City of Fairlawn Part-Time Patrol Officer
City of Fairlawn - Fairlawn, Ohio
Apr 30, 2021
- Application Deadline:
- Jan 1, 2022
- Entry Level:
- $$24.79 hourly
- Top Pay:
- $$25.50 hourly
Under general supervision, protects life and property of the City of Fairlawn, patrols City areas, maintains law and order, investigates complaints and serves warrants, testifies in court of law as needed.
In accordance with applicable federal, state and local law, the Fairlawn Police Department provides equal opportunities for applicants and employees, regardless of race, gender expression, age, pregnancy, religion, creed, color, nationality, ancestry, physical or mental handicap, genetic information, veteran status, marital status or any protected class or status. The Fairlawn Police Department does not show partiality or grant any special status to any applicant, employee, or group of employees unless otherwise required by law.
As required by the State of Ohio, the goal of the Fairlawn Police Department is to recruit and hire qualified individuals who demonstrate a commitment to service and who possess the traits and characteristics that reflect personal integrity and high ethical standards.
Applicant Selection Process
The Fairlawn Police Department actively strives to identify a diverse group of candidates that have in some manner, distinguished themselves as being outstanding prospects. Minimally, our department utilizes a comprehensive testing, screening, background and selection process which assesses cognitive and physical abilities in candidates. As an applicant, you will take part in the following:
- Civil Service Test
- Preliminary Interview
- Background Investigation
- Polygraph Examinations
- Psychological Examination
- Medical Examination
- Age: 21 Minimum
- Education: Graduation from an accredited high school or (G.E.D.)
- Experience: Current OPOTA Certification
Minimum Qualifications for Application
(a) Graduation from an accredited high school or (G.E.D.) (b) Citizen of the United States of America (c) Possess a current OPOTA certification by the State of Ohio as a Peace Officer (d) Have a current valid Ohio Drivers License with acceptable driving record.
Lt. Mark Schlegel