Time management tips for public safety

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Gordon Graham here with Today’s Tip from Lexipol.

Today’s Tip is for anyone in public safety and it’s about effective time management. We are all limited to the same 24 hours each day. The demands of public safety are often unpredictable. It’s important to make the most of your time. I have some simple suggestions that should help you along.

Make a to-do list. It can be as simple as a short list of things that you need to accomplish during your shift. This helps you stay on-task and prevents assignments from being overlooked.

Use a journal or work calendar to keep you focused. Doing so allows you to identify times in your day for working on projects. This also allows you to see where your time goes. Have you ever wondered, just where did the day go?

In public safety, time management is difficult. But it’s not impossible. Rethink how to organize your day. Make a to-do list so you remain on task. Use calendars for long-term planning.

Effective time management will help you get everything done that you need to do. This will better equip you to serve your community. You might even experience a better overall quality of life. Remember, a lot of people are depending on you.

And that’s Today’s Tip from Lexipol. Until next time, Gordon Graham signing off.

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  The Osage County Sheriff’s Office is currently accepting applications for Sheriff’s Deputies.

The Sheriff’s Office offers competitive pay and opportunities of advancement through promotion. Salaries start at $40,000 per year. Apply online at www.osagesheriff.org or call 573-897-3927 to inquire.

Qualifications:·

  • High school diploma or equivalent.·
  • Must be 21 years of age or older.·
  • Must possess a valid Missouri operator’s license at time of appointment.·
  • Must possess a valid class A or B Missouri Peace Officer License or current enrollment in a police academy.·
  • Must pass a pre-employment drug screen prior to appointment.·

Applicants must be able to meet the physical demands of law enforcement activities which include, but not limited to, the ability to make forcible arrests and operate law enforcement equipment.·

Applicant must meet minimum qualifications set forth by the FBI and MSHP CJIS Security policy.

Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

*Osage County and its Sheriff’s Office have adopted a strong policy in regards to hiring, conditions of employments, and promotions not to discriminate in any way in regard to gender, race, color, national or ethnic origin, ancestry, religious beliefs, handicap or disability, sexual orientation, gender identity/expression, marital or parental status, military or veteran status, political affiliation or age.

Osage County is an Affirmative Action Employer.

 

 

The Vernon County Sheriff’s Office is now taking applications for:

Jail Administrator: $42,806.40

The position of jail administrator is responsible for the day to day operations of the jail including, scheduling, record keeping, approving incident reports, and advising the Sheriff on policy and procedures, contracts as well as coordinating with the inmate transportation unit. This position is a management position that requires some “hands-on” work in the jail when employees are on vacation or out for training.

Post Certification is preferred, or the ability to complete Police Academy within 24 months.

Full Benefits package included along with take home vehicle, gym membership, and cell phone.

To Apply: Applicants can send resume and cover letter to 2040 E Hunter in Nevada, attention Dianna Boultinghouse, by email at dmaus@vernoncosherriff.org OR visit www.vernoncosheriff.org to submit your resume.

THE CITY OF CASPER, WYOMING
invites applications for the position of Police Officer

SALARY: $27.03 – $34.55 Hourly
$4,685.20 – $5,988.67 Monthly
$56,222.40 – $71,864.00 Annually

OPENING DATE:
03/24/22
CLOSING DATE:
05/16/22 12:00 AM

CLASS SUMMARY:

Next Testing Period – May 23rd
(location and times to be announced)
Apply directly through our website at: https://casperwy.gov/

Applicants are responsible for reviewing the testing information to get details on the testing dates,
locations, and requirements. All communication about the testing process will be through the email
address each applicant provides on his/her application.

Incumbents are responsible for responding to calls for service and enforcing local, State, and
Federal statutes.

REPORTING STRUCTURE:
Receives general supervision from assigned Police Sergeant or higher-level supervisory and
management staff.
This position is driving essential (see driving requirements).

Potential for sign-on bonus:
Lateral Police Officer program pay depending on police experience
Wyoming lateral Police Officers who meet certain criteria $12,500 sign-on bonus
Out of state lateral Police Officers who meet certain criteria $7,500 sign-on bonus
Previous Wyoming Police Officers decertified through absence $5,000 sign-on bonus
Entry-level Police Officers one-time sign-on bonus of $3,000

Total Compensation
Employee Benefits

Learn more about our community:
https://www.visitcasper.com/
https://casperwyoming.org/
https://choosecpr.com/

TYPICAL CLASS ESSENTIAL DUTIES:
1. Patrols assigned area and responds to routine and complex emergency situations; assesses
nature of situation and scene; and mediates disputes.
2. Explains and enforces applicable Federal, State, and local laws and ordinances.
3. Conducts preliminary investigations on all crimes/accidents, incidents, and any other criminal
law violations.
4. Interviews witnesses, victims, suspects, and arrested persons to obtain pertinent information
concerning accidents/crimes; and conducts searches.
5. Makes arrests or takes persons into custody by carrying out duties in conjunction with Federal,
State, and local laws and ordinances
6. Enforces traffic laws; patrols or conducts stationary observation of traffic; utilizes radar to
detect speed violations; stops suspicious vehicles for investigation; investigates accidents; issues
warnings, citations, and arrests for violations; uses standard field sobriety tests to determine
impairment.
7. Prepares accurate and timely reports including accident, arrest, and various administrative
reports.
8. Gathers and preserves physical evidence.
9. Testifies in courtroom proceedings.
10. Represents the City of Casper by responding to the public, citizens, its employees, and
others in a prompt, professional, and courteous manner while continuously maintaining a positive
customer service demeanor.
11. Performs other duties of a similar nature or level.

Knowledge (position requirements at entry):
Knowledge of:
• Customer service principles.
• Proper English, including spelling, punctuation, and grammar.
• Modern office equipment and practices.
Abilities (position requirements at entry):
Ability to:
• Work a variety of shifts including weekends, nights, and holidays; subject to be on call as
needed (must respond within 20 minutes).
• Learn local geography including street names, numbering systems, directional orientation, and
major landmarks.
• Provide customer service.
• Act quickly and calmly in emergencies and stressful situations.
• Maintain proper use of vehicles, equipment, and apparatus including the use and care of
firearms.
• Routinely demonstrate the City of Casper core values.
• Follow all City safety rules and procedures and immediately report all accidents/incidents or
unsafe conditions to a supervisor.
• Prepare and maintain accurate records and reports.
• Maintain confidentiality.
• Analyze situations quickly and objectively and determine and take appropriate action.
• Learn standard broadcasting procedures of a police radio system.
• Comply with all training requirements.
• Prepare accurate and grammatically correct written reports.
• Learn and apply modern police practices and methods.
• Learn and apply department procedures, rules and regulations.
• Learn and apply applicable Federal and State laws, city ordinances, judicial rulings, and laws of
arrest.
• Learn safety practices and procedures.
• Learn and apply recordkeeping principles.
• Learn to drive an emergency vehicle under hazardous and/or emergency conditions.
• Learn court and evidence procedures.
• Operate modern office equipment including body cameras, in-car video system, and specialized
software systems.
• Learn and apply appropriate offensive and defensive weapons nomenclature and theory.
• Utilize self-defense tactics.
• Maintain a neat and professional appearance.
• Communicate effectively verbally and in writing.
• Follow written and verbal instructions and direction.
• Establish and maintain effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of
work.

Skills (position requirements at entry):
Skill in:
• Communicating in a courteous, knowledgeable, and tactful manner with staff and the general
public.
• Customer service.
• Oral and written communication, sufficient to exchange or convey effective information and to
receive work direction.
• Operating modern office equipment, including computer software and operating
systems/applications.

TRAINING, EXPERIENCE & CERTIFICATIONS:
EDUCATION and EXPERIENCE:
• High school diploma or equivalent (G.E.D.) required.
• 21 years of age at the time of graduation from the Wyoming Law Enforcement Academy.

LICENSING and CERTIFICATIONS:
• Possession of, or ability to obtain, a valid Wyoming Driver’s License within six (6) months of
hire.
• Possession of, or ability to obtain, a Wyoming Peace Officer Standards & Training (POST)
Certification, within twelve (12) months of hire.
• Must be legally qualified to possess and purchase a firearm.

SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION & PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:
The above job description is intended to represent only the key areas of responsibilities; specific
position assignments will vary depending on the business needs of the department.

Women, minorities, and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

Employment subject to extensive background investigation, including polygraph and psychological
examination. The successful candidate must pass a pre-employment drug screen test.

As a condition of employment, the successful candidate must utilize direct deposit for payroll
purposes.

Driving records are required for all new employees regardless of the position’s driving
requirements. If the employee has not held a Wyoming driver’s license for the last three years, the
employee must provide at their own initiation and expense a driving record from their previous
state(s) of residence.

Physical and Environmental Conditions: City of Casper employees that perform safety
sensitive tasks are subject to pre-employment and/or random drug testing. These tasks include,
but may not be limited to:
• Emergency response/rescue
• Handling or working with hazardous materials, including chemicals as well as solid and liquid
waste
• Operating or maintaining water and wastewater systems
• Maintaining City computer and data systems including networks, servers, communication
systems, etc.
• Driving for the City of Casper, whether essential or non-essential
• Operating power-driven machinery or equipment
• Handling confidential information, including personnel, health, financial, or attorney-client
information
• Working with or around children

Positions in this class typically require: balancing, stooping, climbing, scaling, crouching, reaching,
standing, walking, running, lifting, grasping, feeling, talking, hearing, seeing, and repetitive motions.
Medium Work: Exerting up to 50 pounds of force occasionally, and/or up to 20 pounds of force
frequently, and/or up-to 10 pounds of force constantly to lift, carry, push, and pull or otherwise
move objects, including the human body.

Incumbents may be subjected to loud noises, light disturbance, workspace restrictions, dusts,
odors, fumes, and chemicals. Incumbents may be subject to perform duties either indoors or
outdoors and on uneven terrain, which may include extreme climate/weather conditions.
Incumbents may be subjected to exposure and risk in working with hostile, resistant, and unstable
persons. The nature of duties involves constant mental and visual attention, and potential personal
danger. Incumbents in this position will be in situations where they may experience
critical/traumatic events and need to have the ability to quickly move between work spaces and/or
facilities.

Driving Requirements: For driving essential positions, employment with the City of Casper is
contingent upon a satisfactory driving record. A driving record that reflects any of the following
criteria is considered unsatisfactory:

1) Convicted of three (3) or more moving violations within the previous 36 months (three separate, individual incidents);

2) A conviction within the previous 36 months of any of the following:

  • Driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol;
  • Leaving the scene of an accident;
  • Fleeing to avoid arrest;
  • Reckless Driving;
  • Homicide or assault by motor vehicle;
  • Driving without auto insurance;
  • Driving on a suspended license;
  • Refusal to take blood/breathalyzer test for suspected DUI or impaired driving.

If you have questions regarding the background screen, pre-employment drug test or driving
record, please contact the Human Resources Office at (307)235-8344 prior to accepting a job offer.

APPLICATIONS MAY BE FILED ONLINE AT:
http://www.casperwy.gov
200 N. David – Human Resources
Suite 107
Casper, WY 82601
(307)235-8344
(307)235-8421
hrood@casperwy.gov
Position #1132-07 POLICE OFFICER

The Schuyler County Sheriff’s Office has an immediate opening for A Full-Time DEPUTY SHERIFF
  • Starting salary up to $33200.00 per year
  • $30 per month cell phone allowance
  • Take home vehicle 
  • County employees retirement fund(CERF)
  • Small County working environment
  • 12 hour shifts with every other weekend off (Friday,Saturday and Sunday)
  • Vacation and sick pay
  • Uniforms and equipment provided
  • Must be POST certified. If you are not POST certified, contact us for possible sponsorship through the academy.
  • The Schuyler County Sheriff’s Office an Equal Opportunity Employer
Please apply in person at 110 W Washington St in Lancaster Missouri. You may contact the Sheriff at 660-956-9493 or by email at schuylersheriff969@gmail.com for more information. 
 
The Cape Girardeau County Sheriff’s Office is now accepting applications for the communications officer position.
 
Applicants must be at least 18 years old at the time of employment, possess a high school diploma or equivalent, be a U.S. citizen, and not have any felony record or convictions for any crime involving moral turpitude.
 
Applicants will ideally have general computer knowledge, be able to deal well with the public professionally, and complete multiple tasks simultaneously.
 
The position works 12-hour shifts, including days and nights, with rotating days on and off, including holidays.
 
Primary duties include, but are not limited to:
  • Answering emergency (911) calls and non-emergency calls for service
  • Serving as the central answering point for the Sheriff’s Office
  • Logging calls for service and dispositions into our computer-aided dispatch programs
  • Dispatching a radio law enforcement officer, fire departments, and medical first responders to calls for service
  • Entering and maintaining warrants, orders of protection, and updating the sex offender registry.
Prior experience is not required.
 
Starting pay is $16.00 an hour. In addition, to pay, the position includes a standard county benefits package, including 12 paid holidays, two retirement programs, health, dental, and vision insurance, paid vacation time, and a $50.00 monthly uniform allowance.
 
Interested parties can pick up an application at the sheriff’s office at 216 N. Missouri St. Jackson, MO 63755 or complete one online or download one from our website www.capecountysheriff.org
 
For more information, please contact Lt. Zachary Dillard at 573-243-3551.

The Lewis County Sheriff’s Office is looking to hire a part-time cook.

The schedule would be every other weekend and one night a week with pay being $11.15 per hour.

If interested, please contact the office at 573-767-5287 or stop by to get an application.

Hiring Now In Cole County, Missouri: Patrol Officers and Detention Officers
 
Starting Salaries:
Post Certified Deputies $40,000 + Benefits
Detention Officers $35,000 + Benefits
+ up to $5200 in premium pay based on start date
 
Excellent Benefits Package includes:
  • Missouri’s Local Government Employees Retirement System (LAGERS)
  • County Employees Retirement Fund (CERF)
  • Fully-paid Employer Paid Health Insurance
  • Partially-paid Spouse and Dependent Paid Health Insurance
  • 13 Paid Holidays
  • Paid Vacation Time
  • Paid Sick Leave
  • Cell Phone Stipends for some
  • All Equipment needed is provided
  • Take home car is available to Patrol Deputies
  • In house gym
With 115 employees and four divisions (Administration, Patrol, Support Services and Detention) we offer opportunity for growth and advancement.
 
Cole County is a suburban-rural area of 398 square miles where Missouri’s State Capitol resides. Our 75,000 residents are extremely supportive of law enforcement which is helpful in making ours an excellent work environment.

Submit your resume to be considered for a position or for more information you can go to: https://colecounty.org/220/Sheriffs-Office

The Cole County Sheriff’s Department is an Equal Opportunity Employer Patrol

The Washington County Sheriff’s Office has an immediate opening for a Deputy Sheriff-Bailiff/Process Server.

Must be POST certified.

We offer paid health, vision and dental insurance for the employee, a retirement package, Monday-Friday, some weekends, paid bi-weekly, and more.

If you are interested in becoming a part of our team, apply at the Washington County Sheriff’s Office at 116 W. High Street Potosi, MO 63664 or online.

The Washington County Sheriff’s Office is an equal opportunity employer.

The Andrew County Sheriff’s Office is now accepting applications for the positions of Detention Officer – both Deputy and Civilian – as well as 911 dispatchers.
 
Benefits include:
$15.30 / hr.
Paid training
Uniforms and equipment provided (if required)
12 hour shifts with every other weekend off
Paid holidays
Paid vacation
Paid sick leave
Health insurance
Vision and dental insurance (optional)
2 retirement plans
 
Applications can be picked up at the Sheriff’s Office located at 400 E. Main Street, Savannah, Mo 64485.
The Iron County Sheriff’s Office has immediate openings for A Full-Time DEPUTY SHERIFF
 
  • Competitive salary
  • Paid health insurance for employee
  • Health savings plan
  • County employees retirement fund
  • LAGERS retirement
  • 12 hour rotating shifts with every other weekend off
  • Vacation and sick pay
  • Uniforms provided
 
If you have any questions please contact Detective Chris Barton cbarton@icsomo.org

The Morgan County Sheriff’s Office has several road deputy positions available. 

Starting Pay: $42,550.40

Benefits include paid health insurance, retirement, 14 paid holidays, 8 hours sick leave earned per month, and paid vacation.

Apply in person at 211 E. Newton, Versailles; email Rick Bias at rbias@morgancountymo.gov; or apply online.

Cooper County Sheriff’s Office is seeking to hire motivated staff members for Detention Officers and Court House Security Officers.

Pay is based on training and experience.
 
Apply at the office for an immediate interview or online.
 
Options for academy contracts.
Hiring Now In Cole County, Missouri: Patrol Officers and Detention Officers
 
Starting Salaries:
Post Certified Deputies $40,000 + Benefits
Detention Officers $35,000 + Benefits
+ up to $5200 in premium pay based on start date
 
Excellent Benefits Package includes:
Missouri’s Local Government Employees Retirement System (LAGERS)
County Employees Retirement Fund (CERF)
Fully-paid Employer Paid Health Insurance
Partially-paid Spouse and Dependant Paid Health Insurance
13 Paid Holidays
Paid Vacation Time
Paid Sick Leave
Cell Phone Stipends for some
All Equipment needed is provided
Take home car is available to Patrol Deputies
In house gym
 
With 115 employees and four divisions (Administration, Patrol, Support Services and Detention) we offer opportunity for growth and advancement.
 
Cole County is a suburban-rural area of 398 square miles where Missouri’s State Capitol resides. Our 75,000 residents are extremely supportive of law enforcement which is helpful in making ours an excellent work environment.
 

Submit your resume to be considered for a position or for more information you can go to: https://colecounty.org/220/Sheriffs-Office

 
The Cole County Sheriff’s Department is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
The Maries County Sheriff’s Office is taking applications for part time Dispatchers/Jailers.
 
The part-time shifts available are 7 days a week either: 7:00am-3:00pm or 3:00pm-11:00pm.
 
Starting pay is $15/hour.
 
Position requires a person who is at least 18 years of age, can pass a pre-employment drug test, random drug tests, pass a background check, possesses good interpersonal skills, and has a desire to serve their community with an agency that is more like a family than a job.
 
Pick up an application at the Sheriff’s Office in Vienna or email a resume to sjohn@mariescountymo.gov

The Newton County Sheriff’s Office is Hiring Corrections Officers

Starting Pay: $14.89 hourly pay rate.
Pay increase to $15.14 after successful 90-day probation period.

Full-time position, applicants with an active Missouri POST license can be commissioned after probationary period.

Health, Vision and Dental Insurance benefits available.

CERF Retirement Plan.

Uniforms and duty gear provided.

Job Duties/Responsibilities:

  • Monitors and directs group and individual behavior among the inmates to prevent, control and resolve inmate problems or conflicts.
  • Escorts and/or transports inmates to and from various activities within and outside the jail.
  • Assists with the inmate admission, classification and release processes.
  • Monitors and directs various inmate programs (e.g. recreation, visitation, etc.).
  • Provides and summons assistance and aid for inmates while maintaining the safety and security of the facility.
  • Dispenses authorized medications and administers first aid and CPR.
  • Delivers meals, mail, supplies, etc., to the inmates.
  • Maintains necessary financial records (e.g. cash accounts in inmate and canteen funds, bail, fines, etc.).
  • Collects, maintains, and completes necessary records and reports (e.g. criminal history, medical screening, medication delivery, inmate activity, inmate property, fingerprints, photographs, visitor logs, incident and discipline reports, etc.).
  • Searches and observes inmates, visitors, vendors, and others to ensure security.
  • Inspects all jail areas to ensure adherence to all jail policies and procedures (e.g. sanitation, security, etc.) and ensures that these aspects of the jail operation are maintained.
  • Acts as an unrestricted Deputy Sheriff in emergency situations such as riots, large scale civil disobedience, natural disasters and other situations as determined by the Sheriff.
  • Demonstrates punctual and reliable attendance in accordance with designated work schedule.
  • Complies with applicable safety rules, laws, and practices; uses proper safety equipment and procedures in all operations.
  • Performs other related duties and responsibilities as assigned.


Reports to:
Immediate Supervisor; Corrections Corporal; Corrections Sergeant; Corrections Division Lieutenant

Requirements for applicants:

  • Must be a U.S. Citizen
  • At least 18 years of age
  • Must possess a high school diploma or GED
  • Must meet vision, hearing and physical agility standards (WorkSTEPS®)
  • Must possess a valid Missouri driver’s license
  • Be able to pass a reference and background investigation, which may include a polygraph/voice stress exam
  • Able to work 12-hour shifts
  • Experience is preferred but not necessary to apply.


If you have previously applied for this position in the last 6 months, do not re-apply.
Applications will be accepted until this post is removed.

Any questions regarding this position may be forwarded to Corrections Lieutenant Mike Barnett – 417-451-8311

JAIL: Applications will be accepted by e-mail, in person, mail, or fax 417-451-8352

The Child Advocacy Center of Northeast Missouri is seeking a Prevention Education Specialist

Job Details:

Full-time
Wentzville, MO
 

Job Description

Prevention Education Specialist – 10 Month, Academic Year – Wentzville Position Description: The Prevention Education Specialist will deliver school and community-based presentations on various child abuse prevention topics for professionals who are mandated reporters, parents, and children of preschool through high school age.
 
In addition, the Prevention Education Specialist will attend community meetings and participate in community events to represent The Child Advocacy Center of Northeast Missouri when appropriate.
 
Primary Job Duties and Responsibilities
  • 1. Provide agency approved presentations for children ranging from Early Childhood thru High School on various topics of sexual abuse prevention.
  • 2. Provide agency approved presentations for parents on sexual abuse prevention.
  • 3. Provide mandated reporter trainings for professionals who work with children.
  • 4. Maintain contact with counselors or staff/administrators to schedule programs for assigned schools.
  • 5. Grade and import data collected from presentations.
  • 6. Maintain data and statistics for reporting purposes.
  • 7. Research and update to programs to ensure best practice.
  • 8. Attend community meetings, as needed.
  • 9. Serve as a representative of the agency.
  • 10. Other duties as assigned. Qualifications Minimum of a bachelor’s degree in education, criminal justice, social work, or human services field or 3-5 years of field experience.

Benefits include: 14 paid holidays, generous PTO, medical/vision/dental insurance, and more.

Reports to and supervised by: Prevention Education Program

Director Classification: Non exempt 10 month/academic year schedule

Schedule

Standard business schedule
 

Benefits

Medical insurance
Paid time off
Dental insurance
Vision insurance
 
 
The Child Advocacy Center of Northeast Missouri is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

LEWIS COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE IS HIRING

 

Starting Pay: $35,000 a Year – Negotiable If Prior Experience

Full Benefits Package Including Health Insurance, Retirement, Paid Overtime, Paid Holidays, Etc.

  • All Equipment Provided by County
  • Take Home Vehicle

For Inquiries Call 573-767-5287

 

The Carroll County Sheriff’s Office is hiring deputies.

We have immediate openings if you know someone that would be willing to relocate and start, or continue, their career in Carroll County.

Please spread the word.

Applications can be picked up at the office or apply online on our Facebook page.

POST License is required.

The Platte County Sheriff’s Office is currently accepting applications for full time Civilian Detention Officers.
 
Qualified candidates must
  • Be at least 18 years of age
  • Possess a high school diploma or GED
  • Successfully complete all phases of the employment process.
 
Initial Uniforms and Equipment provided. After 12 months, a $50/month uniform allowance is added to the salary for maintenance and upkeep.
 
If you are interested in receiving more information or would like to get started in the employment process, please click here.
 
For further information call the Platte County Sheriff’s Office at (816) 858-2424
 
The Platte County Sheriff’s Office an Equal Opportunity Employer. We consider applicants for all positions without regard to race, color, religion, creed, gender, national origin, age, disability, marital or veteran status, or other protected status.

SEMA has an opening for a Regional Coordinator in the St. Louis area.

SALARY: 58,452.47

The Missouri State Emergency Management Agency has responsibility for coordinating disaster response and recovery operations across Missouri – responding to everything from tornadoes and flooding to ice storms to the coronavirus pandemic. SEMA operates the State Emergency Operations Center and provides training and grants to strengthen Missouri’s resilience against natural disasters. 
SEMA’s mission is to help our fellow Missourians prepare for, respond to and recover from all emergencies. Each step will be guided by our core values of respect, integrity, trust, honesty and compassion.

Job Description:
•    Liaison between local officials (including Emergency Management Directors) and SEMA on all matters relating to emergency management. 
•    Work with the Statewide Volunteer Services Coordinator to integrate volunteer services responsibilities in local emergency management activities. 
•    Conduct four quarterly Regional Coordinator meetings/workshops annually to inform and train local officials in their duties and responsibilities. 
•    Assist local officials in the development or revision of all-hazard emergency operations plans.
•    Support the SEMA training program through participation in courses, seminars and workshops. Participate in state-level exercises.
•    Complete all required paperwork accurately and in a timely manner. Participate in scheduled conference calls and internal regional coordinator meetings.
•    Maintain communication with the Division Supervisor to keep him/her advised on regional activities and emergencies.
•    Other duties as assigned.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
•    Knowledge of the phases of emergency management and their relevance to public safety. 
•    Knowledge of the policies, regulations, guides, and precedents pertinent to the assigned emergency management phase(s). 
•    Knowledge of the National Incident Management System (NIMS) and Homeland Security Exercise and Evaluation Program (HSEEP). 
•    Skill in managing and resolving conflict in high intensity situations.  
•    Ability to gather, correlate, summarize, interpret, and report a variety of technical information and data. Ability to analyze implications, identify trends, and apply conclusions to complex problems. 
•    Ability to operate a motor vehicle and maintain a valid vehicle operator’s license. 
•    Ability to work nights, weekends, holidays and overtime as required.  
•    Ability to comprehend, interpret, communicate, and apply regulations, procedures, and related emergency management information.  
•    Knowledge of the different types of private, volunteer, and governmental emergency response and recovery programs and their purpose. 

Qualifications:
Bachelor’s degree and 2-4 years of relevant experience. (Substitutions may be allowed.)

Job Location:  This position will be located at Region C (UASI) includes St. Charles, St. Louis, Franklin, St. Louis City and Jefferson counties.

If you have questions about this position please contact:
DPS.Hires@dps.mo.gov

The State of Missouri is an equal opportunity employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees.

For details and how to apply click here.

 
Cole County Sheriff’s Office is Hiring  Patrol Officers and Detention Officers
 
Starting Salaries:
Post Certified Deputies $40,000 + Benefits
Detention Officers $35,000 + Benefits
+ up to $5200 in premium pay based on start date
 
Excellent Benefits Package includes:
Missouri’s Local Government Employees Retirement System (LAGERS)
County Employees Retirement Fund (CERF)
Fully-paid Employer Paid Health Insurance
Partially-paid Spouse and Dependant Paid Health Insurance
13 Paid Holidays
Paid Vacation Time
Paid Sick Leave
Cell Phone Stipends for some
All Equipment needed is provided
Take home car is available to Patrol Deputies
In house gym
 
With 115 employees and four divisions (Administration, Patrol, Support Services and Detention) we offer opportunity for growth and advancement.
 
Cole County is a suburban-rural area of 398 square miles where Missouri’s State Capitol resides. Our 75,000 residents are extremely supportive of law enforcement which is helpful in making ours an excellent work environment.
 
Submit your resume to be considered for a position or for more information you can go to: https://colecounty.org/220/Sheriffs-Office
 
The Cole County Sheriff’s Department is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Newton County Sheriff’s Office has an opening for a patrol deputy.

Starting pay: $18.97/hour
Pay increase after successful 90-day probation period.
Full-time position, commissioned.
Health, Vision and Dental Insurance benefits available. CERF Retirement Plan.
​Uniforms, equipment, duty gear, POST continuing education and patrol vehicle are provided*.

Responsibilities:
Maintain law and order and serve legal process of the courts by performing duties, including but not limited to; processing citizen complaints, documenting and writing reports on law violations, transporting prisoners, service of civil process, and overall general law enforcement in the county.

Requirements for applicants:

  • Be at least 21 years of age
  • Must be a U.S. Citizen and reside in the State of Missouri
  • Must possess high school diploma or GED
  • Must possess current Missouri P.O.S.T. certification or equivalent from another state
  • Must be able to work rotating 12-hour shifts
  • Must meet vision, hearing and physical agility standards (WorkSTEPS®)
  • Must possess a valid Missouri driver’s license
  • Be able to pass a reference and background investigation, which may include a polygraph/voice stress exam
  • Be able to relocate within Newton County in a reasonable amount of time, as determined by the Sheriff
  • All probationary deputies must successfully pass NCSO field training program

*residency requirement for take home patrol vehicle

Reports to:
Shift Sergeant; Patrol Division Lieutenant

Two years of prior law enforcement experience is preferred but not necessary to apply.

Applications will be accepted until this posting is removed.
Any questions regarding this position may be forwarded to Patrol Lieutenant Trevor Williams – 417-451-8300

PATROL: Applications will be accepted by e-mail, in person, mail, or fax 417-451-8352

CAREER OPPORTUNITY
MISSOURI DIVISION OF ALCOHOL AND TOBACCO CONTROL

Title:

Agent

Location:

Jefferson City District Office
1738 E. Elm St. – Lower Level Jefferson City, MO 65101
$46,423.68 Annual Salary

DESCRIPTION:
A vacancy currently exists within the Division of Alcohol and Tobacco Control. The position works from the Jefferson City District Office and will be assigned a designated territory within the boundaries of District 2 (see
https://atc.dps.mo.gov/about/contact_us.html). Agents of the Division are responsible for enforcing all Missouri statutes and regulations relating to the manufacture, distribution and sale of alcoholic beverages as set out in Chapter 311, RSMo.

BENEFITS
Agents are provided a state vehicle for work-related travel, and scheduling allows for some flexibility when not assigned to the district office. The State of Missouri also offers a comprehensive benefits package, which can be reviewed here, https://oa.mo.gov/state-employees-new#mini-panel-state-employees-tabs2. Annual grant programs also provide Agents an opportunity to earn overtime pay.

EXAMPLES OF WORK PERFORMED:
Business hours for the district office are 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday; however, an Agent’s hours will routinely vary, and will generally consist of approximately 40% office work and 60% field work, with fluctuations based on seasonal demand and staffing. Each district is responsible for conducting weekly enforcement activities which may consist of late nights, extended hours, weekend work, and possible overnight stays.

Office/administrative duties include, but are not limited to: serving as the primary point of contact for liquor license applicants, licensees, city/county clerks and local law enforcement agencies within a designated territory, and to review liquor license applications for completeness and eligibility.

Field work includes, but is not limited to: conducting retailer education training programs, completing routine inspections and site visits, investigating citizen complaints/surveillance, conducting joint enforcement activities with local law enforcement agencies, and conducting self-initiated and supervisor-directed enforcement activities primarily consisting of plainclothes operations.

QUALIFICATIONS:
To qualify for the position, the applicant must:

 Be a United States citizen and taxpaying resident of Missouri at time of hire;
 Possess a valid Missouri driver license;
 Be proficient in the English language;
 Possess a high school diploma or an equivalent certificate;
 Possess a Class A Missouri POST license at the time of appointment;
 Possess ordinary physical strength;
 Have a minimum of two (2) years law enforcement experience;
o College coursework in criminal justice or a closely related field or military police service may be substituted on a year-for-year basis.
 Reside within 60 miles of the office or relocate within six months; and,
 Be able to pass a job-related assessment exam, oral interview, criminal record check and background investigation, drug screening, polygraph, and psychological evaluation.

APPLICATION PROCEDURE:
Individuals who wish to be considered for this position must complete a State of Missouri Application on the MO Careers website. Completed applications, with any supplemental documents such as a cover letter, resume, college/university transcript(s), etc., must be completed and submitted by Tuesday, March 22, 2022, at 11:59 P.M., Central Standard Time. The MO Careers website can be accessed via
https://mocareers.mo.gov/hiretrue/mo/mocareers/index.html.

ASSESSMENT TESTING AND INTERVIEWS:
Computerized assessment tests will be conducted at the Jefferson City district office. Candidates meeting the minimum qualifications will be contacted for scheduling purposes.
Interviews will be scheduled at a later determined date.

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY STATEMENT:
The Division of Alcohol and Tobacco Control is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will be considered for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability status, or any other non-merit factor.

The City of Bourbon, Missouri is accepting applications for the position of Police Officer. All applicants must be a U.S. citizen, must be 21 years of age, a graduate of high school or possess a G.E.D equivalent, possess a valid Missouri Driver’s license and be Missouri P.O.S.T. Certified. 

Starting salary for this position will be $18.25 per hour, 13 paid holidays Shift Differential, Grant Time Pay, Paid Overtime.

Work schedule:

12 hour shifts, rotate every 2 months between days and nights , off every other Friday, Saturday, and Sunday

Benefits:

  • Health and dental insurance, and vision 100% paid for by the city
  • Lagers 100% paid for by the city
  • 75% paid health insurance for spouse.

Applications can be picked up at the Bourbon Police Department, 355 E. Pine St. Bourbon Mo 65441. For questions or to request an application call 573-732-4838/573-732-5550. Applications will be accepted until Position is filled. The City of Bourbon is an equal opportunity employer.

 

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What is the most tactically sound practice for running a driver’s license during a traffic stop?

Because traffic stops have multiple phases, there are several considerations around police traffic stop procedures. (Photo/Police1)

 

By Tyson Kilbey for Police1

One of law enforcement’s most highly analyzed and tactically debated activities is the traffic stop.

One reason for this could be that although there are millions of traffic stops conducted by police each year that end without incident, some traffic stops result in a fatality of either the officer or an occupant.

Additionally, because traffic stops have multiple phases, there are several considerations around police traffic stop procedures. For example, should an officer use a driver-side or passenger-side approach? Should an officer bring a driver back to their patrol car to conduct interviews or direct them to stay in their car?

These and many other questions spark debates among officers about which tactic is superior or should be considered best practice.

Debates such as these are extremely valuable not only because they require officers to analyze their tactics thoughtfully and pursue a deeper understanding of critical job functions, but also because officers typically discover that both sides of the debate frequently have merit. For example, depending on the specific factors of an incident, one tactic may work well in a given situation, while another may be better suited in a different situation.

WHERE TO RUN THE DRIVER’S LICENSE?

I was recently asked to give an opinion about one such tactical debate involving traffic stops. Specifically, what is the most tactically sound practice for running a driver’s license during a traffic stop?

  • Option 1: The officer runs the subject while remaining at the driver’s door behind the B-pillar.
  • Option 2: The officer returns to their patrol vehicle to run the driver’s license.

The argument for remaining at the subject’s vehicle behind the B-pillar while running the driver’s license is that the officer has gained some ground, which some view as a tactical advantage. After gaining this ground, it could be helpful should the subject become combative or if they are wanted.

I understand this argument, but I believe several cons must be considered when evaluating this tactic. First, the officer is in extremely close proximity to the subject while splitting cognitive functions. They are running the driver while trying to keep a visual of their hands and watching for furtive movements. With the driver having the action-reaction advantage, this puts the officer in a precarious position. If there are multiple occupants, this puts the officer in a near-impossible situation because not only are they close to a potential attack, it would not be possible to effectively monitor each subject’s behavior while running the driver’s license. Traffic may also be a potential threat, splitting the officer’s cognitive thought processes further.

Also, even if the subject is wanted, the best practice would not be for the officer to immediately go hands-on but instead wait for a backing unit. However, I know in some jurisdictions, that’s not possible due to the unavailability of a backing officer.

