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The Belle Plaine Police Department is accepting applications for a full-time Police Officer. Applicants must meet the following minimum requirements: 21 Years of age, US Citizen, High School Diploma/GED equivalent, Valid Kansas Driver's License, no Felony or serious Misdemeanor arrests, and be of good moral character. Must be able to pass a written examination, oral interview, physical examination/ drug screen, and an extensive background check.
Benefits include but not limited to: Paid time off, employee and family Health insurance paid by employer, vision and Dental insurance, Holiday pay, Kansas Public Employee Retirement System (KPERS) benefits. Uniforms and equipment provided.
Starting pay for no experience/ non-certified Officer is $15.00 per hour, with pay raise after KSCPOST certification. Certified Officers pay dependent on qualifications.
Work Schedule consists of 7- 12 hour shifts (84 hours) per two week pay period.
Prior Law Enforcement certification is preferred, but not required.
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Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. The City of Belle Plaine is a Drug-free workplace and Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE).
Questions or requests for further information should be sent to: Asst. Chief Craig Divoll
Belle Plaine Police Department
Belle Plaine Kansas
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The City of Belle Plaine is a community in Sumner County, Kansas that has a population of about 1600 people. The City of Belle Plaine offers full-time employees dental, vision, and medical insurance. KPERS(Kansas Public Employees Retirement System) is the benefit pension plan offered.