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MPD Accepting Applications for Police Officers

The Milwaukee Police Department along with the Milwaukee Fire and Police Commission are encouraging qualified individuals to apply for Police Officer positions.  Minimum requirements include being 21 years old, having United States citizenship, having a high school diploma or Wisconsin GED and a valid Wisconsin driver’s license.  The examination process will include a written test, a physical ability test, an oral interview, a writing exercise and a background investigation.  Qualified candidates will be notified of the time and location of the written examination, which has tentatively been scheduled to be held before the end of 2014.

The application process must be completed online and the application period is open until Friday, October 17th, 2014.  You can apply online by visiting the Fire and Police Commission’s website or by calling 414-286-3751.  Online applications may not be submitted after the deadline, unless extended.  On that website, you can also learn more about how to apply for Police Aide positions.

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