Finally, I know some officers have earpieces on their radios, but many do not, so this is a consideration when running the license near the vehicle within the hearing range of the subject. If the subject hears that the officer is running them, this could ignite the driver into a desperate attempt to fight or flee from the officer, especially if they know they have a warrant for their arrest.

THE GOLDEN TRIAD OF DESIRED OBJECTIVES

Because of all these factors, I do have an opinion of an ideal tactical position for the officer, specifically when their “spidey senses” are telling them something may be amidst with the driver. That position would be at the back of their patrol vehicle, positioned near the rear bumper on the passenger side. This position considers traffic conditions and creates time, distance and cover between the officer and a potentially violent attack. In the world of police use of force tactics, these are the golden triad of desired objectives. Suppose the driver or an occupant of the vehicle decides to launch an attack against the officer. In that case, the position at the back of the patrol car will increase the options available to the officer. These options would not exist at the subject’s vehicle behind the b-pillar, where time, distance and cover do not exist.

I will admit there are times when an officer can choose to run a subject’s driver’s license safely while at the subject’s vehicle. For example, perhaps the officer sees something on the floorboard compelling enough to monitor while speaking with the driver, such as drugs or a weapon. While at the vehicle, the officer calls for a backing unit and discovers that backup is merely seconds away. Based on these circumstances, the officer may remain at the car and use sound officer safety tactics while maintaining visual observations of weapons or drugs.

As I mentioned earlier in the article, sometimes both sides of the debate have merit. It’s not so much a case of deciding which is right and which is wrong, but instead developing a deeper understanding of the “why” behind any reasonable approach and then choosing which one works best at the time based on the circumstances of a particular situation. Train hard and be safe!

POLICE1 READERS RESPOND

  • As a dispatcher with 33+ years of service, IMO, the dangers of MDCs outweigh the pros (creating self-initiated activity). Plain and simple, they are a distraction to the officer’s safety. While they were an asset and helpful, times have changed and the officer safety issues we face today simply don’t justify their use. Dispatchers should be used to run everything needed. Issues surrounding that, such as lack of staffing, lack of untrained personnel and time it takes to get your returns, must be high priorities in the centers to contribute to officer safety.

  • I’m retired after 30 years of service. At night, I would open and close my unit door twice so as to give the impression that there were two officers. Regardless of night/day, after obtaining the DL, I would walk past the driver’s side of my unit (NEVER in between the cars) and around the rear. I’d open the front passenger door for cover/concealment and I’d run the info/write the cite near the right rear corner of my unit. I’d then walk around the rear of my unit again, along the driver’s side and approach the violator’s door to complete the stop. If he/she was going to jail, I wouldn’t approach until backup was with me.

  • We always run with two officers in every vehicle. Normally the police vehicle driver will engage with the suspect vehicle whilst his partner maintains watch from a 45-degree angle to the left rear of the suspect vehicle. The license is run on our mobile device and returned to the driver. — Western Australia police

  • I’m retired now but after 26 years on duty both street and as a detective, I made approaches in various ways depending on the stop I was conducting. I would retrieve the driver’s info and return to my vehicle where I would run their info at the passenger door with the door open. This afforded me some cover and concealment, especially at night behind the spotlight and easy access to heavier weapons if the need arose.

  • Sometimes the circumstances of the traffic stop dictated where I ran the license. At my former agency backup was almost always available and since I taught the concept of contact and cover, my backup officer was the cover officer and depending on the totality of the circumstances, I might run the license from the driver’s side of the vehicle or passenger side if I did an approach that way, but the majority of the time I did it from the passenger side rear of my patrol vehicle with the rear door open.

  • I prefer to stand at the A-pillar while facing the driver and passenger with my back toward the front of the vehicle, which also allows me to watch oncoming traffic. The most dangerous part of a traffic stop is the approach and the hands of the occupants. This allows me to watch the hands and only have to approach once.

  • Always make your initial approach on the passenger side of the offender vehicle, return to your vehicle for ID checks/paperwork and then return to the offender vehicle on the driver’s side. Countless tactical advantages to this method.

  • I typically run the driver’s license of a subject at the rear passenger bumper of my patrol car, for the same reasons cited by the author, even when I have a cover officer. Although I too see the merit in staying up front near the B-pillar of the subject’s car. I think both tactics are sound, but I prefer to put distance and cover/concealment between the subject and me, for increased reaction time.
  • After 28 years of conducting traffic stops (now retired), I used all the above listed and then some. However, at night I would (sometimes), after getting the DL, walk back to my car passing the driver’s side. I would walk around the trunk to the passenger side and open the passenger side front door. This is done for the illusion of maybe having another officer or me being in this location. I would walk into the property next to my car and stand by/behind fence posts, block walls, or any item that could be used as concealment/cover. It was neat to watch drivers exit their car and walk back to my car, confusion on their face and shock when they heard a voice coming from the dark. Another technique was to use my imaginary partner if I was having problems with the driver/occupants, I would tell my partner to watch the driver/occupants. I would see the driver/occupants start looking around for him. I would tell them to stop looking at my partner and pay attention to me. This seemed to work very well since they were more concerned about the unseen officer than me.

What do you think? Click on the link to share your comments and additional traffic stop safety tactics. 

  The Osage County Sheriff’s Office is currently accepting applications for Sheriff’s Deputies.

The Sheriff’s Office offers competitive pay and opportunities of advancement through promotion. Salaries start at $40,000 per year. Apply online at www.osagesheriff.org or call 573-897-3927 to inquire.

Qualifications:·

  • High school diploma or equivalent.·
  • Must be 21 years of age or older.·
  • Must possess a valid Missouri operator’s license at time of appointment.·
  • Must possess a valid class A or B Missouri Peace Officer License or current enrollment in a police academy.·
  • Must pass a pre-employment drug screen prior to appointment.·

Applicants must be able to meet the physical demands of law enforcement activities which include, but not limited to, the ability to make forcible arrests and operate law enforcement equipment.·

Applicant must meet minimum qualifications set forth by the FBI and MSHP CJIS Security policy.

Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

*Osage County and its Sheriff’s Office have adopted a strong policy in regards to hiring, conditions of employments, and promotions not to discriminate in any way in regard to gender, race, color, national or ethnic origin, ancestry, religious beliefs, handicap or disability, sexual orientation, gender identity/expression, marital or parental status, military or veteran status, political affiliation or age.

Osage County is an Affirmative Action Employer.

 

 

The Vernon County Sheriff’s Office is now taking applications for:

Jail Administrator: $42,806.40

The position of jail administrator is responsible for the day to day operations of the jail including, scheduling, record keeping, approving incident reports, and advising the Sheriff on policy and procedures, contracts as well as coordinating with the inmate transportation unit. This position is a management position that requires some “hands-on” work in the jail when employees are on vacation or out for training.

Post Certification is preferred, or the ability to complete Police Academy within 24 months.

Full Benefits package included along with take home vehicle, gym membership, and cell phone.

To Apply: Applicants can send resume and cover letter to 2040 E Hunter in Nevada, attention Dianna Boultinghouse, by email at dmaus@vernoncosherriff.org OR visit www.vernoncosheriff.org to submit your resume.

THE CITY OF CASPER, WYOMING
invites applications for the position of Police Officer

SALARY: $27.03 – $34.55 Hourly
$4,685.20 – $5,988.67 Monthly
$56,222.40 – $71,864.00 Annually

OPENING DATE:
03/24/22
CLOSING DATE:
05/16/22 12:00 AM

CLASS SUMMARY:

Next Testing Period – May 23rd
(location and times to be announced)
Apply directly through our website at: https://casperwy.gov/

Applicants are responsible for reviewing the testing information to get details on the testing dates,
locations, and requirements. All communication about the testing process will be through the email
address each applicant provides on his/her application.

Incumbents are responsible for responding to calls for service and enforcing local, State, and
Federal statutes.

REPORTING STRUCTURE:
Receives general supervision from assigned Police Sergeant or higher-level supervisory and
management staff.
This position is driving essential (see driving requirements).

Potential for sign-on bonus:
Lateral Police Officer program pay depending on police experience
Wyoming lateral Police Officers who meet certain criteria $12,500 sign-on bonus
Out of state lateral Police Officers who meet certain criteria $7,500 sign-on bonus
Previous Wyoming Police Officers decertified through absence $5,000 sign-on bonus
Entry-level Police Officers one-time sign-on bonus of $3,000

Total Compensation
Employee Benefits

Learn more about our community:
https://www.visitcasper.com/
https://casperwyoming.org/
https://choosecpr.com/

TYPICAL CLASS ESSENTIAL DUTIES:
1. Patrols assigned area and responds to routine and complex emergency situations; assesses
nature of situation and scene; and mediates disputes.
2. Explains and enforces applicable Federal, State, and local laws and ordinances.
3. Conducts preliminary investigations on all crimes/accidents, incidents, and any other criminal
law violations.
4. Interviews witnesses, victims, suspects, and arrested persons to obtain pertinent information
concerning accidents/crimes; and conducts searches.
5. Makes arrests or takes persons into custody by carrying out duties in conjunction with Federal,
State, and local laws and ordinances
6. Enforces traffic laws; patrols or conducts stationary observation of traffic; utilizes radar to
detect speed violations; stops suspicious vehicles for investigation; investigates accidents; issues
warnings, citations, and arrests for violations; uses standard field sobriety tests to determine
impairment.
7. Prepares accurate and timely reports including accident, arrest, and various administrative
reports.
8. Gathers and preserves physical evidence.
9. Testifies in courtroom proceedings.
10. Represents the City of Casper by responding to the public, citizens, its employees, and
others in a prompt, professional, and courteous manner while continuously maintaining a positive
customer service demeanor.
11. Performs other duties of a similar nature or level.

Knowledge (position requirements at entry):
Knowledge of:
• Customer service principles.
• Proper English, including spelling, punctuation, and grammar.
• Modern office equipment and practices.
Abilities (position requirements at entry):
Ability to:
• Work a variety of shifts including weekends, nights, and holidays; subject to be on call as
needed (must respond within 20 minutes).
• Learn local geography including street names, numbering systems, directional orientation, and
major landmarks.
• Provide customer service.
• Act quickly and calmly in emergencies and stressful situations.
• Maintain proper use of vehicles, equipment, and apparatus including the use and care of
firearms.
• Routinely demonstrate the City of Casper core values.
• Follow all City safety rules and procedures and immediately report all accidents/incidents or
unsafe conditions to a supervisor.
• Prepare and maintain accurate records and reports.
• Maintain confidentiality.
• Analyze situations quickly and objectively and determine and take appropriate action.
• Learn standard broadcasting procedures of a police radio system.
• Comply with all training requirements.
• Prepare accurate and grammatically correct written reports.
• Learn and apply modern police practices and methods.
• Learn and apply department procedures, rules and regulations.
• Learn and apply applicable Federal and State laws, city ordinances, judicial rulings, and laws of
arrest.
• Learn safety practices and procedures.
• Learn and apply recordkeeping principles.
• Learn to drive an emergency vehicle under hazardous and/or emergency conditions.
• Learn court and evidence procedures.
• Operate modern office equipment including body cameras, in-car video system, and specialized
software systems.
• Learn and apply appropriate offensive and defensive weapons nomenclature and theory.
• Utilize self-defense tactics.
• Maintain a neat and professional appearance.
• Communicate effectively verbally and in writing.
• Follow written and verbal instructions and direction.
• Establish and maintain effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of
work.

Skills (position requirements at entry):
Skill in:
• Communicating in a courteous, knowledgeable, and tactful manner with staff and the general
public.
• Customer service.
• Oral and written communication, sufficient to exchange or convey effective information and to
receive work direction.
• Operating modern office equipment, including computer software and operating
systems/applications.

TRAINING, EXPERIENCE & CERTIFICATIONS:
EDUCATION and EXPERIENCE:
• High school diploma or equivalent (G.E.D.) required.
• 21 years of age at the time of graduation from the Wyoming Law Enforcement Academy.

LICENSING and CERTIFICATIONS:
• Possession of, or ability to obtain, a valid Wyoming Driver’s License within six (6) months of
hire.
• Possession of, or ability to obtain, a Wyoming Peace Officer Standards & Training (POST)
Certification, within twelve (12) months of hire.
• Must be legally qualified to possess and purchase a firearm.

SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION & PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:
The above job description is intended to represent only the key areas of responsibilities; specific
position assignments will vary depending on the business needs of the department.

Women, minorities, and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

Employment subject to extensive background investigation, including polygraph and psychological
examination. The successful candidate must pass a pre-employment drug screen test.

As a condition of employment, the successful candidate must utilize direct deposit for payroll
purposes.

Driving records are required for all new employees regardless of the position’s driving
requirements. If the employee has not held a Wyoming driver’s license for the last three years, the
employee must provide at their own initiation and expense a driving record from their previous
state(s) of residence.

Physical and Environmental Conditions: City of Casper employees that perform safety
sensitive tasks are subject to pre-employment and/or random drug testing. These tasks include,
but may not be limited to:
• Emergency response/rescue
• Handling or working with hazardous materials, including chemicals as well as solid and liquid
waste
• Operating or maintaining water and wastewater systems
• Maintaining City computer and data systems including networks, servers, communication
systems, etc.
• Driving for the City of Casper, whether essential or non-essential
• Operating power-driven machinery or equipment
• Handling confidential information, including personnel, health, financial, or attorney-client
information
• Working with or around children

Positions in this class typically require: balancing, stooping, climbing, scaling, crouching, reaching,
standing, walking, running, lifting, grasping, feeling, talking, hearing, seeing, and repetitive motions.
Medium Work: Exerting up to 50 pounds of force occasionally, and/or up to 20 pounds of force
frequently, and/or up-to 10 pounds of force constantly to lift, carry, push, and pull or otherwise
move objects, including the human body.

Incumbents may be subjected to loud noises, light disturbance, workspace restrictions, dusts,
odors, fumes, and chemicals. Incumbents may be subject to perform duties either indoors or
outdoors and on uneven terrain, which may include extreme climate/weather conditions.
Incumbents may be subjected to exposure and risk in working with hostile, resistant, and unstable
persons. The nature of duties involves constant mental and visual attention, and potential personal
danger. Incumbents in this position will be in situations where they may experience
critical/traumatic events and need to have the ability to quickly move between work spaces and/or
facilities.

Driving Requirements: For driving essential positions, employment with the City of Casper is
contingent upon a satisfactory driving record. A driving record that reflects any of the following
criteria is considered unsatisfactory:

1) Convicted of three (3) or more moving violations within the previous 36 months (three separate, individual incidents);

2) A conviction within the previous 36 months of any of the following:

  • Driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol;
  • Leaving the scene of an accident;
  • Fleeing to avoid arrest;
  • Reckless Driving;
  • Homicide or assault by motor vehicle;
  • Driving without auto insurance;
  • Driving on a suspended license;
  • Refusal to take blood/breathalyzer test for suspected DUI or impaired driving.

If you have questions regarding the background screen, pre-employment drug test or driving
record, please contact the Human Resources Office at (307)235-8344 prior to accepting a job offer.

APPLICATIONS MAY BE FILED ONLINE AT:
http://www.casperwy.gov
200 N. David – Human Resources
Suite 107
Casper, WY 82601
(307)235-8344
(307)235-8421
hrood@casperwy.gov
Position #1132-07 POLICE OFFICER

The Schuyler County Sheriff’s Office has an immediate opening for A Full-Time DEPUTY SHERIFF
  • Starting salary up to $33200.00 per year
  • $30 per month cell phone allowance
  • Take home vehicle 
  • County employees retirement fund(CERF)
  • Small County working environment
  • 12 hour shifts with every other weekend off (Friday,Saturday and Sunday)
  • Vacation and sick pay
  • Uniforms and equipment provided
  • Must be POST certified. If you are not POST certified, contact us for possible sponsorship through the academy.
  • The Schuyler County Sheriff’s Office an Equal Opportunity Employer
Please apply in person at 110 W Washington St in Lancaster Missouri. You may contact the Sheriff at 660-956-9493 or by email at schuylersheriff969@gmail.com for more information. 
 
The Cape Girardeau County Sheriff’s Office is now accepting applications for the communications officer position.
 
Applicants must be at least 18 years old at the time of employment, possess a high school diploma or equivalent, be a U.S. citizen, and not have any felony record or convictions for any crime involving moral turpitude.
 
Applicants will ideally have general computer knowledge, be able to deal well with the public professionally, and complete multiple tasks simultaneously.
 
The position works 12-hour shifts, including days and nights, with rotating days on and off, including holidays.
 
Primary duties include, but are not limited to:
  • Answering emergency (911) calls and non-emergency calls for service
  • Serving as the central answering point for the Sheriff’s Office
  • Logging calls for service and dispositions into our computer-aided dispatch programs
  • Dispatching a radio law enforcement officer, fire departments, and medical first responders to calls for service
  • Entering and maintaining warrants, orders of protection, and updating the sex offender registry.
Prior experience is not required.
 
Starting pay is $16.00 an hour. In addition, to pay, the position includes a standard county benefits package, including 12 paid holidays, two retirement programs, health, dental, and vision insurance, paid vacation time, and a $50.00 monthly uniform allowance.
 
Interested parties can pick up an application at the sheriff’s office at 216 N. Missouri St. Jackson, MO 63755 or complete one online or download one from our website www.capecountysheriff.org
 
For more information, please contact Lt. Zachary Dillard at 573-243-3551.

The Lewis County Sheriff’s Office is looking to hire a part-time cook.

The schedule would be every other weekend and one night a week with pay being $11.15 per hour.

If interested, please contact the office at 573-767-5287 or stop by to get an application.

Hiring Now In Cole County, Missouri: Patrol Officers and Detention Officers
 
Starting Salaries:
Post Certified Deputies $40,000 + Benefits
Detention Officers $35,000 + Benefits
+ up to $5200 in premium pay based on start date
 
Excellent Benefits Package includes:
  • Missouri’s Local Government Employees Retirement System (LAGERS)
  • County Employees Retirement Fund (CERF)
  • Fully-paid Employer Paid Health Insurance
  • Partially-paid Spouse and Dependent Paid Health Insurance
  • 13 Paid Holidays
  • Paid Vacation Time
  • Paid Sick Leave
  • Cell Phone Stipends for some
  • All Equipment needed is provided
  • Take home car is available to Patrol Deputies
  • In house gym
With 115 employees and four divisions (Administration, Patrol, Support Services and Detention) we offer opportunity for growth and advancement.
 
Cole County is a suburban-rural area of 398 square miles where Missouri’s State Capitol resides. Our 75,000 residents are extremely supportive of law enforcement which is helpful in making ours an excellent work environment.

Submit your resume to be considered for a position or for more information you can go to: https://colecounty.org/220/Sheriffs-Office

The Cole County Sheriff’s Department is an Equal Opportunity Employer Patrol

The Washington County Sheriff’s Office has an immediate opening for a Deputy Sheriff-Bailiff/Process Server.

Must be POST certified.

We offer paid health, vision and dental insurance for the employee, a retirement package, Monday-Friday, some weekends, paid bi-weekly, and more.

If you are interested in becoming a part of our team, apply at the Washington County Sheriff’s Office at 116 W. High Street Potosi, MO 63664 or online.

The Washington County Sheriff’s Office is an equal opportunity employer.

The Andrew County Sheriff’s Office is now accepting applications for the positions of Detention Officer – both Deputy and Civilian – as well as 911 dispatchers.
 
Benefits include:
$15.30 / hr.
Paid training
Uniforms and equipment provided (if required)
12 hour shifts with every other weekend off
Paid holidays
Paid vacation
Paid sick leave
Health insurance
Vision and dental insurance (optional)
2 retirement plans
 
Applications can be picked up at the Sheriff’s Office located at 400 E. Main Street, Savannah, Mo 64485.
The Iron County Sheriff’s Office has immediate openings for A Full-Time DEPUTY SHERIFF
 
  • Competitive salary
  • Paid health insurance for employee
  • Health savings plan
  • County employees retirement fund
  • LAGERS retirement
  • 12 hour rotating shifts with every other weekend off
  • Vacation and sick pay
  • Uniforms provided
 
If you have any questions please contact Detective Chris Barton cbarton@icsomo.org

The Morgan County Sheriff’s Office has several road deputy positions available. 

Starting Pay: $42,550.40

Benefits include paid health insurance, retirement, 14 paid holidays, 8 hours sick leave earned per month, and paid vacation.

Apply in person at 211 E. Newton, Versailles; email Rick Bias at rbias@morgancountymo.gov; or apply online.

Cooper County Sheriff’s Office is seeking to hire motivated staff members for Detention Officers and Court House Security Officers.

Pay is based on training and experience.
 
Apply at the office for an immediate interview or online.
 
Options for academy contracts.
Hiring Now In Cole County, Missouri: Patrol Officers and Detention Officers
 
Starting Salaries:
Post Certified Deputies $40,000 + Benefits
Detention Officers $35,000 + Benefits
+ up to $5200 in premium pay based on start date
 
Excellent Benefits Package includes:
Missouri’s Local Government Employees Retirement System (LAGERS)
County Employees Retirement Fund (CERF)
Fully-paid Employer Paid Health Insurance
Partially-paid Spouse and Dependant Paid Health Insurance
13 Paid Holidays
Paid Vacation Time
Paid Sick Leave
Cell Phone Stipends for some
All Equipment needed is provided
Take home car is available to Patrol Deputies
In house gym
 
With 115 employees and four divisions (Administration, Patrol, Support Services and Detention) we offer opportunity for growth and advancement.
 
Cole County is a suburban-rural area of 398 square miles where Missouri’s State Capitol resides. Our 75,000 residents are extremely supportive of law enforcement which is helpful in making ours an excellent work environment.
 

Submit your resume to be considered for a position or for more information you can go to: https://colecounty.org/220/Sheriffs-Office

 
The Cole County Sheriff’s Department is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
The Maries County Sheriff’s Office is taking applications for part time Dispatchers/Jailers.
 
The part-time shifts available are 7 days a week either: 7:00am-3:00pm or 3:00pm-11:00pm.
 
Starting pay is $15/hour.
 
Position requires a person who is at least 18 years of age, can pass a pre-employment drug test, random drug tests, pass a background check, possesses good interpersonal skills, and has a desire to serve their community with an agency that is more like a family than a job.
 
Pick up an application at the Sheriff’s Office in Vienna or email a resume to sjohn@mariescountymo.gov

The Newton County Sheriff’s Office is Hiring Corrections Officers

Starting Pay: $14.89 hourly pay rate.
Pay increase to $15.14 after successful 90-day probation period.

Full-time position, applicants with an active Missouri POST license can be commissioned after probationary period.

Health, Vision and Dental Insurance benefits available.

CERF Retirement Plan.

Uniforms and duty gear provided.

Job Duties/Responsibilities:

  • Monitors and directs group and individual behavior among the inmates to prevent, control and resolve inmate problems or conflicts.
  • Escorts and/or transports inmates to and from various activities within and outside the jail.
  • Assists with the inmate admission, classification and release processes.
  • Monitors and directs various inmate programs (e.g. recreation, visitation, etc.).
  • Provides and summons assistance and aid for inmates while maintaining the safety and security of the facility.
  • Dispenses authorized medications and administers first aid and CPR.
  • Delivers meals, mail, supplies, etc., to the inmates.
  • Maintains necessary financial records (e.g. cash accounts in inmate and canteen funds, bail, fines, etc.).
  • Collects, maintains, and completes necessary records and reports (e.g. criminal history, medical screening, medication delivery, inmate activity, inmate property, fingerprints, photographs, visitor logs, incident and discipline reports, etc.).
  • Searches and observes inmates, visitors, vendors, and others to ensure security.
  • Inspects all jail areas to ensure adherence to all jail policies and procedures (e.g. sanitation, security, etc.) and ensures that these aspects of the jail operation are maintained.
  • Acts as an unrestricted Deputy Sheriff in emergency situations such as riots, large scale civil disobedience, natural disasters and other situations as determined by the Sheriff.
  • Demonstrates punctual and reliable attendance in accordance with designated work schedule.
  • Complies with applicable safety rules, laws, and practices; uses proper safety equipment and procedures in all operations.
  • Performs other related duties and responsibilities as assigned.


Reports to:
Immediate Supervisor; Corrections Corporal; Corrections Sergeant; Corrections Division Lieutenant

Requirements for applicants:

  • Must be a U.S. Citizen
  • At least 18 years of age
  • Must possess a high school diploma or GED
  • Must meet vision, hearing and physical agility standards (WorkSTEPS®)
  • Must possess a valid Missouri driver’s license
  • Be able to pass a reference and background investigation, which may include a polygraph/voice stress exam
  • Able to work 12-hour shifts
  • Experience is preferred but not necessary to apply.


If you have previously applied for this position in the last 6 months, do not re-apply.
Applications will be accepted until this post is removed.

Any questions regarding this position may be forwarded to Corrections Lieutenant Mike Barnett – 417-451-8311

JAIL: Applications will be accepted by e-mail, in person, mail, or fax 417-451-8352

The Child Advocacy Center of Northeast Missouri is seeking a Prevention Education Specialist

Job Details:

Full-time
Wentzville, MO
 

Job Description

Prevention Education Specialist – 10 Month, Academic Year – Wentzville Position Description: The Prevention Education Specialist will deliver school and community-based presentations on various child abuse prevention topics for professionals who are mandated reporters, parents, and children of preschool through high school age.
 
In addition, the Prevention Education Specialist will attend community meetings and participate in community events to represent The Child Advocacy Center of Northeast Missouri when appropriate.
 
Primary Job Duties and Responsibilities
  • 1. Provide agency approved presentations for children ranging from Early Childhood thru High School on various topics of sexual abuse prevention.
  • 2. Provide agency approved presentations for parents on sexual abuse prevention.
  • 3. Provide mandated reporter trainings for professionals who work with children.
  • 4. Maintain contact with counselors or staff/administrators to schedule programs for assigned schools.
  • 5. Grade and import data collected from presentations.
  • 6. Maintain data and statistics for reporting purposes.
  • 7. Research and update to programs to ensure best practice.
  • 8. Attend community meetings, as needed.
  • 9. Serve as a representative of the agency.
  • 10. Other duties as assigned. Qualifications Minimum of a bachelor’s degree in education, criminal justice, social work, or human services field or 3-5 years of field experience.

Benefits include: 14 paid holidays, generous PTO, medical/vision/dental insurance, and more.

Reports to and supervised by: Prevention Education Program

Director Classification: Non exempt 10 month/academic year schedule

Schedule

Standard business schedule
 

Benefits

Medical insurance
Paid time off
Dental insurance
Vision insurance
 
 
The Child Advocacy Center of Northeast Missouri is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

LEWIS COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE IS HIRING

 

Starting Pay: $35,000 a Year – Negotiable If Prior Experience

Full Benefits Package Including Health Insurance, Retirement, Paid Overtime, Paid Holidays, Etc.

  • All Equipment Provided by County
  • Take Home Vehicle

For Inquiries Call 573-767-5287

 

The Carroll County Sheriff’s Office is hiring deputies.

We have immediate openings if you know someone that would be willing to relocate and start, or continue, their career in Carroll County.

Please spread the word.

Applications can be picked up at the office or apply online on our Facebook page.

POST License is required.

The Platte County Sheriff’s Office is currently accepting applications for full time Civilian Detention Officers.
 
Qualified candidates must
  • Be at least 18 years of age
  • Possess a high school diploma or GED
  • Successfully complete all phases of the employment process.
 
Initial Uniforms and Equipment provided. After 12 months, a $50/month uniform allowance is added to the salary for maintenance and upkeep.
 
If you are interested in receiving more information or would like to get started in the employment process, please click here.
 
For further information call the Platte County Sheriff’s Office at (816) 858-2424
 
The Platte County Sheriff’s Office an Equal Opportunity Employer. We consider applicants for all positions without regard to race, color, religion, creed, gender, national origin, age, disability, marital or veteran status, or other protected status.

SEMA has an opening for a Regional Coordinator in the St. Louis area.

SALARY: 58,452.47

The Missouri State Emergency Management Agency has responsibility for coordinating disaster response and recovery operations across Missouri – responding to everything from tornadoes and flooding to ice storms to the coronavirus pandemic. SEMA operates the State Emergency Operations Center and provides training and grants to strengthen Missouri’s resilience against natural disasters. 
SEMA’s mission is to help our fellow Missourians prepare for, respond to and recover from all emergencies. Each step will be guided by our core values of respect, integrity, trust, honesty and compassion.

Job Description:
•    Liaison between local officials (including Emergency Management Directors) and SEMA on all matters relating to emergency management. 
•    Work with the Statewide Volunteer Services Coordinator to integrate volunteer services responsibilities in local emergency management activities. 
•    Conduct four quarterly Regional Coordinator meetings/workshops annually to inform and train local officials in their duties and responsibilities. 
•    Assist local officials in the development or revision of all-hazard emergency operations plans.
•    Support the SEMA training program through participation in courses, seminars and workshops. Participate in state-level exercises.
•    Complete all required paperwork accurately and in a timely manner. Participate in scheduled conference calls and internal regional coordinator meetings.
•    Maintain communication with the Division Supervisor to keep him/her advised on regional activities and emergencies.
•    Other duties as assigned.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
•    Knowledge of the phases of emergency management and their relevance to public safety. 
•    Knowledge of the policies, regulations, guides, and precedents pertinent to the assigned emergency management phase(s). 
•    Knowledge of the National Incident Management System (NIMS) and Homeland Security Exercise and Evaluation Program (HSEEP). 
•    Skill in managing and resolving conflict in high intensity situations.  
•    Ability to gather, correlate, summarize, interpret, and report a variety of technical information and data. Ability to analyze implications, identify trends, and apply conclusions to complex problems. 
•    Ability to operate a motor vehicle and maintain a valid vehicle operator’s license. 
•    Ability to work nights, weekends, holidays and overtime as required.  
•    Ability to comprehend, interpret, communicate, and apply regulations, procedures, and related emergency management information.  
•    Knowledge of the different types of private, volunteer, and governmental emergency response and recovery programs and their purpose. 

Qualifications:
Bachelor’s degree and 2-4 years of relevant experience. (Substitutions may be allowed.)

Job Location:  This position will be located at Region C (UASI) includes St. Charles, St. Louis, Franklin, St. Louis City and Jefferson counties.

If you have questions about this position please contact:
DPS.Hires@dps.mo.gov

The State of Missouri is an equal opportunity employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees.

For details and how to apply click here.

 
Cole County Sheriff’s Office is Hiring  Patrol Officers and Detention Officers
 
Starting Salaries:
Post Certified Deputies $40,000 + Benefits
Detention Officers $35,000 + Benefits
+ up to $5200 in premium pay based on start date
 
Excellent Benefits Package includes:
Missouri’s Local Government Employees Retirement System (LAGERS)
County Employees Retirement Fund (CERF)
Fully-paid Employer Paid Health Insurance
Partially-paid Spouse and Dependant Paid Health Insurance
13 Paid Holidays
Paid Vacation Time
Paid Sick Leave
Cell Phone Stipends for some
All Equipment needed is provided
Take home car is available to Patrol Deputies
In house gym
 
With 115 employees and four divisions (Administration, Patrol, Support Services and Detention) we offer opportunity for growth and advancement.
 
Cole County is a suburban-rural area of 398 square miles where Missouri’s State Capitol resides. Our 75,000 residents are extremely supportive of law enforcement which is helpful in making ours an excellent work environment.
 
Submit your resume to be considered for a position or for more information you can go to: https://colecounty.org/220/Sheriffs-Office
 
The Cole County Sheriff’s Department is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Newton County Sheriff’s Office has an opening for a patrol deputy.

Starting pay: $18.97/hour
Pay increase after successful 90-day probation period.
Full-time position, commissioned.
Health, Vision and Dental Insurance benefits available. CERF Retirement Plan.
​Uniforms, equipment, duty gear, POST continuing education and patrol vehicle are provided*.

Responsibilities:
Maintain law and order and serve legal process of the courts by performing duties, including but not limited to; processing citizen complaints, documenting and writing reports on law violations, transporting prisoners, service of civil process, and overall general law enforcement in the county.

Requirements for applicants:

  • Be at least 21 years of age
  • Must be a U.S. Citizen and reside in the State of Missouri
  • Must possess high school diploma or GED
  • Must possess current Missouri P.O.S.T. certification or equivalent from another state
  • Must be able to work rotating 12-hour shifts
  • Must meet vision, hearing and physical agility standards (WorkSTEPS®)
  • Must possess a valid Missouri driver’s license
  • Be able to pass a reference and background investigation, which may include a polygraph/voice stress exam
  • Be able to relocate within Newton County in a reasonable amount of time, as determined by the Sheriff
  • All probationary deputies must successfully pass NCSO field training program

*residency requirement for take home patrol vehicle

Reports to:
Shift Sergeant; Patrol Division Lieutenant

Two years of prior law enforcement experience is preferred but not necessary to apply.

Applications will be accepted until this posting is removed.
Any questions regarding this position may be forwarded to Patrol Lieutenant Trevor Williams – 417-451-8300

PATROL: Applications will be accepted by e-mail, in person, mail, or fax 417-451-8352

CAREER OPPORTUNITY
MISSOURI DIVISION OF ALCOHOL AND TOBACCO CONTROL

Title:

Agent

Location:

Jefferson City District Office
1738 E. Elm St. – Lower Level Jefferson City, MO 65101
$46,423.68 Annual Salary

DESCRIPTION:
A vacancy currently exists within the Division of Alcohol and Tobacco Control. The position works from the Jefferson City District Office and will be assigned a designated territory within the boundaries of District 2 (see
https://atc.dps.mo.gov/about/contact_us.html). Agents of the Division are responsible for enforcing all Missouri statutes and regulations relating to the manufacture, distribution and sale of alcoholic beverages as set out in Chapter 311, RSMo.

BENEFITS
Agents are provided a state vehicle for work-related travel, and scheduling allows for some flexibility when not assigned to the district office. The State of Missouri also offers a comprehensive benefits package, which can be reviewed here, https://oa.mo.gov/state-employees-new#mini-panel-state-employees-tabs2. Annual grant programs also provide Agents an opportunity to earn overtime pay.

EXAMPLES OF WORK PERFORMED:
Business hours for the district office are 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday; however, an Agent’s hours will routinely vary, and will generally consist of approximately 40% office work and 60% field work, with fluctuations based on seasonal demand and staffing. Each district is responsible for conducting weekly enforcement activities which may consist of late nights, extended hours, weekend work, and possible overnight stays.

Office/administrative duties include, but are not limited to: serving as the primary point of contact for liquor license applicants, licensees, city/county clerks and local law enforcement agencies within a designated territory, and to review liquor license applications for completeness and eligibility.

Field work includes, but is not limited to: conducting retailer education training programs, completing routine inspections and site visits, investigating citizen complaints/surveillance, conducting joint enforcement activities with local law enforcement agencies, and conducting self-initiated and supervisor-directed enforcement activities primarily consisting of plainclothes operations.

QUALIFICATIONS:
To qualify for the position, the applicant must:

 Be a United States citizen and taxpaying resident of Missouri at time of hire;
 Possess a valid Missouri driver license;
 Be proficient in the English language;
 Possess a high school diploma or an equivalent certificate;
 Possess a Class A Missouri POST license at the time of appointment;
 Possess ordinary physical strength;
 Have a minimum of two (2) years law enforcement experience;
o College coursework in criminal justice or a closely related field or military police service may be substituted on a year-for-year basis.
 Reside within 60 miles of the office or relocate within six months; and,
 Be able to pass a job-related assessment exam, oral interview, criminal record check and background investigation, drug screening, polygraph, and psychological evaluation.

