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PSTi Investigator expertise includes pre-employment background investigations, third-party investigations, workplace investigations and internal affairs investigations. PSTi is actively seeking applications for part-time Pre-Employment Background Investigators. PSTi Investigators enjoy flexible schedules/workloads, working mostly from home, and full time office support. PSTi provides additional paid training and Washington State Private Investigator licensing.

Click here for more information and how to apply: http://www.pstinvestigations.com/employment/


Toppenish

Dispatch candidates interested in applying to the Toppenish Police Department - Communications Officer/Dispatcher position, do not need to test with Public Safety Testing. Please complete the application on the City website: www.cityoftoppenish.us.


 

The City of Redmond in Washington is seeking experienced Police Officers to join our force. Qualifying candidates shall have completed the WA Basic Law Enforcement Academy or equivalent, 90 quarter/60 semester hours from a nationally accredited college or university, and have been employed as a full-time, sworn, law enforcement officer within the last five years. To apply and see the complete job announcement, please go to http://www.redmond.gov/jobs.


 

Lateral candidates interested in applying to the Kirkland Police Department do not need to test with Public Safety Testing. Lateral applicants will need to fill out a city application at the website below. Once completed you will be contact by the Kirkland Police Department to schedule an interview.

www.govjobstoday.com


Job Title: Police Officer (Experienced: Lateral-Entry)
Closing Date/Time: Continuous
Salary: $36.50 - $38.43 Hourly
$6,327.48 - $6,660.52 Monthly
$75,929.76 - $79,926.24 Annually
Job Type: Regular Full-time
Location: Police Department 311 W Pioneer, Puyallup, Washington

Definition

Employees in this classification performs variety of duties related to the suppression and prevention of crime, the protection of life and property and the preservation of the public peace. Police Officers are responsible for the enforcement of laws and for giving aid and information to citizens in the community.

SUPERVISION
Police Officers report to the Police Sergeants and are directly responsible to the Sergeants for the effective operation of assigned functions.
Essential Functions:

 

  • Patrols a designated area of the City during an assigned shift, to preserve law and order, to prevent and discover the commission of crime, and to enforce traffic regulations. Patrols an assigned area in a patrol vehicle, on a motorcycle, bicycle, or on foot.
  • Answers calls and complaints involving fire, traffic accidents, domestic situations, robberies and other misdemeanors, disturbances and felonies and takes necessary police action. 
  • Conducts preliminary investigations at the scenes of crimes and accidents; gathers evidence; locates and questions witnesses. 
  • Apprehends, interviews, and arrests suspects; restrains suspects if necessary.
  • Interviews witnesses and/or complainants; collects material evidence and performs crime scene work; performs surveillance; testifies as a witness in court.
  • Prepares and submits reports; operates computers utilizing a variety of software programs, including database, word processing, and other applications, to produce written documents with clearly organized thoughts using proper sentence construction, punctuation, and grammar.
  • Assists other jurisdictions and agencies.
  • Participates in undercover investigation of narcotics, gambling, vice, and other activities, violations and crimes.
  • May be called on at any time for emergency duties.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.

Please click here for additional information about this great career opportunity!

 

 


 

WALLA WALLA COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE - LATERAL DEPUTY

Lateral Entry Assessment for Operations

 

Contact Angela Weston, Chief Examiner, to apply for a Lateral Position with Walla Walla County at aweston@co.walla-walla.wa.us. You will be provided with the assessment via email. Please return the completed assessment including a $15 processing fee via check or money order to:

Angela Weston

Chief Examiner/Secretary

Walla Walla County Civil Service Commission

PO Box 1506

314 W. Main Street

Walla Walla, WA 99362

aweston@co.walla-walla.wa.us

(509)524-2506

Once the assessment is scored you will be notified of the date for the oral board interview. If you have any questions please call Angela Weston at 509.524.2506.

 

Chief of Administration Services                     Sheriff                                

            Shanda Zessin                                   John Turner                                

             509.524.5400                                      509.524.5400                                   

 

Minimum Eligibility Requirements

1. Applicant must have graduated from the Washington State Criminal Justice Training Academy (CJTC) for law enforcement or be able to challenge the process for an equivalency certification consistent with the requirements stated in WAC139.05.210.
2. Lateral applicant as defined in WAC139.05.210.
3. You must complete an application provided by the commission.


 

KENT POLICE DEPARTMENT - LATERAL OFFICER

 

For application and other information please refer to Kent PD's job posting at: http://www.ci.kent.wa.us/content.aspx?id=11954

Requirements for lateral police officer applicants:

  • The applicant shall have successfully completed a state law enforcement academy training program.
  • The applicant shall have been employed as a commissioned full-time general authority law enforcement officer with a municipal, county, or state law enforcement agency.
  • Candidate must be at least 21 years of age, a US Citizen, a High School Graduate or have obtained a G.E.D., must have a valid Driver License, and have no felony convictions.
  • There is no minimum experience necessary and there are no written or physical agility tests.


 

MERCER ISLAND POLICE DEPARTMENT - LATERAL/EXPERIENCE OFFICER

For application instructions, please refer to the Mercer Island PD's employment process at: http://www.mercergov.org/Page.asp?NavID=2125

Requirements for lateral police officer applicants:

  • A lateral officer is a person who, within the last 36 months has been employed as a full time commissioned law enforcement officer for a municipal, county or state law enforcement agency for 24 consecutive months. An experienced officer is a person that has completed the academy but does not have the 24 months of law enforcement experience.
  • Candidate must be at least 21 years of age, a US Citizen, a High School Graduate or have obtained a G.E.D., must have a valid WA Driver License, and have no felony convictions.
  • Candidate must possess an AA Degree or equivalent credit hours from an accredited school.

 


MILL CREEK POLICE DEPARTMENT - LATERAL OFFICER

For application instructions, please refer to the Mill Creek PD's employment process at: Click Here To Register.

Requirements for lateral police officer applicants:

  • Must have already successfully completed Basic Law Enforcement Academy.
  • The term "lateral entry" means an applicant who: (i) has worked for at least 12 months as a full-time, commissioned, police officer within the last 36 months, for a city, county or state law enforcement agency, or (ii) has worked for at least 12 months as a full-time, general authority Washington peace officer, as defined by Washington state law, within the last 36 months.
  • Candidate must be at least 21 years of age, a US Citizen, a High School Graduate or have obtained a G.E.D., must have a valid Driver License, and have no felony convictions.