City seeking police applicants 

The successful candidates will be assigned to the patrol division and will be responsible for emergency operations including crash investigations, traffic control, crime suppression, investigation and prevention, civil disputes, and other related law enforcement activities. 

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All officers must become proficient in the use of mobile data terminals, records management software, law enforcement data sites, and possess excellent interpersonal skills. 

Applicants must have a State of Ohio Police Officer Certification, be 21 years of age, a valid Ohio drivers license, a high school diploma (or GED), no felony convictions, with a preference to applicants with an associate’s degree or higher in criminal justice or related field. 

The beginning salary will be $13.22 per hour. 

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The selection process will include a written exam, background check, and an interview before a panel. The top ranked applicants will be invited to participate in another interview after successful completion of a criminal background check. 

After the interview, a conditional offer of employment will be made to the top ranking candidates pending the successful completion of a polygraph and psychological exam plus a comprehensive physical and drug screen. 

Applications must be submitted no later than  4:30 p.m. on June 23.  They may be submitted by mail, in person or by e-mail. Those  submitted by mail must be received by the due date; submissions received after the due date will not be considered. Applications may be emailed to Lisa Brown at 

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Applications and a complete job description are available at