Police Officer Candidates
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You are encouraged to view current employment vacancies and submit an on-line application at jobs.untsystem.edu. In order to be considered for employment, you must first submit an on-line application.
After completing the on-line application, police officer and dispatcher applicants are required to complete the Application Supplement found on this page and turn that application supplement in to the police department. Please note, your application will not be considered until both the on-line application and the application supplement have been completed.
Applicants may then be asked to complete a Personal History Statement. If selected to complete a Personal History Statement, you will be contacted by the department and provided instructions.
All qualified applicants will be given consideration and notified by phone if they have been selected to participate in an oral interview board. The oral interview board will pertain to your background, Personal History Statement, and job requirements. Based on these findings, the board will then consider your application for a formal background investigation.
Upon favorable recommendation from the board, your application will be assigned to a background investigator. The investigator will conduct a thorough background investigation to verify your qualifying credentials, review any criminal record, and verify personal references. Background investigations will be reviewed and forwarded to the Chief of Police for recommendation for a final interview.
If chosen to move forward following the background investigation, you will be invited to a command staff interview. The Chief of Police will make the final determination on whether to make an offer of employment. All offers of employment will be contingent on satisfactory results of a criminal history check and employment verification coordinated by the Human Resources Department. Offers for employment for police officer and dispatcher positions will also be contingent on satisfactory results of the following exams:
- Police Officer: Medical & Drug Screen, Psychological Assessment and Polygraph
- Dispatcher: Psychological Assessment and Drug Screen
The complete selection process from the time your application is considered through the background investigation may take several weeks to accomplish. The position will remain open until a good pool of qualified applicants has applied or until the best qualified applicant is selected.
Applicants may view the status of their application any time by logging into the application system and will be notified by email from the application system when the position is filled. In the event that you are not selected for this position, you may apply for a similar or any other position within our department or the University of North Texas.
Again, thank you for your interest in the University of North Texas Police Department
Recruiting Contact information:
For information regarding positions available, contact:
Capt. Chris Deaton
Please do not send any applications, resumés, or any other application material directly to the UNT Police Department unless you have completed an on-line application or have been specifically asked to do so. This will help avoid any possible loss of materials or personal information
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