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  City of Warner Robins, Department of Human Resources – 478.293.1006
 
 
 

The Warner Robins Police Department has established itself as one of the leading law enforcement agencies in the Middle Georgia area. Our department is unique in its strong sense of camaraderie and family oriented work environment. Our selection process is competitive, but rewarding for those who join our ranks.  Applications for all positions must be obtained through the City of Warner Robins Human Resources Department located at 700 Watson Blvd.

 
     
     
  RECRUITMENT  
     
  Police Officer
$32,934.72/year (starting pay)
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

 
 

 

 
     
 

 

 
  Benefits:  
  - Tuition Reimbursement Program
- Vacation & Sick Leave
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Medical insurance is offered to all full time employees and their families at a minimum cost per pay period
- Dental insurance is provided to all full time employees at NO CHARGE. Dependants can be covered for a minimum cost per pay period
- $50,000 Basic Life Insurance for Police
- The City provides $1,000 Basic Life Insurance on dependents of full time employees at NO COST. Additional coverage may be chosen for a minimum cost
- Uniforms & Equipment Provided
- Take Home Car After Probationary Period
- Retirement Plan (Vested After 10 Years of Service)
- 11 Paid Holidays
- 12 Hour Shifts (Patrol)

Minimum age of 20 to apply. Must be 21 years of age upon successful completion of Field Training Program.   Performs in an assigned area to prevent, detect and investigate criminal acts. Apprehends and arrests those charged with committing criminal offenses. Duties are of average difficulty with varying degrees of mental and physical stress. Duties are performed under general supervision.  Position can be stressful and hazardous depending upon the assignment. Must be a High school graduate or the equivalent, have a valid Driver’s License and a good driving history. Must have completed and passed the Basic Skills Test (ACCUPLACER Exam).
 
 
  WRITTEN TEST  
 
Required Minimum Test Scores (As of July 2016)
 
ACCUPLACER   ACT   ASSET   SAT   CPE
Reading: 55   Verbal/English: 18   Reading: 38   Verbal: 430   English: 75
Writing: 60   Reading: 18   Writing: 35   Math: 400   Reading: 75
Math: 34   Math: 16           Math: 75
                 
                 
 
  APPLICANT RESOURCES
Below is a list of additional resources to assist you with the police officer applicant process. This information is posted as a courtesy and is not meant to be all inclusive.
 
     
     HIRING PROCESS  
     
 

   SWORN APPLICANT PACKAGE

 
     
 

AGILITY TEST
Applicants may practice the Agility Test prior to the test date by scheduling an appointment with the Training Division.
All applicants must successfully complete the course in the maximum allotted time of 56 seconds. Failing to negotiate any obstacle or crossing the finish line without all issued equipment will constitute failing.

 

TESTING DATES:

September 16, 2016

October 28, 2016

December 9, 2016

 

   
     
     
     
 

Civilian Employment Opportunities 

The City of Warner Robins only accepts applications for open positions. Open positions may require documents to be presented in order to receive and application. These required documents will be stated in the details of the open position job announcement. To apply for a position, applicants must bring all documents to Human Resources Department, City Hall, 700 Watson Boulevard, Room 209, Warner Robins, GA 31093. Applicants can apply in person Monday through Friday from 8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. 

CLICK HERE to view open civilian positions 
 

 
     
   

Internships

Internships at the Warner Robins Police Department are unpaid, and are only offered to students currently enrolled in a college program where they will receive class credit for the course.

 During the program students will shadow professionals in all areas of law enforcement, including but  not limited to patrol officers, detectives, investigators and training officers.

The program is highly competitive and spaces are limited.

To apply for an internship with our agency please complete the Internship Application and return it to Public Information Officer, Jennifer Parson at jparson@wrga.gov.

Applicants must complete the interview process and background check to be considered.

An essay of your experience and knowledge gained is required at the end of the internship program.