Yarmouth Police Department announces full-time police officer exam; Reminder: Drug Take Back Day this Saturday

Yarmouth Police Department announces full-time police officer exam

Registration ends November 5th

The Yarmouth Police Department is seeking qualified applicants to be placed in a group for eligibility for the position of Full Time Police Officer.  The Yarmouth Police Department is looking for the best individuals who exhibit a strong sense of commitment to serving and protecting the citizens and visitors of Yarmouth.

A competitive exam will be administered on November 7, 2010 at 9:00 am at the Dennis Yarmouth High School.

Registration forms and instructions can be obtained on line at www.yarmouthpolice.com or at the Yarmouth Police Headquarters located at One Brad Erickson Way in West Yarmouth.

The deadline for registration is Friday November 5, 2010 at 4 pm.

Applicants must have a minimum of 60 college credit hours or be a Veteran with a minimum of one year of active service and honorably discharged from the military.

Candidates must be United States Citizens age 21 on or before March 1, 2010. 

The cost for the exam is $50.00.

The Town of Yarmouth is an Equal Opportunity Employer and offers challenging and exciting opportunities with competitive salary and benefits.

For additional information about this hiring process please contact Yarmouth Police Lieutenant Kevin P. Lennon by email at [email protected] or by phone at 508.775.0445 extension 2114.

Release courtesy of the Yarmouth Police Department.

Harwich, Dennis and Yarmouth Police Deparments remind Cape residents about Drug Take Back Day this Saturday

CAPEWIDE - The Harwich, Dennis and Yarmouth Police Departments would like to remind Cape Cod residents about Drug Take Back Day this Saturday, September 25, 2010 between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m.

During the program, residents are encouraged to bring their unused or unwanted prescription and over the counter drugs to their town's police deparment for proper disposal.

More and more, unused and unwanted drugs are falling into the wrong hands. Improperly disposed of medications are also endangering the environment.

For complete details and a list of all participating Cape Cod police departments, click here.

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