Reserve crossing guard positions available
The Attleboro Police Department is seeking candidates for the position of Reserve Crossing Guard. Positions are "as needed" to meet crossing guard requirements when a crossing guard is unavailable due to illness or vacation. The position involves 1.5 hours in the morning and 1.5 hours in the afternoon. Start and end times vary depending on the specific crossing designation.
Applicants must be of reputable character, successfully pass a criminal background check, have reliable transportation and a means of communication. Appropriate equipment is provided to accepted candidates.
Anyone with questions should contact Detective Matthew Cook at 774-203-1803 firstname.lastname@example.org🇧🇷 Applications can be made at the Municipal Personnel Office.
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You must reside in Massachusetts to apply for the following.
Education/Experience Requirement: A high school diploma or equivalent certificate issued by the Massachusetts Department of Education or three years in the United States military with the last discharge or honorable discharge.
The 21-year-old minimum age requirement applies to all public service jurisdictions. The following civil service municipalities (under the provisions of Chapter 32 of the Massachusetts General Laws) may nominate candidates who are 32 years of age or older and who meet certain medical and fitness standards:
Abington, Agawam, Amesbury, Andover, Athol,Attleboro, Auburn, Avon, Barnstable, Bellingham, Belmont, Beverly, Boston, Bourne, Braintree, Bridgewater, Brockton, Brookline, Cambridge, Canton, Carver, Charlton, Chelsea, Chicopee, Clinton, Cohasset, Danvers, Dedham, Duxbury, East Bridgewater, East Longmeadow, Everett, Fairhaven, Fall River, Falmouth, Fitchburg, Framingham, Franklin, Gardner, Gloucester, Greenfield, Halifax, Hannover, Holbrook, Holden, Holyoke, Hull, Kingston, Lancaster, Lawrence, Leicester, Lexington, Lowell, Ludlow, Lynn, Marlborough, Marshfield, Maynard, Medfield, Medford, Medway, Melrose, Middleboro, Millis, Millbury, Milton, Montague, Natick, Needham, Newburyport, New Bedford, North Adams, Northbridge, Norwell, Oxford, Palmer, Peabody, Pembroke, Pittsfield, Plainville, Plymouth, Provincetown, Quincy, Randolph, Reading, Revere, Rockland, Salem, Sandwich, Saugus, Scituate, Sharon, Shrewsbury, Somerville, Springfield, Stoughton, Swampscott, Taunton, Uxbridge, Wakefield, Walpole, Waltham, Wareham, Webster, West Bridgewater, Westwood, Weymouth, Whitman, Winchendon, Winchester, Winthrop, Woburn, Worcester e Wrentham. Nestas comunidades, como exige a lei atual, os candidatos devem cumprir os padrões médicos e de aptidão física dentro dos 30 dias posteriores à designação para os postos de polícia e, uma vez contratados, se realizarão testes regularmente durante sua empleo para assegurar-se de que cumplan con ciertos requisitos médicos y físicos. padrões de condição física. A seguir, traremos mais informações sobre os testes de padrões médicos e físicos. Esta lista de comunidades está sujeita a mudanças. Qualquer pergunta sobre mudanças de estado deve ser dirigida a las comunidades em questão.
Officers hired from the qualified list resulting from this examination are prohibited from smoking tobacco products at the time of appointment and thereafter pursuant to Chapter 41, Section 101A, Massachusetts General Laws.
No person who has been convicted of a crime can be appointed as a Police Officer. An applicant may be disqualified for evidence of a clearly unsuitable nature for law enforcement services. Some counties include a comprehensive background check as part of the selection process.
You may need a valid firearms license before some police departments will hire you.
You may need a valid Massachusetts motor vehicle driver's license before some police departments will hire you.
Some counties may require you to pass a medical exam and psychological evaluation before being appointed.
All applicants designated as full-time police officers as a result of a competitive entrance exam will be required to complete basic academic training as required by the Massachusetts Criminal Justice Training Board.
A police officer works under supervision to perform law enforcement duties, protecting the life, property and civil rights of individuals. Primary duties include patrol; interact with citizens to provide services and provide assistance; and prepare and complete logs, reports and other documents documenting incidents for use in court proceedings. A police officer is dispatched to crime and emergency scenes in response to rapes, accidents, fights and domestic abuse and other reported incidents: Performs crime scene duties; makes the arrest and performs the search and seizure; conducts research; and interview witnesses, suspects, and complainants.
Each jurisdiction sets its own salary for the police officer. Salary inquiries should be directed to the appropriate city or town or the MBTA.
You must take the written test to be listed for appointment as a police officer.
At the test location, candidates must present a valid, valid photo ID with their signature, such as a current motor vehicle driver's license.
Memorization Ability to memorize and retain new information that occurs as part of the work routine.
Visualization Ability to form a mental image of how an object will look after it has been altered in some way.
Spatial Orientation The ability to maintain a clear idea of where you are in relation to the space you are in.
Verbal Expression Ability to use spoken or written language to communicate information and ideas to others.
Verbal comprehension Ability to understand spoken and written language.
Problem Sensitivity Ability to recognize or identify the existence of a problem.
Deductive reasoning Ability to apply general rules or regulations to specific cases or to proceed from stated principles to logical conclusions.
Inductive reasoning Ability to apply general rules or regulations to specific cases or to proceed from stated principles to logical conclusions.
Information Ordering Ability to apply rules to a situation to place information in the best or most appropriate order.
