Agency Profile

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Everett Police Department

  • Initial deadline to complete written exam and physical ability test with PST is August 25, 2017 by 5PM.

    To view the Everett Police Department's job announcement, please visit the HR page of the City's website by clicking here.

    Candidates wishing to claim veterans' preference must submit a copy of their DD-214 or other official military separation documetnation that clearly indicates an honorable discharge from military service to kbarnes@everettwa.gov by 5PM on August 25, 2017!

    PLEASE NOTE:   If you have any questions or concerns regarding the disqualifiers, please contact the Everett Police Department Office of Professional Standards at 425.257.8425.

    The Everett Police Department allows out of state testing.

    Number of Openings: 19


  • Contact Information

    Everett Police Department
    2930 Wetmore Ave
    Suite 5A
    Everett , Washington 98201
    Phone: 425-257-8767
    Department Website


Agency Added: 04/19/2016 | Last updated: 07/20/2017

Community Information

Everett is a progressive city of 105,000 residents with:

•A beautiful salt water port and 2300 slips in the largest public marina on the west coast.
•Fantastic opportunities to enjoy the water including salmon fishing, crabbing, kiteboarding, kayaking, swimming and gray whale watching.
•Panoramic views of the Olympic and Cascade mountains.
•1600 acres of spectacular regional and waterfront parks, trails, and treasured environmental areas.
•Two 18 hole public golf courses.
•Opportunities to enjoy sports at Aquasox Baseball games, Everett Silvertips Ice Hockey games or ice skating at the Comcast Community Ice Rink.
•Arts and culture of all kinds including two symphony orchestras, 250 resident visual artists, five performance venues within two miles and public artwork throughout the city.
•Lively restaurants and entertainment venues including Comcast Arena.
•Affordable coastal living just 25 minutes north of Seattle

Everett is a place with big city amenities and small city charm and friendliness – and it can be the place for you if you are looking for a good paying job with medical and dental insurance. Apply today!

Department Information

The Everett Police Department is a premier law enforcement agency in Washington State. We are community-oriented and work in partnership with the community to enhance quality of life and reduce crime through our core values of integrity, professionalism and honor. The department is heavily involved with our residents and provide outstanding services to the city.

Area Information

  • County: Snohomish
  • Population: 105,000
  • # of Staff: 206 Commissioned, 252 total.

Agency Requirements:

 
  • Important Information

    Initial deadline to complete written exam and physical ability test with PST is August 25, 2017 by 5PM.

    To view the Everett Police Department's job announcement, please visit the HR page of the City's website by clicking here.

    Candidates wishing to claim veterans' preference must submit a copy of their DD-214 or other official military separation documetnation that clearly indicates an honorable discharge from military service to kbarnes@everettwa.gov by 5PM on August 25, 2017!

    PLEASE NOTE:   If you have any questions or concerns regarding the disqualifiers, please contact the Everett Police Department Office of Professional Standards at 425.257.8425.

    The Everett Police Department allows out of state testing.

    Number of Openings: 19

Category Requirement Required at time of..
Test Hire
Minimum Age 21 X  
US Citizen Yes X  
High School Grad/ GED Or equivalent. X  
Driver's License Required Yes X  
Felony Conviction(s) as an Adult See disqualifiers below.    
Felony Conviction(s) as a Juvenile See disqualifiers below.    
Ability to Read & Speak the English Language Yes X  
College Requirement No    
Veterans Preference Points Candidates wishing to claim veterans' preference must submit a copy of their DD-214 to via e-mail by the filing deadline.    
Other This agency allows out of state testing.    
Multiple Scores from Same Applicant Only the first passing score will be considered. Eligibility is good for one year, or until removed for cause.    
Request/ Access Scores Scores are reviewed after each posted deadline.    

Agency Disqualifiers:

THE FOLLOWING ARE AUTOMATIC AND POTENTIAL DISQUALIFIERS. APPLICANTS SHOULD NOT APPLY TO OUR AGENCY IF THEY INDICATE ANY OF THE AUTOMATIC DISQUALIFIERS. POTENTIAL DISQUALIFIERS WILL BE CONSIDERED ON A CASE BY CASE BASIS.

