VPD to hold open police officer testing April 29

| April 23, 2017

VALDOSTA – On Saturday, April 29, 2017 at 08:30 a.m. the Valdosta Police Department will be hosting the entrance examination for the position of Police Officer at the City Hall Annex.

This the first stage of the hiring process. Doors will open at 8:30 a.m. and will be locked at 9 a.m. with no further entry. Please bring identification and $15.00 cash for the test scoring fee. This test is a mandatory part of the hiring process and cannot be rescheduled.

This is an open test and is available to anyone who is interested in becoming a police officer. It is not required to have previously submitted an application. If you show up for the test but have not completed an application, you will be asked to complete one on the day of the test. If you cannot make the test, and you completed an application, your application will be placed on file for a period of six (6) months and we will invite you to any further testing dates within the 6 month period (if any).

If anyone has questions, please contact Lieutenant Adam Bembry 229-293-3107 abembry@valdostacity.com or Captain Kari Williams 229-293-3099 kwilliams@valdostacity.com.

“The Valdosta Police Department is constantly looking for the best people available to join the department and assist in serving the City of Valdosta,” said Lieutenant Adam Bembry.

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