supplements the full-time patrol force and is responsible for the protection of
life and property, prevention of crime, apprehension of criminals, and the
enforcement of laws and ordinances. A significant portion of time involves
public contact where discretion and tact is conscientiously exercised. Duties
are performed in accordance with police procedures, practices, standards,
policy, and regulations.
Patrols to observe,
prevent, or terminate unlawful acts.
Assists in transporting,
booking, and monitoring prisoners.
Responds to traffic or
Secures scene; gives
first aid and calls for medical assistance.
Collects information and
restrictions, controls crowds, and prevents blockage of public accesses.
Operates radar unit;
May conduct tests for
residences, and surrounding areas for criminal subjects.
Responds to mutual aid
Serves warrants or
Assists in processing
May assist in
interrogations; makes court appearances.
Provides crowd control
at City events, including 4th of July.
Graduation from high
school or equivalent.
Completion of State of Illinois
basic recruit academy and meets requirements for Illinois Law Enforcement Training and Standards Board
for certified police officer is a MUST - no exceptions.
police experience as a full-time police officer required - no exceptions.
Knowledge of applicable
federal, state, and local civil and criminal statutes and ordinances.
Candidates may not be
employed as a commissioned police officer at another governmental agency.
Ability to meet physical
Ability to exercise
independent judgment and render objective decisions.
Ability to write
certification and annually pass Firearms Course.
Have valid Class D
Specialized skills and
Spanish speaking skills helpful.
Schedule and Hours:
A variety of shifts,
including weekends and holidays with a minimum of 24 hours per month.
This is a part-time,
permanent position with no benefits.
Interested applicants should submit
a cover letter, resume, and application to:
City of Warrenville
28W701 Stafford Place
Warrenville, IL 60555