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Security

 
Position, CityAgency, County, Details & Contact Information
 

Campus Security Officer
Shoreline

Shoreline Community College Safety and Security Two part time Campus Security Officer positions open. Pay is 19.59 an hour, events pay 21.22. Contact Sgt. Emiliano Gamboa for more information. Click here for more information (ad posted 05-28-19)

Police Officer and Deputy

 
Position, CityAgency, County, Details & Contact Information
 

Patrol Deputy
Kootenai

Kootenai County Sheriff's Office Kootenai County Sheriff's Office is looking for a Patrol Deputy. No degree required; paid certification training, quality on the job training and on-going career training; special teams; strong team atmosphere; and advancement opportunities. Hourly rate of pay: $21.60-$30.27. Click here for more information (ad posted 04-30-19)

Enforcement Deputy Sheriff
Vancouver

Clark County Sheriff's Office clark.wa.gov/sheriff/… If you’re ready for the challenges, rewards and opportunities that come with a law enforcement career at the Clark County Sheriff’s Office, apply at publicsafetytesting.com or call toll-free 1.866.HIRE.911. Click here for more information (ad posted 01-29-19)

Entry Level Police Officer Recruit
Tacoma

Tacoma Police Department Tacoma Police Department is looking for qualified candidates to join their department. Click here for more information (ad posted 05-16-19)

Entry Level Police Officer
Colfax

Colfax Police Department The City of Colfax is looking for an entry level police officer. Salary $3664-$4814 (DOE) Click here for more information (ad posted 05-21-19)

Entry-Level Police Officer
Seattle

Seattle Police Department The Seattle Police Department is hiring entry-level police officers. Starting pay after graduation from the Police Academy is $39.00 per hour (Step 1) - $51.06 per hour (Step 6, 54 months). Test dates, application, minimum standards, job requirements and more information can be found at seattlepolicejobs.com (ad posted 01-07-19)

Lateral Deputy Sheriff
Walla Walla

Walla Walla County Sheriff's Office We always accept lateral applications. If you are interested in working in the Walla Walla area please complete the applications process that is available on our website at co.walla-walla.wa.us Civil Service Commission page Click here for more information (ad posted 01-03-19)

Lateral Police Officer

City of Bainbridge Island Visit our website to learn more and apply. $5000 hiring incentive! bainbridgewa.gov/468/… (ad posted 04-02-19)

Entry Level Police Officer
Enumclaw

Enumclaw Police Department Open until filled Click here for more information (ad posted 04-04-19)

Lateral Police Officer
Enumclaw

Enumclaw Police Department Open until filled Click here for more information (ad posted 04-04-19)

Experienced Police Officer (Lateral)
Tacoma

Tacoma Police Department City of Tacoma is seeking a Lateral Police officer to join their team. The hourly compensation is $32.22- $44.53. Click here for more information (ad posted 04-05-19)

Lateral Police Officer
Palouse

Palouse Police Department Police Officer—Lateral Entry, Palouse WA. SALARY: $3,850.-$4,400 start/month. $46,200 – $52,800 yearly. The Palouse Police Department is hiring one (1) Fulltime Lateral entry Police Officer. Palouse is located in the heart of the Palouse. One hour south of Spokane WA. and 45 minutes north of Lewiston ID. The City of Palouse provides policing services to the City and neighboring Town of Garfield with a combined population of 1700 people. Palouse is also located within 15 miles of two major Colleges, WSU and U of I Minimum Qualifications for hiring consideration: Twelve months of full-time, paid service as a general authority law enforcement officer. The applicant must not have any period of separation from law enforcement that exceeds three (3) years prior to application. (2) years for out of state. Applicant must have successfully completed the Washington State Basic Law Enforcement Academy or be a graduate of a municipal or regional Basic Law Enforcement Training Academy or equivalent, as accepted by the Washington State Criminal Justice Training Commission. Lateral Entry Process: Interested applicants should contact the Palouse Police Department Civil Service Secretary for confirmation of minimum qualifications and to request a lateral entry application packet. Palouse Police Department Civil Service P.O. Box 248 Palouse WA. 99161 Phone (509)-878-1811 Fax (509)878-1320 Police Chief, J. Neumann Office (509) 878-1611 Cell (509) 595-0447 Click here for more information (ad posted 02-27-19)

