The Town of Southbury is currently accepting applications for the positions of Entry Level Police Officer and Certified Police Officer.
The Town of Southbury is now accepting applications for both certified and entry-level Police Officers.
The Police Officer position involves responsibility for protection of life and property, the prevention, detection, and investigation of crimes and ordinances and maintaining law and order. Police Officers must use logic, common sense, and their own judgment while acting with and without supervision in emergency situations.
The Town of Southbury offers a comprehensive benefit package including: defined pension after 20 years & age 50, paid sick time, paid holidays, paid vacation, personal time, life and long-term disability insurance and a 4/2 schedule.
Starting salary range is $60,271.33 – $66,449.14 depending on experience.
- CHIP Physical Ability Card
- CPCA Entry Level Written Exam with a 70% or better
- 21 Years of age at the time of appointment
- High School or General Educational Development Diploma (minimum)
- Possess a valid Connecticut Driver's License
- No Felony Convictions
- No DWI Convictions
- No Class A or Class B Misdemeanor Convictions
- No arrests/convictions of domestic violence
- No acts of perjury or false statements
- Oral Panel Examination
- Background Investigation
- Polygraph Examination
- Physical Examination including drug screening
- Psychological Examination
POLICE DEPARTMENT PROFILE
The Southbury Police Department consists of 23 full-time police officers, one Resident Trooper Supervisor, 5 full-time dispatchers, 2 part-time dispatchers, and 2 civilian employees.
For the Southbury Police Department, community policing means more than being mobile and highly visible. It means frequently interacting with citizens and business owners in a more personal and positive manner. The Southbury Police Department prides itself on community involvement.
The Southbury Police Department is proud of its officers' professional development and partnership with the community they serve. Our officers are dedicated to providing the most professional policing services possible to our community. We look for applicants that have a strong work ethic, a strong moral character, a firm commitment to honesty and integrity, and a genuine desire to serve their community. We only hire the greatest applicants, and we want you to be one of them.
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.
Applicants are responsible for checking their email and logging into their PoliceApp, PublicSafetyApp, FireFighterApp or EmployementApp account to monitor for emails, scheduling and process updates.
Details are available on the Town of Southbury Employment Opportunities web page.