A Challenging and Rewarding Career
Are you looking for a challenging career?
Duties that are never routine?
Good pay and fringe benefits?
You may be interested in a career with the St. Ann Police Department.
The City of St. Ann began to function as a municipality on April 13, 1948. This is when the St. Louis County Court granted a petition for incorporation to residents of the area. The city actually began to develop six years before it was granted the petition. Charles F Vatterott, the developer and builder of most of the residential and commercial properties in St. Ann, started the community as a housing project for families of workers employed in nearby defense plants. It was one of the few defense housing projects in the country to develop into a permanent town.
The men and women of the St. Ann Police Department stand committed to provide the highest level of protection and service to the community of St. Ann, through a partnership with its citizens and to provide that protection and service in a professional, ethical, honest, and timely manner.
The primary duties of the St. Ann Police officers are to provide police service for our citizens and businesses. Other responsibilities include aiding other law enforcement agencies, investigating crimes, and enforcing traffic and criminal laws.
Benefits offered by the St. Ann Police Department include:
- A competitive salary.
- Medical insurance options.
- Retirement program through Missouri’s Local Government Employees Retirement System (LAGERS) “L-6”, and Employees are also eligible to participate in the Deferred Compensation Plan.
- Police uniforms, equipment and required continuing education classes are provided.
- Paid Vacation starting after the first year.
Qualifications for Applicants for the Position of Police Officer.
1. Any applicant for the position of Police Officer shall be at least:
a. Twenty-one (21) years of age or older;
b. Graduate of an academy or training program certified by the Missouri Peace Officer Standards and Training Commission and having completed the number of hours of training required by such Commission, but in no event less than six hundred (600) hours of training;
c. Certification by the Director of such Commission;
d. The holder of not less than a degree from an accredited high school or five (5) years’ experience as a Police Office or eighteen (18) months military experience with an honorable discharge.
2. Such applicant shall have an acceptable criminal background record check.
3. The Board of Police Commissioners shall review each application for the position of Police Officer and verify that each applicant meets all of the preceding standards.
The Process for Police Officers
- Job Posting – Website and other publications
- Application Request
- Submission of Formal Application and Required Supporting Documents
- Application Review / Verification of Qualifying Credentials including P.O.S.T. Certification and License.
- Oral Interview Board
- Police Commissioners interview
- Background investigation to include review of criminal record and verification of at least three personal references.
- Chief’s Interview
- Conditional Offer of Employment
- Psychological Test – Provided at the Police Department’s Expense.
- Medical Exam, to include Drug Screen – Provided at the Police Department’s Expense.
Dependent upon testing schedules, if applicable, and your response time to the background investigator’s requests for information, the application process may last from two to three months.
Applications for employment may be obtained from the St. Ann Police Department, 10405 St. Charles Rock Road, St. Ann, MO 63074 (Monday – Friday, 9:00am to 4:00pm) or from the link below.
The City of St. Ann is an equal opportunity employer. We believe that no person should be discriminated against in their employment or terms of employment because of race, religion, color, gender, national origin, age, disability, or veteran's status. It is the policy of the City to maintain a work environment free of unlawful discrimination for all employees and to ensure equal employment opportunity in all personnel actions and procedures, including, but not limited to recruitment, hiring, training, transfers, promotions, compensation, benefits, and all other terms and conditions of employment.