James City County Police Department is hiring Virginia-certified police officers, according to a recent announcement.
Depending on qualifications, basic law enforcement certified officers would start as either a Police Officer I at a salary of $43,500 or Police Officer II with a salary of $45,674, according to the Jan. 28 announcement.
JCCPD describes itself as a “mid-size department offering opportunities in Marine Patrol, Underwater Search and Recovery, SWAT and Police Motors,” according to the department’s website.
In addition to a take-home car and a gym, benefits include health and dental insurance, retirement, life insurance, tuition assistance and a home ownership program.
“JCC is an exceptional place to live and work,” JCCPD said in a prepared statement. “With a great quality of life, the county offers top-notch education, access to healthcare, history, arts and many recreational activities which makes this a vibrant community where there is always something to do.”
JCCPD encourages minorities and women to apply, and is a military-friendly employer.
To submit an application for employment, visit the James City County Career Center.
Those seeking more information about employment with James City County Police Department can visit their website.
Those who have additional questions, want to schedule a tour or chat with an officer about their experiences working in law enforcement are encouraged to call Stephanie Williams at 757-259-5173 or send her an email at email@example.com.
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