The Tilton Police Department is looking for a Certified Officer with previous Detective experience. Applicants must be of good moral character and be able to meet all hiring and certification requirements established by the NH Police Standards and Training Council.
The hiring process may include an interview, physical fitness test, medical exam, psychological exam, and polygraph exam.
Investigate criminal acts such as homicides, sexual assaults, armed robberies, home invasions, and property crimes such as burglaries.
Collect and use forensic evidence to solve crimes.
Interview informants, suspects, and witnesses to ascertain alibis, clues, time frames, and possible suspects.
Keep detailed records.
Collect enough evidence to support a court case against a criminal.
Process crime scenes.
Follow up on leads.
Prepare investigative reports.
Explain to the jury the significance of evidence as it relates to proof.
Maintain an in-depth knowledge of federal and state statutes and court cases related to work performed and agency rules and regulations.
Obtain search warrants.
Perform surveillance and monitor suspects.
Analyze laboratory findings.
Exchange information and coordinate activities with other departments.
Record physical information about suspects.
Take fingerprints at crime scenes.
Applicants can find the application below or at the Police Department, 45 Sanborn Road, Tilton, NH 03276
Completed applications can be submitted to Chief Gilman by email at email@example.com or in person.
Lateral-Certified Officers - $53,268 - $72,529 Annually (2.5% over base wage for Detective position)
*Full-time employees will receive a benefits package to include: Health/Dental insurance, life insurance, paid time off, 11 paid holidays, and participation in the New Hampshire Retirement System.
The Tilton Police Department is an equal-opportunity employer.