Police Officer - Lateral Entry Only
Bellingham

Western Washington University As a Campus Police Officer, you will have the responsibility for enforcing campus regulations and local, state, and federal laws. You will be required to obtain certification or complete a basic law enforcement course as approved by the Washington State Criminal Justice Training Commission. You will have arrest powers and will be required to be commissioned law officers under the regulation of the state. Your responsibilities will include: -Patrol -Report Writing -Accurately and completely prepare and distribute written reports of incidents, informational and criminal cases via computer based records management system -Investigation -Investigate crimes; locate and interview witnesses; gather evidence; present evidence and testify in court against persons accused of crimes -Investigate personal injury and medical problem complaints; administer first aid -Enforcement -Community Oriented Policing This position is open to lateral entry candidates only. Full salary range is $5,307 - $6,963/mo based on years of experience; includes an excellent benefits package. For more details and to apply visit bit.ly/… (ad posted 03-29-19)

Police Officer - Lateral
Colfax

Colfax Police Department The City of Colfax is looking for a lateral police officer. Salary $3812-$4814 (DOE) Click here for more information (ad posted 05-30-19)

Police Officer - Lateral
Poulsbo

City of Poulsbo Live and Work is a great community! The Poulsbo Police Department has a current opening - details on how to apply are on our website at cityofpoulsbo.com. This is a great opportunity to join a progressive department. Click here for more information (ad posted 06-04-19)

Lateral Police Officer
Clyde Hill

Clyde Hill Police Department Salary $5474-$6945/month DOQ + flexible spending program + up to 6% bonus for education/career development. Email letter of interest and resume to police@clydehill.org Click here for more information (ad posted 06-04-19)

Lateral Patrol Deputy
Kootenai

Kootenai County Sheriff's Office Kootenai County Sheriff's Office is looking to hire a Lateral Patrol Deputy. Hourly salary is $22.20-$30.27. Click here for more information (ad posted 04-30-19)

Entry Level Officer
Clyde Hill

Clyde Hill Police Department Salary $5474-$6945/month DOQ + flexible spending program + up to 6% bonus for education/career development. Email letter of interest and resume to police@clydehill.org Click here for more information (ad posted 06-13-19)

Lateral Police Officer
Lake Forest Park

Lake Forest Park $10,000 signing bonus. The City of Lake Forest Park, a vibrant community located just north of Seattle, has one immediate opening for a Lateral/Post-Police Academy Graduate Officer. Starting salary $65K (Entry) to $81K (Top Step). Lateral hires may be eligible for up to $10,000 signing bonus and 80 hours of vacation upon hire. Application materials may be obtained online at cityoflfp.com/172/… or by contacting Lee Aalund at laalund@ci.lake-forest-park.wa.us or 206-957-2806. Click here for more information. Click here for more information (ad posted 03-07-19)

Lateral Police Officer
DuPont

DuPont Police Department Now accepting resumes for Lateral Police Officer until position is filled. DuPont Police Department Offers: A competitive annual salary range: $63,000—$68,500; Rotating schedule: 12 hour shifts, 4 on/4 off; Benefits: 10 Paid floating holidays with an additional 96 hours of annual leave per year; take home patrol vehicles and a $1,200 Uniform allowance; A variety of special assignments that offer additional specialty pay year round. Interested Applicants Must: Be a United States Citizen, 21 years of age and have a valid Washington State driver’s license at the time of appointment; Have a minimum of 24 months of full time, paid, police experience in a city, county or state police agency in WA state, and must have no break in employment as a commissioned WA State law enforcement officer longer than 18 months; Applicants who meet all other requirements but have less than 24 months of full time, paid, police experience may qualify for the exceptional consideration with the consent of the Chief of Police and upon review and authorization by the Civil Service Commission. Interested in becoming part of our family? Email a letter of interest and resume to Police@DuPontWA.gov. Click here for more information (ad posted 01-24-19)

Lateral Police Officer
Monroe

Monroe Police Department The Monroe Police Department is looking for qualified lateral police applicants. Officers engage the community through problem solving efforts, crime prevention, community events and building relationships. Specialty duties include Field Training Officer, Drug Recognition Expert, Defensive Tactics, Firearms, Motors, K-9, members of the North Sound Metro SWAT Team. Other positions are detectives, ProAct team, Community Outreach Officer and School Resource Officer. SALARY RANGE - $6,175 - $7,504. Benefits include longevity & educational pay, specialty pay, on site wellness center with on duty workouts, rotating 12 shifts and Spanish speaking incentive pay. Click here for more information (ad posted 03-26-19)

