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Posted on: April 12, 2022

[ARCHIVED] Employment Opportunity: Police Officer

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Are you looking for the opportunity, freedom, training, and resources to make a difference in someone’s life? The City of Loveland Police Department is hiring for a Full Time Police Officer.

  • Annual pay is $68,051 to $83,042 with excellent benefits
  • High School Diploma or GED and OPOTA Certification required at the time of appointment
  • Extra test credit for education, prior law enforcement, and/or military service for entry level candidates
  • Hiring process includes a written test, oral test, background investigation, interviews, truth verification test, psychological assessment, drug test, and medical exam 


LATERAL OFFICERS: 
Lateral Candidates are considered current full-time State of Ohio Peace Officers or Ohio State Highway Patrol Troopers with at least one year full-time police patrol experience. Lateral Candidates are exempt from the written test and will proceed directly to the oral test. Higher starting salary and vacation credit may apply. Lateral Candidate applications are available at www.lovelandoh.gov/formcenter from April 12 through May 13, 2022.


ENTRY-LEVEL/NON-LATERAL OFFICERS: 
Entry level/non-laterals are required to take a written test through the National Testing Network and submit the results by May 13, 2022. Candidates with passing scores will be contacted and asked to fill out the Non-Lateral application. Part-time officers and corrections officers are required to take the written test. 


For questions, please contact Lt. Amy Campbell at the Loveland Police Department: (513) 583-3000 or Acampbell@lovelandoh.gov

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