City of Worthington seeks to hire a Police Officer

Police Officer – City of Worthington, Ohio

Looking for a challenging public service career in a vibrant central Ohio community?

The City of Worthington will accept test scores for Police Officer through March 31, 2021.  Interested candidates must complete testing through the National Testing Network to be considered in the City of Worthington’s 2021 Police Officer hiring process.  The City will pull the top 10-15 scores submitted by February 15, for initial review and consideration but will continue to accept and review test scores through March 31, 2021.  All Candidates are asked to complete the NTN Personal History Questionnaire (PHQ). 

The City of Worthington does not require a Physical Abilities Test as part of this hiring process, however, any candidates that will need to go through a law enforcement academy will be subject to the Ohio Peace Officer Training Commission (OPOTC) minimum physical standards.

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The Worthington Division of Police is a community-based, professional police agency with a full-time complement of 33 sworn officers, 6 reserve officers and 4 civilians. 

The agency provides the communities of Worthington and the Village of Riverlea with full service policing.  The strength of the Division has always come from a commitment to forming partnerships with the citizens and the businesses we serve. 

The City of Worthington is an Equal Opportunity Employer.


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