Ashland - Certified Police Officer-VA DCJS

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DepartmentAshland Police Department
TypeCertified
Job TitleCertified Police Officer-VA DCJS
Salary $43,129
Deadline6/8/2018 4:00 PM Eastern
Registration Fee$20.00
ContactTAronhalt@ashlandpolice.us
LocationAshland, VA
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ASHLAND POLICE DEPARTMENT

NOW HIRING

Virgina DCJS Certified Police Officers

We are looking for motivated individuals who wish to work for the Ashland Police Department. The Ashland Police Department is an internationally accredited (CALEA) agency that adheres to the highest standards of professionalism. The Town of Ashland offers an award-winning benefits package and a competitive salary. 

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

  • Must be VA DCJS Law Enforcement Certified
  • Must be 21 years of age
  • Must posses a valid Virginia Operators License
  • Must be a US Citizen
  • Must have high school diploma or a G.E.D.
  • Sound financial background

 

AUTO DISQUALIFIERS: 

Anyone who meets the following criteria is ineligible:

  • Any felony or serious misdemeanor convictions, or any other criminal activity that indicates a tendency to disregard the law or reflects moral turpitude or any other behavior that would bring discredit to the Ashland Police Department.
  • Distribution of narcotics
  • Marijuana use within the past two years
  • Use of any illegal substances, such as cocaine, heroin, LSD, Anabolic Steroids, etc…Adderall will be examined on a case by case basis, but there can be no use in the last two years.
  • Any alcohol or drug related driving convictions, such as DUI.
  • Conviction of Domestic Assault.
  • Conviction of a Crime of Moral Turpitude.
  • Conviction of Contributing to the Delinquency of a Minor related to a Sexual Offense.
  • A currently revoked or suspended operator’s license will disqualify an applicant from further consideration.
  • A history of flagrant driving offenses (i.e. reckless driving, hit & run, failure to stop for police officer, or numerous speeding offenses) will be cause for applicant disqualification.
  • Prior military applicants may have no less than a full honorable discharge.
  • Commission of undetected crimes that are recent, serious, or repetitive in nature.
  • Failure to accurately report information or lack of completeness in filling out the Personal History Statement (this may be considered an attempt to deceive or an act of dishonesty).

    For a confidential review of qualifications and realistic job preview, please email Capt. Troy Aronhalt or call 804-412-0612

 

DUTIES

Police Officer’s duties include, but are not limited to the following:

  • Responding to calls for service.
  • Investigating crimes.
  • Conducting proactive patrols
  • Enforcing criminal and traffic codes.
  • Testifying in court.
  • Completing various forms of paperwork.

 

Police Officer Selection Process

The selection process includes the following: 

  • Physical Agility Test
  • Panel Interview
  • Polygraph Examination
  • Background Investigation
  • Chief's Interview
  • Ride Along
  • Psychological Evaluation
  • Medical Examination
  • Drug Screening

 

Police Officer (Lateral Position)

To be eligible for the lateral entry position, you must be a certified law enforcement officer in the Commonwealth of Virginia. Applicants that are Virginia certified law enforcement officers must complete the selection process listed above with the exception of the written testing.

Applicants with college level course work or military experience are highly valued.

 

BENEFITS:

  • Excellent Health & Dental Insurance
  • Participation in the Virginia Retirement System
  • Participation in a 457 deferred compensation program
  • Town sponsored life insurance
  • Paid Time Off
  • Employee Assistance Program
  • Accelerated Career Development Program - entry within 6 months of hire, each step 4.5% increase
  • Night Shift differential
  • Wellness/Fitness Program Bonus
  • Take Home Vehicle

 

ABOUT OUR COMMUNITY

Affectionately known as the “Center of the Universe” by residents for its central location within the state, Ashland is located in the heart of Hanover County. Developed by the railroad as a mineral springs resort, the origin of the town dates back to the late 1840s. Officially incorporated on February 19, 1858, the town was named “Ashland” after native son Henry Clay’s estate in Kentucky. With the relocation of Randolph Macon College to Ashland in 1868, the town evolved from a railroad resort to a small college town. The construction of U.S. Route 1, and later I-95, further shaped the town character and development.

Today, Ashland is a community of seven square miles and more than 7,000 residents who enjoy prosperity fueled by the college, a growing private sector and a strong regional economy. Ashland is a town born of the railroad and we are proud of our history. Safe streets and an efficient police department make Ashland a welcoming town bicyclists, joggers, and walkers.

 

More information available at ashlandpolice.us
Apply by: June 8, 2018 at 4:00 p.m. 
The Town of Ashland is an Equal Opportunity Employer

 

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Please direct questions regarding this job to TAronhalt@ashlandpolice.us


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