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JOB REQUIREMENTS:

FT - Must be flexible to shifts

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Under the direction and supervision of the Shift Sergeant or, in his or her absence, the senior most officer acting in the capacity of Shift Sergeant, the incumbent performs general police duties. A police officer, through the enforcement of Tribal, Federal and State laws and ordinances, performs related work duty often under emergency situations. High school diploma or general equivalency diploma (GED) is required (post-secondary credits or degree in Law Enforcement or related field is beneficial). CT POST Certified preferred. Ability to acquire a working knowledge of Tribal, Federal and State laws and Tribal ordinances, motor vehicle laws and traffic control, modern techniques of law enforcement, crime investigations and control and observe situations analytically and objectively and record them clearly and completely. The incumbent will be engaged in police patrol operations such as traffic enforcement, detection and reporting of hazardous conditions, community policing programs, detecting criminal activities and investigating reports of crimes, arresting criminal offenders and processing reports and court documents, receiving and serving court orders, executing search and arrest warrants applied for or ordered by the Tribal Court, and other special details and events as needed. The candidate must possess the ability to react quickly and calmly in emergencies, execute duties firmly, tactfully, courteously, and impartially. He or she will be required to learn the use and care of firearms, the operation of emergency vehicles, and to use communications and first-responder equipment.
 

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I had to pick up a friend who was a little to intoxicated one evening and the guys I delt with were great guys
 

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Who do you have to slip wampum to for this job?
You're paid in beads, blankets and whiskey. I'm applying tomorrow.

On a side note, there's a Native American History museum on the reservation that's a GREAT take-in and there's a complete Tribal Police uniform on display. Very nice.
 

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I sent in my resume . Never heard back and Im native American
They give hiring preference first to their own tribal members then to native Americans that are currently members of a tribe acknowledged by the Bureau of Indian Affairs, then to spouses of tribal members, then to unenrolled but documented native Americans. They have had and currently have officers from tribes all over the country employed there. Unless an applicant has documentation to back up native heritage they don't consider it a factor. I'm not directing this at you I'm just stating how they operate down there.

http://www.mptnlaw.com/MERO/MERO_Pref.htm
 

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I'm a native American. My family has been here for at least three generations!
 
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I interviewed and tested with them but was unable to meet cooper to the 50th percentile. They seemed like they were squared away and the then acting Chief was great to talk to and seemed very progressive.
 
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