$6,225.00 - $6,225.00 Monthly
No Application Deadline
$6225 to $7946
Per Month Plus, excellent benefits
Police Officer Trainee: $ 5,929 per month
$6,225 per month upon successful graduation from Police Academy
Lateral Officer Hiring Bonus: Up to $10,000 ($5,000 upon hire; $5,000 upon successful completion of probation).
A lateral officer is defined as an applicant who is currently working for a recognized law enforcement agency who has successfully completed the probation period for that agency and possesses a State of California Basic POST Certificate.
Reasonable accommodations for the disabled: If special accommodations are necessary at any stage of the examination, or application process, please provide the city of Capitola with advance notice and every attempt will be made to consider your request.
Recruitment on going until positions filled
Capitola Police Department
422 Capitola Ave.
Capitola CA 95010
(831) 475-4935 or on-line at www.cityofcapitola.org
The City participates in CalPERS 3%@50 for employees with less than a six- month break in PERS-qualified employment. Those who do not qualify for the above will receive the applicable provisions and retirement formulas associated with the Public Employees’ Pension Reform Act of 2013.
Up to 7.5% for college units, or; up to 7.5% for Senior Officer Program
2.5% Motorcycle Patrol
10% Longevity (5% @ 10 years, 5% @ 20 years)
Vacation starts at two weeks per year and
increases with City set formula
Holidays – up to 150 hours per year
Sick leave– 120 hours per year
Medical, dental and vision contribution by City up to $1,400 per month
Uniforms are 100% paid for and maintained by City
Long term disability and life insurance paid for by City
Patrol personnel work a 4-10 shift
Detectives work 5/4 9-hour shifts
After 18 months of employment, the City offers an Employee Down Payment
Applicants must be a high school graduate (or equivalent)
21 years of age at time of appointment
Applicants must possess a valid Class C California driver license.
Lateral or Academy graduates shall possess a P.O.S.T certified Basic Police Academy
Be a citizen of the United States or be a permanent resident alien who is eligible for
and has applied for citizenship prior to application date. Applications shall not have been denied.
All applications need to include an official Pellet B verification letter. The City will accept a score of 48 or higher. The initial testing process will include oral interview examination. Applicants considered for the next phase will be required to pass a city-paid comprehensive pre-employment background investigation, polygraph, psychological and medical examination.
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