Employment Opportunities

Crossing Guard

Applications are not being accepted at this time.

Class II Special Police Officer

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Police Matron

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Police Officer

Our agency is a civil service agency and we are required to hire police officer candidates from an eligibility list provided by the New Jersey Civil Service Commission.  Please refer to the New Jersey Civil Service Commission for further information.

Assistant Police Records Clerk

The Pompton Lakes Police Department is looking to fill the position of assistant police records clerk. This is a part-time position which typically involves a 25 hour work week. Any interested party may submit a resume and cover letter to rcichon@pomptonlakespolice.org by 2/15/2022. If you have questions about the position, you can contact police headquarters at 973-835-0400.

•Attention to detail, accuracy, and organizational skills are a must
•Role requires excellent customer service skills, thorough knowledge of office practices, general knowledge of police work and procedures, ability to prepare effective correspondence, and working knowledge of office computer use with the ability to learn new software
•Must be able to practice appropriate discretion to preserve confidentiality of highly classified and sensitive information
•Familiarity in Microsoft Word, Excel, and Outlook
•Special Requirements: Must pass personal background check and criminal check 

•Under the general direction of the police records clerk, the assistant records clerk performs a wide variety of administrative and clerical services in support of the police department
•Responsibilities include but are not limited to: Preparing discovery for all cases, working independently on projects assigned by the chief, handling forms, communications, and confidential information, disseminating police reports and records, data entry related to summons and arrest records, issuing purchase orders, collecting and distributing departmental mail, entering crime statistics through NIBRS, expunging criminal records, reviewing police reports, making application for destruction of reports, redaction of police video footage, and assisting with the processing of firearms permits