Monroe Police Department

Chief John L. Salvatore
Address 7 Fan Hill Road
Monroe CT 06468
Phone 203-452-2830
Fax 203-261-4769
Website http://www.monroectpolice.com.


Current Openings

Open Jobs Salary Deadline
Monroe - Certified Police Officer $58,094 $73,493 depending upon experience Jun 29, 2018

 

OUR MISSION

To provide a safe and orderly environment in Monroe through professionalism, dedication, and an active partnership with the community to enhance the quality of life for all people.

OUR VALUES

The Monroe Police Department:

  • Values the right of all individuals to be treated with dignity and respect;
  • Values the rule of law and its application in a fair and impartial manner;
  • Values all members as our most important asset and is committed to continued professional development and personal growth;
  • Values its commitment to foster a work environment which promotes excellence, accessibility, communication, cooperation and trust;
  • Values its efforts to conduct business efficiently and effectively while recognizing changing needs;
  • Values the protection and enhancement of the quality of life for all who live, work and visit the Town of Monroe.

ABOUT US

One of the most progressive Departments in Fairfield County in the areas of continuous training, special services to the community and technology.  The Monroe Police Department, a state of Connecticut  Police Officers Standards and Training Council Accredited department is now recruiting for open positions for entry level police officer.

New recruits can look forward to personal and professional growth. Entry-level officers receive intensive training at the Police Officer Standards and Training Council (POSTC) Academy in all areas of the police field.  After successful completion of core training, entry-level officers will be assigned to undergo a required ten-week block of field training.  Salary range is $56,955 to $71,998.  An entry-level officer will be required to complete a probationary period of one year after graduation from the POSTC Academy.  After completion of one year of service, an employee is entitled to two weeks of paid vacation.  Uniforms and service equipment are provided by the Department, as well as an annual cleaning allowance.  Tuition assistance is also available, as well as college incentive pay.  Each employee receives 12 paid holidays in each fiscal year.

The Monroe Police Department has several specialized divisions, including Detective Division, Youth Unit, Accident Reconstruction, Regional Emergency Response Team, Bicycle Patrol, lake patrol as well as community policing initiatives.  Body Worn Cameras were  introduced in 2017.   

All Monroe Police Officers are members of the Monroe Police Union, Council 4, AFL-CIO.  Employees and their dependents are eligible for coverage under the Town’s Health Insurance Plans, and a comprehensive group dental insurance plan is also offered.  The patrol schedule is 5 days on, 3 days off then 5 days on, 2 days off.

If you have any questions email: recruitment@monroectpolice.com 

The Town Of Monroe Is An Equal Opportunity Employer.

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