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Nebraska Crime Commission

Commission on Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice

Law Enforcement Job Listings

Job listings posted below are retrieved from the Nebraska Criminal Justice Information System. The Nebraska Crime Commission does not make any guarantee of accuracy of these listings. If you need further information or accommodation on a job listing, please contact the law enforcement agency directly. If you are a law enforcement member and would like a post to appear here, please contact your NCJIS administrator.

Agency Name Position Title Description
ALBION POLICE DEPARTMENT Police Officer-Full Time Full-time Police Officer Position. Nebraska Law Enforcement Certification is preferred but not required. Non-Certified requires High School Diploma or equivalent. 21 y/o prior to graduation from NLETC. Pay is salary with available overtime/call out pay. Full family health insurance with paid deductible, 401k with city matching 5%. Progressive step raise program based on annual evaluations. Certified pay will be negotiable based on experience. Department furnished uniforms and equipment.
Alliance Police Department Police Officer / Non-Certified Join Our Team as a Police Officer! Position Open Until Filled Wage Range as of October 5, 2023: $23.17 - $31.93 per hour depending on qualifications and experience. Are you a dedicated and experienced law enforcement professional ready to make a difference in your community? We're looking for certified police officers to join our team and serve as the guardians of our community. About the Job: As a Certified Police Officer, you will play a crucial role in maintaining law and order, ensuring the safety of our residents, and responding to emergencies. Your duties will encompass police patrol, investigations, traffic regulation, and various law enforcement activities. With your experience and judgment, you will work diligently to preserve the peace and enforce the law, making a positive impact on our community. What You Can Expect: •Competitive Compensation: Your dedication is rewarded with a competitive hourly wage ranging from $23.17 to $31.93, depending on your qualifications and experience (effective October 5, 2023). •HIRING BONUS FOR LATERAL TRANSFERS: Full-time Police Officers currently certified in the State of Nebraska at the time of hire may be eligible to receive up to $20,000 as a hiring bonus, and/or to purchase equivalent vacation leave hours. •Hiring bonus for non-certified eligible to receive up to $6,500 as a hiring bonus, and/or to purchase equivalent vacation leave hours. •Opportunity for Advancement: After successfully completing your probation and field training, you'll be eligible for a step increase. •Out-of-State Officers Welcome: We welcome out-of-state certified officers to join our team and bring their valuable experience to our community. •Specialty Positions and Perks: We offer a range of specialty positions, including School Resource Officer (SRO), K-9, Investigations, community events/projects, TRT (Tactical Response Team), certified instructor positions and more. Take advantage of perks like the option for take-home vehicles, paid gym memberships, the opportunity to work out on duty, promoting your physical fitness and well-being, and fully outfitted uniforms to include outer carriers and boots. •Comprehensive Benefits: In addition to your competitive wage, we offer a comprehensive benefits package, including medical, dental, vision, and life insurance. You'll also enjoy generous vacation and sick leave, holiday pay, and participation in a retirement plan, ensuring your long-term security and well-being. Visit https://www.cityofalliance.net/Jobs.aspx?UniqueId=77&From=All&CommunityJobs=False&JobID=Certified-Police-Officer-148 for more information. Contact Human Resources for questions about the application process: 308-762-5400. Contact the department for specific questions at 308-762-4955.
Alliance Police Department Certified Police Officer Join Our Team as a Certified Police Officer! HIRING BONUS FOR LATERAL TRANSFERS: Full-time Police Officers currently certified in the State of Nebraska at the time of hire may be eligible to receive up to $20,000 as a hiring bonus, and/or to purchase equivalent vacation leave hours. Are you wanting to become a dedicated law enforcement professional looking to serve and protect our community? We invite you to become a Certified Police Officer in our team. Your role will involve vital responsibilities like police patrol, investigations, and maintaining law and order. With a competitive hourly wage ranging from $23.17 to $31.93 (DOQ), benefits, specialty positions -including School Resource Officer (SRO), K-9, Investigations, community events/projects, TRT(Tactical Response Team), and certified instructor positions, and perks like take-home vehicles, paid gym memberships, the option to work out on duty, and fully outfitted uniforms to include outer carriers and boots. Join us today and be a part of our mission to keep our community safe and secure. Visit https://www.cityofalliance.net/Jobs.aspx?UniqueId=77&From=All&CommunityJobs=False&JobID=Certified-Police-Officer-148 for more information. Contact Human Resources for questions about the application process: 308-762-5400. Contact the department for specific questions at 308-762-4955.
Alliance Police Department Police Sergeant Hiring Bonus Up to $20,000 for eligible lateral transfers with current law enforcement certification, depending on experience and qualifications. Testing and Interviews: Applicants will be notified as soon as practicable regarding reading list. The City of Alliance, Nebraska (8,500) is accepting applications for a full-time Police Sergeant. If you are a motivated certified law enforcement officer with at least two years' experience looking to advance your career, and want to help meet the vision and mission of the Alliance Police Department, this is the opportunity for you. The Sergeant will perform a variety of routine and complex safety work in the performance and administration of police patrol, investigation, traffic regulation, and related law enforcement activities. The pay range for this position is $26.51 to $37.66 hourly with an excellent benefit package including medical, dental, vision, life and supplemental insurance, a matching retirement plan with 7% contribution by the employee and City, vacation, sick leave, comp time accrual, and paid holidays. The City also offers an in-lieu of benefit for employees with other medical coverage, or a health savings account with a City contribution of up to $125/month for qualified participants. Eligibility: Applicants will have a high school diploma or equivalent, supplemented by two years of college level coursework in law enforcement or a related field; Completion of the State Basic Training Academy or equivalent academy; A minimum of two years’ work experience as a fully commissioned police officer or an equivalent combination of education and/or experience that demonstrates ability. You will also be required to pass State Supervisor Certification during your first year of employment. Review the Sergeant Job Description on this page for a list of all position requirements. About the Police Department The Alliance Police Department consists of seventeen (17) sworn positions and eight (11) civilian personnel. The Department’s command staff includes the Chief of Police and a Lieutenant. Supporting the command staff are four Sergeants, all who are assigned to the Patrol Division. The Police Department also has a Drug Investigator, Criminal Investigator and a K-9 Unit. The Department works closely with local, county, state and federal law enforcement agencies. The Department responded to over 28,900 calls for service in 2022. The Alliance Police Department remains an active law enforcement agency in the western Nebraska region. Opportunities for personal growth, experience and rewarding work are just a few benefits available to those interested in joining the law enforcement community and becoming a police officer with the Alliance Police Department. Check out more about the Department on Facebook! For a complete job description, visit the City’s website at cityofalliance.net In order to apply, submit the following: 1. City of Alliance Application for Employment 2. Resume and cover letter; 3. Copy of your State Basic Law Enforcement Training Certification; 4. Proof of advanced training (40 hours); and 5. State Supervisor Certification (if applicable). Send your application to: City of Alliance - PO Box D - Alliance NE 69301 or email your application packet to jobs@cityofalliance.net Questions? Call Human Resources at 308-762-5400 The City of Alliance is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Atkinson Police Department Full Time Police Officer The City of Atkinson, Nebraska is currently accepting applications for full-time police officers. Atkinson is located along highway 20 in Holt County and is part of the beautiful Sandhills. The city has about 1,400 residents. Applicants must be a citizen of the United States, at least 21 years old, possess a high school diploma or G.E.D. certificate, have a valid Nebraska driver’s license, be of good moral character with no felony or serious misdemeanor convictions, and be in good physical condition. Certified law enforcement officers are preferred but all applications will be considered. Uncertified applicants must meet admission requirements for the Nebraska Law Enforcement Training Center. Applicants must be willing to work a variety of shifts to include nights, weekends, and holidays. Pay rate is dependent on education, qualifications, training, and experience. Applications are being taken now and will be taken until the position is filled. Benefits include paid family health insurance, partial paid health insurance deductible, paid employee dental insurance with option to add family at employee expense, vision insurance, life insurance, AFLAC, 414(H) retirement plan with 5% employer match, uniform allowance, cellular phone provided, paid vacation, sick time, and personal time. Interested applicants may contact the City of Atkinson, 104 South Main Street, Atkinson, NE 68713, call 402-925-5313 or e-mail the city clerk at shelly.wieneke@atkinsonne.com. Cover letter, resume’, and city application will be accepted until the position is filled. The City of Atkinson is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Atkinson Police Department Part Time Police Officer The City of Atkinson, Nebraska is currently accepting applications for part-time police officers. Atkinson is located along highway 20 in Holt County and is part of the beautiful Sandhills. The city has about 1,400 residents. Applicants must be a citizen of the United States, at least 21 years old, possess a high school diploma or G.E.D. certificate, have a valid Nebraska driver’s license, be of good moral character with no felony or serious misdemeanor convictions, and be in good physical condition. Certification is required. Interested applicants may contact the City of Atkinson, 104 South Main Street, Atkinson, NE 68713, call 402-925-5313 or e-mail the city clerk at shelly.wieneke@atkinsonne.com. Cover letter, resume’, and city application will be accepted until the position is filled. The City of Atkinson is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Aurora Police Department Police Officer The Aurora Police Department is accepting applications for the position of Police Officer. Nebraska Law Enforcement Certification is preferred but not mandatory. *$5,000* sign-on bonus for certified officers. The City of Aurora is a progressive and growing community with a strong support for Law Enforcement. The City of Aurora offers competitive wages and a generous benefit package that includes health insurance, accident insurance, vision, dental, life insurance, long-term disability insurance, 8% matching retirement plan, paid vacation, sick leave, comp time, and holiday pay. The Aurora Police Department provides all uniforms and duty equipment, fully equipped patrol cars with new updated equipment, and opportunities for specialized training. We run 12 Hours Shifts, which provide every other weekend (Fri-Sat-Sun) off. All applicants must meet the minimum standards of the Nebraska Law Enforcement Training Center, be a U.S. Citizen, 21 years of age, possess a High School diploma, GED or equivalent, have a valid Nebraska Driver’s License, have no serious Traffic Violations, no serious Misdemeanor Convictions, no Felony Convictions and must pass an extensive background investigation. For Job Description, Application, or Information, contact the Aurora Police Department at 715 12th Street, Aurora, NE 68818, or by contacting us at 402-694-5815 or apd@aurorapolicene.org. Starting Wages: Non-Certified - $24.00/hr. $52,802 -Plus increases for completion of NLETC, FTO, and Probationary Period. Nebraska Certified – $26.00/hr. $57,202 - $34.95/hr. $76,892 -Lateral Pay based off City Step Program, Years of Service, Training & Experience. Step raise program along with annual cost of living adjustments. The position will remain open until filled. The City of Aurora is an EOE.
BEATRICE PD Police Officer Provide law enforcement and public safety services within the community including enforcement of criminal statues and ordinances, traffic enforcement, crime prevention, patrol activity, accident investigation, resolution of domestic and other disturbances, prosecution support, and non-criminal public safety services. Work may be performed in a car, on a bike, on foot, or at headquarters The city offers 3 health insurance options (two with no-cost family insurance)
BENNINGTON PD Police Officer The Bennington Police Department is accepting applications for the position of a Full Time Police Officer. This position will be for future position openings as the community continues to grow. Bennington is North of Omaha and inside Douglas County. Bennington is growing quickly, and the Police Department is also growing to match. The Bennington Police Department is strongly supported by the Community, which affords Officers a more positive and fulfilling work environment. Proactive Community Policing and community involvement are encouraged. Applicants must be U.S. Citizens, at least 21 years of age, have a high school diploma or GED, and be of good moral character, with no felony or serious misdemeanor convictions. All applicants must pass a background check. Nebraska Law Enforcement Certification is required. Duties will include providing community law enforcement and public safety services, including enforcement of criminal statutes and ordinances, patrol activity, traffic enforcement, accident investigation, crime prevention, resolution of domestic and other disturbances, prosecution support, and non-criminal public safety services. Benefits include Paid Uniforms, Health Insurance, Retirement Match at 8%, PTO Bank, Comp Time Bank, 14 Holidays Paid, and a 10-hour shift schedule. The full-time position will start on overnights with every other weekend off. The hourly pay is based on experience. $28hr to $33hr. For Application, contact chief@benningtonne.com. The listing for this position will remain opened until filled.
