Under close supervision, performs routine patrol, law enforcement and investigative duties.
EXPERIENCE & EDUCATION:
High School Diploma or GED equivalent; Arizona Peace Officer Standards and Training Certification within one (1) year of appointment; or an equivalent combination of education and experience. ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS: This classification requires the applicant to successfully complete a background check, physical, psychological, polygraph examination, and drug test prior to appointment; must be 21 years of age and a United States citizen; must possess and maintain a valid driver’s license; must be willing to submit to random drug testing; and must have the ability to work all three shifts (days, afternoons, and graveyards), holidays, and weekends.
EXAMPLES OF WORK:
( Illustrative Only ) Patrols assigned area for the prevention of crime; enforcement of laws and protection of life and property; responds as needed to calls for service; arrests violators of law; identifies and interviews witnesses, victims and criminals; prepares reports; secures accident and crime scenes, and responsible for crowd control; administers first aid; collects and secures evidence, and maintains chain of evidence for criminal investigations; apprehends, detains and searches suspects, and cites or arrests for civil and criminal law violations; transports and books arrestees; assists in surveillance work; executes various writs, subpoenas and court orders; appears in court and hearings as a witness; performs other duties as assigned.
To view Application Process click here : Yuma County Application Process
Erlinda San Roman, Employment Analyst
Yuma County Human Resources
Mandatory Form [Word document]: Application Signature Form
Download, complete, and fax to 928-373-1153