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  • Career opportunities with the Casper Police Department

    The Casper (WY) Police Department is looking for quality men and women to serve as police officers. Testing will be conducted in Casper, Wyoming, on June 22 through June 24, 2005.

    Applicants must be:

    1. The minimum age of 21.

    2. A citizen of the United States of America

    3. A high school graduate or GED certificate of equivalence.

    4. Be legally qualified to possess and purchase a firearm. (Applicant must not have any felony convictions, or have any convictions for any misdemeanor crime of domestic violence. Applicants must never have been subject to any court ordered protection order prohibiting harassing, stalking or threatening another, etc.)

    5. Able to possess a valid driver's license and be insurable to operate a motor vehicle.

    6. Have no history of extensive illicit drug use, or any history of delivery or transportation of a controlled substance for profit, or be a "current" user of any illicit drug. "Current" use is defined as the use of marijuana or the abuse of prescription drugs within the past three (3) years; or the use of any other illicit drug (cocaine, methamphetamine, LSD, etc.) within the past five (5) years. All illicit drug involvement is subject to review to determine suitability for employment.

    7. Free of poor character, felony convictions, and criminal activity. Any other undesirable habits of any applicant or any false statements made by him / her in the application or in the examination shall be deemed sufficient cause to exclude an applicant from examination or removal from an eligibility list.

    Officers who are certified/trained in another state within 5 years may qualify for Wyoming POST certification by taking a written challenge exam, a POST certified firearms challenge qualification, providing proof of current CPR certification, and successfully completing the Wyoming Criminal Law and Procedures and Domestic Violence training. For more info, contact Wyoming POST Commission:

    Don Pierson, Director
    Phone: 307-777-6619
    [email protected]

    Linda Moore
    Phone: 307-777-6790

    Betty Haukup
    Phone: 307-777-7718

    All qualified applicants are required to undergo a testing process that meets the rules and regulations of the Civil Service Commission (Wyoming Civil Service prohibits off site testing.) Applicants who are successful with Part 1 of the testing process are placed on a certified eligibility list that remains in effect for one year, or until the list is exhausted. As vacancies occur, applicants are contacted according to the order that they appear on the certified list for Phase 2 testing.

    Phase One

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