|IN-STATE ENTRY CANDIDATES - CIVIL SERVICE EXAM|
|WRITTEN TEST||DATES TO APPLY||PHYSICAL AGILITY||INELIGIBLILTY|
|JULY 12th||FEBRUARY 26, - JUNE 17, 2014||
Aug 9th, 2014
*Note - original date was July 26th, this has been changed.
||TBA||October 18, 2014|
|OUT OF STATE ENTRY CANDIDATES - CIVIL SERVICE EXAM|
|WRITTEN /VIDEO TEST||DATE TO APPLY||PHYSICAL AGILITY||ORAL BOARDS||BACKGROUND
|July 12th||FEBRUARY 26, - JUNE 17, 2014||July 12||July 13||July 14,15
|Oct 4th||TBA||Oct 4th||Oct 5th||Oct 6, 7
NOTE FOR OUT OF STATE CANDIDATES:
All applicants who live outside the State of Washington will be scheduled to take the written and video exams the morning of the exam. Exams will be graded on-site for all out-of-state applicants.
Applicants who pass both the written and video exams will the be scheduled by the Seattle Police Department to participate in the Washington State Criminal Justice Training Commission’s physical ability test later that afternoon. The oral boards and background interviews are scheduled depending on passing each section of testing.
Entry Level Police Officer describes a candidate with no prior law enforcement experience and those who have completed a self-sponsored academy and have not worked as a commissioned officer/deputy for a law enforcement agency. All candidates must meet the minimum qualifications. Entry Level candidates must bring a completed, notarized, SPD Personal History Information Packet to their Physical Ability Test.
Exceptional Entry Police Officer If you are currently a sworn police officer who works full time for another police agency, but have worked there less than 24 months of the last 36 months, you are not a Lateral Entry Candidate. However, you may be considered an Exeptional Entry Candidate. See all Qualifications Individuals are evaluated on a case by case basis and must meet the following criteria to be considered as exceptional-entry candidates: Applicants must be certified via attendance at the Washington State Basic Law Enforcement Academy (BLEA) or an equivalent academy to the Washington State Criminal Justice Training Commission (WSCJTC) training academy, which is 720 hours long. (Basic training does not mean military or police reserve training or any other federal program not approved by the WSCJTC.)
Employed for less than 24 of the past 36 months (post academy experience), as a full-time, paid Police Officer, Deputy Sheriff, Tribal Officer or State Trooper who possess full police powers and duties.
Applicants must take and pass the City of Seattle civil service test for police officers.
Applicants must provide copies of current/valid academy certification, photocopy of a current basic first aid card and documentation of EVOC (emergency driving) training hours.
Officers will NOT have to attend the basic law enforcement academy; however, ALL certified law enforcement officers from outside the State of Washington must take and pass the Police Officer Equivalency Academy administered by the Washington State Criminal Justice Training Commission.
Please Note: The Seattle Police Department retains the right to send an Exceptional Entry candidate to the CJTC Basic Law Enforcement Academy and reclassify them as an Entry Level Police Officer if it is determined that a candidate’s existing training is not comparable. Officers successfully completing the Washington State Equivalency Academy and Seattle Police Department training will then enter into the Field Training program.
|CIVIL SERVICE EXAM (In-State and Out of State)|
|TESTING DATES||DATES TO APPLY|
May 21, 2014
You must meet the minimum hiring standards for all police officers. At the time of testing with us, you must be an experienced police officer who worked for another agency for at least 24 of the past 36 months (post academy experience) with full police powers and dutie