BLAIR PD POLICE OFFICER 3 Full-Time Police Officer Position Available Immediately. Both Certified Officers as well as non-Certified are eligible. Health Insurance begins date of hire. Up to $3,000 hiring bonus after 1 year. Lateral Hires begin on pay scale equal to years of experience. Vacation accruals will be matched as well to years of experience. 15 minutes from Metro area. Progressive minded leadership throughout the Police Department and City Hall. We are looking for those who want to make a difference in the community they serve.
BLAIR POLICE POLICE OFFICER 3 Full-Time Police Officer Position Available Immediately. Both Certified Officers as well as non-Certified are eligible. Health Insurance begins date of hire. Up to $3,000 hiring bonus after 1 year. Lateral Hires begin on pay scale equal to years of experience. Vacation accruals will be matched as well to years of experience. 15 minutes from Metro area. Progressive minded leadership throughout the Police Department and City Hall. We are looking for those who want to make a difference in the community they serve.
BOYD CO SO BUTTE Deputy Sheriff Boyd County Sheriffs Office is looking to add a member to their outstanding team. Boyd County has a population of 1810 and is a welcoming community. Job duties include paper service, running traffic, court room security, and more. Employment benefits include health insurance stiped, vacation time and on call pay. Boyd County Sheriffs Office offers a supportive team atmosphere with superb leadership. Certified and non-certified applicants considered. Please contact Sheriff Wrede with any questions, or to set up a visit.
BOYS TOWN PD Police Officer The Boys Town Police Department has immediate opening for part-time Police Officer Must be Active Nebraska Law Enforcement Certified. Job Description or Duties: Enforce state laws, village ordinances and regulations. Patrol campus to provide safety and security to all residents of the village campus. The Village of Boys Town Police Department is a progressive department that is focused on training, community involvement, and providing quality law enforcement services to the community it serves. The Village of Boys Town is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
BURT CO SO TEKAMAH Deputy The Burt County Sheriff's Office is accepting applications for a full time Deputy Sheriff. Preferable a Nebraska certified law enforcement officer, but all applications will be considered. The application process will involve submitting an employment application, resume, background investigation, and interview. Applicants must be 21 years of age, have a high school diploma or GED, valid driver’s license with no felony or serious misdemeanor convictions or arrests, be of good moral character and be in good physical condition. Uncertified applicants must be able to meet the minimum standards for entrance into the Nebraska Law Enforcement Training Center. Paid monthly, after successful completion of six-month probation salary will be $48,300.00 yearly. Uniform items, a take home patrol vehicle, cell phone, and all duty equipment are provided .
BUTLER CO SO DAVID CITY Deputy Sheriff The Butler County Sheriff's Office is accepting applications for 1 full-time Deputy position. Applicants must be a US Citizen, be 21 years of age, have a high school diploma or equivalent, have no felony or serious misdemeanor convictions, be of good moral character, have a valid driver's license, and be in good physical condition. Candidates must be willing to work nights, weekends and holidays. Nebraska Certification is preferred, but not required. All applicants must pass a background check prior to an offer of employment. The Butler County Sheriff's Office are subject to veteran's preference. Individuals claiming Veteran's Preference must include a copy of DD214 with their application. Benefits include uniform allowance, health insurance, vacation and sick leave, take home patrol vehicle and county retirement program. Applications can be obtained by contacting the Butler County Human Resource personnel Heidi Loges at 402 367-7497.
Butler County Sheriff's Office Deputy Sheriff The Butler County Sheriff's Office is accepting applications for 1 full-time Deputy position. Applicants must be a US Citizen, be 21 years of age, have a high school diploma or equivalent, have no felony or serious misdemeanor convictions, be of good moral character, have a valid driver's license, and be in good physical condition. Candidates must be willing to work nights, weekends and holidays. Nebraska Certification is preferred, but not required. All applicants must pass a background check prior to an offer of employment. The Butler County Sheriff's Office are subject to veteran's preference. Individuals claiming Veteran's Preference must include a copy of DD214 with their application. Benefits include uniform allowance, health insurance, vacation and sick leave, take home patrol vehicle and county retirement program. Applications can be obtained by contacting the Butler County Human Resource personnel Heidi Loges at 402 367-7497.
CASS CO SO PLATTSMOUTH 911 Operator Are you passionate about making a difference? As a 911 Dispatcher, you’ll operate vital communication equipment, providing immediate assistance to callers in emergencies. Your primary focus will be receiving and transmitting critical messages, providing life-saving assistance to 911 callers, and managing incoming non-emergency lines. Additionally, you'll undertake various duties associated with supporting the Sheriff's Office operations. QUALIFICATIONS: 19 years old+, High school diploma/GED, and valid Nebraska Driver’s license. Requires completion of a typing test, polygraph, and medical exam to include hearing and drug screening, and background investigation. This position requires shift work, including nights, weekends, and holidays. EEO/Veteran’s Preference.
Cass County Sheriff's Office Corrections Officer If you're ready to take on an important role and make a difference, apply today for a Corrections Officer with the Cass County Sheriff’s Office. This non-sworn position primarily ensures the safety, security, and orderly functioning of the county jail. They oversee inmate well-being and activities, conduct regular checks and inspections, enforce facility rules and regulations, document, and collaborate with colleagues to maintain a controlled environment. QUALIFICATIONS: 19 years old+, High school diploma/GED, and valid Nebraska Driver's license. Requires completion of a polygraph, psychological exam, and medical exam, including a drug screening, and background investigation. EEO/Veteran's Preference. Apply at www.casscountysheriffne.org or call Nancy at 402-296-9374.
Cass County Sheriff's Office Civil Process Specialist (Civilian Position) The Civil Process Specialist plays a crucial role in supporting the Cass County Sheriff's Office by managing and facilitating civil legal processes and ensuring compliance with all relevant laws and regulations. This non-sworn position primarily involves the coordination, processing, and execution of civil court orders, subpoenas, and other legal documents, providing essential administrative support to the Sheriff's Office. QUALIFICATIONS: 19 years old+, High school diploma/GED, and valid Nebraska Driver's license. Requires completion of a typing test, polygraph, and medical exam, including a drug screening and background investigation. Attention to detail, good accounting practices, and knowledge of QuickBooks, preferred. EEO/Veteran's Preference. M-F 8-5. If you have any questions, please call Nancy at 402-296-9374.
CEDAR CO SO HARTINGTON Deputy Sheriff The Cedar County Sheriffs Office is taking applications for the position of Deputy Sheriff. Nebraska certification is preferred, but not mandatory. All applications must meet the standards of the Nebraska Law Enforcement Training Center. Applicants must be 21 years of age at the time of certification, be a US citizen, possess a high school diploma or GED, have a valid drivers license. Applicants must be of good moral character, with no felony or serious misdemeanor convictions. Benefits include competitive wages, retirement, full family health insurance with no cost to the employee, PTO, uniform and cell phone allowance, take home vehicle. Applications can be requested by phone or email, and they will be accepted until the position is filled. Cedar County is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Chadron Police Department Police Officer The City of Chadron is accepting applications for the position of Police Officer to serve the community of Chadron through proactive patrolling, investigation, traffic enforcement and related law enforcement activities. The Chadron Police Department has numerous opportunities within the department to include a school resource officer, K-9 program and we are a member agency of our regional drug task force WING. We are seeking capable, motivated individuals, with compassion and a willingness to work with citizens to maintain a healthy and safe community. Our officers are well equipped with vehicles, firearms, bullet proof vests, body cameras and all the necessary equipment and training to be successful in this challenging profession. Entry level, experienced and out of state applicants are all encouraged to apply. Benefits: The City of Chadron offers excellent benefits: comparable wages, overtime, sick leave, annual leave, three personal leave days and nine paid holidays. A full benefits package including an outstanding health care plan (family coverage is just $239.88 per month), dental and vision insurance, long term disability insurance, $50,000 in term life insurance and 7% retirement benefit. Our Requirements: High School Diploma or equivalent, minimum age 21 years, excellent physical condition, valid driver's license, and be of good moral character with no felony conviction. Pre-employment drug test, polygraph, physical standards test and psychological test may be required if a conditional offer is made. Nebraska Certified Officer is preferred but is not required. The City of Chadron is an equal opportunity employer. Incentives: Current hiring incentives include 5% of the base wage for all non-certified sworn officers and 10% of the base wage for all certified sworn officers. SALARY: Police Officer pay scale: $22.81 to $31.22 per hour. Certified applicants: Negotiable within established pay range. CLOSING DATE: Open until filled. CONTACT PERSON: Bev Bartlett, Civil Service Secretary CONTACT EMAIL: personnel@chadron-nebraska.com CONTACT PHONE: (308) 432-0505 CONTACT ADDRESS: P.O. Box 390, Chadron, NE 69337 WEBSITE: www.chadron-nebraska.com OPENING DATE: Continuous
Cherry County Justice Center Corrections/Communications Officer Cherry County Justice Center has multiple openings for Corrections Officers/911 Dispatchers and is seeking professional, motivated, dependable individuals to fill these positions. Individuals qualified for this position must be a U.S. Citizen, have a High School Diploma or G.E.D. certificate, be a minimum 19 years of age. They must successfully complete an oral interview, extensive background and criminal history investigations, drug test, and must be able to complete certification by the Nebraska Law Enforcement Training Center, Nebraska State Patrol, and the Nebraska Public Service Commission. Corrections Officer/Dispatchers must read, write and speak the English language with higher than average proficiency and possess, or be able to possess, a valid driver's license. Corrections Officer/Dispatchers enforce and uphold Rules and Regulations established by State Statute, Nebraska Jail Standards, and the Cherry County Justice Center pertaining to the operation of the County Jail, prevent escapes, maintains order and discipline among inmates, escorts inmates to and from their cells, performs periodic inspections to insure adequacy of custody, housekeeping, sanitation, and related functions, responds to the needs and problems of inmates as they arise, participates in processing newly incarcerated inmates, control and restrain violent inmates, inspects inmates’ person and quarters for contraband, prepares and maintains records and reports. They must effectively provide the community with the highest quality of service by ensuring safe and efficient receipt, screening, and processing of emergency telephone calls and other notifications requiring both emergency and non-emergency response by law enforcement, fire or rescue personnel. Provide constant surveillance of all inner workings of the county jail including inmates and corrections staff. Maintain a plethora of logs, forms, messages, reports and records pertinent to numerous agencies within the city, county and state. Monitor and maintain a safe and secure environment for all staff, inmates and the public. They will be required to work various shift hours including nights, holidays and weekends. Starting wage $20.00/hr., negotiable depending on experience/training/certifications, DIFFERENTIAL PAY of $3.50/hour for week night shift - $2.50/hour for weekend day shift - $4.50/hour for weekend night shift ; $3.00/hour call-in pay incentive, full insurance benefits; paid sick and vacation time, and 401k retirement. Job Type: Full-time Salary: From $20.00 per hour Benefits: 401(k) 401(k) matching Dental insurance Flexible schedule Health insurance Paid time off Retirement plan Vision insurance Schedule: 12 hour shift Day shift Holidays Night shift On call Overtime Weekend availability Work Location: One location Job Type: Full-time Salary: $20.00 - $27.50 per hour Benefits: 401(k) 401(k) matching Dental insurance Flexible schedule Health insurance Life insurance Paid time off Retirement plan Vision insurance Schedule: 12 hour shift Day shift Holidays Night shift Overtime Weekends as needed COVID-19 considerations: Enjoy job security as a essential worker! Shift availability: Day Shift (Required) Night Shift (Required) Overnight Shift (Required) Work Location: In person
