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The City of Casselberry is approximately eight square miles with an estimated population of more than 27,614 residents. Daytime population rises considerably with persons commuting through the City to downtown Orlando or other Central Florida attractions.

The City of Casselberry is a quiet enclave in the heart of Central Florida. The City has the advantage of being a sleepy community with a plethora of shopping, entertainment, arts and culture right in our backyard.  Residents and visitors enjoy our close proximity to major attractions (40 minutes from Disney World and Epcot Center, 25 minutes from Kennedy Space Center, and 2 hours from Busch Gardens).

We are an Equal Employment Opportunity/Veteran's Preference employer.


Current Hiring Status: ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS
Thank you for your interest in the Casselberry Police Department.  

We ARE accepting applications at this time for the position of POLICE OFFICER.  

See our recruitment flyer for more information.

Applicant Information
Contact
Cmdr. William Nas,
Recruitment Team Leader
Cmdr. William Nas


Recruitment Ph :
(407) 262-7616 ext. 1030 or 1061
City Human Resources Fx:
(407) 262-7764

Hours
7:00 am - 5:00 pm
Monday - Thursday
  • Applications may be requested only upon a position being made available
  • A City-approved application form must be completely filled out or your application will not be considered (a resume may supplement but not replace an application form)
  • Open on-line application
  • Applicants must reside within a 25-mile radius of the geographical boundaries of the City of Casselberry or agree to do so within six months after appointment



Minimum Requirements for Applicants

Each applicant must meet the following minimum requirements:

  • Applicants must reside within a 25-mile radius of the geographical boundaries of the City of Casselberry or agree to do so within six months after appointment
  • Be 19 years of age or older
  • Be a citizen of the United States
  • Be a high school graduate or possess a Florida-approved G.E.D. certificate
  • Possess a valid Florida driver’s license and an acceptable driving record
  • Completed training as required per FSS 943
  • Be of good moral character - no felony convictions or misdemeanor convictions/pleas involving moral turpitude or domestic violence, neglect or abuse
  • Be in good physical condition
  • If a Veteran, discharge anything other than dishonorable
  • Have not used any form of tobacco during the past 12 months
  • Must successfully complete the hiring process


Selection Process

All applicants for the position of Police Officer must successfully complete the following:

  • Assessment examination
  • Physical ability test
  • Background investigation
  • Voice-stress analysis
  • Psychological examination
  • Oral Review Board
  • Medical exam and drug screen
  • Interview with the Chief of Police


Salary
Base Pay - $39,210      On 10/01/2017 will increase to - $41,170              


*Plus additional salary incentives up to $130/month and 2% night shift differential, if applicable. Wage supplement (2%) for City residents.

Benefits
Take-Home Vehicle Program - upon completion of the Field Training Program
Health Insurance  - City pays a substantial portion of employee’s health insurance; dependent coverage available at additional cost
Optional dental and vision care for employees and their families
Paid life insurance
Paid physical exams
Retirement - The employee contributes 3% of salary and is vested after ten years
College Tuition Plan - tuition and expenses reimbursed up to $1800 per year
Equipment - All Officers are provided take-home vehicle, uniforms, weapons, vest, and other necessary equipment during their entire career
Annual Leave - accrues at six hours per month, up to 300 cumulative hours.
Sick Leave - accrues at eight hours per month
Other Paid Time - 10 holidays, bereavement, and military leave

Recruitment Flier
See our recruitment flyer for more information.




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