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Recruit Trooper

Oregon State Police - Salem, Oregon

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Entry Level Salary:
$4,109.00 monthly
Top Pay:
$5,589.00 monthly

Job Description

www.osptrooper.com Oregon State Troopers provide a wide variety of public safety services. From the rural counties to metropolitan freeways, Troopers are trained to do it all. The mission of the Oregon State Police is to develop, promote, and maintain protection of people, property, and natural resources of the State, and to enhance the safety and livability by serving and protecting its citizens and visitors through leadership, action, and coordination of Oregon's public safety resources. The mission of the Department of Oregon State Police to enhance livability and safety by protecting the people, property and natural resources of the state. To realize our vision and accomplish our mission our objectives are to: BE THERE - whenever the citizens of Oregon need our services. PREVENT HARM - by providing direct enforcement, resources, and education. SUPPORT LOCAL COMMUNITIES - by providing services in and specialized assistance to communities throughout Oregon. Our vision, mission and objectives are driven by our values Pride - We take pride in our professionalism, the courage and initiative of our workforce, and the high quality of service we provide. Loyalty - We are loyal to the agency's public safety mission and the citizens we serve, demonstrated by our unwavering commitment to integrity, accountability, respect, and responsibility. Dedication - We are dedicated to each other, the citizens and communities we serve, our partners, and our mission of public safety.

Additional Information

To apply online go to: www.osptrooper.com Potential applicants interested in future hiring opportunities as an OSP Recruit Trooper are urged to prepare beforehand for the application process and Entry Level Testing. Historically, half of all applicants fail the physical fitness portion of the entry level testing process. To help prepare for the testing process, applicants can see their age group and gender physical fitness standards as well as watch associated videos demonstrating proper testing performance on the 'Trooper Testing Information' link. Additionally, applicants can review sample questions to help prepare for the written portion of the testing phase.

Job Requirements

  • Age: 21
  • Education: High School Diploma or Equivalent
  • Experience: None required Laterals Accepted
•United States Citizen. •Possess a high school diploma or equivalent. •Twenty-one years of age or older. •Possess and maintain a valid license to operate a motor vehicle. •Applicants must be in good health and good moral character. •Meet all applicable medical and physical requirements. An application will not be processed for any of the below listed reasons. •A felony conviction under state or federal law. •A misdemeanor conviction relating to domestic violence, sex crimes, fraud, or moral turpitude. •Other misdemeanor conviction within the last five years. •Conviction for minor in possession of an alcoholic beverage within the last three years. •Conviction for a major traffic offense or a DUII diversion within the last five years. •Criminal (Felony/Misdemeanor) operator’s license suspension within the last five years. •Three or more hazardous traffic violation convictions within the last two years. •Careless driving conviction within the last three years. •Conviction for an open container of an alcoholic beverage within the last three years. •Conviction of a Class A traffic violation within the last three years. •Five or more traffic violation convictions, including suspensions, within the last three years. •Operator’s license suspension within the last three years. •Possession, sale, distribution, manufacture, or use of an illegal drug within the last ten years. •Personal use of marijuana within the last three years. •Dishonorable discharge from a branch of the Armed Forces. •No valid operator’s license. •Operator’s License Expired. •Operator’s License Suspended. •Excessive driving record. •Convicted Arrest Record in violation of OAR 259-008-0070 Not Eligible to be Certified Police Officer by DPSST. Each applicant must be of good moral fitness (moral character). The following are indications of a lack of good moral fitness. •Illegal conduct involving moral turpitude. •Conduct involving dishonesty, fraud, deceit, or misrepresentation. •Intentional deception or fraud or attempted deception, or fraud in any application, examination, or other document. •Conduct that is prejudicial to the administration of justice. •Acts or conduct which would cause a reasonable person to have substantial doubts about the individual's honesty, fairness, respect for the rights of others, or for the laws of the state and/or the nation. •Conduct that adversely reflects on the individual's fitness to perform as a law enforcement officer.

Contact Informaton

James Duncan

Oregon State Police
4190 Aumsville Highway SE
Salem, Oregon 97317
phone: (503) 602-2622

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