The Darien Police Department is HIRING Certified Connecticut Police Officers

The Darien Police Department is now hiring Certified Connecticut Police Officers ONLY!

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Sick leave, paid vacation, 12 paid holidays, pension plan, group life insurance, group health insurance, longevity increases, tuition reimbursement. Opportunity for extra duty pay, 20-year retirement with no age limitation. Salary range $71,133-$98,941.

Candidate Requirements

Connecticut Certified police officers who have maintained their certification for a minimum of two consecutive years. Candidates must have earned a minimum of 30 credits from an accredited college or university, and are required to attach a copy of their diploma or academic transcript(s) to their application at time of submission.
A resume and copy of the candidate’s current certification must also be submitted with the application.
A minimum passing score of 70% on the CPCA Certified Officer Exam is required prior to applying. In addition, potential candidates will be required to complete and successfully pass a staff interview and in-house physical agility (CHIP not required), Police Commission interview, polygraph examination, psychological evaluation, medical examination and a thorough background investigation. A competitive wage and benefits package will be offered in accordance with the current labor contract. Select tattoos visible (inquire about policy).
1. Application
2. CPCA Certified Officer Exam
3. Physical Fitness
4. Oral Examination
5. Polygraph Examination
6. Psychological Examination
7. Drug Screen
8. Stress Test
9. Medical Examination
10. Comprehensive Background Investigation
Successful passing of the written examination, physical fitness testing, oral board and remainder of the selection process requirements as indicated does not guarantee employment by the Darien Police Department.
The Town of Darien is an equal opportunity employer.
Jobs close at 11:59 PM (Eastern) on the deadline date specified, or when the position capacity has been met, or unless otherwise specified in the announcement. If the deadline date is not specified in the announcement, the agency has sole discretion on setting the deadline and jobs may close without notice. It is the applicant's responsibility to thoroughly read and understand the deadline requirements and capacity limits as outlined by the agency.



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