Cherry County Justice Center Corrections/Communications Officer Cherry County Justice Center has multiple openings for Corrections Officers/911 Dispatchers and is seeking professional, motivated, dependable individuals to fill these positions. Individuals qualified for this position must be a U.S. Citizen, have a High School Diploma or G.E.D. certificate, be a minimum 19 years of age. They must successfully complete an oral interview, extensive background and criminal history investigations, drug test, and must be able to complete certification by the Nebraska Law Enforcement Training Center, Nebraska State Patrol, and the Nebraska Public Service Commission. Corrections Officer/Dispatchers must read, write and speak the English language with higher than average proficiency and possess, or be able to possess, a valid driver's license. Corrections Officer/Dispatchers enforce and uphold Rules and Regulations established by State Statute, Nebraska Jail Standards, and the Cherry County Justice Center pertaining to the operation of the County Jail, prevent escapes, maintains order and discipline among inmates, escorts inmates to and from their cells, performs periodic inspections to insure adequacy of custody, housekeeping, sanitation, and related functions, responds to the needs and problems of inmates as they arise, participates in processing newly incarcerated inmates, control and restrain violent inmates, inspects inmates’ person and quarters for contraband, prepares and maintains records and reports. They must effectively provide the community with the highest quality of service by ensuring safe and efficient receipt, screening, and processing of emergency telephone calls and other notifications requiring both emergency and non-emergency response by law enforcement, fire or rescue personnel. Provide constant surveillance of all inner workings of the county jail including inmates and corrections staff. Maintain a plethora of logs, forms, messages, reports and records pertinent to numerous agencies within the city, county and state. Monitor and maintain a safe and secure environment for all staff, inmates and the public. They will be required to work various shift hours including nights, holidays and weekends. Starting wage $20.00/hr., negotiable depending on experience/training/certifications, DIFFERENTIAL PAY of $3.50/hour for week night shift - $2.50/hour for weekend day shift - $4.50/hour for weekend night shift ; $3.00/hour call-in pay incentive, full insurance benefits; paid sick and vacation time, and 401k retirement. Job Type: Full-time Salary: From $20.00 per hour Benefits: 401(k) 401(k) matching Dental insurance Flexible schedule Health insurance Paid time off Retirement plan Vision insurance Schedule: 12 hour shift Day shift Holidays Night shift On call Overtime Weekend availability Work Location: One location Job Type: Full-time Salary: $20.00 - $27.50 per hour Benefits: 401(k) 401(k) matching Dental insurance Flexible schedule Health insurance Life insurance Paid time off Retirement plan Vision insurance Schedule: 12 hour shift Day shift Holidays Night shift Overtime Weekends as needed COVID-19 considerations: Enjoy job security as a essential worker! Shift availability: Day Shift (Required) Night Shift (Required) Overnight Shift (Required) Work Location: In person
Cherry County Justice Center CORRECTIONS OFFICER Cherry County Justice Center has multiple openings for Corrections Officers and is seeking motivated, dependable individuals to fill these positions. U.S. Citizen, High School Diploma or G.E.D. certificate, minimum 19 years of age, must successfully complete an oral interview, extensive background and criminal history investigations, medical examination, drug test, and must be able to complete certification by the Nebraska Law Enforcement Training Center. A Corrections Officer must also read, write and speak the English language and possess, or be able to possess, a valid Nebraska driver's license. Enforces and upholds Rules and Regulations established by State Statute, Nebraska Jail Standards, and the Cherry County Justice Center pertaining to the operation of the County Jail, prevent escapes, maintains order and discipline among inmates, escorts inmates to and from their cells, performs periodic inspections to insure adequacy of custody, housekeeping, sanitation, and related functions, responds to the needs and problems of inmates as they arise, participates in processing newly incarcerated inmates, control and restrain violent inmates, inspects inmates’ person and quarters for contraband, prepares and maintains records and reports, work various shift hours including nights, holidays and weekends. Starting wage $16.00/hr., negotiable depending on experience/training, DIFFERENTIAL PAY of $2.50/hour for week night shift - $3.50/hour for weekend day shift - $4.50/hour for weekend night shift ; $3.00/hour call-in pay incentive, full insurance benefits; paid sick and vacation time, and 401k retirement. Job Type: Full-time Job Type: Part-time
City of Ogallala/Police Department Police Officer Ogallala is a great place to live, grow, and play. Located in the western Nebraska, Ogallala is a thriving community that offers a great quality of life to its residents. Modern school facilities, top-notch healthcare, excellent sports facilities, and an excellent community recreation center featuring both indoor and outdoor pools are just some of the reasons Ogallala is a great place to call home. Located just a few miles away from Lake McConaughy, Nebraska’s #2 tourist attraction, the area offers outdoor fun for the entire family, along with world class hunting and fishing. With a community college campus and constantly expanding economic development, Ogallala offers opportunities for career and education advancement that few other small communities can match. The Ogallala Police Department is accepting applications for the position of Police Officer. Requirements are: Must be a U.S. Citizen; at least 21 years of age; a high school diploma or equivalent; a valid driver’s license; be of good character and have no felony or serious misdemeanor convictions. If applicable, received an honorable separation from the military service. Applicants with a valid Nebraska Law Enforcement Certification or certification in another state that meets the reciprocity requirements of the NLETC will be eligible for lateral entry and eligible for Education\Training\Experience Bonus of $3,000. $1,500 paid upon completion of the Field Training Program, $1,500 after the completion of 1 year. Starting pay for certified officers will be $24.00 hr., non-certified $20.42 hr. A complete background check will be made. Valid certification needs to be presented with application. The City of Ogallala offers excellent benefits; comparable wages, overtime, training and twelve paid holidays. We offer a full benefits package including a health savings account plan, dental insurance, term life insurance, uniforms, and 7% retirement benefit. You can live within 20 minutes of town. Interested parties may request an application from Shannon Josjor, Civil Service Administrative Secretary, by calling 308-284-2024 or e-mail shannon.josjor@ogallala-ne.gov. Applications will be accepted until March 29,2024 @ 4:00 pm MTN EOE.
Coleridge Police Dept. Chief of Police The Village of Coleridge is currently accepting applications for the position of Police Chief. The position is for approximately 25 hours per week. Applicants must be 21 years of age, possess a high school diploma or equivalent, a valid driver’s license and be in good physical condition and of moral character, have no felony or serious misdemeanor convictions and be a United States citizen. Nebraska Law Enforcement Certification is required. Send resume and references to: Village of Coleridge PO Box 276 Coleridge, NE 68727 402-283-4464. EOE Position open until filled.
COLFAX CO SO SCHUYLER Deputy Sheriff The Colfax County Sheriff is accepting applications for a full time Deputy Sheriff until the position(s) is filled. Must be a U.S. Citizen, be at least 21 years of age, a high school graduate or possess a GED, and be of good moral character. No felony or serious misdemeanor convictions, a valid driver's license, and be in good physical condition. Non-certified applicants must be able to meet NLETC entrance qualifications. Paid employee health insurance with family coverage included or get paid $400/month to opt out of county insurance. Paid vacation, sick leave, retirement, a take home patrol vehicle, equipment, and uniform allowance furnished. Nebraska certification preferred but not mandatory. There are benefits for certified officers that are hired: 40 hours of vacation and sick time, certified officer starting wage negotiable with raise available following 6-month probationary period. We provide coverage county wide and contract law enforcement with Richland, Rogers, Leigh, Clarkson, and Howells, NE. Deputies have county wide patrol jurisdiction during their shift and are not limited to the towns we contract with. Colfax County is a growing and proactive department. We have a full-time investigator, a K9 program, and participate in the Pink Patch Project. Please include a current resume and references with your application. Colfax County is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Crete Police Department Police Officer Full-time, hourly position; excellent benefits; Nebraska certified police officer’s salary will be commensurate with their years of experience: $26.00 - $34.21 hourly. Non-Certified Officer/Police Trainee starts at $22.40 per hour; upon successful completion of law enforcement certification, the Trainee will be appointed as a Crete Police Officer. Minimum qualifications include: Must be a citizen of the United States. Possess a valid Nebraska driver’s license or able to obtain a valid Nebraska license prior to beginning the Nebraska Law Enforcement academy. Must be at least 21 years of age. Must meet all requirements identified in the Crete Civil Service Rules and Regulations. Must meet all the entry requirements for the Nebraska Law Enforcement Training Center. Able to read, write, and understand the English language at the eleventh-grade level as demonstrated by the Test of Adult Basic Education Be able to legally carry a firearm. Applications will be accepted until 5:00 p.m. on Monday, Dec. 4, 2023 and may be obtained from the link below or by contacting the Human Resources Coordinator at City Hall. The City of Crete is an equal opportunity employer. Applications should be completed and submitted in one of the following ways: Download the application and job description, at: https://www.crete.ne.gov/vimages/shared/vnews/stories/6079a8812ee77/CPD_OfficerPacket_Nov2023.pdf type responses, print as PDF and email to jobs@crete.ne.gov Print, write responses, scan, and email to jobs@crete.ne.gov Fax to 402-826-4334 Mail to the attention of Human Resources, City of Crete, at PO Box 86, Crete, NE 68333-0086 Drop off at Crete City Hall - 243 East 13th Street
Crofton Police Department Chief of Police The City of Crofton Nebraska is looking for a Chief of Police for our friendly village. We offer: Competitive Salary and Benefits, Small Town Atmosphere, Excellent School System for Families, Paid Training and support materials as needed, Great outdoor adventure opportunities. Please call Mayor Bob Evans 605-760-4031 or bobwarrior1981@gmail.com for additional information
Custer County Sheriff's Office Deputy Sheriff The Custer County Sheriff’s Office is seeking a self-motivated, energetic, and responsible person to fill a Deputy Sheriff position. Custer County offers a competitive starting wage, paid health and life insurance, retirement, vacation and sick leave, overtime, comp time, and a take-home patrol vehicle. Uniforms and equipment are provided. Custer County is a wide-open spacious area that allows a Deputy plenty of room to work and create cases. The Sheriff’s Office provides a progressive and positive work environment giving Deputies the chance to experience numerous spectrums in the law enforcement field. Deputies are allowed to live anywhere in the county. Custer County offers rural or small community environments that meet the needs of almost any person or family. Successful applicants will meet the requirements of the Nebraska Law Enforcement Training Center. Certification is not required, we are willing to train the right person. To request an application call 308-872-6418 or email Sheriff Osmond at dosmond@custercountyne.gov. EOE
DEUEL CO SO CHAPPELL School Resource Officer POSITION: School Resource Officer Qualifications • High school diploma or equivalent. • Obtain and keep up to date with First aid and CPR knowledge/ training. • Basic supervisory and disciplinary skills. • Ability to interact effectively with parents, school district personnel, and representatives of other agencies. JOB GOAL: The goals of the program include: • preventing drug and alcohol use in school. • preventing juvenile crime in school. • establishing a positive relationship between youth and law enforcement. • helping students to become responsible citizens. • form and maintain links between school, community, law enforcement, and judicial systems. Peformance Repsonsibilities • Be able to attend and pass the School Resource Officer certification Class. • Document activities on and off assigned campus and maintain a weekly activity report to be turned to their Supervisor. • Attend most after school home functions such as athletic events, dances, pep rallies, and graduation exercises. Exception can be made, if approved in advance, by the School Administrator. • Make all reports (incident, accident, etc.) available to their supervisor. • Notify the School Administrator upon leaving the school campus for any reason. • Supervises bus traffic at the beginning and end of each school day to ensure the safety of all the students. • Improve the school's perception as a safe learning environment and deter misconduct by remaining highly visible in the halls, cafeteria, and gymnasium. • Serve as a role model to students, especially in terms of appropriate attitudes and respects. • Assist the school administration with anyone who is causing a disruption, truancy issues, and criminal activities occurring on campus. • Perform ongoing security checks of the campus and make recommendations to the school Administrator. • Attend parent and faculty meetings when requested by the School Administrator. • Attend conferences with students, parents, and faculty members when necessary to assist them with law enforcement issues and or crime prevention. • Assist the School Administrator in developing and implanting plans and strategies to prevent and handle dangerous situations. • Serve as a liaison between the school personnel, and parents. • Be familiar with all community agencies, which offer assistance to youths and their families, such as mental health clinics, drug treatment centers, and juvenile authorities, make referrals to such agencies when necessary. • Shall perform other duties as assigned. At the Deuel County Sheriff's Office, we pride ourselves on our dedication to public safety and our commitment to creating a positive, supportive work environment. Join us today and become part of a team that makes a real difference in our community! The Deuel County Sheriff's Office is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Interested applicants can contact the Deuel County Sheriff’s Office at (308) 874-3305. Please send a resume and a completed application packet to the Deuel County Sheriff’s Office, Attn: Sheriff Scott DeCoste by mail to P.O. Box 565, Chappell, Nebraska 69129 or email scott.decoste@deuelcountyne.gov. This position is subject to a veteran's preference pursuant to Neb. Rev. Stat.48-227.