APPLICATION PROCEDURE:
Individuals who wish to be considered for this position must complete a State of Missouri Application on the MO Careers website. Completed applications, with any supplemental documents such as a cover letter, resume, college/university transcript(s), etc., must be completed and submitted by Tuesday, March 22, 2022, at 11:59 P.M., Central Standard Time. The MO Careers website can be accessed via
https://mocareers.mo.gov/hiretrue/mo/mocareers/index.html.

ASSESSMENT TESTING AND INTERVIEWS:
Computerized assessment tests will be conducted at the Jefferson City district office. Candidates meeting the minimum qualifications will be contacted for scheduling purposes.
Interviews will be scheduled at a later determined date.

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY STATEMENT:
The Division of Alcohol and Tobacco Control is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will be considered for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability status, or any other non-merit factor.

The City of Bourbon, Missouri is accepting applications for the position of Police Officer. All applicants must be a U.S. citizen, must be 21 years of age, a graduate of high school or possess a G.E.D equivalent, possess a valid Missouri Driver’s license and be Missouri P.O.S.T. Certified. 

Starting salary for this position will be $18.25 per hour, 13 paid holidays Shift Differential, Grant Time Pay, Paid Overtime.

Work schedule:

12 hour shifts, rotate every 2 months between days and nights , off every other Friday, Saturday, and Sunday

Benefits:

  • Health and dental insurance, and vision 100% paid for by the city
  • Lagers 100% paid for by the city
  • 75% paid health insurance for spouse.

Applications can be picked up at the Bourbon Police Department, 355 E. Pine St. Bourbon Mo 65441. For questions or to request an application call 573-732-4838/573-732-5550. Applications will be accepted until Position is filled. The City of Bourbon is an equal opportunity employer.

 

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Postmortem CT Scans: Can They Effectively Replace Full Autopsies?

Study examines the impact of CT scans on workflow and tallies the cost savings of postmortem CT in lieu of full autopsy from the National Institute of Justice.

There are about 500 practicing forensic pathologists in the United States — only about half the actual number that is needed.[1] That shortage, coupled with a significant increase in drug intoxication, homicide, and motor vehicle deaths in 2019 and 2020, has caused a serious strain on medical investigation offices.[2] Methods that can streamline postmortem examinations without compromising accuracy can help meet that demand, potentially at reduced cost.

One such method is postmortem computed tomography (or CT) scanning. Postmortem CT scans can be used in advance of a physical examination to decide whether to perform a full autopsy, partial autopsy, or other testing. They are routinely employed in Europe, Australia, and Japan, but their use in the United States is limited.[3]

NIJ-funded researchers from the New Mexico Office of the Medical Investigator sought to investigate the cost-effectiveness of postmortem CT scans compared to traditional postmortem exams. The forensic pathologists had observed that, although the total number of cases they were receiving was increasing, the number of full autopsies they were performing was decreasing (presumably due to their use of postmortem CT). They wanted to quantify just how much the technology had increased their efficiency, decreased their need for full autopsy, and affected their budgetary needs.

The researchers from that office sought to investigate:

  • The impact of postmortem CT scans on workflow, costs, and staffing as compared to traditional postmortem examinations.
  • The effectiveness of integrating postmortem CT scans into routine investigation.

Case Management and Workflow Positively Impacted by Postmortem CT Scanning

Postmortem CT Scan Assessments.

The researchers created a 15-question postmortem assessment questionnaire that was completed by case forensic pathologists at the New Mexico Office of the Medical Investigator. Researchers collected data for 2,037 consecutive cases over a nine-month period, 94% of which used postmortem CT scans. They observed that postmortem CT scans had a significant effect on case management, impacting:

  • The choice of exam type (full autopsy, partial autopsy, or external examination only) in 31% of the cases.
  • The final determination of cause and manner of death in 20% of cases.
  • The determination of a significant finding that would not have been seen at autopsy in 2.6% of the cases.
  • The number of full autopsies needed: the number of full autopsies decreased, reducing the need to hire two additional forensic pathologists.

Over the course of five years (2013-2018), the New Mexico Office of the Medical Investigator has been able to decrease the number of full autopsies by 10%, even as the total number of cases arriving in their office rose by more than 15%. This is largely because postmortem CT nearly doubled the proportion of cases that were investigated by external examination rather than full autopsy.

Integrating Postmortem CT into Routine Investigation

Researchers retrospectively audited 10% (200) of the cases from their questionnaire phase to determine whether findings visible to a radiologist on CT scans were identified and incorporated into the death investigation report by a forensic pathologist. The researchers found:

  • Thirteen errors (6.5% of cases); in all cases where errors were identified, the manner of death was certified as either accident or natural.
  • Ninety-five percent of cases had minor findings that were not previously noted.
  • In none of the 200 cases reviewed did a postmortem CT finding that was missed definitively change the manner of death.

Significant Cost Savings for High Volume Offices

The researchers found that postmortem CT provided them significant cost savings because they are a high-volume office that already has the equipment available for time-saving CT scan use. But for a smaller medical examiner or coroner office, they predicted that the use of postmortem CT scans could at least be cost neutral. Should forensic pathologists become even more scarce, then their salaries might increase faster than the cost of using postmortem CT, likely making postmortem CT even more cost effective.

By disseminating the research results to other medical examiner and coroner offices nationwide, the researchers hope to help medical investigators make informed decisions about the use of postmortem CT in their practices.

About This Article

The work described in this article was supported by NIJ award number NIJ 2016-DN-BX-K002, awarded to University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center.

This article is based on the grantee report “Evaluation of the Routine Use of CT Scanning to Supplant or Supplement Autopsy in a High-Volume Medical Examiner’s Office” (pdf, 16 pages), by Natalie L. Adolphi, Ph.D.

[note 1] Emilie Le Beau Lucchesi, “Shortage of Forensic Pathologists, Coupled with COVID-19, Has Caused Major Delays in Cases,” ABA Journal. February 1, 2022.

[note 2] David Leonhardt, “Vehicle Crashes, Surging,” The New York Times, February 15, 2022.

[note 3] Debra Abrams Kaplan, “Imaging the Deceased: Post-mortem Radiology,” Diagnostic Imaging, March 3, 2016.

  The Osage County Sheriff’s Office is currently accepting applications for Sheriff’s Deputies.

The Sheriff’s Office offers competitive pay and opportunities of advancement through promotion. Salaries start at $40,000 per year. Apply online at www.osagesheriff.org or call 573-897-3927 to inquire.

Qualifications:·

  • High school diploma or equivalent.·
  • Must be 21 years of age or older.·
  • Must possess a valid Missouri operator’s license at time of appointment.·
  • Must possess a valid class A or B Missouri Peace Officer License or current enrollment in a police academy.·
  • Must pass a pre-employment drug screen prior to appointment.·

Applicants must be able to meet the physical demands of law enforcement activities which include, but not limited to, the ability to make forcible arrests and operate law enforcement equipment.·

Applicant must meet minimum qualifications set forth by the FBI and MSHP CJIS Security policy.

Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

*Osage County and its Sheriff’s Office have adopted a strong policy in regards to hiring, conditions of employments, and promotions not to discriminate in any way in regard to gender, race, color, national or ethnic origin, ancestry, religious beliefs, handicap or disability, sexual orientation, gender identity/expression, marital or parental status, military or veteran status, political affiliation or age.

Osage County is an Affirmative Action Employer.

 

 

The Vernon County Sheriff’s Office is now taking applications for:

Jail Administrator: $42,806.40

The position of jail administrator is responsible for the day to day operations of the jail including, scheduling, record keeping, approving incident reports, and advising the Sheriff on policy and procedures, contracts as well as coordinating with the inmate transportation unit. This position is a management position that requires some “hands-on” work in the jail when employees are on vacation or out for training.

Post Certification is preferred, or the ability to complete Police Academy within 24 months.

Full Benefits package included along with take home vehicle, gym membership, and cell phone.

To Apply: Applicants can send resume and cover letter to 2040 E Hunter in Nevada, attention Dianna Boultinghouse, by email at dmaus@vernoncosherriff.org OR visit www.vernoncosheriff.org to submit your resume.

THE CITY OF CASPER, WYOMING
invites applications for the position of Police Officer

SALARY: $27.03 – $34.55 Hourly
$4,685.20 – $5,988.67 Monthly
$56,222.40 – $71,864.00 Annually

OPENING DATE:
03/24/22
CLOSING DATE:
05/16/22 12:00 AM

CLASS SUMMARY:

Next Testing Period – May 23rd
(location and times to be announced)
Apply directly through our website at: https://casperwy.gov/

Applicants are responsible for reviewing the testing information to get details on the testing dates,
locations, and requirements. All communication about the testing process will be through the email
address each applicant provides on his/her application.

Incumbents are responsible for responding to calls for service and enforcing local, State, and
Federal statutes.

REPORTING STRUCTURE:
Receives general supervision from assigned Police Sergeant or higher-level supervisory and
management staff.
This position is driving essential (see driving requirements).

Potential for sign-on bonus:
Lateral Police Officer program pay depending on police experience
Wyoming lateral Police Officers who meet certain criteria $12,500 sign-on bonus
Out of state lateral Police Officers who meet certain criteria $7,500 sign-on bonus
Previous Wyoming Police Officers decertified through absence $5,000 sign-on bonus
Entry-level Police Officers one-time sign-on bonus of $3,000

Total Compensation
Employee Benefits

Learn more about our community:
https://www.visitcasper.com/
https://casperwyoming.org/
https://choosecpr.com/

TYPICAL CLASS ESSENTIAL DUTIES:
1. Patrols assigned area and responds to routine and complex emergency situations; assesses
nature of situation and scene; and mediates disputes.
2. Explains and enforces applicable Federal, State, and local laws and ordinances.
3. Conducts preliminary investigations on all crimes/accidents, incidents, and any other criminal
law violations.
4. Interviews witnesses, victims, suspects, and arrested persons to obtain pertinent information
concerning accidents/crimes; and conducts searches.
5. Makes arrests or takes persons into custody by carrying out duties in conjunction with Federal,
State, and local laws and ordinances
6. Enforces traffic laws; patrols or conducts stationary observation of traffic; utilizes radar to
detect speed violations; stops suspicious vehicles for investigation; investigates accidents; issues
warnings, citations, and arrests for violations; uses standard field sobriety tests to determine
impairment.
7. Prepares accurate and timely reports including accident, arrest, and various administrative
reports.
8. Gathers and preserves physical evidence.
9. Testifies in courtroom proceedings.
10. Represents the City of Casper by responding to the public, citizens, its employees, and
others in a prompt, professional, and courteous manner while continuously maintaining a positive
customer service demeanor.
11. Performs other duties of a similar nature or level.

Knowledge (position requirements at entry):
Knowledge of:
• Customer service principles.
• Proper English, including spelling, punctuation, and grammar.
• Modern office equipment and practices.
Abilities (position requirements at entry):
Ability to:
• Work a variety of shifts including weekends, nights, and holidays; subject to be on call as
needed (must respond within 20 minutes).
• Learn local geography including street names, numbering systems, directional orientation, and
major landmarks.
• Provide customer service.
• Act quickly and calmly in emergencies and stressful situations.
• Maintain proper use of vehicles, equipment, and apparatus including the use and care of
firearms.
• Routinely demonstrate the City of Casper core values.
• Follow all City safety rules and procedures and immediately report all accidents/incidents or
unsafe conditions to a supervisor.
• Prepare and maintain accurate records and reports.
• Maintain confidentiality.
• Analyze situations quickly and objectively and determine and take appropriate action.
• Learn standard broadcasting procedures of a police radio system.
• Comply with all training requirements.
• Prepare accurate and grammatically correct written reports.
• Learn and apply modern police practices and methods.
• Learn and apply department procedures, rules and regulations.
• Learn and apply applicable Federal and State laws, city ordinances, judicial rulings, and laws of
arrest.
• Learn safety practices and procedures.
• Learn and apply recordkeeping principles.
• Learn to drive an emergency vehicle under hazardous and/or emergency conditions.
• Learn court and evidence procedures.
• Operate modern office equipment including body cameras, in-car video system, and specialized
software systems.
• Learn and apply appropriate offensive and defensive weapons nomenclature and theory.
• Utilize self-defense tactics.
• Maintain a neat and professional appearance.
• Communicate effectively verbally and in writing.
• Follow written and verbal instructions and direction.
• Establish and maintain effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of
work.

Skills (position requirements at entry):
Skill in:
• Communicating in a courteous, knowledgeable, and tactful manner with staff and the general
public.
• Customer service.
• Oral and written communication, sufficient to exchange or convey effective information and to
receive work direction.
• Operating modern office equipment, including computer software and operating
systems/applications.

TRAINING, EXPERIENCE & CERTIFICATIONS:
EDUCATION and EXPERIENCE:
• High school diploma or equivalent (G.E.D.) required.
• 21 years of age at the time of graduation from the Wyoming Law Enforcement Academy.

LICENSING and CERTIFICATIONS:
• Possession of, or ability to obtain, a valid Wyoming Driver’s License within six (6) months of
hire.
• Possession of, or ability to obtain, a Wyoming Peace Officer Standards & Training (POST)
Certification, within twelve (12) months of hire.
• Must be legally qualified to possess and purchase a firearm.

SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION & PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:
The above job description is intended to represent only the key areas of responsibilities; specific
position assignments will vary depending on the business needs of the department.

Women, minorities, and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

Employment subject to extensive background investigation, including polygraph and psychological
examination. The successful candidate must pass a pre-employment drug screen test.

As a condition of employment, the successful candidate must utilize direct deposit for payroll
purposes.

Driving records are required for all new employees regardless of the position’s driving
requirements. If the employee has not held a Wyoming driver’s license for the last three years, the
employee must provide at their own initiation and expense a driving record from their previous
state(s) of residence.

Physical and Environmental Conditions: City of Casper employees that perform safety
sensitive tasks are subject to pre-employment and/or random drug testing. These tasks include,
but may not be limited to:
• Emergency response/rescue
• Handling or working with hazardous materials, including chemicals as well as solid and liquid
waste
• Operating or maintaining water and wastewater systems
• Maintaining City computer and data systems including networks, servers, communication
systems, etc.
• Driving for the City of Casper, whether essential or non-essential
• Operating power-driven machinery or equipment
• Handling confidential information, including personnel, health, financial, or attorney-client
information
• Working with or around children

Positions in this class typically require: balancing, stooping, climbing, scaling, crouching, reaching,
standing, walking, running, lifting, grasping, feeling, talking, hearing, seeing, and repetitive motions.
Medium Work: Exerting up to 50 pounds of force occasionally, and/or up to 20 pounds of force
frequently, and/or up-to 10 pounds of force constantly to lift, carry, push, and pull or otherwise
move objects, including the human body.

Incumbents may be subjected to loud noises, light disturbance, workspace restrictions, dusts,
odors, fumes, and chemicals. Incumbents may be subject to perform duties either indoors or
outdoors and on uneven terrain, which may include extreme climate/weather conditions.
Incumbents may be subjected to exposure and risk in working with hostile, resistant, and unstable
persons. The nature of duties involves constant mental and visual attention, and potential personal
danger. Incumbents in this position will be in situations where they may experience
critical/traumatic events and need to have the ability to quickly move between work spaces and/or
facilities.

Driving Requirements: For driving essential positions, employment with the City of Casper is
contingent upon a satisfactory driving record. A driving record that reflects any of the following
criteria is considered unsatisfactory:

1) Convicted of three (3) or more moving violations within the previous 36 months (three separate, individual incidents);

2) A conviction within the previous 36 months of any of the following:

  • Driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol;
  • Leaving the scene of an accident;
  • Fleeing to avoid arrest;
  • Reckless Driving;
  • Homicide or assault by motor vehicle;
  • Driving without auto insurance;
  • Driving on a suspended license;
  • Refusal to take blood/breathalyzer test for suspected DUI or impaired driving.

If you have questions regarding the background screen, pre-employment drug test or driving
record, please contact the Human Resources Office at (307)235-8344 prior to accepting a job offer.

APPLICATIONS MAY BE FILED ONLINE AT:
http://www.casperwy.gov
200 N. David – Human Resources
Suite 107
Casper, WY 82601
(307)235-8344
(307)235-8421
hrood@casperwy.gov
Position #1132-07 POLICE OFFICER

The Schuyler County Sheriff’s Office has an immediate opening for A Full-Time DEPUTY SHERIFF
  • Starting salary up to $33200.00 per year
  • $30 per month cell phone allowance
  • Take home vehicle 
  • County employees retirement fund(CERF)
  • Small County working environment
  • 12 hour shifts with every other weekend off (Friday,Saturday and Sunday)
  • Vacation and sick pay
  • Uniforms and equipment provided
  • Must be POST certified. If you are not POST certified, contact us for possible sponsorship through the academy.
  • The Schuyler County Sheriff’s Office an Equal Opportunity Employer
Please apply in person at 110 W Washington St in Lancaster Missouri. You may contact the Sheriff at 660-956-9493 or by email at schuylersheriff969@gmail.com for more information. 
 
The Cape Girardeau County Sheriff’s Office is now accepting applications for the communications officer position.
 
Applicants must be at least 18 years old at the time of employment, possess a high school diploma or equivalent, be a U.S. citizen, and not have any felony record or convictions for any crime involving moral turpitude.
 
Applicants will ideally have general computer knowledge, be able to deal well with the public professionally, and complete multiple tasks simultaneously.
 
The position works 12-hour shifts, including days and nights, with rotating days on and off, including holidays.
 
Primary duties include, but are not limited to:
  • Answering emergency (911) calls and non-emergency calls for service
  • Serving as the central answering point for the Sheriff’s Office
  • Logging calls for service and dispositions into our computer-aided dispatch programs
  • Dispatching a radio law enforcement officer, fire departments, and medical first responders to calls for service
  • Entering and maintaining warrants, orders of protection, and updating the sex offender registry.
Prior experience is not required.
 
Starting pay is $16.00 an hour. In addition, to pay, the position includes a standard county benefits package, including 12 paid holidays, two retirement programs, health, dental, and vision insurance, paid vacation time, and a $50.00 monthly uniform allowance.
 
Interested parties can pick up an application at the sheriff’s office at 216 N. Missouri St. Jackson, MO 63755 or complete one online or download one from our website www.capecountysheriff.org
 
For more information, please contact Lt. Zachary Dillard at 573-243-3551.

The Lewis County Sheriff’s Office is looking to hire a part-time cook.

The schedule would be every other weekend and one night a week with pay being $11.15 per hour.

If interested, please contact the office at 573-767-5287 or stop by to get an application.

Hiring Now In Cole County, Missouri: Patrol Officers and Detention Officers
 
Starting Salaries:
Post Certified Deputies $40,000 + Benefits
Detention Officers $35,000 + Benefits
+ up to $5200 in premium pay based on start date
 
Excellent Benefits Package includes:
  • Missouri’s Local Government Employees Retirement System (LAGERS)
  • County Employees Retirement Fund (CERF)
  • Fully-paid Employer Paid Health Insurance
  • Partially-paid Spouse and Dependent Paid Health Insurance
  • 13 Paid Holidays
  • Paid Vacation Time
  • Paid Sick Leave
  • Cell Phone Stipends for some
  • All Equipment needed is provided
  • Take home car is available to Patrol Deputies
  • In house gym
With 115 employees and four divisions (Administration, Patrol, Support Services and Detention) we offer opportunity for growth and advancement.
 
Cole County is a suburban-rural area of 398 square miles where Missouri’s State Capitol resides. Our 75,000 residents are extremely supportive of law enforcement which is helpful in making ours an excellent work environment.

Submit your resume to be considered for a position or for more information you can go to: https://colecounty.org/220/Sheriffs-Office

The Cole County Sheriff’s Department is an Equal Opportunity Employer Patrol

The Washington County Sheriff’s Office has an immediate opening for a Deputy Sheriff-Bailiff/Process Server.

Must be POST certified.

We offer paid health, vision and dental insurance for the employee, a retirement package, Monday-Friday, some weekends, paid bi-weekly, and more.

If you are interested in becoming a part of our team, apply at the Washington County Sheriff’s Office at 116 W. High Street Potosi, MO 63664 or online.

The Washington County Sheriff’s Office is an equal opportunity employer.

The Andrew County Sheriff’s Office is now accepting applications for the positions of Detention Officer – both Deputy and Civilian – as well as 911 dispatchers.
 
Benefits include:
$15.30 / hr.
Paid training
Uniforms and equipment provided (if required)
12 hour shifts with every other weekend off
Paid holidays
Paid vacation
Paid sick leave
Health insurance
Vision and dental insurance (optional)
2 retirement plans
 
Applications can be picked up at the Sheriff’s Office located at 400 E. Main Street, Savannah, Mo 64485.
The Iron County Sheriff’s Office has immediate openings for A Full-Time DEPUTY SHERIFF
 
  • Competitive salary
  • Paid health insurance for employee
  • Health savings plan
  • County employees retirement fund
  • LAGERS retirement
  • 12 hour rotating shifts with every other weekend off
  • Vacation and sick pay
  • Uniforms provided
 
If you have any questions please contact Detective Chris Barton cbarton@icsomo.org

The Morgan County Sheriff’s Office has several road deputy positions available. 

Starting Pay: $42,550.40

Benefits include paid health insurance, retirement, 14 paid holidays, 8 hours sick leave earned per month, and paid vacation.

Apply in person at 211 E. Newton, Versailles; email Rick Bias at rbias@morgancountymo.gov; or apply online.

Cooper County Sheriff’s Office is seeking to hire motivated staff members for Detention Officers and Court House Security Officers.

Pay is based on training and experience.
 
Apply at the office for an immediate interview or online.
 
Options for academy contracts.
Hiring Now In Cole County, Missouri: Patrol Officers and Detention Officers
 
Starting Salaries:
Post Certified Deputies $40,000 + Benefits
Detention Officers $35,000 + Benefits
+ up to $5200 in premium pay based on start date
 
Excellent Benefits Package includes:
Missouri’s Local Government Employees Retirement System (LAGERS)
County Employees Retirement Fund (CERF)
Fully-paid Employer Paid Health Insurance
Partially-paid Spouse and Dependant Paid Health Insurance
13 Paid Holidays
Paid Vacation Time
Paid Sick Leave
Cell Phone Stipends for some
All Equipment needed is provided
Take home car is available to Patrol Deputies
In house gym
 
With 115 employees and four divisions (Administration, Patrol, Support Services and Detention) we offer opportunity for growth and advancement.
 
Cole County is a suburban-rural area of 398 square miles where Missouri’s State Capitol resides. Our 75,000 residents are extremely supportive of law enforcement which is helpful in making ours an excellent work environment.
 

Submit your resume to be considered for a position or for more information you can go to: https://colecounty.org/220/Sheriffs-Office

 
The Cole County Sheriff’s Department is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
The Maries County Sheriff’s Office is taking applications for part time Dispatchers/Jailers.
 
The part-time shifts available are 7 days a week either: 7:00am-3:00pm or 3:00pm-11:00pm.
 
Starting pay is $15/hour.
 
Position requires a person who is at least 18 years of age, can pass a pre-employment drug test, random drug tests, pass a background check, possesses good interpersonal skills, and has a desire to serve their community with an agency that is more like a family than a job.
 
Pick up an application at the Sheriff’s Office in Vienna or email a resume to sjohn@mariescountymo.gov

The Newton County Sheriff’s Office is Hiring Corrections Officers

Starting Pay: $14.89 hourly pay rate.
Pay increase to $15.14 after successful 90-day probation period.

Full-time position, applicants with an active Missouri POST license can be commissioned after probationary period.

Health, Vision and Dental Insurance benefits available.

CERF Retirement Plan.

Uniforms and duty gear provided.

Job Duties/Responsibilities:

  • Monitors and directs group and individual behavior among the inmates to prevent, control and resolve inmate problems or conflicts.
  • Escorts and/or transports inmates to and from various activities within and outside the jail.
  • Assists with the inmate admission, classification and release processes.
  • Monitors and directs various inmate programs (e.g. recreation, visitation, etc.).
  • Provides and summons assistance and aid for inmates while maintaining the safety and security of the facility.
  • Dispenses authorized medications and administers first aid and CPR.
  • Delivers meals, mail, supplies, etc., to the inmates.
  • Maintains necessary financial records (e.g. cash accounts in inmate and canteen funds, bail, fines, etc.).
  • Collects, maintains, and completes necessary records and reports (e.g. criminal history, medical screening, medication delivery, inmate activity, inmate property, fingerprints, photographs, visitor logs, incident and discipline reports, etc.).
  • Searches and observes inmates, visitors, vendors, and others to ensure security.
  • Inspects all jail areas to ensure adherence to all jail policies and procedures (e.g. sanitation, security, etc.) and ensures that these aspects of the jail operation are maintained.
  • Acts as an unrestricted Deputy Sheriff in emergency situations such as riots, large scale civil disobedience, natural disasters and other situations as determined by the Sheriff.
  • Demonstrates punctual and reliable attendance in accordance with designated work schedule.
  • Complies with applicable safety rules, laws, and practices; uses proper safety equipment and procedures in all operations.
  • Performs other related duties and responsibilities as assigned.


Reports to:
Immediate Supervisor; Corrections Corporal; Corrections Sergeant; Corrections Division Lieutenant

Requirements for applicants:

  • Must be a U.S. Citizen
  • At least 18 years of age
  • Must possess a high school diploma or GED
  • Must meet vision, hearing and physical agility standards (WorkSTEPS®)
  • Must possess a valid Missouri driver’s license
  • Be able to pass a reference and background investigation, which may include a polygraph/voice stress exam
  • Able to work 12-hour shifts
  • Experience is preferred but not necessary to apply.


If you have previously applied for this position in the last 6 months, do not re-apply.
Applications will be accepted until this post is removed.

Any questions regarding this position may be forwarded to Corrections Lieutenant Mike Barnett – 417-451-8311

JAIL: Applications will be accepted by e-mail, in person, mail, or fax 417-451-8352

The Child Advocacy Center of Northeast Missouri is seeking a Prevention Education Specialist

Job Details:

Full-time
Wentzville, MO
 

Job Description

Prevention Education Specialist – 10 Month, Academic Year – Wentzville Position Description: The Prevention Education Specialist will deliver school and community-based presentations on various child abuse prevention topics for professionals who are mandated reporters, parents, and children of preschool through high school age.
 
In addition, the Prevention Education Specialist will attend community meetings and participate in community events to represent The Child Advocacy Center of Northeast Missouri when appropriate.
 
Primary Job Duties and Responsibilities
  • 1. Provide agency approved presentations for children ranging from Early Childhood thru High School on various topics of sexual abuse prevention.
  • 2. Provide agency approved presentations for parents on sexual abuse prevention.
  • 3. Provide mandated reporter trainings for professionals who work with children.
  • 4. Maintain contact with counselors or staff/administrators to schedule programs for assigned schools.
  • 5. Grade and import data collected from presentations.
  • 6. Maintain data and statistics for reporting purposes.
  • 7. Research and update to programs to ensure best practice.
  • 8. Attend community meetings, as needed.
  • 9. Serve as a representative of the agency.
  • 10. Other duties as assigned. Qualifications Minimum of a bachelor’s degree in education, criminal justice, social work, or human services field or 3-5 years of field experience.

Benefits include: 14 paid holidays, generous PTO, medical/vision/dental insurance, and more.

Reports to and supervised by: Prevention Education Program

Director Classification: Non exempt 10 month/academic year schedule

Schedule

Standard business schedule
 

Benefits

Medical insurance
Paid time off
Dental insurance
Vision insurance
 
 
The Child Advocacy Center of Northeast Missouri is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

LEWIS COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE IS HIRING

 

Starting Pay: $35,000 a Year – Negotiable If Prior Experience

Full Benefits Package Including Health Insurance, Retirement, Paid Overtime, Paid Holidays, Etc.

  • All Equipment Provided by County
  • Take Home Vehicle

For Inquiries Call 573-767-5287

 

The Carroll County Sheriff’s Office is hiring deputies.

We have immediate openings if you know someone that would be willing to relocate and start, or continue, their career in Carroll County.

Please spread the word.

Applications can be picked up at the office or apply online on our Facebook page.

POST License is required.

The Platte County Sheriff’s Office is currently accepting applications for full time Civilian Detention Officers.
 
Qualified candidates must
  • Be at least 18 years of age
  • Possess a high school diploma or GED
  • Successfully complete all phases of the employment process.
 
Initial Uniforms and Equipment provided. After 12 months, a $50/month uniform allowance is added to the salary for maintenance and upkeep.
 
If you are interested in receiving more information or would like to get started in the employment process, please click here.
 
For further information call the Platte County Sheriff’s Office at (816) 858-2424
 
The Platte County Sheriff’s Office an Equal Opportunity Employer. We consider applicants for all positions without regard to race, color, religion, creed, gender, national origin, age, disability, marital or veteran status, or other protected status.

SEMA has an opening for a Regional Coordinator in the St. Louis area.

SALARY: 58,452.47

The Missouri State Emergency Management Agency has responsibility for coordinating disaster response and recovery operations across Missouri – responding to everything from tornadoes and flooding to ice storms to the coronavirus pandemic. SEMA operates the State Emergency Operations Center and provides training and grants to strengthen Missouri’s resilience against natural disasters. 
SEMA’s mission is to help our fellow Missourians prepare for, respond to and recover from all emergencies. Each step will be guided by our core values of respect, integrity, trust, honesty and compassion.

Job Description:
•    Liaison between local officials (including Emergency Management Directors) and SEMA on all matters relating to emergency management. 
•    Work with the Statewide Volunteer Services Coordinator to integrate volunteer services responsibilities in local emergency management activities. 
•    Conduct four quarterly Regional Coordinator meetings/workshops annually to inform and train local officials in their duties and responsibilities. 
•    Assist local officials in the development or revision of all-hazard emergency operations plans.
•    Support the SEMA training program through participation in courses, seminars and workshops. Participate in state-level exercises.
•    Complete all required paperwork accurately and in a timely manner. Participate in scheduled conference calls and internal regional coordinator meetings.
•    Maintain communication with the Division Supervisor to keep him/her advised on regional activities and emergencies.
•    Other duties as assigned.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
•    Knowledge of the phases of emergency management and their relevance to public safety. 
•    Knowledge of the policies, regulations, guides, and precedents pertinent to the assigned emergency management phase(s). 
•    Knowledge of the National Incident Management System (NIMS) and Homeland Security Exercise and Evaluation Program (HSEEP). 
•    Skill in managing and resolving conflict in high intensity situations.  
•    Ability to gather, correlate, summarize, interpret, and report a variety of technical information and data. Ability to analyze implications, identify trends, and apply conclusions to complex problems. 
•    Ability to operate a motor vehicle and maintain a valid vehicle operator’s license. 
•    Ability to work nights, weekends, holidays and overtime as required.  
•    Ability to comprehend, interpret, communicate, and apply regulations, procedures, and related emergency management information.  
•    Knowledge of the different types of private, volunteer, and governmental emergency response and recovery programs and their purpose. 

Qualifications:
Bachelor’s degree and 2-4 years of relevant experience. (Substitutions may be allowed.)

Job Location:  This position will be located at Region C (UASI) includes St. Charles, St. Louis, Franklin, St. Louis City and Jefferson counties.

If you have questions about this position please contact:
DPS.Hires@dps.mo.gov

The State of Missouri is an equal opportunity employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees.

For details and how to apply click here.

 
Cole County Sheriff’s Office is Hiring  Patrol Officers and Detention Officers
 
Starting Salaries:
Post Certified Deputies $40,000 + Benefits
Detention Officers $35,000 + Benefits
+ up to $5200 in premium pay based on start date
 
Excellent Benefits Package includes:
Missouri’s Local Government Employees Retirement System (LAGERS)
County Employees Retirement Fund (CERF)
Fully-paid Employer Paid Health Insurance
Partially-paid Spouse and Dependant Paid Health Insurance
13 Paid Holidays
Paid Vacation Time
Paid Sick Leave
Cell Phone Stipends for some
All Equipment needed is provided
Take home car is available to Patrol Deputies
In house gym
 
With 115 employees and four divisions (Administration, Patrol, Support Services and Detention) we offer opportunity for growth and advancement.
 
Cole County is a suburban-rural area of 398 square miles where Missouri’s State Capitol resides. Our 75,000 residents are extremely supportive of law enforcement which is helpful in making ours an excellent work environment.
 
Submit your resume to be considered for a position or for more information you can go to: https://colecounty.org/220/Sheriffs-Office
 
The Cole County Sheriff’s Department is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Newton County Sheriff’s Office has an opening for a patrol deputy.

Starting pay: $18.97/hour
Pay increase after successful 90-day probation period.
Full-time position, commissioned.
Health, Vision and Dental Insurance benefits available. CERF Retirement Plan.
​Uniforms, equipment, duty gear, POST continuing education and patrol vehicle are provided*.

Responsibilities:
Maintain law and order and serve legal process of the courts by performing duties, including but not limited to; processing citizen complaints, documenting and writing reports on law violations, transporting prisoners, service of civil process, and overall general law enforcement in the county.

Requirements for applicants:

  • Be at least 21 years of age
  • Must be a U.S. Citizen and reside in the State of Missouri
  • Must possess high school diploma or GED
  • Must possess current Missouri P.O.S.T. certification or equivalent from another state
  • Must be able to work rotating 12-hour shifts
  • Must meet vision, hearing and physical agility standards (WorkSTEPS®)
  • Must possess a valid Missouri driver’s license
  • Be able to pass a reference and background investigation, which may include a polygraph/voice stress exam
  • Be able to relocate within Newton County in a reasonable amount of time, as determined by the Sheriff
  • All probationary deputies must successfully pass NCSO field training program

*residency requirement for take home patrol vehicle

Reports to:
Shift Sergeant; Patrol Division Lieutenant

Two years of prior law enforcement experience is preferred but not necessary to apply.

Applications will be accepted until this posting is removed.
Any questions regarding this position may be forwarded to Patrol Lieutenant Trevor Williams – 417-451-8300

PATROL: Applications will be accepted by e-mail, in person, mail, or fax 417-451-8352

CAREER OPPORTUNITY
MISSOURI DIVISION OF ALCOHOL AND TOBACCO CONTROL

Title:

Agent

Location:

Jefferson City District Office
1738 E. Elm St. – Lower Level Jefferson City, MO 65101
$46,423.68 Annual Salary

DESCRIPTION:
A vacancy currently exists within the Division of Alcohol and Tobacco Control. The position works from the Jefferson City District Office and will be assigned a designated territory within the boundaries of District 2 (see
https://atc.dps.mo.gov/about/contact_us.html). Agents of the Division are responsible for enforcing all Missouri statutes and regulations relating to the manufacture, distribution and sale of alcoholic beverages as set out in Chapter 311, RSMo.

BENEFITS
Agents are provided a state vehicle for work-related travel, and scheduling allows for some flexibility when not assigned to the district office. The State of Missouri also offers a comprehensive benefits package, which can be reviewed here, https://oa.mo.gov/state-employees-new#mini-panel-state-employees-tabs2. Annual grant programs also provide Agents an opportunity to earn overtime pay.

EXAMPLES OF WORK PERFORMED:
Business hours for the district office are 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday; however, an Agent’s hours will routinely vary, and will generally consist of approximately 40% office work and 60% field work, with fluctuations based on seasonal demand and staffing. Each district is responsible for conducting weekly enforcement activities which may consist of late nights, extended hours, weekend work, and possible overnight stays.

Office/administrative duties include, but are not limited to: serving as the primary point of contact for liquor license applicants, licensees, city/county clerks and local law enforcement agencies within a designated territory, and to review liquor license applications for completeness and eligibility.

Field work includes, but is not limited to: conducting retailer education training programs, completing routine inspections and site visits, investigating citizen complaints/surveillance, conducting joint enforcement activities with local law enforcement agencies, and conducting self-initiated and supervisor-directed enforcement activities primarily consisting of plainclothes operations.

