Police Department Hiring Process

Prospective Police Officer,

 

Thank you for your interest in the Haw River Police Department.  Our department is a modern, well equipped, full service police agency dedicated to partnering with our community through community based programs to provide a peaceful and safe quality of life. While protecting the lives, property, and rights of all people to provide a professional, courteous, and honest delivery of police services. 

The Haw River Police Department is always looking for qualified applicants and accepts applications on a year-round basis whether there is an open position or not.  Should a position become open applications on file will be reveiwed and the most qualified applicants will be contacted for further consideration.  

All openings will be posted at: Haw River Careers

The hiring process with the Haw River Police Department consists of:

1) Submitt a complete and notorized hiring packet.  The packet will consist of

  • Town of Haw River application
  • Authorization of Release of Personal Information
  • NC-CJETS F3
  • Copy of High School Diploma or equivalent
  • Copy of Driver's License
  • Copy of Birth Certificate
  • Copy of BLET Certificate or General Certification
  • Copy of Social Securtiy Card
  • Copy of Credit Report
  • Copy of Criminal History for each state and county lived in

2) Panel Interview

3) Background Investigation

4) Interview with Assistant Chief of Police

5) Interview with Chief of Police & conditional offer.

6) Employment will commence after the completion of:

  • Medical Physical
  • Psychological Testing
  • Firearms Qualification
  • Final Approval from NC-CJETS

 

Sucessfully appointed applicants will also have to complete a 16 week field training program. 

Application packets can be picked up at the Haw River Police Department (105 Stone St. Haw River, NC) Monday - Friday from 8am-5pm.  



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