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This was in the Lowell Sun on-line....

LOWELL Start cramming.
The city's Human Resources Department has announced that applications to take the police officer's examination are now available.

The test will be given on April 30, 2005. The location hasn't been determined.

Residence doesn't matter. Applicants, however, must be at least 19.

Registrations submitted before midnight on Feb. 21 cost $60; registrations after that date cost $85.

For more information, call Mary Callery in the Human Resources Department at 978-970-4032.
 

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Yeah, that is the same date as the civil service exam and also the same prices and also the same filing date. hmmmmm......:shifty:
 

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Lowel is civil service and according the the list I have they do have residency preference, unless it has changed...
 

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I just spoke with HR.. it is the civil service exam. They are just trying to get more applicants to take the exam. They do have a residency preference .. but you are not required to live in the town to take the exam....
 

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Boston does the same thing, they advertise it as a Boston Police Exam. It's just to sign up for the civil service exam, it's probably just easier for them to advertise it that way for those who can't comprehend the concept of civil service too quickly. :roll:
 
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