Do you have what it takes to be a Provincetown Police Officer?

PPD is testing entry-level, non-certified candidates
P-Town Police Department is testing entry-level, non-certified officer candidates.

From the Provincetown Police Department:

Do you have what it takes to be a Provincetown Police Officer?

Protecting and serving our community is a lot of work.

The Provincetown Police Department mottos, In partnership with the community, is founded on the belief that progressive, world-class policing comes from working in partnership with the people we serve every day to reduce, deter and prevent crime, and ensure public safety at all times.

Because our uniform police officers are the face of policing in Provincetown, we are committed to recruiting, training and developing the talents of well-rounded men and women with passion, integrity and desire to make a difference in people's lives.

This is first time since 2014 the department is testing for entry level, non-certified officer candidates. The department is hoping to hire approximately 2-3 new officers from this exam list. The new hires will fill positions open due to retirements and promotions.

Do you think you possess all the qualities that make a good cop?

The examination is scheduled for Saturday May 06, 2017 at the Provincetown Veterans Community Center (VMCC) here in Provincetown.

In order to take the examination, the candidates must:

a. Not be a convicted felon;

b. Be at least 21 years of age at the time of examination;

c. Possess 60 college credits of an approved field of study, or two or more years of service in the active military with an honorable discharge,

d. Have the ability to obtain a Massachusetts driver’s license

e. Have the ability to obtain a Massachusetts License to Carry a Firearm

The passing grade of the examination will be 70.

Cost of the exam is $80.00 payable to the exam vendor.

http://www.publicsafetyllc.com/…/provincetown-police-entra…/

Registration Open until Monday, May 1, 2017


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