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Police Officer (U.S. Mint)

Selection Process:
The U.S. Mint is always interested in qualified applicants.
An intensive selection process includes a written application, screening and oral board interviews, a background investigation, a pre-employment drug test, and a medical examination. These measures help insure the selection of the highest quality police recruits for the the U.S. Mint Police.
The U.S. Mint is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Employment Incentives:
In addition to providing a competitive compensation and benefits package, the U.S. Mint offers additional employment incentives such as comprehensive life insurance and health benefits, tuition reimbursement and employee training programs.
The U.S. Mint also has a gainsharing program that allows employees to benefit financially from the organization's success. All officers are eligible to contribute to a tax-deferred Thrift Savings Plan, in which the Federal government matches a portion of your contribution.

Minimum Requirements:
Applicants to the U.S. Mint Police must have one year specialized experience equivalent to the GS-4 of the federal service.
Creditable experience includes work on a police force, serving as military police, providing vistor protection and law enforcement services in parks, forests or other recreational environmenrs, performing criminal investigations, or completion of a bachelor's degree in any related program of study.
Character Profile:
A U.S. Mint Police Officer must be a mature, responsible individual with a high degree of tact, must be motivated for police work, must be able to work with minimal supervision and must be interested in helping all employees and visitors.
Must be a citizen of the United States.
Must have a valid driver's license.
Must be in excellent physical health.

Special Assigment Opportunities:
Protective Services
Special Response Team
Bike Patrol
Firearms Instruction
Field Training Officer (FTO)
Duty Location:
Washington, DC
West Point, NY
Philadelphia, PA
Denver, CO
Fort Knox, KY
San Francisco, CA

Additional Information
Established in 1792, the United States Mint Police is one of the oldest federal law enforcement agencies in the nation.
Responsible for establishing the standard "As secure as Fort Knox," our officers continue to meet that standard everyday.

The U.S. Mint Police are responsible for protecting over $100 billion in Treasury and other Government assets stored in facilities located at Philadelphia, PA; San Francisco, CA; West Point, NY; Denver, CO; Fort Knox, KY; and our headquarters in Washington, DC.
Today, U.S. Mint Police Officers have the primary responsibility for protecting life and property, preventing, detecting, and investigating criminal acts, collecting and preserving evidence, making arrests, and enforcing Federal and local laws.
Posting Date: 2004-03-23
Closing Date: Open Until Filled
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