$80,300 - $117,277 (effective 5/1/2023)
The starting salary for a lateral hire applicant will be dependent upon experience.
Employees are paid biweekly on Fridays, and the Labor Union is Metropolitan Alliance of Police #213.
The City of Warrenville offers a comprehensive benefits package for employees and their dependents including:
Additional benefits include:
The City of Warrenville is accepting applications for the position of Police Officer Lateral Transfer.
Join a dynamic team dedicated to serving the community with professionalism and compassion. Come join us and make a difference!
Applicants for lateral appointment to the position of police officer must meet the following minimum requirements and qualifications:
Currently, the Patrol Division works 12-hour shifts, which consists of two teams working 6:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and two teams working 6:00 p.m. to 6:00 a.m. The Investigations Division has three Detectives and a Detective Sergeant that work 8-hour shifts.
The City of Warrenville, located approximately 30 miles west of the City of Chicago, is recognized as a small, hometown refuge nestled in the center of the dynamic and nationally recognized research and development corridor that runs through DuPage County, Illinois. It's a town where families can enjoy a safe, clean, aesthetic way of life and businesses benefit from a community that is open for business. Warrenville's location at the Winfield Road interchange on I-88 connects to a network of County roads, which provide easy access to both homes and businesses. Warrenville's population of 13,553 allows the City to maintain that small-town feel and still have the advantage of drawing upon a diversified tax base to ease the financial burden off of residential property owners. Warrenville's citizens are filled with a community spirit that breaks forth whenever there's a holiday or special event to celebrate or when the community has a need for volunteers.
The Department consists of 32 full-time police officers and seven civilian employees who fall under either the Administration and Investigations Divisions or Patrol Operations. The Department provides highly specialized services, which include forensic evidence processing, major accident reconstruction, the Bike Unit, Traffic Safety Enforcement Unit (TSEU), and the Problem Oriented Policing Unit (POP). Additionally, department members serve on multi-jurisdictional task forces including DuPage Metropolitan Emergency Response and Investigations Team (MERIT), and DuPage County Accident Reconstruction Taskforce (DuCART).
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