If you are looking for a new career or you have dreams of being a police officer now is the time.

Here are the details on the Texarkana Arkansas Police officer opening.

The pay for A Texarkana Arkansas Police certified officer is from $44,338-$59,585. There are yearly step increases during your first five years. Officers get 15 days paid vacation and it annually increases with tenure. Officers will receive 20 days of paid sick leave.

Officers will work 11-hour shifts with 4 and 5 day weekends. College education incentive pay is offered after the first year with a maximum of $1536 per year. Officers will receive Certificate pay and the maximum is $1440 per year. Longevity pay up to 25 years of service.

Additional benefits are affordable health insurance, affordable family coverage.
They offer Arkansas LOPFI Retirement with an annual cost of living adjustment.
Take your health and family insurance coverage with you at retirement.
Uniforms, equipment, and firearms are provided
Use of weight room and physical fitness facility at no charge.

There are preference points for prior police, veteran, and language preferences. There is a lateral transfer pay of up to $55,163.20.

The requirements for the job are that applicants be at least 21 years of age, United States citizens with a valid driver's license and pass a written and physical exam. Minority and female applicants are encouraged to apply. To find out more please contact Kittiele Potts at 903-7983125 or email at kpotts@txkusa.org

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