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The Prescott Valley Police is a rapidly growing and ever-evolving agency that believes in community and compassionate policing. Why work for just a paycheck when you can work to make a difference in your community?
Prescott Valley Police officers enjoy a great benefits package and have an excellent work-life balance to enjoy life, both on and off duty. Training and advancement opportunities are available as the force continues to grow.
Sense of Purpose
If you aren’t beginning and ending your day with a sense of purpose and contentment in your job, why not? Working for the Prescott Valley Police Department can bring a sense of purpose where you get to be a part of the community. Bring safety to residents and be part of community programs. Be part of programs like Badges and Bobbers, Bike Rodeos, Coffee with a Cop, National Night Out, and Shop with a Cop thorughout the year and connect with families, kids, and other residents of Prescott Valley.
Enjoy great beneftis and the satisfaction of having a career that provides a sense of purpose to your life. Prescott Valley Police Department is accepting applications for Lateral Police Officers and Police Officer Trainees to fill seats for the July police academy class.
Prescott Valley Police Department is hosting an Open House on Wednesday, March 1, 2023, from 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm at the Police Department at 7601 E. Skoog Blvd, Prescott Valley.
The next testing is on Saturday, March 4, 2023, at 9:00 am. Come see what life is like behind the badge!
To be considered for employment iwth the Town of Prescott Valley, applicants must submit an online application and complete an online AZPOST Personal History Statement.
Go to my.azpost.gov, the website for Arizona Peace Officer Standards and Training, to create an account and complete your Personal History Statement online. You will be issued a form ID number. Write this number down. Click the “share” button and check the box next to Prescott Valley Police Department.
Apply online at www.prescottvalley-az.gov/229/employment for police officer trainees and laterals. Once your application is submitted, a background investigator will contact you to obtain your form ID number, send you documents, and schedule you for testing.
For assistance with your application or if you have questions, call PVPD Recruiting at 928-772-5676.
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