Dodge/Snyder Police Department Chief of Police The Villages of Dodge and Snyder, Nebraska have an Interlocal Police Agreement and are accepting applications for the position of Police Chief. Applicants must be 21 years of age, possess a high school diploma or equivalent, a valid Nebraska driver’s license, be in good physical condition and of moral character, and be willing to relocate to the Dodge/Snyder, Nebraska area. Applicants must also have no felony or serious misdemeanor convictions, be a United States citizen, and be able to work variable hours including weekends and holidays. A background investigation will be performed. Must have Nebraska Law Enforcement Certification or be in the process of obtaining this police certification. Applicant will be responsible for patrol, investigations, and enforcing village ordinances. Salary and benefits are negotiable. Send resume and references to Village of Dodge, 226 N. Elm Street, Dodge, NE 68633. For more information, please contact the Dodge Village Clerk’s Office at 402-693-2239 or e-mail villageofdodge@yahoo.com. EOE Position open until filled.
FRIEND PD Police Officer Full-time Police Officer Position. Nebraska Law Enforcement Certification is preferred but not required. Non-Certified requires High School Diploma or equivalent. 21 y/o prior to graduation from NLETC. Pay is hourly with available overtime/call out pay. Employee Health/ADD/Term disability, Paid Holidays, Paid Leave, 401k with city matching 3%. Evaluation based raises. Certified pay will be negotiable based on experience. Department furnished uniforms and equipment. Contact Chief Gray at (402) 947-5531 or Email Friendpd4220@gmail.com for application and more information.
Frontier County Sheriff's Office Full-Time Deputy Sheriff The Frontier County Sheriff's Office is accepting applications for the position of full-time Deputy Sheriff. A good applicant must: -Be a U.S. Citizen -Over the age of 21 -Be a high school graduate or achieved a GED -Be of good moral character -Have a valid driver's license -Have the ability to pass a Nebraska Law Enforcement Training Center physical fitness test -Have the ability to pass a mental health screening and lie detector test Benefits include: -Paid employee health insurance (family coverage offered at a discounted rate) -Paid vacation, sick leave and retirement -Take home patrol vehicle and equipment -Uniform allowance Frontier County is a primarily rural area located between two river valleys in South Central Nebraska. There are two state lakes which have abundant hunting, fishing and recreation. We have friendly, pro-Law Enforcement communities and great schools to choose from. Please contact the office to request an application/submit a resume. Frontier County is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Frontier County Sheriff's Office Full-Time Deputy Sheriff The Frontier County Sheriff's Office is accepting applications for the position of full-time Deputy Sheriff. A good applicant must: -Be a U.S. Citizen -Over the age of 21 -Be a high school graduate or achieved a GED -Be of good moral character -Have a valid driver's license -Have the ability to pass a Nebraska Law Enforcement Training Center physical fitness test -Have the ability to pass a mental health screening and lie detector test Benefits include: -Paid employee health insurance (family coverage offered at a discounted rate) -Paid vacation, sick leave and retirement -Take home patrol vehicle and equipment -Uniform allowance Frontier County is a primarily rural area located between two river valleys in South Central Nebraska. There are two state lakes which have abundant hunting, fishing and recreation. We have friendly, pro-Law Enforcement communities and great schools to choose from. Please contact the office to request an application/submit a resume. Frontier County is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
GARFIELD CO SO BURWELL Deputy Sheriff - Garfield County The Garfield County Sheriff's Office will be accepting applications for the hiring of a Deputy Sheriff. To be considered for this job, applicants must have a law enforcement officer certificate or diploma issued by the Nebraska Commission on Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice or be able to obtain such certification. If no certificate has been issued, §23-1701.01 sets out the requirements to be eligible to be a candidate for deputy sheriff. Starting salary will be approximately $59,233 per year. Garfield county benefits include retirement and health insurance. Garfield county contributes the full premium for a single employee and 85% of the premium for family insurance. Please submit an application, along with written summary of qualifications and references to the Garfield County Sheriff, PO Box 455, Burwell, NE 68823. Applications are available upon request at the County Clerk’s office at 250 S. 8th Ave., Burwell, NE 68823. This position will remain open until filled. For questions related to this job please call the County Sheriff’s office at (308) 346-5150.
Grant Co Sheriff Part-Time Deputy Sheriff seeking a regular Part-Time Deputy. Must be Nebraska certified and in good standing. 4-6 days per month. $26 an hour for 12 hour shift or $450.00 for 24hour shift (8-12hrs physically on duty with the remainder on call. Basic living accommodations are available. If interested please Email Sheriff Mike Rath at nebcop33@hotmail.com.
GRANT CO SO Full-Time Deputy Sheriff The Grant County Sheriff is seeking a Full-Time Deputy. Certified desired, but not mandatory. Must meet all requirements to attend NLETC, NLETC certified or qualified out of state reciprocity. Former military are desired. Residency is not required if you reside within a reasonable distance. This position is a salaried position for 10 24-hour shifts per month worked at the discretion of the deputy. The 24 hour shift is broken down by 8 hours physically on duty with the remainder on call. For more information or questions Email nebcop33@hotmail.com
GREELEY CO SO GREELEY Deputy Sheriff Description: The Greeley County Sheriff is looking to hire a full-time Deputy. • Applicants must be a US Citizen, 21 years of age • have a high school diploma or equivalent • have no felony or serious misdemeanor convictions and good moral character • have a valid driver’s license • be in good physical condition • Candidates must be willing to work nights, weekends, and holidays • Nebraska certification is preferred, but not required. • All applicants must pass a background check prior to an offer of employment • This opportunity is eligible for veteran’s preference and Greeley County is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Prior years of service with another Nebraska law enforcement agency are counted when determining benefit accruals, such as vacation, as well as promotional opportunities. Greeley County has a lot to offer, including a great school system, many local events and celebrations. All four communities, Greeley, the County Seat, Spalding, Scotia, and Wolbach, have their own charm and are very supportive of Law Enforcement. • Full family health • Uniform allowance • Take home patrol unit within Greeley County • Retirement Program
HITCHCOCK CO SO TRENTON CERTIFIED DEPUTY SHERIFF The Hitchcock County Sheriff’s Office is accepting applications for the position of Certified Deputy Sheriff. Only Nebraska certified candidates or those eligible for Nebraska reciprocity will be considered. Hitchcock County (Pop. 2,598) is in Southwest Nebraska and is home to Swanson Reservoir State Recreation Area. There are numerous other State Recreation Areas in close proximity. Deputies benefit from manageable case loads and calls for service, allowing them to be proactive in county-wide patrol and enforcement activities. There is on-call time involved on scheduled work days. Deputies currently work 4 days on and 3 days off. Hitchcock County upgraded to a new digital radio system and has added new laptops, MACH/TraCS and E-citation. All uniforms and equipment are provided, including newer patrol rifles, new Glock 47 pistols, Taser 7, body armor, and body cameras. We are looking for someone who values teamwork but can also work independently, is dependable, and willing to live and work in a rural area. Wages: $25.00 to $28.00/hr DOE, plus overtime and holiday pay. There is also an insurance stipend ($350.00 - $550.00/month) for those who do not utilize county insurance. The position is open until filled. Hitchcock County is an equal opportunity employer.
Hitchcock County Sheriff's Office Certified Deputy Sheriff The Hitchcock County Sheriff’s Office is accepting applications for the position of Certified Deputy Sheriff. Only Nebraska certified candidates or those eligible for Nebraska reciprocity will be considered. Hitchcock County (Pop. 2,598) is in Southwest Nebraska and is home to Swanson Reservoir State Recreation Area. There are numerous other State Recreation Areas in close proximity. Deputies benefit from manageable case loads and calls for service, allowing them to be proactive in county-wide patrol and enforcement activities. There is on-call time involved on scheduled work days. Deputies currently work 4 days on and 3 days off. Hitchcock County upgraded to a new digital radio system and has added new laptops, MACH/TraCS and E-citation. All uniforms and equipment are provided, including newer patrol rifles, new Glock 47 pistols, Taser 7, body armor, and body cameras. We are looking for someone who values teamwork but can also work independently, is dependable, and willing to live and work in a rural area. Wages: $25.00 to $28.00/hr DOE, plus overtime and holiday pay. There is also an insurance stipend ($350.00 - $550.00/month) for those who do not utilize county insurance. The position is open until filled. Hitchcock County is an equal opportunity employer.
Humphrey Police Department Police Chief The City of Humphrey, Nebraska (population 850) is accepting applications for the position of Police Chief. Nebraska Law Enforcement certification is required. Applicant must be at least 21 years of age, a US citizen, have no felony convictions, possess a high school diploma or GED, and possess a valid operator’s license. Applicant must be willing to work variable hours including weekends & holidays. Applicant must have own equipment and will be responsible for supervising any part-time police officers, investigations, communications, animal control, conduct school education programs, ordinance enforcement and other duties as assigned. Benefits include: uniform allowance and health insurance. Retirement, vacation and sick leave available after one year. Wages are negotiable. Anticipated starting wage - $22 - $30 per hour. The City of Humphrey is an equal opportunity employer. Resumes will be accepted until the position is filled. If you have questions, call Mayor Preister at 402 923 0172. Send resumes to City Clerk, PO Box 486, Humphrey, NE 68642 or email clerk@cityofhumphrey.com
JEFFERSON CO SO FAIRBURY Deputy Sheriff The Jefferson County Sheriff's Office is accepting applications for a Full-Time Deputy Sheriff position. The Jefferson County Sheriff's Office is currently staffed by 30 full time employees including patrol, dispatch, clerks and corrections. The Jefferson County Sheriff's Office prides itself in providing its deputies with state of the art equipment and an employee-friendly work environment. Nebraska certified law enforcement officers are preferred. All applicants will be considered. The application process will involve submittal of the employment application and testing, intensive background investigation, and an interview. Applicants must be 21 years of age, have a high school diploma or GED, valid Driver's license, no felony or serious misdemeanor convictions, be of good moral character and be in good physical condition. Uncertified applicants must be able to meet the minimum standards for entrance into the NLETC. Benefits include individual health and dental insurance, paid vacation, sick leave, holiday pay, overtime and comp time, take home patrol vehicle and county retirement program. Vision, and family insurance are available at the cost of the employee. Jefferson County provides uniforms, leather gear, firearm, and body armor. Shifts can vary but most are 12 hour shifts with every other weekend off. Must be able to work nights, weekends, and holidays. Starting hourly rate varies between $29.60 to $32.60 based on certification, experience, and successfully completing a probationary period. Positions will remain open until filled. Jefferson County is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Applications are available at the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office, 606 3rd Street, Fairbury, NE 68352, or emailing nick.georgi@jeffersoncountyne.gov or by calling 402-729-2284.
JOHNSON CO SO TECUMSEH Deputy Sheriff The Johnson County Sheriff’s Office in Tecumseh, Nebraska is currently accepting applications for the position of Deputy Sheriff. Certified law enforcement applicants are preferred but not required. If not certified, applicants must meet requirements for admission to the Nebraska Law Enforcement Training Center. Pre-employment drug test, polygraph, physical standards test and psychological test may be required if a conditional offer is made. Applicants must be a US Citizen at least 21 years of age by completion of training at the NLETC, have a high school diploma or GED and a valid driver’s license. The applicant must be of good moral character with no felony or serious misdemeanor convictions and pass a background investigation. Applicants must be willing to work nights, holidays, and rotating weekends. The competitive wage scale for a Johnson County Deputy Sheriff is $30.45 to $33.45 per hour depending upon training and experience. Benefits include take home patrol vehicles if residing in Johnson County, paid health insurance for the employee, vacation, sick leave and retirement. Although residency is not required, a willingness to reside in Johnson County when suitable housing becomes available is a plus. In addition to the Sheriff, the agency employs six deputies, 24/7 dispatching and operates a small jail. Johnson County Central Schools and Sterling Schools have their buildings in county and school districts close to Johnson County include Syracuse, Johnson-Brock, Humboldt-Table Rock-Steinauer, Lewiston, Freeman, Norris and Palmyra. The 2020 Census population is 5,290. Johnson County has recently come under new leadership and has a proactive approach to providing law enforcement services. Upcoming for 2024 will be the transition to an integrated Computer Aided Dispatching/Records Management System and new Motorola APX NEXT portable radios. Deputies are equipped with body cameras, Taser 7’s, Gen 5 Glock pistols, AR15 rifles, external vest carriers, and newer patrol vehicles. The office supports relaxed beard and tattoo policies. Contact the Johnson County Sheriff’s Office at (402) 335-3307 or email jcsodispatch@johnsoncounty.ne.gov for an application.
