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  • Officer Recruiting Western Australia
  • Parker Police in Western Australia, , Australia
  • jobs
  • 1 month ago

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Parker Police Department recruiters are available to answer your questions and talk to you about the next steps to becoming a Parker Police Officer. If you are interested in learning more about being a Parker Police Officer, fill out our job interest form and a recruiter will answer your questions.
Detective Cashman Detective Cashman has been with the Parker Police Department since 2005. During her career with the department, she’s been assigned to patrol, where she eventually became a field training officer. She was assigned to the Professional Standards Division for seven years as the community resource officer, public information officer, recruitment officer and emergency management. She’s been a member of the police department’s mentoring and peer support teams and the bike patrol unit for years.
Officer Hennager went to Metropolitan State University of Denver before completing the police academy at Arapahoe Community College. She was hired by the Parker Police Department in 2021... and is currently the Community Resource Officer and Training Coordinator. Officer Hennager is also on the Mounted Patrol Unit.
Officer Holmes was a United States Marine Corps member and deployed to Iraq as a contractor before becoming a police officer. After his Marine Corps service and other deployments, he utilized the GI Bill to attend the police academy at Arapahoe Community College. Officer Holmes joined the Parker Police Department in 2018.
Working for the Parker Police Department is an opportunity to serve a community that appreciates, respects and trusts their police department and officers. Parker officers feel unmatched community support every day in the pro-law enforcement Town of Parker.
The Town of Parker is annually rated as one of the safest cities in Colorado, with a population greater than 25,000. Money Magazine ranked Parker as the 2nd best place to live in America .
Parker Police Officers are some of the highest-paid in the Denver metro area and the state of Colorado. The top pay for patrol officers is $104,894.40 with the potential to earn more with overtime and off-duty. First-year officers start at $78,270.40. The Town pays for the police academy for sponsored recruits and a salary of $56,160 while in the academy. Additionally, patrol officers work four 10-hour shifts and are offered a defined pension plan through Fire and Police Pension Association of Colorado (FPPA).
2023 Officer Step Plan
Step 1-$78,270.40
Step 2-$82,180.80
Step 3-$86,299.20
Step 4-$90,604.80
Step 5-$95,139.20
Step 6-$99,902.40
Step 7-$104,894.40
The Town of Parker offers a generous benefits package including:
Educational assistance program
Employee assistance program
Family membership to the Parker Recreation Center and Fieldhouse
FPPA defined pension plan
Holiday pay
Life and accidental death and dismemberment insurance
Long-term disability insurance
Medical insurance
Short-term disability insurance
Sick leave
Vacation
Vision insurance
Voluntary term insurance
Step 1-$113,817.60
Step 2-$119,516.80
Step 3-$125,486.40
Step 4-$131,768.00
Step 5-$138,340.80
Step 6-$145,267.20
Special Assignments The Parker Police Department is a mid-size agency (81 sworn officers) with an impressive list of special assignments available for officers. Officers are eligible for special assignments after completion of a twelve-month probationary period.
Bike Patrol
Community Response Team
Criminal Investigations
Crisis Negotiation Unit
Critical Incident Response Team (CIRT)
Douglas County Multijurisdictional SWAT Team
Douglas County Multijurisdictional IMPACT Unit
Drone Operator
Drug Recognition Experts (DRE)
Emergency Management
Emergency Vehicle Operations Control (EVOC) Instructor
Honor Guard
Internet Crimes Against Children
K9 Unit
Motorcycle Unit
Mounted Patrol
Police Training Officers (PTO)
Public Information Officers (PIO)
Range Instructor
School Resource Officers
Traffic Unit
Youth Educational Programs
Equipment and Uniforms You will not need to spend money out of pocket on the required equipment. The Town provides its officers with uniforms, ballistic vests, a handgun, an AR rifle (once qualified), leather gear, rain gear, flashlight, digital portable radio and other needed equipment.
Essential Qualifications A current Colorado POST certification as a Level 1 Peace Officer is required at the time of hire. An Associate's Degree in Law Enforcement, Criminal Justice, or related field is preferred, along with a combination of education and experience to provide the necessary knowledge, skills, and abilities. It is also a requirement that each eligible candidate type 25 words per minute. The ability to successfully complete a background check, including but not limited to a criminal history search, drug screen, polygraph, and psychological and physical examination is required. Here is the list of employment disqualifiers for Parker Police Officers.
Parker police officers are not required to live within the Town of Parker to be employed by the Town.
Town of Parker The Town of Parker has experienced tremendous growth throughout the last decade yet still retains its small-town character and open space. Parker's home on the edge of Colorado's prairie and its convenience to the Denver metropolitan area have made our community a popular place to live and work with a spectacular view of the Rocky Mountains. The Town of Parker encompasses 22.4 square miles and is located in northern Douglas County, situated between Colorado's two largest cities - Denver and Colorado Springs.
Community Highlights Parker Ranks 2nd in 2020's Best places to live - Money Magazine
Second Safest Town more than 50,000 residents 2020 - Safewise
Douglas County Ranks 7th on Nation's Richest County List - Forbes
Douglas County Ranks 4th in Where the Jobs Are - CNN Money
Community Snapshot Population: 64,073
Trade Area Population: 147,509
Median Age: 35
Median Household Income: $116,631
Number of Households: 21,707
Median Home Value: $665,000
Questions For more information, email or call 303.805.6532.

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