West Warwick Police Department
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Closed out at this time.
The Town of West Warwick is now accepting applications for the position of Police Officer. Individuals who wish to be considered for employment by the Town of West Warwick as Police Officers must complete all test requirements, including a written test and physical agility testing, in accordance with the RI Municipal Police Academy Physical Proficiency Standards, and background investigation.
Applicants must be 21 years of age (by June 30, 2017) and a United States citizens; possess a valid motor vehicle operator’s license; and have a minimum 60 college credits from an accredited institution recognized by the U.S. Department of Education by June 30, 2017 or, 4 years continuous active military duty or 5 years continuous Military Reserve/National Guard service.
The application and a $25 processing fee must be received on or before Wednesday March 22, 2017 by close of business by the Human Resource Department in West Warwick Town Hall.
Applications may be obtained at the West Warwick Town Hall, 2nd floor Human Resource Department, 1170 Main St., West Warwick, RI 02893, or at www.westwarwickri.org or www.westwarwickpd.org
process must be completed in detail in order to be considered as an
applicant for the Town of West Warwick Police Department.
Completed applications must be received no later than Wednesday March 22, 2017 by close of business, in person or by first class mail at Human Resources Department, West Warwick Town Hall, 1170 Main St., second floor, West Warwick, RI 02893.
Faxed applications will not be accepted.
The application must
be printed or typed; illegible applications will be rejected.
The application must be accompanied by:
A $25.00 non-refundable application fee in the form of check or
money order. Made payable to:
TOWN OF WEST WARWICK - Cash will not be accepted.
NOTE: Be prepared if you are given an
interview, you MUST bring with you Official High School and College
Transcripts (or DD-214).
In order to be eligible for the testing process, applicants must:
The West Warwick Police Department’s testing process will begin with the acceptance of an application along with a check or money order for $25 (processing fee).
Applications must be
received in the Human Resource Department on or before March 22, 2017 by
close of business. Through all phases of the process, applicants are to
The Physical Agility Test
report to the Agility Test on Sunday March 26, 2017. The Agility test
will be held at the West Warwick
Civic Center, 100 Factory Street, West Warwick, RI - sign in at
08:00AM. Information on the Agility Test is enclosed in this packet.
Applicants are strongly encouraged to practice and train
prior to the test day.
ATTIRE: Applicants must wear appropriate footwear, athletic shorts or running pants, and a plain white tee-shirt. Any applicant wearing inappropriate attire (cut-off jeans, printed shirts, etc.) shall be told to leave and eliminated from the process.
The Written Examination
Applicants are to
report to the West Warwick Youth
Center, 40 Factory Street West Warwick, RI on Sunday, March 26, 2016
- sign in at 11:30 AM. You
must present your valid Driver’s License for identification purposes.
ATTIRE: The applicants who pass the Agility Testing will then go directly to the Written Test. You may wear comfortable, yet appropriate clothing.
Suits are not necessary.
All applicants will
be notified by e-mail of their interview date (proposed schedule April
11,12, & 13)and time or of their termination from the process.
You must bring to the interview Official High School and
College Transcripts (or DD-214).
Failure to submit these documents on the day of the interview
will terminate the process for you. The Board will interview the
candidates at the West Warwick Youth Center, 40 Factory St.,
Applicants appearing for interviews should wear business attire.
Those candidates placed on the eligibility list will be investigated thoroughly before a conditional job offer of employment is presented. This investigation will extend to family members, friends, employers, schools, and any other relevant person. A credit report of each candidate will be examined. Candidates found to be of poor moral character, or who have misstated or omitted information on their application will be removed from the process.
If you have questions regarding the process, please contact Human Resources at
Your ability to follow instructions is at the core of this process. Be sure to read all information and follow it to the letter.
The West Warwick Police Department is an equal opportunity employer, and encourages applicants from all backgrounds to apply. Any person with a disability who needs special accommodations may contact Lt. Malloy at least 48 hours prior to the event at 401-822-9297 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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