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Court Officer / Associate Court Officer (State wide vacancies )

Discussion in 'Massachusetts Employment' started by Foxy85, Aug 23, 2013.

  1. Foxy85

    Foxy85 MassCops Member

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  2. soxrock75

    soxrock75 BOOM!

  3. 9X19

    9X19 MassCops Member

  4. Tuna

    Tuna Always entertained

    uploadfromtaptalk1374946638707.jpg white shirt promotional exam
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  5. Pvt. Cowboy

    Pvt. Cowboy Lemme take a selfie Staff Member

    That's so damn creepy...
  6. cheezsta

    cheezsta MassCops Member

    Cowboy, I hope you put in for this job you never know. Plus you don't need to already be academy trained. As always good luck bro
  7. Webb

    Webb MassCops Member

    What's the age limit ?
  8. wwonka

    wwonka MassCops Member

    Here I'll ask the stupid questions just to get them out of the way.

    Ch90? Take homes? Arrest powers?

    Sorry couldn't help myself.

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  9. nikc12

    nikc12 MassCops Member

    Anyone know what retirement system the probation officers fall under?
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  10. Goose

    Goose The list is long but distinguished. Staff Member

    They actually have police powers on courthouse property. Sad thing is they still don't have no stinkin' guns...

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  11. SouthernDaddy

    SouthernDaddy MassCops Member

    If the Trial Court had over 1500 applicants last year when they posted for ACO and only hired 90 total out of that, I wonder how many applicants they are going to have for ACO and now CO. I applied for 3 different county's. I wish i knew how many they are going to hired this time around.This should be
  12. Kilvinsky

    Kilvinsky I think, therefore I'll never be promoted.

    What a hell of a way to finish off your years of working. M-F, DAYS, INSIDE. I love my job, but I'm getting old and I want more opportunities to be on TV leading around prisoners.

    Ok, before court officers start screaming at me, I'm not saying it's an easy job, it's just...M-F, DAYS, INSIDE and a nice paycheck to boot.
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  13. cheezsta

    cheezsta MassCops Member

    What do these folks max out at and how many years do you have to put in to retire? 20
    What's the ot like here? None to very little?

    Next time I'm in BMC I will try and find out these guys always look kind of miserable except for the ones down stairs in the Sally port their usually cool
  14. mpd61

    mpd61 Retired Fed, Active Special

    Not sure, but be wicked surprised if they were NOT under the Golden Group 4
  15. EJS12213

    EJS12213 MassCops Member

    Same as CO'S group 2. Been trying for group 4 for a while.

    FOR CO'S
    NO: guns, tazers, ch90, hats, group 4, overtime(instead comp time towards paid time off), cruisers, vests, arrest powers off property.

    YES: Arrest powers(limited to court property only), group 2, cuffs and radio only, 2 week academy only(looking at increasing length), 6 months probationary period. nights, weekends and holidays off.

    CO START PAY: $48,158 Current max: $73,302 CO and ACO salary charts. PO salary chart.
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  16. Javert

    Javert MassCops Member

    Just to clarify the specifics...

    COs have ALL the powers of a Police Officer on and "about the areas of the court". Every full moon or so a CO does have to run off court property to arrest someone. Its VERY rare, see MGL 221 S 70A (powers of a CO). Also "about the areas of" has never been clarified or argued.

    We are the only court agency that is 100% unarmed and that is sad. But I'll say our new director (former chief of staff of the NCIS) and a few of us have already had a few good talks and we may just see some good changes over the next few years. Good luck to all!!
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  17. Inspector71

    Inspector71 Duke of Campus Police

    Just make sure you have a ticket book for CH.90, cuz your buddies (Magistrates) may toss some ULIARS arrests without a citation. And hopefully those changes come sooner than the next few years!
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  18. sig

    sig MassCops Member

    Has anyone gotten an interview? or heard process status? etc. :confused:
  19. Webb

    Webb MassCops Member

    I know uh !!! Probably our background isn't good enough.
  20. American Protector

    American Protector MassCops Member

    Anyone know if they are still hiring for these positions? After checking the website I found no mention for any Court Officers.
  21. Irishpride

    Irishpride Subscribing Member

    There was a posting state wide for Court Officers and Associate Court Officers, but it's closed now
  22. Javert

    Javert MassCops Member

    6,000+ apps for 27-40ish slots state wide.

    Give it anywhere from 8-12+ months for a call back.

    Stand by to stand by...
  23. American Protector

    American Protector MassCops Member

    "Hurry up and Wait!" Thats what they taught me in the Army :p
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  24. Tuna

    Tuna Always entertained

    You were in the Army??? Tell us about it.
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  25. Kilvinsky

    Kilvinsky I think, therefore I'll never be promoted.

    Somehow I KNEW his question wouldn't be simply answered. :rolleyes: You mess up on ONE thread, it haunts you on ALL threads. I read this yesterday and just let it go. :)
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