Agency: Avondale Police Department
Location: Avondale AZ
Industry: Protective Service
Occupational Category: Law Enforcement
Job Type: Full Time
Job Number: 2016-00089
Closing: 12/27/2016 11:59 PM Arizona
Cadet pay $25.03
Training pay $25.65
Step one $26.28
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The City of Avondale is looking for career-oriented applicant(s) who desire to be a Police Officer for the City of Avondale. The successful candidate(s) must be an individual that shares the values of the Avondale Police Department. They must display the highest levels of integrity and ethical standards. Must be team oriented with a high level of maturity and personal responsibility. Applicant(s) must display cultural awareness and sensitivity. This position requires personal dedication to Community Policing Concepts and how it applies to the community.
THIS RECRUITMENT IS OPEN TO ENTRY-LEVEL APPLICANTS ONLY.
The best qualified applicant(s) will be selected to attend the Arizona Law Enforcement Academy (ALEA) as an Avondale Police Recruit, and upon successfully completing ALEA, begin the Field Training Officer phase.
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Responds to calls for service by contacting
complainants and suspects, conducting investigations, gathering information,
completing interviews, documenting facts, making arrests when necessary, and
writing reports. Is responsible for implementing community policing activities
which include but are not limited to initiating and furthering " beat projects"
to address public safety concerns in their assigned area.
Patrols designated areas by operating the patrol vehicle, walking, observing, watching for traffic violators, and providing customer service.
Conducts crime investigations by locating physical evidence, victims, witnesses, and suspects, gathering statements, investigating the crime scene, coming to a conclusion about the crime, and making arrests when necessary.
Performs other duties as assigned by testifying in court, holding training sessions, acting as detention/booking officer, assisting other bureaus, serving warrants, and conducting some supervisory tasks.
Work requires knowledge of a specific vocational,
administrative, or technical nature which may be obtained with six months/one
year of advanced study or training past the high school equivalency. Junior
college, vocational, business, technical or correspondence schools are likely
sources. Appropriate certification may be awarded upon satisfactory completion
of advanced study or training.
No previous experience required.
Valid Arizona Operator's Driver License. Above average physical conditioning: includes running, climbing, crawling, and possess the ability to pass and maintain an entry level officer's physical fitness requirements (measured by the FitForce Standards Test).