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Position Title Announcement Date Closing Date Duration/Level

 Patrol Officer 

6/7/2018 6/20/2018

 

 Full Time

 

Job Responsibilities

 
The City of Riverton is accepting applications for a patrol officer. The City of Riverton is an Equal Opportunity Employer.  We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, sex, age, national origin or disability.

Applications and complete job description may be obtained by contacting the Human Resources Department for the City of Riverton at (307) 857-7706, by accessing our web site at http://www.rivertonwy.gov, or at Employment Resources located at 422 E. Fremont Ave. in Riverton, WY. All applications must be received by 5:00 pm, Wednesday, June 20, 2018. Please submit all applications to Kristin Watson, Human Resource Director. If selected, physical testing and interviews will be scheduled for Wednesday, June 27, 2018.

Qualifications


High school diploma or GED. Applicatant must pass a physical assessment, complete background check, and a pyschological exam with the Riverton Police Department. All applicants must take an entry level exam, unless applicant has equivalent experience. Applicant must have the ability to obtain the Wyoming Peace Officer Standards and Training (P.O.S.T.) Commission certification within one year of employment.
 

Job Description


Patrols within the jurisdictional limits of the City of Riverton as assigned, investigating and documenting violations of local, state, or federal laws; takes appropriate action on violations by verbal or written warnings, citation/summons, affidavit, or arrests; protects life and property; participates in problem oriented policing; responds to emergencies and controls hazardous situations; provides security checks; responds to requests for assistance form citizens; transports prisoners to and from the county jail.

Performs traffic control, investigation and enforcement, investigates crimes, conducts interviews with witnesses and suspects, collects found property and evidence, testifies in court, enforces court orders, executes orders of arrest and search warrants.

Operates and maintains certification with various police equipment including but not limited to assigned firearms, assigned less than lethal devices, intoximeter, radar.

Responds to high risk situations and participates in crisis resolution and problem solving; uses force as necessary, assists the fire department, ambulance, and other agencies when requested;

Prepares accident, offense, incident, arrest, evidence, property, missing persons, citation and affidavits and other forms and reports.
May be assigned to special enforcement units such as Bicycle Patrol, Special Response Team, K-9 Patrol or Division of Criminal Investigation Task Force.

 

Compensation

  
The pay for the full time patrol officer position is $20.03 to $25.88 per hour. 

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