QUALIFICATIONS:
To qualify for the position, the applicant must:

 Be a United States citizen and taxpaying resident of Missouri at time of hire;
 Possess a valid Missouri driver license;
 Be proficient in the English language;
 Possess a high school diploma or an equivalent certificate;
 Possess a Class A Missouri POST license at the time of appointment;
 Possess ordinary physical strength;
 Have a minimum of two (2) years law enforcement experience;
o College coursework in criminal justice or a closely related field or military police service may be substituted on a year-for-year basis.
 Reside within 60 miles of the office or relocate within six months; and,
 Be able to pass a job-related assessment exam, oral interview, criminal record check and background investigation, drug screening, polygraph, and psychological evaluation.

APPLICATION PROCEDURE:
Individuals who wish to be considered for this position must complete a State of Missouri Application on the MO Careers website. Completed applications, with any supplemental documents such as a cover letter, resume, college/university transcript(s), etc., must be completed and submitted by Tuesday, March 22, 2022, at 11:59 P.M., Central Standard Time. The MO Careers website can be accessed via
https://mocareers.mo.gov/hiretrue/mo/mocareers/index.html.

ASSESSMENT TESTING AND INTERVIEWS:
Computerized assessment tests will be conducted at the Jefferson City district office. Candidates meeting the minimum qualifications will be contacted for scheduling purposes.
Interviews will be scheduled at a later determined date.

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY STATEMENT:
The Division of Alcohol and Tobacco Control is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will be considered for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability status, or any other non-merit factor.

The City of Bourbon, Missouri is accepting applications for the position of Police Officer. All applicants must be a U.S. citizen, must be 21 years of age, a graduate of high school or possess a G.E.D equivalent, possess a valid Missouri Driver’s license and be Missouri P.O.S.T. Certified. 

Starting salary for this position will be $18.25 per hour, 13 paid holidays Shift Differential, Grant Time Pay, Paid Overtime.

Work schedule:

12 hour shifts, rotate every 2 months between days and nights , off every other Friday, Saturday, and Sunday

Benefits:

  • Health and dental insurance, and vision 100% paid for by the city
  • Lagers 100% paid for by the city
  • 75% paid health insurance for spouse.

Applications can be picked up at the Bourbon Police Department, 355 E. Pine St. Bourbon Mo 65441. For questions or to request an application call 573-732-4838/573-732-5550. Applications will be accepted until Position is filled. The City of Bourbon is an equal opportunity employer.

 

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Missouri traffic fatalities down 5% compared to last year

Article by Jade Steffens for KQTV St. Joseph

 

As of July 8th, Missouri Department of Transportation reporting that state traffic fatalities are down 5% compared to last year at this time.

This modest decrease comes as a relief following the sharp increase in traffic deaths across the country since the start of the pandemic.

 MoDOT specifically seeing an increase in speed-related fatalities across the state in the last two years, accounting for 40% of road deaths in 2020 and 35% last year.

Although these statistics are moving in the right direction, there is still more progress to be made with driving safety in Missouri. 

“So it’d be down 5%, this year is promising. But it’s hard to celebrate it as well, because we’ve still lost more than 460 people already this year in 2022. So hopefully we can continue to make some progress and in the year, moving back in the direction we want to go, which is Toward Zero Fatalities on our roadways,” said Jonathan Nelson, Assistant to State Highway and Traffic Engineer for MoDOT. 

To help Missouri get closer to zero deaths on the roadways, MoDOT advises all drivers to always wear your seatbelt, and if you are the driver, put your phone down and focus all attention to the roadway.

Slow down and drive the appropriate speed limit, and never drive under the influence of alcohol or drugs.

  The Osage County Sheriff’s Office is currently accepting applications for Sheriff’s Deputies.

The Sheriff’s Office offers competitive pay and opportunities of advancement through promotion. Salaries start at $40,000 per year. Apply online at www.osagesheriff.org or call 573-897-3927 to inquire.

Qualifications:·

  • High school diploma or equivalent.·
  • Must be 21 years of age or older.·
  • Must possess a valid Missouri operator’s license at time of appointment.·
  • Must possess a valid class A or B Missouri Peace Officer License or current enrollment in a police academy.·
  • Must pass a pre-employment drug screen prior to appointment.·

Applicants must be able to meet the physical demands of law enforcement activities which include, but not limited to, the ability to make forcible arrests and operate law enforcement equipment.·

Applicant must meet minimum qualifications set forth by the FBI and MSHP CJIS Security policy.

Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

*Osage County and its Sheriff’s Office have adopted a strong policy in regards to hiring, conditions of employments, and promotions not to discriminate in any way in regard to gender, race, color, national or ethnic origin, ancestry, religious beliefs, handicap or disability, sexual orientation, gender identity/expression, marital or parental status, military or veteran status, political affiliation or age.

Osage County is an Affirmative Action Employer.

 

 

The Vernon County Sheriff’s Office is now taking applications for:

Jail Administrator: $42,806.40

The position of jail administrator is responsible for the day to day operations of the jail including, scheduling, record keeping, approving incident reports, and advising the Sheriff on policy and procedures, contracts as well as coordinating with the inmate transportation unit. This position is a management position that requires some “hands-on” work in the jail when employees are on vacation or out for training.

Post Certification is preferred, or the ability to complete Police Academy within 24 months.

Full Benefits package included along with take home vehicle, gym membership, and cell phone.

To Apply: Applicants can send resume and cover letter to 2040 E Hunter in Nevada, attention Dianna Boultinghouse, by email at dmaus@vernoncosherriff.org OR visit www.vernoncosheriff.org to submit your resume.

THE CITY OF CASPER, WYOMING
invites applications for the position of Police Officer

SALARY: $27.03 – $34.55 Hourly
$4,685.20 – $5,988.67 Monthly
$56,222.40 – $71,864.00 Annually

OPENING DATE:
03/24/22
CLOSING DATE:
05/16/22 12:00 AM

CLASS SUMMARY:

Next Testing Period – May 23rd
(location and times to be announced)
Apply directly through our website at: https://casperwy.gov/

Applicants are responsible for reviewing the testing information to get details on the testing dates,
locations, and requirements. All communication about the testing process will be through the email
address each applicant provides on his/her application.

Incumbents are responsible for responding to calls for service and enforcing local, State, and
Federal statutes.

REPORTING STRUCTURE:
Receives general supervision from assigned Police Sergeant or higher-level supervisory and
management staff.
This position is driving essential (see driving requirements).

Potential for sign-on bonus:
Lateral Police Officer program pay depending on police experience
Wyoming lateral Police Officers who meet certain criteria $12,500 sign-on bonus
Out of state lateral Police Officers who meet certain criteria $7,500 sign-on bonus
Previous Wyoming Police Officers decertified through absence $5,000 sign-on bonus
Entry-level Police Officers one-time sign-on bonus of $3,000

Total Compensation
Employee Benefits

Learn more about our community:
https://www.visitcasper.com/
https://casperwyoming.org/
https://choosecpr.com/

TYPICAL CLASS ESSENTIAL DUTIES:
1. Patrols assigned area and responds to routine and complex emergency situations; assesses
nature of situation and scene; and mediates disputes.
2. Explains and enforces applicable Federal, State, and local laws and ordinances.
3. Conducts preliminary investigations on all crimes/accidents, incidents, and any other criminal
law violations.
4. Interviews witnesses, victims, suspects, and arrested persons to obtain pertinent information
concerning accidents/crimes; and conducts searches.
5. Makes arrests or takes persons into custody by carrying out duties in conjunction with Federal,
State, and local laws and ordinances
6. Enforces traffic laws; patrols or conducts stationary observation of traffic; utilizes radar to
detect speed violations; stops suspicious vehicles for investigation; investigates accidents; issues
warnings, citations, and arrests for violations; uses standard field sobriety tests to determine
impairment.
7. Prepares accurate and timely reports including accident, arrest, and various administrative
reports.
8. Gathers and preserves physical evidence.
9. Testifies in courtroom proceedings.
10. Represents the City of Casper by responding to the public, citizens, its employees, and
others in a prompt, professional, and courteous manner while continuously maintaining a positive
customer service demeanor.
11. Performs other duties of a similar nature or level.

Knowledge (position requirements at entry):
Knowledge of:
• Customer service principles.
• Proper English, including spelling, punctuation, and grammar.
• Modern office equipment and practices.
Abilities (position requirements at entry):
Ability to:
• Work a variety of shifts including weekends, nights, and holidays; subject to be on call as
needed (must respond within 20 minutes).
• Learn local geography including street names, numbering systems, directional orientation, and
major landmarks.
• Provide customer service.
• Act quickly and calmly in emergencies and stressful situations.
• Maintain proper use of vehicles, equipment, and apparatus including the use and care of
firearms.
• Routinely demonstrate the City of Casper core values.
• Follow all City safety rules and procedures and immediately report all accidents/incidents or
unsafe conditions to a supervisor.
• Prepare and maintain accurate records and reports.
• Maintain confidentiality.
• Analyze situations quickly and objectively and determine and take appropriate action.
• Learn standard broadcasting procedures of a police radio system.
• Comply with all training requirements.
• Prepare accurate and grammatically correct written reports.
• Learn and apply modern police practices and methods.
• Learn and apply department procedures, rules and regulations.
• Learn and apply applicable Federal and State laws, city ordinances, judicial rulings, and laws of
arrest.
• Learn safety practices and procedures.
• Learn and apply recordkeeping principles.
• Learn to drive an emergency vehicle under hazardous and/or emergency conditions.
• Learn court and evidence procedures.
• Operate modern office equipment including body cameras, in-car video system, and specialized
software systems.
• Learn and apply appropriate offensive and defensive weapons nomenclature and theory.
• Utilize self-defense tactics.
• Maintain a neat and professional appearance.
• Communicate effectively verbally and in writing.
• Follow written and verbal instructions and direction.
• Establish and maintain effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of
work.

Skills (position requirements at entry):
Skill in:
• Communicating in a courteous, knowledgeable, and tactful manner with staff and the general
public.
• Customer service.
• Oral and written communication, sufficient to exchange or convey effective information and to
receive work direction.
• Operating modern office equipment, including computer software and operating
systems/applications.

TRAINING, EXPERIENCE & CERTIFICATIONS:
EDUCATION and EXPERIENCE:
• High school diploma or equivalent (G.E.D.) required.
• 21 years of age at the time of graduation from the Wyoming Law Enforcement Academy.

LICENSING and CERTIFICATIONS:
• Possession of, or ability to obtain, a valid Wyoming Driver’s License within six (6) months of
hire.
• Possession of, or ability to obtain, a Wyoming Peace Officer Standards & Training (POST)
Certification, within twelve (12) months of hire.
• Must be legally qualified to possess and purchase a firearm.

SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION & PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:
The above job description is intended to represent only the key areas of responsibilities; specific
position assignments will vary depending on the business needs of the department.

Women, minorities, and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

Employment subject to extensive background investigation, including polygraph and psychological
examination. The successful candidate must pass a pre-employment drug screen test.

As a condition of employment, the successful candidate must utilize direct deposit for payroll
purposes.

Driving records are required for all new employees regardless of the position’s driving
requirements. If the employee has not held a Wyoming driver’s license for the last three years, the
employee must provide at their own initiation and expense a driving record from their previous
state(s) of residence.

Physical and Environmental Conditions: City of Casper employees that perform safety
sensitive tasks are subject to pre-employment and/or random drug testing. These tasks include,
but may not be limited to:
• Emergency response/rescue
• Handling or working with hazardous materials, including chemicals as well as solid and liquid
waste
• Operating or maintaining water and wastewater systems
• Maintaining City computer and data systems including networks, servers, communication
systems, etc.
• Driving for the City of Casper, whether essential or non-essential
• Operating power-driven machinery or equipment
• Handling confidential information, including personnel, health, financial, or attorney-client
information
• Working with or around children

Positions in this class typically require: balancing, stooping, climbing, scaling, crouching, reaching,
standing, walking, running, lifting, grasping, feeling, talking, hearing, seeing, and repetitive motions.
Medium Work: Exerting up to 50 pounds of force occasionally, and/or up to 20 pounds of force
frequently, and/or up-to 10 pounds of force constantly to lift, carry, push, and pull or otherwise
move objects, including the human body.

Incumbents may be subjected to loud noises, light disturbance, workspace restrictions, dusts,
odors, fumes, and chemicals. Incumbents may be subject to perform duties either indoors or
outdoors and on uneven terrain, which may include extreme climate/weather conditions.
Incumbents may be subjected to exposure and risk in working with hostile, resistant, and unstable
persons. The nature of duties involves constant mental and visual attention, and potential personal
danger. Incumbents in this position will be in situations where they may experience
critical/traumatic events and need to have the ability to quickly move between work spaces and/or
facilities.

Driving Requirements: For driving essential positions, employment with the City of Casper is
contingent upon a satisfactory driving record. A driving record that reflects any of the following
criteria is considered unsatisfactory:

1) Convicted of three (3) or more moving violations within the previous 36 months (three separate, individual incidents);

2) A conviction within the previous 36 months of any of the following:

  • Driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol;
  • Leaving the scene of an accident;
  • Fleeing to avoid arrest;
  • Reckless Driving;
  • Homicide or assault by motor vehicle;
  • Driving without auto insurance;
  • Driving on a suspended license;
  • Refusal to take blood/breathalyzer test for suspected DUI or impaired driving.

If you have questions regarding the background screen, pre-employment drug test or driving
record, please contact the Human Resources Office at (307)235-8344 prior to accepting a job offer.

APPLICATIONS MAY BE FILED ONLINE AT:
http://www.casperwy.gov
200 N. David – Human Resources
Suite 107
Casper, WY 82601
(307)235-8344
(307)235-8421
hrood@casperwy.gov
Position #1132-07 POLICE OFFICER

The Schuyler County Sheriff’s Office has an immediate opening for A Full-Time DEPUTY SHERIFF
  • Starting salary up to $33200.00 per year
  • $30 per month cell phone allowance
  • Take home vehicle 
  • County employees retirement fund(CERF)
  • Small County working environment
  • 12 hour shifts with every other weekend off (Friday,Saturday and Sunday)
  • Vacation and sick pay
  • Uniforms and equipment provided
  • Must be POST certified. If you are not POST certified, contact us for possible sponsorship through the academy.
  • The Schuyler County Sheriff’s Office an Equal Opportunity Employer
Please apply in person at 110 W Washington St in Lancaster Missouri. You may contact the Sheriff at 660-956-9493 or by email at schuylersheriff969@gmail.com for more information. 
 
The Cape Girardeau County Sheriff’s Office is now accepting applications for the communications officer position.
 
Applicants must be at least 18 years old at the time of employment, possess a high school diploma or equivalent, be a U.S. citizen, and not have any felony record or convictions for any crime involving moral turpitude.
 
Applicants will ideally have general computer knowledge, be able to deal well with the public professionally, and complete multiple tasks simultaneously.
 
The position works 12-hour shifts, including days and nights, with rotating days on and off, including holidays.
 
Primary duties include, but are not limited to:
  • Answering emergency (911) calls and non-emergency calls for service
  • Serving as the central answering point for the Sheriff’s Office
  • Logging calls for service and dispositions into our computer-aided dispatch programs
  • Dispatching a radio law enforcement officer, fire departments, and medical first responders to calls for service
  • Entering and maintaining warrants, orders of protection, and updating the sex offender registry.
Prior experience is not required.
 
Starting pay is $16.00 an hour. In addition, to pay, the position includes a standard county benefits package, including 12 paid holidays, two retirement programs, health, dental, and vision insurance, paid vacation time, and a $50.00 monthly uniform allowance.
 
Interested parties can pick up an application at the sheriff’s office at 216 N. Missouri St. Jackson, MO 63755 or complete one online or download one from our website www.capecountysheriff.org
 
For more information, please contact Lt. Zachary Dillard at 573-243-3551.

The Lewis County Sheriff’s Office is looking to hire a part-time cook.

The schedule would be every other weekend and one night a week with pay being $11.15 per hour.

If interested, please contact the office at 573-767-5287 or stop by to get an application.

Hiring Now In Cole County, Missouri: Patrol Officers and Detention Officers
 
Starting Salaries:
Post Certified Deputies $40,000 + Benefits
Detention Officers $35,000 + Benefits
+ up to $5200 in premium pay based on start date
 
Excellent Benefits Package includes:
  • Missouri’s Local Government Employees Retirement System (LAGERS)
  • County Employees Retirement Fund (CERF)
  • Fully-paid Employer Paid Health Insurance
  • Partially-paid Spouse and Dependent Paid Health Insurance
  • 13 Paid Holidays
  • Paid Vacation Time
  • Paid Sick Leave
  • Cell Phone Stipends for some
  • All Equipment needed is provided
  • Take home car is available to Patrol Deputies
  • In house gym
With 115 employees and four divisions (Administration, Patrol, Support Services and Detention) we offer opportunity for growth and advancement.
 
Cole County is a suburban-rural area of 398 square miles where Missouri’s State Capitol resides. Our 75,000 residents are extremely supportive of law enforcement which is helpful in making ours an excellent work environment.

Submit your resume to be considered for a position or for more information you can go to: https://colecounty.org/220/Sheriffs-Office

The Cole County Sheriff’s Department is an Equal Opportunity Employer Patrol

The Washington County Sheriff’s Office has an immediate opening for a Deputy Sheriff-Bailiff/Process Server.

Must be POST certified.

We offer paid health, vision and dental insurance for the employee, a retirement package, Monday-Friday, some weekends, paid bi-weekly, and more.

If you are interested in becoming a part of our team, apply at the Washington County Sheriff’s Office at 116 W. High Street Potosi, MO 63664 or online.

The Washington County Sheriff’s Office is an equal opportunity employer.

The Andrew County Sheriff’s Office is now accepting applications for the positions of Detention Officer – both Deputy and Civilian – as well as 911 dispatchers.
 
Benefits include:
$15.30 / hr.
Paid training
Uniforms and equipment provided (if required)
12 hour shifts with every other weekend off
Paid holidays
Paid vacation
Paid sick leave
Health insurance
Vision and dental insurance (optional)
2 retirement plans
 
Applications can be picked up at the Sheriff’s Office located at 400 E. Main Street, Savannah, Mo 64485.
The Iron County Sheriff’s Office has immediate openings for A Full-Time DEPUTY SHERIFF
 
  • Competitive salary
  • Paid health insurance for employee
  • Health savings plan
  • County employees retirement fund
  • LAGERS retirement
  • 12 hour rotating shifts with every other weekend off
  • Vacation and sick pay
  • Uniforms provided
 
If you have any questions please contact Detective Chris Barton cbarton@icsomo.org

The Morgan County Sheriff’s Office has several road deputy positions available. 

Starting Pay: $42,550.40

Benefits include paid health insurance, retirement, 14 paid holidays, 8 hours sick leave earned per month, and paid vacation.

Apply in person at 211 E. Newton, Versailles; email Rick Bias at rbias@morgancountymo.gov; or apply online.

Cooper County Sheriff’s Office is seeking to hire motivated staff members for Detention Officers and Court House Security Officers.

Pay is based on training and experience.
 
Apply at the office for an immediate interview or online.
 
Options for academy contracts.
Hiring Now In Cole County, Missouri: Patrol Officers and Detention Officers
 
Starting Salaries:
Post Certified Deputies $40,000 + Benefits
Detention Officers $35,000 + Benefits
+ up to $5200 in premium pay based on start date
 
Excellent Benefits Package includes:
Missouri’s Local Government Employees Retirement System (LAGERS)
County Employees Retirement Fund (CERF)
Fully-paid Employer Paid Health Insurance
Partially-paid Spouse and Dependant Paid Health Insurance
13 Paid Holidays
Paid Vacation Time
Paid Sick Leave
Cell Phone Stipends for some
All Equipment needed is provided
Take home car is available to Patrol Deputies
In house gym
 
With 115 employees and four divisions (Administration, Patrol, Support Services and Detention) we offer opportunity for growth and advancement.
 
Cole County is a suburban-rural area of 398 square miles where Missouri’s State Capitol resides. Our 75,000 residents are extremely supportive of law enforcement which is helpful in making ours an excellent work environment.
 

Submit your resume to be considered for a position or for more information you can go to: https://colecounty.org/220/Sheriffs-Office

 
The Cole County Sheriff’s Department is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
The Maries County Sheriff’s Office is taking applications for part time Dispatchers/Jailers.
 
The part-time shifts available are 7 days a week either: 7:00am-3:00pm or 3:00pm-11:00pm.
 
Starting pay is $15/hour.
 
Position requires a person who is at least 18 years of age, can pass a pre-employment drug test, random drug tests, pass a background check, possesses good interpersonal skills, and has a desire to serve their community with an agency that is more like a family than a job.
 
Pick up an application at the Sheriff’s Office in Vienna or email a resume to sjohn@mariescountymo.gov

The Newton County Sheriff’s Office is Hiring Corrections Officers

Starting Pay: $14.89 hourly pay rate.
Pay increase to $15.14 after successful 90-day probation period.

Full-time position, applicants with an active Missouri POST license can be commissioned after probationary period.

Health, Vision and Dental Insurance benefits available.

CERF Retirement Plan.

Uniforms and duty gear provided.

Job Duties/Responsibilities:

  • Monitors and directs group and individual behavior among the inmates to prevent, control and resolve inmate problems or conflicts.
  • Escorts and/or transports inmates to and from various activities within and outside the jail.
  • Assists with the inmate admission, classification and release processes.
  • Monitors and directs various inmate programs (e.g. recreation, visitation, etc.).
  • Provides and summons assistance and aid for inmates while maintaining the safety and security of the facility.
  • Dispenses authorized medications and administers first aid and CPR.
  • Delivers meals, mail, supplies, etc., to the inmates.
  • Maintains necessary financial records (e.g. cash accounts in inmate and canteen funds, bail, fines, etc.).
  • Collects, maintains, and completes necessary records and reports (e.g. criminal history, medical screening, medication delivery, inmate activity, inmate property, fingerprints, photographs, visitor logs, incident and discipline reports, etc.).
  • Searches and observes inmates, visitors, vendors, and others to ensure security.
  • Inspects all jail areas to ensure adherence to all jail policies and procedures (e.g. sanitation, security, etc.) and ensures that these aspects of the jail operation are maintained.
  • Acts as an unrestricted Deputy Sheriff in emergency situations such as riots, large scale civil disobedience, natural disasters and other situations as determined by the Sheriff.
  • Demonstrates punctual and reliable attendance in accordance with designated work schedule.
  • Complies with applicable safety rules, laws, and practices; uses proper safety equipment and procedures in all operations.
  • Performs other related duties and responsibilities as assigned.


Reports to:
Immediate Supervisor; Corrections Corporal; Corrections Sergeant; Corrections Division Lieutenant

Requirements for applicants:

  • Must be a U.S. Citizen
  • At least 18 years of age
  • Must possess a high school diploma or GED
  • Must meet vision, hearing and physical agility standards (WorkSTEPS®)
  • Must possess a valid Missouri driver’s license
  • Be able to pass a reference and background investigation, which may include a polygraph/voice stress exam
  • Able to work 12-hour shifts
  • Experience is preferred but not necessary to apply.


If you have previously applied for this position in the last 6 months, do not re-apply.
Applications will be accepted until this post is removed.

Any questions regarding this position may be forwarded to Corrections Lieutenant Mike Barnett – 417-451-8311

JAIL: Applications will be accepted by e-mail, in person, mail, or fax 417-451-8352

The Child Advocacy Center of Northeast Missouri is seeking a Prevention Education Specialist

Job Details:

Full-time
Wentzville, MO
 

Job Description

Prevention Education Specialist – 10 Month, Academic Year – Wentzville Position Description: The Prevention Education Specialist will deliver school and community-based presentations on various child abuse prevention topics for professionals who are mandated reporters, parents, and children of preschool through high school age.
 
In addition, the Prevention Education Specialist will attend community meetings and participate in community events to represent The Child Advocacy Center of Northeast Missouri when appropriate.
 
Primary Job Duties and Responsibilities
  • 1. Provide agency approved presentations for children ranging from Early Childhood thru High School on various topics of sexual abuse prevention.
  • 2. Provide agency approved presentations for parents on sexual abuse prevention.
  • 3. Provide mandated reporter trainings for professionals who work with children.
  • 4. Maintain contact with counselors or staff/administrators to schedule programs for assigned schools.
  • 5. Grade and import data collected from presentations.
  • 6. Maintain data and statistics for reporting purposes.
  • 7. Research and update to programs to ensure best practice.
  • 8. Attend community meetings, as needed.
  • 9. Serve as a representative of the agency.
  • 10. Other duties as assigned. Qualifications Minimum of a bachelor’s degree in education, criminal justice, social work, or human services field or 3-5 years of field experience.

Benefits include: 14 paid holidays, generous PTO, medical/vision/dental insurance, and more.

Reports to and supervised by: Prevention Education Program

Director Classification: Non exempt 10 month/academic year schedule

Schedule

Standard business schedule
 

Benefits

Medical insurance
Paid time off
Dental insurance
Vision insurance
 
 
The Child Advocacy Center of Northeast Missouri is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

LEWIS COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE IS HIRING

 

Starting Pay: $35,000 a Year – Negotiable If Prior Experience

Full Benefits Package Including Health Insurance, Retirement, Paid Overtime, Paid Holidays, Etc.

  • All Equipment Provided by County
  • Take Home Vehicle

For Inquiries Call 573-767-5287

 

The Carroll County Sheriff’s Office is hiring deputies.

We have immediate openings if you know someone that would be willing to relocate and start, or continue, their career in Carroll County.

Please spread the word.

Applications can be picked up at the office or apply online on our Facebook page.

POST License is required.

The Platte County Sheriff’s Office is currently accepting applications for full time Civilian Detention Officers.
 
Qualified candidates must
  • Be at least 18 years of age
  • Possess a high school diploma or GED
  • Successfully complete all phases of the employment process.
 
Initial Uniforms and Equipment provided. After 12 months, a $50/month uniform allowance is added to the salary for maintenance and upkeep.
 
If you are interested in receiving more information or would like to get started in the employment process, please click here.
 
For further information call the Platte County Sheriff’s Office at (816) 858-2424
 
The Platte County Sheriff’s Office an Equal Opportunity Employer. We consider applicants for all positions without regard to race, color, religion, creed, gender, national origin, age, disability, marital or veteran status, or other protected status.

SEMA has an opening for a Regional Coordinator in the St. Louis area.

SALARY: 58,452.47

The Missouri State Emergency Management Agency has responsibility for coordinating disaster response and recovery operations across Missouri – responding to everything from tornadoes and flooding to ice storms to the coronavirus pandemic. SEMA operates the State Emergency Operations Center and provides training and grants to strengthen Missouri’s resilience against natural disasters. 
SEMA’s mission is to help our fellow Missourians prepare for, respond to and recover from all emergencies. Each step will be guided by our core values of respect, integrity, trust, honesty and compassion.

Job Description:
•    Liaison between local officials (including Emergency Management Directors) and SEMA on all matters relating to emergency management. 
•    Work with the Statewide Volunteer Services Coordinator to integrate volunteer services responsibilities in local emergency management activities. 
•    Conduct four quarterly Regional Coordinator meetings/workshops annually to inform and train local officials in their duties and responsibilities. 
•    Assist local officials in the development or revision of all-hazard emergency operations plans.
•    Support the SEMA training program through participation in courses, seminars and workshops. Participate in state-level exercises.
•    Complete all required paperwork accurately and in a timely manner. Participate in scheduled conference calls and internal regional coordinator meetings.
•    Maintain communication with the Division Supervisor to keep him/her advised on regional activities and emergencies.
•    Other duties as assigned.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
•    Knowledge of the phases of emergency management and their relevance to public safety. 
•    Knowledge of the policies, regulations, guides, and precedents pertinent to the assigned emergency management phase(s). 
•    Knowledge of the National Incident Management System (NIMS) and Homeland Security Exercise and Evaluation Program (HSEEP). 
•    Skill in managing and resolving conflict in high intensity situations.  
•    Ability to gather, correlate, summarize, interpret, and report a variety of technical information and data. Ability to analyze implications, identify trends, and apply conclusions to complex problems. 
•    Ability to operate a motor vehicle and maintain a valid vehicle operator’s license. 
•    Ability to work nights, weekends, holidays and overtime as required.  
•    Ability to comprehend, interpret, communicate, and apply regulations, procedures, and related emergency management information.  
•    Knowledge of the different types of private, volunteer, and governmental emergency response and recovery programs and their purpose. 

Qualifications:
Bachelor’s degree and 2-4 years of relevant experience. (Substitutions may be allowed.)

Job Location:  This position will be located at Region C (UASI) includes St. Charles, St. Louis, Franklin, St. Louis City and Jefferson counties.

If you have questions about this position please contact:
DPS.Hires@dps.mo.gov

The State of Missouri is an equal opportunity employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees.

For details and how to apply click here.

 
Cole County Sheriff’s Office is Hiring  Patrol Officers and Detention Officers
 
Starting Salaries:
Post Certified Deputies $40,000 + Benefits
Detention Officers $35,000 + Benefits
+ up to $5200 in premium pay based on start date
 
Excellent Benefits Package includes:
Missouri’s Local Government Employees Retirement System (LAGERS)
County Employees Retirement Fund (CERF)
Fully-paid Employer Paid Health Insurance
Partially-paid Spouse and Dependant Paid Health Insurance
13 Paid Holidays
Paid Vacation Time
Paid Sick Leave
Cell Phone Stipends for some
All Equipment needed is provided
Take home car is available to Patrol Deputies
In house gym
 
With 115 employees and four divisions (Administration, Patrol, Support Services and Detention) we offer opportunity for growth and advancement.
 
Cole County is a suburban-rural area of 398 square miles where Missouri’s State Capitol resides. Our 75,000 residents are extremely supportive of law enforcement which is helpful in making ours an excellent work environment.
 
Submit your resume to be considered for a position or for more information you can go to: https://colecounty.org/220/Sheriffs-Office
 
The Cole County Sheriff’s Department is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Newton County Sheriff’s Office has an opening for a patrol deputy.

Starting pay: $18.97/hour
Pay increase after successful 90-day probation period.
Full-time position, commissioned.
Health, Vision and Dental Insurance benefits available. CERF Retirement Plan.
​Uniforms, equipment, duty gear, POST continuing education and patrol vehicle are provided*.

Responsibilities:
Maintain law and order and serve legal process of the courts by performing duties, including but not limited to; processing citizen complaints, documenting and writing reports on law violations, transporting prisoners, service of civil process, and overall general law enforcement in the county.

Requirements for applicants:

  • Be at least 21 years of age
  • Must be a U.S. Citizen and reside in the State of Missouri
  • Must possess high school diploma or GED
  • Must possess current Missouri P.O.S.T. certification or equivalent from another state
  • Must be able to work rotating 12-hour shifts
  • Must meet vision, hearing and physical agility standards (WorkSTEPS®)
  • Must possess a valid Missouri driver’s license
  • Be able to pass a reference and background investigation, which may include a polygraph/voice stress exam
  • Be able to relocate within Newton County in a reasonable amount of time, as determined by the Sheriff
  • All probationary deputies must successfully pass NCSO field training program

*residency requirement for take home patrol vehicle

Reports to:
Shift Sergeant; Patrol Division Lieutenant

Two years of prior law enforcement experience is preferred but not necessary to apply.

Applications will be accepted until this posting is removed.
Any questions regarding this position may be forwarded to Patrol Lieutenant Trevor Williams – 417-451-8300

PATROL: Applications will be accepted by e-mail, in person, mail, or fax 417-451-8352

CAREER OPPORTUNITY
MISSOURI DIVISION OF ALCOHOL AND TOBACCO CONTROL

Title:

Agent

Location:

Jefferson City District Office
1738 E. Elm St. – Lower Level Jefferson City, MO 65101
$46,423.68 Annual Salary

DESCRIPTION:
A vacancy currently exists within the Division of Alcohol and Tobacco Control. The position works from the Jefferson City District Office and will be assigned a designated territory within the boundaries of District 2 (see
https://atc.dps.mo.gov/about/contact_us.html). Agents of the Division are responsible for enforcing all Missouri statutes and regulations relating to the manufacture, distribution and sale of alcoholic beverages as set out in Chapter 311, RSMo.

BENEFITS
Agents are provided a state vehicle for work-related travel, and scheduling allows for some flexibility when not assigned to the district office. The State of Missouri also offers a comprehensive benefits package, which can be reviewed here, https://oa.mo.gov/state-employees-new#mini-panel-state-employees-tabs2. Annual grant programs also provide Agents an opportunity to earn overtime pay.

EXAMPLES OF WORK PERFORMED:
Business hours for the district office are 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday; however, an Agent’s hours will routinely vary, and will generally consist of approximately 40% office work and 60% field work, with fluctuations based on seasonal demand and staffing. Each district is responsible for conducting weekly enforcement activities which may consist of late nights, extended hours, weekend work, and possible overnight stays.

Office/administrative duties include, but are not limited to: serving as the primary point of contact for liquor license applicants, licensees, city/county clerks and local law enforcement agencies within a designated territory, and to review liquor license applications for completeness and eligibility.

Field work includes, but is not limited to: conducting retailer education training programs, completing routine inspections and site visits, investigating citizen complaints/surveillance, conducting joint enforcement activities with local law enforcement agencies, and conducting self-initiated and supervisor-directed enforcement activities primarily consisting of plainclothes operations.

QUALIFICATIONS:
To qualify for the position, the applicant must:

 Be a United States citizen and taxpaying resident of Missouri at time of hire;
 Possess a valid Missouri driver license;
 Be proficient in the English language;
 Possess a high school diploma or an equivalent certificate;
 Possess a Class A Missouri POST license at the time of appointment;
 Possess ordinary physical strength;
 Have a minimum of two (2) years law enforcement experience;
o College coursework in criminal justice or a closely related field or military police service may be substituted on a year-for-year basis.
 Reside within 60 miles of the office or relocate within six months; and,
 Be able to pass a job-related assessment exam, oral interview, criminal record check and background investigation, drug screening, polygraph, and psychological evaluation.

APPLICATION PROCEDURE:
Individuals who wish to be considered for this position must complete a State of Missouri Application on the MO Careers website. Completed applications, with any supplemental documents such as a cover letter, resume, college/university transcript(s), etc., must be completed and submitted by Tuesday, March 22, 2022, at 11:59 P.M., Central Standard Time. The MO Careers website can be accessed via
https://mocareers.mo.gov/hiretrue/mo/mocareers/index.html.

ASSESSMENT TESTING AND INTERVIEWS:
Computerized assessment tests will be conducted at the Jefferson City district office. Candidates meeting the minimum qualifications will be contacted for scheduling purposes.
Interviews will be scheduled at a later determined date.

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY STATEMENT:
The Division of Alcohol and Tobacco Control is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will be considered for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability status, or any other non-merit factor.

The City of Bourbon, Missouri is accepting applications for the position of Police Officer. All applicants must be a U.S. citizen, must be 21 years of age, a graduate of high school or possess a G.E.D equivalent, possess a valid Missouri Driver’s license and be Missouri P.O.S.T. Certified. 

Starting salary for this position will be $18.25 per hour, 13 paid holidays Shift Differential, Grant Time Pay, Paid Overtime.

Work schedule:

12 hour shifts, rotate every 2 months between days and nights , off every other Friday, Saturday, and Sunday

Benefits:

  • Health and dental insurance, and vision 100% paid for by the city
  • Lagers 100% paid for by the city
  • 75% paid health insurance for spouse.

