Wash. PD calling for reserve officers
A 16-hour-per-month minimum commitment is required upon completing the program
The Ellensburg Daily Record
ELLENSBURG, Wash. — The Ellensburg Police Department is accepting applications for this year’s officer reserve academy, according to a news release. The program trains and equips state-certified reserve officers to work as volunteers with full-time officers during general patrol duties and assist school resource officers.
Candidates must be U.S. citizens, over 21 years old, have a valid Washington driver’s license and a high school diploma or equivalent. They’ll also have to pass a written test, psychological evaluation and polygraph examination.
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