Towards the end of a challenging recruitment season for Indiana State Police law enforcement.
The deadline to apply for the new appointment is March 26, and the Public Information Officer is Sergeant. John Perrin told the Hammer and Nigel show on Wednesday that applications were declining this year.
“We don’t have numbers in groups the way they used to,” Perrin said. “But there are still a lot of good people out there who want to serve their community and the state of Indiana.”
Perin said the ISP is looking for quality candidates of good character, not perfect people with perfect backgrounds.
“We’re looking for good people who want to work,” he said.
Perin is currently addressing the challenges of recruiting police departments across the county. He said it is not just limited to law enforcement.
“I think across the board – not just the police – many companies and industries are fighting to find applicants and people who want to work,” Perrin said.
Perrin said Indiana State Police is a great agency to start a career with if you have the desire to go into law enforcement.
If you are interested in applying to become an ISP officer, click here. Applicants can contact an employer here [email protected].
Must be a US citizen.
Must be at least 21 and under 40 years of age at the time of recruitment as a police officer.
20/50 sharpness in each eye and 20/50 distant binocular sharpness in both eyes.
Must have a valid driver’s license to operate an automobile.
If appointed, must be willing to live and serve anywhere within the state of Indiana nominated by the superintendent.
Must be a high school graduate certified by a Diploma or General Equality Diploma (GED).
Post-9/11 GI Bill Benefit Academic and Probationary Year.
Purchase options for military and law enforcement services.
The new tech-home patrol vehicle FTO has been issued after expiration (includes off-duty use).
Uniforms and more than $ 9,000 worth of new equipment are issued free of charge.
3 hours of on-duty physical training per week.
Annual 40 paid day leave and 150 hours new guardian leave.
Health / Vision / Dental and life insurance options for active and retirees.
Lifetime pension and late compensation match w / state.
Endless opportunities and career advancement.
Click on the link below to hear more from the Public Information Officer Sergeant. John Perrin’s interview with Hammer and Nigel.
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