Applications can be picked up at the Bourbon Police Department, 355 E. Pine St. Bourbon Mo 65441. For questions or to request an application call 573-732-4838/573-732-5550. Applications will be accepted until Position is filled. The City of Bourbon is an equal opportunity employer.

 

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Reporting reasonable suspicion factors supports frisk

Remember that it isn’t enough to do the right thing; an officer must also thoroughly document the reason for doing the right thing.


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By Ken Wallentine | Police1.com

UNITED STATES V. REDMAN, 2022 WL 2674072 (8TH CIR. 2022)

A motel clerk called 9-1-1 at 12:44 a.m. to report shots fired behind the motel. The area was known as a high-traffic, high-risk area that typically had a lot of criminal activity. 

A nearby parole officer was in the area and responded to the call. When the officer arrived three minutes after the call, the motel clerk directed him to the area of the alleged shots. A local police sergeant arrived at approximately the same time. He spoke to an Uber driver at the motel who said that fireworks had been thrown from a car window and suggested the fireworks were the basis of the call, not gunshots.

A sergeant made it easy for the court to conclude he had reasonable articulable suspicion to detain a suspect based on the facts he reported.
A sergeant made it easy for the court to conclude he had reasonable articulable suspicion to detain a suspect based on the facts he reported. (Getty Images)

The parole officer began walking through the dark motel parking lot. The only people he saw were two persons sitting in a parked car with the engine running. The officer walked up to the driver and asked him to roll down the window. The driver complied and the officer smelled marijuana and saw that both occupants were holding bottles of beer. The two occupants initially denied hearing shots fired; the passenger suggested that the sound was fireworks.

The officer asked both occupants for identification. Anthony Redman, the passenger, refused to provide identification and said he was not being detained and was leaving. After the officer told him to stay in the car, Redman got out and began to walk away. The sergeant approached and began speaking with Redman. Redman again said he was not detained and could leave.

Redman began to walk away. The parole officer told the sergeant that he had told Redman to “stay here.” Redman approached a motel room and unlocked the door. The sergeant called out to stop, quickly approached him, and grabbed the back of Redman’s jacket when he turned the door handle. Redman pulled forward into the room and the sergeant and another officer took him to the ground, handcuffed him and searched him. Redman had a loaded Glock handgun in his coat pocket.

Redman was charged with being a felon in possession of a firearm. He moved to suppress the firearm and statements he had made during the search, arguing he had been illegally seized. The trial court denied the motion and Redman appealed. He claimed the sergeant lacked reasonable suspicion to seize him and the parole officer had no authority to stop him.

The appellate court upheld the trial court’s denial of the motion to suppress evidence: “A Terry stop is justified when a police officer is able to point to specific and articulable facts which, taken together with rational inferences from those facts, reasonably warrant that intrusion.” Once the officer makes the stop, the officer may “take such steps as are reasonably necessary to protect their personal safety and to maintain the status quo during the stop,” including frisking a person for weapons if the officer has “articulable suspicion that the person is armed and dangerous.” These questions are always fact-dependent. The answers not only depend on the facts but also on the officer’s thoroughness in articulating the facts in a police report and subsequently on the witness stand.

The sergeant made it easy for the court to conclude he had reasonable articulable suspicion to detain Redman because he reported the following facts:

  • He was investigating an early-morning report of shots fired near a high-crime area.
  • Even though a witness offered the explanation of fireworks thrown from a car, that did not require the sergeant to end his investigation.
  • The sergeant knew Redman was one of only two people present in the dark parking lot that was the alleged location of the shots fired.
  • The sergeant was responding to a call for backup from a parole officer and he learned that Redman had refused to identify himself and walked away against the officer’s instructions to stay in the car.
  • Redman refused to stop when the sergeant commanded him and he tried to enter a motel room. Allowing Redman to enter the room posed obvious safety concerns for the officers.

Given these circumstances, the sergeant had reasonable suspicion that Redman may have been involved in a shots-fired incident, which justified his decision to seize Redman and to perform a limited search to determine if Redman was armed. Remember that it isn’t enough to do the right thing; an officer must also thoroughly document the reason for doing the right thing.

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  The Osage County Sheriff’s Office is currently accepting applications for Sheriff’s Deputies.

The Sheriff’s Office offers competitive pay and opportunities of advancement through promotion. Salaries start at $40,000 per year. Apply online at www.osagesheriff.org or call 573-897-3927 to inquire.

Qualifications:·

  • High school diploma or equivalent.·
  • Must be 21 years of age or older.·
  • Must possess a valid Missouri operator’s license at time of appointment.·
  • Must possess a valid class A or B Missouri Peace Officer License or current enrollment in a police academy.·
  • Must pass a pre-employment drug screen prior to appointment.·

Applicants must be able to meet the physical demands of law enforcement activities which include, but not limited to, the ability to make forcible arrests and operate law enforcement equipment.·

Applicant must meet minimum qualifications set forth by the FBI and MSHP CJIS Security policy.

Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

*Osage County and its Sheriff’s Office have adopted a strong policy in regards to hiring, conditions of employments, and promotions not to discriminate in any way in regard to gender, race, color, national or ethnic origin, ancestry, religious beliefs, handicap or disability, sexual orientation, gender identity/expression, marital or parental status, military or veteran status, political affiliation or age.

Osage County is an Affirmative Action Employer.

 

 

The Vernon County Sheriff’s Office is now taking applications for:

Jail Administrator: $42,806.40

The position of jail administrator is responsible for the day to day operations of the jail including, scheduling, record keeping, approving incident reports, and advising the Sheriff on policy and procedures, contracts as well as coordinating with the inmate transportation unit. This position is a management position that requires some “hands-on” work in the jail when employees are on vacation or out for training.

Post Certification is preferred, or the ability to complete Police Academy within 24 months.

Full Benefits package included along with take home vehicle, gym membership, and cell phone.

To Apply: Applicants can send resume and cover letter to 2040 E Hunter in Nevada, attention Dianna Boultinghouse, by email at dmaus@vernoncosherriff.org OR visit www.vernoncosheriff.org to submit your resume.

THE CITY OF CASPER, WYOMING
invites applications for the position of Police Officer

SALARY: $27.03 – $34.55 Hourly
$4,685.20 – $5,988.67 Monthly
$56,222.40 – $71,864.00 Annually

OPENING DATE:
03/24/22
CLOSING DATE:
05/16/22 12:00 AM

CLASS SUMMARY:

Next Testing Period – May 23rd
(location and times to be announced)
Apply directly through our website at: https://casperwy.gov/

Applicants are responsible for reviewing the testing information to get details on the testing dates,
locations, and requirements. All communication about the testing process will be through the email
address each applicant provides on his/her application.

Incumbents are responsible for responding to calls for service and enforcing local, State, and
Federal statutes.

REPORTING STRUCTURE:
Receives general supervision from assigned Police Sergeant or higher-level supervisory and
management staff.
This position is driving essential (see driving requirements).

Potential for sign-on bonus:
Lateral Police Officer program pay depending on police experience
Wyoming lateral Police Officers who meet certain criteria $12,500 sign-on bonus
Out of state lateral Police Officers who meet certain criteria $7,500 sign-on bonus
Previous Wyoming Police Officers decertified through absence $5,000 sign-on bonus
Entry-level Police Officers one-time sign-on bonus of $3,000

Total Compensation
Employee Benefits

Learn more about our community:
https://www.visitcasper.com/
https://casperwyoming.org/
https://choosecpr.com/

TYPICAL CLASS ESSENTIAL DUTIES:
1. Patrols assigned area and responds to routine and complex emergency situations; assesses
nature of situation and scene; and mediates disputes.
2. Explains and enforces applicable Federal, State, and local laws and ordinances.
3. Conducts preliminary investigations on all crimes/accidents, incidents, and any other criminal
law violations.
4. Interviews witnesses, victims, suspects, and arrested persons to obtain pertinent information
concerning accidents/crimes; and conducts searches.
5. Makes arrests or takes persons into custody by carrying out duties in conjunction with Federal,
State, and local laws and ordinances
6. Enforces traffic laws; patrols or conducts stationary observation of traffic; utilizes radar to
detect speed violations; stops suspicious vehicles for investigation; investigates accidents; issues
warnings, citations, and arrests for violations; uses standard field sobriety tests to determine
impairment.
7. Prepares accurate and timely reports including accident, arrest, and various administrative
reports.
8. Gathers and preserves physical evidence.
9. Testifies in courtroom proceedings.
10. Represents the City of Casper by responding to the public, citizens, its employees, and
others in a prompt, professional, and courteous manner while continuously maintaining a positive
customer service demeanor.
11. Performs other duties of a similar nature or level.

Knowledge (position requirements at entry):
Knowledge of:
• Customer service principles.
• Proper English, including spelling, punctuation, and grammar.
• Modern office equipment and practices.
Abilities (position requirements at entry):
Ability to:
• Work a variety of shifts including weekends, nights, and holidays; subject to be on call as
needed (must respond within 20 minutes).
• Learn local geography including street names, numbering systems, directional orientation, and
major landmarks.
• Provide customer service.
• Act quickly and calmly in emergencies and stressful situations.
• Maintain proper use of vehicles, equipment, and apparatus including the use and care of
firearms.
• Routinely demonstrate the City of Casper core values.
• Follow all City safety rules and procedures and immediately report all accidents/incidents or
unsafe conditions to a supervisor.
• Prepare and maintain accurate records and reports.
• Maintain confidentiality.
• Analyze situations quickly and objectively and determine and take appropriate action.
• Learn standard broadcasting procedures of a police radio system.
• Comply with all training requirements.
• Prepare accurate and grammatically correct written reports.
• Learn and apply modern police practices and methods.
• Learn and apply department procedures, rules and regulations.
• Learn and apply applicable Federal and State laws, city ordinances, judicial rulings, and laws of
arrest.
• Learn safety practices and procedures.
• Learn and apply recordkeeping principles.
• Learn to drive an emergency vehicle under hazardous and/or emergency conditions.
• Learn court and evidence procedures.
• Operate modern office equipment including body cameras, in-car video system, and specialized
software systems.
• Learn and apply appropriate offensive and defensive weapons nomenclature and theory.
• Utilize self-defense tactics.
• Maintain a neat and professional appearance.
• Communicate effectively verbally and in writing.
• Follow written and verbal instructions and direction.
• Establish and maintain effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of
work.

Skills (position requirements at entry):
Skill in:
• Communicating in a courteous, knowledgeable, and tactful manner with staff and the general
public.
• Customer service.
• Oral and written communication, sufficient to exchange or convey effective information and to
receive work direction.
• Operating modern office equipment, including computer software and operating
systems/applications.

TRAINING, EXPERIENCE & CERTIFICATIONS:
EDUCATION and EXPERIENCE:
• High school diploma or equivalent (G.E.D.) required.
• 21 years of age at the time of graduation from the Wyoming Law Enforcement Academy.

LICENSING and CERTIFICATIONS:
• Possession of, or ability to obtain, a valid Wyoming Driver’s License within six (6) months of
hire.
• Possession of, or ability to obtain, a Wyoming Peace Officer Standards & Training (POST)
Certification, within twelve (12) months of hire.
• Must be legally qualified to possess and purchase a firearm.

SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION & PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:
The above job description is intended to represent only the key areas of responsibilities; specific
position assignments will vary depending on the business needs of the department.

Women, minorities, and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

Employment subject to extensive background investigation, including polygraph and psychological
examination. The successful candidate must pass a pre-employment drug screen test.

As a condition of employment, the successful candidate must utilize direct deposit for payroll
purposes.

Driving records are required for all new employees regardless of the position’s driving
requirements. If the employee has not held a Wyoming driver’s license for the last three years, the
employee must provide at their own initiation and expense a driving record from their previous
state(s) of residence.

Physical and Environmental Conditions: City of Casper employees that perform safety
sensitive tasks are subject to pre-employment and/or random drug testing. These tasks include,
but may not be limited to:
• Emergency response/rescue
• Handling or working with hazardous materials, including chemicals as well as solid and liquid
waste
• Operating or maintaining water and wastewater systems
• Maintaining City computer and data systems including networks, servers, communication
systems, etc.
• Driving for the City of Casper, whether essential or non-essential
• Operating power-driven machinery or equipment
• Handling confidential information, including personnel, health, financial, or attorney-client
information
• Working with or around children

Positions in this class typically require: balancing, stooping, climbing, scaling, crouching, reaching,
standing, walking, running, lifting, grasping, feeling, talking, hearing, seeing, and repetitive motions.
Medium Work: Exerting up to 50 pounds of force occasionally, and/or up to 20 pounds of force
frequently, and/or up-to 10 pounds of force constantly to lift, carry, push, and pull or otherwise
move objects, including the human body.

Incumbents may be subjected to loud noises, light disturbance, workspace restrictions, dusts,
odors, fumes, and chemicals. Incumbents may be subject to perform duties either indoors or
outdoors and on uneven terrain, which may include extreme climate/weather conditions.
Incumbents may be subjected to exposure and risk in working with hostile, resistant, and unstable
persons. The nature of duties involves constant mental and visual attention, and potential personal
danger. Incumbents in this position will be in situations where they may experience
critical/traumatic events and need to have the ability to quickly move between work spaces and/or
facilities.

Driving Requirements: For driving essential positions, employment with the City of Casper is
contingent upon a satisfactory driving record. A driving record that reflects any of the following
criteria is considered unsatisfactory:

1) Convicted of three (3) or more moving violations within the previous 36 months (three separate, individual incidents);

2) A conviction within the previous 36 months of any of the following:

  • Driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol;
  • Leaving the scene of an accident;
  • Fleeing to avoid arrest;
  • Reckless Driving;
  • Homicide or assault by motor vehicle;
  • Driving without auto insurance;
  • Driving on a suspended license;
  • Refusal to take blood/breathalyzer test for suspected DUI or impaired driving.

If you have questions regarding the background screen, pre-employment drug test or driving
record, please contact the Human Resources Office at (307)235-8344 prior to accepting a job offer.

APPLICATIONS MAY BE FILED ONLINE AT:
http://www.casperwy.gov
200 N. David – Human Resources
Suite 107
Casper, WY 82601
(307)235-8344
(307)235-8421
hrood@casperwy.gov
Position #1132-07 POLICE OFFICER

The Schuyler County Sheriff’s Office has an immediate opening for A Full-Time DEPUTY SHERIFF
  • Starting salary up to $33200.00 per year
  • $30 per month cell phone allowance
  • Take home vehicle 
  • County employees retirement fund(CERF)
  • Small County working environment
  • 12 hour shifts with every other weekend off (Friday,Saturday and Sunday)
  • Vacation and sick pay
  • Uniforms and equipment provided
  • Must be POST certified. If you are not POST certified, contact us for possible sponsorship through the academy.
  • The Schuyler County Sheriff’s Office an Equal Opportunity Employer
Please apply in person at 110 W Washington St in Lancaster Missouri. You may contact the Sheriff at 660-956-9493 or by email at schuylersheriff969@gmail.com for more information. 
 
The Cape Girardeau County Sheriff’s Office is now accepting applications for the communications officer position.
 
Applicants must be at least 18 years old at the time of employment, possess a high school diploma or equivalent, be a U.S. citizen, and not have any felony record or convictions for any crime involving moral turpitude.
 
Applicants will ideally have general computer knowledge, be able to deal well with the public professionally, and complete multiple tasks simultaneously.
 
The position works 12-hour shifts, including days and nights, with rotating days on and off, including holidays.
 
Primary duties include, but are not limited to:
  • Answering emergency (911) calls and non-emergency calls for service
  • Serving as the central answering point for the Sheriff’s Office
  • Logging calls for service and dispositions into our computer-aided dispatch programs
  • Dispatching a radio law enforcement officer, fire departments, and medical first responders to calls for service
  • Entering and maintaining warrants, orders of protection, and updating the sex offender registry.
Prior experience is not required.
 
Starting pay is $16.00 an hour. In addition, to pay, the position includes a standard county benefits package, including 12 paid holidays, two retirement programs, health, dental, and vision insurance, paid vacation time, and a $50.00 monthly uniform allowance.
 
Interested parties can pick up an application at the sheriff’s office at 216 N. Missouri St. Jackson, MO 63755 or complete one online or download one from our website www.capecountysheriff.org
 
For more information, please contact Lt. Zachary Dillard at 573-243-3551.

The Lewis County Sheriff’s Office is looking to hire a part-time cook.

The schedule would be every other weekend and one night a week with pay being $11.15 per hour.

If interested, please contact the office at 573-767-5287 or stop by to get an application.

Hiring Now In Cole County, Missouri: Patrol Officers and Detention Officers
 
Starting Salaries:
Post Certified Deputies $40,000 + Benefits
Detention Officers $35,000 + Benefits
+ up to $5200 in premium pay based on start date
 
Excellent Benefits Package includes:
  • Missouri’s Local Government Employees Retirement System (LAGERS)
  • County Employees Retirement Fund (CERF)
  • Fully-paid Employer Paid Health Insurance
  • Partially-paid Spouse and Dependent Paid Health Insurance
  • 13 Paid Holidays
  • Paid Vacation Time
  • Paid Sick Leave
  • Cell Phone Stipends for some
  • All Equipment needed is provided
  • Take home car is available to Patrol Deputies
  • In house gym
With 115 employees and four divisions (Administration, Patrol, Support Services and Detention) we offer opportunity for growth and advancement.
 
Cole County is a suburban-rural area of 398 square miles where Missouri’s State Capitol resides. Our 75,000 residents are extremely supportive of law enforcement which is helpful in making ours an excellent work environment.

Submit your resume to be considered for a position or for more information you can go to: https://colecounty.org/220/Sheriffs-Office

The Cole County Sheriff’s Department is an Equal Opportunity Employer Patrol

The Washington County Sheriff’s Office has an immediate opening for a Deputy Sheriff-Bailiff/Process Server.

Must be POST certified.

We offer paid health, vision and dental insurance for the employee, a retirement package, Monday-Friday, some weekends, paid bi-weekly, and more.

If you are interested in becoming a part of our team, apply at the Washington County Sheriff’s Office at 116 W. High Street Potosi, MO 63664 or online.

The Washington County Sheriff’s Office is an equal opportunity employer.

The Andrew County Sheriff’s Office is now accepting applications for the positions of Detention Officer – both Deputy and Civilian – as well as 911 dispatchers.
 
Benefits include:
$15.30 / hr.
Paid training
Uniforms and equipment provided (if required)
12 hour shifts with every other weekend off
Paid holidays
Paid vacation
Paid sick leave
Health insurance
Vision and dental insurance (optional)
2 retirement plans
 
Applications can be picked up at the Sheriff’s Office located at 400 E. Main Street, Savannah, Mo 64485.
The Iron County Sheriff’s Office has immediate openings for A Full-Time DEPUTY SHERIFF
 
  • Competitive salary
  • Paid health insurance for employee
  • Health savings plan
  • County employees retirement fund
  • LAGERS retirement
  • 12 hour rotating shifts with every other weekend off
  • Vacation and sick pay
  • Uniforms provided
 
If you have any questions please contact Detective Chris Barton cbarton@icsomo.org

The Morgan County Sheriff’s Office has several road deputy positions available. 

Starting Pay: $42,550.40

Benefits include paid health insurance, retirement, 14 paid holidays, 8 hours sick leave earned per month, and paid vacation.

Apply in person at 211 E. Newton, Versailles; email Rick Bias at rbias@morgancountymo.gov; or apply online.

Cooper County Sheriff’s Office is seeking to hire motivated staff members for Detention Officers and Court House Security Officers.

Pay is based on training and experience.
 
Apply at the office for an immediate interview or online.
 
Options for academy contracts.
Hiring Now In Cole County, Missouri: Patrol Officers and Detention Officers
 
Starting Salaries:
Post Certified Deputies $40,000 + Benefits
Detention Officers $35,000 + Benefits
+ up to $5200 in premium pay based on start date
 
Excellent Benefits Package includes:
Missouri’s Local Government Employees Retirement System (LAGERS)
County Employees Retirement Fund (CERF)
Fully-paid Employer Paid Health Insurance
Partially-paid Spouse and Dependant Paid Health Insurance
13 Paid Holidays
Paid Vacation Time
Paid Sick Leave
Cell Phone Stipends for some
All Equipment needed is provided
Take home car is available to Patrol Deputies
In house gym
 
With 115 employees and four divisions (Administration, Patrol, Support Services and Detention) we offer opportunity for growth and advancement.
 
Cole County is a suburban-rural area of 398 square miles where Missouri’s State Capitol resides. Our 75,000 residents are extremely supportive of law enforcement which is helpful in making ours an excellent work environment.
 

Submit your resume to be considered for a position or for more information you can go to: https://colecounty.org/220/Sheriffs-Office

 
The Cole County Sheriff’s Department is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
The Maries County Sheriff’s Office is taking applications for part time Dispatchers/Jailers.
 
The part-time shifts available are 7 days a week either: 7:00am-3:00pm or 3:00pm-11:00pm.
 
Starting pay is $15/hour.
 
Position requires a person who is at least 18 years of age, can pass a pre-employment drug test, random drug tests, pass a background check, possesses good interpersonal skills, and has a desire to serve their community with an agency that is more like a family than a job.
 
Pick up an application at the Sheriff’s Office in Vienna or email a resume to sjohn@mariescountymo.gov

The Newton County Sheriff’s Office is Hiring Corrections Officers

Starting Pay: $14.89 hourly pay rate.
Pay increase to $15.14 after successful 90-day probation period.

Full-time position, applicants with an active Missouri POST license can be commissioned after probationary period.

Health, Vision and Dental Insurance benefits available.

CERF Retirement Plan.

Uniforms and duty gear provided.

Job Duties/Responsibilities:

  • Monitors and directs group and individual behavior among the inmates to prevent, control and resolve inmate problems or conflicts.
  • Escorts and/or transports inmates to and from various activities within and outside the jail.
  • Assists with the inmate admission, classification and release processes.
  • Monitors and directs various inmate programs (e.g. recreation, visitation, etc.).
  • Provides and summons assistance and aid for inmates while maintaining the safety and security of the facility.
  • Dispenses authorized medications and administers first aid and CPR.
  • Delivers meals, mail, supplies, etc., to the inmates.
  • Maintains necessary financial records (e.g. cash accounts in inmate and canteen funds, bail, fines, etc.).
  • Collects, maintains, and completes necessary records and reports (e.g. criminal history, medical screening, medication delivery, inmate activity, inmate property, fingerprints, photographs, visitor logs, incident and discipline reports, etc.).
  • Searches and observes inmates, visitors, vendors, and others to ensure security.
  • Inspects all jail areas to ensure adherence to all jail policies and procedures (e.g. sanitation, security, etc.) and ensures that these aspects of the jail operation are maintained.
  • Acts as an unrestricted Deputy Sheriff in emergency situations such as riots, large scale civil disobedience, natural disasters and other situations as determined by the Sheriff.
  • Demonstrates punctual and reliable attendance in accordance with designated work schedule.
  • Complies with applicable safety rules, laws, and practices; uses proper safety equipment and procedures in all operations.
  • Performs other related duties and responsibilities as assigned.


Reports to:
Immediate Supervisor; Corrections Corporal; Corrections Sergeant; Corrections Division Lieutenant

Requirements for applicants:

  • Must be a U.S. Citizen
  • At least 18 years of age
  • Must possess a high school diploma or GED
  • Must meet vision, hearing and physical agility standards (WorkSTEPS®)
  • Must possess a valid Missouri driver’s license
  • Be able to pass a reference and background investigation, which may include a polygraph/voice stress exam
  • Able to work 12-hour shifts
  • Experience is preferred but not necessary to apply.


If you have previously applied for this position in the last 6 months, do not re-apply.
Applications will be accepted until this post is removed.

Any questions regarding this position may be forwarded to Corrections Lieutenant Mike Barnett – 417-451-8311

JAIL: Applications will be accepted by e-mail, in person, mail, or fax 417-451-8352

The Child Advocacy Center of Northeast Missouri is seeking a Prevention Education Specialist

Job Details:

Full-time
Wentzville, MO
 

Job Description

Prevention Education Specialist – 10 Month, Academic Year – Wentzville Position Description: The Prevention Education Specialist will deliver school and community-based presentations on various child abuse prevention topics for professionals who are mandated reporters, parents, and children of preschool through high school age.
 
In addition, the Prevention Education Specialist will attend community meetings and participate in community events to represent The Child Advocacy Center of Northeast Missouri when appropriate.
 
Primary Job Duties and Responsibilities
  • 1. Provide agency approved presentations for children ranging from Early Childhood thru High School on various topics of sexual abuse prevention.
  • 2. Provide agency approved presentations for parents on sexual abuse prevention.
  • 3. Provide mandated reporter trainings for professionals who work with children.
  • 4. Maintain contact with counselors or staff/administrators to schedule programs for assigned schools.
  • 5. Grade and import data collected from presentations.
  • 6. Maintain data and statistics for reporting purposes.
  • 7. Research and update to programs to ensure best practice.
  • 8. Attend community meetings, as needed.
  • 9. Serve as a representative of the agency.
  • 10. Other duties as assigned. Qualifications Minimum of a bachelor’s degree in education, criminal justice, social work, or human services field or 3-5 years of field experience.

Benefits include: 14 paid holidays, generous PTO, medical/vision/dental insurance, and more.

Reports to and supervised by: Prevention Education Program

Director Classification: Non exempt 10 month/academic year schedule

Schedule

Standard business schedule
 

Benefits

Medical insurance
Paid time off
Dental insurance
Vision insurance
 
 
The Child Advocacy Center of Northeast Missouri is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

LEWIS COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE IS HIRING

 

Starting Pay: $35,000 a Year – Negotiable If Prior Experience

Full Benefits Package Including Health Insurance, Retirement, Paid Overtime, Paid Holidays, Etc.

  • All Equipment Provided by County
  • Take Home Vehicle

For Inquiries Call 573-767-5287

 

The Carroll County Sheriff’s Office is hiring deputies.

We have immediate openings if you know someone that would be willing to relocate and start, or continue, their career in Carroll County.

Please spread the word.

Applications can be picked up at the office or apply online on our Facebook page.

POST License is required.

The Platte County Sheriff’s Office is currently accepting applications for full time Civilian Detention Officers.
 
Qualified candidates must
  • Be at least 18 years of age
  • Possess a high school diploma or GED
  • Successfully complete all phases of the employment process.
 
Initial Uniforms and Equipment provided. After 12 months, a $50/month uniform allowance is added to the salary for maintenance and upkeep.
 
If you are interested in receiving more information or would like to get started in the employment process, please click here.
 
For further information call the Platte County Sheriff’s Office at (816) 858-2424
 
The Platte County Sheriff’s Office an Equal Opportunity Employer. We consider applicants for all positions without regard to race, color, religion, creed, gender, national origin, age, disability, marital or veteran status, or other protected status.

SEMA has an opening for a Regional Coordinator in the St. Louis area.

SALARY: 58,452.47

The Missouri State Emergency Management Agency has responsibility for coordinating disaster response and recovery operations across Missouri – responding to everything from tornadoes and flooding to ice storms to the coronavirus pandemic. SEMA operates the State Emergency Operations Center and provides training and grants to strengthen Missouri’s resilience against natural disasters. 
SEMA’s mission is to help our fellow Missourians prepare for, respond to and recover from all emergencies. Each step will be guided by our core values of respect, integrity, trust, honesty and compassion.

Job Description:
•    Liaison between local officials (including Emergency Management Directors) and SEMA on all matters relating to emergency management. 
•    Work with the Statewide Volunteer Services Coordinator to integrate volunteer services responsibilities in local emergency management activities. 
•    Conduct four quarterly Regional Coordinator meetings/workshops annually to inform and train local officials in their duties and responsibilities. 
•    Assist local officials in the development or revision of all-hazard emergency operations plans.
•    Support the SEMA training program through participation in courses, seminars and workshops. Participate in state-level exercises.
•    Complete all required paperwork accurately and in a timely manner. Participate in scheduled conference calls and internal regional coordinator meetings.
•    Maintain communication with the Division Supervisor to keep him/her advised on regional activities and emergencies.
•    Other duties as assigned.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
•    Knowledge of the phases of emergency management and their relevance to public safety. 
•    Knowledge of the policies, regulations, guides, and precedents pertinent to the assigned emergency management phase(s). 
•    Knowledge of the National Incident Management System (NIMS) and Homeland Security Exercise and Evaluation Program (HSEEP). 
•    Skill in managing and resolving conflict in high intensity situations.  
•    Ability to gather, correlate, summarize, interpret, and report a variety of technical information and data. Ability to analyze implications, identify trends, and apply conclusions to complex problems. 
•    Ability to operate a motor vehicle and maintain a valid vehicle operator’s license. 
•    Ability to work nights, weekends, holidays and overtime as required.  
•    Ability to comprehend, interpret, communicate, and apply regulations, procedures, and related emergency management information.  
•    Knowledge of the different types of private, volunteer, and governmental emergency response and recovery programs and their purpose. 

Qualifications:
Bachelor’s degree and 2-4 years of relevant experience. (Substitutions may be allowed.)

Job Location:  This position will be located at Region C (UASI) includes St. Charles, St. Louis, Franklin, St. Louis City and Jefferson counties.

If you have questions about this position please contact:
DPS.Hires@dps.mo.gov

The State of Missouri is an equal opportunity employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees.

For details and how to apply click here.

 
Cole County Sheriff’s Office is Hiring  Patrol Officers and Detention Officers
 
Starting Salaries:
Post Certified Deputies $40,000 + Benefits
Detention Officers $35,000 + Benefits
+ up to $5200 in premium pay based on start date
 
Excellent Benefits Package includes:
Missouri’s Local Government Employees Retirement System (LAGERS)
County Employees Retirement Fund (CERF)
Fully-paid Employer Paid Health Insurance
Partially-paid Spouse and Dependant Paid Health Insurance
13 Paid Holidays
Paid Vacation Time
Paid Sick Leave
Cell Phone Stipends for some
All Equipment needed is provided
Take home car is available to Patrol Deputies
In house gym
 
With 115 employees and four divisions (Administration, Patrol, Support Services and Detention) we offer opportunity for growth and advancement.
 
Cole County is a suburban-rural area of 398 square miles where Missouri’s State Capitol resides. Our 75,000 residents are extremely supportive of law enforcement which is helpful in making ours an excellent work environment.
 
Submit your resume to be considered for a position or for more information you can go to: https://colecounty.org/220/Sheriffs-Office
 
The Cole County Sheriff’s Department is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Newton County Sheriff’s Office has an opening for a patrol deputy.

Starting pay: $18.97/hour
Pay increase after successful 90-day probation period.
Full-time position, commissioned.
Health, Vision and Dental Insurance benefits available. CERF Retirement Plan.
​Uniforms, equipment, duty gear, POST continuing education and patrol vehicle are provided*.

Responsibilities:
Maintain law and order and serve legal process of the courts by performing duties, including but not limited to; processing citizen complaints, documenting and writing reports on law violations, transporting prisoners, service of civil process, and overall general law enforcement in the county.

Requirements for applicants:

  • Be at least 21 years of age
  • Must be a U.S. Citizen and reside in the State of Missouri
  • Must possess high school diploma or GED
  • Must possess current Missouri P.O.S.T. certification or equivalent from another state
  • Must be able to work rotating 12-hour shifts
  • Must meet vision, hearing and physical agility standards (WorkSTEPS®)
  • Must possess a valid Missouri driver’s license
  • Be able to pass a reference and background investigation, which may include a polygraph/voice stress exam
  • Be able to relocate within Newton County in a reasonable amount of time, as determined by the Sheriff
  • All probationary deputies must successfully pass NCSO field training program

*residency requirement for take home patrol vehicle

Reports to:
Shift Sergeant; Patrol Division Lieutenant

Two years of prior law enforcement experience is preferred but not necessary to apply.

Applications will be accepted until this posting is removed.
Any questions regarding this position may be forwarded to Patrol Lieutenant Trevor Williams – 417-451-8300

PATROL: Applications will be accepted by e-mail, in person, mail, or fax 417-451-8352

CAREER OPPORTUNITY
MISSOURI DIVISION OF ALCOHOL AND TOBACCO CONTROL

Title:

Agent

Location:

Jefferson City District Office
1738 E. Elm St. – Lower Level Jefferson City, MO 65101
$46,423.68 Annual Salary

DESCRIPTION:
A vacancy currently exists within the Division of Alcohol and Tobacco Control. The position works from the Jefferson City District Office and will be assigned a designated territory within the boundaries of District 2 (see
https://atc.dps.mo.gov/about/contact_us.html). Agents of the Division are responsible for enforcing all Missouri statutes and regulations relating to the manufacture, distribution and sale of alcoholic beverages as set out in Chapter 311, RSMo.

BENEFITS
Agents are provided a state vehicle for work-related travel, and scheduling allows for some flexibility when not assigned to the district office. The State of Missouri also offers a comprehensive benefits package, which can be reviewed here, https://oa.mo.gov/state-employees-new#mini-panel-state-employees-tabs2. Annual grant programs also provide Agents an opportunity to earn overtime pay.

EXAMPLES OF WORK PERFORMED:
Business hours for the district office are 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday; however, an Agent’s hours will routinely vary, and will generally consist of approximately 40% office work and 60% field work, with fluctuations based on seasonal demand and staffing. Each district is responsible for conducting weekly enforcement activities which may consist of late nights, extended hours, weekend work, and possible overnight stays.

Office/administrative duties include, but are not limited to: serving as the primary point of contact for liquor license applicants, licensees, city/county clerks and local law enforcement agencies within a designated territory, and to review liquor license applications for completeness and eligibility.

Field work includes, but is not limited to: conducting retailer education training programs, completing routine inspections and site visits, investigating citizen complaints/surveillance, conducting joint enforcement activities with local law enforcement agencies, and conducting self-initiated and supervisor-directed enforcement activities primarily consisting of plainclothes operations.

QUALIFICATIONS:
To qualify for the position, the applicant must:

 Be a United States citizen and taxpaying resident of Missouri at time of hire;
 Possess a valid Missouri driver license;
 Be proficient in the English language;
 Possess a high school diploma or an equivalent certificate;
 Possess a Class A Missouri POST license at the time of appointment;
 Possess ordinary physical strength;
 Have a minimum of two (2) years law enforcement experience;
o College coursework in criminal justice or a closely related field or military police service may be substituted on a year-for-year basis.
 Reside within 60 miles of the office or relocate within six months; and,
 Be able to pass a job-related assessment exam, oral interview, criminal record check and background investigation, drug screening, polygraph, and psychological evaluation.

APPLICATION PROCEDURE:
Individuals who wish to be considered for this position must complete a State of Missouri Application on the MO Careers website. Completed applications, with any supplemental documents such as a cover letter, resume, college/university transcript(s), etc., must be completed and submitted by Tuesday, March 22, 2022, at 11:59 P.M., Central Standard Time. The MO Careers website can be accessed via
https://mocareers.mo.gov/hiretrue/mo/mocareers/index.html.

ASSESSMENT TESTING AND INTERVIEWS:
Computerized assessment tests will be conducted at the Jefferson City district office. Candidates meeting the minimum qualifications will be contacted for scheduling purposes.
Interviews will be scheduled at a later determined date.

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY STATEMENT:
The Division of Alcohol and Tobacco Control is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will be considered for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability status, or any other non-merit factor.

The City of Bourbon, Missouri is accepting applications for the position of Police Officer. All applicants must be a U.S. citizen, must be 21 years of age, a graduate of high school or possess a G.E.D equivalent, possess a valid Missouri Driver’s license and be Missouri P.O.S.T. Certified. 

Starting salary for this position will be $18.25 per hour, 13 paid holidays Shift Differential, Grant Time Pay, Paid Overtime.

