee and dependents
* Paid overtime opportunities and compensatory time accrual
* INPRS 1977 Pension
* Deferred compensation match
* Lateral transfer program
Applications are to be turned into Mishawaka Human Resources, 600 E Third St, Mishawaka, Indiana 46544. After submitting your application, you will be notified regarding information for the next testing date. The next scheduled testing will be in March in Mishawaka.
To download an application, go to: mishawaka.in.gov/police/recruiting
For further questions, please contact Lt. Jen Wilson at 574-208-5550 or email jwilson@mishawaka.in.gov
(Expires December 31, 2022 )


Vincennes Police Department

The Vincennes Police Department is currently accepting applications for the position of Police Officer until July 31, 2022 .  Vincennes is Indiana's first city and is home to approximately 18,000 people. Vincennes is located in Knox County and borders the Wabash River in southwestern Indiana.
* Officers are under the Indiana PERF pension plan and also receive health and dental insurance. Officers are also protected by a Merit Board.
* The Vincennes Police Department has received a raise each year for the past several years.
* Applicants must be 21 years of age at the date of hiring and under 40 by the time they are accepted by PERF. Applicants must also be a citizen of the United States and have held a valid drivers license for the past three years.
* First Class Patrolman salary pay is $47,777
* Officers receive a $500 Associates Degree incentive and $1000 for a Bachelors Degree
* Officers also receive a $1,200 clothing allowance and shift differential for evening and midnight shift. Shift differential is $80 per paycheck.
* Longevity Pay
* Incentive Pay for special assignments (FTO, DARE, Breath Test Operators, etc.....)
* Load Bearing Vests
* Progressive and Proactive Administration
* Brand new vehicle every six years (take home vehicle if you reside within county limits)
* Officers work 8 hour shifts following a 5 days on, 2 days off, 5 days on, 3 days off schedule rotation.
* Generous amount of vacation days
* Applicants must pass a physical and written test.
Applications can be downloaded from the police department website. Once completed, please drop off in person or mail to:

Merit Board Commision
501 Busseron St
Vincennes, IN 47591 or drop off in person

All applicants will be contacted when the dates for the testing process will begin!
If you have any questions, please contact Chief Jon Hillenbrand at 812-882-1630 or by e-mail at jhillenbrand@vincennes.in.gov
Come join our family and help serve the wonderful city of Vincennes while doing so!
http://www.vincennes.org/.../police-department/employment/


Garrett Police Department

The Garrett Police Department is accepting applications for qualified individuals looking for a challenging and rewarding career as a Police Officer in the City of Garrett.
Applications are due by June 1, 2022.
This process is an Open Enrollment process which means we will be processing applications as we receive them.
Experience is not required to become a member of the Garrett Police Department, however, Lateral Transfers are highly encouraged to apply.  
Starting pay for a Probationary Officer is $43,435 with that increasing to $50,778 for a 1st Class Patrolman. The following benefits are also included for each officer:
* 10 Holidays & 9 paid days off to start
* 10 Holidays &14 paid days off after 1 year
* 10 Holidays & 19 paid days off after 2 years
* $1,500 per year in clothing allowance
* Health, Dental, Vision and Life Insurance
* PERF Retirement
* Longevity Pay
* Take-home vehicle program
* Paid cell phone program
Apply Today! Please go to https://garrettindiana.us/information-center/employment-opportunities/ to complete the online application. Drop off or send your completed application and supporting documents to:
Garrett Police Department, 200 North Cowen Street, Garrett, Indiana 46738
Questions?? Email Cpt Pepple at cpepple@garrettindiana.us or you may call 260-357-5151


North Webster Police Department

North Webster Police Dept. is now accepting applications for full-time police position.  Starting salary is $52000.00.  Applications are available at the North Webster Police Dept. 144 S. Main St., North Webster, during regular business hours, Monday – Friday 8:30 – 4:30 or via e-mail at nwpd@northwebster.org.  Applicants must pass the following, written exam, physical exam, oral interviews, background checks, psychological exam and polygraph.  Applications will be accepted until the positions are filled.  
Questions can be directed to D. May or  G. Church at nwpd@northwebster.org or 574-834-2700.
North Webster P.D. is an equal opportunity employer.


University of Indianapolis Police Department

The University of Indianapolis Police Department is now accepting applications for four full-time Police Officers. For more information, a job description, and the link to apply on our website go to hrjobs.uindy.edu. Review of applications will begin immediately. Completed applications will only be accepted electronically via our website. This posting will remain open until the positions are filled.


Lafayette Police Department

The Lafayette Police Department is accepting applications for the position of Police Officer, both entry level and experienced. The City of Lafayette is located in the north-central Indiana and represents the largest portion of the Greater Lafayette Area.
Minimum Requirements:
-Must be a US Citizen
-Must be between the ages of 21 and 40 at appointment
-No Felony Convictions
-High School Graduate (G.E.D. shall be considered)
-Applicants must be of good moral character
Salary:
-Recruit Officer: $56,165
-2nd Year Officer: $59,447
-1st Class Officer: $66,009
The Lafayette Police Department will be accepting applications until July 1, 2022 . Additional information, as well as our application, can be found using the below link. If you have any questions, please contact Lieutenant Michael Brown at (765)807-1222 or at mlbrown@lafayette.in.gov.
https://www.policeapp.com/Entry-Level-Lafayette-IN-Police-Officer-Jobs/2762/