The Mariemont Police Department is not currently hiring, however, applications are always accepted. Persons seeking employment should monitor our website for changes in the hiring process. 

WHAT IT TAKES TO BECOME A MARIEMONT POLICE OFFICER

 

Integrity, Honor, Loyalty and Dedication

 

Qualifications

 

AGE MINIMUM – 21 at time of appointment

EDUCATION – High School graduate or equivalent (college degree preferred) and a current Ohio Peace Officer Training Academy (OPOTA) certification

DRIVING – Valid Ohio Driver’s License or the ability to obtain one within 30 days

BACKGROUND INVESTIGATION – Must be able to pass a thorough background    investigation including, but not limited to:

     Fingerprint check

     Interview with neighbors, relatives, previous employers, schools and military

     Driving/criminal record check

     Financial records check

 

Physical Agility Testing

 

Must be able to pass the department’s physical agility test

 

 

Selection Process

 

Written application

Physical agility test consisting of compliance with current Cooper Standards

Panel interview with members of the department’s command staff

Thorough background investigation performed by the department’s investigation      division

Polygraph examination

Interview with the Chief of Police and Village Mayor

Psychological stability evaluation

Medical examination

Conditional offer of employment

 

Applicants failing to satisfactorily complete any phase of the selection process will be notified in writing