KIMBALL PD Kimball Police Officer The City of Kimball is accepting applications for the position of Police Officer. We are seeking individuals who have been called to serve their community in the field of law enforcement. Kimball offers more than a job; we offer the chance to make an active difference in the community. Kimball PD enjoys great local support from residents, businesses, and positive working relationships with the local schools. The Kimball Police Department believes in modern policing, but embraces our small-town culture. If you have goals that include helping others, have meaningful impact, and enjoy the pride that comes with serving your community, the Kimball Police Department encourages you to apply. You must be at least 21 years of age, hold a valid drivers license, a high school graduate or equivalent, have no felony or serious misdemeanor or traffic convictions, and must be of good moral character as determined by a thorough background investigation. Certification is preferred, but we are willing to train the right person. If selected, an uncertified officer must qualify for and complete basic law enforcement certification at the Nebraska Law Enforcement Training Center as required by state statute. The Kimball Police Department is looking for a candidate who is self-motivated, energetic, responsible, mature, and passionate about their community. We offer a progressive and positive work environment. We partner with area agencies to provide training, as well as sending our officers to off-site training, when feasible. We offer competitive wages, $26.00 hourly for new recruits, and up to $31.00 an hour for lateral hires depending on experience. Benefits include paid family health, paid gym membership, 401K after a year: city matches 6%, paid holidays, vacation, sick leave, uniforms and equipment. The agency currently provides take home patrol vehicles to those who live within Kimball County. We are looking to add an SRO position as well and a K9 handler position in the future. The position will remain open until filled. Applications may be obtained by going to Indeed.com and searching Kimball Police, Nebraska.
Kimball Police Department Certified Police Officers Hiring part time and full time certified officers. Competitive wages.Overtime until positions are full.
KNOX CO SO CENTER Deputy Sheriff The Knox County Sheriff’s Office, Center, NE is looking to fill two full-time deputy positions. Knox county has several small communities with excellent schools and an Avera Hospital. Knox County’s north border is the Missouri River and the Lewis and Clark Recreational Lake. Our northeastern corner of the county is located 5 miles from Yankton S.D which offers excellent job opportunities for a significant other. The scenic Niobrara River also flows through Knox County. Knox County has several state parks and wildlife management areas within its borders. Don’t miss the opportunity to enjoy time with your family and friends while camping, boating, hiking, hunting or fishing on a regular basis. Knox County Sheriff’s Office currently has four full-time and four part-time deputies. Our focus is investigations with some traffic patrol. Our schedule gives a deputy every other weekend off and rotates between days and nights. Some benefits include paid employee health insurance with family health available, paid dental & vision insurance with family plan available, PTO, retirement, paid continuing education, cell phone, uniform allowance, overtime opportunities and a take home patrol pickup which is equipped with MACH, TraCS, E-citation. Deputies are asked to live in Knox County but county residency may be negotiable. Nebraska Certification is mandatory. Salary will depend on experience. Applicants must have good moral character and be able to work a rotating schedule including some holidays. All applicants will be subject to a thorough background check. The position will remain open until filled. Interested applicants can contact the Knox County Sheriff's Office at 402-288-4478. Knox County is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Job Type: Full-time Salary: $36,718.54 - $60,955.78 per year Benefits: • Dental insurance • Health insurance • Life insurance • Paid time off • Vision insurance Schedule: • Day shift • Evening shift • Night shift
Knox County Sheriff's Office Dispatcher Knox County Sheriff’s Office is accepting applications for a Full Time Jailer/Dispatcher/911 Operator. Both male and female applicants will be considered. Applicants must be 21 years of age, have a High School Diploma, typing and computer knowledge, talking on telephone and radio clearly is required. Applicant must work well with general public, co-employees, and guests at the jail. Flexible work schedule will include nights, weekends and Holidays. Applicant must be physically able to complete self defense training at Law Enforcement Training Center in Grand Island, NE. Starting wage is $19.20 an hr. with $1.50 per hour after training. If you have questions, please stop in the Sheriff’s Office or call 402-288-4261 and talk with Donna Hays, Chief Jailer. Resumes accepted by mail: Don Henery, Sheriff; P.O. Box 142; Center, NE 68724. Knox county is an EOE Job Type: Full-time Salary: From $19.20 per hour Benefits: • Dental insurance • Health insurance • Life insurance • Paid time off • Vision insurance Schedule: • Day shift • Night shift
Lancaster County Sheriffs Office Deputy Sheriff Lancaster County with a population of about 324,514 offers diverse duties in a mix of urban and rural settings. Deputies enjoy a variety of work assignments, state-of-the-art equipment, excellent career advancement opportunities and quality training. Certified law enforcement officers may be given a higher starting wage at the discretion of the Sheriff. Qualifications: High school graduate or GED.; no conviction of a felony; valid driver's license; must be 21 years old and a U.S. Citizen. Applicants who meet minimum qualifications listed on the application will be eligible for the written testing. Testing will be conducted on Friday, April 5, Saturday, April 6 and Saturday, April 13, 2024. ATTENTION: Prior to completing the supplemental questions below, please review the http://www.nletc.nebraska.gov/admissions.html Law Enforcement Certification Standards. Physical standards may also be accessed through a provisional link at the bottom of the list of Law Enforcement Certification Standards. Chapter 8 of the Nebraska Crime Commission on Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice sets forth specific rules and regulations of which we must comply. If you do not meet these requirements you may be disqualified from our process. Please go to joinlso.com and complete your Personal History Statement. Personal History Statements must be submitted by end of business day Monday, April 1, 2024.
Lexington Police Department POLICE OFFICER The Lexington Police Department is accepting applications for the position of Police Officer. Certified applicants will be required to complete the agency's field training program. Non certified applicants will be attending basic training at the Nebraska Law Enforcement Training Center with full pay and benefits. Other qualifications include being at least 21 years of age, a United States citizen, the ability to work weekends, holidays and nights as needed; possess a valid Nebraska operator's license and have a good driving record; possess a high school diploma or GED. Must be of good moral character; no felony convictions, serious misdemeanors, domestic charges or dishonorable discharge from military service. Benefits include family health, dental, vision and life insurance; paid vacation, paid holidays, sick leave, retirement, uniforms, full duty gear, mobile phone allowance, and choice of gym membership. Our officers work 12 hour shifts which allows for every other weekend off. The Lexington Police Department has a strong training program allowing various officers to become instructors in several disciplines. Download the application AND personal history statement at www.cityoflex.com and mail or deliver to Police Chief Paul Schwarz at P.O. Box 70, Lexington, NE 68850. To learn more visit us on Facebook at Lexington, Nebraska Police Department or call to schedule a ride a long.
Lincoln Airport Police Police Officer Introduction The Airport Police Officer will provide security and police services for airport property (including Industrial Park) and maintain traffic control in front of the terminal. Essential Functions • While on duty at the airport, an officer has the authority to arrest, with or without warrant, for the following violations of the criminal laws of the State of Nebraska and the City of Lincoln o A crime committed in the officer’s presence. o A felony, when the officer has reason to believe that the suspect has committed it. • Provide security for passengers and airline personnel during the boarding of aircraft in accordance with FAR’s 107 and 108. • Inspect air operations areas for FAR Part 139 compliance. • Respond to non-screening incidents within the airport terminal or other airport locations as directed. • Appear in court to present evidence and testify against persons violating rules and regulations of the Lincoln Airport Authority. • Implement applicable procedures as outlined in the Airport Emergency Plan during emergency situations. • Maintain proper logs, reports and forms to record circumstances in detail surrounding non-routine occurrences affecting airport security, safety or environmental conditions. • Patrol all airport property, which includes Industrial Park, fence line and buildings. • Maintain vehicular and pedestrian traffic control in front of the terminal. • Perform runway and taxiway checks in a vehicle. • Monitor alarm and CCTV System. • Periodically perform communication center duties. • Perform all duties assigned in the operation of the airport and Industrial park. • Write routine reports and correspondence. • Maintain regular and timely attendance. • Other duties, tasks, and responsibilities may be assigned at any time. • Ability to provide outstanding public relations and customer service to airline passengers and all personnel working at the airport. Education & Experience • High school diploma or general education degree (GED) and related experience and/or training; equivalent combination of education and experience which provides the desirable knowledge, abilities and skills. • Meet standards of the Nebraska Law Enforcement Training Center. Certificates, Licenses, Registrations • Must be a certified Nebraska law enforcement officer. Physical Requirements The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by the employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. • Lift and/or move up to 70lbs. utilizing safe and proper lifting techniques and equipment. • Safely climb in and out of trucks, and up and down stairs and ladders. • Ability to sit, climb or balance, stoop, kneel, crouch, crawl, stand and walk. • Specific vision abilities required such as close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and ability to adjust focus. • Endure various work environmental factors including climatic temperature extremes such as cold, hot, wet, and/or humid conditions; and moving mechanical parts/equipment. Condition of Employment The employee is required to meet the essential functions, skills, abilities, etc. listed in this document. The employee must be at least 21 years of age. Successful completion of pre-employment reference check, criminal history check (required by the Transportation Security Administration), physical assessment, drug screening and MVR (motor vehicle report), and other requirements as per Lincoln Airport Authority policy. Any associated costs for the screenings will be covered by the Lincoln Airport Authority. The employee must possess when hired, and maintain while employed, a valid State of Nebraska driver’s license and be insurable under normal rates. Also, the employee must be airfield certified within six months of hire. Benefits The Lincoln Airport Authority offers a very comprehensive benefits package. • Health Insurance (80% of all plans paid for by employer for all election levels, for example, employee-only and family coverage) • Dental Insurance (62% of all plans paid for by employer for all election levels, for example, employee-only and family coverage) • Vision Insurance • Retirement Plan - 414 H with 9% matching contribution (employees are required to contribute 6% and are automatically enrolled) • Deferred Compensation Plan • Short-Term Disability Insurance (100% paid for by the employer) • Long-Term Disability Insurance (100% paid for by the employer) • Flexible Spending Account (Medical and Dependent Care) • Sick Leave (Accrue a total of 96 hours per year) • Vacation (Accrue a total of 80 hours during your first year, increases 8 hours each year after) • 10 Paid Holidays • 16 Hours of Personal Leave • Employee Assistance Program • Education Assistance • Wellness Program (Includes earning an additional 3% discount on health and dental insurance and $600 reimbursement on gym memberships or other qualifying wellness items) • All uniforms furnished • All equipment furnished • Uniform Dry Cleaning furnished
LINCOLN PD Police Officer (entry level and lateral) This is a call for those who are ready to help others. For those who are ready to commit to doing what’s right. For those who are ready to take on the most rewarding challenge of their life in a city consistently ranked as one of the best places in the country to live, work, play, and raise a family. The Lincoln Police Department is always accepting applications for both entry-level and certified police officers. We know that diversity makes us better, so we’re committed to building a department that reflects the community we serve, and we encourage people from all walks of life to apply. As a Lincoln Police Officer, you’ll be exposed to a wide variety of experiences and have countless opportunities for professional growth. Unlike most departments our size, we subscribe to a generalist policing philosophy. This means we give our officers the training and responsibility to fully investigate the cases they’re dispatched to rather than handing most of them off to an investigative unit. Policing this way adds an extra challenge to the job, but it also builds well-rounded officers and allows you to hone your skills on patrol so you’re ready to hit the ground running when opportunities for advancement come along. Lincoln Police Officers work in cooperation with the community to prevent crime and proactively address problems before bad things happen. And they enjoy a comprehensive benefits package, excellent pay, and a defined benefit pension in return. Currently certified officers may be eligible for additional incentives. If you’re ready to turn your passion and commitment into action, it’s time to answer the call, accept the challenge, and find your place at the Lincoln Police Department.
Lyons Police Department Police Officer The City of Lyons Nebraska is taking applications for two Police Officer positions. Applicants must be at least 21 years of age, have no felony or serious misdemeanor convictions, have a valid Nebraska driver's license, hold a Nebraska Law Enforcement Training Center certification, and be willing to relocate to the Lyons, Nebraska area. The City of Lyons will provide family health insurance, Health Savings Account, 7% match retirement plan, family Life Insurance, LTD, AD&D, paid time off, paid uniform allowance and paid training. The pay will be competitive and commensurate with experience. The start date for these positions would be January 2, 2024. This is an opportunity for the right individuals to be a part of an elite team for the City of Lyons Police Department. Lyons is a farming community of 815 residents located in Burt County, Nebraska. The City Council and residents support their law enforcement officers. For an application visit our website at www.lyonsne.com or contact the City Office at 402-687-2485. Send resume to City of Lyons, PO BOX 598, 335 Main Street, Lyons NE 68038 or email joshsvendsen@lyonsne.com.