Entry and Lateral Police Officer
Vancouver

Vancouver Police Department The Vancouver Police Department is a professional, progressive and innovative law enforcement agency. The department practices Community Oriented Policing. We partner with the community to preserve life, protect property and enhance livability through equitable law enforcement and effective use of resources. The department is currently authorized for 227 sworn staff and 63.5 civilian staff. Specialty units include SWAT Traffic K-9 Major Crimes Safe Streets Task Force Neighborhood Police Officers Neighborhood Response Teams School Resource Officers Children's Justice Investigators Elder Justice Investigators Property Crime Unit Digital Evidence Cybercrime Unit The Patrol schedule allows generous days off. Officers work 10 ½ hour shifts on a 5/4, 5/4, 5/5 schedule (on/off). Most specialty assignments enjoy a 4-10 schedule with weekends off. Overtime is available but rarely required. The position of Police Officer is covered by an agreement between the City and the Vancouver Police Officers' Guild. Regular employees in this position are required to pay union dues. Entry-Level Police Officer Salary: $5882-$7507* *educational increase of 2.5% for 2 year degree; 5% increase for 4 year degree Lateral Entry Police Officer Incentive of $10,000 and a Salary: $5882-$7507* *educational incentive of 2.5% for 2 year degree, 5% for 4 year degree (ad posted 03-19-19)

Lateral and Post-Police Academy Graduate
Brier

City of Brier Lateral and Post-Police Academy Graduate, Full Time position. Click here for more information (ad posted 05-08-19)

Entry-Level Police Officer
Everett

Everett Police Department The City of Everett is looking for an entry level Police Officer to join the department. Click here for more information (ad posted 06-17-19)  

Lateral Police Officer
Everett

Everett Police Department Everett Police Department is looking to hire lateral officers to join their team. Click here for more information (ad posted 06-17-19)  

Lateral Deputy Sheriff
Montesano

Grays Harbor County Sheriffs Office Must demonstrate professional, ethical standards during routine patrol, traffic enforcement, collision investigation, criminal investigation, report writing, public relations. 4 on/4 off 11-hr shift. Sick leave, vacation, medical, longevity. No felony convictions. No gross misdemeanor/misdemeanor conviction for physical harm, controlled substances. Pass background, poly, psych eval. Click here for more information (ad posted 06-06-19)

Officer
Lakewood

Lakewood Police Department General Benefits: $5,628-$7,481(2019 contract salary) Take Home Vehicle Uniforms and Equipment Social Security Replacement (401A) LEOFF 2 Retirement Plan Medical/Dental/Vision/Life Insurance 209-329 Hours of Combination Leave 10 Days of Holiday Leave Matching 457 Deferred Compensation Plan Click here for more information (ad posted 05-15-19)

Miscellaneous

 
Position, CityAgency, County, Details & Contact Information
 

Enforcement Officer 1
Multiple Locations

Liquor & Cannabis Board The Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board is looking for and Enforcement Officer 1 (In Training). Click here for more information (ad posted 04-30-19)

Emergency Operations Center (EOC) Coordinator
Kootenai

Kootenai County Sheriff's Office kootenai County Sheriff's Office is looking for a Volunteer Coordinator in their Emergency Operations Center. Click here for more information (ad posted 04-30-19)

Corrections

 
Position, CityAgency, County, Details & Contact Information
 

Entry Level Corrections Officer
South Bend

Pacific County Notice is hereby given that the Pacific County Civil Service Commission is examining to fill the eligibility register for Entry Level Corrections Officer with the Pacific County Sheriff’s Office. Applications for examination will be accepted by the Civil Service Examiner until June 27, 2019 at 4:00pm. Click here for more information (ad posted 05-23-19)