Work schedule:

12 hour shifts, rotate every 2 months between days and nights , off every other Friday, Saturday, and Sunday

Benefits:

  • Health and dental insurance, and vision 100% paid for by the city
  • Lagers 100% paid for by the city
  • 75% paid health insurance for spouse.

Applications can be picked up at the Bourbon Police Department, 355 E. Pine St. Bourbon Mo 65441. For questions or to request an application call 573-732-4838/573-732-5550. Applications will be accepted until Position is filled. The City of Bourbon is an equal opportunity employer.

 

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The hardest part of any important task is getting started on it in the first place. When exploring grant opportunities and trying to learn how to navigate the process, it can be overwhelming. If you are just getting started with grants, you’ll find greater success by taking the time to understand the basics.

At Lexipol, we’ve developed a beginner’s guide to get you up to speed on the basics of understanding exactly what a grant is, and how you can best prepare your department to submit a competitive application.

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  The Osage County Sheriff’s Office is currently accepting applications for Sheriff’s Deputies.

The Sheriff’s Office offers competitive pay and opportunities of advancement through promotion. Salaries start at $40,000 per year. Apply online at www.osagesheriff.org or call 573-897-3927 to inquire.

Qualifications:·

  • High school diploma or equivalent.·
  • Must be 21 years of age or older.·
  • Must possess a valid Missouri operator’s license at time of appointment.·
  • Must possess a valid class A or B Missouri Peace Officer License or current enrollment in a police academy.·
  • Must pass a pre-employment drug screen prior to appointment.·

Applicants must be able to meet the physical demands of law enforcement activities which include, but not limited to, the ability to make forcible arrests and operate law enforcement equipment.·

Applicant must meet minimum qualifications set forth by the FBI and MSHP CJIS Security policy.

Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

*Osage County and its Sheriff’s Office have adopted a strong policy in regards to hiring, conditions of employments, and promotions not to discriminate in any way in regard to gender, race, color, national or ethnic origin, ancestry, religious beliefs, handicap or disability, sexual orientation, gender identity/expression, marital or parental status, military or veteran status, political affiliation or age.

Osage County is an Affirmative Action Employer.

 

 

The Vernon County Sheriff’s Office is now taking applications for:

Jail Administrator: $42,806.40

The position of jail administrator is responsible for the day to day operations of the jail including, scheduling, record keeping, approving incident reports, and advising the Sheriff on policy and procedures, contracts as well as coordinating with the inmate transportation unit. This position is a management position that requires some “hands-on” work in the jail when employees are on vacation or out for training.

Post Certification is preferred, or the ability to complete Police Academy within 24 months.

Full Benefits package included along with take home vehicle, gym membership, and cell phone.

To Apply: Applicants can send resume and cover letter to 2040 E Hunter in Nevada, attention Dianna Boultinghouse, by email at dmaus@vernoncosherriff.org OR visit www.vernoncosheriff.org to submit your resume.

THE CITY OF CASPER, WYOMING
invites applications for the position of Police Officer

SALARY: $27.03 – $34.55 Hourly
$4,685.20 – $5,988.67 Monthly
$56,222.40 – $71,864.00 Annually

OPENING DATE:
03/24/22
CLOSING DATE:
05/16/22 12:00 AM

CLASS SUMMARY:

Next Testing Period – May 23rd
(location and times to be announced)
Apply directly through our website at: https://casperwy.gov/

Applicants are responsible for reviewing the testing information to get details on the testing dates,
locations, and requirements. All communication about the testing process will be through the email
address each applicant provides on his/her application.

Incumbents are responsible for responding to calls for service and enforcing local, State, and
Federal statutes.

REPORTING STRUCTURE:
Receives general supervision from assigned Police Sergeant or higher-level supervisory and
management staff.
This position is driving essential (see driving requirements).

Potential for sign-on bonus:
Lateral Police Officer program pay depending on police experience
Wyoming lateral Police Officers who meet certain criteria $12,500 sign-on bonus
Out of state lateral Police Officers who meet certain criteria $7,500 sign-on bonus
Previous Wyoming Police Officers decertified through absence $5,000 sign-on bonus
Entry-level Police Officers one-time sign-on bonus of $3,000

Total Compensation
Employee Benefits

Learn more about our community:
https://www.visitcasper.com/
https://casperwyoming.org/
https://choosecpr.com/

TYPICAL CLASS ESSENTIAL DUTIES:
1. Patrols assigned area and responds to routine and complex emergency situations; assesses
nature of situation and scene; and mediates disputes.
2. Explains and enforces applicable Federal, State, and local laws and ordinances.
3. Conducts preliminary investigations on all crimes/accidents, incidents, and any other criminal
law violations.
4. Interviews witnesses, victims, suspects, and arrested persons to obtain pertinent information
concerning accidents/crimes; and conducts searches.
5. Makes arrests or takes persons into custody by carrying out duties in conjunction with Federal,
State, and local laws and ordinances
6. Enforces traffic laws; patrols or conducts stationary observation of traffic; utilizes radar to
detect speed violations; stops suspicious vehicles for investigation; investigates accidents; issues
warnings, citations, and arrests for violations; uses standard field sobriety tests to determine
impairment.
7. Prepares accurate and timely reports including accident, arrest, and various administrative
reports.
8. Gathers and preserves physical evidence.
9. Testifies in courtroom proceedings.
10. Represents the City of Casper by responding to the public, citizens, its employees, and
others in a prompt, professional, and courteous manner while continuously maintaining a positive
customer service demeanor.
11. Performs other duties of a similar nature or level.

Knowledge (position requirements at entry):
Knowledge of:
• Customer service principles.
• Proper English, including spelling, punctuation, and grammar.
• Modern office equipment and practices.
Abilities (position requirements at entry):
Ability to:
• Work a variety of shifts including weekends, nights, and holidays; subject to be on call as
needed (must respond within 20 minutes).
• Learn local geography including street names, numbering systems, directional orientation, and
major landmarks.
• Provide customer service.
• Act quickly and calmly in emergencies and stressful situations.
• Maintain proper use of vehicles, equipment, and apparatus including the use and care of
firearms.
• Routinely demonstrate the City of Casper core values.
• Follow all City safety rules and procedures and immediately report all accidents/incidents or
unsafe conditions to a supervisor.
• Prepare and maintain accurate records and reports.
• Maintain confidentiality.
• Analyze situations quickly and objectively and determine and take appropriate action.
• Learn standard broadcasting procedures of a police radio system.
• Comply with all training requirements.
• Prepare accurate and grammatically correct written reports.
• Learn and apply modern police practices and methods.
• Learn and apply department procedures, rules and regulations.
• Learn and apply applicable Federal and State laws, city ordinances, judicial rulings, and laws of
arrest.
• Learn safety practices and procedures.
• Learn and apply recordkeeping principles.
• Learn to drive an emergency vehicle under hazardous and/or emergency conditions.
• Learn court and evidence procedures.
• Operate modern office equipment including body cameras, in-car video system, and specialized
software systems.
• Learn and apply appropriate offensive and defensive weapons nomenclature and theory.
• Utilize self-defense tactics.
• Maintain a neat and professional appearance.
• Communicate effectively verbally and in writing.
• Follow written and verbal instructions and direction.
• Establish and maintain effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of
work.

Skills (position requirements at entry):
Skill in:
• Communicating in a courteous, knowledgeable, and tactful manner with staff and the general
public.
• Customer service.
• Oral and written communication, sufficient to exchange or convey effective information and to
receive work direction.
• Operating modern office equipment, including computer software and operating
systems/applications.

TRAINING, EXPERIENCE & CERTIFICATIONS:
EDUCATION and EXPERIENCE:
• High school diploma or equivalent (G.E.D.) required.
• 21 years of age at the time of graduation from the Wyoming Law Enforcement Academy.

LICENSING and CERTIFICATIONS:
• Possession of, or ability to obtain, a valid Wyoming Driver’s License within six (6) months of
hire.
• Possession of, or ability to obtain, a Wyoming Peace Officer Standards & Training (POST)
Certification, within twelve (12) months of hire.
• Must be legally qualified to possess and purchase a firearm.

SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION & PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:
The above job description is intended to represent only the key areas of responsibilities; specific
position assignments will vary depending on the business needs of the department.

Women, minorities, and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

Employment subject to extensive background investigation, including polygraph and psychological
examination. The successful candidate must pass a pre-employment drug screen test.

As a condition of employment, the successful candidate must utilize direct deposit for payroll
purposes.

Driving records are required for all new employees regardless of the position’s driving
requirements. If the employee has not held a Wyoming driver’s license for the last three years, the
employee must provide at their own initiation and expense a driving record from their previous
state(s) of residence.

Physical and Environmental Conditions: City of Casper employees that perform safety
sensitive tasks are subject to pre-employment and/or random drug testing. These tasks include,
but may not be limited to:
• Emergency response/rescue
• Handling or working with hazardous materials, including chemicals as well as solid and liquid
waste
• Operating or maintaining water and wastewater systems
• Maintaining City computer and data systems including networks, servers, communication
systems, etc.
• Driving for the City of Casper, whether essential or non-essential
• Operating power-driven machinery or equipment
• Handling confidential information, including personnel, health, financial, or attorney-client
information
• Working with or around children

Positions in this class typically require: balancing, stooping, climbing, scaling, crouching, reaching,
standing, walking, running, lifting, grasping, feeling, talking, hearing, seeing, and repetitive motions.
Medium Work: Exerting up to 50 pounds of force occasionally, and/or up to 20 pounds of force
frequently, and/or up-to 10 pounds of force constantly to lift, carry, push, and pull or otherwise
move objects, including the human body.

Incumbents may be subjected to loud noises, light disturbance, workspace restrictions, dusts,
odors, fumes, and chemicals. Incumbents may be subject to perform duties either indoors or
outdoors and on uneven terrain, which may include extreme climate/weather conditions.
Incumbents may be subjected to exposure and risk in working with hostile, resistant, and unstable
persons. The nature of duties involves constant mental and visual attention, and potential personal
danger. Incumbents in this position will be in situations where they may experience
critical/traumatic events and need to have the ability to quickly move between work spaces and/or
facilities.

Driving Requirements: For driving essential positions, employment with the City of Casper is
contingent upon a satisfactory driving record. A driving record that reflects any of the following
criteria is considered unsatisfactory:

1) Convicted of three (3) or more moving violations within the previous 36 months (three separate, individual incidents);

2) A conviction within the previous 36 months of any of the following:

  • Driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol;
  • Leaving the scene of an accident;
  • Fleeing to avoid arrest;
  • Reckless Driving;
  • Homicide or assault by motor vehicle;
  • Driving without auto insurance;
  • Driving on a suspended license;
  • Refusal to take blood/breathalyzer test for suspected DUI or impaired driving.

If you have questions regarding the background screen, pre-employment drug test or driving
record, please contact the Human Resources Office at (307)235-8344 prior to accepting a job offer.

APPLICATIONS MAY BE FILED ONLINE AT:
http://www.casperwy.gov
200 N. David – Human Resources
Suite 107
Casper, WY 82601
(307)235-8344
(307)235-8421
hrood@casperwy.gov
Position #1132-07 POLICE OFFICER

The Schuyler County Sheriff’s Office has an immediate opening for A Full-Time DEPUTY SHERIFF
  • Starting salary up to $33200.00 per year
  • $30 per month cell phone allowance
  • Take home vehicle 
  • County employees retirement fund(CERF)
  • Small County working environment
  • 12 hour shifts with every other weekend off (Friday,Saturday and Sunday)
  • Vacation and sick pay
  • Uniforms and equipment provided
  • Must be POST certified. If you are not POST certified, contact us for possible sponsorship through the academy.
  • The Schuyler County Sheriff’s Office an Equal Opportunity Employer
Please apply in person at 110 W Washington St in Lancaster Missouri. You may contact the Sheriff at 660-956-9493 or by email at schuylersheriff969@gmail.com for more information. 
 
The Cape Girardeau County Sheriff’s Office is now accepting applications for the communications officer position.
 
Applicants must be at least 18 years old at the time of employment, possess a high school diploma or equivalent, be a U.S. citizen, and not have any felony record or convictions for any crime involving moral turpitude.
 
Applicants will ideally have general computer knowledge, be able to deal well with the public professionally, and complete multiple tasks simultaneously.
 
The position works 12-hour shifts, including days and nights, with rotating days on and off, including holidays.
 
Primary duties include, but are not limited to:
  • Answering emergency (911) calls and non-emergency calls for service
  • Serving as the central answering point for the Sheriff’s Office
  • Logging calls for service and dispositions into our computer-aided dispatch programs
  • Dispatching a radio law enforcement officer, fire departments, and medical first responders to calls for service
  • Entering and maintaining warrants, orders of protection, and updating the sex offender registry.
Prior experience is not required.
 
Starting pay is $16.00 an hour. In addition, to pay, the position includes a standard county benefits package, including 12 paid holidays, two retirement programs, health, dental, and vision insurance, paid vacation time, and a $50.00 monthly uniform allowance.
 
Interested parties can pick up an application at the sheriff’s office at 216 N. Missouri St. Jackson, MO 63755 or complete one online or download one from our website www.capecountysheriff.org
 
For more information, please contact Lt. Zachary Dillard at 573-243-3551.

The Lewis County Sheriff’s Office is looking to hire a part-time cook.

The schedule would be every other weekend and one night a week with pay being $11.15 per hour.

If interested, please contact the office at 573-767-5287 or stop by to get an application.

Hiring Now In Cole County, Missouri: Patrol Officers and Detention Officers
 
Starting Salaries:
Post Certified Deputies $40,000 + Benefits
Detention Officers $35,000 + Benefits
+ up to $5200 in premium pay based on start date
 
Excellent Benefits Package includes:
  • Missouri’s Local Government Employees Retirement System (LAGERS)
  • County Employees Retirement Fund (CERF)
  • Fully-paid Employer Paid Health Insurance
  • Partially-paid Spouse and Dependent Paid Health Insurance
  • 13 Paid Holidays
  • Paid Vacation Time
  • Paid Sick Leave
  • Cell Phone Stipends for some
  • All Equipment needed is provided
  • Take home car is available to Patrol Deputies
  • In house gym
With 115 employees and four divisions (Administration, Patrol, Support Services and Detention) we offer opportunity for growth and advancement.
 
Cole County is a suburban-rural area of 398 square miles where Missouri’s State Capitol resides. Our 75,000 residents are extremely supportive of law enforcement which is helpful in making ours an excellent work environment.

Submit your resume to be considered for a position or for more information you can go to: https://colecounty.org/220/Sheriffs-Office

The Cole County Sheriff’s Department is an Equal Opportunity Employer Patrol

The Washington County Sheriff’s Office has an immediate opening for a Deputy Sheriff-Bailiff/Process Server.

Must be POST certified.

We offer paid health, vision and dental insurance for the employee, a retirement package, Monday-Friday, some weekends, paid bi-weekly, and more.

If you are interested in becoming a part of our team, apply at the Washington County Sheriff’s Office at 116 W. High Street Potosi, MO 63664 or online.

The Washington County Sheriff’s Office is an equal opportunity employer.

The Andrew County Sheriff’s Office is now accepting applications for the positions of Detention Officer – both Deputy and Civilian – as well as 911 dispatchers.
 
Benefits include:
$15.30 / hr.
Paid training
Uniforms and equipment provided (if required)
12 hour shifts with every other weekend off
Paid holidays
Paid vacation
Paid sick leave
Health insurance
Vision and dental insurance (optional)
2 retirement plans
 
Applications can be picked up at the Sheriff’s Office located at 400 E. Main Street, Savannah, Mo 64485.
The Iron County Sheriff’s Office has immediate openings for A Full-Time DEPUTY SHERIFF
 
  • Competitive salary
  • Paid health insurance for employee
  • Health savings plan
  • County employees retirement fund
  • LAGERS retirement
  • 12 hour rotating shifts with every other weekend off
  • Vacation and sick pay
  • Uniforms provided
 
If you have any questions please contact Detective Chris Barton cbarton@icsomo.org

The Morgan County Sheriff’s Office has several road deputy positions available. 

Starting Pay: $42,550.40

Benefits include paid health insurance, retirement, 14 paid holidays, 8 hours sick leave earned per month, and paid vacation.

Apply in person at 211 E. Newton, Versailles; email Rick Bias at rbias@morgancountymo.gov; or apply online.

Cooper County Sheriff’s Office is seeking to hire motivated staff members for Detention Officers and Court House Security Officers.

Pay is based on training and experience.
 
Apply at the office for an immediate interview or online.
 
Options for academy contracts.
Hiring Now In Cole County, Missouri: Patrol Officers and Detention Officers
 
Starting Salaries:
Post Certified Deputies $40,000 + Benefits
Detention Officers $35,000 + Benefits
+ up to $5200 in premium pay based on start date
 
Excellent Benefits Package includes:
Missouri’s Local Government Employees Retirement System (LAGERS)
County Employees Retirement Fund (CERF)
Fully-paid Employer Paid Health Insurance
Partially-paid Spouse and Dependant Paid Health Insurance
13 Paid Holidays
Paid Vacation Time
Paid Sick Leave
Cell Phone Stipends for some
All Equipment needed is provided
Take home car is available to Patrol Deputies
In house gym
 
With 115 employees and four divisions (Administration, Patrol, Support Services and Detention) we offer opportunity for growth and advancement.
 
Cole County is a suburban-rural area of 398 square miles where Missouri’s State Capitol resides. Our 75,000 residents are extremely supportive of law enforcement which is helpful in making ours an excellent work environment.
 

Submit your resume to be considered for a position or for more information you can go to: https://colecounty.org/220/Sheriffs-Office

 
The Cole County Sheriff’s Department is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
The Maries County Sheriff’s Office is taking applications for part time Dispatchers/Jailers.
 
The part-time shifts available are 7 days a week either: 7:00am-3:00pm or 3:00pm-11:00pm.
 
Starting pay is $15/hour.
 
Position requires a person who is at least 18 years of age, can pass a pre-employment drug test, random drug tests, pass a background check, possesses good interpersonal skills, and has a desire to serve their community with an agency that is more like a family than a job.
 
Pick up an application at the Sheriff’s Office in Vienna or email a resume to sjohn@mariescountymo.gov

The Newton County Sheriff’s Office is Hiring Corrections Officers

Starting Pay: $14.89 hourly pay rate.
Pay increase to $15.14 after successful 90-day probation period.

Full-time position, applicants with an active Missouri POST license can be commissioned after probationary period.

Health, Vision and Dental Insurance benefits available.

CERF Retirement Plan.

Uniforms and duty gear provided.

Job Duties/Responsibilities:

  • Monitors and directs group and individual behavior among the inmates to prevent, control and resolve inmate problems or conflicts.
  • Escorts and/or transports inmates to and from various activities within and outside the jail.
  • Assists with the inmate admission, classification and release processes.
  • Monitors and directs various inmate programs (e.g. recreation, visitation, etc.).
  • Provides and summons assistance and aid for inmates while maintaining the safety and security of the facility.
  • Dispenses authorized medications and administers first aid and CPR.
  • Delivers meals, mail, supplies, etc., to the inmates.
  • Maintains necessary financial records (e.g. cash accounts in inmate and canteen funds, bail, fines, etc.).
  • Collects, maintains, and completes necessary records and reports (e.g. criminal history, medical screening, medication delivery, inmate activity, inmate property, fingerprints, photographs, visitor logs, incident and discipline reports, etc.).
  • Searches and observes inmates, visitors, vendors, and others to ensure security.
  • Inspects all jail areas to ensure adherence to all jail policies and procedures (e.g. sanitation, security, etc.) and ensures that these aspects of the jail operation are maintained.
  • Acts as an unrestricted Deputy Sheriff in emergency situations such as riots, large scale civil disobedience, natural disasters and other situations as determined by the Sheriff.
  • Demonstrates punctual and reliable attendance in accordance with designated work schedule.
  • Complies with applicable safety rules, laws, and practices; uses proper safety equipment and procedures in all operations.
  • Performs other related duties and responsibilities as assigned.


Reports to:
Immediate Supervisor; Corrections Corporal; Corrections Sergeant; Corrections Division Lieutenant

Requirements for applicants:

  • Must be a U.S. Citizen
  • At least 18 years of age
  • Must possess a high school diploma or GED
  • Must meet vision, hearing and physical agility standards (WorkSTEPS®)
  • Must possess a valid Missouri driver’s license
  • Be able to pass a reference and background investigation, which may include a polygraph/voice stress exam
  • Able to work 12-hour shifts
  • Experience is preferred but not necessary to apply.


If you have previously applied for this position in the last 6 months, do not re-apply.
Applications will be accepted until this post is removed.

Any questions regarding this position may be forwarded to Corrections Lieutenant Mike Barnett – 417-451-8311

JAIL: Applications will be accepted by e-mail, in person, mail, or fax 417-451-8352

The Child Advocacy Center of Northeast Missouri is seeking a Prevention Education Specialist

Job Details:

Full-time
Wentzville, MO
 

Job Description

Prevention Education Specialist – 10 Month, Academic Year – Wentzville Position Description: The Prevention Education Specialist will deliver school and community-based presentations on various child abuse prevention topics for professionals who are mandated reporters, parents, and children of preschool through high school age.
 
In addition, the Prevention Education Specialist will attend community meetings and participate in community events to represent The Child Advocacy Center of Northeast Missouri when appropriate.
 
Primary Job Duties and Responsibilities
  • 1. Provide agency approved presentations for children ranging from Early Childhood thru High School on various topics of sexual abuse prevention.
  • 2. Provide agency approved presentations for parents on sexual abuse prevention.
  • 3. Provide mandated reporter trainings for professionals who work with children.
  • 4. Maintain contact with counselors or staff/administrators to schedule programs for assigned schools.
  • 5. Grade and import data collected from presentations.
  • 6. Maintain data and statistics for reporting purposes.
  • 7. Research and update to programs to ensure best practice.
  • 8. Attend community meetings, as needed.
  • 9. Serve as a representative of the agency.
  • 10. Other duties as assigned. Qualifications Minimum of a bachelor’s degree in education, criminal justice, social work, or human services field or 3-5 years of field experience.

Benefits include: 14 paid holidays, generous PTO, medical/vision/dental insurance, and more.

Reports to and supervised by: Prevention Education Program

Director Classification: Non exempt 10 month/academic year schedule

Schedule

Standard business schedule
 

Benefits

Medical insurance
Paid time off
Dental insurance
Vision insurance
 
 
The Child Advocacy Center of Northeast Missouri is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

LEWIS COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE IS HIRING

 

Starting Pay: $35,000 a Year – Negotiable If Prior Experience

Full Benefits Package Including Health Insurance, Retirement, Paid Overtime, Paid Holidays, Etc.

  • All Equipment Provided by County
  • Take Home Vehicle

For Inquiries Call 573-767-5287

 

The Carroll County Sheriff’s Office is hiring deputies.

We have immediate openings if you know someone that would be willing to relocate and start, or continue, their career in Carroll County.

Please spread the word.

Applications can be picked up at the office or apply online on our Facebook page.

POST License is required.

The Platte County Sheriff’s Office is currently accepting applications for full time Civilian Detention Officers.
 
Qualified candidates must
  • Be at least 18 years of age
  • Possess a high school diploma or GED
  • Successfully complete all phases of the employment process.
 
Initial Uniforms and Equipment provided. After 12 months, a $50/month uniform allowance is added to the salary for maintenance and upkeep.
 
If you are interested in receiving more information or would like to get started in the employment process, please click here.
 
For further information call the Platte County Sheriff’s Office at (816) 858-2424
 
The Platte County Sheriff’s Office an Equal Opportunity Employer. We consider applicants for all positions without regard to race, color, religion, creed, gender, national origin, age, disability, marital or veteran status, or other protected status.

SEMA has an opening for a Regional Coordinator in the St. Louis area.

SALARY: 58,452.47

The Missouri State Emergency Management Agency has responsibility for coordinating disaster response and recovery operations across Missouri – responding to everything from tornadoes and flooding to ice storms to the coronavirus pandemic. SEMA operates the State Emergency Operations Center and provides training and grants to strengthen Missouri’s resilience against natural disasters. 
SEMA’s mission is to help our fellow Missourians prepare for, respond to and recover from all emergencies. Each step will be guided by our core values of respect, integrity, trust, honesty and compassion.

Job Description:
•    Liaison between local officials (including Emergency Management Directors) and SEMA on all matters relating to emergency management. 
•    Work with the Statewide Volunteer Services Coordinator to integrate volunteer services responsibilities in local emergency management activities. 
•    Conduct four quarterly Regional Coordinator meetings/workshops annually to inform and train local officials in their duties and responsibilities. 
•    Assist local officials in the development or revision of all-hazard emergency operations plans.
•    Support the SEMA training program through participation in courses, seminars and workshops. Participate in state-level exercises.
•    Complete all required paperwork accurately and in a timely manner. Participate in scheduled conference calls and internal regional coordinator meetings.
•    Maintain communication with the Division Supervisor to keep him/her advised on regional activities and emergencies.
•    Other duties as assigned.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
•    Knowledge of the phases of emergency management and their relevance to public safety. 
•    Knowledge of the policies, regulations, guides, and precedents pertinent to the assigned emergency management phase(s). 
•    Knowledge of the National Incident Management System (NIMS) and Homeland Security Exercise and Evaluation Program (HSEEP). 
•    Skill in managing and resolving conflict in high intensity situations.  
•    Ability to gather, correlate, summarize, interpret, and report a variety of technical information and data. Ability to analyze implications, identify trends, and apply conclusions to complex problems. 
•    Ability to operate a motor vehicle and maintain a valid vehicle operator’s license. 
•    Ability to work nights, weekends, holidays and overtime as required.  
•    Ability to comprehend, interpret, communicate, and apply regulations, procedures, and related emergency management information.  
•    Knowledge of the different types of private, volunteer, and governmental emergency response and recovery programs and their purpose. 

Qualifications:
Bachelor’s degree and 2-4 years of relevant experience. (Substitutions may be allowed.)

Job Location:  This position will be located at Region C (UASI) includes St. Charles, St. Louis, Franklin, St. Louis City and Jefferson counties.

If you have questions about this position please contact:
DPS.Hires@dps.mo.gov

The State of Missouri is an equal opportunity employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees.

For details and how to apply click here.

 
Cole County Sheriff’s Office is Hiring  Patrol Officers and Detention Officers
 
Starting Salaries:
Post Certified Deputies $40,000 + Benefits
Detention Officers $35,000 + Benefits
+ up to $5200 in premium pay based on start date
 
Excellent Benefits Package includes:
Missouri’s Local Government Employees Retirement System (LAGERS)
County Employees Retirement Fund (CERF)
Fully-paid Employer Paid Health Insurance
Partially-paid Spouse and Dependant Paid Health Insurance
13 Paid Holidays
Paid Vacation Time
Paid Sick Leave
Cell Phone Stipends for some
All Equipment needed is provided
Take home car is available to Patrol Deputies
In house gym
 
With 115 employees and four divisions (Administration, Patrol, Support Services and Detention) we offer opportunity for growth and advancement.
 
Cole County is a suburban-rural area of 398 square miles where Missouri’s State Capitol resides. Our 75,000 residents are extremely supportive of law enforcement which is helpful in making ours an excellent work environment.
 
Submit your resume to be considered for a position or for more information you can go to: https://colecounty.org/220/Sheriffs-Office
 
The Cole County Sheriff’s Department is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Newton County Sheriff’s Office has an opening for a patrol deputy.

Starting pay: $18.97/hour
Pay increase after successful 90-day probation period.
Full-time position, commissioned.
Health, Vision and Dental Insurance benefits available. CERF Retirement Plan.
​Uniforms, equipment, duty gear, POST continuing education and patrol vehicle are provided*.

Responsibilities:
Maintain law and order and serve legal process of the courts by performing duties, including but not limited to; processing citizen complaints, documenting and writing reports on law violations, transporting prisoners, service of civil process, and overall general law enforcement in the county.

Requirements for applicants:

  • Be at least 21 years of age
  • Must be a U.S. Citizen and reside in the State of Missouri
  • Must possess high school diploma or GED
  • Must possess current Missouri P.O.S.T. certification or equivalent from another state
  • Must be able to work rotating 12-hour shifts
  • Must meet vision, hearing and physical agility standards (WorkSTEPS®)
  • Must possess a valid Missouri driver’s license
  • Be able to pass a reference and background investigation, which may include a polygraph/voice stress exam
  • Be able to relocate within Newton County in a reasonable amount of time, as determined by the Sheriff
  • All probationary deputies must successfully pass NCSO field training program

*residency requirement for take home patrol vehicle

Reports to:
Shift Sergeant; Patrol Division Lieutenant

Two years of prior law enforcement experience is preferred but not necessary to apply.

Applications will be accepted until this posting is removed.
Any questions regarding this position may be forwarded to Patrol Lieutenant Trevor Williams – 417-451-8300

PATROL: Applications will be accepted by e-mail, in person, mail, or fax 417-451-8352

CAREER OPPORTUNITY
MISSOURI DIVISION OF ALCOHOL AND TOBACCO CONTROL

Title:

Agent

Location:

Jefferson City District Office
1738 E. Elm St. – Lower Level Jefferson City, MO 65101
$46,423.68 Annual Salary

DESCRIPTION:
A vacancy currently exists within the Division of Alcohol and Tobacco Control. The position works from the Jefferson City District Office and will be assigned a designated territory within the boundaries of District 2 (see
https://atc.dps.mo.gov/about/contact_us.html). Agents of the Division are responsible for enforcing all Missouri statutes and regulations relating to the manufacture, distribution and sale of alcoholic beverages as set out in Chapter 311, RSMo.

BENEFITS
Agents are provided a state vehicle for work-related travel, and scheduling allows for some flexibility when not assigned to the district office. The State of Missouri also offers a comprehensive benefits package, which can be reviewed here, https://oa.mo.gov/state-employees-new#mini-panel-state-employees-tabs2. Annual grant programs also provide Agents an opportunity to earn overtime pay.

EXAMPLES OF WORK PERFORMED:
Business hours for the district office are 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday; however, an Agent’s hours will routinely vary, and will generally consist of approximately 40% office work and 60% field work, with fluctuations based on seasonal demand and staffing. Each district is responsible for conducting weekly enforcement activities which may consist of late nights, extended hours, weekend work, and possible overnight stays.

Office/administrative duties include, but are not limited to: serving as the primary point of contact for liquor license applicants, licensees, city/county clerks and local law enforcement agencies within a designated territory, and to review liquor license applications for completeness and eligibility.

Field work includes, but is not limited to: conducting retailer education training programs, completing routine inspections and site visits, investigating citizen complaints/surveillance, conducting joint enforcement activities with local law enforcement agencies, and conducting self-initiated and supervisor-directed enforcement activities primarily consisting of plainclothes operations.

QUALIFICATIONS:
To qualify for the position, the applicant must:

 Be a United States citizen and taxpaying resident of Missouri at time of hire;
 Possess a valid Missouri driver license;
 Be proficient in the English language;
 Possess a high school diploma or an equivalent certificate;
 Possess a Class A Missouri POST license at the time of appointment;
 Possess ordinary physical strength;
 Have a minimum of two (2) years law enforcement experience;
o College coursework in criminal justice or a closely related field or military police service may be substituted on a year-for-year basis.
 Reside within 60 miles of the office or relocate within six months; and,
 Be able to pass a job-related assessment exam, oral interview, criminal record check and background investigation, drug screening, polygraph, and psychological evaluation.

APPLICATION PROCEDURE:
Individuals who wish to be considered for this position must complete a State of Missouri Application on the MO Careers website. Completed applications, with any supplemental documents such as a cover letter, resume, college/university transcript(s), etc., must be completed and submitted by Tuesday, March 22, 2022, at 11:59 P.M., Central Standard Time. The MO Careers website can be accessed via
https://mocareers.mo.gov/hiretrue/mo/mocareers/index.html.

ASSESSMENT TESTING AND INTERVIEWS:
Computerized assessment tests will be conducted at the Jefferson City district office. Candidates meeting the minimum qualifications will be contacted for scheduling purposes.
Interviews will be scheduled at a later determined date.

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY STATEMENT:
The Division of Alcohol and Tobacco Control is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will be considered for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability status, or any other non-merit factor.

The City of Bourbon, Missouri is accepting applications for the position of Police Officer. All applicants must be a U.S. citizen, must be 21 years of age, a graduate of high school or possess a G.E.D equivalent, possess a valid Missouri Driver’s license and be Missouri P.O.S.T. Certified. 

Starting salary for this position will be $18.25 per hour, 13 paid holidays Shift Differential, Grant Time Pay, Paid Overtime.

Work schedule:

12 hour shifts, rotate every 2 months between days and nights , off every other Friday, Saturday, and Sunday

Benefits:

  • Health and dental insurance, and vision 100% paid for by the city
  • Lagers 100% paid for by the city
  • 75% paid health insurance for spouse.

Applications can be picked up at the Bourbon Police Department, 355 E. Pine St. Bourbon Mo 65441. For questions or to request an application call 573-732-4838/573-732-5550. Applications will be accepted until Position is filled. The City of Bourbon is an equal opportunity employer.

 

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The benefits of reserve officers in modern policing

Utilizing the strengths and expertise of volunteers for ultimate agency transparency.

By Dr. Ross Wolf and Dr. Adam Dobrin for Police1.com

Police agencies in the United States are largely based upon the model of Sir Robert Peel’s London-based Metropolitan Police and his nine principles of policing.

Peel’s seventh principle focused on the importance for the police “to maintain at all times a relationship with the public that gives reality to the historic tradition that the police are the public and that the public are the police.” This principle’s importance to modern policing is evident in current police-community relations. What better way to ensure that those in the community can relate with and understand the role of policing in society than to properly train them to serve in part-time roles while also serving in other positions and roles in society?

Enlisting members of society to serve in roles within police agencies allows for the ultimate transparency, enabling community members to provide input, understand the role and function of policing, and learn first-hand about the complexities of serving society in this role.

DEFINING RESERVE POLICING

Reserve officers are utilized in paid part-time roles, or more often, as volunteers. [1] There is great variation in the way that part-time paid and part-time volunteers are authorized in different states to perform police functions and the ways that they are utilized by different agencies within those states.

‘‘Reserve’’ and ‘‘auxiliary’’ officers are the titles generally given to these positions but are often called other titles such as “Special Police,” “Special Constable,” or similar. For the remainder of this article, we will refer to all these roles as reserve officers.

Research shows that 30–35% of all public safety organizations in the USA utilize reserve officers. With over 18,000 law enforcement agencies in the United States, more than 5,000 policing agencies are believed to use these officers in some capacity. The total estimate of reserve police and deputies in the United States at approximately 77,500, which is just slightly more than 11% of the 697,195 full-time city and county police officers in the United States. [2, 3]

  The Osage County Sheriff’s Office is currently accepting applications for Sheriff’s Deputies.

The Sheriff’s Office offers competitive pay and opportunities of advancement through promotion. Salaries start at $40,000 per year. Apply online at www.osagesheriff.org or call 573-897-3927 to inquire.

Qualifications:·

  • High school diploma or equivalent.·
  • Must be 21 years of age or older.·
  • Must possess a valid Missouri operator’s license at time of appointment.·
  • Must possess a valid class A or B Missouri Peace Officer License or current enrollment in a police academy.·
  • Must pass a pre-employment drug screen prior to appointment.·

Applicants must be able to meet the physical demands of law enforcement activities which include, but not limited to, the ability to make forcible arrests and operate law enforcement equipment.·

Applicant must meet minimum qualifications set forth by the FBI and MSHP CJIS Security policy.

Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

*Osage County and its Sheriff’s Office have adopted a strong policy in regards to hiring, conditions of employments, and promotions not to discriminate in any way in regard to gender, race, color, national or ethnic origin, ancestry, religious beliefs, handicap or disability, sexual orientation, gender identity/expression, marital or parental status, military or veteran status, political affiliation or age.

Osage County is an Affirmative Action Employer.

 

 

The Vernon County Sheriff’s Office is now taking applications for:

Jail Administrator: $42,806.40

The position of jail administrator is responsible for the day to day operations of the jail including, scheduling, record keeping, approving incident reports, and advising the Sheriff on policy and procedures, contracts as well as coordinating with the inmate transportation unit. This position is a management position that requires some “hands-on” work in the jail when employees are on vacation or out for training.

Post Certification is preferred, or the ability to complete Police Academy within 24 months.

Full Benefits package included along with take home vehicle, gym membership, and cell phone.

To Apply: Applicants can send resume and cover letter to 2040 E Hunter in Nevada, attention Dianna Boultinghouse, by email at dmaus@vernoncosherriff.org OR visit www.vernoncosheriff.org to submit your resume.

THE CITY OF CASPER, WYOMING
invites applications for the position of Police Officer

SALARY: $27.03 – $34.55 Hourly
$4,685.20 – $5,988.67 Monthly
$56,222.40 – $71,864.00 Annually

OPENING DATE:
03/24/22
CLOSING DATE:
05/16/22 12:00 AM

CLASS SUMMARY:

Next Testing Period – May 23rd
(location and times to be announced)
Apply directly through our website at: https://casperwy.gov/

Applicants are responsible for reviewing the testing information to get details on the testing dates,
locations, and requirements. All communication about the testing process will be through the email
address each applicant provides on his/her application.

Incumbents are responsible for responding to calls for service and enforcing local, State, and
Federal statutes.

REPORTING STRUCTURE:
Receives general supervision from assigned Police Sergeant or higher-level supervisory and
management staff.
This position is driving essential (see driving requirements).

Potential for sign-on bonus:
Lateral Police Officer program pay depending on police experience
Wyoming lateral Police Officers who meet certain criteria $12,500 sign-on bonus
Out of state lateral Police Officers who meet certain criteria $7,500 sign-on bonus
Previous Wyoming Police Officers decertified through absence $5,000 sign-on bonus
Entry-level Police Officers one-time sign-on bonus of $3,000

Total Compensation
Employee Benefits

Learn more about our community:
https://www.visitcasper.com/
https://casperwyoming.org/
https://choosecpr.com/

TYPICAL CLASS ESSENTIAL DUTIES:
1. Patrols assigned area and responds to routine and complex emergency situations; assesses
nature of situation and scene; and mediates disputes.
2. Explains and enforces applicable Federal, State, and local laws and ordinances.
3. Conducts preliminary investigations on all crimes/accidents, incidents, and any other criminal
law violations.
4. Interviews witnesses, victims, suspects, and arrested persons to obtain pertinent information
concerning accidents/crimes; and conducts searches.
5. Makes arrests or takes persons into custody by carrying out duties in conjunction with Federal,
State, and local laws and ordinances
6. Enforces traffic laws; patrols or conducts stationary observation of traffic; utilizes radar to
detect speed violations; stops suspicious vehicles for investigation; investigates accidents; issues
warnings, citations, and arrests for violations; uses standard field sobriety tests to determine
impairment.
7. Prepares accurate and timely reports including accident, arrest, and various administrative
reports.
8. Gathers and preserves physical evidence.
9. Testifies in courtroom proceedings.
10. Represents the City of Casper by responding to the public, citizens, its employees, and
others in a prompt, professional, and courteous manner while continuously maintaining a positive
customer service demeanor.
11. Performs other duties of a similar nature or level.

Knowledge (position requirements at entry):
Knowledge of:
• Customer service principles.
• Proper English, including spelling, punctuation, and grammar.
• Modern office equipment and practices.
Abilities (position requirements at entry):
Ability to:
• Work a variety of shifts including weekends, nights, and holidays; subject to be on call as
needed (must respond within 20 minutes).
• Learn local geography including street names, numbering systems, directional orientation, and
major landmarks.
• Provide customer service.
• Act quickly and calmly in emergencies and stressful situations.
• Maintain proper use of vehicles, equipment, and apparatus including the use and care of
firearms.
• Routinely demonstrate the City of Casper core values.
• Follow all City safety rules and procedures and immediately report all accidents/incidents or
unsafe conditions to a supervisor.
• Prepare and maintain accurate records and reports.
• Maintain confidentiality.
• Analyze situations quickly and objectively and determine and take appropriate action.
• Learn standard broadcasting procedures of a police radio system.
• Comply with all training requirements.
• Prepare accurate and grammatically correct written reports.
• Learn and apply modern police practices and methods.
• Learn and apply department procedures, rules and regulations.
• Learn and apply applicable Federal and State laws, city ordinances, judicial rulings, and laws of
arrest.
• Learn safety practices and procedures.
• Learn and apply recordkeeping principles.
• Learn to drive an emergency vehicle under hazardous and/or emergency conditions.
• Learn court and evidence procedures.
• Operate modern office equipment including body cameras, in-car video system, and specialized
software systems.
• Learn and apply appropriate offensive and defensive weapons nomenclature and theory.
• Utilize self-defense tactics.
• Maintain a neat and professional appearance.
• Communicate effectively verbally and in writing.
• Follow written and verbal instructions and direction.
• Establish and maintain effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of
work.

Skills (position requirements at entry):
Skill in:
• Communicating in a courteous, knowledgeable, and tactful manner with staff and the general
public.
• Customer service.
• Oral and written communication, sufficient to exchange or convey effective information and to
receive work direction.
• Operating modern office equipment, including computer software and operating
systems/applications.

TRAINING, EXPERIENCE & CERTIFICATIONS:
EDUCATION and EXPERIENCE:
• High school diploma or equivalent (G.E.D.) required.
• 21 years of age at the time of graduation from the Wyoming Law Enforcement Academy.

LICENSING and CERTIFICATIONS:
• Possession of, or ability to obtain, a valid Wyoming Driver’s License within six (6) months of
hire.
• Possession of, or ability to obtain, a Wyoming Peace Officer Standards & Training (POST)
Certification, within twelve (12) months of hire.
• Must be legally qualified to possess and purchase a firearm.

SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION & PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:
The above job description is intended to represent only the key areas of responsibilities; specific
position assignments will vary depending on the business needs of the department.

Women, minorities, and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

Employment subject to extensive background investigation, including polygraph and psychological
examination. The successful candidate must pass a pre-employment drug screen test.

As a condition of employment, the successful candidate must utilize direct deposit for payroll
purposes.

Driving records are required for all new employees regardless of the position’s driving
requirements. If the employee has not held a Wyoming driver’s license for the last three years, the
employee must provide at their own initiation and expense a driving record from their previous
state(s) of residence.

Physical and Environmental Conditions: City of Casper employees that perform safety
sensitive tasks are subject to pre-employment and/or random drug testing. These tasks include,
but may not be limited to:
• Emergency response/rescue
• Handling or working with hazardous materials, including chemicals as well as solid and liquid
waste
• Operating or maintaining water and wastewater systems
• Maintaining City computer and data systems including networks, servers, communication
systems, etc.
• Driving for the City of Casper, whether essential or non-essential
• Operating power-driven machinery or equipment
• Handling confidential information, including personnel, health, financial, or attorney-client
information
• Working with or around children

Positions in this class typically require: balancing, stooping, climbing, scaling, crouching, reaching,
standing, walking, running, lifting, grasping, feeling, talking, hearing, seeing, and repetitive motions.
Medium Work: Exerting up to 50 pounds of force occasionally, and/or up to 20 pounds of force
frequently, and/or up-to 10 pounds of force constantly to lift, carry, push, and pull or otherwise
move objects, including the human body.

Incumbents may be subjected to loud noises, light disturbance, workspace restrictions, dusts,
odors, fumes, and chemicals. Incumbents may be subject to perform duties either indoors or
outdoors and on uneven terrain, which may include extreme climate/weather conditions.
Incumbents may be subjected to exposure and risk in working with hostile, resistant, and unstable
persons. The nature of duties involves constant mental and visual attention, and potential personal
danger. Incumbents in this position will be in situations where they may experience
critical/traumatic events and need to have the ability to quickly move between work spaces and/or
facilities.

Driving Requirements: For driving essential positions, employment with the City of Casper is
contingent upon a satisfactory driving record. A driving record that reflects any of the following
criteria is considered unsatisfactory:

1) Convicted of three (3) or more moving violations within the previous 36 months (three separate, individual incidents);

2) A conviction within the previous 36 months of any of the following:

  • Driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol;
  • Leaving the scene of an accident;
  • Fleeing to avoid arrest;
  • Reckless Driving;
  • Homicide or assault by motor vehicle;
  • Driving without auto insurance;
  • Driving on a suspended license;
  • Refusal to take blood/breathalyzer test for suspected DUI or impaired driving.

If you have questions regarding the background screen, pre-employment drug test or driving
record, please contact the Human Resources Office at (307)235-8344 prior to accepting a job offer.

APPLICATIONS MAY BE FILED ONLINE AT:
http://www.casperwy.gov
200 N. David – Human Resources
Suite 107
Casper, WY 82601
(307)235-8344
(307)235-8421
hrood@casperwy.gov
Position #1132-07 POLICE OFFICER

The Schuyler County Sheriff’s Office has an immediate opening for A Full-Time DEPUTY SHERIFF
  • Starting salary up to $33200.00 per year
  • $30 per month cell phone allowance
  • Take home vehicle 
  • County employees retirement fund(CERF)
  • Small County working environment
  • 12 hour shifts with every other weekend off (Friday,Saturday and Sunday)
  • Vacation and sick pay
  • Uniforms and equipment provided
  • Must be POST certified. If you are not POST certified, contact us for possible sponsorship through the academy.
  • The Schuyler County Sheriff’s Office an Equal Opportunity Employer
Please apply in person at 110 W Washington St in Lancaster Missouri. You may contact the Sheriff at 660-956-9493 or by email at schuylersheriff969@gmail.com for more information. 
 
The Cape Girardeau County Sheriff’s Office is now accepting applications for the communications officer position.
 
Applicants must be at least 18 years old at the time of employment, possess a high school diploma or equivalent, be a U.S. citizen, and not have any felony record or convictions for any crime involving moral turpitude.
 
Applicants will ideally have general computer knowledge, be able to deal well with the public professionally, and complete multiple tasks simultaneously.
 
The position works 12-hour shifts, including days and nights, with rotating days on and off, including holidays.
 
Primary duties include, but are not limited to:
  • Answering emergency (911) calls and non-emergency calls for service
  • Serving as the central answering point for the Sheriff’s Office
  • Logging calls for service and dispositions into our computer-aided dispatch programs
  • Dispatching a radio law enforcement officer, fire departments, and medical first responders to calls for service
  • Entering and maintaining warrants, orders of protection, and updating the sex offender registry.
Prior experience is not required.
 
Starting pay is $16.00 an hour. In addition, to pay, the position includes a standard county benefits package, including 12 paid holidays, two retirement programs, health, dental, and vision insurance, paid vacation time, and a $50.00 monthly uniform allowance.
 
Interested parties can pick up an application at the sheriff’s office at 216 N. Missouri St. Jackson, MO 63755 or complete one online or download one from our website www.capecountysheriff.org
 
For more information, please contact Lt. Zachary Dillard at 573-243-3551.

The Lewis County Sheriff’s Office is looking to hire a part-time cook.

The schedule would be every other weekend and one night a week with pay being $11.15 per hour.

If interested, please contact the office at 573-767-5287 or stop by to get an application.

Hiring Now In Cole County, Missouri: Patrol Officers and Detention Officers
 
Starting Salaries:
Post Certified Deputies $40,000 + Benefits
Detention Officers $35,000 + Benefits
+ up to $5200 in premium pay based on start date
 
Excellent Benefits Package includes:
  • Missouri’s Local Government Employees Retirement System (LAGERS)
  • County Employees Retirement Fund (CERF)
  • Fully-paid Employer Paid Health Insurance
  • Partially-paid Spouse and Dependent Paid Health Insurance
  • 13 Paid Holidays
  • Paid Vacation Time
  • Paid Sick Leave
  • Cell Phone Stipends for some
  • All Equipment needed is provided
  • Take home car is available to Patrol Deputies
  • In house gym
With 115 employees and four divisions (Administration, Patrol, Support Services and Detention) we offer opportunity for growth and advancement.
 
Cole County is a suburban-rural area of 398 square miles where Missouri’s State Capitol resides. Our 75,000 residents are extremely supportive of law enforcement which is helpful in making ours an excellent work environment.

Submit your resume to be considered for a position or for more information you can go to: https://colecounty.org/220/Sheriffs-Office

The Cole County Sheriff’s Department is an Equal Opportunity Employer Patrol

The Washington County Sheriff’s Office has an immediate opening for a Deputy Sheriff-Bailiff/Process Server.

Must be POST certified.

We offer paid health, vision and dental insurance for the employee, a retirement package, Monday-Friday, some weekends, paid bi-weekly, and more.

If you are interested in becoming a part of our team, apply at the Washington County Sheriff’s Office at 116 W. High Street Potosi, MO 63664 or online.

The Washington County Sheriff’s Office is an equal opportunity employer.

The Andrew County Sheriff’s Office is now accepting applications for the positions of Detention Officer – both Deputy and Civilian – as well as 911 dispatchers.
 
Benefits include:
$15.30 / hr.
Paid training
Uniforms and equipment provided (if required)
12 hour shifts with every other weekend off
Paid holidays
Paid vacation
Paid sick leave
Health insurance
Vision and dental insurance (optional)
2 retirement plans
 
Applications can be picked up at the Sheriff’s Office located at 400 E. Main Street, Savannah, Mo 64485.
The Iron County Sheriff’s Office has immediate openings for A Full-Time DEPUTY SHERIFF
 
  • Competitive salary
  • Paid health insurance for employee
  • Health savings plan
  • County employees retirement fund
  • LAGERS retirement
  • 12 hour rotating shifts with every other weekend off
  • Vacation and sick pay
  • Uniforms provided
 
If you have any questions please contact Detective Chris Barton cbarton@icsomo.org

The Morgan County Sheriff’s Office has several road deputy positions available. 

Starting Pay: $42,550.40

Benefits include paid health insurance, retirement, 14 paid holidays, 8 hours sick leave earned per month, and paid vacation.

Apply in person at 211 E. Newton, Versailles; email Rick Bias at rbias@morgancountymo.gov; or apply online.

Cooper County Sheriff’s Office is seeking to hire motivated staff members for Detention Officers and Court House Security Officers.

Pay is based on training and experience.
 
Apply at the office for an immediate interview or online.
 
Options for academy contracts.
Hiring Now In Cole County, Missouri: Patrol Officers and Detention Officers
 
Starting Salaries:
Post Certified Deputies $40,000 + Benefits
Detention Officers $35,000 + Benefits
+ up to $5200 in premium pay based on start date
 
Excellent Benefits Package includes:
Missouri’s Local Government Employees Retirement System (LAGERS)
County Employees Retirement Fund (CERF)
Fully-paid Employer Paid Health Insurance
Partially-paid Spouse and Dependant Paid Health Insurance
13 Paid Holidays
Paid Vacation Time
Paid Sick Leave
Cell Phone Stipends for some
All Equipment needed is provided
Take home car is available to Patrol Deputies
In house gym
 
With 115 employees and four divisions (Administration, Patrol, Support Services and Detention) we offer opportunity for growth and advancement.
 
Cole County is a suburban-rural area of 398 square miles where Missouri’s State Capitol resides. Our 75,000 residents are extremely supportive of law enforcement which is helpful in making ours an excellent work environment.
 

Submit your resume to be considered for a position or for more information you can go to: https://colecounty.org/220/Sheriffs-Office

 
The Cole County Sheriff’s Department is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
The Maries County Sheriff’s Office is taking applications for part time Dispatchers/Jailers.
 
The part-time shifts available are 7 days a week either: 7:00am-3:00pm or 3:00pm-11:00pm.
 
Starting pay is $15/hour.
 
Position requires a person who is at least 18 years of age, can pass a pre-employment drug test, random drug tests, pass a background check, possesses good interpersonal skills, and has a desire to serve their community with an agency that is more like a family than a job.
 
Pick up an application at the Sheriff’s Office in Vienna or email a resume to sjohn@mariescountymo.gov

The Newton County Sheriff’s Office is Hiring Corrections Officers

Starting Pay: $14.89 hourly pay rate.
Pay increase to $15.14 after successful 90-day probation period.

Full-time position, applicants with an active Missouri POST license can be commissioned after probationary period.

Health, Vision and Dental Insurance benefits available.

CERF Retirement Plan.

Uniforms and duty gear provided.

Job Duties/Responsibilities:

  • Monitors and directs group and individual behavior among the inmates to prevent, control and resolve inmate problems or conflicts.
  • Escorts and/or transports inmates to and from various activities within and outside the jail.
  • Assists with the inmate admission, classification and release processes.
  • Monitors and directs various inmate programs (e.g. recreation, visitation, etc.).
  • Provides and summons assistance and aid for inmates while maintaining the safety and security of the facility.
  • Dispenses authorized medications and administers first aid and CPR.
  • Delivers meals, mail, supplies, etc., to the inmates.
  • Maintains necessary financial records (e.g. cash accounts in inmate and canteen funds, bail, fines, etc.).
  • Collects, maintains, and completes necessary records and reports (e.g. criminal history, medical screening, medication delivery, inmate activity, inmate property, fingerprints, photographs, visitor logs, incident and discipline reports, etc.).
  • Searches and observes inmates, visitors, vendors, and others to ensure security.
  • Inspects all jail areas to ensure adherence to all jail policies and procedures (e.g. sanitation, security, etc.) and ensures that these aspects of the jail operation are maintained.
  • Acts as an unrestricted Deputy Sheriff in emergency situations such as riots, large scale civil disobedience, natural disasters and other situations as determined by the Sheriff.
  • Demonstrates punctual and reliable attendance in accordance with designated work schedule.
  • Complies with applicable safety rules, laws, and practices; uses proper safety equipment and procedures in all operations.
  • Performs other related duties and responsibilities as assigned.


Reports to:
Immediate Supervisor; Corrections Corporal; Corrections Sergeant; Corrections Division Lieutenant

Requirements for applicants:

  • Must be a U.S. Citizen
  • At least 18 years of age
  • Must possess a high school diploma or GED
  • Must meet vision, hearing and physical agility standards (WorkSTEPS®)
  • Must possess a valid Missouri driver’s license
  • Be able to pass a reference and background investigation, which may include a polygraph/voice stress exam
  • Able to work 12-hour shifts
  • Experience is preferred but not necessary to apply.


If you have previously applied for this position in the last 6 months, do not re-apply.
Applications will be accepted until this post is removed.

Any questions regarding this position may be forwarded to Corrections Lieutenant Mike Barnett – 417-451-8311

JAIL: Applications will be accepted by e-mail, in person, mail, or fax 417-451-8352

The Child Advocacy Center of Northeast Missouri is seeking a Prevention Education Specialist

Job Details:

Full-time
Wentzville, MO
 

Job Description

Prevention Education Specialist – 10 Month, Academic Year – Wentzville Position Description: The Prevention Education Specialist will deliver school and community-based presentations on various child abuse prevention topics for professionals who are mandated reporters, parents, and children of preschool through high school age.
 
In addition, the Prevention Education Specialist will attend community meetings and participate in community events to represent The Child Advocacy Center of Northeast Missouri when appropriate.
 
Primary Job Duties and Responsibilities
  • 1. Provide agency approved presentations for children ranging from Early Childhood thru High School on various topics of sexual abuse prevention.
  • 2. Provide agency approved presentations for parents on sexual abuse prevention.
  • 3. Provide mandated reporter trainings for professionals who work with children.
  • 4. Maintain contact with counselors or staff/administrators to schedule programs for assigned schools.
  • 5. Grade and import data collected from presentations.
  • 6. Maintain data and statistics for reporting purposes.
  • 7. Research and update to programs to ensure best practice.
  • 8. Attend community meetings, as needed.
  • 9. Serve as a representative of the agency.
  • 10. Other duties as assigned. Qualifications Minimum of a bachelor’s degree in education, criminal justice, social work, or human services field or 3-5 years of field experience.

Benefits include: 14 paid holidays, generous PTO, medical/vision/dental insurance, and more.

Reports to and supervised by: Prevention Education Program

Director Classification: Non exempt 10 month/academic year schedule

Schedule

Standard business schedule
 

Benefits

Medical insurance
Paid time off
Dental insurance
Vision insurance
 
 
The Child Advocacy Center of Northeast Missouri is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

LEWIS COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE IS HIRING

 

Starting Pay: $35,000 a Year – Negotiable If Prior Experience

Full Benefits Package Including Health Insurance, Retirement, Paid Overtime, Paid Holidays, Etc.

  • All Equipment Provided by County
  • Take Home Vehicle

For Inquiries Call 573-767-5287

 

The Carroll County Sheriff’s Office is hiring deputies.

We have immediate openings if you know someone that would be willing to relocate and start, or continue, their career in Carroll County.

Please spread the word.

Applications can be picked up at the office or apply online on our Facebook page.

POST License is required.

The Platte County Sheriff’s Office is currently accepting applications for full time Civilian Detention Officers.
 
Qualified candidates must
  • Be at least 18 years of age
  • Possess a high school diploma or GED
  • Successfully complete all phases of the employment process.
 
Initial Uniforms and Equipment provided. After 12 months, a $50/month uniform allowance is added to the salary for maintenance and upkeep.
 
If you are interested in receiving more information or would like to get started in the employment process, please click here.
 
For further information call the Platte County Sheriff’s Office at (816) 858-2424
 
The Platte County Sheriff’s Office an Equal Opportunity Employer. We consider applicants for all positions without regard to race, color, religion, creed, gender, national origin, age, disability, marital or veteran status, or other protected status.

SEMA has an opening for a Regional Coordinator in the St. Louis area.

SALARY: 58,452.47

The Missouri State Emergency Management Agency has responsibility for coordinating disaster response and recovery operations across Missouri – responding to everything from tornadoes and flooding to ice storms to the coronavirus pandemic. SEMA operates the State Emergency Operations Center and provides training and grants to strengthen Missouri’s resilience against natural disasters. 
SEMA’s mission is to help our fellow Missourians prepare for, respond to and recover from all emergencies. Each step will be guided by our core values of respect, integrity, trust, honesty and compassion.

Job Description:
•    Liaison between local officials (including Emergency Management Directors) and SEMA on all matters relating to emergency management. 
•    Work with the Statewide Volunteer Services Coordinator to integrate volunteer services responsibilities in local emergency management activities. 
•    Conduct four quarterly Regional Coordinator meetings/workshops annually to inform and train local officials in their duties and responsibilities. 
•    Assist local officials in the development or revision of all-hazard emergency operations plans.
•    Support the SEMA training program through participation in courses, seminars and workshops. Participate in state-level exercises.
•    Complete all required paperwork accurately and in a timely manner. Participate in scheduled conference calls and internal regional coordinator meetings.
•    Maintain communication with the Division Supervisor to keep him/her advised on regional activities and emergencies.
•    Other duties as assigned.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
•    Knowledge of the phases of emergency management and their relevance to public safety. 
•    Knowledge of the policies, regulations, guides, and precedents pertinent to the assigned emergency management phase(s). 
•    Knowledge of the National Incident Management System (NIMS) and Homeland Security Exercise and Evaluation Program (HSEEP). 
•    Skill in managing and resolving conflict in high intensity situations.  
•    Ability to gather, correlate, summarize, interpret, and report a variety of technical information and data. Ability to analyze implications, identify trends, and apply conclusions to complex problems. 
•    Ability to operate a motor vehicle and maintain a valid vehicle operator’s license. 
•    Ability to work nights, weekends, holidays and overtime as required.  
•    Ability to comprehend, interpret, communicate, and apply regulations, procedures, and related emergency management information.  
•    Knowledge of the different types of private, volunteer, and governmental emergency response and recovery programs and their purpose. 

Qualifications:
Bachelor’s degree and 2-4 years of relevant experience. (Substitutions may be allowed.)

Job Location:  This position will be located at Region C (UASI) includes St. Charles, St. Louis, Franklin, St. Louis City and Jefferson counties.

If you have questions about this position please contact:
DPS.Hires@dps.mo.gov

The State of Missouri is an equal opportunity employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees.

For details and how to apply click here.

 
Cole County Sheriff’s Office is Hiring  Patrol Officers and Detention Officers
 
Starting Salaries:
Post Certified Deputies $40,000 + Benefits
Detention Officers $35,000 + Benefits
+ up to $5200 in premium pay based on start date
 
Excellent Benefits Package includes:
Missouri’s Local Government Employees Retirement System (LAGERS)
County Employees Retirement Fund (CERF)
Fully-paid Employer Paid Health Insurance
Partially-paid Spouse and Dependant Paid Health Insurance
13 Paid Holidays
Paid Vacation Time
Paid Sick Leave
Cell Phone Stipends for some
All Equipment needed is provided
Take home car is available to Patrol Deputies
In house gym
 
With 115 employees and four divisions (Administration, Patrol, Support Services and Detention) we offer opportunity for growth and advancement.
 
Cole County is a suburban-rural area of 398 square miles where Missouri’s State Capitol resides. Our 75,000 residents are extremely supportive of law enforcement which is helpful in making ours an excellent work environment.
 
Submit your resume to be considered for a position or for more information you can go to: https://colecounty.org/220/Sheriffs-Office
 
The Cole County Sheriff’s Department is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Newton County Sheriff’s Office has an opening for a patrol deputy.

Starting pay: $18.97/hour
Pay increase after successful 90-day probation period.
Full-time position, commissioned.
Health, Vision and Dental Insurance benefits available. CERF Retirement Plan.
​Uniforms, equipment, duty gear, POST continuing education and patrol vehicle are provided*.

Responsibilities:
Maintain law and order and serve legal process of the courts by performing duties, including but not limited to; processing citizen complaints, documenting and writing reports on law violations, transporting prisoners, service of civil process, and overall general law enforcement in the county.

Requirements for applicants:

  • Be at least 21 years of age
  • Must be a U.S. Citizen and reside in the State of Missouri
  • Must possess high school diploma or GED
  • Must possess current Missouri P.O.S.T. certification or equivalent from another state
  • Must be able to work rotating 12-hour shifts
  • Must meet vision, hearing and physical agility standards (WorkSTEPS®)
  • Must possess a valid Missouri driver’s license
  • Be able to pass a reference and background investigation, which may include a polygraph/voice stress exam
  • Be able to relocate within Newton County in a reasonable amount of time, as determined by the Sheriff
  • All probationary deputies must successfully pass NCSO field training program

*residency requirement for take home patrol vehicle

Reports to:
Shift Sergeant; Patrol Division Lieutenant

Two years of prior law enforcement experience is preferred but not necessary to apply.

Applications will be accepted until this posting is removed.
Any questions regarding this position may be forwarded to Patrol Lieutenant Trevor Williams – 417-451-8300

PATROL: Applications will be accepted by e-mail, in person, mail, or fax 417-451-8352

CAREER OPPORTUNITY
MISSOURI DIVISION OF ALCOHOL AND TOBACCO CONTROL

Title:

Agent

Location:

Jefferson City District Office
1738 E. Elm St. – Lower Level Jefferson City, MO 65101
$46,423.68 Annual Salary

DESCRIPTION:
A vacancy currently exists within the Division of Alcohol and Tobacco Control. The position works from the Jefferson City District Office and will be assigned a designated territory within the boundaries of District 2 (see
https://atc.dps.mo.gov/about/contact_us.html). Agents of the Division are responsible for enforcing all Missouri statutes and regulations relating to the manufacture, distribution and sale of alcoholic beverages as set out in Chapter 311, RSMo.

BENEFITS
Agents are provided a state vehicle for work-related travel, and scheduling allows for some flexibility when not assigned to the district office. The State of Missouri also offers a comprehensive benefits package, which can be reviewed here, https://oa.mo.gov/state-employees-new#mini-panel-state-employees-tabs2. Annual grant programs also provide Agents an opportunity to earn overtime pay.

EXAMPLES OF WORK PERFORMED:
Business hours for the district office are 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday; however, an Agent’s hours will routinely vary, and will generally consist of approximately 40% office work and 60% field work, with fluctuations based on seasonal demand and staffing. Each district is responsible for conducting weekly enforcement activities which may consist of late nights, extended hours, weekend work, and possible overnight stays.

Office/administrative duties include, but are not limited to: serving as the primary point of contact for liquor license applicants, licensees, city/county clerks and local law enforcement agencies within a designated territory, and to review liquor license applications for completeness and eligibility.

Field work includes, but is not limited to: conducting retailer education training programs, completing routine inspections and site visits, investigating citizen complaints/surveillance, conducting joint enforcement activities with local law enforcement agencies, and conducting self-initiated and supervisor-directed enforcement activities primarily consisting of plainclothes operations.

QUALIFICATIONS:
To qualify for the position, the applicant must:

 Be a United States citizen and taxpaying resident of Missouri at time of hire;
 Possess a valid Missouri driver license;
 Be proficient in the English language;
 Possess a high school diploma or an equivalent certificate;
 Possess a Class A Missouri POST license at the time of appointment;
 Possess ordinary physical strength;
 Have a minimum of two (2) years law enforcement experience;
o College coursework in criminal justice or a closely related field or military police service may be substituted on a year-for-year basis.
 Reside within 60 miles of the office or relocate within six months; and,
 Be able to pass a job-related assessment exam, oral interview, criminal record check and background investigation, drug screening, polygraph, and psychological evaluation.

APPLICATION PROCEDURE:
Individuals who wish to be considered for this position must complete a State of Missouri Application on the MO Careers website. Completed applications, with any supplemental documents such as a cover letter, resume, college/university transcript(s), etc., must be completed and submitted by Tuesday, March 22, 2022, at 11:59 P.M., Central Standard Time. The MO Careers website can be accessed via
https://mocareers.mo.gov/hiretrue/mo/mocareers/index.html.

ASSESSMENT TESTING AND INTERVIEWS:
Computerized assessment tests will be conducted at the Jefferson City district office. Candidates meeting the minimum qualifications will be contacted for scheduling purposes.
Interviews will be scheduled at a later determined date.

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY STATEMENT:
The Division of Alcohol and Tobacco Control is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will be considered for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability status, or any other non-merit factor.

The City of Bourbon, Missouri is accepting applications for the position of Police Officer. All applicants must be a U.S. citizen, must be 21 years of age, a graduate of high school or possess a G.E.D equivalent, possess a valid Missouri Driver’s license and be Missouri P.O.S.T. Certified. 

Starting salary for this position will be $18.25 per hour, 13 paid holidays Shift Differential, Grant Time Pay, Paid Overtime.

Work schedule:

12 hour shifts, rotate every 2 months between days and nights , off every other Friday, Saturday, and Sunday

Benefits:

  • Health and dental insurance, and vision 100% paid for by the city
  • Lagers 100% paid for by the city
  • 75% paid health insurance for spouse.

Applications can be picked up at the Bourbon Police Department, 355 E. Pine St. Bourbon Mo 65441. For questions or to request an application call 573-732-4838/573-732-5550. Applications will be accepted until Position is filled. The City of Bourbon is an equal opportunity employer.

 

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Spotlight: CARFAX digital tools are available to law enforcement agencies for free

CARFAX for Police’s 29 billion vehicle records power a suite of investigative tools that support rapid case resolution

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Company Name: CARFAX for Police
Headquarters: Centreville, Virginia
Signature Product: CARFAX for Police
Website: www.carfaxforpolice.com

1. What was the inspiration behind starting your company?

CARFAX for Police began with a simple idea just over a decade ago: power law enforcement with the most unique vehicle history information that helps them solve crime – for free.

2. What is your signature product and how does it work?

CARFAX for Police provides a powerful, law enforcement-exclusive suite of interoperable investigative tools, powered by the CARFAX vehicle history report, that supports rapid case resolution.

This unique and proprietary database provides investigators and analysts with access to more than 28 billion vehicle history data points to support solving violent crimes; organized crimes; drug, human and gun trafficking; hit-and-runs; and thefts, among others.

The five investigative tools include:

  • Vehicle History Report – The definitive search tool for vehicle history. Track location, accident data and service records.
  • Partial License Plate Search – Search for vehicles-of-interest with just three license plate characters. Filter by make, model, color and more to narrow down the search.
  • VIN Alert – These click-it-and-forget-it alerts will send an alert as soon as new information on the VIN-of-interest enters the database.
  • High Mileage Alert – Identify questionable vehicles involved in dealership and rental car fraud, as well as vehicles with altered VINs.
  • Crash Report Center – Nationwide access to the CARFAX database of accident reports to identify vehicles-of-interest.

3. Why do you believe your products are essential to the police community?

CARFAX for Police provides trusted insights and solutions that power law enforcement agencies to create better-protected communities, and safer, more efficient agencies. More than 5,100 data-sharing law enforcement agencies across North America trust and rely upon an ever-growing, no-cost suite of web-based, digital traffic, records, training, and interoperable investigative tools and solutions that serve as force multipliers in resolving cases using more than 28 billion vehicle history records, driving workflow efficiencies, improving safety and building better community relationships.

4. What makes your company unique?

CARFAX for Police has the world’s largest vehicle information database – 29 billion records. This is available to law enforcement agencies for free. This data from 130,000-plus sources powers a suite of law enforcement-only investigative tools that support rapid case resolution.

In addition to the investigative tools, CARFAX for Police has created other digital tools to support law enforcement agencies in their mission to protect and serve. These tools are also available at no cost.

Tools include:

  • Traffic Solutions – Automate reportable and non-reportable crash data capture and distribution with Driver Exchange and eCrash.
  • Records Solutions – 24/7 online report ordering, distribution and dashboard tracking with QuickCounter. We also fulfill bulk requests from corporate purchasers, and insurance and law firms. 

5. What do your customers like best about you and your products?

Everything CARFAX for Police does is to support law enforcement’s mission to protect and serve.  

  • Investigative Tools help them get leads and solve crimes faster.
  • The Traffic Solutions (Drive Exchange and eCrash) improve efficiency and accuracy, helping to clear crash scenes faster.
  • Records Solutions eliminate the need for the records staff to respond to crash report requests from both citizens and corporate requestors. CARFAX for Police can distribute report requests on their behalf and the agency keeps all revenue.

6. What is the most rewarding part of serving the police community?

The CARFAX for Police story is rooted deeply in understanding what matters most to law enforcement. Our shared values and shared mission with front-line officers and executive agency leaders ensure our tools and solutions address the most pressing challenges agencies face each day.

More than 80,000 law enforcement professionals trust and rely on CARFAX for Police to help them protect and serve. Partnering with CARFAX for Police powers more than an agency’s investigations. This vehicle data also helps tell a story and assists others in the interoperable network to achieve their individual goals. Notable within the network is the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, which credits successes in bringing missing children home to CARFAX for Police.

7. Do you support any charitable organizations? Tell us more.

We support Coffee with a Cop, a nonprofit that breaks down the barriers between police officers and the citizens they serve. CARFAX for Police and Coffee with a Cop share a common mission and values that aim to build stronger, safer communities. As part of the partnership, we work with Coffee with a Cop to host Common Ground, an online training session that highlights law enforcement agencies that have implemented successful community engagement programs.

8. Is there any fun fact or trivia that you’d like to share with our users about you or your company?

Every 37 seconds, a law enforcement professional runs a CARFAX report.  