Madison County Sheriff's Office Career Opportunity – Correctional Officer The Madison County Sheriff’s Office is presently taking applications for the position of Corrections Officer for which we currently have open positions. The Madison County Sheriff’s Office provides an excellent opportunity for a career in corrections and law enforcement. Beginning a career in corrections or law enforcement? The Madison County Sheriff’s Office is a great place to start. The Sheriff’s Office provides ample training and certifications necessary to work as a correctional officer in Nebraska. A structured training program is in place to ensure that new employees can excel in a corrections environment. All full-time and part-time employees working 30 hours or more per week are eligible for health insurance benefits upon completion of 60 days employment with the County. In addition to health insurance, Madison County offers a wide variety of insurance options. These options include Dental, Vision, Long-Term Disability, Hospital Indemnity, Critical Illness and Accident Insurance, additional retirement, and Life Insurance. Madison County also offers supplemental insurance plans through Aflac and Colonial. We offer competitive salary with graduated merit increases and regular cost of living increase. Qualifications include 1. Minimum age of 19 years at time of hiring. 2. Physical requirements include weight proportioned to height; vision 20/100 uncorrected, corrected to 20/20; normal depth perception; no color blindness; hearing must be normal in frequencies of normal voice range. 3. High School graduate or have completed an equivalent course of education. 4. Must not have been convicted of a felony or convicted of a misdemeanor involving moral turpitude and must not have demonstrated a disregard of the law to such an extent that usefulness as a Corrections Officer would be impaired. 5. Possession of a valid driver’s license at the time of appointment. Beginning January of 2024, 12 hours shifts will be implemented, with every other weekend off. Salary is $43,041.00 to $61,594.00. Negotiable with experience. Night differential pay. Go to: http://www.madisoncountysheriff.com to fill out an online application or download an application and send applications to: Madison County Sheriff P.O. Box 209 Madison, NE 68748 Or call 402-454-3311 ext. 152 to request an application Applications will remain open until positions are filled. Equal Opportunity Employer e-mail: mcso@madisoncountysheriff.com
MADISON PD Police Officer Madison Police Department is accepting applications for full-time Police Officer Position. $2,000 Sign-on Bonus. Madison has new updated computers with e-citations. Madison Police Department just purchased the new Taser 10 and Axon Body 4 body cameras. Applicants must be a US Citizen, be 21 years of age, have a high school diploma or equivalent, have no felony or serious misdemeanor convictions, be of good moral character, have a valid driver's license, and be in good physical condition. Candidates must be willing to work nights, weekends and holidays. Nebraska certification is preferred, but not required. All applicants must pass a background check prior to an offer of employment. The Madison Police Department is subject to Veterans Preference. Individuals claiming Veterans Preference must include a copy of DD214 with their application. Benefits include uniform allowance, Full Paid health insurance (Family Included), vacation and sick leave. Pay depending on experience and certification. Applications can be obtained from the City of Madison Website and emailed to mpd@madison-ne.com. If you need an application sent to you or want to come and pick one up when you contact 402-454-3333 you can request to have them page me and I can contact you.
MORRILL CO SO BRIDGEPORT Deputy Sheriff The Morrill County Sheriff's Office is currently accepting applications for a full time Deputy Sheriff. Nebraska Certification is preferred, however all applicants will be considered. All applicants must meet the minimum standards of the Nebraska Law Enforcement Training Center (TABE test and physical fitness test). Applicants must be 21 years of age, A U.S. citizen, possess a high school diploma or equivalent and have a valid driver's license. Applicants must be of good moral character, with no felony or serious misdemeanor convictions. Benefits include competitive wages, retirement, health insurance, vacation, sick leave, uniforms and equipment. Applications can be picked up the Morrill County Sheriff's Office located at 113 W 6th St. Bridgeport, NE. Applications will be accepted until the the position is filled. For more information or have an application e-mailed or mailed contact the Sheriff's Office at 308-262-0408. Morrill County is an Equal Opportunity Employer
NELIGH PD Police Officer The City of Neligh, NE (Population 1,536), an Equal Opportunity Employer is accepting applications and resumes for the position of police officer. To receive an application, request one through the email listed below. Neligh is located in Northeast Nebraska, 35 miles west of Norfolk, NE, and is the county seat of Antelope County. The Neligh Police Department is a family-oriented department with a focus on training and officer wellness. All applicants must be able to meet the eligibility requirements of the Nebraska Law Enforcement Training Center to include the following: must be a U.S. Citizen, at least 21 years of age, possess a high school diploma or equivalent. Possess a valid driver’s license with good driving record. Be of good moral character with NO FELONY or serious misdemeanor convictions. Be willing to sign a release of information from all previous employers including military as a background investigation will be conducted. Pre-employment drug/alcohol screen and physical standards test are required. Nebraska Certified Officer is preferred but is not required. Non-Certified candidates must be able to pass admission requirements for the NLETC. Applicants must be willing to relocate to Neligh, NE upon start date. Starting salary is $52,000 for certified officers. All uniforms and duty equipment provided including take home patrol vehicle with in-car laptop, Glock 9mm handgun, AR-15, less lethal shotgun, ballistic vests, Taser X2, In-Car and body worn camera. Benefits include health, life and vision insurance, optional dental insurance, paid vacation, paid holidays, sick leave and retirement. Position will remain open until filled. If you believe you can accept the challenge that law enforcement presents and want to serve and protect the citizens of Neligh by joining the Neligh Police Department and become part of a great community, request an application from the email listed below: llawson426@neligh.org.
Nemaha County Sheriff's Office Part-Time Corrections Officer The Nemaha County Sheriff’s Office is accepting applications for a Part-Time/PRN Corrections Officer. This role includes maintaining the corrections facility and inmates in a safe and secure manner. Corrections officers will also be required to assist with dispatching. Dispatchers are responsible for receiving and dispatching emergency and non-emergency law enforcement, fire and medical calls. This is a multi-tasking position that includes the operation of a computer and communication equipment. Shifts lengths will vary but will generally be 8-12 hours. Shifts could include nights, weekends, and holidays but are currently days/weekends. Previous experience preferred but not required, we will provide the right applicant with all training. The application process will involve submittal of the employment application and an interview prior to moving on to the next steps in the hiring process. Applicants must be 19 years of age or older, in good physical condition, have a high school diploma or GED, possess a valid driver’s license, able to pass a criminal background investigation, and able to work legally in the United States. Hourly rate is $18.71/hr and will increase after successfully completing required training or immediately if applicant already has a corrections certification. Applications are available at the Nemaha County Sheriff’s Department, 1805 N Street, Auburn NE 68305, by calling 402-274-3139 or by email jchess@nemahasheriff.com. This position is subject to Veteran’s Preference as required by Nebraska law. Nemaha County is an EEO employer and invites applicants with disabilities to make known to the interviewer any necessary accommodations in the application process.
ONEILL PD POLICE OFFICER - FULL TIME The City of ONeill is accepting applications for the position of Police Officer. Applicants must be 21 years of age, have a high school diploma or GED, valid Driver’s License, and no felony or serious misdemeanor convictions. Benefits include family health and dental insurance, life insurance, paid vacation/sick leave, retirement plan, furnished uniforms and equipment. Schedule includes every other weekend off. Hourly wage is $26.31 -$31.42, with paid overtime. Nebraska Law Enforcement Certification preferred, but not mandatory. Applications may be obtained at the ONeill Police Department, 317 South 4th Street, ONeill, Nebraska, the City of ONeill Office, located at 401 East Fremont Street, ONeill, Nebraska, download on our website see below, or by calling (402) 336-1313. Please mail completed applications to ONeill Police Department, 401 East Fremont Street, ONeill, Nebraska 68763. Applications will be accepted until position is filled. EOE. Download Application Here - officer_application_03_2023.pdf
ONEILL PD POLICE OFFICER The City of O’Neill is accepting applications for the position of Police Officer. Applicants must be 21 years of age, have a high school diploma or GED, valid Driver’s License, and no felony or serious misdemeanor convictions. Benefits include family health and dental insurance, life insurance, paid vacation/sick leave, retirement plan, furnished uniforms and equipment. Schedule includes every other weekend off. Hourly wage is $25.54 -$34.22, with paid overtime. Nebraska Law Enforcement Certification preferred, but not mandatory. Applications may be obtained at the O’Neill Police Department, 317 South 4th Street, O’Neill, Nebraska, the City of O’Neill Office, located at 401 East Fremont Street, O’Neill, Nebraska, on our website www.oneillpolice.com, or by calling (402) 336-1313. Applications will be accepted until position is filled. EOE.
ORD PD Police Officer Ord, Nebraska, located in the scenic Loup River Valley, is hiring full-time and part-time officers. Come be part of a community that cares for, helps, and looks out for one another. The Ord Police Department enjoys strong community support, the kids STILL think that cops are heroes, and the City Council believes in training and equipping us with the tools we need to be successful. Ord is located in Valley County, where hunting and fishing opportunities abound. If you are into canoeing, kayaking or just relaxing at one of our nearby lakes, then this is the perfect place for you. We are close to both Grand Island and Kearney so you don’t have to give up on fine dining, culture and shopping. Sure, we still have some crime, but OUR local “gang” wear cowboy hats, would help you in a heartbeat, and still believe in God, County, Family and the American Way of Life. We are looking for candidates who believe in, and practice, servant leadership and who want to become part of our great community. If you are that type of person, go to: ordpolice.com to start the hiring process. We offer competitive wages, uniforms and equipment, take home patrol vehicle, low cost access to dental and vision insurance, paid family health insurance plus a generous City contribution to your HAS. If you elect to participate in the City’s retirement plan, you may contribute 7% to 10%, and the city matches 7%. We have 13 paid holidays, 96 hours of sick leave and 96 hours of vacation per year, life insurance (available to you and your family), membership to the local fitness center, free family pool pass, membership to the local gun range and free family school activity pass. This opportunity is eligible for Veteran’s Preference, and Ord is an Eual Opportunity Employer.
PAPILLION PD Police Officer - New and Lateral The Papillion Police Department is now hiring for new AND lateral Police Officer positions. Applications are open now through January 26th, 2024. To apply, go to https://www.papillion.org/218/Human-Resources and click on Applicant Portal. There you will find important dates, information, and a full job description.
PAWNEEE CO SO PAWNEE CITY Deputy Sheriff The Pawnee County Nebraska Sheriff's office is accepting applications for a full time Deputy. Qualified applicants must be a US citizen, be 21 years of age at the time of employment, have a high school diploma or GED equivalent, be of good moral character with no felony or serious misdemeanor convictions that would prohibit carrying a firearm, have a valid driver's license, and be in good physical condition. Applicants must be willing to work an array of shifts which includes nights, weekends and holidays. Nebraska Law Enforcement Certification is preferred but not mandatory. Non-certified applicants must be able to meet the minimum standards for entrance to the Nebraska Law Enforcement Training Center. And must pass a background check and a Psychological Examination prior to being hired. All applicants are subject to Some of the benefits include individual health insurance, family insurance is available at a cost to the individual, county retirement program, paid vacation, sick leave, holiday pay, and a take-home patrol vehicle. Pawnee County is an Equal Opportunity Employer. This position is subject to Veteran's Preferences. Resumes and applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Contact (402) 852-2969 or email nancy.tilton@pawneecountyne.gov to obtain an application.
