HIRING PHASES AND APPROXIMATE DURATION OF ALL PHASES
From the time an applicant submits all of the required paperwork and documents to the Training/Recruitment Branch the hiring process usually takes approximately 60 days to complete.
Phase I : The candidate submits all of the required paperwork and documents to the Training/Recruitment Branch of the Sheriff's Office.
Phase II: Criminal history, driving record and background investigation begins.
Phase III: Physical agility testing and firearms ability testing is conducted.
Phase IV : Reading and comprehension test.
Phase V: Candidates are fingerprinted.
Phase VI : Drug testing and medical examination.
Phase VII : Polygraph test.
Phase VIII : Psychological screening.
Phase IX: All applicants results are reviewed for consideration of the candidates who will appear in front of an Oral Review Board.
Phase X: Oral Review Board.
Phase XI: Final recommendations by the Oral Review Board and a complete review of each applicants file for hiring recommendations to the Sheriff.