Cincinnati Police Looking for New Officers
The Cincinnati Police Department is looking for new recruits.
Applications for the next police recruit exam are now being accepted, the department said in a news release.
Candidates interested in a career in law enforcement with an opportunity for advancement should apply here.
Those interested must be at least 21 years old at the time of appointment, be a high school graduate (or equivalent), be eligible to work in the U.S., and have a valid driver's license/
The department is especially seeking candidates with technology/data management expertise, social media experience, ability to speak multiple languages, military experience, and college courses/college degrees, a news release said.
The open recruitment phase will last through Feb. 1.
Police recruits earn $16.88 per hours during a 28-week police academy training. Once completed, officers can make between $60,294 to $72,115 after five years (not including overtime).
“We are seeking qualified candidates to help our department grow to engage the community and fight crime using some of the best tools available,” said Chief Eliot Isaac. “This is a great opportunity for those interested in not only becoming police officers but having a long-term career in law enforcement.”