Lateral Corrections Officer

Kent Police Department Lateral/Experienced Corrections Officer ***$5000.00 Hiring Bonus*** Job Description Overall Job Objective Job Title: Lateral/Experienced Corrections Officer Closing Date/Time: Continuous Salary: $4,888.00 - $5,926.00 Monthly $58,656.00 - $71,112.00 Annually Job Type: Regular Full-time Location: 220 4th Ave. S., Kent, Washington Positions in this class are responsible for corrections work involving the protection of life and property, enforcement of procedures, prevention of crimes and maintenance of order within the jail setting. Work is performed according to departmental regulations and procedures. Corrections Officers receive, book, supervise, discharge and assure the safety and security of the jail inmates, jail staff, volunteers and contracted employees; and for the cleanliness of the facility, preparation and inventory of food items and supplies and proper recording of activities. Work requires a considerable amount of contact with inmates who may use abusive language or become violent. The Corrections Officer will at all times be conscious of the inmate's civil rights and ensure compliance with those rights. Duty assignments and special instructions are received from supervisors. Work is evaluated by inspection, review of reports and general appraisal of the effectiveness of the employee and adherence to established policies. REPORTS TO: Corrections Sergeant or Acting Shift Sergeant Essential Duties and Responsibilities: Ensure the security and welfare of jail inmates; direct and supervise inmates' daily activities; establish rapport and assess individual inmate baseline behavior. Observe, direct, escort, move and supervise jail inmates during daily activities. Communicate with others regarding activities and incidents in the jail. Tactfully diffuse any verbal or physical abuse which may occur in the course of performing work assignments. Physically protect themselves, inmates and personnel and provide immediate first responder/life saving measures to others. Recognize and determine when and to what extent physical force should be used, up to and including deadly force, as governed by law and policy Maintain direct contact with inmates who may be mentally unstable, under the influence of drugs and/or alcohol, verbally aggressive or physically dangerous. Document, accurately, thoroughly, and clearly, incidents and actions by writing incident reports, maintaining daily logs and preparing other related documents. Take initial custody of prisoners; evaluate for medical and mental stability, search prisoners to remove property, contraband and weapons; complete an initial medical intake evaluation; inventory and secure property and money, enter booking information, photograph, fingerprint, classify security level, and place inmates in the appropriate housing unit. Process court documents, release or transfer inmates in accordance with court orders or established standards of release. Assure that all documents regarding inmates are legal, accurate and properly recorded. Operate control room; control all movement of inmates and personnel in, out and within the facility; monitor security cameras to ensure the safety of staff and inmates and report potentially dangerous situations or suspicious activities to other staff; monitor inmate behavior. Respond to emergency situations and alarms; effectively communicate with inmates and the public via intercom, telephone and the public lobby. Accurately collect and process bonds or cash bail. Direct and monitor all daily housing unit inmate activities, to include, but not limited to, formal counts, medication pass, meal service, inmate supply exchanges, and all inmate activities. Ensure the sanitation of the facility and record maintenance needs. Directs in-custody court video hearings; works with defendants, judges, court clerks, defense attorneys, prosecutors and language interpreters; ensures the safety of inmates and court staff Transports inmates to and from jail and to various appointments; maintain corrections vehicles and complete vehicle inspection logs; distribute paperwork throughout the City Screen incoming mail for contraband, escape plans, gang activity or other criminal behavior. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: KNOWLEDGE OF:•Adult judicial procedures and the criminal justice system; civil and constitutional rights, their content, intent and application. •Department and facility policies and procedures, federal, state and local laws and health and safety regulations relating to jail facilities and activities. •Knowledge of and the ability to apply proper English language usage, grammar, spelling, punctuation and vocabulary. SKILLED IN:•Analyzing routine, dangerous and stressful situations rapidly and accurately. •Diffusing potentially violent/explosive situations. •Maintaining control in stressful, hostile and hazardous conditions. •Coping with situations firmly, courteously, tactfully, and with respect for the rights of others. •Effectively dealing with violations of rules, policies and procedures on an impartial basis. •Communicating effectively, both orally and in writing. •Preparing clear and concise reports. •Use and care of handcuffs, leg irons, waist restraints, Taser, OC and other available tools. •Operation of corrections vehicles in accordance with legal and defensive driving practices. ABILITY TO:•Establish and maintain cooperative and effective working relationships with others using tact, patience and courtesy. •Relate effectively to people of a variety of cultures, languages, handicaps and socio-economic situations. •Apply general policies and procedures to specific situations. •Act without direct supervision and exercise independent discretion, using good judgment, common sense and flexibility. •Assure the safety and security of jail inmates and personnel. •Act without direct supervision and exercise independent discretion, using good judgment, common sense and flexibility. Education, Experience and Other Requirements: Education: High school diploma, general education degree (GED), or equivalent. LICENSES AND OTHER REQUIREMENTS:•Valid Washington State Driver's License, or the ability to obtain within thirty (30) days of employment. •Positions in this class must meet Civil Service Rules and Regulations. •Must be able to pass a comprehensive background investigation, including a psychological, medical and polygraph exam. •Successful completion of all requirements of the Washington State Basic Corrections Academy or equivalent within the guidelines set by WAC. •Washington Crime Information Center (WACIC) Certificate within one year. •CPR/AED Certification is required within one year of employment. •Must be a United States citizen (ad posted 05-01-19)

