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Normandy Park Police Department - LATERAL


  • Contact Information

    Normandy Park Police Department - LATERAL
    801 SW 174th Street
    Normandy Park, Washington 98166-3679
    Phone: 206.248.7600 - 9am to 4pm weekdays
    Department Website

Agency Added: 06/07/2016 | Last updated: 02/14/2018

Community Information

The City of Normandy Park, incorporated in 1953, is located on the shores of Puget Sound just a short distance west of the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport. Covering a total of 1,706 acres with 31 miles of streets, the highest point within the City is just 400 feet above sea level. From City Hall it is just 13.1 miles to downtown Seattle and 28.5 miles to downtown Tacoma. The almost totally residential city has a limited number of businesses and professional offices. The largest employer in the City is a grocery store. Residents are primarily made up of professional people and their families. The City has four major parks including one with public access to the saltwater beach and one with baseball, softball, and soccer fields. Normandy Park has a Council-Manager form of government with the Mayor being elected by and from the City Councilmembers. The City Manager is appointed by the City Council who in turn hires the Police Chief. One elementary school is located within the City and is part of the Highline School District #401. Middle and high schools are located nearby. Many community colleges and major universities are within commuting distance.

Department Information

The Police Department provides all police services for the residents of Normandy Park. These community-oriented services include routine and designated patrol, investigations, and enforcement of all laws and ordinances. They also manage the evidence and property room, are responsible for the issuance of several types of permits, traffic statistics and crime reports, and animal control. The department also conducts Block Watch and RAD, Rape Aggression Defense, programs on an on going basis, in addition the department has bicycle patrol; and a motorcycle patrol. Staffing includes Chief, 2 Sergeants, 7 Police Officers, 1 Records Specialist and is supplemented by an active Reserve Officer Program. The department also actively participates in a 12 city coalition through an inter-local agreement, which includes shared training, a major crime investigations team and a special operations team.

Area Information

  • Population Size: 6,500
  • County: King

Agency Requirements:

 
Category Requirement Required at time of..
Test Hire
Minimum Age 21 X  
US Citizen/Lawful Permanent Resident US Citizen or Lawful Permanent Resident. X  
High School Grad/ GED Yes X  
Driver's License Required Yes X  
Felony Conviction(s) as an Adult None    
Felony Conviction(s) as a Juvenile None.    
Ability to Read & Write the English Language Yes X  
Prior Experience Requirement Be or have been employed as a full-time, paid officer with a municipal, county or state law enforcement agency for at least 24 months, continually, within the last 36 months.

OR

Applicants who have completed a police academy approved by the Washington State Criminal Justice Training Commission and have at least 60 months of full-time commissioned police service with a municipal, state or county law enforcement agency shall also meet the minimum experience standards.
X  
Other Lateral applicants are not required to take the physical ability test.

This agency does not allow out of state testing.
   

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
Automatic1 or more traffic crime convictions in last 1 years (DWI, Suspended, Reckless, etc.).
AutomaticSuspension of driver's license within past 5 years.
Automatic2 or more moving violations in past 5 years.
Automatic2 or more at-fault accidents in past 5 years.
Drug Usage
AutomaticCannot have bought, sold or been in possession of any controlled substance within one year of applying for the position.
AutomaticIllegal use of ANY controlled substance while employed in a criminal justice capacity.
AutomaticIllegal opiate use.
AutomaticNo illegal sale of ANY drug, including marijuana.
AutomaticPattern of illegal use of prescription medication.
Criminal Activity
AutomaticAny adult felony conviction.
AutomaticAny misdemeanor, or felony conviction while employed in a criminal justice capacity.
AutomaticAdult misdemeanor convictions will be carefully reviewed.
AutomaticJuvenile felony conviction will be carefully reviewed.
AutomaticUnlawful sexual misconduct.
AutomaticNo domestic violence convictions.
Employment
AutomaticBeen dishonorably discharged from the United States armed forces.
AutomaticLied during any stage of the hiring process.
AutomaticFalsified his or her application, personal history questionnaire, or any other forms during hiring process.
AutomaticPrevious revocation or denial of CJTC/POST certified status, or suspension of current CJTC/POST certified status.

Current Hiring Status


The city of Normandy Park is hiring for two full-time Police Officer positions.  The next round of Oral Boards (panel interview) will be held in late February.


 

Salary Information

2018 Salary Range: $5,127.71 - $6,410.74 subject to Collective Bargaining Agreement. Incentive pay range from 2 to 4 % for education, Detective, EVOC Instructor, and Field Training Officer. Longevity increases 1% after 5 years, 2% after 10 years, 3% after 15 years, and 4% after 20 years.


Benefit Information

Fully paid medical, dental, vision for employee and for dependents; disability for employee; vacation 48 hours after six months then 8 hours per month for first three years and increasing to a maximum of 16 hours per month; 8 hours sick leave per month available immediately; 12 paid holidays; uniforms (including dry cleaning) and weapons provided; LEOFF Retirement; voluntary deferred compensation and life insurance; paid lunch break. Additional training classes are provided.