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  • CPD_HPFL
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    You can test for SGT at 3 years

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  • Jwebb514
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    Originally posted by teufelhunden88 View Post
    As of right now it's easily a 23 year to get job. It's all seniority based to get jobs so the fun cool ones take awhile. You'll push a cruiser for 10 years minimum unless you get promoted.
    What's the timeline look like for promoting up to supervisor and through the supervisor ranks?

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  • Adam2015
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    Lol!......

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  • OHbuck15
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    Truth.....

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  • teufelhunden88
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    I'll take making 83k a year, amazing benefits, 50$ an hour on special and dayton pd can have their swat after a year and 60k top out lol

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  • Adam2015
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    Lol ohbuck! Thanks tel for the ensight brother! I'll be happy to be in a cruiser for a while, hopefully I make through the rest of the process and get this December class so I can be a part of it all! I hear nothing but the best about cpd and how they're fas a whole.

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  • OHbuck15
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    DaytonPD will let you be on swat after 1 year! K9 5 years, homicide detective 2 years if your good enough. Very young department with lots of opportunities.....jus sayin

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  • teufelhunden88
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    No I ment you contribute 12.5 % of your pay into your retirement fund.

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  • Jwebb514
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    Originally posted by teufelhunden88 View Post
    Retirement is police and fire at like 12.5% of your pay , 25 years and 52 years old. Benefits are top notch, 100% paid tuition after a year , amazing insurance for low cost , lots of special duty for $$$. You won't see day shift for like 13 or 14 years I believe, swat 25 years , ntac 20 some, k9 20, motorcycle maybe 25, detectives 15 years I think depending. Basically you're on patrol for a while.
    Maybe I'm misunderstanding this, but you retire after at 12.5% of your base pay? That seems really low right? I thought most police departments (that I'm familiar with) retired you at like 50 to 60% of your pay?

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  • teufelhunden88
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    As of right now it's easily a 23 year to get job. It's all seniority based to get jobs so the fun cool ones take awhile. You'll push a cruiser for 10 years minimum unless you get promoted.

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  • Adam2015
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    Wow 25 years to get on swat!?!?

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  • jfortman
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    Although I did not make it through their entire process , I can tell you its a great agency. Everyone I met along the way was top notch, very informative and helpful. As with any agency its difficult to get in, well worth it though.

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  • OSU'16
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    Originally posted by teufelhunden88 View Post
    Retirement is police and fire at like 12.5% of your pay , 25 years and 52 years old. Benefits are top notch, 100% paid tuition after a year , amazing insurance for low cost , lots of special duty for $$$. You won't see day shift for like 13 or 14 years I believe, swat 25 years , ntac 20 some, k9 20, motorcycle maybe 25, detectives 15 years I think depending. Basically you're on patrol for a while.
    Lots of great information in your post, thanks for sharing.

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  • teufelhunden88
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    Retirement is police and fire at like 12.5% of your pay , 25 years and 52 years old. Benefits are top notch, 100% paid tuition after a year , amazing insurance for low cost , lots of special duty for $$$. You won't see day shift for like 13 or 14 years I believe, swat 25 years , ntac 20 some, k9 20, motorcycle maybe 25, detectives 15 years I think depending. Basically you're on patrol for a while.

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  • Jwebb514
    started a topic Seeking General Info on Columbus PD

    Seeking General Info on Columbus PD

    I couldn't find a recent thread on this so I thought I would start one.

    Can anyone provide some general info on working for Columbus PD? For instance - retirement, morale, benefits, length of time on patrol before promoting/moving to special assignment, etc?

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