Unlock a Rewarding Professional Path as an Ephrata Police Officer

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EPHRATA, PA —Do you have what it takes to become an Ephrata Police Officer? The Ephrata Police Department announced it is currently looking for motivated candidates who are interested in a rewarding career in law enforcement.

As an officer with the Ephrata Police, you will have the opportunity to serve your community and make a positive impact on the lives of others. The Ephrata Police Department is a well-equipped and accredited police department and offers its officers plenty of benefits, including full pension after 25 years of service, post-retirement health care coverage, and full college tuition reimbursement. If you are interested in applying, click here.

If you’re interested in a new career as an Ephrata Police Officer, submitting an application to join the force could be your first step to success. The department states that it welcomes applications from candidates of all backgrounds, irrespective of prior training or experience – even if you have no related qualifications, don’t worry; they will give you access to academy training and pay a starting salary while training of $59,848.!

Once you complete the academy or start with certification, your starting salary will be set at $68,914; and certified officers with two or more years of full-time related experience will start at an even higher rate of $80,713. So regardless of your background and qualifications, there is great potential if you opt to pursue this exciting career path.

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