Stone Harbor - SLEO Class I & SLEO Class II

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Department Stone Harbor Police Department
TypeEntry Level
Job TitleSLEO Class I & SLEO Class II
Registration Fee$35.00
Contactrwalker@stoneharborpd.net
Location Stone Harbor, NJ

Job Announcement

Stone Harbor Police Department, NJ Public Safety Jobs

STONE HARBOR POLICE DEPARTMENT
IS NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR

2022 SUMMER SPECIAL LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS CLASS I & CLASS II


THE DEADLINE TO SUBMIT YOUR APPLICATION IS FEBRUARY 28, 2022.

PLEASE NOTE, APPLICATIONS WILL BE REVIEWED ON A ROLLING BASIS AND SOME OR ALL OF THE AVAILABLE POSITIONS MAY BE FILLED PRIOR TO THE APPLICATION DEADLINE DATE.

 

SLEO CLASS I

These officers are empowered to issue summons for motor vehicle violations, city ordinance violations, petty disorderly persons violations and disorderly persons violations. Their primary duties are parking enforcement and crowd control.

These officers receive two weeks of formal training, 80 hours, at the Cape May County Police Academy that includes classes on criminal law, report writing, motor vehicle law, use of force, responsibility to the community, CPR and first aid, handcuffing, baton and self defense techniques. These officers do not carry a firearm. They receive New Jersey State certification as a Class One Special Law Enforcement Officer. The training is anticipated to be held in May 2022.

 

SLEO CLASS II

These officers have the same authority and arrest powers as a full time police officer while they are employed. In addition to the above responsibilities they have the responsibility of carrying a firearm.

The training is intense and requires 471 hours of course work at the Cape May County Police Academy. Two classes are held each year. The first course, or Winter Academy, runs from December through April and typically meets three to four times per week. The second course, or Summer Academy, is held for eight weeks from the beginning of May to the end of June with classes running six days per week. This hiring process is for the 2022 Summer Academy.   

The course of study includes, history of law enforcement, the NJ court system, community responsibility, criminal law, arrest search and seizure, use of force, patrol vehicle operations, motor vehicle law, first responder emergency rescue, firearms, PR-24 baton, chemical agents, self-defense, patrol tactics, criminal law, communications, report writing, court room testimony, military drill, and physical fitness. Graduating Officers can apply for college credits at Atlantic Cape Community College and receive full New Jersey State Special Law Enforcement Certification at graduation. Officers can apply for a waiver of some training when hired as full time police officers.

 

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

Applicants must comply with the following basic qualification standards:
- United States Citizen with a valid New Jersey driver’s license upon appointment
- Age 18 or above
- Possess a High School Diploma or Equivalency Certificate (State Board of Education)
- Good moral character (free of criminal convictions)
- Ability to distinguish colors accurately
- Normal hearing
- Favorable Physical Fitness Testing (SLEO II only), Background Check, Medical Examination, Psychological Profile, and Drug Testing

 

HIRING PROCESS

- Application Review
- Oral Interview
- Conditional Offer of Employment
- Physical Fitness Testing (SLEO II)
- Background Investigation, Medical Examination, Psychological Testing, Drug Testing

 

NOTIFICATION OF DRUG TESTING

The pre-employment process for the SLEO II positions will include drug testing. A negative result is a condition of employment. A positive result will cause:

1.) the applicant being dropped from consideration for employment; and

2.) cause the applicant's name to be reported to the central drug registry maintained by the Division of the State Police; and

3.) preclude the applicant from being considered for future law enforcement for a period of two years from the date of the drug test.

In addition, if the applicant is currently employed by another agency as a sworn law enforcement officer and the officer tests positive for illegal drug use, the officer's employing agency will be notified of the test results and the officer will be terminated from employment and permanently barred from future law enforcement employment in New Jersey. A refusal to submit to a drug test will result in the applicant no longer being considered for law enforcement employment in New Jersey.

Application Submission Deadline: February 28,2022
The Stone Harbor Police Department is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Please direct questions regarding this position to rwalker@stoneharborpd.net


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