Category Disqualifier
Driving
AutomaticYou have been convicted of DUI within the past five years.
AutomaticYou have two or more DUI convictions. (A diversion or similar action is the same as a conviction.)
AutomaticYou have been convicted of any felony charges—traffic or criminal.
Drug Usage
AutomaticAny illegal drug use or possession within the last year. (Marijuana cannot be regarded as legal until federal law regards it as legal. Non-prescribed Adderall use during this timeframe is disqualifying)
AutomaticAny injection of any non-prescribed drugs regardless of time-frame (except Anabolic steroids, see Schedule III drug standards).
AutomaticAny possession or recreational use of any non-prescribed Schedule I or II drug (except for Marijuana/Hashish or Adderall) within the past ten (10) years. This standard applies to synthetic versions of Schedule I and II drugs.
• Schedule I (RCW 69.50.204) – Examples could include: Heroin, Morphine, Ecstasy, LSD, Peyote, GHB, Methaqualone mushrooms (Psilocybin).
• Schedule II (RCW 69.50.206) – Examples could include:, Opium, Cocaine, Codeine, Hydrocodone, Oxycodone, Methadone, Methamphetamine, Amphetamine, Depressants, Hallucinogenic substances, etc.
AutomaticAny possession or recreational use of any non-prescribed Schedule III, IV or V drug within the past five (5) years. This standard applies to synthetic versions of Schedule III, IV and V drugs.
• Schedule III (RCW 69.50.208) – Examples could include: Stimulants, Depressants, Ketamine, Anabolic steroids, Hallucinogenic substances, etc.
• Schedule IV (RCW 69.50.210) – Examples could include: Barbital, Diazepam, Fludiazepam, Halazepam, Lorazepam, Phenobarbital, etc.
• Schedule V (RCW 69.50.212)
AutomaticAny participation in the manufacture, selling, offering to sell, distribution or transportation for sale of any illegal drugs/narcotics, regardless of the time frame.
AutomaticAny illegal use of drugs after submitting an application with any law enforcement agency.
AutomaticAny illegal use of drugs while employed by a law enforcement agency.
AutomaticAny illegal or pattern of prescription drug abuse within the past five (5) years.
AutomaticAny intentional inhalation (huffing) of any aerosol or substance (nitrous oxide, whippets, paint, glue, DXM, etc.) in the past three (3) years.
Criminal Activity
PotentialAdult misdemeanor convictions will be carefully reviewed.
AutomaticBeen convicted of any crime under a domestic violence statue.
AutomaticYou have been convicted of any felony charges—traffic or criminal.
AutomaticYou have been convicted of any crime involving false swearing.
AutomaticYou do not successfully pass a Department polygraph.
AutomaticYou have been convicted of a domestic violence related crime.
AutomaticYou are barred from legally possessing a firearm.
AutomaticYou have engaged in any illegal sexual activity equivalent to a felony level crime. (e.g., rape, child molestation, indecent liberties, child pornography).
Employment
AutomaticBeen dishonorably discharged from the United States armed forces.
Other
AutomaticYou are unable to comply with the Everett Police Dept. Grooming/Appearance policy.
• Tattoos are prohibited unless they can be concealed by wearing of the regular uniform or normal attire appropriate to the workplace.
• Body art, intentional scarring, mutilation, dental ornamentation, eye tattooing, etc. are likewise prohibited unless they can be concealed.
PotentialPOTENTIAL DISQUALIFIERS:
The following are considered potential disqualifiers for employment as a Police Officer with the City of Everett:

Marijuana use within the past three (3) years will be evaluated for disqualification.

Your traffic history shows a continuing and/or recent pattern of poor decision making.

Your financial affairs or personal life shows a history of poor judgment and refusal to confront problems (e.g., nonpayment of child support, ignoring overdue bills, etc.).

You have recently or are currently misrepresenting yourself or ignoring any laws (e.g., not paying taxes, using a false address for school tuition purposes, etc.).

Your work history shows a pattern of unexcused absences, discipline, or discharge.

People who know you have doubts about your honesty, integrity, or character.

Illegal activity equivalent to a misdemeanor level crime will be evaluated for disqualification.

Current Hiring Status

The Everett Police Department is actively hiring.
Number of Current Vacancies: 19

Salary Information

$5671/month First Year
$6210/month Second Year
$7432/month Third Year

Benefit Information

The City of Everett provides a comprehensive benefits package consisting of the following:

Group Health Alliance or HMA self-insured Medical Plan
Delta Dental Service Plan
HMA self-insured Vision Plan

Benefit eligibility for the employee and eligible dependents begins the first day of the month following the employee's hire date. Premiums for HMA Medical and Group Health medical coverage are shared by the employee.

Premiums for Delta Dental and HMA Vision are paid by the City on behalf of the employee and eligible dependents.

The Police Association offers Voluntary Life Insurance for employee, spouse and children through AFLAC. Please contact Molly Spellman for more information on coverage and premiums for this insurance plan. The employee pays the premiums on this benefit.

LEOFF II employees are responsible for Disability Insurance premiums. All LEOFF I and LEOFF II employees must purchase a minimum Life Insurance policy through the Police Association.

It is mandatory that both the City and the employee pay into the LEOFF State Retirement System.

Two voluntary Deferred Compensation programs are available for employee participation.

A Flexible Spending Plan is available that allows you to make pre-tax contributions for Health Care reimbursement and/or Dependent Care reimbursement for those expenses not covered by medical insurance.

The Employee Assistance Program EAP is provided free of charge to employees and family members.

Benefits for vacation, sick leave, and holidays are paid in accordance with the labor agreement.

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