What we offer:
- A highly competitive compensation and benefits package
- Arizona State Public Safety Retirement System (PSPRS) as well as a 401K
- A variety of health and dental plans to meet individual and family needs
- State-of-the-art equipment and technology
- All duty gear and initial uniforms, including boots provided plus a quarterly uniform allowance for replacement/upkeep of uniforms
Preference given to applicants who are AZPOST Certified Full Authority Peace Officers. Must have a valid Arizona Drivers License, pass a background check, including drug, physical, psychological, financial and polygraph exams.
Preference in filling any non-grant/non-contract funded vacancies is given to qualified Tribal members of the Yavapai-Prescott Indian Tribe and to other qualified Native American candidates in accordance with the Indian Employment Preference Policy & Procedure.Current Openings: No openings at this time.
Police Officer – Lateral experienced law enforcement officers only
Lateral Position: Candidates with full-time work experience as a sworn police officer, active certifications, or less than a 60 month break in commissioned service are eligible to apply.
Police Officer – The Yavapai-Prescott Indian Tribal Police Department, a progressive, professional and community based policing agency, is seeking an AZ POST Certified Police Officer. Successful applicant will protect life and property through the enforcement of applicable Tribal, State and Federal laws and regulations. Full time patrol officer doing shift work with both traditional and non-traditional hours. $18.79-$25.05/hr DOE + medical benefits, paid vacation & holidays, 401k retirement plan and Arizona Public Safety Personnel Retirement System.
Applications submitted in person will be accepted through May 13, 2016, or, if mailed by postal system, must be post marked on or before May 13, 2016, to be considered for this round of hiring.
Lt. Tim Fletcher firstname.lastname@example.org 928-515-7373