Lateral and entry level corrections deputy
Clarkston

Asotin County Sheriff's Dept Asotin County Civil Service will be testing to establish eligibility list for lateral corrections deputy and entry level corrections deputy. Salary for lateral $18.08-$20.22 p/hr + benefits (DOE). Salary for entry level $18.08 + benefits. Contact Eleanor Sheldon, Civil Service Chief Examiner for applications. Phone (509) 758-8039. Applications close July 1, 2019 @ 5 pm. Testing July 6, 2019. $15 adm fee (ad posted 06-06-19)

Corrections Officer
King County

King County Department of Adult & Juvenile Detention is accepting applications for the position of corrections officer. Qualified applicants may remain eligible for employment consideration for 11 months after completion of the Public Safety Test exam. King County DAJD correctional facilities operate 24 hour per day, 7 days per week. Corrections officers work assigned shifts, including days, swing, graveyard, holidays, weekends and mandatory overtime when necessary. Please click the link for more information. Click here for more information (ad posted 01-24-19)

Lateral Corrections Officer

Kent Police Department Lateral/Experienced Corrections Officer ***$5000.00 Hiring Bonus*** Job Description Overall Job Objective Job Title: Lateral/Experienced Corrections Officer Closing Date/Time: Continuous Salary: $4,888.00 - $5,926.00 Monthly $58,656.00 - $71,112.00 Annually Job Type: Regular Full-time Location: 220 4th Ave. S., Kent, Washington Positions in this class are responsible for corrections work involving the protection of life and property, enforcement of procedures, prevention of crimes and maintenance of order within the jail setting. Work is performed according to departmental regulations and procedures. Corrections Officers receive, book, supervise, discharge and assure the safety and security of the jail inmates, jail staff, volunteers and contracted employees; and for the cleanliness of the facility, preparation and inventory of food items and supplies and proper recording of activities. Work requires a considerable amount of contact with inmates who may use abusive language or become violent. The Corrections Officer will at all times be conscious of the inmate's civil rights and ensure compliance with those rights. Duty assignments and special instructions are received from supervisors. Work is evaluated by inspection, review of reports and general appraisal of the effectiveness of the employee and adherence to established policies. REPORTS TO: Corrections Sergeant or Acting Shift Sergeant Essential Duties and Responsibilities: Ensure the security and welfare of jail inmates; direct and supervise inmates' daily activities; establish rapport and assess individual inmate baseline behavior. Observe, direct, escort, move and supervise jail inmates during daily activities. Communicate with others regarding activities and incidents in the jail. Tactfully diffuse any verbal or physical abuse which may occur in the course of performing work assignments. Physically protect themselves, inmates and personnel and provide immediate first responder/life saving measures to others. Recognize and determine when and to what extent physical force should be used, up to and including deadly force, as governed by law and policy Maintain direct contact with inmates who may be mentally unstable, under the influence of drugs and/or alcohol, verbally aggressive or physically dangerous. Document, accurately, thoroughly, and clearly, incidents and actions by writing incident reports, maintaining daily logs and preparing other related documents. Take initial custody of prisoners; evaluate for medical and mental stability, search prisoners to remove property, contraband and weapons; complete an initial medical intake evaluation; inventory and secure property and money, enter booking information, photograph, fingerprint, classify security level, and place inmates in the appropriate housing unit. Process court documents, release or transfer inmates in accordance with court orders or established standards of release. Assure that all documents regarding inmates are legal, accurate and properly recorded. Operate control room; control all movement of inmates and personnel in, out and within the facility; monitor security cameras to ensure the safety of staff and inmates and report potentially dangerous situations or suspicious activities to other staff; monitor inmate behavior. Respond to emergency situations and alarms; effectively communicate with inmates and the public via intercom, telephone and the public lobby. Accurately collect and process bonds or cash bail. Direct and monitor all daily housing unit inmate activities, to include, but not limited to, formal counts, medication pass, meal service, inmate supply exchanges, and all inmate activities. Ensure the sanitation of the facility and record maintenance needs. Directs in-custody court video hearings; works with defendants, judges, court clerks, defense attorneys, prosecutors and language interpreters; ensures the safety of inmates and court staff Transports inmates to and from jail and to various appointments; maintain corrections vehicles and complete vehicle inspection logs; distribute paperwork throughout the City Screen incoming mail for contraband, escape plans, gang activity or other criminal behavior. