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  • SPDJOBS
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    Lateral Officers:

    Pay for Lateral Officers range between STEP 3 and 6, depending on experience. Overtime and compensatory time is paid at time and ½, with a 3-hour minimum for court and off-duty call-outs.

    STEP 3 STEP 4 STEP 5 STEP 6
    (24-41 Mos Experience) (42-53 Mos Experience) (54-65 Mos Experience) (66+ Mos Experience)
    $24.34 $26.28 $27.48 $28.55

    There are two more steps after step 6 to get to top step.

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  • RCJailer
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    The website for Pierce County is www.piercesheriff.org.
    You can also contact the recruiter, Deputy Patrick dos Remedios at 1-866-926-7277. We also are recruiting both entry-level and lateral for both deputy and corrections.
    There is also a program where, after 3 years in P.C. Corrections, you can transition to deputy without a cut in pay or service.

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  • SPDJOBS
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    Seattle Police

    Take a look at Seattle PD. The website is seattlepolicejobs.com We are actively recruiting both sworn lateral and entry-level applicants at this time. Depending on your experience as a sworn police officer you would come in at a higher pay step then an entry-level officer. Your training and experience as a sworn police officer would have to be evaluated. The background process is expedited for laterals as well. If you have any questions give our recruiter a call at (206) 615-0762
    Last edited by SPDJOBS; 06-04-2007, 02:15 PM. Reason: mistake

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  • jeeper
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    Thanks for the heads up.

    What about other departments in the area that you may have knowledge of. I am certified as a CO, but really have no intention of transferring for a CO position, I'm required to get and maintain the certification because of my current job.

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  • RCJailer
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    For Pierce County you would still have to go through the same application/background process as the entry-level applicants. The only difference being, as a lateral, you might come in at a higher pay grade.
    If you came in as a CO, you would still have to go through the 4-week academy. But, with your LEO experience, you might be able to only have to attend an equivalency academy (2 weeks?) if you came in as a deputy (the LEO academy is regularly 20 weeks).

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  • jeeper
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    Lateral Transfer

    I'm considering doing a lateral to WA, specifically Pierce/King county area. I'd be coming from WI with certifications as a Jailer (Correctional Officer) and as a LEO with 3 years experience.

    I'd like to know, who's done a lateral and to/from where. What was the process like? How would you rate your experience? What should I look for or plan for that you would recommend. Specifically, things you weren't expecting or that caught you off guard that i should be aware of.

    Thanks...

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