There is a Preparation Guide, which describes the exam in more detail. Applicants will receive a written letter about where and how to obtain one.
private school or service
The Division of Human Resources (formerly the Department of Personnel Management) does not recommend or endorse any particular school or service offering test preparation and is not responsible for its advertising claims.
You will be told on the test site how to claim any of the preferences listed below.
If you claim Veteran Preference and your eligibility for Veteran Preference was not previously approved by this division, you must submit a copy of your DD 214 (Active Duty Release) form to receive proper credit. Your notice to take the exam will indicate whether or not you are already classified as a senior.
If not, you will need to submit your DD 214 Form. Qualifying service must have been in the US Army, Navy, Marine Corps, Coast Guard, or Air Force.
Please note that active duty solely for training in the National Guard or Reserves does NOT qualify you for veteran preference.
If your dates of qualified military service were:
You are required to have:
before 2/1/55, 90 days active duty
02/01/55 to 08/04/64, 180 days of active service
8/5/64 to 6/4/76, 90 days of active duty
If you entered the military after the end of the Vietnam Era on June 4, 1976, you qualify for veteran preference if you have at least 90 days of active duty AND only if you have participated in one or more of the following:
The Lebanese Peacekeeping Force between 8/25/82 and withdrawal from Lebanon.
The Grenada Rescue Mission between 10/25/83 and 12/15/83
Panama Task Force between 12/20/89 and 1/31/90 requires a Campaign Medal for Wartime Service
Active duty during the Persian Gulf Conflict between August 2, 1990 and an ending date yet to be determined (campaign badge not required)
Claims for disabled veteran status require written confirmation from the US Veterans Administration of an ongoing service-related disability assessed at 10% or greater. Candidates who wish to claim Disabled Veteran status will have the opportunity to do so at the test location with further instructions to follow. See Section 43, Section 7 of Chapter 4 and Section 1 of Chapter 31 of Massachusetts General Laws for a complete definition of a qualified veteran.
Preference for children of certain police/firefighters
The son or daughter of a Massachusetts police officer or firefighter who died or died from injuries sustained in the line of duty, or who became permanently disabled as a result of injuries sustained in the line of duty, is entitled to preferential certification. under the provisions of Chapter 402 of the 1985 Acts.
If a county requests “residence preference,” applicants who have resided in that county for the entire twelve-month period immediately preceding the test date are entitled to be placed on that community's eligibility list before non-residents. Candidates who have had a break in residency or have moved from one community to another within the twelve months prior to the test date will not be eligible to claim resident preference in any community. You will be asked to complete a test site residency preference list form.
Due to a federal decree, African American (Black) and Hispanic applicants are given certification preference in many communities, whether or not they are residents of those communities. As of the printing of this notice, the following communities are included in this consent decree:
Boston, Brockton, Brookline, Cambridge, Chelsea, Duxbury, Foxboro, Holbrook, Holyoke, Lancaster, Lawrence, Leominster, Lowell, New Bedford, North Adams, Norton, Pittsfield, Randolph, South Hadley, Springfield, Watertown, Westwood, Williamstown, Winthrop and Worcester. This list of communities is subject to change. The definition of Hispanic, for the purposes of the decree, includes anyone born in a Spanish-speaking country or anyone who grew up in a Spanish-speaking home.
Selective Certification for EMTs
If a position in a county requires an officer to be an EMT, EMT-Intermediate or EMT-Paramedic, the local appointing authority may request that competition for that position be limited to people with those skills. For eligibility on this basis, you may submit a copy of your current certificate (issued by the Massachusetts Department of Public Health, Office of Emergency Medical Services) at any time during the term of the eligible list. On the exam date, you will have the opportunity to register as a Certified Emergency Medical Technician. You will need to provide proof of possession of a current certification as an Emergency Medical Technician at the time of hiring.
Selective certification for bilingual police officers
If a position in a county requires a police officer to be proficient in a second language (such as Spanish, Vietnamese, Laotian, Khmer, Haitian Creole or Chinese), the local appointing authority may request that competition for that position be limited to persons who have such skills. You will have the opportunity at the test site to indicate the foreign languages in which you are fluent. You will need to demonstrate your language fluency at the time of hiring.
How to apply
All persons interested in a position in the department must first apply to the
Massachusetts Division of Human Resources
An Ashburton place
Boston, MA 02108-1515
You can obtain your application and submit it along with the exam processing fee (or fee waiver form) in person or by mail from
Candidates and fee waiver forms may also be available from city and county offices and public service offices throughout the state. If you are submitting your application by mail, please send all correspondence by certified mail with "return receipt requested" if possible.
No candidate is entitled to a make-up exam due to personal or professional conflicts on the exam date and candidates are encouraged to consider this before registering.
Fee and fee waiver
Exam Processing Fee The fee is payable when you register. Fee may be waived.
written test fee
The exam processing fee is $50.00. Use a money order made payable to the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and print your name, address, Social Security number, and test advertisement number on the front of the money order.
There are no refunds unless the exam is canceled by the human resources division.
Cash and personal checks will not be accepted.
For more information:
Visit/call the Human Resources Division (formerly the Personnel Administration Department):
You can visit the Human Resources Division Monday through Friday from 8:45 am to 5:00 pm. m. at 5:00 p.m. EXCEPT HOLIDAYS, or you can call the Division during these hours at the following numbers:
In the Boston area: (617) 727-3777, ext.
TDD number: (617) 727-7583
Outside the Boston area, call toll free 1-800-392-6178
Fax number (617) 727-4917