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Police Officer

Company Name:
City of Mason Police Department
Hiring Range: Per contract $25.15 to $35.61
Posted: April 18, 2014
Closes: Noon, May 17, 2014
Test Date: Sunday, May 18, 2014
Department: Police
Status: Full-Time, 40 hours per week
The City of Mason Police Department is a community-
oriented policing agency and believes
that contemporary challenges require the police
to provide full-service policing, proactive and reactive,
by involving the community directly with
them as partners in the process of identifying, prioritizing,
and solving problems. Citizens share in
the rights and responsibilities implicit in identifying,
prioritizing, and solving problems as full fledged
partners with the police.
Minimum Education, Experience and Requirements:
- Must be a U.S. citizen
- Must be a minimum of 21 years of age at
the time of the written test.
- Must possess or be able to obtain a valid
Ohio drivers license by the time of appointment.
- Must have a good driving record.
- Must possess a minimum of a high
school diploma or equivalent.
- Non-Certified officers must complete state
mandated training of 17 weeks.
- All officers must complete a City of Mason
Police Field Training Program lasting a minimum
of 3 to 4 months.
- Officers are required to qualify several times
a year with on- and off-duty weapons, as well
as additional training on an electronic firearms
system that focuses on prudent decision making
in the use of force.
Physical Requirements:
- OPOTA Standards
Application Instructions
Applications for this position must be filled out
online by visiting WWW.IMAGINEMASON.ORG and
clicking on employment at the bottom of the
page. It will take about two hours to complete the
application and assessment tests.
A rsum will not be accepted in lieu of requested
material. Additional documentation will not
be accepted at this time; any forwarded will be
destroyed.

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