Gwinnett County Police Department holds hiring event in New York

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GWINNETT – The Gwinnett County Police Department, located in Metro Atlanta, is currently hiring for over 100 police officer positions.  GCPD will hold a hiring event September 22-23 at the Monroe Community College Public Safety Training Center (1190 Scottsville Road, Rochester, New York 14624).  This event will run from 8:00am to 5:00pm both days.  Walk-ups are welcome, but we recommend applicants visit www.gwinnettpolicejobs.com to pre-register and begin required paperwork.  This will speed up the process for applicants once they arrive.
 
Applicants will complete a large portion of the hiring process during the event and should plan on spending a few hours with us.  The event will include an orientation session, physical fitness assessment, panel interview, and written psychological test.
 
Why Gwinnett Police?
 
Time – All applicants are subject to a thorough background investigation.  At GCPD, our goal is to complete the hiring process in 90 days or less, which is significantly faster than most police agencies.  Most applicants’ background investigations are completed well before the 90 day mark, and attendance at the hiring event will make the process even faster.
 
All parts of the hiring process will be offered in New York.  This means that applicants won’t have to come to Gwinnett until they receive a final job offer.
 
Pay – Starting salary for a Police Officer Trainee is $38,642 ($40,960 with a bachelor’s degree).  Police Officer Trainees automatically promote to Police Officer Senior on their one year anniversary with successful completion of the police academy and field training program.  Base salary is increased to $43,200 at that point ($45,792 with a bachelor’s degree).
 
After two years at the rank of Police Officer Senior, officers are eligible for a non-competitive promotion to Master Police Officer with completion of certain training requirements.  Base salary is increased to $49,528 at that point ($52,500 with 4 year college degree).
 
Applicants who receive a final job offer can begin work immediately for full pay.  Police Officer Trainees will receive a non-enforcement assignment within the department until the next academy begins. Trainees attend GCPD’s own police academy and receive full pay throughout.
 
Additional Benefits – GCPD offers a relocation reimbursement of up to $2000 for qualified expenses.  Upon graduation from the police academy, GCPD provides each officer with a take-home car, and issues all uniforms and equipment.  After two years with the department, employees are eligible for college tuition reimbursement.  GCPD offers defined contribution (401(a)) and deferred compensation (457(b)) retirement options.
 
Lateral Transfers – Certified law enforcement officers are considered on a case-by-case basis for our lateral transfer program.  Out-of-state transfers must attend the full academy, but will start at a higher salary based on years of service.
 
Opportunity – Upon graduation from the academy, police recruits are sworn in as police officers.  Two years from an officer’s date of hire, they are eligible for assignment to a specialized unit.  GCPD is a large, full service department, and has a wide range of assignments, including K9, SWAT, Criminal Investigations (detectives), Hazardous Devices Unit, Motorcycle Unit, DUI Unit, Accident Investigation Unit, Aviation, and Narcotics.
 
Please visit www.gwinnettpolicejobs.com for more information, and to apply.
News courtesy of the Gwinnett County Police Department

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