PERKINS CO SO GRANT Deputy Sheriff & Sergeant The Perkins County Sheriff's Office is currently accepting applications for a Full-Time Deputy Sheriff and a Sergeant. Lateral transfer opportunity. Hiring Incentive $3,750 (non-certified) and $7,500 (certified). Salary $25.70 - $27.50 (non-certified) and $27.50 - $31.85 (certified). On Call & Call Out Pay Program. Applicants must be 21 years of age, have a high school diploma and be of a good moral character, with no felony, serious misdemeanor or major traffic convictions, a valid drivers license and in good physical condition. Nebraska Law Enforcement Certification and post-secondary education preferred, but not mandatory. Written and physical agility testing waived for Nebraska certified applicants who submit a copy of valid certification with application/resume. Uncertified applicants must meet admission requirements for the Nebraska Law Enforcement Training Center. Pay rate is dependent on education, qualifications, training, and experience. Benefits package includes health insurance, county-funded health savings account, life insurance, short/long-term disability insurance, retirement plan, paid leave, holiday pay, uniform allowance, cellular telephone allowance, and fitness center membership. All applicants will undergo an extensive background investigation, psychological examination, drug/alcohol testing, and must be willing to work a variety of shifts to include nights, weekends, and holidays. Interested applicants may contact the Perkins County Sheriff's Office at 200 Lincoln Avenue; PO Box 607, Grant, NE 69140, call (308) 352-7501 or e-mail sheriff@perkinscounty.ne.gov. Cover letter, resume and county application (all required) will be accepted until the position is filled. All positions open at the Perkins County Sheriff's Office are subject to Veterans' preference. Perkins County is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
PERKINS CO SO GRANT 911 Dispatcher Apply to become a 911 Dispatcher with the Perkins County Sheriff's Office. Hiring Incentive of $1,875 (non-certified) and $3,750 (certified). We offer wages commensurate with training and experience currently $19.70 - $21.85 per hour, family health insurance with a large percentage paid by the County, paid time off, retirement and health savings accounts for full-time employees. Good telephone and writing skills are a plus. The position requires shift work to include nights, weekends and holidays, but with adequate scheduled days off. Applicants will be subject to a criminal background check, pre-employment drug/alcohol testing, and must have no felony or serious misdemeanor convictions. Training is included. Applications are available now and will be taken until the position is filled. To receive an application, stop by the office at 200 Lincoln Ave, 3rd floor, Grant NE. or call 308-352-7501 and we will be glad to mail or email an application to you. All positions open at the Perkins County Sheriff’s Office are subject to Nebraska Veterans’ preference. Perkins County is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
PIERCE CO SO PIERCE Dispatcher/Jailer Pierce County is accepting applications for a Dispatcher/Jailer. This is a full time position with a complete county benefit package. This requires 12 hour shifts with every other weekend off. Will be required to work some holidays. Jail is a 14 bed facility. Applicant must have no felony or serious misdemeanor convictions and be able to complete required training courses within the first year of employment. Contact the Pierce County Sheriff’s office at 111 W Court St Pierce, NE 68767, or 402-329-6346, or email pierce.countyso@piercecountyne.gov for an application. Applications will be accepted until position is filled.
Polk County Sheriff's Office Full Time Deputy The Polk County Sheriff's Office in Osceola, Ne is currently accepting applications for full time Sheriff Deputies. All applicants must meet the requirements of the NLETC. All applicants must be at least 21 years of age, must be a U.S. citizen, must possess a high school diploma or possess a certificate that certifies an educational development of at least a high school graduation level (GED), all applicants must have a valid Driver's License with NO serious traffic violations, all applicants must be able to pass a thorough background investigation with NO felony or serious misdemeanors, all applicants must pass a T.A.B.E. test, all applicants must meet all other requirements as specified by the Nebraska Crime Commission and the NLETC. Benefits include competitive wages, employee health insurance, retirement account, sick leave, paid vacation hours, paid holidays, overtime, take home patrol vehicle, uniforms, weapon, and misc. equipment is furnished. Please contact 402-747-2241 or stop in the Polk County Sheriff's Office 251 N Main St Osceola for an application. Polk County Sheriff's Office is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
RALSTON PD Lateral Police Officer Job Opening: One Lateral Police Officer Position The City of Ralston is accepting applications to fill one current open position of a full-time Lateral Police Officer, and a second position that will open this summer. Applicants must be a Nebraska certified law enforcement officer, or out-of-state officers must be eligible for Reciprocity through the Nebraska Law Enforcement Training Center. Qualified applicants must possess a high school diploma from an accredited high school or GED, be 21 years of age and possess a valid driver’s license at time of hire, a U.S. citizen, and have no felony convictions or dishonorable discharge from military service. Applicants must be of good moral character as determined by a thorough background investigation. Applicants will also be required to submit to a polygraph, psychological exam, and physical exam (including vision and drug screen). Preference points will be awarded for veterans (Qualified DD214 required). The Ralston Police Department is a progressive department that is focused on training, community involvement, and providing quality law enforcement services to the community it serves. The City of Ralston offers opportunities for officers to grow professionally and personally by providing significant training and education opportunities. The police department prides itself by keeping current with technical and tactical tools, providing officers the resources they need to do their job to their fullest capabilities. Salary range, beginning October 1,2023, for Nebraska certified officers will be $62,712 to $80,745 based on experience and qualifications. These numbers may increase up to $64,584 to $83,158 depending on contract negotiations this year. Lateral officers may be placed anywhere in the pay range depending on experience and other factors. The City of Ralston offers an excellent comprehensive benefits package including holidays, vacation, sick leave, full family health, dental, vision and life insurance, AD & D Insurance, and defined contribution matching Retirement Plan. Additional benefit includes a $4,000 hiring bonus, paid half at time of hire and the other half upon satisfactory completion of FTO training and probationary period. Applications can be obtained at the Ralston Police Department, 7400 Main Street, Ralston, NE 68127, or go to the City web page at www.cityofralston.com, click on Government tab, then the police tab, and under the Ralston Police Job Opportunities (left tab) you will find the entire application in the attachment, or emailing ralstonpolice@cityofralston.com. Applications must be completed and returned in person to the Ralston Police Department by Friday, March 1, 2024, 1630 hours. These positions will remain open until filled. For questions or information contact Deputy Chief Bryan Hanson, 402-331-1786, or ralstonpolice@cityofralston.com
Randolph Police Department Police Chief Starting salary depending on qualifications at start of employment; along with a full benefits package which includes: Health, Dental, and Vision Insurance (100% Employee Paid, 80% Family Paid), Retirement Match, Paid Vacation, Holiday and Sick Leave, Wellness Program and Mobile Phone Reimbursement, Annual Merit Review. Full job description on www.randolphne.com Interested qualified candidates for the position should forward their cover letter, resume, and references to City of Randolph, P.O. Box 457, Randolph, NE 68771 or email to cityadaministrator@randolphne.com
SCHUYLER PD POLICE OFFICER The City of Schuyler is currently accepting applications for the position of Police Officer. The requirements for applicants are 21 years of age; a U.S. citizen; the ability to work weekends, holidays, and rotating shifts; never been convicted of a felony; being of good moral character; in good physical health; possess a valid driver's license; possess a high school diploma or G.E.D. certificate; and, if applicable, received an honorable separation from military service. Nebraska Law Enforcement Certification is preferred, but not mandatory. Certified officers may be eligible for up to a $3000 bonus and lateral pay based on years of experience. Must be able to meet all requirements of the Nebraska Law Enforcement Training Center. The minimum/maximum salary range in the 10 Step pay plan is $22.05 to $33.39 per hour. Contact City Clerk, Lora Johnson for the job description, application, and benefits. Take home Police Vehicle and $1000 yearly allowance if Officer lives in town. 10-step pay range with home allowance 50,462.00 - 75,225.00.
SEWARD CO SO SEWARD Detention Center Director GENERAL FUNCTIONS This position is responsible for the overall administrative and managerial direction of the Seward County Detention Center. This role is responsible for development and implementation of modern and innovative programs for the delivery of correctional services to meet the needs of Seward County. Work involves responsibility for directing maintenance and repair for the Detention Center and recommending improvements as needed. The Director is also responsible for coordination of Seward County correctional activities with all elements of the criminal justice system and the public. As Director, he/she is expected to exercise considerable independent judgment and personal initiative within the framework of established Seward County Sheriff’s Office and Detention Center policies/guidelines. The Director is responsible for supervision over the Deputy Director, supervisory correctional staff (Sergeants), and all Correctional Officers. Work is performed under the supervision of the Patrol Captain with work reviewed in the form of reports, compliance with Detention Center policies and procedures, State Jail Standards, State Statutes, Federal Laws and Regulations.
STANTON CO SO STANTON Deputy Sheriff The Stanton County Sheriff’s Office is currently accepting applications for the position of Deputy Sheriff. Certified Applicants are preferred. Noncertified applicants will be required to meet the minimum standards required to attend the Nebraska Law Enforcement Training Center and complete basic training at the Nebraska Law Enforcement Training Center. Applicants must be 21 years of age, possess a high moral character, have no felony or serious misdemeanor convictions or any court orders prohibiting you from possessing a firearm. Applicants must have a valid Nebraska driver's license. All applicants will be subject to a background check. Deputies are responsible for patrol, investigations, civil process service and the enforcement of all criminal and traffic laws throughout Stanton County. Deputies will be afforded an opportunity to work in a very pro-active law enforcement agency with the ability to do the job you were trained for. The pay range is approximately $64,000.00 per year or more than $30.00 per hour. A hiring bonus will be available to certified applicants based on experience and qualifications. The Stanton County Sheriff’s Office also offers a comprehensive benefits package, including fully paid medical insurance for employees and family, annual uniform allowance, monthly cell phone allowance and paid leave and sick time. Stanton County employees are also given a monthly contribution to an HSA to use towards medical expenses for those employees who enroll in a Blue Cross Blue Shield policy through the county or a monthly cash allotment if you decline the provided health insurance. The Sheriff’s Office provides all equipment required for duty and a new take home patrol vehicle. All vehicles are equipped with in-car video and computers utilizing electronic citations. In-house training is offered to meet the annual training requirements. Individuals are also afforded the opportunity to attend specialized training if they desire. Deputies currently are working 4 days on 4 days off. Occasional overtime pay is available if needed. Applicants must be willing to work an array of shifts including nights, weekends and holidays. Applications can be found at stantoncountysheriff.com or by contacting the Stanton County Sheriff’s Office at 402-439-2212 Monday through Friday 0830-1630. The Stanton County Sheriff’s Office is an EOE with Veteran Preference. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.
Superior Police Department Full and Part Time Police Officers The Superior Police Department has made a change in leadership and is accepting applications for two full time Police Officers. Applications for part-time officers are also being accepted. The Superior Police Department is building a proactive agency that strives to make the community better through community involvement, vigorously pursuing those who commit crimes, and building positive relationships with the citizens, schools and businesses we serve. The Police Department has the full support of its Mayor and City Council in making these new changes. The Superior Police Department is looking for individuals who are looking to be part of a strong team with a positive attitude wanting to make a difference in the community they serve. Qualified applicants must be a US citizen, be 21 years of age at the time of employment, have a high school diploma or GED equivalent, be of good moral character with no felony or serious misdemeanor convictions that would prohibit carrying a firearm, have a valid driver's license, and be in good physical condition. Applicants must be willing to work an array of shifts which includes nights, weekends and holidays. Nebraska Law Enforcement Certification is preferred but not mandatory. Non-certified applicants must be able to meet the minimum standards for entrance to the Nebraska Law Enforcement Training Center. All potential hires must pass a Background check and a Psychological Examination prior to being hired. Benefits include individual and family health insurance, City pays 90% of the premium, city retirement program, paid vacation, sick leave, holiday pay, and a take-home patrol vehicle, all equipment supplied. The City of Superior is an Equal Opportunity Employer. This position is subject to Veteran's Preferences. Resumes and applications will be accepted until the positions are filled. Contact Stuart Alsup, City Clerk at (402) 879-1397, salsup@cityofsuperior.net or email Chief Wilbur Young at wyoung@cityofsuperior.net to request an application. Completed applications may be mailed to the Superior Police Department at 154 W. 5th Street, Superior, NE 68978
SUTTON PD patrol officer The City of Sutton, NE, an Equal Opportunity Employer, is accepting applications and resumes for the position of a police officer. To receive an application, request one through the email listed below or call 402-773-5545. Sutton has a population of around 1500. This is a patrol officer position with the ability to transition to a K-9 position detailed during interview and hiring process. Sutton PD utilizes the newest in car computer equipment with E-Citation, all uniforms and equipment provided such as body armor, handgun, patrol rifle, shotgun, Taser. In car cameras as well as body cameras. Sutton also runs newer patrol vehicles. Applicant is not required to live in Sutton City limits. All applicants must be able to meet the eligibility requirements of the Nebraska Law Enforcement Training Center including the following: must be a U.S. Citizen, at least 21 years of age, and possess a high school diploma or equivalent. Possess a valid driver's license with a good driving record. Be of good moral character with NO FELONY or SERIOUS MISDEMEANOR convictions. Be willing to sign a release of information from all previous employers including the military as part of the background investigation that will be conducted. Nebraska Certified Officer is preferred but is not required. Non-Certified candidates must be able to pass admission requirements for the NLETC and become Nebraska Certified within 1 year of the hire date. Benefits include employer paid health, and life insurance. Vision and dental offered at cost to employee. paid vacation, paid holidays, sick leave, Health Savings Account (HSA). Sutton offers a very flexible, schedule and hours vary. Starting wage for non-cert up $25-$26 hour, Cert wage up to $29 hour based on experience. Position is open immediately. If you know you can accept the challenge that law enforcement presents and want to serve and protect the great citizens of Sutton by joining the Sutton Police Department and become part of a great community, send your resume to the email listed below:
UNK Police Department CERTIFIED Police Officer X 2 Community Policing at its core. UNKPD offers a different approach to traditional policing. Focused on student success, and safety for all of the UNK community. Are you looking for something different and a little slower paced? UNKPD is that opportunity! The University of Nebraska Kearney Police Department (UNKPD) is an armed professional law enforcement agency, manned by State of Nebraska Certified Police Officers sworn and empowered through the State of Nebraska. UNK Police Officers patrol campus and the surrounding community respond to emergency and non-emergency calls for service, and enforce laws, including Nebraska motor vehicle laws, issue citations or warnings and complete necessary reports. Patrol campus to provide safety and security to all those on the UNK campus. Assist other law enforcement agencies and any other duties as assigned. Job Duties Enforce all state laws, city code and UNK Regulations. Respond to criminal, civil and medical incidents. Complete investigations on each incident arresting suspects when needed and completing the necessary paperwork. Respond to and investigate traffic accidents completing necessary paperwork. Enforcing Nebraska motor vehicle laws, issue citations or warnings and completing necessary reports. Patrol campus to provide safety and security to all those on the UNK campus. Complete building checks which include making sure all doors are secure and individuals in the buildings are authorized to be there. Provide security at events held on the UNK campus. Respond to fire alarms, burglar alarms and send alert notifications per policy. Enforce all UNK parking regulations. Provide safety programs to students, faculty and staff. Lock/Unlock buildings. Admit authorized personnel into buildings when necessary. Maintenance of the Police and Parking Services vehicles. Assist other law enforcement agencies and any other duties as assigned. Overtime opportunities through on campus activities and athletic events. In state and out of state trainings are encouraged and welcome at UNK PD.
