Candidates MUST attach their resume and Utah Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST) certification or equivalent training certification to their application.
This advertisement is only for current full-time police officers who have at least two (2) full years of full-time experience working for an agency whose primary responsibility is responding to calls for service AND are Utah Peace Officers Standards and Training (POST) certified or will have completed the Utah POST waiver process before phase II of the testing and selection process begins. Information regarding the Utah POST waiver process may be found at: http://post.utah.gov/waiverreactivation-process/ Out-of-state applicants who meet the eligibility requirements must complete the online application and attach their resume' and equivalent training certificate prior to the application deadline. In addition, out-of-state candidates MUST complete the Utah POST waiver process before phase II of the testing and selection process begins. The anticipated deadline to complete the Utah POST waiver process is September 23, 2017. The Utah POST waiver process includes the completion of an online Utah POST Application and the completion of a written examination and physical agility test onsite at Utah POST. Once out-of-state candidates compete their Utah POST Application they must notify Taylor Conti via e-mail at email@example.com at POST that their Utah POST waiver application is complete and in the system. It is important to note that the written examination and physical agility test are only administered the second Thursday of each month.
Incumbents perform duties that consist primarily of actively preventing or detecting crime, providing security, community protection, and enforcement of criminal statutes or ordinances. Responds to situations involving threats to public safety and makes emergency decisions affecting the lives and health of others, including in circumstances and at times when personal life or personal safety may be at risk.
Incumbents who are classified at this level possess extensive knowledge of civic and criminal laws, ordinances, and regulations; law enforcement principles, practices and procedures; ability to mentor and train less experienced police officers.
Must be a current full-time Police Officer with a minimum of two (2) full years of full-time experience working for an agency whose primary responsibility is responding to calls for service AND have current Utah Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST) certification as a Law Enforcement Officer or have completed the Utah POST Waiver Process before phase II of the testing and selection process.
High school diploma.
Successful completion of Civil Service examination process which may include a physical agility test, written communication exercise, oral board interview, converus eyedetect test, background investigation, computer voice stress analysis, psychological examination and evaluation, interview, and medical examination and drug screen.