9. What’s next for your company?

Driver Exchange, a digital tool used to quickly collect and disseminate reportable and nonreportable crash reports, is getting an upgrade this fall. New features will give officers more control and flexibility when responding to crashes.

  The Osage County Sheriff’s Office is currently accepting applications for Sheriff’s Deputies.

The Sheriff’s Office offers competitive pay and opportunities of advancement through promotion. Salaries start at $40,000 per year. Apply online at www.osagesheriff.org or call 573-897-3927 to inquire.

Qualifications:·

  • High school diploma or equivalent.·
  • Must be 21 years of age or older.·
  • Must possess a valid Missouri operator’s license at time of appointment.·
  • Must possess a valid class A or B Missouri Peace Officer License or current enrollment in a police academy.·
  • Must pass a pre-employment drug screen prior to appointment.·

Applicants must be able to meet the physical demands of law enforcement activities which include, but not limited to, the ability to make forcible arrests and operate law enforcement equipment.·

Applicant must meet minimum qualifications set forth by the FBI and MSHP CJIS Security policy.

Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

*Osage County and its Sheriff’s Office have adopted a strong policy in regards to hiring, conditions of employments, and promotions not to discriminate in any way in regard to gender, race, color, national or ethnic origin, ancestry, religious beliefs, handicap or disability, sexual orientation, gender identity/expression, marital or parental status, military or veteran status, political affiliation or age.

Osage County is an Affirmative Action Employer.

 

 

The Vernon County Sheriff’s Office is now taking applications for:

Jail Administrator: $42,806.40

The position of jail administrator is responsible for the day to day operations of the jail including, scheduling, record keeping, approving incident reports, and advising the Sheriff on policy and procedures, contracts as well as coordinating with the inmate transportation unit. This position is a management position that requires some “hands-on” work in the jail when employees are on vacation or out for training.

Post Certification is preferred, or the ability to complete Police Academy within 24 months.

Full Benefits package included along with take home vehicle, gym membership, and cell phone.

To Apply: Applicants can send resume and cover letter to 2040 E Hunter in Nevada, attention Dianna Boultinghouse, by email at dmaus@vernoncosherriff.org OR visit www.vernoncosheriff.org to submit your resume.

THE CITY OF CASPER, WYOMING
invites applications for the position of Police Officer

SALARY: $27.03 – $34.55 Hourly
$4,685.20 – $5,988.67 Monthly
$56,222.40 – $71,864.00 Annually

OPENING DATE:
03/24/22
CLOSING DATE:
05/16/22 12:00 AM

CLASS SUMMARY:

Next Testing Period – May 23rd
(location and times to be announced)
Apply directly through our website at: https://casperwy.gov/

Applicants are responsible for reviewing the testing information to get details on the testing dates,
locations, and requirements. All communication about the testing process will be through the email
address each applicant provides on his/her application.

Incumbents are responsible for responding to calls for service and enforcing local, State, and
Federal statutes.

REPORTING STRUCTURE:
Receives general supervision from assigned Police Sergeant or higher-level supervisory and
management staff.
This position is driving essential (see driving requirements).

Potential for sign-on bonus:
Lateral Police Officer program pay depending on police experience
Wyoming lateral Police Officers who meet certain criteria $12,500 sign-on bonus
Out of state lateral Police Officers who meet certain criteria $7,500 sign-on bonus
Previous Wyoming Police Officers decertified through absence $5,000 sign-on bonus
Entry-level Police Officers one-time sign-on bonus of $3,000

Total Compensation
Employee Benefits

Learn more about our community:
https://www.visitcasper.com/
https://casperwyoming.org/
https://choosecpr.com/

TYPICAL CLASS ESSENTIAL DUTIES:
1. Patrols assigned area and responds to routine and complex emergency situations; assesses
nature of situation and scene; and mediates disputes.
2. Explains and enforces applicable Federal, State, and local laws and ordinances.
3. Conducts preliminary investigations on all crimes/accidents, incidents, and any other criminal
law violations.
4. Interviews witnesses, victims, suspects, and arrested persons to obtain pertinent information
concerning accidents/crimes; and conducts searches.
5. Makes arrests or takes persons into custody by carrying out duties in conjunction with Federal,
State, and local laws and ordinances
6. Enforces traffic laws; patrols or conducts stationary observation of traffic; utilizes radar to
detect speed violations; stops suspicious vehicles for investigation; investigates accidents; issues
warnings, citations, and arrests for violations; uses standard field sobriety tests to determine
impairment.
7. Prepares accurate and timely reports including accident, arrest, and various administrative
reports.
8. Gathers and preserves physical evidence.
9. Testifies in courtroom proceedings.
10. Represents the City of Casper by responding to the public, citizens, its employees, and
others in a prompt, professional, and courteous manner while continuously maintaining a positive
customer service demeanor.
11. Performs other duties of a similar nature or level.

Knowledge (position requirements at entry):
Knowledge of:
• Customer service principles.
• Proper English, including spelling, punctuation, and grammar.
• Modern office equipment and practices.
Abilities (position requirements at entry):
Ability to:
• Work a variety of shifts including weekends, nights, and holidays; subject to be on call as
needed (must respond within 20 minutes).
• Learn local geography including street names, numbering systems, directional orientation, and
major landmarks.
• Provide customer service.
• Act quickly and calmly in emergencies and stressful situations.
• Maintain proper use of vehicles, equipment, and apparatus including the use and care of
firearms.
• Routinely demonstrate the City of Casper core values.
• Follow all City safety rules and procedures and immediately report all accidents/incidents or
unsafe conditions to a supervisor.
• Prepare and maintain accurate records and reports.
• Maintain confidentiality.
• Analyze situations quickly and objectively and determine and take appropriate action.
• Learn standard broadcasting procedures of a police radio system.
• Comply with all training requirements.
• Prepare accurate and grammatically correct written reports.
• Learn and apply modern police practices and methods.
• Learn and apply department procedures, rules and regulations.
• Learn and apply applicable Federal and State laws, city ordinances, judicial rulings, and laws of
arrest.
• Learn safety practices and procedures.
• Learn and apply recordkeeping principles.
• Learn to drive an emergency vehicle under hazardous and/or emergency conditions.
• Learn court and evidence procedures.
• Operate modern office equipment including body cameras, in-car video system, and specialized
software systems.
• Learn and apply appropriate offensive and defensive weapons nomenclature and theory.
• Utilize self-defense tactics.
• Maintain a neat and professional appearance.
• Communicate effectively verbally and in writing.
• Follow written and verbal instructions and direction.
• Establish and maintain effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of
work.

Skills (position requirements at entry):
Skill in:
• Communicating in a courteous, knowledgeable, and tactful manner with staff and the general
public.
• Customer service.
• Oral and written communication, sufficient to exchange or convey effective information and to
receive work direction.
• Operating modern office equipment, including computer software and operating
systems/applications.

TRAINING, EXPERIENCE & CERTIFICATIONS:
EDUCATION and EXPERIENCE:
• High school diploma or equivalent (G.E.D.) required.
• 21 years of age at the time of graduation from the Wyoming Law Enforcement Academy.

LICENSING and CERTIFICATIONS:
• Possession of, or ability to obtain, a valid Wyoming Driver’s License within six (6) months of
hire.
• Possession of, or ability to obtain, a Wyoming Peace Officer Standards & Training (POST)
Certification, within twelve (12) months of hire.
• Must be legally qualified to possess and purchase a firearm.

SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION & PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:
The above job description is intended to represent only the key areas of responsibilities; specific
position assignments will vary depending on the business needs of the department.

Women, minorities, and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

Employment subject to extensive background investigation, including polygraph and psychological
examination. The successful candidate must pass a pre-employment drug screen test.

As a condition of employment, the successful candidate must utilize direct deposit for payroll
purposes.

Driving records are required for all new employees regardless of the position’s driving
requirements. If the employee has not held a Wyoming driver’s license for the last three years, the
employee must provide at their own initiation and expense a driving record from their previous
state(s) of residence.

Physical and Environmental Conditions: City of Casper employees that perform safety
sensitive tasks are subject to pre-employment and/or random drug testing. These tasks include,
but may not be limited to:
• Emergency response/rescue
• Handling or working with hazardous materials, including chemicals as well as solid and liquid
waste
• Operating or maintaining water and wastewater systems
• Maintaining City computer and data systems including networks, servers, communication
systems, etc.
• Driving for the City of Casper, whether essential or non-essential
• Operating power-driven machinery or equipment
• Handling confidential information, including personnel, health, financial, or attorney-client
information
• Working with or around children

Positions in this class typically require: balancing, stooping, climbing, scaling, crouching, reaching,
standing, walking, running, lifting, grasping, feeling, talking, hearing, seeing, and repetitive motions.
Medium Work: Exerting up to 50 pounds of force occasionally, and/or up to 20 pounds of force
frequently, and/or up-to 10 pounds of force constantly to lift, carry, push, and pull or otherwise
move objects, including the human body.

Incumbents may be subjected to loud noises, light disturbance, workspace restrictions, dusts,
odors, fumes, and chemicals. Incumbents may be subject to perform duties either indoors or
outdoors and on uneven terrain, which may include extreme climate/weather conditions.
Incumbents may be subjected to exposure and risk in working with hostile, resistant, and unstable
persons. The nature of duties involves constant mental and visual attention, and potential personal
danger. Incumbents in this position will be in situations where they may experience
critical/traumatic events and need to have the ability to quickly move between work spaces and/or
facilities.

Driving Requirements: For driving essential positions, employment with the City of Casper is
contingent upon a satisfactory driving record. A driving record that reflects any of the following
criteria is considered unsatisfactory:

1) Convicted of three (3) or more moving violations within the previous 36 months (three separate, individual incidents);

2) A conviction within the previous 36 months of any of the following:

  • Driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol;
  • Leaving the scene of an accident;
  • Fleeing to avoid arrest;
  • Reckless Driving;
  • Homicide or assault by motor vehicle;
  • Driving without auto insurance;
  • Driving on a suspended license;
  • Refusal to take blood/breathalyzer test for suspected DUI or impaired driving.

If you have questions regarding the background screen, pre-employment drug test or driving
record, please contact the Human Resources Office at (307)235-8344 prior to accepting a job offer.

APPLICATIONS MAY BE FILED ONLINE AT:
http://www.casperwy.gov
200 N. David – Human Resources
Suite 107
Casper, WY 82601
(307)235-8344
(307)235-8421
hrood@casperwy.gov
Position #1132-07 POLICE OFFICER

The Schuyler County Sheriff’s Office has an immediate opening for A Full-Time DEPUTY SHERIFF
  • Starting salary up to $33200.00 per year
  • $30 per month cell phone allowance
  • Take home vehicle 
  • County employees retirement fund(CERF)
  • Small County working environment
  • 12 hour shifts with every other weekend off (Friday,Saturday and Sunday)
  • Vacation and sick pay
  • Uniforms and equipment provided
  • Must be POST certified. If you are not POST certified, contact us for possible sponsorship through the academy.
  • The Schuyler County Sheriff’s Office an Equal Opportunity Employer
Please apply in person at 110 W Washington St in Lancaster Missouri. You may contact the Sheriff at 660-956-9493 or by email at schuylersheriff969@gmail.com for more information. 
 
The Cape Girardeau County Sheriff’s Office is now accepting applications for the communications officer position.
 
Applicants must be at least 18 years old at the time of employment, possess a high school diploma or equivalent, be a U.S. citizen, and not have any felony record or convictions for any crime involving moral turpitude.
 
Applicants will ideally have general computer knowledge, be able to deal well with the public professionally, and complete multiple tasks simultaneously.
 
The position works 12-hour shifts, including days and nights, with rotating days on and off, including holidays.
 
Primary duties include, but are not limited to:
  • Answering emergency (911) calls and non-emergency calls for service
  • Serving as the central answering point for the Sheriff’s Office
  • Logging calls for service and dispositions into our computer-aided dispatch programs
  • Dispatching a radio law enforcement officer, fire departments, and medical first responders to calls for service
  • Entering and maintaining warrants, orders of protection, and updating the sex offender registry.
Prior experience is not required.
 
Starting pay is $16.00 an hour. In addition, to pay, the position includes a standard county benefits package, including 12 paid holidays, two retirement programs, health, dental, and vision insurance, paid vacation time, and a $50.00 monthly uniform allowance.
 
Interested parties can pick up an application at the sheriff’s office at 216 N. Missouri St. Jackson, MO 63755 or complete one online or download one from our website www.capecountysheriff.org
 
For more information, please contact Lt. Zachary Dillard at 573-243-3551.

The Lewis County Sheriff’s Office is looking to hire a part-time cook.

The schedule would be every other weekend and one night a week with pay being $11.15 per hour.

If interested, please contact the office at 573-767-5287 or stop by to get an application.

Hiring Now In Cole County, Missouri: Patrol Officers and Detention Officers
 
Starting Salaries:
Post Certified Deputies $40,000 + Benefits
Detention Officers $35,000 + Benefits
+ up to $5200 in premium pay based on start date
 
Excellent Benefits Package includes:
  • Missouri’s Local Government Employees Retirement System (LAGERS)
  • County Employees Retirement Fund (CERF)
  • Fully-paid Employer Paid Health Insurance
  • Partially-paid Spouse and Dependent Paid Health Insurance
  • 13 Paid Holidays
  • Paid Vacation Time
  • Paid Sick Leave
  • Cell Phone Stipends for some
  • All Equipment needed is provided
  • Take home car is available to Patrol Deputies
  • In house gym
With 115 employees and four divisions (Administration, Patrol, Support Services and Detention) we offer opportunity for growth and advancement.
 
Cole County is a suburban-rural area of 398 square miles where Missouri’s State Capitol resides. Our 75,000 residents are extremely supportive of law enforcement which is helpful in making ours an excellent work environment.

Submit your resume to be considered for a position or for more information you can go to: https://colecounty.org/220/Sheriffs-Office

The Cole County Sheriff’s Department is an Equal Opportunity Employer Patrol

The Washington County Sheriff’s Office has an immediate opening for a Deputy Sheriff-Bailiff/Process Server.

Must be POST certified.

We offer paid health, vision and dental insurance for the employee, a retirement package, Monday-Friday, some weekends, paid bi-weekly, and more.

If you are interested in becoming a part of our team, apply at the Washington County Sheriff’s Office at 116 W. High Street Potosi, MO 63664 or online.

The Washington County Sheriff’s Office is an equal opportunity employer.

The Andrew County Sheriff’s Office is now accepting applications for the positions of Detention Officer – both Deputy and Civilian – as well as 911 dispatchers.
 
Benefits include:
$15.30 / hr.
Paid training
Uniforms and equipment provided (if required)
12 hour shifts with every other weekend off
Paid holidays
Paid vacation
Paid sick leave
Health insurance
Vision and dental insurance (optional)
2 retirement plans
 
Applications can be picked up at the Sheriff’s Office located at 400 E. Main Street, Savannah, Mo 64485.
The Iron County Sheriff’s Office has immediate openings for A Full-Time DEPUTY SHERIFF
 
  • Competitive salary
  • Paid health insurance for employee
  • Health savings plan
  • County employees retirement fund
  • LAGERS retirement
  • 12 hour rotating shifts with every other weekend off
  • Vacation and sick pay
  • Uniforms provided
 
If you have any questions please contact Detective Chris Barton cbarton@icsomo.org

The Morgan County Sheriff’s Office has several road deputy positions available. 

Starting Pay: $42,550.40

Benefits include paid health insurance, retirement, 14 paid holidays, 8 hours sick leave earned per month, and paid vacation.

Apply in person at 211 E. Newton, Versailles; email Rick Bias at rbias@morgancountymo.gov; or apply online.

Cooper County Sheriff’s Office is seeking to hire motivated staff members for Detention Officers and Court House Security Officers.

Pay is based on training and experience.
 
Apply at the office for an immediate interview or online.
 
Options for academy contracts.
Hiring Now In Cole County, Missouri: Patrol Officers and Detention Officers
 
Starting Salaries:
Post Certified Deputies $40,000 + Benefits
Detention Officers $35,000 + Benefits
+ up to $5200 in premium pay based on start date
 
Excellent Benefits Package includes:
Missouri’s Local Government Employees Retirement System (LAGERS)
County Employees Retirement Fund (CERF)
Fully-paid Employer Paid Health Insurance
Partially-paid Spouse and Dependant Paid Health Insurance
13 Paid Holidays
Paid Vacation Time
Paid Sick Leave
Cell Phone Stipends for some
All Equipment needed is provided
Take home car is available to Patrol Deputies
In house gym
 
With 115 employees and four divisions (Administration, Patrol, Support Services and Detention) we offer opportunity for growth and advancement.
 
Cole County is a suburban-rural area of 398 square miles where Missouri’s State Capitol resides. Our 75,000 residents are extremely supportive of law enforcement which is helpful in making ours an excellent work environment.
 

Submit your resume to be considered for a position or for more information you can go to: https://colecounty.org/220/Sheriffs-Office

 
The Cole County Sheriff’s Department is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
The Maries County Sheriff’s Office is taking applications for part time Dispatchers/Jailers.
 
The part-time shifts available are 7 days a week either: 7:00am-3:00pm or 3:00pm-11:00pm.
 
Starting pay is $15/hour.
 
Position requires a person who is at least 18 years of age, can pass a pre-employment drug test, random drug tests, pass a background check, possesses good interpersonal skills, and has a desire to serve their community with an agency that is more like a family than a job.
 
Pick up an application at the Sheriff’s Office in Vienna or email a resume to sjohn@mariescountymo.gov

The Newton County Sheriff’s Office is Hiring Corrections Officers

Starting Pay: $14.89 hourly pay rate.
Pay increase to $15.14 after successful 90-day probation period.

Full-time position, applicants with an active Missouri POST license can be commissioned after probationary period.

Health, Vision and Dental Insurance benefits available.

CERF Retirement Plan.

Uniforms and duty gear provided.

Job Duties/Responsibilities:

  • Monitors and directs group and individual behavior among the inmates to prevent, control and resolve inmate problems or conflicts.
  • Escorts and/or transports inmates to and from various activities within and outside the jail.
  • Assists with the inmate admission, classification and release processes.
  • Monitors and directs various inmate programs (e.g. recreation, visitation, etc.).
  • Provides and summons assistance and aid for inmates while maintaining the safety and security of the facility.
  • Dispenses authorized medications and administers first aid and CPR.
  • Delivers meals, mail, supplies, etc., to the inmates.
  • Maintains necessary financial records (e.g. cash accounts in inmate and canteen funds, bail, fines, etc.).
  • Collects, maintains, and completes necessary records and reports (e.g. criminal history, medical screening, medication delivery, inmate activity, inmate property, fingerprints, photographs, visitor logs, incident and discipline reports, etc.).
  • Searches and observes inmates, visitors, vendors, and others to ensure security.
  • Inspects all jail areas to ensure adherence to all jail policies and procedures (e.g. sanitation, security, etc.) and ensures that these aspects of the jail operation are maintained.
  • Acts as an unrestricted Deputy Sheriff in emergency situations such as riots, large scale civil disobedience, natural disasters and other situations as determined by the Sheriff.
  • Demonstrates punctual and reliable attendance in accordance with designated work schedule.
  • Complies with applicable safety rules, laws, and practices; uses proper safety equipment and procedures in all operations.
  • Performs other related duties and responsibilities as assigned.


Reports to:
Immediate Supervisor; Corrections Corporal; Corrections Sergeant; Corrections Division Lieutenant

Requirements for applicants:

  • Must be a U.S. Citizen
  • At least 18 years of age
  • Must possess a high school diploma or GED
  • Must meet vision, hearing and physical agility standards (WorkSTEPS®)
  • Must possess a valid Missouri driver’s license
  • Be able to pass a reference and background investigation, which may include a polygraph/voice stress exam
  • Able to work 12-hour shifts
  • Experience is preferred but not necessary to apply.


If you have previously applied for this position in the last 6 months, do not re-apply.
Applications will be accepted until this post is removed.

Any questions regarding this position may be forwarded to Corrections Lieutenant Mike Barnett – 417-451-8311

JAIL: Applications will be accepted by e-mail, in person, mail, or fax 417-451-8352

The Child Advocacy Center of Northeast Missouri is seeking a Prevention Education Specialist

Job Details:

Full-time
Wentzville, MO
 

Job Description

Prevention Education Specialist – 10 Month, Academic Year – Wentzville Position Description: The Prevention Education Specialist will deliver school and community-based presentations on various child abuse prevention topics for professionals who are mandated reporters, parents, and children of preschool through high school age.
 
In addition, the Prevention Education Specialist will attend community meetings and participate in community events to represent The Child Advocacy Center of Northeast Missouri when appropriate.
 
Primary Job Duties and Responsibilities
  • 1. Provide agency approved presentations for children ranging from Early Childhood thru High School on various topics of sexual abuse prevention.
  • 2. Provide agency approved presentations for parents on sexual abuse prevention.
  • 3. Provide mandated reporter trainings for professionals who work with children.
  • 4. Maintain contact with counselors or staff/administrators to schedule programs for assigned schools.
  • 5. Grade and import data collected from presentations.
  • 6. Maintain data and statistics for reporting purposes.
  • 7. Research and update to programs to ensure best practice.
  • 8. Attend community meetings, as needed.
  • 9. Serve as a representative of the agency.
  • 10. Other duties as assigned. Qualifications Minimum of a bachelor’s degree in education, criminal justice, social work, or human services field or 3-5 years of field experience.

Benefits include: 14 paid holidays, generous PTO, medical/vision/dental insurance, and more.

Reports to and supervised by: Prevention Education Program

Director Classification: Non exempt 10 month/academic year schedule

Schedule

Standard business schedule
 

Benefits

Medical insurance
Paid time off
Dental insurance
Vision insurance
 
 
The Child Advocacy Center of Northeast Missouri is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

LEWIS COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE IS HIRING

 

Starting Pay: $35,000 a Year – Negotiable If Prior Experience

Full Benefits Package Including Health Insurance, Retirement, Paid Overtime, Paid Holidays, Etc.

  • All Equipment Provided by County
  • Take Home Vehicle

For Inquiries Call 573-767-5287

 

The Carroll County Sheriff’s Office is hiring deputies.

We have immediate openings if you know someone that would be willing to relocate and start, or continue, their career in Carroll County.

Please spread the word.

Applications can be picked up at the office or apply online on our Facebook page.

POST License is required.

The Platte County Sheriff’s Office is currently accepting applications for full time Civilian Detention Officers.
 
Qualified candidates must
  • Be at least 18 years of age
  • Possess a high school diploma or GED
  • Successfully complete all phases of the employment process.
 
Initial Uniforms and Equipment provided. After 12 months, a $50/month uniform allowance is added to the salary for maintenance and upkeep.
 
If you are interested in receiving more information or would like to get started in the employment process, please click here.
 
For further information call the Platte County Sheriff’s Office at (816) 858-2424
 
The Platte County Sheriff’s Office an Equal Opportunity Employer. We consider applicants for all positions without regard to race, color, religion, creed, gender, national origin, age, disability, marital or veteran status, or other protected status.

SEMA has an opening for a Regional Coordinator in the St. Louis area.

SALARY: 58,452.47

The Missouri State Emergency Management Agency has responsibility for coordinating disaster response and recovery operations across Missouri – responding to everything from tornadoes and flooding to ice storms to the coronavirus pandemic. SEMA operates the State Emergency Operations Center and provides training and grants to strengthen Missouri’s resilience against natural disasters. 
SEMA’s mission is to help our fellow Missourians prepare for, respond to and recover from all emergencies. Each step will be guided by our core values of respect, integrity, trust, honesty and compassion.

Job Description:
•    Liaison between local officials (including Emergency Management Directors) and SEMA on all matters relating to emergency management. 
•    Work with the Statewide Volunteer Services Coordinator to integrate volunteer services responsibilities in local emergency management activities. 
•    Conduct four quarterly Regional Coordinator meetings/workshops annually to inform and train local officials in their duties and responsibilities. 
•    Assist local officials in the development or revision of all-hazard emergency operations plans.
•    Support the SEMA training program through participation in courses, seminars and workshops. Participate in state-level exercises.
•    Complete all required paperwork accurately and in a timely manner. Participate in scheduled conference calls and internal regional coordinator meetings.
•    Maintain communication with the Division Supervisor to keep him/her advised on regional activities and emergencies.
•    Other duties as assigned.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
•    Knowledge of the phases of emergency management and their relevance to public safety. 
•    Knowledge of the policies, regulations, guides, and precedents pertinent to the assigned emergency management phase(s). 
•    Knowledge of the National Incident Management System (NIMS) and Homeland Security Exercise and Evaluation Program (HSEEP). 
•    Skill in managing and resolving conflict in high intensity situations.  
•    Ability to gather, correlate, summarize, interpret, and report a variety of technical information and data. Ability to analyze implications, identify trends, and apply conclusions to complex problems. 
•    Ability to operate a motor vehicle and maintain a valid vehicle operator’s license. 
•    Ability to work nights, weekends, holidays and overtime as required.  
•    Ability to comprehend, interpret, communicate, and apply regulations, procedures, and related emergency management information.  
•    Knowledge of the different types of private, volunteer, and governmental emergency response and recovery programs and their purpose. 

Qualifications:
Bachelor’s degree and 2-4 years of relevant experience. (Substitutions may be allowed.)

Job Location:  This position will be located at Region C (UASI) includes St. Charles, St. Louis, Franklin, St. Louis City and Jefferson counties.

If you have questions about this position please contact:
DPS.Hires@dps.mo.gov

The State of Missouri is an equal opportunity employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees.

For details and how to apply click here.

 
Cole County Sheriff’s Office is Hiring  Patrol Officers and Detention Officers
 
Starting Salaries:
Post Certified Deputies $40,000 + Benefits
Detention Officers $35,000 + Benefits
+ up to $5200 in premium pay based on start date
 
Excellent Benefits Package includes:
Missouri’s Local Government Employees Retirement System (LAGERS)
County Employees Retirement Fund (CERF)
Fully-paid Employer Paid Health Insurance
Partially-paid Spouse and Dependant Paid Health Insurance
13 Paid Holidays
Paid Vacation Time
Paid Sick Leave
Cell Phone Stipends for some
All Equipment needed is provided
Take home car is available to Patrol Deputies
In house gym
 
With 115 employees and four divisions (Administration, Patrol, Support Services and Detention) we offer opportunity for growth and advancement.
 
Cole County is a suburban-rural area of 398 square miles where Missouri’s State Capitol resides. Our 75,000 residents are extremely supportive of law enforcement which is helpful in making ours an excellent work environment.
 
Submit your resume to be considered for a position or for more information you can go to: https://colecounty.org/220/Sheriffs-Office
 
The Cole County Sheriff’s Department is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Newton County Sheriff’s Office has an opening for a patrol deputy.

Starting pay: $18.97/hour
Pay increase after successful 90-day probation period.
Full-time position, commissioned.
Health, Vision and Dental Insurance benefits available. CERF Retirement Plan.
​Uniforms, equipment, duty gear, POST continuing education and patrol vehicle are provided*.

Responsibilities:
Maintain law and order and serve legal process of the courts by performing duties, including but not limited to; processing citizen complaints, documenting and writing reports on law violations, transporting prisoners, service of civil process, and overall general law enforcement in the county.

Requirements for applicants:

  • Be at least 21 years of age
  • Must be a U.S. Citizen and reside in the State of Missouri
  • Must possess high school diploma or GED
  • Must possess current Missouri P.O.S.T. certification or equivalent from another state
  • Must be able to work rotating 12-hour shifts
  • Must meet vision, hearing and physical agility standards (WorkSTEPS®)
  • Must possess a valid Missouri driver’s license
  • Be able to pass a reference and background investigation, which may include a polygraph/voice stress exam
  • Be able to relocate within Newton County in a reasonable amount of time, as determined by the Sheriff
  • All probationary deputies must successfully pass NCSO field training program

*residency requirement for take home patrol vehicle

Reports to:
Shift Sergeant; Patrol Division Lieutenant

Two years of prior law enforcement experience is preferred but not necessary to apply.

Applications will be accepted until this posting is removed.
Any questions regarding this position may be forwarded to Patrol Lieutenant Trevor Williams – 417-451-8300

PATROL: Applications will be accepted by e-mail, in person, mail, or fax 417-451-8352

CAREER OPPORTUNITY
MISSOURI DIVISION OF ALCOHOL AND TOBACCO CONTROL

Title:

Agent

Location:

Jefferson City District Office
1738 E. Elm St. – Lower Level Jefferson City, MO 65101
$46,423.68 Annual Salary

DESCRIPTION:
A vacancy currently exists within the Division of Alcohol and Tobacco Control. The position works from the Jefferson City District Office and will be assigned a designated territory within the boundaries of District 2 (see
https://atc.dps.mo.gov/about/contact_us.html). Agents of the Division are responsible for enforcing all Missouri statutes and regulations relating to the manufacture, distribution and sale of alcoholic beverages as set out in Chapter 311, RSMo.

BENEFITS
Agents are provided a state vehicle for work-related travel, and scheduling allows for some flexibility when not assigned to the district office. The State of Missouri also offers a comprehensive benefits package, which can be reviewed here, https://oa.mo.gov/state-employees-new#mini-panel-state-employees-tabs2. Annual grant programs also provide Agents an opportunity to earn overtime pay.

EXAMPLES OF WORK PERFORMED:
Business hours for the district office are 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday; however, an Agent’s hours will routinely vary, and will generally consist of approximately 40% office work and 60% field work, with fluctuations based on seasonal demand and staffing. Each district is responsible for conducting weekly enforcement activities which may consist of late nights, extended hours, weekend work, and possible overnight stays.

Office/administrative duties include, but are not limited to: serving as the primary point of contact for liquor license applicants, licensees, city/county clerks and local law enforcement agencies within a designated territory, and to review liquor license applications for completeness and eligibility.

Field work includes, but is not limited to: conducting retailer education training programs, completing routine inspections and site visits, investigating citizen complaints/surveillance, conducting joint enforcement activities with local law enforcement agencies, and conducting self-initiated and supervisor-directed enforcement activities primarily consisting of plainclothes operations.

QUALIFICATIONS:
To qualify for the position, the applicant must:

 Be a United States citizen and taxpaying resident of Missouri at time of hire;
 Possess a valid Missouri driver license;
 Be proficient in the English language;
 Possess a high school diploma or an equivalent certificate;
 Possess a Class A Missouri POST license at the time of appointment;
 Possess ordinary physical strength;
 Have a minimum of two (2) years law enforcement experience;
o College coursework in criminal justice or a closely related field or military police service may be substituted on a year-for-year basis.
 Reside within 60 miles of the office or relocate within six months; and,
 Be able to pass a job-related assessment exam, oral interview, criminal record check and background investigation, drug screening, polygraph, and psychological evaluation.

APPLICATION PROCEDURE:
Individuals who wish to be considered for this position must complete a State of Missouri Application on the MO Careers website. Completed applications, with any supplemental documents such as a cover letter, resume, college/university transcript(s), etc., must be completed and submitted by Tuesday, March 22, 2022, at 11:59 P.M., Central Standard Time. The MO Careers website can be accessed via
https://mocareers.mo.gov/hiretrue/mo/mocareers/index.html.

ASSESSMENT TESTING AND INTERVIEWS:
Computerized assessment tests will be conducted at the Jefferson City district office. Candidates meeting the minimum qualifications will be contacted for scheduling purposes.
Interviews will be scheduled at a later determined date.

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY STATEMENT:
The Division of Alcohol and Tobacco Control is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will be considered for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability status, or any other non-merit factor.

The City of Bourbon, Missouri is accepting applications for the position of Police Officer. All applicants must be a U.S. citizen, must be 21 years of age, a graduate of high school or possess a G.E.D equivalent, possess a valid Missouri Driver’s license and be Missouri P.O.S.T. Certified. 

Starting salary for this position will be $18.25 per hour, 13 paid holidays Shift Differential, Grant Time Pay, Paid Overtime.

Work schedule:

12 hour shifts, rotate every 2 months between days and nights , off every other Friday, Saturday, and Sunday

Benefits:

  • Health and dental insurance, and vision 100% paid for by the city
  • Lagers 100% paid for by the city
  • 75% paid health insurance for spouse.

Applications can be picked up at the Bourbon Police Department, 355 E. Pine St. Bourbon Mo 65441. For questions or to request an application call 573-732-4838/573-732-5550. Applications will be accepted until Position is filled. The City of Bourbon is an equal opportunity employer.

 

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Electric ‘police-prepped’ Chevy Blazer pursuit vehicle coming out in 2024

The Blazer EV PPV can log at least 290 miles before plugging in, Chevrolet says.


By Anne Berleant | Police1.com

DETROIT— Chevrolet’s debut of the new Blazer EV sports utility vehicle on Monday included a look into the future – the “police-prepped” Blazer EV PPV, which is set for a 2024 release. 

The electric pursuit vehicle will be based on the Blazer SS EV and will have “the largest Ultium battery in the lineup,” CNET reported. 

While pricing has yet to be determined on the electric police pursuit model, the non-police Chevy Blazer EV, set to go on sale in Summer 2023, is priced starting around $47,595.
While pricing has yet to be determined on the electric police pursuit model, the non-police Chevy Blazer EV, set to go on sale in Summer 2023, is priced starting around $47,595. (Photo/Courtesy of Chevrolet)

With a 557 horsepower and 648 pound-feet of torque, the Blazer EV PPV can log at least 290 miles before plugging in, Chevrolet said. 

The same front Brembo brakes that are in the Blazer SS will be used in the Blazer EV PPV, and the interior design will accommodate police officers and their gear. 

The driver-assistance technologies included in the police version are not clear, according to CNET. And while pricing has yet to be determined on the electric police pursuit model, the non-police Chevy Blazer EV, set to go on sale in Summer 2023, is priced starting around $47,595.

  The Osage County Sheriff’s Office is currently accepting applications for Sheriff’s Deputies.

The Sheriff’s Office offers competitive pay and opportunities of advancement through promotion. Salaries start at $40,000 per year. Apply online at www.osagesheriff.org or call 573-897-3927 to inquire.

Qualifications:·

  • High school diploma or equivalent.·
  • Must be 21 years of age or older.·
  • Must possess a valid Missouri operator’s license at time of appointment.·
  • Must possess a valid class A or B Missouri Peace Officer License or current enrollment in a police academy.·
  • Must pass a pre-employment drug screen prior to appointment.·

Applicants must be able to meet the physical demands of law enforcement activities which include, but not limited to, the ability to make forcible arrests and operate law enforcement equipment.·

Applicant must meet minimum qualifications set forth by the FBI and MSHP CJIS Security policy.

Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

*Osage County and its Sheriff’s Office have adopted a strong policy in regards to hiring, conditions of employments, and promotions not to discriminate in any way in regard to gender, race, color, national or ethnic origin, ancestry, religious beliefs, handicap or disability, sexual orientation, gender identity/expression, marital or parental status, military or veteran status, political affiliation or age.

Osage County is an Affirmative Action Employer.

 

 

The Vernon County Sheriff’s Office is now taking applications for:

Jail Administrator: $42,806.40

The position of jail administrator is responsible for the day to day operations of the jail including, scheduling, record keeping, approving incident reports, and advising the Sheriff on policy and procedures, contracts as well as coordinating with the inmate transportation unit. This position is a management position that requires some “hands-on” work in the jail when employees are on vacation or out for training.

Post Certification is preferred, or the ability to complete Police Academy within 24 months.

Full Benefits package included along with take home vehicle, gym membership, and cell phone.

To Apply: Applicants can send resume and cover letter to 2040 E Hunter in Nevada, attention Dianna Boultinghouse, by email at dmaus@vernoncosherriff.org OR visit www.vernoncosheriff.org to submit y