ASU PD Position Details

Information regarding position qualifications and certifications is found below.

The diverse and dynamically charged campuses of Arizona State University provide the professional law enforcement officer with unique challenges and opportunities. In addition to patrol, specialty assignments may include:

  • Bike Officer.
  • Canine Officer.
  • Crime Prevention.
  • FBI Joint Terrorism Task Force.
  • Investigations. 
  • Motorcycle Patrol.
  • Narcotics Task Force.
  • School Resource Officer.
 Hiring Process for Certified/Lateral Police Officers

This position is for applicants who have AZPOST or equivalent out-of-state peace officer certification.  Applicants without peace officer certification should apply for the Police Recruit position when open.

Human Resources staff will work with out-of-state candidates to complete the hiring process within three visits.

日本一本道a不卡免费Elements of the selection process include the following.

  1. Submit application materials - cover letter and resume online日本一本道a不卡免费. Police Officer, lateral and experienced, positions are posted on an as-needed basis. For assistance, contact ASU’s helpline at 855-278-5081.

  2. 日本一本道a不卡免费Highly qualified applicants will be contacted by email to participate in a physical assessment which takes approximately one hour to complete.

    • If you have not already done so, please review page 3 Section R13-4-105 of the as the disqualifiers are applied to all candidates.
    • The physical assessment requires successful completion of each of the following: 1.5 mile run in 15 minutes 20 seconds; 27 sit-ups in one minute; and 18 pushups in one minute. 
  3. 日本一本道a不卡免费Oral Board Interview

    • Candidates will be contacted by phone to schedule an interview with a panel of three professionals representing the ASU Police Department. Prior to the interview, candidates are encouraged to review the ASU Police Department web site and prepare to be able to answer questions that will be asked in the format of a .
  4. 日本一本道a不卡免费Receive and Accept Conditional Offer of Employment.

  5. 日本一本道a不卡免费Complete and submit a notarized AZPOST Background Packet and Polygraph Questionnaire.

  6. Meet with Background Investigator.

  7. 日本一本道a不卡免费Complete Polygraph exam.

  8. 日本一本道a不卡免费Complete Medical Exam.

  9. 日本一本道a不卡免费Complete Psychological Exam.

  10. Receive and Accept Final Job Offer.

Upon hire, officers will participate in a one or two week new hire orientation prior to beginning field training. Out-of-state Lateral Officers will be provided with study materials to help them prepare for the AZPOST certification waiver exam.

ASU Police Officer Recruits are hired and provided with approximately 8 months of training consisting of completing an Arizona Law Enforcement Training Academy, as well as Field Training provided by the ASU Police Department. After gaining successful patrol experience, Officers can advance to working in a variety of specialty assignments that may include:

  • Bike Officer.
  • Canine Officer.
  • Crime Prevention.
  • FBI Joint Terrorism Task Force. 
  • Investigations.
  • Motorcycle Patrol.
  • Narcotics Task Force.
  • School Resource Officer.
Hiring Process for Police Officer Recruits

Human Resources staff will work with out-of-state candidates to complete the hiring process within three visits.

  1. Submit application materials - cover letter and resume online日本一本道a不卡免费. Police Officer Recruit trainee positions are posted on an as-needed basis. For assistance, contact ASU’s helpline at 855-278-5081.

  2. 日本一本道a不卡免费Highly qualified applicants will be contacted by email to participate in physical and written assessments which take approximately 3 hours to complete.

    • If you have not already done so, please review page 3 Section R13-4-105 of the as the disqualifiers are applied to all candidates.
    • The physical assessment requires successful completion of each of the following: 1.5 mile run in 15 minutes 20 seconds; 27 sit-ups in one minute; and 18 pushups in one minute. Those who pass each of the physical requirements will advance to participate in the written assessment.
    • Candidates will be required to take the National Police Officer Selection Test. This is a timed test divided into four sections; arithmetic, reading, writing, and incident report writing. You will have 1 1/2 hours to complete 75 questions. To pass, candidates must score 70%* or higher on each section. Candidates will be notified of their results the same day or the following day in person or by phone. 
  3. 日本一本道a不卡免费Oral Board Interview

    • Candidates will be contacted by phone to schedule an interview with a panel of three professionals representing the ASU Police Department. Prior to the interview, candidates are encouraged to review the ASU Police Department web site and prepare to be able to answer questions that will be asked in the format of a .
    • Recruit candidates who pass their Oral Board Interview will likely be placed on an eligibility list and will be contacted to complete the remaining steps of the hiring process based on the start date of an available law enforcement training academy.
  4. 日本一本道a不卡免费Receive and Accept Conditional Offer of Employment.