VALENTINE PD Police Officer *$7,000 HIRING BONUS (1st half received following FTO)* The City of Valentine is seeking a highly-qualified applicant for the position of full-time Police Officer. Applicants must be U.S. citizens; 21 years of age; never convicted of a felony or serious misdemeanor by any Court, be in good physical condition and possess excellent moral character; possess a valid driver's license and a high school diploma or G.E.D. certificate. Applicants must meet all requirements for entry into the Nebraska Law Enforcement Training Center or have a current Nebraska Law Enforcement Certification. Applicant must be able to work weekends, holidays, and rotating shifts. Please send resume and cover letter to Chief Miller at 365 N Main St. Suite 10, Valentine, NE 69201 or email to valentinepd@ValentineNE.gov. The position will be opened until filled. The City of Valentine is an Equal Opportunity and Veteran Preference Employer.
Valentine Police Department Police Officer The City of Valentine is seeking a highly-qualified applicant for the position of full-time Police Officer. Applicants must be U.S. citizens; 21 years of age; never convicted of a felony or serious misdemeanor by any Court, be in good physical condition and possess excellent moral character; possess a valid driver's license and a high school diploma or G.E.D. certificate. Applicants must meet all requirements for entry into the Nebraska Law Enforcement Training Center or have a current Nebraska Law Enforcement Certification. Applicant must be able to work weekends, holidays, and rotating shifts. Please send resume and cover letter to Chief Miller at 365 N Main St. Suite 10, Valentine, NE 69201 or email to valentinepd@ValentineNE.gov. The position will be opened until filled. The City of Valentine is an Equal Opportunity and Veteran Preference Employer.
Valentine Police Department Police Officer The City of Valentine is seeking a highly-qualified applicant for the position of full-time Police Officer. Applicants must be U.S. citizens; 21 years of age; never convicted of a felony or serious misdemeanor by any Court, be in good physical condition and possess excellent moral character; possess a valid driver's license and a high school diploma or G.E.D. certificate. Applicants must meet all requirements for entry into the Nebraska Law Enforcement Training Center or have a current Nebraska Law Enforcement Certification. Applicant must be able to work weekends, holidays, and rotating shifts. Please send resume and cover letter to Chief Miller at 365 N Main St. Suite 10, Valentine, NE 69201 or email to valentinepd@ValentineNE.gov. The position will be opened until filled. The City of Valentine is an Equal Opportunity and Veteran Preference Employer.
WATERLOO PD Lateral Police Officer The Village of Waterloo is currently seeking certified applicants to fill one full-time police officer position. The position will remain open until filled. Qualified applicants must be a U.S. Citizen, 21 years or older with a high school diploma or equivalent. Must possess a valid Nebraska driver’s license on the date of hire. Successful candidates will be in excellent physical condition and of good moral character with no felony or serious misdemeanor convictions. The department runs 12-hour shifts, allowing officers to have every other weekend off. Starting pay is $26.00 an hour, with an increase to $27.00 an hour upon completion of the probationary period. The Village of Waterloo is located in Douglas County, bordering the City of Omaha and the Elkhorn River to the west, providing access to many great school disticts, housing opportunities and other amenities. Applications can be obtained from Chief Donahue by email at waterloone82@yahoo.com, or can be contacted by phone at (402) 779-4104. The Village of Waterloo is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
WEBSTER CO SO RED CLOUD Dispatcher/Jailer The Webster County Sheriff's Department is now accepting applications for the position of part-time Dispatcher/Jailer. Applicants must be 19 years of age, possess a high school diploma or equivalent, and have no felony or serious misdemeanor convictions. Must be able to work changing shifts, day/night weekends, and holidays. Benefits include health insurance, a retirement plan, vacation, holiday, and sick leave. Applications may be obtained by contacting the Webster County Sheriff's Department or by calling 402-746-2722. The application period will remain open until the position is filled.
WISNER PD PartTime Certified Police Officer The City of Wisner is seeking applications for part time certified officer(s).
WYMORE PD Certified and Non- Certified Police officers The Wymore Police Department is looking to hire two full time police officers. Wymore, NE is a small community in Gage County just 20 minutes south of Beatrice, NE about 10 minutes from the Kansas Stateline. We are only 45 minutes from the Lincoln so you can still get into the city for those big events. Wymore is a great community and perfect anyone wanting to decompress from the fast paced environment of the bigger agencies. And for those that are interested in starting a career in law enforcement, this is a great place to cut your teeth and learn the basics. Residence requirements will be discussed during the interview process as will the possibility of a take home vehicle. Wymore is a great community who loves and supports their first responders. City of Wymore offers a great health benefits and plenty of opportunities for overtime. Starting pay for certified officers will be $26-$30hr DOE. Starting pay for un-certified is $23. If you are interested becoming part of our community or have any questions send an email to chief@cityofwymore.com.
WYMORE POLICE DEPARTMENT Certified and Non- Certified Police officers The Wymore Police Department is looking to hire two full time police officers. Wymore, NE is a small community in Gage County just 20 minutes south of Beatrice, NE about 10 minutes from the Kansas Stateline. We are only 45 minutes from the Lincoln so you can still get into the city for those big events. Wymore is a great community and perfect anyone wanting to decompress from the fast paced environment of the bigger agencies. And for those that are interested in starting a career in law enforcement, this is a great place to cut your teeth and learn the basics. Residence requirements will be discussed during the interview process as will the possibility of a take home vehicle. Wymore is a great community who loves and supports their first responders. City of Wymore offers a great health benefits and plenty of opportunities for overtime. Starting pay for certified officers will be $26-$30hr DOE. Starting pay for un-certified is $23. If you are interested becoming part of our community or have any questions send an email to chief@cityofwymore.com.
York County 9-1-1 Communications Officer This critical role serves as the vital communications link between the public needing help and emergency services. As members of the public safety ecosystem, Public Safety Telecommunicators are typically the first point of contact when a person reaches out for help. This entails a candidate to be able to work independently in a high-stress environment while receiving and evaluating incoming emergency and administrative requests for emergency services, including but not limited to law enforcement, fire, and emergency medical services (EMS); triaging those requests for service; providing guidance and assistance to the public in life-safety situations; and coordinating appropriate responses to high-risk, high-stress operations, with the objective of keeping all participants safe. Applicants must be 19 years of age; possess a high school diploma/GED; and hold a valid Nebraska driver’s license. Applicates must be dependable, self-motivated, and team-oriented, with a desire to provide a service to the community. Must have working knowledge of Windows-based software and various other computerized electronic equipment. Have flexibility to adapt to changes. Have great attention to detail and empathy towards the customers’ needs and concerns. Must be able to adapt and function, without reservation, in high-stress situations. Must pass a background investigation that meets all local, state, and federal requirements as well as to be without felony convictions. Must be able to perform essential job functions (reasonable accommodation may be made on a case-by-case basis). Must have never committed, been involved in, or been convicted of a felony or serious misdemeanor. Must be able to work on a rotating schedule, including nights, weekends, and holidays to ensure 24/7 coverage. Subject to call back and hold over to maintain minimum staffing 24/7. This position is designated as essential and must report to work during times when the Government is closed. Successful applicants will be subject to a background investigation and pre-employment drug screen. The Application and Background Check Authorization form are located at the York County Clerk’s Office or online at http://www.yorkcounty.ne.gov/.
York County 9-1-1 Lead Communications Officer The Lead Communications Officer serves as the front-line supervisor for the York County PSAP under the direction of the Deputy Communications Director; they are also trained Communications Training Officers. Leads are knowledgeable of and adhere to the terms of the York County PSAP Standard Operating Procedure (SOPs) manual, providing input and assistance to management in developing new policy/procedure and keeping it current. While supervising a shift, performs a variety of duties; ensures that Communications Officers and CTOs adhere to all policies, procedures, and best practices; takes immediate corrective action when needed; can direct front line personnel when needed; serves as an example of proper conduct and job performance to co-workers; may be tasked to resolve conflicts and must do so in a respectful manner. Must have a minimum of four years’ experience as a public safety telecommunicator and meet the minimum requirements of the position. Must have a minimum of two years as a Communications Training Officer or communication training experience equivalent and meet the minimum requirements of the position. Must possess strong interpersonal, analytical, problem-solving, and decision-making skills. Must possess the ability to read and speak in a clear and concise manner as well as the ability to educate, counsel, and motivate employees. Must possess the ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with all employees, external agencies and stakeholders, and the public. Must possess excellent knowledge and functional capability regarding the operation of all PSAP equipment, including, but not limited to, radios, call handling equipment, computer systems, and support software under routine and stressful conditions. Must possess the ability to prepare and maintain records and files in accordance with PSAP policies, procedures, and best practices. Must be able to obtain and maintain the following licenses and certifications within the first year of promotion: APCO Communications Center Supervisor Course.
York County Sheriff's Office Deputy Sheriff The York County Sheriff's Department is currently staffed by 26 full time employees including patrol, clerks, and corrections. York County is located between Lincoln and Grand Island on interstate 80. The York County Sheriff's Office prides itself in providing its deputies with state-of-the-art equipment and an employee-friendly work environment. Nebraska certified law enforcement officers are preferred. All applicants will be considered. The application process will involve submittal of the employment application, intensive background investigation, and an interview. Applicants must be 21 years of age, have a high school diploma or GED, valid Driver's license, no felony, or serious misdemeanor convictions, be of good moral character and be in good physical condition. Uncertified applicants must be able to meet the minimum standards for entrance into the NLETC. Benefits include individual health insurance, paid vacation, sick leave, holiday pay, overtime, and comp time, take home patrol vehicle and county retirement program. Dental, vision, and family insurance are available at the cost of the employee. York County provides uniforms, leather gear, firearm, and body armor. Shifts can vary but most are 12-hour shifts with every other weekend off. Starting hourly rate is between $29.00/hr. - $34.00/hr. depending on certification, experience, and successfully completing a probationary period. To inquire contact Alex Hildebrand at 402-362-4927 or email for an application Ahildebrand@yorkcountyne.gov