The Professional Standards and Training division is in charge of day-to-day training of all department personnel along with all hiring and recruitment processes for the department. This division also maintains our department's policies, manages our accreditation process and implements exams to our officers on a regular basis to ensure overall excellence and proficiency on department procedures.
We are Hiring Civil Service Police Officers! Interested?
Civil Service Exam Date: March 25, 2017
To be hired as a civil service police officer you must apply on the Massachusetts Civil Service website to take the police exam. After the exam you will be notified of your score. As long as you select Duxbury as a community of choice we will automatically receive your score. From there we will contact you when we get to your name on the list of individuals who passed the exam. We do not begin the hiring process until we receive the test scores from Civil Service.
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Duxbury Police Department participates in the Massachusetts Police Accreditation Program (MPAP), therefore, every three (3) years, the Massachusetts Police Accreditation Commission (MPAC) inspects our policies and procedures as well as our operations and facilities. The MPAP consists of 257 mandatory standards and 125 optional standards. In order for the department to achieve accreditation status, we must meet all mandatory standards and at least 55% of optional standards. This program is a self-initiated process by which all departments involved strive to meet and maintain standards that have been established by the profession, for the profession. Achieving Accreditation is a highly prized recognition of law enforcement professional excellence.
|Daniel Brown||Sergeant||(781) 934-5656 ext. 1135|