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: KNOWLEDGE OF:•Adult judicial procedures and the criminal justice system; civil and constitutional rights, their content, intent and application. •Department and facility policies and procedures, federal, state and local laws and health and safety regulations relating to jail facilities and activities. •Knowledge of and the ability to apply proper English language usage, grammar, spelling, punctuation and vocabulary. SKILLED IN:•Analyzing routine, dangerous and stressful situations rapidly and accurately. •Diffusing potentially violent/explosive situations. •Maintaining control in stressful, hostile and hazardous conditions. •Coping with situations firmly, courteously, tactfully, and with respect for the rights of others. •Effectively dealing with violations of rules, policies and procedures on an impartial basis. •Communicating effectively, both orally and in writing. •Preparing clear and concise reports. •Use and care of handcuffs, leg irons, waist restraints, Taser, OC and other available tools. •Operation of corrections vehicles in accordance with legal and defensive driving practices. ABILITY TO:•Establish and maintain cooperative and effective working relationships with others using tact, patience and courtesy. •Relate effectively to people of a variety of cultures, languages, handicaps and socio-economic situations. •Apply general policies and procedures to specific situations. •Act without direct supervision and exercise independent discretion, using good judgment, common sense and flexibility. •Assure the safety and security of jail inmates and personnel. •Act without direct supervision and exercise independent discretion, using good judgment, common sense and flexibility. Education, Experience and Other Requirements: Education: High school diploma, general education degree (GED), or equivalent. LICENSES AND OTHER REQUIREMENTS:•Valid Washington State Driver's License, or the ability to obtain within thirty (30) days of employment. •Positions in this class must meet Civil Service Rules and Regulations. •Must be able to pass a comprehensive background investigation, including a psychological, medical and polygraph exam. •Successful completion of all requirements of the Washington State Basic Corrections Academy or equivalent within the guidelines set by WAC. •Washington Crime Information Center (WACIC) Certificate within one year. •CPR/AED Certification is required within one year of employment. •Must be a United States citizen (ad posted 05-01-19)

Administrative

 
Position, CityAgency, County, Details & Contact Information
 

Deputy Chief of Police
Ocean Shores

City of Ocean Shores For a complete job description and required application materials, visit osgov.com or contact dasmith@osgov.com. Click here for more information (ad posted 06-10-19)

Deputy Chief of Police
Lacey

Lacey Police Department The Lacey Police Department is looking for a Deputy Chief to join their team. Click here for more information (ad posted 06-17-19)  

911

 
Position, CityAgency, County, Details & Contact Information
 

Public Safety Telecommunicator (aka 911 Dispatcher)
Bothell

Bothell Police Department Come work with a family-oriented, close-knit staff. This is a continuous job posting. The Bothell Communications Center is the primary answering point for all police, fire and medical calls coming from within the city limits of Bothell and Lake Forest Park. Any calls for a fire or medical emergency are then transferred to NORCOM while the Public Safety Telecommunicator stays on the line to determine if a police or AED response might be needed. In addition, the Center answers all administrative and non-emergency calls that come in on the main police department number, along with Lake Forest Park Police main business lines after hours. The Center maintains minimum staffing of two at all times, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The Center also provides radio communication for officers from the City of Bothell and City of Lake Forest Park Police Departments. Two Public Safety Telecommunicator Supervisors and three Master Public Safety Telecommunicators oversee the daily operations of the Center. Click here for more information. Click here for more information (ad posted 04-25-19)
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