The City of Chillicothe, Civil Service Commission, has posted the examination date for position of Police Officer. The application period is July 31st through August the 18, 2017. The exam is on August 31st, 2017 at 5PM
Completed applications will ONLY be accepted via MAIL. Your submission must include a $25 non-refundable application fee. The application fee can be waived upon submission of Affidavit of Indigence.
*Applications must be mailed along with check or money order made payable to the City of Chillicothe. Mail check to: Human Resources Dept, 35 South Paint Street, Chillicothe, Ohio 45601. They MUST be postmarked by 8-18-17.
Questions about the exam in general or duties of Police Officer? Certifications required or extra credit given? Download the Police Officer Posting July 2017- 3 (003)
Download: Employment Application – Police Officer2017
Waiver of Indigence Must be submitted with application
The City of Chillicothe is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Nature of patrol work:
Investigate complaints, crimes and traffic crashes, appropriate use of division facilities and equipment, enforce City Ordinances, state and federal laws and other regulations, write reports for input to division records system, perform public relations activities, maintain relationships with external agencies, maintain personal and professional competence and awareness.
The Chillicothe Police Department offers competitive pay ($46,000 annual starting pay for non-probationary Ofcs. , with step increases) and benefits.
Opportunity for advancement
The Chillicothe Police Department offers many opportunities for advancement. After four years, patrol Officers are eligible to take the Sergeants promotional exam. Sgts. would then be able to take a Captains exam after 1 year and then ultimately the Chief’s exam. All other job classifications are based on experience and seniority.
Other job classifications within the department
o DARE/School Resource Officer
o Special Response Team(SRT)
o Hostage/Crisis Negotiations
o Bike Patrol
o Detective Bureau (Homicide, Murder, Sex Crimes, Theft, Narcotic, Cyber Crimes)
o Media/Public Liaison
The department offers opportunities for career development and training:
• Taser certifications/instructor
• Driver’s training/Instructor
• Unarmed Self Defense/Instructor
• Shotgun, service pistol and Rifle qualifications/instructor
• Crisis Intervention Training
• OVI DETECTION & STANDARDIZED FIELD SOBRIETY TESTING
• Traffic Crash Reconstruction
• RADAR/LIDAR certification/Instructor
• Crime Scene Processing