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York, Maine Police Department, Fulltime Police Officer Vacancy

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  1. bcantara10

    bcantara10 New Member

    York Police Department - F/T Police Officer
    York Police Patrol Division

    The Patrol Division of the York Police Department is under the immediate supervision of Lieutenant Owen T. Davis. York is a unique place to live, to visit, and to work. Just as unique is the Patrol Division of the York Police Department.

    The uniformed Patrol Division consists of four Sergeants, sixteen Patrolman, fifteen Reserve Officers and three Community Service Officers.

    Whether by marked police cruiser, unmarked police cruiser, police mountain bicycle, motorcycle, or on foot patrol, the Patrol Division provides 24-hour police services to the 56 square miles of the Town of York.

    Each of our patrol cars is equipped with the most modern equipment to assist the officers in positively accomplishing their daily tasks as well as numerous other tools to assist officers in the performance of their duties.

    Patrol is considered the backbone of the police department. Responding to a variety of calls including criminal, civil, and emergency medical calls, patrol officers are trained in handling any situation that may arise. In addition to responding to urgent needs, officers provide crime prevention services such as residential patrol, house checks, security surveys, directed speed enforcement, business and school visits, and informational programs on a wide array of topics.

    The Patrol Division strives to provide quality, professional police protection and services through a strong integrated relationship with the community. The policing strategy of patrol is that of proactive policing through community involvement.

    We hold ourselves accountable to the citizens we serve and take pride in a professional level of service to all our citizens, as well as those who visit or travel through our community. We will treat all citizens with dignity, respect, and honesty.

    Applications available at the York Police Department, 9 Hannaford Drive, York, ME 03909 or by calling 207-363-1031, or www.yorkpolice.org. Any questions, please call Lt. Owen Davis at 207-363-1031.

    The Town of York is an equal opportunity employer.
     

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