  5. Complete and submit a notarized AZPOST Background Packet and Polygraph Questionnaire.

  6. 日本一本道a不卡免费Meet with Background Investigator.

  7. 日本一本道a不卡免费Complete Polygraph exam.

  8. 日本一本道a不卡免费Complete Medical Exam.

  9. Complete Psychological Exam.

  10. Receive and Accept Final Job Offer.

日本一本道a不卡免费Upon hire, Recruits will participate in a one to two week ASU PD orientation prior to attending a 20 or 21-week long police academy.

日本一本道a不卡免费ASU Police Aides serve as the eyes and ears on each campus for the Department and also provide customer service to our diverse communities and visitors.  This is an excellent entry level position for those seeking law enforcement related work experience since many police aides go on to become Police Officers.  This position also attracts retired police officers who want to continue working in a law enforcement setting in a position that requires fewer responsibilities and provides excellent tuition benefits for their dependents.

日本一本道a不卡免费The starting salary is $30,000.

Hiring Process for Police Aides
  1. To apply for a posted position, submit application materials - cover letter and resume online.  For assistance, contact ASU’s helpline at 855-278-5081.
    Positions are posted on an as-needed basis. To be informed of when Police Aide positions become available, create a Profile and Search Agent online. For assistance with setting up a Search Agent call 855-278-5081.

  2. Highly qualified applicants will be contacted by email to participate in a physical assessment, which takes approximately one hour to complete.

    • 日本一本道a不卡免费If you have not already done so, please review page 3 Section R13-4-105 of the as the disqualifiers are applied to all candidates.

    • The physical assessment requires the successful completion of a 1.5 mile walk or run without stopping within 30 minutes.

  3. Oral Board Interview

    • Candidates will complete an interview with a panel of three professionals representing the ASU Police Department. Prior to the interview, candidates are encouraged to review the ASU Police Department web site日本一本道a不卡免费 and to prepare to be able to answer questions that will be asked in the format of a .

  4. Receive and Accept a Conditional Offer of Employment.

  5. Complete and submit a notarized AZPOST Background Packet and Polygraph Questionnaire.

  6. Meet with Background Investigator.

  7. Complete Polygraph Exam.

  8. Complete Medical Exam.

  9. 日本一本道a不卡免费Complete Psychological Exam.

  10. 日本一本道a不卡免费Receive and Accept Final Offer of Employment.

日本一本道a不卡免费ASU Police Radio Dispatchers receive, dispatch, and document both emergency (911) and non-emergency calls for assistance. The position requires excellent communication, customer service, and typing skills as well as the ability to remain calm under pressure, multi-task, and make good decisions.

The starting salary is $37,300.

Hiring Process for Police Radio Dispatchers
  1. To apply for a posted position, submit application materials - cover letter and resume online. For assistance, contact ASU’s helpline at 855-278-5081.
    Positions are posted on an as-needed basis. To be informed of when Dispatcher positions become available, create a Profile and Search Agent online. For assistance, contact ASU’s helpline at 855-278-5081.

  2. 日本一本道a不卡免费Highly qualified candidates will be invited to complete a 1.5 hour computerized assessment of memory recall, keystrokes, accuracy and multi-tasking.

  3. Pre-Screen and Oral Board Interviews

    • Candidates will participate in a pre-screened telephone interview prior to being invited to an oral board interview.

    • If selected, candidates will then complete an interview with a panel of three professionals representing the ASU Police Department. Prior to the interview, candidates are encouraged to review the ASU Police Department website日本一本道a不卡免费 and to prepare to be able to answer questions that will be asked in the format of a .

  4. Receive and Accept a Conditional Offer of Employment.

  5. Complete and submit a notarized AZPOST Background Packet and Polygraph Questionnaire.

  6. Meet with Background Investigator.

  7. Complete Polygraph Exam.

  8. 日本一本道a不卡免费Complete Medical Exam.

  9. 日本一本道a不卡免费Complete Psychological Exam.

  10. Receive and Accept Final Offer of Employment.

日本一本道a不卡免费A wide variety of career positions are available for those interested in working behind the scenes to support and promote the functions of the ASU Police Department. Specialty positions may be available in the following areas:

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  • Crime Prevention.

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  • 日本一本道a不卡免费Media Relations.

  • Records.