URBANA, Ill. – Prospective applicants looking for a unique and fulfilling law enforcement experience at the University of Illinois Police Department need to submit an exam request by March 4.
University of Illinois Police officers are fully sworn and enjoy a number of unique opportunities, including patrol, investigations, crime prevention, SWAT, bomb squad, K9 units, crime scene investigations, and much more.
“UIPD takes pride in being a leader in community-based, progressive approaches toward law enforcement,” said Executive Director of Public Safety and Chief of Police Craig Stone. “The department supports its officers and encourages them to introduce creative and innovative ways to promote public safety, engage the community and be a leader on campus.”
Those looking to apply should visit http://police.illinois.edu/jobs to learn more or to find out how to submit an exam request. The hiring process will commence after the March 4 deadline to apply.
“It is an exciting opportunity for anyone who is looking to begin a law enforcement career or anyone who has some experience and is looking for another unique opportunity,” Stone said.
Anyone with questions about the position or about the hiring process can submit a question at https://forms.illinois.edu/sec/4082450 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.